News Highlights

  • “We Can’t Sit Idle” Transportation Summit Exposes Lack of Funding for Aging Infrastructure
    PHOENIX (December 14, 2018)—Nothing moves without transportation. Without it, we couldn’t buy gas or groceries. We couldn’t run a business. We couldn’t access medical or emergency services. We couldn’t get to work at the beginning of the day, or home to loved ones at the end of it. Transportation is key to economic development—and a good economy is key to the well-being of families and communities. So why do we let funding for our streets and highways decline every year?
  • Commute to Get Easier on Loop 101
    PHOENIX (December 4, 2018)—Loop 101 drivers in the North Valley will soon see their commute get easier, thanks to a recent vote by the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG). Last week, the MAG Regional Council voted to approve a $225.5 million project that includes additional lanes on the Loop 101 (Pima Freeway) between I-17 and Pima Road. The project is slated to take two years.