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    Jan 10, 2020 - PCDOT along with their contractor, Southern Arizona Paving will begin installing 5 foot wide concrete sidewalks along Cardinal Avenue, Canada Street, along White Elementary School and Pistor Middle School. This project is expected to be completed late summer 2020.  
     
    Jan 09, 2020 - Beginning Monday, January 13th, Pima County Project Management Office and its contractor, the Ashton Company will begin work to install a waterline crossing Mary Ann Cleveland. This work will require lane closures. Traffic will be flagged through the immediate construction area, one direction at a time. 
     
    Jan 02, 2020 - The Pima County Board of Supervisors in November approved the PAYGO policy that funds infrastructure projects, including transportation projects, using existing revenue. 
     
    Dec 12, 2019 - On Tuesday, December 10, 2019, Granite Construction, under contract with Pima County Department of Transporation, will begin work to repave Tetakusim Road from Camino de Oeste to Sorrel Lane, Camino Casa Verde from Avenida del Abaco to La Cañada Drive, and Mission Road from Pima Mine Road south three miles. 
     
    Nov 27, 2019 - DOT along with their contractor will be performing road repair work at 4 locations, work will begin December 2nd through December 27th. Work will begin at 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Minor delays may occur during this work. 
     
    Nov 27, 2019 - A lane closure along southbound Silverbell Road will only be in effect during the work hours during repair work on Silverbell Road. 
     
    Nov 08, 2019 - Road Repair work will start November 13th through December 10th at 3 locations. During this work motoris can expect lane restrictions, reduced speed, and minor delays. 
     
    Nov 07, 2019 - During this work traffic will be shifted to the north shoulder to allow two-lanes of traffic while placing the jersey barriers. The speed limit will be reduced to 25-miles per hour and officers will be on site to monitor traffic.