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ADOT Closes I-10 Loop 303 Ramps

Sedona AZ (October 6, 2017) – ADOT advises the traveling public that several ramps at Interstate 10/Loop 303 interchange will be closed this weekend.

Traffic will use local routes until work on the new ramps is completed.

While work on the soon-to-be-opened new ramp connections at the Interstate 10/Loop 303 interchange in Goodyear continues this weekend, several existing ramps will be closed to traffic. Drivers can use alternate routes while the following ramp closures are in place:

East and west bound Interstate 10 ramps to northbound Loop 303 will be closed from 10:00 p.m. Friday until 5:00 a.m. Monday (October 9) for lane-striping work at freeway-to-freeway interchange.

DETOUR: I-10 drivers can access northbound Loop 303 by exiting eastbound at Citrus Road or westbound at Sarival Avenue and using McDowell Road to northbound Cotton Lane; enter northbound Loop 303 via the on-ramp at Thomas Road.

The southbound Loop 303 ramp to westbound Interstate 10 will be closed from 10:00 p.m. Friday until noon Saturday (October 7) for lane-striping work at freeway-to-freeway interchange.

DETOUR: Southbound Loop 303 drivers can access westbound I-10 by exiting at Thomas Road and using southbound Cotton Lane and westbound McDowell Road to southbound Perryville Road.

NOTE: Eastbound I-10 will narrow to one lane overnight near Citrus Road from 10:00 p.m. Saturday until 3:00 a.m. Sunday (October 8) for pavement work. Eastbound I-10 right lane will also be closed near Perryville Road at times over the weekend.

Please use caution in work zone and watch for highway workers and equipment.

ADOT’s $64 million project to build the second phase or “south half” of the I-10/Loop 303 interchange is scheduled to open soon.

ADOT will provide updates as crews open the new freeway-to-freeway ramps, as well as the extension of Loop 303 south from Thomas Road to Van Buren Street.

Follow the SedonaEye.com for ADOT updates.

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