Here are four local transportation projects to watch out for this month. (Courtesy of Fotolia)

Here are four road projects underway in Chandler:

Milling and paving on Ray Road

The work on Ray Road is part of an annual effort to repair the asphalt on Chandler Streets.

Work is done on Ray in small sections, allowing teams to work on a small section for a day or two at a time and then move on, depending on the city.

Status: Patch work is underway on small segments on Ray throughout September. Much of the construction is taking place between Kyrene Road and Price Road. Lane disruptions are expected along Ray Road during the life of the project.

Calendar: Aug 1-Sep. 29

Cost: Cost not available

Funding Source: Town of Chandler

Cooper Road Improvement

An effort is underway to extend Cooper Road to four lanes, two lanes in each direction. The project begins approximately 3,500 feet north of Chandler Heights Road to Riggs Road. The improvements include the construction of raised medians, bicycle lanes, left turn lanes, sidewalks and traffic lights.

Status: Crews have completed the installation of a water line on Cooper from Blue Ridge Way in Chandler Heights and are performing pipe tests over the next two weeks to put the newly installed pipe into service. Residents will be notified in advance of any planned water service disruption. Leveling crews are working on leveling the foundation for the block walls on the west side of Cooper, from Victoria to Chandler Heights, and as the foundation work moves north, the installation of the block walls will follow, which has started the week of August 9.

Calendar: February 2020-September 2022

Cost: $ 17.17 million

Funding Source: Town of Chandler

Lindsay Road / Loop 202 interchange

An interchange at Lindsay Road and Loop 202 will be constructed to provide access to Loop 202 and a front road network on the north side of Loop 202 between Lindsay Road and Gilbert Road.

Status: Traffic restrictions on Lindsay began in March and will be maintained for the remainder of the project. The project coordinates traffic control with the Germann Road Improvement Project.

Calendar: October 2020-November 2021

Cost: $ 18.15 million

Sources of financing: bonds and funds from the city of Gilbert, Maricopa Association of Governments, contributions from promoters

Widening of the Val Vista promenade

The city widened Val Vista Drive from Appleby Road to Riggs Road. Traffic lights have been installed on Appleby, Ocotillo and Chandler Heights roads.

Status: The traffic lights were activated on August 27. Permanent bands will be installed by October 8.

Calendar: March 2020-October 2021

Cost: $ 25.96 million

Sources of funding: city of Gilbert, Maricopa Association • government funds


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