The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) are replacing the pavement on eight miles of existing pavement on State Route 77 in the town of Snowflake in Navajo County between mileposts 361 to 373.
The project will occur within ADOT right-of-way in two four-mile segments, with the first portion of paving occurring August 21 to September 15. The second segment will begin once the first portion is completed and is anticipated to be finished by mid-October, 2017. Access to properties will be maintained at all times during paving; however travel delays can be expected while paving is underway.
To accommodate travel during construction, a pilot car will be in place to allow for alternating travel through the work zone. A ten-foot width restriction will also be in place during paving operations. Delays can be anticipated up to 20 minutes. Please allow extra time for travel, observe reduced speeds in the work zone and be alert for crews and equipment.
- Most construction will occur during daylight hours, Monday through Fridays.
- A pilot-car operation will allow for shared travel through the work zone.
- Delays up to 20 minutes can be anticipated during paving.
- No weekend or holiday construction is anticipated.
- A ten-foot width restriction will be in place during construction.
- Construction is anticipated to be completed by mid-October, 2017.
For More Information
- Email: CCole@azdot.gov
- Phone: Call Coralie Cole, senior community relations officer, ADOT Northeast District, 602.501.4899