Jun 28th 2017 | Posted in Transportation by Ron Kim

 Arizona– The Arizona State Transportation Board approved the five-year, $260 million per year construction program proposed by the Arizona Department of Transportation that aims to increase the capacity of the major commerce corridors by investing in new and pre-existing infrastructure around the state.

Major projects detailed in the construction program include widening various interstates, state roads and farm to market roads, improving safety along various roads and putting money towards newly designed projects. Along with this transportation program, projects associated with Maricopa County’s five-year transportation program also continue to move forward after the recent update to the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan.

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