Queen Creek Road Improvements
Construction began in mid-March 2019 for the Queen Creek Road Improvements, McQueen Road to Gilbert Road, with construction expected to take approximately 17 months to complete. Improvements will widen Queen Creek Road between McQueen and Gilbert roads to six lanes (three lanes each direction) and include landscaped medians, bike lanes, curb, gutter, and sidewalk. The project will also widen Cooper Road to four lanes (two lanes each direction), from Queen Creek Road south to Nightingale Lane. Public meetings were held during design in July 2015 and prior to construction in January 2019. Provided below is current construction schedule information:
CONSTRUCTION INFO (Apr 29, 2020)
Queen Creek Road Improvements:
- Crews have been working to complete landscape and other remaining components of the project.
- Scheduled for Friday, May 1, traffic control is expected to be removed from Queen Creek Road for the road to be completely open to travel. 😊
- Scheduled for Wednesday, May 6, crews will complete permanent striping for the roadway. To accommodate this activity, law enforcement will be available to assist with traffic.
- As crews complete remaining punch list and clean-up type items, there may be a need for daytime, intermittent traffic restrictions on an as-needed basis.
- In addition, in late May crews will pull fiber through the newly installed conduit. Limited traffic control may be needed for this daytime activity.
- Business and resident access will be maintained and thank you for your patience during this work.
Project Information: 480.898.4060
Project information: 480.898.4060
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