Lower Buckeye Rd, 27th Ave to 19th Ave

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Description

This major street project makes improvements to Lower Buckeye Road, from 27th Avenue to 19th Avenue, including new pavement, replacement of existing curb, gutter, sidewalks (primarily on the north side of the road), reconstruction of existing concrete driveways to meet ADA requirements and upgrades to traffic signals at 27th and 22nd Avenues. The project also includes the addition of new street lights along this stretch of the road. New catch basins and laterals will be added to improve existing drainage conditions. Along Lower Buckeye Road, there are a total of five railroad spurs and two of them have been approved for removal.

 

Project Highlights

  • Repave Lower Buckeye Road

  • Replace portions of existing curb, gutter and sidewalks

  • New concrete driveways (ADA complaint)

  • Upgrades to traffic signals at 27th and 22nd Avenues

  • Additional street lights

  • Drainage improvements

  • Removal of two railroad spurs

Goals of the Project

  • Improve roadway condition to accommodate heavy truck traffic

  • Improve pedestrian safety and access

  • Improve lighting to new city standards to reduce electricity and increase safety

Schedule

  • Final plans, specification, and engineering estimates are anticipated for completion in Spring 2023
  • Construction anticipated to begin in Spring 2023​ 

Project Contact

Michael Cano

(602)262-4054

michael.cano@phoenix.gov

Updated November 2022



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