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West Valley Commercial Real Estate Group Meetup

Please Join us in welcoming ADOT Guest Speakers:

Lars Jacoby, Community Relations Project Manager

Megan Griego, Sr. Community Relations Officer

The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. But when that line impacts thousands of people, homes and businesses in nearly a dozen different communities, the Arizona Department of Transportation must find ways to bend it – while continuing to deliver safe, sustainable transportation systems to meet the needs of motorists today and in the future. “Getting from Point A to Point B in the West Valley” will focus on ADOT’s past, current and future efforts to improve transportation throughout the West Valley region while minimizing impacts on local communities during and after construction. Find out how, since 2009, ADOT has designed, built, widened and improved more than 150 miles of highways in the West Valley including I-10, US 60 (Grand Avenue) the Loop 101 “design/build” and the long-awaited Loop 303 Improvement Project. Plus, learn about current and future West Valley transportation projects aimed at making travel between Point A and Point B faster, safer and more efficient.

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