The Maricopa County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) has announced that maintenance work is underway on the Deer Valley Bridge, stretching from 109th Avenue to 117th Avenue.

The project, which is set to continue through June, will see crews applying a protective epoxy sealant to the bridge deck surface to ensure its longevity and safety.

As a result of the construction efforts, motorists traveling through the area will encounter temporary lane restrictions. MCDOT has implemented a flagging operation to maintain one lane of travel, allowing alternating traffic flow at reduced speeds to ensure worker and driver safety.
The work schedule runs Monday to Friday, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., and may extend to the weekend as necessary to meet project timelines. However, officials have assured that no construction will occur during holiday periods to ease travel for holiday commuters.

Travelers are advised to exercise caution when driving through the construction zone, to slow down, and to anticipate the need for additional travel time. Motorists should stay alert for the presence of crews and equipment and adhere strictly to all posted traffic control signs.

MCDOT is committed to keeping the public informed and reducing the impact on daily commutes.
Those with questions or in need of more detailed information regarding the Deer Valley Bridge works are encouraged to contact the Project Hotline at 602-506-3342 or send an email to [email protected], referencing Project Number: MB2404.