Looking for detailed information about the project? You have come to the right place. Check out project materials, past presentations and more!
- I-17 Roll Plots- Anthem Way to Sunset Point (Subject to Change)
- I-17 Roll Plots- Crossovers (Subject to Change)
- Project Area Map
- Project Fact Sheet (Español)
- How ADOT Selects Developers for P3 Projects
Meetings and Presentations
Previous Studies and Project Documents
- Request for Proposals (RFP) – I-17 Anthem to SR 69 Technical Provisions
- Request for Proposals (RFP) – I-17 Anthem Way to SR 69 Technical Provisions – Attachments
- I-17 Anthem Way to SR 69 Proposal Evaluation Rankings
- Design-Build-Operate-Maintain Agreement
- Final Design Concept Report (DCR)
- Noise Analysis Technical Memorandum
You might hear the acronyms and abbreviations noted below as we share project information with news media and the public. If you have questions or would like clarification about other terminology, please let us know!
AA – aesthetic area
AADT – annual average daily traffic
AASHTO – American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
ABC - accelerated bridge construction
AC – asphaltic concrete
AC – alternating current
ADA – Americans with Disabilities Act
ADEQ – Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
ADOT – Arizona Department of Transportation
AFNM – Agua Fria National Monument
AGFD – Arizona Game and Fish Department
AR – asphalt rubber
AR-ACFC – asphalt rubber – asphaltic concrete friction course
ASLD – Arizona State Land Department
AT&T – American Telephone and Telegraph Company
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