Flying V Slope Stabilization


Project Cost: $900,000


The Arizona Department of Transportation, in conjunction with the Federal Highway Administration, has initiated a project to repair a failed slope on US 60 near the community of Carrizo (milepost 305). 

The slope has peeled away from the road and the site conditions have worsened over time. The work consists of installing soil replacement columns to repair the failed slope and seeding. Drill shafts will be used to rebuild and stabilize the slopes. 

What to Expect During Construction

There will be minimal traffic disruptions as nearly all of the work will take place on the shoulder of the roadway. The project, located on the Fort Apache Reservation, is expected to be under construction this spring and completed in summer 2022.

Project Area Map

Flying V Slope Stabilization Map


Current Restrictions 

There are no current restrictions associated with the project. ADOT will post information about upcoming traffic restrictions as they become available.

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Schedules are subject to change because of weather or other unforeseen factors. Remember to slow down and use caution around construction workers and equipment.

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ADOT Project No. 60 GI 305 F0430 01C Federal Aid No. STP-060-E(222)T