Rose Law Group pc is deeply involved with regional and local transportation planning issues at all levels; federal, state and local, and regularly assists clients with a variety of matters that impact their properties, including:
- ADOT Corridor Studies
- Traffic Interchange Studies
- Access Management
- Infrastructure Financing
- Small Area Transportation Studies
- Traffic Impact Analysis
Rose Law Group pc has developed solid relationships with officials and staff at the Arizona Department of Transportation and in numerous local jurisdictions.
One of example of Rose Law Group pc’s success is the successful effort to have the Arizona Department of Transportation designate a major transportation corridor through the eastern portion of Pinal County. This transportation corridor is now commonly known as the North-South Freeway, and Rose Law Group pc is now pursuing the same process in far eastern Maricopa County.
Additionally, Cameron Carter and Jordan Rose have tremendous expertise in creating and working with local governments to advance cutting-edge transportation funding solutions that involve private sector participation to accelerate vital transportation projects throughout Arizona.
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Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County who have worked to bring new transportation infrastructure to the county. Rose Law Group Reporter The Arizona Court of Appeals issued a decision validating Proposition 417, Pinal County’s excise tax funding Proposition 416, a regional transportation plan, which was approved by voters. “After working on this
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County working to bring new transportation infrastructure to the county By Jim Headley | PinalCentral The Pinal Regional Transportation Authority believes it was given the authority to collect a variable rate retail excise tax when voters approved Proposition 417 in 2017. The Goldwater Institute and even
Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents a coalition of property and business owners throughout Pinal County working to bring new transportation infrastructure to the county. By Kevin Reagan PHOENIX — A judge has decided to allow Pinal County to keep collecting a transportation tax until an appellate court decides whether it’s legally valid. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Christopher Whitten