US 60 (Superstition Freeway) I-10 to Loop 202 Pavement Rehabilitation Project

US 60 (Superstition Freeway) I-10 to Loop 202 Pavement Rehabilitation Project



The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) began a pavement rehabilitation project in early January 2023 along a 17-mile section of US 60 between Interstate 10 and Loop 202. ADOT completed the milling, diamond grinding and striping for that section of US 60 in August 2023.

Beginning in early January 2024, the project limit was extended east to Crismon Road. The project is also improving pavement on the cross street overpasses along US 60. The overpass rehabilitation began October 2023 and will be completed early 2024. 

Project Area

US 60 L101 to L202 Pavement Preservation Map

Project Elements

  • Removing the existing top layer of asphalt pavement. Mainline complete

  • Making any needed repairs to the existing concrete pavement.

  • Diamond grinding the existing concrete pavement to provide a smooth roadway surface.

  • Replacing lane striping and other pavement markings.


What to Expect

  • Work will mostly take place with lane restrictions during the week. 

  • Overnight and weekend work will be required at some locations.

  • Full closures will be limited to overpasses without on- and off-ramps to US 60.

  • The pavement removal will generate some noise and dust; the contractor will be required to follow Maricopa County dust control requirements.


Project Schedule

Construction began in January 2023. Work along US 60 was completed in August 2023. The overpass rehabilitation is scheduled to begin October 2023 and take approximately three months to complete.


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