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Transportation Project Request Form
Your input on future transportation projects is welcome. The Transportation Improvement and Maintenance Program provides the public an opportunity to make a request to improve county roadways. The program is Pinal County's five-year transportation plan that identifies funding and establishes a tentative schedule for planning, construction, and major maintenance projects. Transportation project requests are accepted year-round and considered for inclusion typically in the fifth year of the transportation program.
Funding for the program is provided by revenues from Pinal County's Transportation Excise Tax, the half-cent road tax, approved by voters in 2005. The road tax funds construction, maintenance, and roadside development projects throughout the county. Shopping and buying your gasoline locally ensure that quality transportation projects are planned and implemented. 

*First Name
*Last Name

Road Type
*Is the requested project road currently dirt or paved?
Project Category
Requested projects are placed in four main categories: Paving, Dust Control, Pavement Preservation and Safety Improvement. Select the appropriate category below.

Select "Paving" if:
- There is traffic congestion
- Would like existing dirt road to be paved
Select "Dust Control" if:
- Traffic generates excessive amounts of dust
Select "Pavement Preservation" if:
- Existing pavement shows signs of
  deterioration such as potholes, cracks, etc.
Select "Safety Improvement: if:
- Requesting traffic signal
- There is a need for pedestrian facilities such
   as sidewalks, walkways, curb ramps, etc.
*Please select one:
Requested Project Location
Road Name
Main road for requested project
Start Point
Road Name

Name of the starting crossroad
End Point
Road Name

Name of the ending crossroad
If location is an intersection:
Road Names
Give a detailed description of your request:
Please note: Once you have submitted your request, it will go through a process to determine eligibility for the Transportation Improvement and Maintenance Program. Your request is not granted automatically. If eligible, the proposed project is further evaluated and then added to the fifth year of the transportation plan.

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