ADOT projects continue throughout area
The Arizona Department of Transportation has a number of projects under way in the Prescott/Chino Valley/Dewey-Humboldt/Mayer areas, which will affect drivers this week. Among the expected impacts:
Highway 89 widening in Chino Valley
Excavation work will continue along the northbound alignment and at Road 4 South in preparation for concrete curb work.
Crews are progressing on storm drain installation and do not have plans to temporarily close business access driveways to traffic this week.
Highway 89/69 interchange construction
Work on the Highway 89/Highway 69 project is moving into Phase III, which will allow for the completion of the Highway 69 bridge over Highway 89. Crews expect no road closures for the week of Nov. 10.
Dewey-Humboldt/Mayer-area Highway 69 finishing work
Crews have installed new pavement, and the project is wrapping up, with only safety improvements and minor striping activities remaining. Crews will remobilize into the area this week to finish these tasks. Drivers should expect a number of impacts, including:
Wednesday and Thursday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. - Crews will install reflective pavement markers in highway crossovers throughout the project. This will restrict crossovers to one lane, with flagging operations moving traffic through restricted zones.
Wednesday and Thursday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. - Crews will do striping on the frontage roads along Highway 69 throughout the project. Motorists will experience narrow lanes and reduced speeds on Highway 69 frontage roads during this activity.