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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Months of US 89 repair work is squeezed down to minutes in new time-lapse videos




Views from each camera.
Yes, the US 89 landslide repair project is complete, but that doesn’t mean we’re done blogging about it!

Today, we want to share three new time-lapse videos that squeeze about nine months of the repair into an amazing two minutes. You’ll notice the video up top shows an alternating view from two cameras. The videos at right show the shots from each camera separately.

Looking back
Since we’re revisiting the project today, let us point out some of the milestones from along the way. You might remember that prior to starting the US 89 landslide repair in summer 2014, ADOT had to clear several significant hurdles to keep the project moving forward…

In the two years since the Feb. 20, 2013 landslide:
After you’re done watching the new videos, you can learn even more about the project by heading over to azdot.gov/US89 or by revisiting our previous blog posts. And, to see some really great visuals from the project, be sure to check out our Flickr album and our US 89 YouTube playlist for a look at the repairs from start to finish.
Posted by Angela DeWelles   |  Labels:  Time-Lapse, US-89, Video


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