A corridor project involves the design and construction of roadway improvements along multiple segments of an arterial roadway. These roadway improvements could include widening, signal installation or upgrade, safety improvements or drainage improvements. Corridor projects are typically designed and constructed in phases over a period of time.
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) contains planned roadway system improvements for new or improved roadways, bridges, drainage structures, intersection improvements, Intelligent Transportation Systems and more.
The Deer Valley Road project is constructing an east-west arterial crossing the Agua Fria River. The project widens and extends Deer Valley Road and Williams Drive across the Agua Fria River from El Mirage Road to 109th Avenue.