Central District Projects

Loop 202 (South Mountain Freeway)

I-10 Segment

I-10 (Papago Freeway) between 75th and 43rd avenues and south to Lower Buckeye Road

I-10 Westbound Closures - June and July 2017


    Westbound Interstate 10 will be closed at 59th Avenue over two weekends to allow construction crews to set falsework and a steel beam to support the future concrete structure (known as a straddle bent) for the westbound I-10 ramp to the new southbound Loop 202 (South Mountain Freeway).
    Detour: Westbound I-10 traffic will use the 59th Avenue off- and on-ramps to detour around the closure.
    What to Expect:
    • Westbound I-10 closed at 59th Avenue
    • Westbound I-10 traffic will use 59th
      Avenue off-and-on-ramps to detour
      around the closure
    • 51st Avenue and 43rd Avenue on-ramps will be closed 
    • Expect heavy traffic and delays
    • Consider using alternate local routes

      I-10 Westbound Closure Construction Alert - Straddle Bent Work
      Larger or Spanish versions available

      Construction Alerts and Notices

      Sound Wall Removal and Reconstruction - June 2017

      Sound Wall Removal and Reconstruction - June 2017

        The existing sound wall located on the south side of the I-10 (Papago Freeway) between 63rd and 59th avenues will be removed to allow construction crews to relocate utilities, install freeway lighting and construct a new access road linking the ramps between 67th and 59th avenues. Once this work is completed, a new sound wall will be constructed in late 2017/early 2018. During construction, fabric will be installed on the fencing located north of Belleview Street between 62nd and 59th avenues.
        What to Expect:
        • Construction crews working between the hours of 6 a.m. and 5 p.m.
        • Night work may occur if needed
        • Excavation of the existing wall and truck hauling materials in the freeway right-of-way
        • Water trucks to control dust
        • For safety, back-up alarms and jobsite lighting will be in use
         
        I-10 Sound Wall Removal Construction Alert
        Larger and Spanish versions available

        Permanent Closure: Latham Street - March 2017

        Permanent Closure: Latham Street

          As part of the South Mountain Freeway construction, Latham Street will close permanently between 59th and 57th avenues on March 13, 2017. The final design of the improvements will include a cul-de-sac built on Latham Street at 57th Avenue.
          What to Expect:
          • Latham Street will be permanently closed between 59th and 57th avenues, on March 13, 2017.
          • Eastbound traffic on Latham Street can use Roosevelt Street to 57th Avenue and north to Latham Street.
          • Westbound traffic should access Latham Street from 51st Avenue.
          • Final design of Latham Street at 57th Avenue will include a cul-de-sac.
          • Most construction activity will occur on weekdays from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.

          The following is the anticipated construction schedule for the I-10 Segment from I-10 (Papago Freeway) between 75th and 43rd avenues south to Lower Buckeye Road. Residents will see these major construction activities starting in early-to mid-2017.

          I-10 Segment Schedule Table
          Segment Activities: 
          • Convert Latham Street east of 59th Avenue to a cul-de-sac
          • Relocate sewer line on the west side of 59th Avenue
          • Conduct drainage work along I-10 between 51st and 59th avenues
          • Construct access roads on the north and south side of I-10
          • Construct bridge foundations at I-10 and at Lower Buckeye Road
          • Construct noise walls near Belleview Street
          • Construct Roosevelt Irrigation District Bridge south of Buckeye Road
          Residents, business owners, schools and homeowner’s associations who may be directly impacted by construction will receive additional notices. 

          To receive advance notice of upcoming traffic restrictions, sign-up for weekly traffic alerts.

          The following maps represent areas of activity starting in early-to mid 2017 and do not reflect the entire length of the I-10 segment. To view the design of the entire segment, visit the Map page.
           

          I-10 Segment Map
          Larger and Spanish versions available. 
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