ADOT: South Mountain Freeway will save 15 million hours of travel time annually

trafficBy KTAR.COM

A new freeway portion connecting the east and west sides of the Phoenix suburbs will save about 15 million hours of travel time annually, the Arizona Department of Transportation said.

The agency said the South Mountain Freeway — which will begin at Pecos Road and Interstate 10 and head around South Mountain before rejoining I-10 near 59th Avenue — will provide relief for a clogged I-10 and surface streets.

ADOT’s estimation includes time spent sitting in traffic at particularly heavy travel areas on I-10, such as the Broadway curve, Tempe and downtown Phoenix.

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