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There are no scheduled lane restrictions or closures for the I-10 Wild Horse Pass Corridor

DesignConstruction

I-10 Bridges over the Gila River Project Mileposts 172 – 174

The I-10 Bridges Over the Gila River Project will replace the existing two-lane bridges with new three-lane bridges with wide shoulders and reconstruct the existing two-lane roadway approaches as three lane roadways in each direction with wide shoulders in the median of I-10. The Gila River Bridge is about 1,400 feet long.

A construction award was made on January 12, 2024 after a winning bid of $50.9 million was received for construction costs. Construction on the bridge began May 13, 2024, and is expected to last through 2026.

Expected Construction Timeline 2024 – 2026

A map showing the project segment limits of the I-10 Bridges over the Gila River Project.

Construction Updates

Updated: 7/17/2024

Schedules are always subject to change because of weather or other unforeseen factors.

There are no scheduled lane restrictions or closures for the I-10 Wild Horse Pass Corridor

The Arizona Department of Transportation has no scheduled lane restrictions or closures for the I-10 Wild Horse Pass Corridor for July 18 - 28.

For up-to-date traffic information, check az511.com or the AZ511 app.

 az511.com

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