Chandler Boulevard - 27th Avenue to 19th Avenue

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Chandler Boulevard Extension Set to Open July 28, 2017

Project Overview

Aerial view of projectThis project will connect Chandler Boulevard from 27th Avenue to 19th Avenue and involves design and construction of 1.2 miles of two-lane roadway with one travel lane and one bicycle lane in each direction. The new roadway will be built on land owned by the City and generally follow the path of the City’s existing maintenance road. The north side will be fully developed with street lighting and sidewalk. Drainage improvements that include wildlife crossings and context-sensitive lighting are included in the project.

This section of roadway has long been identified as part of the build-out of the City’s street transportation grid. The project is being advanced with Regional Area Roadway Funds (RARF). The City will manage the project through a governing Joint Project Agreement with ADOT, which manages the RARF account.

 The long-term plan for future improvements to this section of roadway will add two additional lanes to the south, resulting in two travel lanes and a bike lane in each direction with a center turn-lane. The land to the south is currently owned by the Arizona State Land Trust. The full build-out would occur in conjunction with the future sale and development of that land.



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Timeline illustration 


How to Get Involved 

To receive project updates and notice of upcoming public involvement opportunities, call the project hotline or send an email request to be included on the mailing list. Project representatives are available to assist with questions or concerns regarding the Chandler Boulevard, 27th Avenue to 19th Avenue Project.

Hotline: 623-825-3444

Email Address:


Project Resources​

Project Fact Sheet

Project Q&A

Project Updates

Traffic Analysis (April 2016) - Chandler Boulevard: 27th Avenue to 19th Avenue

8/22/16 Ahwatukee VPC Presentation

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