Work underway to improve SR 89 and Road 1 North in Chino Valley
- This project will improve traffic flow
- Two lanes of traffic will be maintained on SR 89 during daytime hours
- Plan for short term lane closures
- The budget for this project is $850,317
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Project will improve traffic flow, make turns easier
CHINO VALLEY, AZ – The Arizona Department of Transportation has started a project to improve traffic flow at the intersection of SR 89 and Road 1 North in Chino Valley.
The project will add a right-turn lane on northbound SR 89 to eastbound Road 1 North, add left turn lanes on Road 1 North, and install a new traffic signal and detection sensors.
Two lanes of traffic will be maintained on SR 89 during daytime hours. Drivers should plan for short-term lane closures for signal installation, roadway paving and striping during nighttime operations of 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. Sundays through Fridays. No weekend or holiday work is planned.
Drivers should plan for round-the-clock phased closures of east- and westbound access to Road 1 North during the project and use signed detour routes for Road 1 North access.
The $850,317 project is expected to wrap up by the end of the year.
For more information on the project, visit azdot.gov/SR89ChinoValley.