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North South Corridor Study to hold public meetings

North South Corridor Study to hold public meetings The Arizona Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration will hold public information meetings to provide information about the recently completed Alternatives Selection Report (ASR), as part of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)/Design Concept Report for the North-South Corridor Study. The […]

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Feds bless State Route 347 overpass project

Feds bless State Route 347 overpass project

Feds bless State Route 347 overpass project By James Bennett | inMaricopa.com The Federal Highway Administration has signed off on a draft environment assessment for the State Route 347 overpass project, Mayor Christian Price said at the Nov. 5 Maricopa City Council meeting. With the approval, the […]

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CART buses mobilize Pinal County residents

CART buses mobilize Pinal County residents

CART buses mobilize Pinal County residents By SHANE DALE, Casa Grande Dispatch It’s an ideal solution for a sparsely populated county with cities miles apart and public transportation options few and far between. Based in Coolidge, Central Arizona Regional Transit is meeting the needs of college students, […]

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Transportation Advisory Committee Will Kick-Off the Planning Season for Pinal County’s Transportation Improvement and Maintenance Program

Transportation Advisory Committee Will Kick-Off the Planning Season for Pinal County’s Transportation Improvement and Maintenance Program

Transportation Advisory Committee Will Kick-Off the Planning Season for Pinal County’s Transportation Improvement and Maintenance Program Written by  Joe Pyritz Transportation Advisory Committee Chairman Kevin Louis is set to call to order the first of three public meetings as the group plans the Pinal County Transportation Improvement and […]

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Coolidge to reduce bus fares

Coolidge to reduce bus fares

Coolidge to reduce bus fares City hopes move attracts more riders By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner COOLIDGE — Changes are coming to the Cotton Express and CART transit systems, and they will likely be looked upon favorably by riders. The Coolidge City Council voted unanimously to […]

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Maricopa overpass added to ADOT project schedule

Maricopa overpass added to ADOT project schedule

Maricopa overpass added to ADOT project schedule Shelley Gillespie | Special for The Republic It’s a gamble. Southeast Valley drivers looking for a shortcut to San Diego or Rocky Point, Mexico, often choose State Route 347 through Maricopa, which can save them about 40 miles. The gamble […]

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Rural Transportation Advocacy Council update – Congress passes highway trust fund fix through May

Rural Transportation Advocacy Council update – Congress passes highway trust fund fix through May

Rural Transportation Advocacy Council update – Congress passes highway trust fund fix through May Just three hours before the U.S. Dep’t of Transportation was scheduled to implement rationing and reimbursement delays for federal transportation funding, Congress passed a bill last night that will provide an additional $10.8 […]

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Ideas for proposed Kortsen Road interchange exit take shape; construction years away

Ideas for proposed Kortsen Road interchange exit take shape; construction years away

Ideas for proposed Kortsen Road interchange exit take shape; construction years away By Melissa St. Aude | Casa Grande Dispatch A new Interstate 10 interchange at Kortsen Road is years away, but on Wednesday the city of Casa Grande unveiled scenarios of what the future exit might […]

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Widening of Hunt Highway continues

Widening of Hunt Highway continues

Widening of Hunt Highway continues By Daniel Dullum | Florence Reminder According to data from Pinal County Public Works, Hunt Highway, between Queen Creek and Florence, had an average daily trip count of 19,027 in 2013, up from 12,023 in 2007. The existing 12-mile stretch of road […]

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Apache Trail and Other Roads in Apache Junction Deteriorating

Apache Trail and Other Roads in Apache Junction Deteriorating

NEWS RELEASE For More Information Contact: Constance Halonen-Wilson Public Information & Marketing Communications Specialist (480) 474-5080 chalonen@ajcity.net Apache Trail and Other Roads in Apache Junction Deteriorating Declining road conditions not only adversely impact residents and businesses; they also adversely impact revenue generation for the city. Apache Trail […]

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