Weekend of June 14 ~ 17
The Valley Freeways Weekend Travel Alert is also available in a printable PDF version.
Weekend closures and restrictions allow more work to be done at once, so projects are completed in less time and on budget. That gives you more time to drive on a modern, well-maintained freeway system. For the latest weekend work schedule, sign up for ADOT email updates.
SR 143 (Hohokam Expressway) closed in both directions between I-10 and University Drive near Sky Harbor Airport for pipeline work. NB 48th St. closed at Broadway Rd. Sky Harbor traffic can use I-10 to Buckeye Rd. to access airport's west entrance. Alternate north-south routes include 40th and 52nd streets.
|11 p.m. Friday-5 a.m. Monday
Please note: Other overnight restrictions are possible. If planning to travel overnight, please check www.ValleyFreeways.com/OtherRestrictions.
State Highway Restrictions to Note:
Northern AZ travel:
- US 89 closed between US 89A junction and Page until further notice due to damaged pavement. Use US 160 and SR 98 as detour route to and from Page. Please note: Navajo Route 20 is closed this summer while crews pave the road.
- I-17 SB between SR 260 at Camp Verde and SR 169 junction: Expect lane and shoulder restrictions for project to install climbing lane.
- I-40 in Kingman narrowed to one lane in each direction between Andy Devine Ave. (US 66) and Eastern St. through fall 2013 for bridge work.
Southern AZ travel:
- I-10 WB exit at Dragoon Rd., near Texas Canyon, closed until early July 2013 for improvement work. To access Dragoon Rd. exit I-10 WB at Sibyl Rd., then turn and use I-10 EB to Dragoon exit.
- I-10 exits at Prince Rd. in Tucson closed for freeway-reconstruction project. Use other nearby exits.
For additional information on the current Weekend Travel Alert, check out the News Release.
Visit ADOT’s Travel Information site at az511 or dial 5-1-1 for information across Arizona.
Sign up for ADOT email updates, including weekend freeway restrictions, at www.azdot.gov.
Please buckle up, observe speed limits, and never drink and drive.
For additional information contact:
Communication and Community Partnerships