Remaining SM Freeway pieces to open

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothill News

Ten months after vehicles were allowed to roll along the South Mountain Freeway, an opening date has been set for the final two pieces of the $1.7-billion project.

The Arizona Department of Transportation has set Monday, Oct. 19 for the opening of the 32nd Street Interchange and the 6-mile multi-use path along the freeway’s southern edge.

“The date could change if something unexpected – for example, severe weather – happens between now and then,” ADOT spokesman Tom Herrmann said.


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