Arizona DOT: No Highway Closures Scheduled over Fourth of July Weekend

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Drivers planning road trips over the Fourth of July weekend should stay alert and focus on safety. The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and Department of Public Safety, along with other emergency agencies, encourage motorists to check their vehicles, pack their patience and avoid impaired driving of any kind. No full weekend construction or maintenance closures are scheduled along state highways during the extended holiday weekend.

ADOT and its contractors will hold off on any full highway closures from Friday morning, June 30, until Wednesday morning, July 5. 

Drivers should still allow extra travel time and be prepared for lane restrictions in some existing work zones. For example, southbound I-17 is narrowed to one lane in areas along the 30-mile-stretch south of Flagstaff for an ongoing pavement improvement project. Delays should be expected during peak travel times over the holiday weekend.

Motorists planning road trips over the Independence Day weekend should prepare ahead of time for hot and potentially stormy weather in areas. Drivers also should stay alert and bring along essential items in case of an unscheduled stop in traffic.

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