TUCSON – A month since the road’s initial opening, the ramps connecting Ina Road with Interstate 10 in Marana are expected to open later Monday evening.
On March 14, Ina Road partially reopened, allowing Ina Road traffic to travel over the I-10 and the Pacific Railroad tracks in Marana after about two years of closure. With the work expected to finish later this spring, the $128 million traffic interchange project will be one of the largest projects completed in Tucson in recent years.
According to officials, the Ina Road on and off ramps are expected to open sometime overnight Monday, just in time for the motorists Tuesday morning.
Authorities say Ina will be widened from I-10 to the Santa Cruz River in connection to the project. The Marana road will also be connected to the new bridges.
Arizona Department of Transportation officials say this work is expected to be completed around June.
For more information, visit azdot.gov.