Raintree project in Scottsdale Airpark pushed to 2016

RaintreeBy Beth Duckett, The Republic | azcentral.com

Construction on a $39 million project to improve traffic flow in the Scottsdale Airpark could begin in 2016, two years later than earlier estimates.

The Raintree Drive extension project will forge a better and more direct connection along Raintree between Scottsdale Road and Loop 101, project officials said.

The improvements, which call for roundabouts at five intersections, would help relieve gridlock along busy Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard and other congested areas of the airpark.

The upgrades would be built in four segments starting in 2016.


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