The SR 347 Study team is working with MAG member agencies on other significant planning studies that are taking place near the study area. These include, but are not limited to, the following:
Interstate 10/ Loop 202 to SR 387/Wild Horse Pass Corridor Study
In the summer of 2019, the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and partner agencies took the first step toward studying ways to increase the capacity of a 26-mile section of Interstate 10 (I-10) south of the Phoenix metropolitan area.
In collaboration with the Maricopa Association of Governments, the Federal Highway Administration, and the Gila River Indian Community, ADOT is preparing an environmental and engineering study to evaluate improvements along this section of I-10. This is important because I-10, a Key Commerce Corridor, supports significant commercial and economic growth for the region, the state, and the nation.
The study process, which will produce an Environmental Assessment (EA) and Design Concept Report (DCR) will:
- Evaluate the range of feasible alternatives, including the no-build alternative.
- Assess the alternatives’ benefits and impacts, and the mitigations steps necessary to offset potential impacts.
This study is focused on a 26-mile segment of Interstate 10 between the Loop 202 interchange south of Phoenix to just south of the State Route 387 interchange near Casa Grande. The I-10 bridges over the Gila River are part of a separate project that is excluded from this study.
For more information please visit the study website at http://i10wildhorsepasscorridor.com/