Arizona DOT


Future Loop 303 Takes Shape

One of the Valley's next new freeway traffic interchanges is taking shape along Loop 303 in north Peoria. Crews have installed bridge girders at the future Jomax Parkway interchange as part of the Arizona Department of Transportation's project to widen Loop 303 north of Happy Valley Parkway....


Crews Pour Concrete Deck On Houghton Road/I-10 Structure

Drivers southeast of downtown Tucson will see a major step forward in an interchange reconstruction project as crews pour the concrete bridge deck on the new Houghton Road structure at Interstate 10. The concrete work on the bridge comes as the Arizona Department of Transportation reaches the halfway point of a $24.4 million project to rebuild the interchange....


Construction Commences for Permanent Fix On U.S. 89

In less than 48 hours after heavy rains and flood waters took down a 30-foot section of US 89 north of Flagstaff near Cameron in 2018, ADOT had the highway reopened to traffic. In order to reopen the highway in less than two days after the flood damage, more than 40 ADOT personnel responding from as far away as Page, Payson and Williams had to thoroughly assess the site, excavate the damaged areas, haul in and compact 500 cubic yards of material to restore the roadway's base, and put down 120 tons of asphalt pavement....


Crews Begin Second Phase of Gateway Freeway Project

A project to add 5 mi. of travel lanes to the Phoenix area's newest freeway is advancing in the southeast Valley with some of State Route 24's concrete pavement already in place. The Arizona Department of Transportation's $77 million Gateway Freeway project, which started just four months ago, will add an interim four-lane divided roadway between Ellsworth Road and Ironwood Drive when it is completed by fall 2022....


ADOT Releases Its Five-Year Construction Program: 2022-26

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) recently released its proposed five-year construction program that is now available for public comment. The 2022-2026 Tentative Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program allocates funding for several projects to widen highways and improve safety, including: Adding lanes along I-17 between Anthem Way and Sunset Point, with construction on the $328 million project beginning in 2022; Replacing the Gila River bridges on I-10 between Phoenix and Casa Grande....


Crews Begin Second Half of Interstate 17 Bridge Project

For the Arizona Department of Transportation, crews didn't get much of a break before the start of the second half of a reconstruction project to rehabilitate the Interstate 17 bridge over Central Avenue in Phoenix, Ariz....


ADOT, Crews Work to Replace I-40 Bridges Over Business 40

The Arizona Department of Transportation is starting a project to replace the Interstate 40 bridges over Business 40, which connects the interstate to Historic Route 66 in west Flagstaff. The project, which is approximately 3 mi....


Construction Begins On East Valley Freeway Projects

Initial construction is under way on two East Valley freeway projects designed to open more travel options for drivers in the east Mesa and south Gilbert areas. Crews have set up work zones and are making early progress on the Arizona Department of Transportation's projects to extend State Route 24 (Gateway Freeway) east of Ellsworth Road and also add a new interchange along Loop 202 (Santan Freeway) at Lindsay Road....


Loop 303 Freeway Widening Project Progressing Forward

A project to widen a stretch of Loop 303 in the northwest Valley is underway as crews begin construction of bridge supports near the future Jomax Parkway. The Arizona Department of Transportation is managing construction of the $20.3 million regional freeway project, which is designed to improve capacity for current and future traffic needs by adding a third lane in each direction along Loop 303 between Happy Valley and Lake Pleasant parkways in Peoria....


Ames Construction Crews Replacing Arizona's U.S. 60 Pinto Creek Bridge

Crews from Ames Construction, along with the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), are replacing the Pinto Creek Bridge, located on U.S. 60 about 6 mi....






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