Ground broken on Inland Port roadway improvements

A little over $15 million from the federal government and a little under $3 million from local stakeholders are necessary to complete proposed improvements to Hanna and Houser roads. (Taylor Griffith/PinalCentral)

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Saint Holdings.)

By Taylor Griffith | Pinal Central

COOLIDGE — Tuesday morning, after nearly three years of planning, Pinal County Public Works broke ground on infrastructure improvements for Inland Port Arizona on Hanna and Houser roads along State Route 87 and the Vail Road alignment.

County staff gathered representatives from both Coolidge and Eloy, neighbors and partners of the project as well as three Pinal County supervisors and Saint Holdings LLC officials to celebrate the beginning of the work.

IPAZ is “strategically located between Phoenix and Tucson,” said Pinal County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jeffrey McClure, R-Eagle Crest Ranch. He noted its proximity to Interstate 10 to the south, Interstate 8 to the west, and what he hopes will be a new north-south corridor nearby.


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