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Monday, April 11, 2016

Take an animated tour of the interchange coming in Surprise



By Steve Elliott / ADOT Communications

We hope you've seen our announcement and previous blog post about a major project that will relieve congestion at Grand Avenue (US 60) and Bell Road in Surprise. A $41.9 million, state-of-the-art traffic interchange is on the way to carry Bell Road over Grand Avenue and BNSF Railway tracks.

While we've shared a rendering of what's coming, the animation above provides an aerial and on-the-ground view of what this interchange will provide motorists on Bell Road as well as Grand Avenue. 

Bell Road is closed at Grand Avenue for six to eight months to allow for faster construction. There's a detour route for Bell Road travelers and continued access to businesses next to the project area.

Something great is coming in time for the holiday shopping season. Please check out the animation and share it with friends.
Posted by Steve Elliott   |  Labels:  bell, grand, PROJECT, Surprise, US-60


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