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Monday, June 11, 2018

There's a convenient route to Seligman with a bridge upgrade underway


By Ryan Harding / ADOT Communications


With one of two routes between I-40 and Seligman closing today for a project replacing bridge decks, we want to make sure everyone seeking an Old Route 66 fix knows there's still a convenient route to and from the interstate.

ADOT has worked with the community on ways to direct I-40 motorists to Exit 123, which connects with the  on the east side of town. That includes signage along the interstate, as described in this video about Seligman, this project and the partnership between ADOT and the area's business community.

While I-40 Exit 121, leading to the west side of Seligman, remains open, that won't provide a link to and from Seligman until the project is completed. And this project doesn't affect through traffic on I-40 or Route 66.
Posted by David Woodfill   |  Labels:  ADOT, Arizona-Department-of-Transportation, Construction, I-40, interstate-40, Route-66, Seligman


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