Arizona DOT Asking the Public for Transportation Priorities

Arizona Department of Transportation is calling for the public to help set transportation priorities for the next 25 years. ADOT wants five minutes of participants' time before Nov. 11. It’s an opportunity to make known opinions for which transportation projects need to be priorities over the next five years. ADOT updates the quarter-century plan every five years.

To capture public sentiment at the start of the process, ADOT has opened an interactive survey that takes a few minutes to complete. The agency is seeking public ranking of six priorities: preservation, expansion, safety, technology, accessibility, and maintenance and operations. The ranking is crucial in an era of aging infrastructure and declining revenue for transportation work.

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