Loop 101 ramps in Scottsdale to close for two months
PHOENIX — Four Loop 101 ramps in Scottsdale will be closed for approximately 60 days as part of an ongoing freeway widening project.
The westbound Loop 101 on-ramp at Hayden Road and westbound off-ramp at Scottsdale Road are scheduled to close at 9 p.m. Monday.
They are expected to be closed until mid-August as part of the Arizona Department of Transportation’s $185 million project to add lanes and make other improvements.
Drivers who use the Hayden Road on-ramp are encouraged to use the on-ramps at Pima or Scottsdale roads.
Drivers who exit at Scottsdale Road are encouraged to exit at Hayden Road or 64th Street.
On June 24, two other ramps are scheduled to close for about two months.
Starting Monday evening, the entrance and exit ramps on Loop 101 at Scottsdale and Hayden roads will close for about 2 months at part of the L-101 widening project. More: https://t.co/iir00OFpVh#PhxTraffic pic.twitter.com/mSWEhGWvbe
— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) June 16, 2019
The eastbound Loop 101 on-ramp at Scottsdale Road and eastbound off-ramp at Hayden Road will close at 9 p.m. and be closed until mid-August.
The Loop 101 Improvement Project is adding new right lanes in areas along 13 miles of the freeway between Interstate 17 in north Phoenix and Pima Road/Princess Drive in north Scottsdale.
The project, started in February 2019, is scheduled for completion in early 2021.