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ADOT Rock Containment Work Between Globe & Show Low

October 3rd, 2013

The Arizona Department of Transportation is starting a project that will see them “repairing rock containment fences and support structures, rock scaling, minor pavement widening and resurfacing, grading excavation ditches and cleaning culverts” on Oct. 15th. The work will be done in the San Carlos and White Mountain Apache Reservations at mileposts 290, 295, 296, & 321 on US 60 between Globe & Show Low. The project is happening in two parts; from Oct. 15th, to part of January when it halts for the winter & when it gets underway again in the spring of 2014.

The work itself is secheduled for 7 am to 5 pm, Monday through Thursday. Lanes will need to be closed in both directions at times along with single lane closures. Drivers should expect delays & potential closures of 30 minutes.

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