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Latest Interstate 10 in Arizona Stories

2008-09-28 09:00:23

Road projects are under way throughout the metropolitan area. A few have changes drivers should watch out for this week. Thornydale Road widening: Paving in the North Thornydale Road widening project from West Orange Grove Road to the Canada del Oro Wash will affect traffic this week.

2008-08-02 06:00:24

By The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Aug. 2--Crews will be demolishing portions of the Oracle Road bridge over the Canada del Oro wash this week, causing some lane closures in the area throughout the week.

2008-07-20 06:00:36

By The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Jul. 20--Though the Interstate 10 widening project stretches all along Tucson's West Side, it's the construction at the underpasses that affects traffic the most.

2008-07-13 06:00:26

By The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Jul. 13--This week is like every other, with its share of Interstate 10 construction for drivers to dodge in Tucson. The project entails widening I-10 to four lanes in each direction from West Prince Road to 29th Street, and rebuilding several bridges in between.

2008-06-25 06:02:59

By Andrea Kelly, The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Jun. 25--A citizens' committee voted Monday to recommend a route for the long-delayed final mile of Barraza-Aviation Parkway that protects nearby historic warehouses and won't displace any homes.

2008-06-22 06:00:26

By The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Jun. 22--The Interstate 10 widening project in Tucson continues with a lot of bridge work and a nearly complete closure of I-10 early Monday.

2006-11-03 21:00:14

Airline passengers and airport workers are advised by the California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) that there may be some delays getting to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) beginning this Saturday, Nov.


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