Friday, February 24, 2017

Slideshow: Bridge demolition moves Ina/I-10 interchange project forward

I-10 and Ina Road Traffic Interchange

By Steve Elliott / ADOT Communications

We just received this slideshow from Wednesday's demolition of the eastbound Interstate 10 bridge at Ina Road in Marana. It documents a big step forward for a $120 million project creating a modern traffic interchange in a busy area northwest of Tucson. 

Please note that while Ina Road is closed at I-10, ADOT is maintaining access to area businesses throughout.

By early 2019, motorists, residents and businesses will benefit from a bridge carrying Ina Road over I-10 and railroad tracks and offering ramps to and from the interstate. Learn about other improvements in the works by visiting the project website at

Posted by Steve Elliott   |  Labels:  bridge, Construction, Ina-Road-TI, Interchange, Marana


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