Storm causes multiple road closures across northern Arizona

Interstate 40 is closed across northern Arizona. (Photo/ADOT)

Interstate 40 is closed across northern Arizona. (Photo/ADOT)

WILLIAMS, Ariz. - The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is announcing closures on several highways and interstates in northern Arizona. Notably, Interstate 40 is closed in both directions from Highway 93 to Winslow, and eastbound from Hwy 93 to Seligman. I-17 is closed from Hwy 179 to Flagstaff, and Hwy 89A is closed from Sedona to Flagstaff. The closure on I-40 could possibly last through Saturday, while the other closures have undetermined end times.

ADOT has placed signage along the highways and interstates, and YCSO deputies have placed closure signs on Perkinsville Rd near Drake. Drivers are encouraged to check for up to date information before embarking on their journey.

From ADOT Facebook Page: The following highways are closed because of extreme winter weather:

I-40 between US 93 and Winslow (MP 72-252)

SR 87 between Winslow and Payson (MP 342-252)

US 180 north of Snowbowl (MP 236-248)

SR 260 between Indian Pine and Greer (MP 385-360)

SR 260 between Camp Verde and SR 87 (MP 220-252)

SR 260 between Star Valley and Heber-Overgaard (MP 257-302)

SR 89A Sedona and I-17 (MP 375-398)

I-17 NB between SR 179 and Flagstaff (MP 298-340)

SR 64 near the Grand Canyon (MP 240-264)

US 191 near Alpine (MP 225-252)

If weather conditions deteriorate, additional highway closures may become necessary.

For real-time highway conditions and more information about road closures in Arizona, visit , call 511, or download the following application:



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