Transportation Studies

State Route 30

Study Update: April 29, 2015

The study team continues to evaluate the four potential alignments and no-build option for SR 30. The study team initially had thought a recommended alignment would be suggested by April 2015, but before a recommended alignment can be suggested, the study team has some additional criteria to evaluate. Once the study team suggests a recommended alignment, information will be posted to this project website, and a public hearing will be scheduled. If you would like to be notified via email when the recommended alignment is suggested or hearing is scheduled, please subscribe to the SR 30 email notification. The hearing will be your opportunity to provide feedback on the recommended alignment.

The Arizona Department of Transportation is continuing to study, State Route 30 (previously known as State Route 801), a potential new transportation corridor that would provide some relief to Interstate 10. The study area is shown in the map and generally extends from Perryville Road on the west to 59th Avenue on the east, and Lower Buckeye Road on the north to the Gila and Salt Rivers on the south. The project spans about 14 miles and passes through the cities of Goodyear, Avondale, and Phoenix and portions of unincorporated Maricopa County.

Potential Alignments

The study team has developed four potential alignments for SR 30. At this time, a recommended alternative has not been chosen.


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