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11/27/2012 6:00:00 AM
Work begins on Interstate 40 bridges

The Arizona Department of Transportation has started to replace the bridge surfaces on Interstate 40 at Andy Devine Avenue and at Eastern Street and the railroad crossing. 

Work started Monday. I-40 has been reduced to one lane in each direction between mileposts 52 and 54 as crews build crossovers that will be used when the bridge deck work begins next year. During the restriction, the speed limit on I-40 will be reduced through the work zone to 45 mph and traffic will merge into the right lane. The crossover work will be completed by Dec. 19. 

In January, crews will begin work on the bridge deck replacement starting with the eastbound bridge first.

During this project, traffic will be one lane in both directions using the crossovers on either side of the work zone. 

Once the eastbound bridge deck work is completed, crews will work on the westbound bridge.

The project is scheduled to be complete in October. 

In addition to the bridge deck replacement, new barriers will be installed at both bridge crossings in the project area.

For more information on this project contact the Project Hotline at (855) 712-8530 or email ADOT at Projects@azdot.gov.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Article comment by: Don't Agree

Have you driven to Needles lately? As soon as you cross into California, the difference in the highway is incredible. Our highways in arizona are actually pretty good.

Posted: Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Article comment by: Ida Gara

jist me a walking... I was thinking EXACTLEY the same thing as I read the article and scrolled down to suggest repair between Ashfork and Yucca and lookey there - you beat me to it... wonder how many others were thinging the same. I'm betting that Thousands of truck drivers say the same thing every day!

Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Article comment by: jist me a walkin

how about resurfacing from kingman to ashfork. there are pot holes out there with cars sitting in the bottom of them. just drove from kingman to the eastern end of I40. this is the worst stretch in the entire country



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