The south Phoenix crash involved two cars, and two people needed to be extricated from their vehicle Thursday evening, officials said.
The Deck Park Tunnel on the I-10 in downtown Phoenix is getting a new, modern LED lighting system to replace their 30-year-old lights.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety said multiple people were injured as a result of the crash, however, the severity of the injuries is unknown.
The eastbound Loop 202 has reopened at the Loop 101 after a crash caused serious injuries on Feb. 21, according to the Arizona Dept. of Transportation.
When first responders arrived, they found that one of the cars was fully engulfed in flames. The driver of that car was pronounced dead at the scene.
According to DPS, the crash happened when a woman on a motorcycle was rear-ended by another vehicle. The woman was thrown off the motorcycle and hit by another vehicle.
The Loop 202 northbound has reopened at Broadway Road after a car struck a wall at high speed, killing one person, officials say.
The three-vehicle crash occurred early Wednesday morning, and the Dept. of Public Safety has confirmed that one person has died.
According to DPS, the crash happened along eastbound I-10 at the Salt River Bridge, east of 24th Street. A commercial box truck and pickup truck were involved in the crash. The driver of the pickup truck was pronounced dead at the scene.
DPS said the crash happened when a vehicle that was traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes crashed head-on into another vehicle near Chandler Boulevard.
The department says the extension is scheduled to open by late 2022 and provide drivers with a new route to east growing traffic demands.
Officials said six people were pronounced dead following the pileup crash, which stretched for nearly a mile in the southbound lanes of Interstate 35W near Northside Drive north of downtown.
New video has been released of a single-car crash that happened in the Zoo Interchange Saturday morning, Feb. 6.
A crash involving five cars has closed most lines of the I-17 southbound near the I-10 stack.
Multiple people were injured in a crash that blocked the I-17 northbound on Saturday.
ADOT says it has set up a “smart work zone” on the I-40 with a remotely controlled system to provide drivers with real-time instructions based on changing circumstances.
Drivers can re-enter the freeway at 75th Avenue, and investigators estimate that the closure will remain in effect for roughly three hours.
A jackknifed semi truck has been cleared from the road after blocking the I-17 southbound near Deer Valley, according to the Arizona Dept. of Transportation.
Portions of two interstate highways were among multiple routes that remained closed due to difficult driving conditions from winter weather in Arizona’s high country.
Arizona DPS is investigating a rollover crash that closed the I-10 westbound overnight on Jan. 22.