Transportation Studies

Sonoran Corridor Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement

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  1. Please share your thoughts about the 10 corridors currently being evaluated.
    • Do you have a preferred corridor among those being evaluated?
    • Are there potential corridor routes not included that are within the study area that you believe should be considered?

Please refer to the interactive map under Sonoran Corridor Alternative.

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  1. What do you think of the evaluation categories being used to assess the potential corridors?
    • Is there something we are not considering that is important to you?
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