• Arizona
  • Thursday , Feb 1 , 2018

Hunt Highway Utility Work

Utility work on Hunt Highway from Johnson Ranch Boulevard to Arizona Farm Road will start May 14th.

The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for daytime lane restrictions on State Route 79 north of Florence Wednesday, May 15, and Thursday, May 16, for pavement preservation work.

Scheduled for the week of April 22, contractor crews will place the final striping for the current Hunt Hwy project area. 

Work to repair and preserve 21 miles of the Loop 202 in Chandler, Gilbert and Mesa is scheduled to occur over the next two weekends. The freeway will be closed in both directions while the Arizona Department of Transportation makes urgently needed pavement repairs. On- and off-ramps in the work zone also will be closed.

Union Pacific Railroad will be doing track maintenance in Pinal County Right-of-Way via permit which will require full closures of some San Tan Valley roadways:

Pinal County Public Works will be paving Hunt Hwy from Johnson Ranch Blvd/Gantzel Rd to Magma Rd March 19th thru 22nd.

Earlier this week, crews removed asphalt to prepare for the paving of Magma Road from Superstition Views to Stardust Drive. 

Work is currently taking place on the south end of the project, from Johnson Ranch Boulevard/Gantzel Road through Magma Road on Hunt Highway to construct improvements.    

Pinal County public works will begin the roadway rehabilitation project on Ocotillo Road between Ironwood Drive and Kenworthy Road on March 18th. Work on the existing 3-lane road is expected to last through the end of July 2019.

As part of the work on the east side of Hunt Highway, crews are currently constructing a box culvert under the driveway/roadway at the entry to Shops at Copper Basin, with the driveway to Shops at Copper Basin closed for this work.

Wednesday morning, January 23, Magma Road will be reopened to traffic.

Pinal County Public Works has been hard at work improving roadways in and out of San Tan Valley. Below is an update on current and future projects.

Construction on Magma Road at Hunt Highway intersection will begin the first week of January.

Work is currently taking place in the south end of the project, from Johnson Ranch Boulevard/Gantzel Road through Magma Road on Hunt Highway to construct improvements.

Removal of a controller cabinet due to a vehicular accident caused a traffic signal to be nonfunctional on Hunt Highway south of Gary Road in San Tan Valley, by Walmart in late November.

In addition to the Hunt Hwy expansion, several other roadways in San Tan Valley have some upcoming improvements. Below are road construction updates for the next couple of weeks.

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