PHX Sky Train® Shutdowns Occurring in May

The second stage of construction of the PHX Sky Train® track is complete and testing is being conducted at night to prepare for initial operations later this year. We apologize for the nightly shutdowns listed here but they will be worth it when it provides easy transit across the entire airport upon completion.

The PHX Sky Train® will shut down Tuesday, May 3 through Thursday, May 26 at the listed times:

From 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

  • Thursday, May 5 through Sunday, May 8
  • Tuesday, May 10 through Tuesday, May 17
  • Thursday, May 19 through Thursday, May 26

From 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

  • Monday, May 9
  • Wednesday, May 18

See map for additional details.

An airport shuttle will be in route to pick up and drop off passengers.

NOTE: Shuttle buses arrive every 20 minutes on average during overnight hours when the PHX Sky Train® is not operating.

Airport Shuttle Stops  
West Economy Garage
Outer curb, east end, near furthest east crosswalk
Terminal 3
North side, outer curb, exit Door 3
South side, outer curb, exit Door 8
Terminal 4
North side, Level 1, exit Door 7; follow signs to shuttle stop
South side, Level 2, exit Door 22; follow signs to shuttle stop
North side, Level 2 curb, exit Door 27 (44th Street Station ONLY
East Economy Lot 
South side of train station, west end
44th Street Station 
North side of train station, east end

 

Westbound Buckeye Road Lane Closures Occurring Until Further Notice

Westbound Buckeye Road will be restricted to one lane from 23rd Street to 25th Place. Please see map. 

 

Interstate 10 Broadway Curve Improvement Project Construction Alerts

The I-10 Broadway Curve Improvement Project may impact your route while traveling to the airport. The project runs 11 miles of the I-10 between Loop 202 and the I-17 near Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Learn more about the Broadway Curve Improvement Project.

 

General Information

Drivers should also be aware that due to construction projects, there could be some roadway restrictions at the airport. Drivers should slow down for construction and watch for signs. Please allow for extra time when traveling.

See ongoing Airport Construction Roadway Restrictions for more information.

This page will be continuously updated to include information on current Sky Harbor related roadway restrictions.

 

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