Sedona AZ (August 16, 2012) – The City of Sedona and the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) continue to cooperate in a joint effort to inform the citizens of Sedona about issues related to the Arizona State Route 89A Overlay and Continuous Roadway Lighting Project.
During the week of August 20, 2012, the contractor will be working on raising utility access facilities (i.e. manholes, etc.) to finished pavement grade and installing bike lane signs.
The utility work will occur at night.
Also beginning the week of August 20, the contractor will begin removing the old lighting at the existing signalized intersections and replace it with the new Monterey style lighting. This will begin at the Dry Creek Road intersection and progress east through the Soldiers Pass Road intersection.
During the week of August 27, 2012 installation of the permanent striping will begin. The striping work will occur at night.
Also during the week of August 27, 2012 the installation of the continuous roadway lighting Monterey style poles will begin.
As reported by ADOT’s contractor, Combs Construction Company, work on the new traffic signal at Andante Drive will begin the week of September 4, 2012.
Questions regarding the SR 89A project may be directed to ADOT’s Flagstaff District Senior Community Relations Officer, Mackenzie Kirby, at (928) 779-7554, or the City of Sedona Assistant Public Works Director and Assistant City Engineer, Andy Dickey, at (928) 203-5039.