Goodyear and environmental group want to shift proposed I-11 path

A sign designated the future path of Interstate 11 in Arizona. /Photo: Arizona Department of Transportation

By Joshua Bowling, Arizona Republic

Two groups want to shift the path of the long-discussed Interstate 11 that would link the Phoenix and Las Vegas metro areas.

The Goodyear City Council earlier this month voted to support the potential highway’s route, with the exception of a one-mile stretch that comes close to 1,500 homes in southern Goodyear.

Audubon Arizona is circulating a petition aimed at shifting the highway to an alternative path with less “impact on wildlife and riparian areas.”

The highway, for now, would run 280 miles through Arizona, from Nogales to Wickenburg and connect with an already-built stretch of I-11 in Nevada.


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