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Friday, October 17, 2014

US 89 landslide repair project update



If you’ve been keeping up with us here on the ADOT Blog, you know that crews are currently working on the US 89 landslide repair project near Page. You also know they’re busy blasting, digging and hauling approximately a million cubic yards of dirt and rock material that will be used to build a 1,400-foot-long buttress to stabilize and reinforce the mountain slope that carries US 89.

While we don’t have much that’s new to report (moving a million cubic yards of dirt will take while!), we did want to show you some recent photos of the progress. Taken just last month, the pictures above give a glimpse of all of the work that’s happening on the site…  

Before we leave you to browse through the photographs, we also want to let you know that you can find project information, a detour map and a news release archive on our US 89 project page. You can also check out our previous posts for more details.
Posted by Angela DeWelles   |  Labels:  US-89


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