Houghton Road Corridor Improvements

The Houghton Road Corridor, spanning 13 miles from Interstate 10 to Tanque Verde Road, is one of the corridor projects included in the 2006 voter-approved Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) plan. Three segments have been completed, and others are in progress. A map of the corridor with the schedule for each segment can be viewed below.

Click on a segment to view its individual web page for more detailed information.

A public open house is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Empire High School,

10701 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way, Tucson, AZ 85757. Drop by any time during the open house hours. For additional information, please contact Stephanie Stanley at stephanie@gordleygroup.com or 520-327-6077 or TDOT project manager Michael Marietti at michael.marietti@tucsonaz.gov or 520-837-6629.

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 Bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad

This project is currently in construction phase, and a public meeting was held in March 2017.

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Public Art

The Mare and Foal sculpture represents the significant presence of horses in the nearby area, and reflects neighborhood input on the public art.

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Valencia to Mary Ann Cleveland Way

Design for this project began in mid-2017 and is anticipated to take 24 months.

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CLICK ON THE SECTIONS OF THE MAP TO LEARN MORE

Implementation Plan and Schedule


Project Design Status Anticipated
Construction Start
Construction Status
PHASE 1 - DESIGN
6
Valencia Rd. to Mary Ann Cleveland Way
In Progress 2020 TBD
7
22nd St. to Irvington Rd.
In Progress 2022 TBD
8
Tanque Verde Rd. to Speedway Blvd.
2020 TBD TBD
PHASE 2 - CONSTRUCTION
4
Houghton Bridge over the UPRR
Complete 2017 In Progress
5
Union Pacific Railroad to I-10
Complete 2018 TBD
COMPLETED
1
Old Vail Rd./Mary Ann Cleveland Way Intersection
Complete 2009 Complete
2
Irvington Rd. to Valencia Rd.
Complete 2012 Complete
3
Broadway Blvd. to 22nd St.
Complete 2013 Complete

For information on the ADOT Interstate 10/Houghton Road traffic interchange,
click here.


What can we look forward to?