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  • I-10/Prince Road project is complete

    July 9, 2014
    Since March, motorists traveling along Prince Road at the I-10 junction are no longer inconvenienced when one of the 40-60 trains pass daily through this area of Tucson.

  • I-10/Prince Road widening project enters its final phases

    November 22, 2013
    It’s been a while since we last checked in on the I-10/Prince Road widening project and judging by our newest video, a lot has happened at the site.

  • Prince Road/I-10 underpass, ramps to close as ADOT widens busy interchange

    March 6, 2012
    Progress is being made on the I-10 widening project we first told you about back in October and construction has reached a milestone, requiring a closure in the Tucson area... Beginning March 12, the I-10 Prince Road underpass and ramps will close. This closure is necessary so ADOT can widen this busy Tucson interchange.

  • Improvements on the way to Tucson area I-10

    October 14, 2011
    Construction got started earlier this fall on a project that’s designed to bring some big improvements for a stretch of Interstate-10 in the Tucson area. The I-10 widening project from Ruthrauff Road to Prince Road will not only expand the freeway to four lanes in each direction, but will also reconstruct the Prince Road traffic interchange so the road will pass over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks and I-10. New landscaping and entrance and exit ramp improvements are also part of the plan.

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