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NM traffic report for Nov. 20-Dec.1

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Interstate:

I-40, mile marker 44, Coolidge Interchange

El Terrero Construction, LLC has switched traffic to the eastbound lanes. Eastbound has two lanes open and westbound is reduced to one lane via median crossover detour. Speed is reduced to 55 mph through the work zone.The contractor’s work hours are 7 am to 6pm, weekdays.

All traffic control will remain in place 24 hours per day, seven days per week.  Peak travel times are Thursdays through Sundays from 2 pm to 9 pm. To avoid delays due to backups, please travel during off-peak travel times.

1-40, mile marker 29.7 - 31.2, east of Gallup near Church Rock

Albuquerque Asphalt continues mill and fill work on I-40 from mile marker 29.7 – 31.2 (at Church Rock).  I-40 will be reduced to one lane.  The contractor will work on the eastbound passing lane Nov. 20, then move to the westbound driving lane Nov. 21 and 22. The contractor will begin work on the eastbound driving lane beginning Nov. 27.

All work is expected to be complete at the end of November.  Speed will be reduced to 55 mph through the work zone.  The contractor’s work hours are 6 am to 6 pm, weekdays.

State Roadways:

NM 566, mile marker 0.000-0.866, BNSF Bridge at Church Rock

FNF Construction, Inc. continues bridge replacement and roadway reconstruction work.  Traffic has been shifted onto the detour pavement, just west of the existing roadway and western portion of the bridge.  Speed is reduced to 35 mph through the work zone.  The contractor’s work hours are 7 am to 6 pm, weekdays.

NM 566, mile marker 6.0-7.0, north of Church Rock

Kiewit New Mexico Co. continues work on a bridge replacement project north of Church Rock.  NM 566 will be reduced in both directions with a flagger to guide traffic through the construction zone.  Expect minor delays.  The contractor’s work hours are 7 am to 6 pm, weekdays.

To help with travel plans and avoid delays, visit www.nmroads.com.

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