I-17 Southbound: Coconino County Line - McConnell Bridge Pavement Rehabilitation

I-17 Southbound: Coconino County Line - McConnell Bridge Pavement Rehabilitation


Project Overview

Project Cost: $34,954,000

The Arizona Department of Transportation is initiating a pavement and bridge rehabilitation project on southbound Interstate 17 between the McConnell Drive Bridge in Flagstaff and the Coconino County line (mileposts 311-340).

The primary purpose of the project, which began in late spring 2022 and is scheduled to end in fall 2024, is to perform much-needed repairs and upgrades to the road surface on this heavily traveled stretch of southbound I-17.

In addition to the travel lanes and shoulders, several on- and off-ramps and nine bridges within the project area will be repaved. Similar work already was performed on the northbound side of the roadway.

Additional pavement improvements will occur on State Route 89A near milepost 402 and on northbound I-17 near Munds Park (milepost 323).

Project Map

I-17 Southbound Project Map

Project Photo

I-17 SB Paving

What to Expect

  • Construction is anticipated to begin late spring 2022 and be completed fall 2024.
  • Motorists should anticipate single-lane restrictions in two-mile segments. Crews will move to different locations as work is completed along the corridor.
  • Reduced speed limit through the work zone.

Restrictions and Closures

Drivers should expect southbound I-17 to be restricted to one lane around-the-clock at various locations. Lane restrictions are currently in place from mileposts 330-328, from 323-320 and from 313-311. Drivers should be prepared to slow down and proceed through the work zones with caution.

For information about project-related restrictions and closures please visit az511.gov or call 511, except while driving.

Stay Informed

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