In December 2014, the Union Pacific Railroad notified the Town that the Combs Rd. railroad crossing is in need of emergency repair, necessitating full closure of the roadway for a period of 24-48 hours. The exact location is on Combs Rd. east of Rittenhouse, to Meridian.
Phase 2 construction for Hunt Hwy began January 5, 2015, but many of you have asked why no traffic restrictions have been put in place as of yet or why no machinery can be seen.
Storm water system repairs will take place on Hunt Highway between Thompson Road and Empire Boulevard.
Pinal County Public Works crews are monitoring closed roads due to high water in and around washes. We will work to ensure that updated information is made available as soon as possible.
The Arizona Department of Transportation will close the right lane of westbound US 60 west of the town of Superior in Pinal County today, Aug. 21, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to repair damaged drainage dikes.
While a traffic light was being installed over the weekend, there was damage to a sewer main break. As a result of the damage, the road was barricaded and has caused the temporary closure of the west leg of Empire Boulevard at Gary Road.
The area that is involved is Empire Blvd between Zachary Rd and Gary Road
Empire Boulevard and Meridian Road/Gary Road – MCDOT will begin construction of a new traffic signal at this intersection from late July through late September. Temporary lane closures will be in place during this time.
Hunt Highway - Pinal County began construction of Phase 1 Hunt Hwy improvements in Dec. 2013. Phase 1 includes 1.7 miles of road widening beginning at Empire Road. Temporary pavement and lane closures will be in place through August 2014. Pinal County suggests a detour route using Gary Road and Empire Road.
The Pinal County Public Works Department is alerting drivers in the Queen Creek area of an improvement project taking place on Ocotillo Road between 214th Place and Rittenhouse Road. This project is being done by the Town of Queen Creek and Union Pacific Rail Road.
Pinal County Public Works is alerting residents in San Tan Valley, of a flood mitigation project that will begin on Monday, June 16 and last until the end of the year.
Pinal County crews are preparing to apply slurry seals to several roads in the unincorporated Apache Junction, San Tan Valley and Johnson Ranch areas. Work will begin on Monday, April 7 and is scheduled to be finished by April 11.