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Major Intersection Snarled by Storm Drain Project
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Major Intersection Snarled by Storm Drain Project

 

Storm drain work will slow traffic at the intersection of Sahara Avenue and Boulder Highway well into next year.

The  project will force a detour of eastbound traffic on Sahara at Boulder beginning early Wednesday and continuing through March 2013.

Traffic will be detoured to Glen Avenue, where a new temporary signal will allow traffic to cross Boulder Highway and continue east to Sandhill Road and then back onto Sahara.  Westbound traffic on Sahara will not be affected at this time.

This project is funded by the Regional Flood Control District (RFCD) as part of the agency’s 10-year Construction Program, which includes storm drain improvements along Boulder Highway from Sahara to the Flamingo Wash, and along Sahara from Boulder Highway to Glen Avenue. Improvements include new storm drain systems and new pavement. Construction started in January and is expected to be complete in May 2013. 

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