PHOENIX — The weekend is finally here! But you don't want to spend your time stuck in traffic.
Here’s a breakdown of the restrictions and closures you can expect to see around the Valley this Mother’s Day weekend.
- Loop 101 southbound is closed between US 60 and Warner Road for pavement improvements from Friday 10 p.m. until Monday 5 a.m. Both US 60 ramps to Loop 101 southbound are also closed.
- Loop 202 southbound (South Mountain Freeway) is closed between I-10 and Lower Buckeye Road for rubberized asphalt paving from Friday 10 p.m. until Monday 5 a.m. All Loop 202 southbound ramps to I-10 are also closed.
- I-10 eastbound is narrowed to two lanes between Dysart Road and Avondale Boulevard for resurfacing from Friday 7 p.m. until Monday 5 a.m. Plan for closures of on- and off-ramps between Dysart Road and Avondale Boulevard.
- I-10 westbound is narrowed to three lanes between Avondale Boulevard and Dysart Road for resurfacing from Saturday 7 p.m. until Monday 5 a.m.
- I-17 is narrowed to one or two lanes in either direction overnight near Pinnacle Peak Road for interchange reconstruction from Sunday 9 p.m. through Thursday 5 a.m.
- Loop 101 westbound on-ramp at Pima Road/Princess Drive and Hayden Road westbound off-ramp are closed for approximately 60 days for reconstruction as part of widening project. Going on now till mid-June 2020.
- Loop 101 eastbound is narrowed to two lanes between Cave Creek Road and SR 51 for widening project from Friday 9 p.m. until Monday 5 a.m. Loop 101 eastbound on-ramp at Cave Creek Road is also closed. Hayden Road closed in both directions at Loop 101. Try Scottsdale Road as an alternate route.
- Loop 303 southbound is closed is at El Mirage Road for installation of traffic flow sensors from Friday 10 p.m. until noon Saturday. Traffic can exit to southbound El Mirage Road and use westbound Bell Road to reach Loop 303 southbound.
As always, please stay alert and be prepared to slow down and merge safely when approaching and traveling through work zones.
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