State Route 69 - Big Bug to Poland Junction Pavement Repair Project

State Route 69 - Big Bug to Poland Junction Pavement Repair Project


This project is complete


Project Cost: $828,822

The Arizona Department of Transportation is administering a federal project for the City of Cottonwood that will rehabilitate a bridge on Pima Street between North Second Street and Third Street.


The Arizona Department of Transportation is initiating a project to repair and preserve the pavement along State Route 69 between Onyx Drive in Mayer and Main Street in Dewey-Humboldt (mileposts 272- 279).

The $2.6 million project includes the following:

  • Remove and replace the existing pavement on the north- and southbound lanes.
  • Pavement spot repairs.
  • Adding roadway striping and new pavement markings.

Construction is underway and scheduled to continue through fall 2023.


Project Map

Project map


What to Expect 

While work is underway, motorists will encounter alternating lane closures with one lane of north- and southbound traffic maintained throughout construction. ADOT advises drivers to plan for possible delays while the work is underway.


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Restrictions and Closures

Update: Expect daytime lane restrictions to continue on State Route 69 between Mayer and Dewey-Humbolt through Sept. 22 

As work continues on State Route 69, the Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to prepare for ongoing lane restrictions between Mayer and Dewey-Humbolt from Friday, Sept. 15, through Friday, Sept. 22.

Drivers should allow for extra travel time while the following daytime restrictions for both north- and southbound SR 69 are in place from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

  • SR 69 will be reduced to one lane in each direction between Central and Main streets (mileposts 272-279).
  • Expect intermittent delays on access ramps for up to 15 minutes. Please use alternate routes.
  • There will be a 14-foot vehicle width restriction, and the speed limit will be reduced in the work zone.

 The restrictions are needed so crews can apply an oil treatment to the pavement shoulders.

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

ADOT will provide more information about project schedules and potential traffic impacts as information becomes available. Stay informed of traffic restrictions before they occur by subscribing(link is external) to receive timely traffic alerts by email.

Schedules are subject to change on weather and other unforeseen factors.


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