If you’re planning to travel through or to Bouse between Monday, Sept. 14 and Thursday, Sept. 24, the Arizona Department of Transportation says to expect delays. Crews will be working on State Route 72, striping the roadway and replacing rumble strips, a safety feature on the edge of the roadway.
ADOT said the work is part of pavement preservation projects on highways all across the state.
The work will take place from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays. The work will start Monday, Sept. 14 and is scheduled to be completed Thursday, Sept. 24. The following restrictions will be in place:
Alternating lane closures will occur on east- and westbound SR 72 between the junction of SR 72 and SR 95 in Parker South and milepost 30 near Joshua Drive. The SR 72-SR 95 intersection is locally known as 12-Mile Junction.
Motorists should anticipate a two-mile lane restriction while crews progress through the work zone.
Flaggers and a pilot car will direct motorists through the area.
A 16-foot wide vehicle restriction will be in place.
Motorists should allow extra travel time and plan for possible delays while work is underway.