A Class I Overview of the South Mountain Freeway Corridor Study Area, Maricopa County, Arizona

Author(s): Damon Burden

Year: 2002


The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is preparing a new Environmental Impact Statement and Location/Design Concept Report for the South Mountain Freeway Corridor, south and west of the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. As part of that report, this Class I overview provides a detailed inventory of previously recorded archaeological sites and previous archaeological investigations located in the current study area. This document is to be used primarily as a management tool in the consideration of alignment alternatives within the project area or area of potential effect (APE). As such, it provides information on the nature, distribution, and National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) eligibility for recorded archaeological sites, identifies areas in need of archaeological survey, and presents management recommendations for the study area.

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A Class I Overview of the South Mountain Freeway Corridor Study Area, Maricopa County, Arizona, 09. Damon Burden. 2002 ( tDAR id: 426068) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8426068

This Resource is Part of the Following Collections

Spatial Coverage

min long: -112.04; min lat: 33.367 ; max long: -111.936; max lat: 33.43 ;

Record Identifiers

ADOT TRACS No.(s): No. 202L MA 054 H5764 01L

FHWA Federal Aid Project No.(s): NH-202-D( )

Version(s): 1.0

CRMP Technical Report No.(s): 2002-09

SRP Library Call No.(s): TE175.B87 2002

SRP Library Barcode No.(s): 00091110


General Note: This is a partial disclosure version of the document. In support of the Technical Studies to the Environmental Impact Statement

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