Significant cracking. One large oversized pothole and a few small surrounding
7913154 Tucson street repair
It's almost time...
GRANT ROAD REHAB TO BEGIN THIS MONTH - Beginning March 30, the Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) will begin resurfacing Grant Road between Columbus Boulevard and Santa Rita Avenue. The work is expected to be completed by April 20. While Grant is scheduled to be completely rebuilt as part of the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) plan, that work is still four to seven years away. Concerned that the road is rapidly deteriorating, the City is acting quickly to make needed repairs. TDOT's contractor will use a "hot-in-place" method for resurfacing the road, which minimizes lane closures and saves on costs. The process includes a 100-foot-long train of equipment that removes existing asphalt, mixes it with new materials, and immediately lays the new roadway.
Grafitti on street signs
Graffiti on 2 sides of the traffic control electrical cabinet. Both black and red paint.
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Spray paint on sidewalk on east side of Campbell Ave.
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Spray paint graffiti on white painted wall facing Tucson Blvd.
Spray paint Graffiti on traffic control box NW corner Tucson Blvd & Elm St.
Black spray graffiti on white painted brick/block wall on west side of Tucson Blvd north of Elm.
Graffiti on traffic control box NW corner of Tucson Blvd and Elm St.
Graffiti spray paint on painted stucco wall east side of Campbell.
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