View the map of current MCDOT projects and details regarding each project.
Major Corridor Projects
A corridor project involves the design and construction of roadway improvements along multiple segments of an arterial roadway. These roadway improvements could include widening, signal installation or upgrade, safety improvements or drainage improvements. Corridor projects are typically designed and constructed in phases over a period of time.
View a list of the technologies MCDOT is currently using or developing to improve transportation across Maricopa County.
MCDOT Planning Projects.
A corridor project involves the design and construction of roadway improvements along multiple segments of an arterial roadway. Corridor projects are typically designed and constructed in phases over a period of time.
MCDOT’s Pavement Management Program directs its pavement preservation process to help prolong the life of County roadways.
Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) contains planned roadway system improvements for new or improved roadways, bridges, drainage structures, intersection improvements, Intelligent Transportation Systems and more.
Deer Valley Road
The Deer Valley Road project is constructing an east-west arterial crossing the Agua Fria River. The project widens and extends Deer Valley Road and Williams Drive across the Agua Fria River from El Mirage Road to 109th Avenue.
The Peoria Avenue project is to determine the improvements needed to address future capacity needs; and access management along the corridor.
Vulture Mountains Recreation Area
The project, in conjunction with the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department, is constructing a controlled park entrance and paving park roads at the Vulture Mountains Recreation Area.
The Maricopa County Department of Transportation will be making roadway improvements on 227th Avenue from Montgomery Road to Dove Valley Road, and on Dove Valley Rd from 227th Avenue to the west approximately 1400’. The improvements aim to diminish dust.
Tonto Hills Paving
The Tonto Hills project will be making roadway improvements to help diminish dust by paving roadways and will include drainage improvements minimizing the need for maintenance after storms.
Gilbert Road Bridge at Salt River
This project is to construct a new bridge over the Salt River in cooperation with the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) and the City of Mesa.
The project will help improve roadway capacity on McKellips Road from SR 101L to Alma School Road. The project is in cooperation with the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC).
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