Tuesday, May 3, 2016

How ADOT and the community created a Bell/Grand project that benefits all

By Steve Elliott / ADOT Communications

We hope you're following our progress on a $41.9 million interchange that will dramatically improve traffic at Bell Road and Grand Avenue (US 60) in Surprise.

Previous posts have alerted you to the need to plan your route during a full closure of Bell at Grand that will allow us to reopen the roadway by November, shown you a nifty animation of how the interchange will work and shared the city of Surprise's awe-inspiring drone video of the work zone.

Today we're sharing an ADOT video taking you deeper into this project, including the benefits and how we worked with businesses and others in the community to plan an overpass and interchange as well as a project schedule that benefit everyone. 

Please give the video a look. Something great is coming at Bell and Grand, and we're making steady progress toward completing it.
Posted by Steve Elliott   |  Labels:  Bell-Road, Construction, Grand-Avenue, Road-Closures


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