ADOT to hold public meeting on I-10 Corridor plans Nov. 8 in Quartzsite

Desert Messenger, Quartsize, AZ

I-10 Corridor The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is conducting a long-range planning study for Interstate 10 called the I-10 Multimodal Corridor Profile Study. The study area for this project extends from downtown Phoenix (Central Avenue) to the Arizona/California border. Interstate 10 and Interstate 40 are the only interstate highways that cross the entire state of Arizona. As a continuous coast-to-coast national transportation route, I-10 is a principal freight route that connects the southern California deep-sea ports with major metropolitan areas in Arizona, Texas,  and Florida. The intent of the study is to take a comprehensive look at the planning studies that have been completed for this corridor and create a document that illustrates the projects and possible planning needs in the study area.

The public meeting is scheduled to be held at 6 pm on

November 8, 2012, at the  Quartzsite Town Hall, Quartzsite, AZ.

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