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Interstate 11 Corridor Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement, Nogales to Wickenburg
Interstate 11 Corridor Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement, Nogales to Wickenburg

I-11 Corridor Study Area Map

Interactive Map – Zoom in on a satellite view of the corridor alternatives.

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Study Area

The Interstate 11 corridor study area stretches 280 miles from Nogales to Wickenburg, Arizona. The study area varies in width from approximately 10 to 25 miles. The map below shows the Recommended Corridor Alternative.

Interactive Map

The Interactive Map shows the Recommended Corridor Alternative as well as the other Build Corridor Alternatives analyzed in the Draft Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement. Select the icons on the left side of the map to use the zoom function, change the base map, view the legend, and to show or hide map layers. You can also use the search tool on the right to find an address or location.

Corridor Alignment

For reference, a corridor is a 2,000-foot-wide swath of land. An ultimate freeway alignment is approximately 400 feet or less and its specific location would be determined during Tier 2 environmental studies. Tier 2 studies have not been funded or programmed yet.

Map illustrates the corridor study area that stretches 280 miles from Nogales to Wickenburg, Arizona. The study area varies in width from approximately 10 wide to 25 miles wile. The map shows the following areas of interest: corridor/study area, cities and towns, county limits, freeway, state/US highways, major streets, railroad tracks, airport, rivers, and lakes. Also shown are the following areas: Bureau of Land Management lands, Reclamation lands, National Forest lands, National Wildlife Refuge, Park and Recreation area, National Park land, National Monument, Tribal Lands, Private Land, State Land, and military area.

 

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