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3/12/2013 6:00:00 AM
Road work will affect Kingman traffic flow
Extensive roadwork that is expected to last a few months begins today on Gordon Drive between Stockton Hill Road and Bank Street.DOUG McMURDO/Miner
Extensive roadwork that is expected to last a few months begins today on Gordon Drive between Stockton Hill Road and Bank Street.
DOUG McMURDO/Miner

Doug McMurdo
Miner Staff Reporter


KINGMAN - Crews begin the Gordon Drive improvement project today, meaning motorists who use the street can expect roadwork-related minor inconveniences.

The $3.7 million city of Kingman project is under the management of the Arizona Department of Transportation. The work is comprehensive, including new asphalt, new curbs and gutters, driveway improvements and new water and sewer lines, according to ADOT. Also, new signage and lighting will be installed.

Southbound Pinal Street will be closed at its intersection with Gordon Drive today through Thursday. Drivers are asked to use Benton and Roosevelt streets south to Coronado Avenue to access Pinal Street.

Next Monday through March 21, Roosevelt Street at its intersection with Gordon Drive will force southbound traffic to use Pinal or Irving streets.



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Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Article comment by: Fix all the roads!

As far as I am concerned, all of the streets and highways in Mohave County need to be ripped up and replaced with QUALITY MATERIALS. I was afraid that one of these days, my old vehicle would hit one bump or pothole too many and collapse around me. Now I have a new vehicle that I am afraid won't last past the 3 year 36K bumper to bumper warrantee, not to mention it will be voided for all of the WEAR AND TEAR.

Posted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Article comment by: Do it Right

Are there going to be any rain cutters, so we can help stop the river on bank street when it rains.

Posted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Article comment by: More Detail

Something missing here?? The most important detail we would like to know is if the street is going to be widened from two lanes to four. If they are installing curbs without widening the street, there is not much improvement as far as the public is concerned.



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