TUCSON – After more than a year since starting the Houghton Road Widening project from Mary Ann Cleveland to the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks, the project is now in its final stages.
Back in March 2017, the southeast side construction project began to help expand the affected area to allow three lanes of traffic in each direction. The project will also increase the bridge capacity over the railroad, and add bike lanes and sidewalks.
The final striping is expected to begin Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Final the striping, the crews will do complete concrete, pedestrian fence, landscape planting and erosion control work.
Pima County officials say the project is expected to be completed at the end of November.
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