Central District Projects

I-10 New Traffic Interchange at Fairway Drive

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Construction of the new $30 million traffic interchange on Interstate 10, west of Loop 101 (Agua Fria Freeway) in Avondale, is scheduled to begin by mid-February 2019. The project includes building a bridge over I-10 at Fairway Drive, between Dysart Road and Avondale Boulevard, to help support economic development and provide additional capacity in the fast-growing West Valley.

When the interchange is completed in 2020, drivers will be able to use on-and off-ramps to make connections to and from Fairway Drive south of I-10. Note: Fairway Drive does not travel north of I-10, where Friendship Park is located.

Primary funding sources are the half-cent sales tax in Maricopa County for freeway, street and transit projects, as well as state and federal transportation funds.

Project Schedule

Construction is scheduled to begin by mid-February 2019. The project is anticipated to take approximately 14 months to complete.  Please allow extra travel time along I-10 and surrounding areas as delays can be expected. Night work and weekend work are anticipated.

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