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Potential Loop 101/I-10 changes up for discussion at Phoenix meeting

Posted 2/15/23

State transportation officials will lead a public meeting next week about possible options for interchanges in the West Valley.

The session will be 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, at Sheely Farms …

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HOV CONNECTIONS

Potential Loop 101/I-10 changes up for discussion at Phoenix meeting

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State transportation officials will lead a public meeting next week about possible options for interchanges in the West Valley.

The session will be 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, at Sheely Farms Elementary School, 9450 W. Encanto Blvd., Phoenix.

ADOT and its project partners will provide information about alternatives under consideration for new High Occupancy Vehicle ramp connections at the Loop 101/I-10 interchange.

The public is invited to attend the open house meeting to learn more, ask questions and comment about project recommendations.

ADOT’s study team has been examining options for HOV ramp connections to and from the north along Loop 101 and to and from the east along I-10, state officials said in a release.

Construction of the new HOV ramp structure could begin as soon as 2025, they said.

The public meeting also will provide information about a potential connection that would provide access from southbound Loop 101 to 91st Avenue.

Public comments will be received through March 9, according to ADOT.

“The ongoing study’s purpose is to evaluate alternatives for changes at the Loop 101/I-10 interchange with a goal of improving safety, reducing traffic congestion and improving regional connectivity,” officials said in the release.

For more: azdot.gov/I10_Loop101_TI

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