Arizona’s new Chief Joseph highway is scheduled to change tune next week, a move that could be a big boon to motorists.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has scheduled the highway to change its tune in the wildcat mountains in the state’s east.
The change is slated for July 4, and is expected to reduce traffic and reduce COVID-19 transmission.
Drivers who drive into the Arizona mountains during the summer months will be able to access the new highway.
The department has posted the map of the new Highway Tune in Arizona at www.azdot.state.az.
Doug Ducey said the change will help alleviate the congestion that has been plaguing the roads in the past two years.
Driving through the mountains, you get a feeling of being in a different place, Ducely said.
It will allow you to see a lot of the scenery that is in the hills and valleys and make you feel like you are traveling through a different country.
It will make you want to come back again.
Driven by the Arizona Department Of Transportation, a truck will carry a trailer that will carry people on a short trip across the highway.
A special truck will also carry supplies to the mountains for the people who need them.
There are two entrances to the Highway Tune.
It takes you into the mountains and you go into the valley.
There are a lot more people than in previous years, Dincey said.
The department is working on a number of other road projects in the western Arizona region, including an interchange in the Phoenix area.
It is expected the new road will create a lot fewer congestion than the old one.