Street Bonds Road Recovery City-Wide Crack Seal Program

Southern Arizona Paving and Construction Co, under contract with the City of Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT), has begun crack sealing several roadways throughout the City of Tucson. The work is scheduled to be complete by Wednesday, November 26, 2014. Crews will be working Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. This work is part of the voter-approved $100 million, five-year street bond program - Road Recovery. During this work, travel lane restrictions will be in place, however at least one lane of travel will be maintained. Below are the locations where the crack sealing work will take place.

Tanque Verde Road and Catalina Highway Intersection.
Golf Links Road - Mann Avenue to Kolb Road.
Golf Links Road and Wilmot Road Intersection.
Wilmot Road - 29th Street to Nicaragua Drive.
22nd Street - Alvernon Way to Swan Road.
Campbell Avenue - Benson Highway to Valencia Road.
Mission Road/Starr Pass Boulevard/Grande Avenue Intersection.
Starr Pass Boulevard - Camino Santiago to Santa Cruz Lane.
Congress Street - Grande Avenue to the I-10 Frontage Road.
Alameda Street - Stone Avenue to Church Avenue.
Stone Avenue and Toole Avenue Intersection.
Toole Avenue - Stone Avenue to Fourth Avenue.
Anklam Road and Greasewood Road Intersection.
St. Mary’s Road - Anklam Road to Silverbell Road.
Fort Lowell Road - Oracle Road to Country Club Road.
Campbell Avenue - Prince Road to Fort Lowell Road.
Country Club Road and Fort Lowell Intersection.
Stone Avenue and Fort Lowell Intersection.

Business and residential access will be maintained at all times during the project.  The traveling public can expect delays when driving in these work areas.  Please obey all traffic control signs and watch for construction personnel and equipment in the work area. 

The Road Recovery Program is funded by voter-approved bonds. All proceeds from the bonds will be used to restore and resurface City streets through Fiscal Year 2018.  More information on the Road Recovery Program can be found at or by calling (520) 837-6686.