Utility work on State Route 77 between Tangerine Road and Pinal County line begins next week

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Utility companies will be conducting utility relocation work beginning Monday, April 29, for approximately six months along State Route 77 (between Tangerine Road and the Pinal County Line). The work is part of a collaborative project between Arizona Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration and the Regional Transportation Authority to improve traffic flow and enhance safety on Oracle Road (SR 77) for the community and traveling public.

The purpose of the utility work is to move utility lines such as gas, cable, phone and electric to avoid any conflict with the widened roadway.

The length of work time will vary from company to company and will continue through the beginning of the ADOT roadway widening project which will start this fall.

During the work, some traffic restrictions may be in place.

Your patience is appreciated as ADOT moves forward on this very important project. For more information, email projects@azdot.gov or call the ADOT project hotline at 1-855-712-8530.

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