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Orange Grove off-ramp from I-10 West shifted to Sunset Road

Frontage road to remain open to Orange Grove on-ramp
February 13, 2017

MARANA – As part of the project to improve the Ina Road interchange at Interstate 10, the Orange Grove Road off-ramp from westbound I-10 will be closed and traffic shifted to the Sunset Road off-ramp.

The westbound frontage road will remain open to Orange Grove and north to the Orange Grove on-ramp. The frontage road north of the Orange Grove on-ramp will remain closed for the duration of the 25-month Ina Road project.

The Arizona Department of Transportation will close Ina at I-10 about 1 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 15, as part of a project to improve the interchange by building a bridge to carry Ina over I-10 and the Union Pacific Railroad tracks. The $120 million project also includes widening both Ina and I-10 and other improvements in the area.

Access to area businesses on both sides of I-10 will be maintained throughout the project, which is scheduled for completion in early 2019. Ina will be closed only at I-10.

On Tuesday, the right lane of westbound I-10 will be closed at Orange Grove from 9 a.m. to noon for signal maintenance work. The right lanes of I-10 will be closed intermittently between Avra Valley and Sunset roads beginning at 9 p.m. Tuesday for overhead sign work.

To see more on this project, visit azdot.gov/InaTI.

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