Pima County road closures, caution areas - Tucson News Now

Pima County road closures, caution areas

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The following is a Pima County road condition update, according to the Pima County Department of Transportation.

Road Closures:

41 Manville Road between Reservation Road and Avra Road
215 Sandario Road between Snyder Hill Rd and San Joaquin Road
256 Silverbell Road between Avra Valley Road to Sasco Road
265 Snyder Hill Road between Sandario Road to Desert Sunrise Trail

Caution areas:

17 Fort Lowell Road at the Agua Caliente Wash
22 Snyder Hill Road between Sandario Road to the edge of pavement
27 Limberlost at the Agua Caliente Wash
38 Pump Station Road between El Tiro Road and Silverbell Road
39 El Tiro Road from Cocio Road west past Pump Station Road to end of pavement
59 Soldier Trail at the Agua Caliente Wash
79 Old Ajo Hwy between Ajo Highway and San Joaquin Road
85 Summit Street at the Franco Wash
101 Pump Station Road between Avra Valley Road and El Tiro Road
127 Bonney Avenue at the Earp Wash
128 Masterson Avenue at the Earp Wash
140 Old Spanish Trail at the Rincon Creek
142 Redington Road Milepost 25 to Milepost 27
Pima County Road Conditions Update – August 29, 2013 – 12:30 P.M.
145 Country Club Road at Dawson Road
162 Sahuarita Road - Houghton Road to Wentworth Road
163 Old Spanish Trail at Jeremy Crossing Road
171 Whitehouse Canyon Road - 1st dip south of Valle De Las Rosas
178 Alvernon Way between Sahuarita Road to Dawson Road
209 Old Spanish Trail 1st dip east of Camino Del Garanon
213 Redington Road at Milepost 3, the base of the road
238 Silverbell Road from Sunset Road to Ina Road
251 Tanque Verde Road at Conestoga Avenue
254 Mark Rd between Camino Tierra and Elvado Road
263 Valencia Road between Viviana Dr. to Mountain Eagle Drive
280 Bopp Rd between San Joaquin Road and Aldon Road
282 Fort Lowell Road, between Melpomene Way

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