The most beautiful section of the Apache Trail is CLOSED at Fish Creek Hill and we need your help reopening it.
No Apache Trail = More Delays
The Arizona Department of Transportation has released its tentative five-year plan. This plan includes millions of dollars in investments in local highways but not a single dollar for the Apache Trail. Throughout the entire 226-page document, the Apache Trail is mentioned a single time concerning Highway 60.
Arizona Transportation Board member Jenn Daniels suggests that more delays could occur if the Apache Trail isn’t included in the 5-year plan.
Arizona Backcountry Explorers is concerned that this plan does not include any work to the Apache Trail including the portions that are currently opened. Although we understand this plan is to introduce the state’s proposed highway projects, we feel uncertain why the Apache Trail isn’t included.
We feel that ADOT has stalled for far too long and efforts to reopen the road should have begun long ago. Please add your voice to ours and send your comments concerning the Apache Trail to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Please share this article with others so they can submit their comments too.
Please Take Action Now!
You can submit your comments to the Arizona Department of Transportation concerning the 5 Year Plan using the contact methods below.
Attend the public hearing of the State Transportation Board
There are TWO Arizona State Transportation Board Meetings concerning the ADOT 5 Year Plan.
Telephonic Meeting – May 20 at 9 a.m.
Call 570-701-4166 use Access Code 106-635-378#
ADOT Comment Form
Send Your Comments Via Email
You can use the form below to submit comments to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Alternatively, you can submit your comments directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Apache Trail Updates
We have made great success with local political representatives in federal, state, county, city, and towns in the vicinity of the Apache Trail. Read about it below.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has released its tentative five-year plan. Please take action now and send your comments to ADOT.
We had another productive meeting with political representatives concerning the Apache Trail closure. We are now taking this issue to the next level.
We attended our second meeting concerning the Apache Trail with Senator Kelly Townsend and County Supervisor Jeff Serdy at the Pinal County Board of supervisors’ office. It was another productive meet with high hopes for the future of Apache Trail. Senator Kelly Townsend “what do you want?” Republican Senator Kelly Townsend from district 16 attended […]
As many of you may know, we have made an effort to pressure the Arizona Department of Transportation and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey to reopen Apache Trail State Route 88. We are happy to inform you that we are making headway.