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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Art of Transportation: Overhead view of ramp construction

I-10 and L303

By John Dougherty / ADOT Communications

This photo is from more than three years ago during the construction of the Loop 303 and Interstate 10 interchange in 2013. This perspective allows you to see the partially constructed ramps as they pass over I-10. 

The $83 million interchange project includes several new ramps, structures/bridges, improvements at Van Buren Street and Cotton Lane, improvements to the frontage roads, rubberized asphalt and pavement markings.



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