US 89

Rendering of the proposed US 89 Landslide fix.
The geotechnical investigation on US 89 (you know – that one we’ve been blogging about since February) is complete and we’re thrilled to share news of the results.
Vehicles stuck in the sand on N20
Yes, paving on N20 has begun, but drivers shouldn’t plan on using the route as a detour until construction is completed later this summer.
ADOT and the Navajo Division of Transportation Breakground for NR 20
As you can see in the video above, ADOT and the Navajo Division of Transportation officially broke ground on the Navajo Route 20 paving project yesterday morning. The ceremony marks the start of a project that we’ve blogged about before.
Area where construction began for N20
Marking months of planning and collaboration, the Navajo Division of Transportation and ADOT are ready to officially break ground on the Navajo Route 20 paving project.
Looking over rocky landscape
Just as construction to upgrade N20 begins, ADOT is wrapping up its geotechnical investigation at the US 89 landslide site…
ADOT workers on N20
Drivers who have been impacted by the closure on US 89 might be happy to know that work is beginning on Navajo Route 20… That means crews soon will start paving the mostly dirt road so it can (in a few months) serve as an interim detour route until repairs are finished on US 89.


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