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Road Work Update

GLENN STREET CHIP SEAL – CRAYCROFT ROAD TO
SAHUARA AVENUE

On Wednesday, January 8, 2014, the City of Tucson Department of
Transportation (TDOT) and Western Emulsions will begin a chip seal
project on Glenn Street from Craycroft Road to Sahuara Avenue.

TDOT crews have prepared the roadway for the chip seal application by
repairing potholes and sweeping the roadway. At about 10 a.m. on
Wednesday, crews will begin the chip seal process. The work is scheduled
to be complete by 3 p.m. the same day.

On Monday, January 13, 2014, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., crews will return
to the job site to apply a thin layer of asphalt emulsion that will seal
the roadway. Crews will restripe the roadway on Wednesday, January 15
and Thursday, January 16.

At least one lane of travel in each direction will be maintained during
this project. The traveling public can expect delays when driving and
bicycling in this work area.  Please obey all traffic control signs and
watch for construction personnel and equipment in the work zone.
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TRAFFIC ALERT

TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROL CHANGES AT HOUGHTON ROAD
AND BROADWAY INTERSECTION

On Thursday, January 9, 2014, beginning at 9 a.m., the City of Tucson
Department of Transportation (TDOT) and Borderland Construction will
switch traffic control from the old traffic signals to the new temporary
traffic signals at the Houghton Road and Broadway intersection. During
the work and until the new temporary traffic signals are in operation,
Tucson Police officers will direct traffic through the intersection. The
switch-over is scheduled to be complete by 4 p.m. the same day.

The traveling public can expect delays when driving, bicycling or
walking in this work area.  Please obey all traffic control signs and
watch for construction personnel and equipment in the work zone.

This is a project of the Regional Transportation Authority.  The
voter-approved, $2.1 billion RTA plan will be implemented through 2026.
Details about the full plan are available at
www.RTAmobility.com<http://www.rtamobility.com/>.
The
Regional Transportation Authority has a nine-member board with
representatives from local, state and tribal governments.  This project
will be managed by the City of Tucson.