Expect Delays for Bridge Replacement on Navajo Nation
May 14, 2018 at 5:12 am
This map shows the location of a new bridge being installed along U.S. Route 160 on the Navajo Nation. | Courtesy of Arizona Department of Transportation
From our friends at the Arizona Department of Transportation:
PHOENIX – A $6 million Arizona Department of Transportation project [that started] Monday, May 7, is creating a new US 160 bridge at Chinle Wash in far northeastern Arizona.
Those using US 160 through the area should expect delays up to 20 minutes with this work underway at milepost 429, just west of Mexican Water on the Navajo Nation. A temporary traffic signal will have traffic alternating through one lane on the existing bridge.
The new three-span bridge will be 280 feet long and nearly 9 feet wider than the current bridge. The project, which scheduled to finish by year’s end, also will realign the roadway and install new pavement markings, among other improvements.
For more information on this and other projects, visit azdot.gov/Projects (see Northeast District Projects).