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Maricopa Association of Goverments paves way for Loop 101 project

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A view of a stretch of Loop 101 that spans within Scottsdale city limits. / Submitted photo / Scottsdale Independent


Scottsdale Independent

The Maricopa Association of Goverments Regional Council recently voted to approve a $225.5 million project that includes additional lanes on the Loop 101 (Pima Freeway) between Interstate 17 and Pima Road.

The project, which is slated to take two years, will address bottlenecks along the Loop 101 at I-17, Cave Creek Road, State Route 51, and Tatum Boulevard, according to a press release.

Portions of the corridor carry more than 215,000 vehicles per day, and volumes are expected to increase. The project also provides important east-west connectivity.


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