I-40 Joseph City - Perkins Valley Pavement Rehabilitation

I-40 Joseph City - Perkins Valley Pavement Rehabilitation



Project Cost: $10,731,525

The Arizona Department of Transportation is initiating a pavement life-extension project on Interstate 40  west of the city of Holbrook (mileposts 278-283). The 5-mile-long project between Joseph City and Perkins Valley Road is scheduled to begin this spring.

Project Area Map

Project map

Project Elements

The work consists of removing the existing top layer of pavement and replacing it with an asphalt-mix overlay to improve pavement conditions and the driving surface for vehicles. The work also includes making spot pavement repairs and other related work,such as pavement markers and striping.

The work also includes shoulder repair, guardrail reconstruction and end treatments, and drainage improvements. 

What to Expect During Construction

  • Pavement work is scheduled to begin this spring. 
  • Drivers should plan for lane restrictions and reduced speed limits on I-40 while the pavement work is completed. 
  • A minimum of one lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction throughout the project.

ADOT will post information about traffic restrictions and closures as it becomes available. To receive traffic alerts and other updates by email, please subscribe here.

Drivers can also stay informed of real-time, project-related traffic restrictions by visiting az511.gov or call 511, except while driving.

Schedules are subject to change because of weather or other unforeseen factors. Remember to slow down and use caution around construction workers and equipment.