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Albuquerque Traffic Alerts
Title: US 550 northbound and southbound at mile marker 53
Description: Bridge work on US 550, mile marker 53 (just south of Cuba) will have a 10' width restriction with concrete wall barrier in place. Work will begin on 3/19/14 until the project is complete. Please drive with caution, reduce speed and obey all posted traffic signs. This event will be updated as conditions change.
Post Date: Wed Mar 19 10:04:20 MDT 2014
Update Date: Mon Jul 21 16:16:16 MDT 2014
Expiration Date: unknown
Title: US 60, 5 miles East of Fort Sumner at mile marker 332
Description: Construction has ceased until Spring 2014 on access improvements for the De Baca County Waste Transfer Station on US 60 east of Ft. Sumner. Contractor: Robert E. Rivera Construction Inc. 575-472-3891
Post Date: 2013-09-24 11:02:10.27
Update Date: 2014-07-17 11:05:08.662
Expiration Date: unknown
Title: New Mexico 185 northbound and southbound from mile marker 0 to mile marker 4, center lane closed.
Description: The NMDOT Maintenance Section will be placing hot mix along the shoulder of NM 185 in north of Las Cruces. Motorists will encounter lane restrictions and reduction in speed. Working hours will be 8:00 am until 3:00 pm Monday to Friday, with the project scheduled for completion on Tuesday July 1st. Please proceed with caution.
Post Date: Tue Jun 24 12:56:33 MDT 2014
Update Date: 2014-07-15 07:37:43.053
Expiration Date: unknown
Title: Interstate 40 eastbound and westbound from mile marker 197 to mile marker 209
Description: Moriarty - Moriarty - NMDOT continues construction on the Moriarty West Interchange (Exit 194) and on the I-40 roadway improvement. The interchange work will consist of removing the old concrete and replacing it with new concrete. The Moriarty West Interchange work is anticipated to be completed by end of August 2014, weather permitting. The I-40 roadway rehabilitation work will consist of removing the top 3.5 inches of pavement and replacing it back through a mill and inlay process. -The roadway rehabilitation work will be located on the I-40 east and west bound lanes from mile marker 197 to mile marker 209.4 just east of Moriarty. Traffic Impacts: As of Friday May, 16 the I-40 Moriarty East Bound Exit 194 off-ramp has been RE-OPENED. -Starting Sunday, May 18 the I-40 Moriarty Westbound Exit 194 off-ramp will be CLOSED. The closure will remain in effect for 45 days and is scheduled to be RE-OPENED on July 1. Motorists can use the I-40 on ramp two miles east at (Exit 197) -The roadway rehabilitation work will include intermittent lane closures on I-40 east and west bound lanes Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The speed limit has been reduced to 55 mph through the work zone. NMDOT Project Engineer is Habib Abi-Khalil. Contactor is Mountain States Constructors, Inc. NMDOT urges motorists to proceed through the work zone with caution, watch for construction personnel, observe traffic control signing, and reduced speed to the posted speed limit.
Post Date: 2014-03-11 12:21:17.923
Update Date: 2014-07-16 16:18:46.753
Expiration Date: unknown
Title: US 380 at mile marker 52
Description: White Sands Missile Range periodically has missile firings over US 70 and/or US 380. During the firings the road or roads will be temporarily closed. Please call 575-678-1178 for daily information on possible closure dates and times for firings. This is a permanent alert and will not be updated regularly. (dm)
Post Date: Thu Feb 06 13:26:11 MST 2014
Update Date: 2014-07-18 08:44:45.074
Expiration Date: unknown


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