ARIZONA PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENT PROJECT 87 ARIZONA AVENUE CONTACT: PROJECT SUMMARY ADOT: Lars Jacoby The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is improving the pavement on State Route 87 (Arizona Avenue) from Baseline Road to south of Guadalupe Road at the Western Canal. Approximately 1.5 miles of existing pavement will be removed and replaced with rubberized asphalt pavement. Community Relations Officer 602-712-7176 [email protected] PROJECT HOTLINE: 602-787-3927 Replacing the pavement on Arizona Avenue will require lane closures and a reduction of the speed limit. Access to businesses will be maintained, however some access may be restricted for short periods during paving operations. Stapley Dr. Horne Mesa Dr. Country Club Rd. CHANDLER Western Canal Elliot Rd. N Cooper Rd. Guadalupe Rd. McQueen Rd. 24-hour project hotline at 602.787.3927 or email [email protected] Baseline Rd. Arizona Ave. ADOT is committed to providing construction information to stakeholders and welcomes your comments and feedback. For further information and to request weekly project updates, call the Southern Ave. Extension Rd. COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS: Dobson Rd. [email protected] Alma School Rd. EMAIL: Project Area PROJECT SCHEDULE: Construction will begin in late March and will continue through May. Construction activities will take place during both daytime and nighttime hours. As with any complex construction project, there is a possibility that the schedule could be impacted by weather or other unforeseen circumstances. PROJECT BENEFITS Rubberized asphalt, or “quiet pavement,” is composed of regular asphalt paving mixed with used, ground tires. Rubberized asphalt is environmentally friendly; resurfacing projects such as this recycle thousands of used tires. ADOT has successfully engineered the use of more than 10 million waste tires into over 2,500 miles of state highways. Quiet pavement is smoother and quieter than conventional asphalt paving. Quiet pavement reduces tire noise by an average of four decibels.
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