Arizona DOT: No Highway Construction Closures Over New Year’s Weekend

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As the holiday travel season nears an end, the Arizona Department of Transportation reminds drivers to plan for winter weather in areas and to focus on safety. No full closures for construction are scheduled along state highways over the New Year’s weekend.

Drivers can still expect heavier traffic at times due to holiday travel and a forecast for rain or snow, particularly on New Year’s Day. ADOT advises drivers to be prepared and “expect the unexpected” when heading out on the highway. Consider delaying travel if winter weather is causing snow packed or icy conditions.

No construction closures are planned between Friday afternoon and Tuesday morning, Jan. 3, over New Year’s weekend. Drivers should be prepared to slow down and merge safely in areas where existing work zones are in place.

Allowing extra travel time also is recommended in case of unscheduled restrictions due to disabled vehicles, crashes and inclement weather.


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