Monday, April 23, 2018

Pictures aplenty show our progress on the South Mountain Freeway

South Mountain Freeway: Salt River Bridges - April 2018

By Steve Elliott / ADOT Communications

A project as large as the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway makes for some impressive pictures, including the slideshow above produced as crews set extremely long girders to create two half-mile bridges that will span the Salt River.

There's plenty more to explore on the South Mountain Freeway Flickr page – 31 albums in all, from the start of construction on the 17th Avenue interchange to showcasing colors and designs to be used on interchanges and walls to creating the I-10 interchange in the West Valley.

You'll see some videos there as well, including this one showing one of the long, long Salt River bridge girders arriving at the construction site.

Posted by Steve Elliott   |  Labels:  bridge, Construction, Girders, South-Mountain-Freeway


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