By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter
The City of Phoenix is looking at speeding up its road repaving efforts.
The Phoenix City Council is being asked to look at a staff proposal to allocate $18 million in the city’s share of Arizona Highway User Revenue Funds over the next two fiscal years for repaving local streets.
The council will discuss the idea at a Sept. 7 study session.
The city plan would also entail council members selecting streets within their districts to be repaved and improved.
The city has 4,871 miles of public streets.