Frank Lloyd Wright Pavement Preservation
As part of Scottsdale’s pavement preservation program, the city will be improving Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard from 100th Street to Loop 101. As roadways deteriorate, the possibility of potholes, cracks and other roadway imperfections that affect driving increases. Scottsdale’s pavement preservation program helps ensure smoother, safer driving conditions.
The refurbishment of the segment of Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard from 100th Street to the Loop 101 was funded as part of the Bond 2015 Election. This segment is part of 140 miles citywide that will be resurfaced as with funds from the bond election. The Frank Lloyd Wright Project includes removing, or “milling,” the old pavement and then resurfacing, or “overlaying,” the road with new pavement and striping. Utility access must also be adjusted before and after the paving project.
Intermittent lane restrictions will occur on Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard in both directions from 100th Street to Loop 101 from Sunday, April 26, to Friday, June 12. One lane of traffic in each direction will be maintained at all times, but expect heavy delays. Please consider detouring on Cactus Road, 94th Street and Loop 101. Driveway entrances along Frank Lloyd Wright may be closed briefly for 10 to 15 minutes while the road is paved in front of them, but no other interruptions to service or business access are expected.
To complete this project in the most efficient manner work will occur around the clock. Milling work will take place at night from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. and paving work will take place from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. All work will be performed by M. R. Tanner Construction under contract to the City of Scottsdale.
For additional information during construction, please call the project hotline at 480-281-1506.
Sponsoring Division: Street Operations
Funding Source: Bond 2015 and General Fund
Project Location: Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard from 100th Street to the Loop 101