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Linda Ritter

Spokeswoman

Arizona Department of Transportation

HQ Phone:  (602) 712-7767

Direct Phone: (520) ***-****direct phone

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Arizona Department of Transportation

1611 W. Jackson St.

Phoenix, Arizona,85007

United States

Company Description

In recent years, much of ADOT's consultant services have also been assisted by FHWA and subject to DBE requirements. The nature of procurement for professional services has required an adaptive approach to DBE utilization for consultants. Kimley Horn and Ass... more.

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ADOT Communications and Community Partnerships


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Steering Committee Meetings - AZTT San Carlos Apache Tribe Partnership

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Linda Ritter
LRitter@azdot.gov ADOT Partnering Office Partnering Facilitator 1221 S. Second Ave., Tucson, AZ 85641 (O) 520.388.4266, (C) 520.349.6282


I-19 metric signs change on hold pending review | Arizona Capitol Times

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Linda Ritter, a spokeswoman for the Arizona Department of Transportation, said the project would take about 30 private-sector workers a year.
She said ADOT had considered replacement a priority because of safety and hazard issues. ADOT had plans to replace them to comply with new sign requirements to meet minimum reflectivity standards for night driving, when the signs are illuminated only by vehicles' headlights, Ritter said. When federal economic stimulus funds became available, the I-19 signs were among 41 projects that the state Transportation Board approved, she said. Ritter added that some drivers complained when the signs first went up of being confused by use of metric designations. Ritter said the governor asked her staff and ADOT to study the impact and options further, and the department has suggested posting new signs with both kilometers and miles for a few years - something that Green, for one, questions.


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For more information about this project, please visit www.azdot.gov/tucson10widening or contact ADOT Tucson District Senior Community Relations Officer, Linda Ritter, at 520-388-4266, lritter@azdot.gov or ADOT Community Relations Officer, Paki Rico, at 520-388-4233, prico@azdot.gov


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The purpose of the project, said Linda Ritter, ADOT's senior community relations officer, is to increase the traffic capacity and circulation on I-10 between Ina and Ruthrauff roads.


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For more information about this project, please contact ADOT Tucson District Senior Community Relations Officer, Linda Ritter, at 520-388-4266, or ADOT Community Relations Officer, Paki Rico, at 520-388-4233.


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