Coachline Boulevard Reconstruction Project – Twin Peaks Road south to Silverbell Road and from Twin Peaks Road north to Silverbell Road
The Town of Marana is currently working on the Coachline Blvd. Reconstruction and Pedestrian Crossing Improvements. The work is being completed by Sunland Asphalt & Construction.
-On Friday, April 19th, the contractor will begin the reconstruction of Colony Park Drive, from Coachline Blvd. to Weather Hill Drive. During this work, Colony Park Drive will be open to local traffic only and construction will last approximately 2 weeks, weather permitting.
-On Friday, April 19th, the contractor will begin the reconstruction of Coachline Blvd., from the Pump Station (north of Oak Stream Road and El Rio Neighborhood) to the low-water crossing on Coachline Blvd. north of Twin Peaks Road, between Idle Wild Drive and Armor Crest Road. (See map – Phase 1)
Once this northern portion of Coachline is complete, the contractor will begin the reconstruction of Coachline Blvd., from the low-water crossing on Coachline Boulevard, between Idle Wild Drive and Armor Crest Road, to Twin Peaks Road. (See map – Phase 2).
Due to the existing roadway width, these phases of work will require restricting traffic in a one-way (southbound) only configuration. Northbound Coachline Blvd. will be completely closed. Work on both phases of Coachline Blvd. is expected to be completed in early June.
Scheduled dates are weather dependent.
Work during these phases will include:
Milling and removing the old asphalt
Cement treatment of the subgrade soils
New asphalt paving and striping
Americans with Disabilities (ADA) ramp removal and replacement on streets and sidewalks.
Construction-related issues to be aware of:
Heavy equipment and large trucks during the milling and paving
Temporary driveway access restrictions while crews are in front of homes and/or businesses.
Travel lane restrictions and short-term sidewalk closures while ramps and crossing signals are upgraded.
Please DO NOT park vehicles in the area of construction as they will be towed at owner’s expense.
Bicycle traffic will not be permitted through the work area.
Pedestrians will be permitted along Coachline Blvd., but be aware of equipment and workers in the construction area.
Residents and the traveling public should watch for heavy equipment in and near the construction area. For the safety of you and the workers, please comply with traffic control devices, flagging personnel, and detour signs.
Updates will be provided periodically. For additional project information, call Tom Houle, Town of Marana Project Manager at 520-382-2684 or Kathy at 520-885-9009.