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I-11 & Intermountain West Corridor

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Nevada & Arizona Department of Transportation
I-11 & Intermountain West Corridor Study

Nevada and Arizona Departments of Transportation are working together to connect Las Vegas to Phoenix as part of a larger highway (Interstate 11) that could potentially connect Canada to Mexico.

This phase of the project will identify a preferred I-11 corridor through the Las Vegas metropolitan area. Some of the proposed corridors impact our Henderson residents. Your feedback is important to the corridor selection and will be used to evaluate potential alignments.

The City encourages you to learn more about this project and share your comments through the public conference call or online meeting. Please visit the project website at I11study.com

For more information contact:
Nevada Department of Transportation
Sondra Rosenberg, Project Manager
775-888-7241 or email SRosenberg@dot.state.nv.us.


I-11 Environmental Impact Public Conference Call
5:30pm-6:30pm, Thursday, August 27

The interactive telephone meeting will be available in both Spanish and English. It’s a platform for those without WiFi or internet access to provide feedback regarding NDOT’s I-11 Tier 1 EIS Project. The interactive telephone meeting complements the project’s currently active virtual Public Meeting that is available at i11nv.com until 5 p.m. on August 31, 2020.

English dial-in: 855-731-4617; Spanish dial-in: 855-859-7291

Your feedback matters. NDOT wants to hear from the state’s diverse community. This telephone meeting offers local and regional community members a chance to interact directly with project team members, ask questions, and submit comments about the project while still safely social distancing. 



I-11 Environmental Impact Virtual Public Meeting


The project will help identify a preferred I-11 corridor through the Las Vegas metropolitan area, extending from the Arizona border at U.S. Highway 93 to near Kyle Canyon Road along U.S. Highway 95 in Clark County. Public feedback will shape the environmental impact statement used to evaluate potential alignments, with the final goal of obtaining a federal record of decision that leads to a single corridor for all future I-11 projects. Please note that I-11 construction will not begin on any part of the selected corridor any sooner than eight years, and it will be dependent upon available funding.

The online meeting, found at i11nv.com, offers key project information while also providing multiple ways for the public to submit valuable input. The online public meeting will be active and live 24/7 for 30 days from July 31 through August 31, 2020.