Road construction coming to Kingman and Golden Valley

Construction coming to Highway 68

GOLDEN VALLEY - Construction of new turn lanes may cause traffic snags in Golden Valley starting Tuesday.

The Arizona Department of Transportation will begin building three westbound right-turn lanes along State Route 68 to improve traffic mobility. The new turning lanes will be located at Roosevelt Drive, Verde Road and Marana Drive.

While there will be limited travel impacts, motorists are urged to comply with the posted speed limit and be aware of construction equipment and personnel. Crews will be working Monday through Thursday, 6 a.m.-5 p.m.

The $320,000 project is expected to be complete in August.

ADOT works to inform the public about planned highway restrictions, but there are always possibilities of unscheduled closures or restrictions. Weather can also affect a project schedule.

To stay up to date with the latest highway conditions around the state, visit the ADOT Traveler Information Center at or call 511.

Upcoming projects

KINGMAN - Mohave County Public Works plans the following for the coming week:

North of Kingman, the blade will be working on roads off Stockton Hill Road including Calle Salinas, Calle Chavez, and Falcon Valley Road. East of Kingman, the blade will be maintaining Hualapai Mountain Road, Atherton Drive, Deer Canyon Road and roads in Pinion Pines.

In Golden Valley, crews are beginning the Legend Ranch Road heavy maintenance project. This week, crews will begin preparing the existing roadbed for eventual soil stabilization and chip sealing. The project is expected to be completed by the end of August.

In Golden Valley, the blades will be active in the following areas:

South: Navajo and Garnet area;

Southeast: between Shinarump and Highway 68;

Northeast: Bacobi and Chino area;

Northwest: Hermit Road.

Additionally, crews will be repairing potholes and sweeping in So-Hi Estates and on Chino from Colorado to Milky Way.

In Meadview, crews will be repairing potholes as needed. One blade will be maintaining Gregg's Hideout Road and Pierce Ferry Road as needed. The other will be completing Unit 4 (Crescent Drive, Mead Drive and Jamaica/King Tut Drive) before moving onto Antares Road.

South of Yucca, the blade will continue working southward on Butch Cassidy Road. Farther south, another blade will be completing Chicken Springs Road, and a third will be maintaining Alamo Road from the end of pavement to Chicken Springs Road (MP8 to MP28). Additionally, on Butch Cassidy Road at Red Cloud Drive, crews will be constructing gabion basket drainage structures.