The I-11 corridor study area stretches 280 miles from Nogales to Wickenburg, Arizona. The study area varies in width from approximately 10 wide to 25 miles wile. The map shows the following areas of interest: corridor/study area, cities and towns, county limits, freeway, state/US highways, major streets, railroad tracks, airport, rivers, and lakes. Also shown are the following areas: Bureau of Land Management lands, Reclamation lands, National Forest lands, National Wildlife Refuge, Park and Recreation area, National Park land, National Monument, Tribal Lands, Private Land, State Land, and military area.
New Roads and Freeways Before It's Too Late campaign to give us all the latest details on the efforts underway to improve transportation in the county.
In November you will have an opportunity to cast your vote via mail regarding Propositions 416 and 417 which would build $640 million new roads and freeways in every community throughout the county to keep our vehicles, public safety, and our economy moving in the right direction. This is a comprehensive transportation plan with projects that will get traffic moving north to south and east to west. It also includes funding for Dial-a-Ride services for seniors and the disabled. The result will be faster commutes for residents, faster response times for police and fire, and new infrastructure that will bring more job creating companies to Pinal County.