Central District Projects
Loop 202 (South Mountain Freeway)
I-10 (Papago Freeway) between 75th and 43rd avenues and south to Lower Buckeye Road
Construction Alerts and Notices
I-10 Papago Freeway Upcoming Closures and Restrictions
Multiple I-10 (Papago Freeway) lane restrictions and full closures will occur between mid-October and early November to allow construction crews to work on the new ramp from northbound Loop 202 to westbound I-10. Travelers are encouraged to plan ahead, consider alternative routes and go to az511.gov or dial 511 for the latest traffic updates.
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Roosevelt Street Closed October 1 - 23
Monday, October 2 to Monday, October 23, 2017
As part of the construction of the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway / I-10 interchange, Roosevelt Street will be closed from 59th to 57th avenues for three weeks to allow crews to install a 36-inch storm drain beginning Monday, October 2. Please use alternate routes.
What to Expect:
After the closure, there will be intermittent nightly closures into early 2018 for bridge construction
Roosevelt Street will be closed between 59th and 57th avenues
Closure is for installation of a 36-inch storm drain in the center of the roadway on Roosevelt
Barricades will be remove by 5 a.m. on Monday, October 23
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Late-2017 to Early-2018 Construction Schedule (Anticipated)
To complete the work currently scheduled through mid-2018, the following street and freeway restrictions and closures are anticipated. Actual dates and times of restrictions and closures will be published in the weekly traffic alerts.
- Periodic weekend and night closures of I-10 at 59th Avenue to complete straddle bents
- Extended weekend closures of I-10 to move barriers and shift traffic lanes to the center
- Permanent closure of 59th Avenue ramps after access roads open
- Traffic shift on Van Buren Street to the south to enable construction of the north half of the freeway bridge over Van Buren Street
To receive advance notice of upcoming traffic restrictions, sign-up for weekly traffic alerts.
Residents, business owners, schools and homeowner’s associations who may be directly impacted by construction will receive additional notices.