Arizona DOT: US 89 Back in Business After Landslide

Posted by Infra on Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

US 89 in northern Arizona is now open for travel. ADOT has completed an extensive $25 million repair of the landslide damaged roadway, removing approximately one million cubic yards of rock material, realigning the roadway, and constructing a rock buttress at the base of the slide.

For more than two years, community members – including school children – of Bitter Springs, Marble Canyon and Cedar Ridge had to use alternate routes in order to travel to and from the Page and Lake Powell areas.

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