I-10 CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENTS: STAGE 0 FEASIBILITY STUDY (FINAL_JULY 2016)
The purpose of the corridor study is to identify system deficiencies contributing to congestion patterns throughout the I-10 corridor from west of the Mississippi River to the I-10/I-12 split and develop solutions. Concepts to address these system deficiencies were developed as part of a comprehensive public initiative designed to capture public input in advance of, during, and after alternative development. The feasibility of these concepts was analyzed and documented as part of a Stage 0 Report prepared in accordance with DOTD guidelines. These concepts were brought forward into the environmental review process (Stage 1) required as part of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA). Concept maps listed under 2016 Stage 0 Feasibility Study documents are still valid references as project concept maps.
With the Stage 1 environmental study underway, survey teams conducting environmental and boundary surveys will be in the project corridor starting in January 2018 through the end of the year.
As project documents become available they will be added to the list below. The most recent uploads will be listed first.
I-10 Round 2 Public Meeting Presentation (embedded below)
I-10 Round 1 Public Meeting Presentation (embedded below)