Traffic Update: Arizona Pavilions Dr.

Arizona Pavilions Dr. to close between EB I-10 Frontage Road & Continental Links

As part of the Town of Marana’s Cracker Barrel Roadway Restoration Project, beginning Monday, October 16 at 6:00 am and continuing through Tuesday, October 17 at 4:00 pm, Arizona Pavilions Drive will be closed to all through traffic between the eastbound I-10 frontage road and just east of Continental Links Drive so workers can install new storm drain pipe across Arizona Pavilions Drive.  Every effort will be made to shorten the duration of this closure where possible.

During this work, the following restrictions will be in place:

  • Cracker Barrel Road remains one way only northbound.
  • Motorists can turn left only onto Arizona Pavilions Drive from northbound Cracker Barrel Road.  No right turns will be allowed during this closure.
  •  Motorists exiting Continental Links Drive must turn right onto Arizona Pavilions Drive.  No left turns will be allowed during this closure.
  • Arizona Pavilions Drive will be closed just west of the EB I-10 frontage road leaving access only to the New Town Buffet restaurant parking area.  Motorists must exit back onto the EB I-10 frontage road.  In order to access other businesses on Cracker Barrel Road or Arizona Pavilions Drive, motorists will be detoured along EB I-10 frontage road to Cortaro Road.

Directional signs will be set up to guide motorists along the detour route for access to businesses situated along Cracker Barrel Road and Hospitality Drive as well as the business and residential areas situated along Arizona Pavilions Drive south of Cracker Barrel Road.

For your safety and that of the contractor’s personnel, please comply with all traffic control devices, flagging personnel, and/or detour signs. Travel time through the project area may increase during construction so please adjust your schedule accordingly. Construction may restrict traffic lanes and create congestion. Taking alternate routes is suggested. 

If inclement weather or other events cause delays, the work may be rescheduled without further notice.

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