Starting January 2016, Pinal County Public Works will begin construction on Gantzel Road, Bella Vista Road and Hunt Highway Improvements.
Continued roadway improvement work will take place on Gantzel Road near Combs Road intersection beginning November 2nd.
This phase of the project is scheduled to take two days to complete.
Traffic Alerts Outside of Area:
Ellsworth Road - Empire Boulevard to San Tan Boulevard – A northbound double lane closure will be in place on Ellsworth Road for water and sewer line tie-ins for a new development. These restrictions will be in place for 24 hours a day beginning at 9 a.m. on Oct. 30 to Nov. 1.
The northbound lanes of Ironwood Drive in Apache Junction are scheduled to be closed or restricted on Monday (Oct. 19) and Tuesday (Oct. 20) for routine maintenance.
Westbound US 60, east of Apache Junction (milepost 211) will be narrowed to one lane Wednesday (Oct. 14) from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. to allow Arizona Department of Transportation crews to conduct maintenance work.
A pavement preservation project on Ironwood/Gantzel Road will begin on October 12th.
Due to possible lane restrictions delays will be anticipated.
Roadway improvement work will take place on Gantzel Road near Combs Road intersection beginning September 29th.
The project is scheduled to take approximately one month to complete.
Pinal County Public Works is alerting drivers along Hunt Highway that Johnson Utilities will be working on a reclamation line replacement between Stone Creek Drive and Bella Vista Road.
The Meridian Road Traffic Interchange project on US 60 (Superstition Freeway) in the East Valley will require the following lane restrictions to accommodate overnight work.
Passing-lane project continues with another 90-minute closure at 9 a.m.
Motorists traveling along State Route 87 in the City of Coolidge (milepost 25) need to be aware that Tucson Electric Power Company will be performing utility work that will require 15-minute intermittent closures in both directions on Sunday (Aug. 16) from 4 a.m. to noon to install an overhead wire.