Agency to host first virtual public meeting for a project on May 28
PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Transportation is seeking input on a project to build a freeway-to-freeway interchange between US 93 and Interstate 40 in west Kingman by hosting the agency’s first project-level virtual public meeting.
Given social distancing requirements due to the current public health situation, the public will be able to call in and submit comments during this virtual meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday, May 28. Those who want to participate can call 833.380.0669 at the time of the event.
ADOT has been conducting an environmental assessment and a preliminary design of the interchange that will create a free flow of traffic between the two highways. The draft environmental assessment is ready to share with the public and can be found online at azdot.gov/WestKingmanTIP.
Public comments will be accepted from Thursday, May 7, through Saturday, June 6. They can be submitted through the website at azdot.gov/WestKingmanTIP, by email at WestKingmanTI@hdrinc.com(link sends e-mail), by phone at 602.474.3919 or by mail to West Kingman TI Study Team, c/o HDR Inc., 20 E. Thomas Road, Ste. 2500, Phoenix, AZ 85012.
The public meeting also will be broadcast live on KAAA-FM, KZZZ-FM and KZZZ-AM in the Kingman and Bullhead City areas.
Construction of the first phase of this interchange is slated for FY 2024.
For more information, please visit azdot.gov/WestKingmanTIP.