La Cholla Boulevard Phase II Improvements

To reduce congestion and improve pedestrian safety, and provide additional capacity for future traffic demands, this project reconstructed three traffic signal intersections on La Cholla Boulevard at Lambert Lane, Naranja Drive, and Glover Road with signalized and marked pedestrian crossings. Hunter widened the roads to four lanes with a raised landscaped median, curbs, multi-use path, and sidewalk, including drainage facilities. The work also included furnishing all labor, materials, and equipment necessary to reconstruct the traffic signals, construct all conduits, median cuts, ADA-compliant curb access ramps, striping, signing, and utility coordination.

Client:
Town of Oro Valley
Completion:
September 2020
Delivery Method:
DBB
Design Engineer:
AECOM
Cost:
$21.7M
  • 3 Traffic signals
  • 3 Intersection improvements
  • ADA-compliant curb access ramps
  • Curbs
  • Drainage facilities
  • Multi-use path
  • Paving 
  • Pedestrian crossing
  • Raised landscaped median
  • Roadway widening to four lanes
  • Sidewalks
  • Signing and striping
  • Utility coordination