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San Tan Valley Welcomes ADOT's Meeting on North-South Corridor Project

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A critical moment in shaping our county's transportation future is coming up, and you're warmly invited to be a part of it. The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has some plans in the pipeline, and they want to hear from you!

The Rundown

ADOT's spotlight is currently on the north-south segment 1, which spans 20 miles, stretching from U.S. Highway 60 Superstition Freeway in Apache Junction to Arizona Farms Road. This is a part of the broader 50-mile north-south corridor. Notably, the section in question will be crossing landmarks like Queen Creek (north of Germann), and the Central Arizona Project canal and Magma Arizona Railroad, in San Tan Valley. 

Let Your Voice Be Heard

This meeting isn't just an informational session; it's a platform for all community members to provide their valuable insights. ADOT intends to use the community's feedback to shape feasible alternatives for the project.

In-Person Meeting Details:
  • Date & Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12
  • Location: Poston Butte High School, 32375 N. Gantzel Road, San Tan Valley

For those who might not make it in person, ADOT's got you covered! Virtual meetings have been arranged, so you can attend from the comfort of your home.

Virtual Meeting Details:
  • Date & Time: 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20
    • English Access: Online athttp://bit.ly/NST2_EN or by phone: +1-408-418-9388 (Meeting number: 2489 285 8535; Password: NST2).
    • Spanish Access: By phone at +1-408-418-9388 (Meeting number: 2496 489 8651; Password: NST2).

Project Objectives

  1. Narrow down the corridor segment from a 1,500-foot corridor to a proposed 400-foot freeway alignment.
  2. Pinpoint ideal locations for interchanges and develop their design concepts.
  3. Conduct a Tier 2 environmental study.
  4. Determine the most preferred alternative for the corridor.

Additionally, it's worth noting that another study is in motion for the north-south corridor section between Arizona Farms Road and I-10.

Feedback Channels

If you can't attend but have some insights or queries, don't fret! ADOT has set up multiple avenues to ensure your voice is heard. You can:
  • Take a survey: northsouth-segment1.com
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Call: 602-474-3990
  • Mail: ADOT NSCS Segment 1 Study c/o HDR, Inc.; 20 E. Thomas Rd., Suite 2500; Phoenix, AZ 85012.

Join the conversation and help shape our community's transport future!


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