Last updated Friday, Nov. 15
Crews will activate new signal systems at the I-10 interchanges at Kolb and Rita roads between Tuesday, Nov. 12, and Friday, Nov. 15. Drivers can expect intermittent delays.
Drivers should plan for lane restrictions on I-10 near the San Simon Port of Entry Nov. 18-27 because of a commercial truck screening improvement project.
Restrictions will happen Monday through Friday, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The highway will be narrowed to one lane in both directions between mileposts 383 and 385, and a 14-foot vehicle width restriction will be imposed.
W. Calle Don Miguel, between S. Paseo Don Juan and Avenida Don Arturo will be closed for one to two weeks. Crews will be removing pavement and replacing it and installing manhole and sewer main crossing Calle Don Miguel.
The northbound median lane of Campbell Avenue will be closed Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. beginning Nov. 4 for median island improvements.
Southbound lanes will remain open.
Work is scheduled to be completed by the end of November.
The Broadway Boulevard access ramps to the Loop are closed, and will be closed for several weeks. Crews will begin to disassemble bypass pipes on the Broadway section of the Loop starting the latter part of the week of Nov. 18. Bicyclists are asked to walk their bikes in the construction area. All users of the Loop should heed message boards, signage and flaggers, and exercise caution around temporary bypass pipes.
Manhole rehabilitation and anti-corrosive coating application continues on Speedway Boulevard. The westbound left lane and the eastbound right lane on Speedway Boulevard will experience intermittent closures while work is underway. Substantial completion is expected by the end of November.
Traffic impacts on Broadway Boulevard will be minimal, and primarily located in front of the Lazy Boy Furniture Gallery, 7671 E. Broadway Blvd.
Drivers on Speedway Boulevard will encounter intermittent traffic control changes and delays between Prudence Road and the Pantano Bridge. This work is scheduled to end before the end of November.
Beginning Monday, Oct. 28, crews will begin installation of a HAWK pedestrian crossing signal at the intersection of Belvedere Avenue and 22nd Street.
During the work, two lanes of travel will be maintained on each direction on 22nd Street.
This project is scheduled to be complete by the end of November 2019. The traveling public can expect delays when driving in this work area.
Hartman Lane will be closed until November for sewer installation between the cul-de-sac on Hartman Lane, just south of Eaglestone Loop, and Camino Horizante. This closure will be in place 24-hours per day and will take approximately five months to complete.
- The intersection of Eaglestone Loop and Hartman Lane will be closed.
- Southbound only turn movements will be permitted from the cul-de-sac to Hartman Lane.
- Drivers wanting access to Eaglestone Loop can use Fireopal Way as an alternate route
- North and southbound travel will be permitted on Hartman Lane between Cortaro Farms Road and the cul-de-sac just south of Eaglestone Loop.
- There is no access to Cortaro Farms Road from Hartman Lane north of Eaglestone Loop.
Residents of N. Scenic Drive between the addresses 9011 and 8975 will have to contend with a construction zone beginning on Thursday, June 20. No estimate was given for how long the project would last.
Road closed signs will mark the construction zone, which will be closed to the public and should never be entered.
Access to 9011 N. Scenic Drive and any residences north will need to use Twin Peaks/Silverbell Road to the north. Access to 8975 N. Scenic Drive and any residence south will need to use Pima Farms Road to the south.
For Residents of Scenic Drive: A sign will be placed at each driveway along Scenic Drive with an arrow showing the direction of ingress/egress for that day. Crews will make every effort to keep this direction the same throughout the day.
If garbage cans are within the construction zone, they will be moved outside of the zone to allow for pickup. Crews will help with mail delivery access if mailboxes are within the construction zone.