Transportation Studies

US 60X Main Street Study

Study Overview:

US 60X, also known as Main Street/Apache Trail, is a local roadway in the highway system. ADOT and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have initiated a study to assess current and future corridor conditions on Main Street/Apache Trail in order to develop a long-term improvement plan that enhances safety and mobility for all modes of transportation. The study will result in development of a Corridor Master Plan that creates a vision for the corridor, identifies short-term investment priorities and guides long-term improvements to address safety, mobility, access and drainage needs. This study will also define the scope and funding requirements for future design and construction of improvements.

Study Corridor Map


Study Schedule



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