The Arizona Department of Transportation will begin multiple projects throughout Flagstaff beginning in April, as well as continuing unfinished projects, as the winter weather finally calms down. The first project ADOT will be working on is along Milton Road. Crews will be replacing pavement on the roadway and making sidewalk repairs from Forest Meadows Street near the I-40 to Phoenix Avenue near Flagstaff City Hall. Crews will work during nighttime hours to avoid daytime traffic. ADOT will also begin replacing the A-1 Mountain Road bridge five miles west of the I-17 interchange. A 40-day full-closure of the on and off-ramps will be in place, followed by temporary closures and travel restrictions. ADOT will also repave a 28-mile stretch of the I-17 south of Flagstaff to repair damage created from winter weather and create a smoother roadway. Single lane restrictions as well as travel delays in the southbound direction will be in place. Improvement to State Route 89A in Oak Creek will also be made. ADOT will perform rock fall mitigation, erosion control, and work on the Pumphouse Wash Bridge. 89A will remain open for travel, with the exception of limited day and nighttime lane closures. In continuation from last year’s project, ADOT will continue to replace pavement along the I-40 eastbound from the I-17 interchange to Walnut Canyon Road. Crews with ADOT also plan on finishing work under the Rio De Flag bridge as well as finishing the I-40 bridge replacement over Business 30 west of Flagstaff. ADOT reminds drivers and motorists to slow down and use caution when around crews and equipment.