SR 366 Swift Trail on Mount Graham will reopen up to Columbine Visitor Center
The Arizona Department of Transportation will reopen State Route 366 to the public up to Columbine Visitor Center (milepost 143) at 8:00 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 14. The US Forest Service has sole jurisdiction of Swift Trail passed Columbine and is now evaluating accessibility to sites above the visitor center. USFS needs to confirm to the public access passed Columbine. However, it remains closed to the public beyond that point. The closure is necessary because of safety concerns associated with flash flooding and debris flows caused by the recent Frye Fire.
Drivers may encounter ADOT and U.S. Forest Service crews working along SR 366, and should expect delays up to 30 minutes. All drivers should use caution in work zones, and watch for crews and equipment
ADOT will announce when SR 366 reopens.
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