(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Mattamy Homes on this project.)
By Mark Carlisle | Daily Independent
Though spring training was cut short due to the coronavirus, Camelback Ranch still got a look at how traffic in and out of the stadium has improved after a new road into the facility opened in February.
Glendale cut the ribbon on the extension of Ballpark Boulevard in February, which added a second traffic entrance into Camelback Ranch, the Glendale-owned spring training facility in Phoenix, home to the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox. Though no official record was taken, Glendale’s traffic engineer said observations from stadium and city traffic staff were that the new roadway significantly sped up traffic into and out of spring training games.