The Arizona Department of Transportation incorporated their REMI TranSight model into their analysis of the environmental and economic impacts that correspond with improvements made to Interstate 11 in Arizona. They also accounted for the potential support that new highway interchanges and other transportation improvements might provide to various businesses. The draft report considered two alternatives: No Build and Build Corridor. Two types of impacts that were assessed include the short-term impacts resulting from construction-related expenditures and the long-term impacts resulting from production cost savings, amenity benefits, and consumption reallocation. Analysts also provided approaches for addressing I-11’s intended purpose of mitigation transportation issues and needs as it supports improved regional mobility for goods, people, and homeland security.