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State Route 366 reopens on Mount Graham

Frye Fire had increased danger of flooding along Swift Trail
September 14, 2017

PHOENIX – State Route 366 has reopened on Mount Graham in southeastern Arizona after a six-week closure due to the danger of flooding and debris flows after the Frye Fire, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

SR 366-2The road, also known as Swift Trail, connects with US 191 about 20 miles south of Safford. It had been closed at Ladybug Saddle near milepost 131, but as of Thursday, Sept. 14, it’s open again to Columbine at milepost 143.

The U.S. Forest Service is reopening areas of the Coronado National Forest that were closed due to the Frye Fire, but some recreational sites remain closed pending repairs. More information is available at www.fs.usda.gov/coronado (see Recent News).

Drivers may encounter ADOT or Forest Service work crews along SR 366 and could experience delays up to 30 minutes.

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