Wait for I-11 to Vegas continues

By Jason Stone | Mesa Independent

It’s now hard to believe that Interstate 10 did not completely connect Phoenix to Los Angeles until the late 1980s.

Perhaps one day, decades from now, people will have the same disbelief that there wasn’t a direct freeway between Phoenix and Las Vegas for the longest time.

Tourism officials say more than three million people drive between the two cities each year. That’s not to mention the amount of commercial traffic between the two cities, which now must rely on U.S. 93 for most of the trip between Arizona and Nevada’s largest cities.

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