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Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is expected to follow suit to help free up federal funds for repair of the section of highway along Echo Cliffs that was buckled by a slump Feb. 20...My inability to speak goes out to what I feel about this community." Diak
Cindy Barks The Daily Courier In an effort to save the southern half of the long-awaited Highway 89 widening, local officials are maintaining that postponement of the project could "severely impact" the safe and efficient movement of traffic. Highway
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago The Arizona Department of Transportation is deploying equipment to drill shifts to help determine whether it can proceed with repairing a stretch of US 89 that was closed when pavement buckled...
Geotechnical engineers began evaluating the stability of the mountain slope on Friday. Department of Project Management, said the road damage was likely the result of a slump. "I don't think it was a small earthquake or tremor. It appears to have
Arizona Daily Sun 37 minutes ago To the editor: Sunday, Feb. 10, was a snowy day. At 4 p.m., I left my home to drive along Milton Road and then Route 66 for an errand. Flagstaff, depending on the segment, had not been cindered and were icy. The
Daily Sun readers, how does the road collapse on Highway 89 at the Big Cut impact your daily life?...The road appears to have split in a few places, and is divided by a fissure greater than 5 feet deep in one area. Three accidents resulted from
As the latest winter storm begins to bear down on the southwestern U.S., crews from the Arizona Department of Transportation are preparing to work around the clock to clear state highways of snow and ice as quickly as possible. Flagstaff, Prescott,
Sun Staff Reporter Arizona Daily Sun A three-party agreement announced on Wednesday will lead to significant reinvestment along a portion of South Milton Road as well as a new, state-of-the-art movie theater for Flagstaff over the next few years. A
The $14.6 million project is scheduled to be complete by summer 2014. It will include: construction of three new bridges to replace the current structures, which were built in the late 1940s and do not meet contemporary bridge standards;
The steel bridge, built in 1954, was deemed "structurally deficient" in 2011, according to an online database, and will need to be rebuilt. "We've actually been looking at replacing the entire bridge in the near future," Krugel said, but design hasn'