Stoppages on Interstate 40 near Williams Tues. through Thurs. (Sept. 27-29) for overhead utility work

Intermittent closures will be required on Interstate 40 near Williams (milepost 168) to accommodate overhead utility work Tuesday through Thursday (Sept. 27-29) from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. daily. Two temporary closures per hour are needed as crews work in the area and will impact both east- and westbound travel during operations.

Drivers should allow extra time for travel, drive through the work zone with caution, slow down and watch for construction equipment and personnel.

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Repair work on Interstate 40 bridge east of Kingman could result in travel delays through early October

Work is scheduled to begin Monday (Sept. 26) on bridge located between US 93 and Seligman

Arizona Department of Transportation crews on Monday will begin a two-week project to repair a section of the Audley Bridge on Interstate 40, requiring lane restrictions that could result in travel delays.

The bridge, located at milepost 112 about 10 miles west of Seligman, will be narrowed to one lane eastbound while repairs are being made. Delays of up to ...

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Arizona Highways magazine recognized for excellence

ADOT publication receives 20 awards from national organization

Arizona Highways, a world-renowned magazine that has been sharing stories and dramatic photography of Arizona for almost as long as the state has had roads, added to its reputation for excellence with 20 awards at this month’s International Regional Magazine Association conference.

The magazine, published by the Arizona Department of Transportation, won five first-place Gold Awards, including one for the April issue celebrating the 90th anniversary of Arizona Highways, which published its ...

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Lane separator posts being added along westbound US 60 HOV lane

Project aims to deter unsafe lane changes near junction with I-10

To deter unsafe lane changes that can result in crashes, Arizona Department of Transportation crews will install a series of lane separator posts by this weekend along the westbound US 60 (Superstition Freeway) HOV lane between Kyrene Road and Interstate 10 in Tempe.

The white polyurethane posts, also known as lane delineators, are being installed to discourage westbound US 60 drivers using the HOV lane from making sudden lane ...

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Share your priorities for ADOT’s Long-Range Transportation Plan

Interactive online survey lets you rank what’s most important for future investment

Planning Arizona’s transportation future requires setting priorities and making sometimes-difficult choices given limited resources.

As the Arizona Department of Transportation updates its Long-Range Transportation Plan, a blueprint looking from now through 2040, an interactive online survey allows you to help shape this vision by walking through scenarios similar to those facing planners and policymakers.

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ADOT completes US 89 improvements in Cameron

Wider highway, new bridges, underpasses increase safety and mobility

US 89 through the Navajo Nation community of Cameron has a wider roadway, two new bridges over the Little Colorado River, a modern roundabout at the junction with State Route 64, and underpasses for people and livestock thanks to a recently complus89-cameron-improvementseted Arizona Department of Transportation project.

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Old State Route 89 bridge over Hell Canyon to be removed

Drivers should expect delays as out-of-date bridge comes down Sept. 16

The 62-year-old State Route 89 bridge at Hell Canyon will be removed on Sept. 16.

The Arizona Department of Transportation replaced the 1954 bridge, which no longer met state and federal design standards for larger and heavier vehicles, earlier this year. The new bridge is better able to accommodate commercial traffic, particularly oversized loads, between Prescott and Interstate 40.

Crews began dismantling the old bridge ...

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Final SR 89 Hell Canyon bridge demolition Friday will require a 30-minute morning travel delay

The new bridge over Hell Canyon on State Route 89 (milepost 346) north of Chino Valley has been open since June, and the Arizona Department of Transportation is ready to remove the old structure. Motorists planning to use SR 89 between Interstate 40 and Prescott should be prepared for travel delays of up to 30 minutes Friday (Sept. 16), from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. for crews to complete blasting work required for the final demolition.

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