Major road improvements to making traveling in Prescott Valley easier
The Town of Prescott Valley is working on two major capital road improvement projects.
Long Look to Manley
Earth Resources Corporation is working on the removal and replacement of the existing roadway with two new lanes. In addition to the new roadway, the project includes a 10-foot wide asphalt multiuse path in line with the Town’s focus on multimodal transportation. The sidewalk on Long Look Drive was completed in 2018 and now will connect Long Look to Manley with the new project.
Robert Road will undergo a big change with a “road diet,” which will take the roadway to a three-way configuration with two through lanes and a center, two-way left turn lane. The Town will resurface and restripe the roadway and add outside bike lanes. The project will enhance safety on the road from AZ- 69 to Tranquil blvd. making it easier for homeowners and business users to turn.
A high visibility crosswalk with flashing beacons is planned at Robert and Nace, the entrance to Mountain Valley Park.
Once the reconfiguration of the roadway is complete, the Town will continue to analyze opportunities to enhance safety.
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“Exciting projects and initiatives are in the pipeline that are certain to enhance everyone’s quality of life for our long-time current residents as well as for those new friends and neighbors who just discovered our way of life.”