PHOENIX – The new Arizona State Transportation Board website was launched today, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
The website provides information on the board including their powers and duties, as well as information on board meetings and meeting agendas for the year.
“This website will be a one-stop shop for all information on the State Transportation Board,” said Floyd Roehrich, ADOT deputy director for policy. “People will be able to find information on board meetings and transportation projects that have been awarded.”
The new State Transportation Board website also features short biographies on the board members and provides ways to contact the board.
For more information, visit aztransportationboard.gov.
About the State Transportation Board
The seven-member State Transportation Board has policy powers and duties, in addition to serving in an advisory capacity to the director of the Arizona Department of Transportation. Members of the board are appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Arizona Senate to six-year terms. The board has broad authority to plan and develop Arizona’s highways, airports and other state transportation facilities. In addition to these general policy duties, the board is responsible for development and oversight of the state’s Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program.