Since we are finally coming out of a cold spring, ADOT plans to ramp up road work as we head into the summer months. Work has resumed along Interstate 40 between Cataract Lake and Parks west of Flagstaff, as crews repair ramps and guardrails at the Grand Canyon Boulevard interchange. Crews will also lay fresh pavement along 17 miles of Interstate-40. In June, crews will resume paving northbound I-17 from the Coconino County line to I-40 in Flagstaff. In mid-August, repairs will be done on damaged pavement along State Route 89A through Oak Creek Canyon, covering 12 miles between Sedona and the Pumphouse Wash Bridge. ADOT says they will try to limit traffic disruptions by not scheduling work during weekends and holidays.