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More construction coming your way this week

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TUCSON -

More construction and closures coming your way beginning Wednesday October 11.

A contractor for Southwest Gas will continue pipeline improvement work near the intersection of Grant and Tanque Verde roads. Drivers should be prepared to merge safely as lane closures will be in place along:
• Eastbound Grant Road approaching the Kolb intersection
• Eastbound and westbound Tanque Verde Road

Work is expected to take place Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., however, extended hours including nighttime work may occur as the project moves forward. Lane restrictions will remain in place 24-hours a day.

Traffic control signage and reduced speed limits will be in place to assist drivers through the construction areas. There is no anticipated interruption of service for Southwest Gas customers due to this project. Vehicular access to businesses will be maintained. For your safety, please avoid construction areas. 

Thank you for your patience during this construction. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the project hotline at 1-844-258-7481.

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