F.A.I.R. 12 PROJECT

1964

ORIGINAL

CONSTRUCTION YEAR

CIBECUE, AZ

PROJECT LOCATION

14.7 MILES

PROJECT LENGTH

$29.5 M

TOTAL PROJECT COST

 

 

 

 

The F.A.I.R. 12 Project proposes to widen and reconstruct a 14.7-mile segment of Route 12 on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation. Route 12 serves as the single point of access for the 2,000+ population of White Mountain Apache Tribal members who reside in the community of Cibecue, Arizona. Safely traversing Route 12 is critical to the economically distressed region. F.A.I.R. 12 will serve to compliment ongoing Tribal investments in the reconstruction of Route 12. F.A.I.R. 12 will benefit the 2,000+ Tribal residents who travel Route 12, by providing a safe and reliable connection to healthcare, employment, and a sustainable way of life.

PROJECT SUMMARY

CIBECUE ROAD FLYOVER

PROJECT DOCUMENTS

CONTACT INFORMATION

WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE TRIBE

DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION

TEMPORARY LOCATION

716 E General Crook St. Bldg 105 [Second floor]
Fort Apache, AZ 85926

P: 928-338-5155

PERMANENT
LOCATION

1318-A S. Chief Ave.

P.O. Box 1710  l  Whiteriver, AZ 85941

P: 928-338-5155

BUSINESS
HOURS

Mon - Fri: 9 am - 5 pm

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