The Arizona State Transportation Board, which is responsible for establishing a complete system of state highway routes in Arizona, is granted policy powers by the Governor and serves in an advisory capacity to the Director of the Arizona Department of Transportation. The Board awards construction contracts, monitors the status of construction projects and has the exclusive authority to issue revenue bonds for transportation financing.
The public is invited and welcome to participate at board meetings and public hearings. Every meeting includes a Call to the Audience information and discussion period, giving an opportunity for citizens to discuss items of interest with the Board.
Please fill out a Request for Public Input Form and turn it in to the Secretary if you wish to address the Board. Time limits may be imposed. In addition to meetings and hearings, citizens may also comment on Board matters by phone (602.712.7550), or by emailing email@example.com.
The ADOT 2015-2019 Tentative Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program is available for public review and comment. Public hearings will be conducted on March 14 in Phoenix, April 11 in Marana and May 9 in Flagstaff. The State Transportation Board will consider all public comments submitted by May 20, 2014.
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Arizona State Transportation Board
206 S. 17th Ave., MD 100A
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Request for Public Input (fillable form)
FHWA MAP- 21 website
Federal transportation funding source.
State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP); Information on local federal aid projects for cities and localities.
Program adjustments to current projects in the Five Year Plan.
State Board policy
Legislation governing the Board.