32nd Street, 4th Avenue Extension
Starting on Feb. 13, shoulder work will be done along the 4th Avenue extension near 32nd Street, on the southeast corner of the intersection. Traffic control devices will ve set up in the area to help guide traffic. Signs will be posted along the roadways as well. The project is estimated to be completed by Feb. 23
2nd Avenue, 10th to 11th streets
Southwest Gas crews will be conducting an emergency gas leak repair at 2nd Ave. and 10th St., requiring a closure of a portion of 2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th streets. The road closure will be put into place the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 21, and will be in place for a maximum of two days. Additionally, 10th St. will be reduced to one lane in each direction with cones in place between 1st and 3rd avenues. Signs will be posted to alert drivers to the traffic control plan that is in place for this project, and to guide traffic through to nearby detour routes. Residents are politely encouraged to seek an alternate route as this may cause a delay in traffic.
30th Street, Araby Rd. and Ave. 7E
Crews will be installing a waterline near the area of 30th Street and Avenue 7E, requiring a road closure along a portion of 30th Street. The 30th Street closure will be in place Mar. 1-4, from Avenue 7E to Araby Road. Signs will be posted to alert drivers to the closures ahead. Alternate routes include taking Avenue 7E or Araby Road to 32nd Street.
Arizona Avenue, 20th-22nd streets
Crews will be placing aerial cables and conducting a variety of related work at a location near Arizona Avenue, between 20th and 22nd streets. The project will require a road closure on 20th Street, between Arizona Avenue and Walnut Avenue. Work is anticipated to take place between Feb. 25 and Apr. 25. Traffic may detour through either Arizona or Walnut avenues, and then take 19th Street instead of 20th Street.
US Hwy 95, Avenue 6E
Century Link will be placing future path at US Highway 95 and Avenue 6E beginning as early as Jan. 25. The project will require a lane closure in the area, and is slated to finish by Mar. 21. Through traffic will be allowed, however drivers are asked to please proceed with caution near the work zone. Signs will be posted along the roadway to alert traffic of the reduced lanes and reduced speed limit.
Drivers on Araby Road south of Interstate 8 will see occasional delays next week as Arizona Department of Transportation crews install a new radar detection system to regulate the traffic signals at Araby and 32nd Street. The radar detection system will replace an aging loop detection system in the pavement at the intersection.
The site is just south of the Araby Road interchange with I-8. Work on the project to replace signalized intersections with modern roundabouts is on hold until spring to accommodate commercial vehicles hauling winter produce.
Arizona Avenue, 16th-20th streets
Century Link will be accessing manholes on Arizona Avenue. Locations are just north of 16th Street and at 20th Street, as well as north east of 13th Street and 2nd Avenue. Lane restrictions will be in effect in work zones. Signs will be put into place to alert traffic of road work and lane restrictions. Work is to finish by mid-March.
I-8 west of 4th Ave. - Caltrans (updated)
Caltrans crews continue to work on the reconstruction of Interstate-8 in Imperial County, west of Yuma. Recently, crews reduced traffic to a single lane on westbound I-8 between Sidewinder Road and about a mile west of Ogilby Road. Both travel directions have been switched to the I-8 eastbound lanes divided by k-rail. In addition, the westbound on- and off-ramps at Ogilby Road (exit 159) are closed to traffic. Signs have been placed to alert motorists to the ramp closures and to alternate routes.
The I-8 Corridor is a major pavement rehabilitation project consisting of five segments that will construct Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP) over 48 miles on Interstate 8 in Imperial County. The work will result in a long-lasting superior roadway, capable of withstanding the heaviest traffic loads. Construction began in 2016 on three of the five segments. Work will be completed by 2019.
ADOT is making improvements to the state facility at 4th Avenue and 1st Street. Lane restrictions are in place. The $773,000 improvement project will last approximately seven months. ADOT will add a right-turn lane and a 10-ft. wide, colored-concrete shared-use path from 1st Avenue along the east side of 4th Avenue to the existing Yuma Canal Bridge. The project also includes upgrading and refurnishing existing lighting, installing signage, landscaping and rehabilitating the Yuma Crossing concrete historic land marker.
Asphalt maintenance operations will be in the following areas the week of Feb. 19-23:
- 32nd Street, Avenue A to Avenue B (grinding)
- 24th Street, Avenue A to Avenue B (grinding)
- 24th Avenue, 4th Street to 8th Street
- Rancho Viejo subdivision (crack seal)
- Avenue A, 16th Street to 24th Street (crack seal)
- 24th Street, Avenue A to Avenue B (crack seal)