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Loop 101 restricted for car-pool lane construction

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Posted: Thursday, August 21, 2008 6:40 pm | Updated: 9:55 pm, Fri Oct 7, 2011.

Construction on the final stretch of Loop 101's car-pool lane between Tatum Boulevard and Princess Drive is scheduled to begin Friday night.

As a result, the Arizona Department of Transportation plans to close eastbound Loop 101 between Tatum and Hayden Road from 11 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday.

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Restrictions are planned on eastbound Loop 101 from 11 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday. A complete eastbound closure will take place initially, but ADOT plans to reopen one eastbound lane between Scottsdale and Hayden roads on Saturday morning. PHOENIX, 56th St., Scottsdale Rd., Loop 101eastbound lane restrictions, Loop 101, State Route 51, Union Hills Dr., Mayo Blvd., Hayden Rd., Tatum Blvd., Thompson Peak Pkwy., Scottsdale, Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Scottsdale Airport, SCOTTSDALE, Bell Rd.Map by Scott Kirchhofer/EAST VALLEY TRIBUNE

ADOT encourages motorists to use southbound state Route 51 to Cactus Road to avoid traffic expected to build up onTatum. For north local and business access during the closure, ADOT recommends taking Tatum south to Mayo Boulevard, Mayo east to Scottsdale Road and Scottsdale Road north to Loop 101. Streets in the affected area can also be accessed from Mayo.

The $14 million section is expected to be complete by next summer and will add one high-occupancy-vehicle lane in each direction, a concrete median barrier, median lighting and rubberized asphalt. The segment will link 38 miles of car-pool lanes when completed.

Meanwhile, Scottsdale is advising motorists to be aware that the intersection of Scottsdale Road and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard continues to be restricted to one lane of traffic and one left-turn lane in all directions through late November.

Crews in that vicinity are widening Scottsdale Road from four lanes to six lanes and installing underground utility lines and working on drainage improvements.

City officials say plans are under way to install bicycle lanes and a landscaped median in the area.

Visit www.scottsdaleaz.gov for the latest on road closures and detour routes

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