TRANSPORTATION

Road work this weekend narrows I-10 in Buckeye

Posted 7/29/22

Westbound Interstate 10

The Arizona Department of Transportation is making improvements to Interstate 10 between State Route 85 and Verrado Way in the City of Buckeye. The improvements include …

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TRANSPORTATION

Road work this weekend narrows I-10 in Buckeye

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Westbound Interstate 10 in Buckeye will be narrowed to one lane between Verrado Way and Miller Road this weekend.

The restrictions will be put in place 9 p.m. Friday, July 29, and last until 5 a.m.  Monday, Aug. 1, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

ADOT offcials suggest motorists allow extra time and consider adjusting driving schedules to avoid peak hours.

The improvements being made in the area include adding a third general purpose lane in each direction on I-10 and reconstructing the interchanges at Miller and Watson roads.

"These improvements will increase freeway capacity, improve traffic flow and safety at the interchanges and accommodate future growth in the city of Buckeye," ADOT officials stated in a release.