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Westbound Interstate 40 at Anvil Rock Road closed overnight for bridge deck demolition June 27-29

The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for overnight closures of westbound Interstate 40 at Anvil Rock Road as work continues on the Anvil Rock Road Bridge rehabilitation project.

The westbound closures on I-40, approximately 11 miles west of Seligman, will occur overnight from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. beginning Monday night, June 27, and ending Wednesday morning, June 29. 

  • Motorists will use the Anvil Rock Road off- and on-ramps to exit and re-enter the interstate. 
  • The speed limit will be reduced in the work zone.  

The $2.7 million project includes the removal and replacement of the existing bridge deck, which is the top surface of the bridge that motorists drive on, as well as the approach slabs, guardrail and pavement markings.

For more information on this project, visit I-40 Anvil Rock Road Bridge Deck.

UPDATE: Interstate 40 at Anvil Rock Road closed overnight for bridge deck demolition June 15-17

NOTE REGARDING UPDATE: Full closure dates have been moved to June 15-17
 

The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for full overnight closures of Interstate 40 at Anvil Rock Road as work continues on the  Anvil Rock Road Bridge rehabilitation project.

The full closure of I-40, approximately 11 miles west of Seligman, will occur overnight from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. beginning Wednesday night, June 15, and ending Friday morning, June 17. 

  • East- and westbound I-40 will be closed in each direction at Anvil Rock Road to allow for the demolition of the Anvil Rock Bridge over I-40. 
  • Motorists will use the Anvil Rock Road off- and on-ramps to exit and re-enter the interstate. The speed limit will be reduced in the work zone.  

The $2.7 million project includes the removal and replacement of the existing bridge deck, which is the top surface of the bridge that motorists drive on, as well as the approach slabs, guardrail and pavement markings.

For more information on this project, visit I-40 Anvil Rock Road Bridge Deck.

Anvil Rock Road Bridge rehabilitation project over Interstate 40 west of Seligman to begin May 9

The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for ongoing traffic restrictions when the Anvil Rock Road Bridge construction project over Interstate 40 begins Monday, May 9. The bridge is located west of Seligman (milepost 109) in Yavapai County. 

Motorists should expect the following travel restrictions through fall 2022:

  • East- and westbound I-40 will be reduced to one lane in each direction under the Anvil Rock Road Bridge throughout the duration of the construction project. 
    • An 18-foot width restriction will also be in place.
    • The speed limit will be reduced in the work zone.
  • During the bridge deck demolition, deck pouring and bridge barrier pouring operations, there will be times when full closures of I-40 will be necessary. To minimize traffic disruptions, the full closures will occur overnight, and traffic will be detoured around the work zone. 

Detour signs will be clearly posted when the detour is in place.

Access to the I-40 on and off-ramps at Anvil Rock Road will be maintained at all times. The following temporary detour will be in place for motorists: 

  • Detour from south Anvil Rock Road to westbound I-40: Drivers will first travel eastbound on Interstate 40 and then follow detour signs to cross over I-40 on a paved section of temporary road to proceed westbound on I-40. This is approximately a 1-mile detour.
  • Detour from north Anvil Rock Road to eastbound I-40: Drivers will first travel westbound on Interstate 40 and then follow detour signs to cross over I-40 on a paved section of temporary road to proceed eastbound on I-40. This is approximately a 1-mile detour.

Anvil Rock Bridge Map

The $2.7 million project will include the removal and replacement of the existing bridge deck, which is the top surface of the bridge that motorists drive on, as well as the approach slabs, guardrail and pavement markings.

For more information on this project, visit I-40 Anvil Rock Road Bridge Deck.