ASHFORK, Ariz. (AP) - A project to preserve the pavement on a 12-mile stretch of Interstate 40 in northern Arizona begins Monday.
The Arizona Department of Transportation says the $4.6 million project near Ashfork will be completed in late summer.
The construction scheduled Monday through Thursday will briefly delay traffic and result in some lane closures in the westbound lanes.
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