Reopening Westbound I-10 in Arizona Expected to Take up to 48 Hours

ADOT launches project to shore up bridge damaged by semi crash

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Temporary bridge repairs needed to reopen westbound Interstate 10 in southeastern Arizona, where a semi-tractor trailer crash damaged the US 191 overpass east of Willcox, are expected to take up to 48 hours, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. 

An ADOT contractor is mobilizing personnel, equipment and materials needed to shore up the bridge. This work will begin Wednesday afternoon and will continue around the clock until ADOT can safely reopen the westbound freeway. 

Eastbound I-10 is open through the area.

Westbound I-10 traffic is detouring:

  • south and east on State Route 80 from Roadforks, New Mexico, to US 191 in Douglas;
  • north on US 191 north to Davis Road in McNeal;
  • west on Davis Road to SR 80;
  • north SR 80 through Tombstone to SR 82;
  • west on SR 82 to SR 90 in Whetstone; and
  • north on SR 90 to I-10 Benson.

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