Transportation Studies

US 180 Corridor Master Plan

Study Overview

US 180 (aka Humphreys St or Fort Valley Rd) is the primary roadway corridor to the Arizona Snowbowl and experiences gridlock (bumper-to-bumper) traffic during winter weekends due to nearby snow play destinations. The purpose of the US 180 Corridor Master Plan is to identify a 20-year vision for the corridor by obtaining public and stakeholder input on alternative improvement strategies.

Project Area Map

The US 180 Corridor Master Plan starts at the Humprheys St and Route 66 interchange and continues on to the Crowley Pit turn-out (milepost 232.25).

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Documents

The US 180 Corridor Master Plan is being conducted concurrently with the ADOT Milton Rd Corridor Master Plan and in collaboration with the Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority’s (NAIPTA) on-going transit plans.

Contact Us

Any questions or comments related to the US 180 Corridor Master Plan can be directed to ADOT project manager.

Dan Gabiou
Project Manager
Arizona Department of Transportation
206 S. 17th Avenue, MD310B
Phoenix, AZ 85007
602.712.7025

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