TEMPE — The eastbound lanes of US 60 are now open between Interstate 10 and McClintock Drive.
The freeway was partially up and running as of Sunday afternoon the Arizona Department of Transportation announced.
Both directions of US 60 were closed last week due to a water main break.
REMINDER: US 60 EASTBOUND is open between I-10 and McClintock Drive (after last weekend's water-main break).— Arizona DOT (@ArizonaDOT) May 16, 2022
The I-10 EB on-ramp at Broadway Road and southbound SR 143 on-ramp at University Drive also have been reopened to traffic.#aztraffic #US60 #arizona #Tempe pic.twitter.com/eu8E9iquGj
Westbound US 60 remains closed between Loop 101 and McClintock Drive as water damage repairs continue. A timetable for reopening is not yet available.
The eastbound I-10 on-ramp at Broadway Road and southbound State Route 143 on-ramp at University Drive also have been reopened.
The off-ramp at McClintock Drive remains closed to allow crews to stage equipment for repairs.
ADOT has recommended the following detours for drivers:
- Westbound US 60 is being detoured to north- or southbound Loop 101.
- Northbound Loop 101 drivers can then use westbound Loop 202 (Red Mountain Freeway) toward downtown Phoenix.
- Southbound Loop 101 drivers can used westbound Loop 202 (Santan Freeway) to connect with I-10.
Tempe city officials are expected to give more information on the closures Monday morning.