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  • NR2.09 Country Club-Glenn Treat Avenue Improvements

    Total Actual Cost: $119,188
    Project Number: CCDN04CGL
    Funding Sources: 1997 and 2004 General Obligation Bonds
    Completion Date: January 2019 
    Managing Dept.: Community Development
    Project Map: GIS Map

    The scope of this traffic calming project changed as the project encountered utility conflicts with Southwest Gas, sight visibility and safety constraints, as well as a hydrology report required by the City of Tucson.

    The results of these changes did not curtail the project objectives to reduce high-speed traffic and increase pedestrian safety.  Six solar-powered street lights were purchased and installed along Treat Avenue at the intersections of Spring, Alturas, Sequoyah, and Glenn Streets.   Four chicanes including 30 trees were built on Treat Avenue south of Alturas, Copper, Sequoyah and Sylvia Streets. To establish the trees and plants, hand-watering will be provided for a period of one year by City of Tucson.
    Solar light, Treat Ave. and Sequoyah St.Traffic chicane, Treat Ave. south of Copper St.