Apache, Miller road projects under way in Buckeye

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 5/31/20

Motorists traveling on Apache and Miller roads in Buckeye through Friday, June 4 should be aware that travel on portions of those roadways will be restricted due to pavement preservation …

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Apache, Miller road projects under way in Buckeye

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Motorists traveling on Apache and Miller roads in Buckeye through Friday, June 4 should be aware that travel on portions of those roadways will be restricted due to pavement preservation work.

Apache Road between Mobile Lane and Roeser Road will be under construction through Thursday, June 3; and Miller Road from Yuma Road to Warner Street will be under construction through Friday, June 4.

Construction on Broadway Road between Apache Road and 237th Drive will begin June 3 and run through Friday, Aug. 7.

Paving projects on Watson Road from Lower Buckeye Road to Interstate 10, Verrado Way from Van Buren Street to I-10 and from Van Buren to RID canal are also planned, but no dates have been set.

Buckeye takes pride in our vast network of streets. The City Council ensures there is money dedicated each year to properly maintain our streets to the highest of standards,” a notice on the city’s website states. “While the short inconvenience of road construction and detours can be a challenge, it's a small price to pay for keeping our roads in the best shape possible.”

The notice includes a list of upcoming pavement projects scheduled. Before work begins, the city will nearby residents and businesses will be notified so they can plan alternate routes accordingly.

A map showing current and past projects is available on the city’s website.

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