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Hunt Hwy / Arizona Farms Road Update

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Pinal County Public Works has announced an update about significant roadway improvements set to impact several key traffic areas in San Tan Valley over the coming weeks.

Beginning on July 13, Hunt Highway from Gantzel Road to Magma Road will undergo pavement preservation work. This operation will result in lane closures, although no flagging operations are anticipated. Commuters are asked to exercise caution in these zones.

Also scheduled for July 13 is paving work on Arizona Farms Road. With flagger operations in play, drivers should prepare for possible delays. In addition, night work on Hunt Highway involving striping operations may result in the presence of slow-moving equipment or flagging operations.

On July 14, the preservation work will extend south from Magma Road on Hunt Highway, covering a stretch of approximately 500 feet. This operation will involve flagging for half a day, possibly leading to minor traffic disruptions.

Continued paving work on Arizona Farms Road will also be seen, and flagger operations may result in delays. Night striping work on Hunt Highway will persist, potentially necessitating flagger operations or slow-moving equipment.

A notable change is set for July 26 with the activation of a temporary traffic signal at the intersection of Hunt Highway and Arizona Farms Road. This improvement aims to better manage traffic at this busy intersection, and drivers are advised to approach with care as fellow commuters adapt to the new traffic pattern.

This sequence of roadway improvements serves as a temporary measure in the lead up to Phase 5 of the Hunt Highway expansion project. It is part of the county's ongoing efforts to improve transportation infrastructure and ease congestion in growing communities like San Tan Valley.

The Pinal County Public Works Department appreciates the patience and understanding of all residents during this transitional period. Drivers are reminded to reduce speed and exercise caution when traversing work zones.

The department urges everyone to stay safe and extend courtesy to the dedicated road crews as they work diligently to improve our roadways.
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