Cemex supplies aggregates for Phoenix interchange project

Cemex is supplying more than 100,000 tonnes of aggregates for an interchange project in Phoenix, Arizona, which is expected to reduce congestion.

FNF Construction will use the aggregates to replace two roundabouts that connect I-17 and Happy Valley with a diverging diamond interchange.

Cemex says diverging diamond interchanges allow drivers to get on and off interstates without stopping at traffic signals. Cross traffic follows signals that direct lanes to swap sides of the road, the company adds.

The project is scheduled to be completed in autumn 2020.

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