Water main break will cause restrictions in central Tucson
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 8:08 AM EST
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 8:23 AM EST
Written By Melanie Hunter
TUCSON - A water main break is expected to cause traffic delays Wednesday morning.According to Tucson Water, a 12-inch water line broke near Speedway Blvd.
Tucson Police are receiving numerous complaints about speeding on the east side. Earlier this month, that area was the scene of a fatal crash. It happened south of Irvington at Seven Generations Way. Detectives say a driver was traveling at a "high rate of speed... estimated at 75 to 85 miles per hour," before colliding with another car and rolling over. TPD has been actively enforcing the road for a year, and continues to do so following the fatal crash.
An intersection in Oro Valley is "driving you crazy!" Curt wonders what's going on with construction at La Canada and Lambert. He says, "There seems to be no activity on the project for weeks at a time. Can you tell me what's holding up completion?" We talked to the Town of Oro Valley for you. They tell me the major work for the project should be complete around mid-December. At this time traffic should be flowing again. Into early January, crews will apply the finishing touches and treatments.
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