Part Of The Inaugural Comments Of Richard Anderson About Access




A snippet from Mayor Anderson’s Inaugural Comments

A lot of people are waiting for the traffic interchanges along I-40 to go through, but they are not on the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) five-year plan and there is no public or private money to build these. Traffic will continue to increase and there are more school children in this area. It is a 20 minute drive for these children to get to school when it should be four minutes. There is also a hospital in the area with no access. There needs to be better access across I-40 which will bring more shopping opportunities. This will need to be faced in the future.

There are solutions being reviewed right now to handle these access issues.

To get more information about these solution, go to the Arizona State Transportation Board Meeting, that will be addressing the construction of I-11, on May 15, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. at Chino Valley Town Hall 202 N. State Route 89, Chino Valley.

For more information about Richard Anderson in Kingman AZ visit


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