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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Work to improve, expand Loop 303/US 60 interchange is underway



Work on the Loop 303 continues out in the West Valley…

As you can see in the video above, a project to improve and expand the Loop 303/US 60 (Grand Avenue) traffic interchange is underway.

The project, which kicked off in December 2014, will widen Loop 303 into a six-lane freeway at the interchange and add a new bridge next to the existing Loop 303 bridge over Grand Avenue. When completed, the new span will carry three new northbound/eastbound Loop 303 lanes, allowing the existing bridge to carry three southbound/westbound lanes. The improved interchange will feature new on- and off-ramps connecting Loop 303 and US 60.

Good news for West Valley drivers – the project also will allow for the removal of the last traffic signal along the mainline of the 36-mile stretch of Loop 303 between Interstate 17 in north Phoenix and Interstate 10 in Goodyear!

For more details and traffic alerts, please visit our project webpage. You can read more about other Loop 303 projects in our previous posts.
Posted by Angela DeWelles   |  Labels:  Loop-303, US-60-(Grand-Avenue), Video


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