11/21: Weekend Closures


Happy Friday! We are happy to say that we aren't showing any major closures or expected delays on the I-10 freeway throughout the state. 

That means that it will be smooth traveling for those of you commuting and for those of you who will be traveling for the upcoming holiday next week. 

As always, make sure you drive safe, and you drive smart! Have a safe and great weekend!

Eastbound I-10 reopens after accident at Picacho


11/20/14 -- Eastbound lanes of Interstate 10 have reopened in Picacho after being closed for about two hours Thursday morning because of an accident involving two tractor-trailer rigs.

Picacho is located between Casa Grande and Tucson.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety says one semi rolled on its side but there were no injuries.

Westbound lanes were unaffected.
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I-10 eastbound reopens in Picacho
PHOENIX -- Interstate 10 eastbound has reopened about 10 miles east of Casa Grande in Picacho following an earlier rollover that involved two semis, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

Westbound lanes were unaffected and remained open.
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Crash closes I-10 eastbound in Picacho

Traffic detoured onto frontage road

PHOENIX -- A rollover involving two semis has closed Interstate 10 eastbound about 10 miles east of Casa Grande in Picacho, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

Traffic is detoured onto the frontage road from mileposts 211-212, but drivers should expect delays and allow for extra travel time.

There is no estimated time to reopen eastbound lanes. Westbound lanes are unaffected.

I-10 Semi Truck Accident closes traffic near Casa Grande


11/17/14 -  An accident occurred after 11 a.m. near milepost 179 sent three patients to a Chandler hospital. Those involved in the crash have serious to critical injuries.

At least two vehicles, including a semi truck, were involved, DPS says. Backups appear to stretch for miles. One lane was closed in each direction..

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11/14: Weekend Closures


Happy Friday! We aren't showing any major closures on the I-10 Freeway this weekend. That means smooth sailing for commuters. Remember, stay updated as we will continually give route updates should part of the I-10 end up with some kind of closure or delay. Have a safe weekend!

Pedestrian killed on I-10 in Avondale identified


11/10/14 - Authorities have identified a 32-year-old Avondale man killed Saturday on Interstate 10 in the West Valley.

Gilbert Salas Gutierrez died after he was hit by a truck, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

The incident happened just before 4 a.m. in the westbound lanes of I-10 near Avondale Boulevard where authorities said Gutierrez had been traveling on foot.

The truck struck Gutierrez after he ran down a dirt freeway embankment along I-10 and into traffic, DPS said.

AZ Supreme Court to consider crossover collision case


11/4/14 - On Thursday, the Arizona Supreme Court is scheduled to decide whether to review a multi-million dollar freeway collision judgment against the state, or let the award stand. Plaintiffs attorneys and roadway safety advocates say the court's decision could send a signal to the Arizona Department of Transportation that it's time to make safety improvements on I-10 between Phoenix and Tucson.

CBS 5 - KPHO

10/31: Weekend Closures



Happy Halloween! We hope you and your loved ones have a safe and fun night of trick or treating! 

We are not showing any any major closures on the I-10 Freeway in Arizona this weekend. 

That makes for smooth traveling for those of you that will be out and about.

Remember to always drive safe, and to drive smart! Don't ever drive distracted, and don't drive drunk! Have a safe weekend!

Check back to see if there are any updated closures throughout the weekend. We will keep you updated!

UPDATED: Fatal crash closes eastbound I-10 near Marana


10/28/14  - A fatal crash has closed eastbound Interstate 10 west of Marana on Tuesday morning, the Arizona Department of Transportation said.

The two-vehicle crash happened about 4:33 a.m. and blocked all eastbound lanes.

There was not estimated time as to when the lanes would reopen, an ADOT spokesman said. Traffic was using the front road to get past the crash site at milepost 231.

ADOT said the westbound lanes were briefly closed,.

Update 9:49am - all lanes are now open.