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ADOT Interstate 17 Paving Work Continues

ADOT Interstate 17 logoSedona AZ (August 26, 2014) – Overnight paving work on AZ Interstate 17 (I-17) southbound of State Route 169 continues this week through the end of September.

Daytime paving work will continue in the northbound and southbound directions on I-17 between the State Route 169 junction and the Dugas/Orme exit (mileposts 268 to 279).

As weather permits, drivers can expect a single lane restriction Sunday through Thursday nights between 8 p.m. and 10 a.m. through September 30, 2014, as crews finalize paving, striping and seeding operations.

Some daytime lane restrictions are expected Monday through Thursday between 5 a.m. and 7 p.m. through the work zone as ideal weather conditions exist for rubberized asphalt.

The work zone will be clearly marked by temporary barricades and signage. ADOT advises drivers to allow additional time to reach their destinations and to proceed through the work zone with caution, comply with the reduced speed limit, and be alert for construction equipment and personnel.

For more information, call the ADOT project hotline at 1-855-712-8530 and follow the SedonaEye.com Daily News and Views.

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  1. Labor Day & Our Arizona Veterans Highway,

    As you travel our Arizona Veterans Highway (I-17) this weekend, take the time to notice all of the trash in the median and on the shoulders and ask this question, “How does the trash you see reflect the care and respect that should shown for our Arizona veterans and their “memorial highways?”

    I would also like you to take notice of the type of litter, to include broken, discarded and abandon items left by ADOT and ADOT sub-contractors.

    Our Arizona residents should be outraged at the amount of trash on all of our highways, and how it reflects on the image and economy of Arizona.

    Gary Chamberlain, FVUSA
    “America the Beautiful & BagReadyJobs”
    Empowering our nation’s youth
    FolksvilleUSA@gmail.com
    (928) 202-1186

  2. ADOT road work update: Overnight dirt haul on SR 89 between Prescott and Chino Valley continues –

    Drivers can expect overnight delays for the next four weeks. Traffic on State Route 89 between Prescott and Chino Valley (mileposts 320 to 325) will be required to stop intermittently, weather permitting, for the next four weeks to allow trucks to safely cross the highway.

    The hauling operation will continue tonight, Aug. 27 and continue through Tuesday, Sept. 30. Overnight work hours are 7 p.m. through 5 a.m. each night and intermittent closures are expected for dirt hauling and removal and relocation of temporary concrete barrier along the roadway.

    Drivers can expect delays of up to 10 minutes at a time.

    The work zone will be clearly marked by temporary barricades and signage. ADOT advises drivers to allow additional time to reach their destinations and to proceed through the work zone with caution, comply with the reduced speed limit, and be alert for construction equipment and personnel.

  3. Paving work on Interstate 17 south of SR 169 continues for the next two weeks as the schedule includes day and night work on I-17 in both directions.

    Crews will continue final paving on Interstate 17 in both directions between the Dugas/Orme exit and the State Route 169 traffic interchange starting Tuesday, Sept. 9 (mileposts 268 to 279).

    Work hours have mainly been overnight but will also include day work through Monday, Sept. 22 between 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. Drivers can expect alternating lane restrictions in both directions during work hours, weather permitting.

    In addition to the day paving work scheduled, crews will be working on the SR 169 traffic interchange with final paving on off and on-ramps from I-17 and the SR 169 bridge approaches on Sunday, Sept. 7 between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m. Drivers can expect delays of up to 30 minutes intermittently during work hours.

    The work zone will be clearly marked by temporary barricades and signage. ADOT advises drivers to allow additional time to reach their destinations and to proceed through the work zone with caution, comply with the reduced speed limit, and be alert for construction equipment and personnel.

    For more information, call the ADOT project hotline at 1-855-712-8530 and follow the SedonaEye.com daily news and views.

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