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Kirkpatrick secures $15 million TIGER grant for Maricopa interchange

Kirkpatrick secures $15 million TIGER grant for Maricopa interchange

Kirkpatrick secures $15 million TIGER grant for Maricopa interchange NEWS RELEASE WASHINGTON — In a major win for Arizona’s Congressional District One, U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., has secured a competitive $15 million TIGER VII transportation grant for the city of Maricopa. Since 2013, the Project, most […]

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Residents of Red Rock want improvements to I-10 interchange

Residents of Red Rock want improvements to I-10 interchange

Residents of Red Rock want improvements to I-10 interchange by David Yankus | Casa Grande Dispatch Residents here are concerned that access to Interstate 10 is becoming more unsafe because of conditions at and around the interchange, especially the on-ramps. Residents met recently with Pinal County Supervisor […]

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Pinal County developers and leaders discuss importance of transportation, look towards future growth

Pinal County developers and leaders discuss importance of transportation, look towards future growth

Pinal County developers and leaders discuss importance of transportation, look towards future growth by Melissa Johnson | Rose Law Group Reporter In the first half of 2005, Pinal County’s share of single-family home permits jumped to 30.5 percent, up from 19 percent in 2004, concluded a study […]

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State planners favor Phoenix-Tucson rail route that includes Eloy and Coolidge

State planners favor Phoenix-Tucson rail route that includes Eloy and Coolidge

State planners favor Phoenix-Tucson rail route that includes Eloy and Coolidge Casa Grande Dispatch State transportation planners who studied multiple options for proposed passenger train service between Phoenix and Tucson are recommending one that would go near Eloy and follow largely existing freight railroad tracks. The proposed […]

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Moving Amtrak station in Maricopa a cog in overpass plans

Moving Amtrak station in Maricopa a cog in overpass plans

Moving Amtrak station in Maricopa a cog in overpass plans By Raquel Hendrickson | inMaricopa.com When an Amtrak train pulls into the Maricopa station, it does not stop just once. The platform is only long enough to allow access to one baggage car and one passenger car. […]

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Highway frontage annexed into Coolidge

Highway frontage annexed into Coolidge

Highway frontage annexed into Coolidge By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner After the massive annexations approved in the beginning of 2015 extended Coolidge’s city limits much further south, there remained some gaps to fill, and one of the larger ones has now been taken care of. The […]

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Crews keep busy maintaining Casa Grande’s 300 miles of streets

Crews keep busy maintaining Casa Grande’s 300 miles of streets

Crews keep busy maintaining Casa Grande’s 300 miles of streets By Bill Coates | Casa Grande Dispatch Potholes are where the road meets the rubber. And where people of all political stripes agree — it’s government’s job to fill them. In Casa Grande, the job falls to […]

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Edison Road extension plan in Maricopa shrinks; delays impacting potential business park tenants

Edison Road extension plan in Maricopa shrinks; delays impacting potential business park tenants

Edison Road extension plan in Maricopa shrinks; delays impacting potential business park tenants By Adam Wolfe |inMaricopa The project to extend Edison Road from Firehouse 575 to State Route 238 is still moving forward, but at half the size. “We designed what we wanted, and the scope […]

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Maricopa pushing through Phase I of transportation plan

Maricopa pushing through Phase I of transportation plan

Maricopa pushing through Phase I of transportation plan By Adam Wolfe | inMaricopa.com Maricopa pushing through Phase I of transportation plan Maricopa is studying the likely areas of traffic growth in and around the community. As the city of Maricopa officials develop their plans for the next […]

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I-11 project could put Pinal in center of ‘megapolitan’

I-11 project could put Pinal in center of ‘megapolitan’

I-11 project could put Pinal in center of ‘megapolitan’ By Kevin Reagan | Casa Grande Dispatch The term “megapolitan” sounds like the name for an ancient creature profiled on the Discovery Channel. Ironically, it’s the word that may define the future of Arizona, especially in light of […]

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