- Associated Press - Thursday, June 9, 2016

PHOENIX (AP) - Four states with portions of Intestate 10 are banding together to work collectively on making travel on the cross-country route safer and more efficient.

Top officials of the Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas departments of transportation recently signed an agreement creating a coalition to improve planning, expand use of technology and share best practices.

The Arizona Department of Transportation says ADOT Director John Halikowski proposed the I-10 agreement, which is modeled on one involving states along Interstate 95 on the East Coast.

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