FLORENCE – Pinal County Public Works crews will be placing an Asphalt Dust Rock Palliative (ADRP) layer on roads in Hidden Valley Monday, May 14. ADRP is similar to a chip seal and it is used to renew the road surface and cut down on dust. Crews should finish up the work in three weeks, weather permitting.
This pavement preservation project will include a combined total of 74,887 square yards of material used or approximately 4.30 lane miles of improved road. The project will use 1695 tons of chip and 160 tons of oil. The ADRP will lengthen the life of the road while also helping improve air quality by minimizing dust.
The roads to be affected by the pavement preservation project include:
- Robin Road between Warren Road and Ralston Road – 1.02 miles
- Ralston Road between State Route 84 and Robin Road – 1.23 miles
- Ralston Road between Century Road and Dune Shadow Road – 1.0 mile
May 28-June 1:
- Dune Shadow Road between Ralston Road and Warren Road – 1.05 miles
Please be alert to possible traffic delays. Drivers are urged to obey the speed limit and all posted signs and barricades while traveling through these construction zones.
Employees in the Pinal County Public Works Department appreciate your patience and understanding as they work to improve your drive throughout the county.
To see the location of the ADRP project and other sites where road construction is taking place inside Pinal County, go to Public Works’ road construction map at: http://goo.gl/Imi9E