Old Vail Road/Mary Ann Cleveland Way
The first improvement project in the Houghton Road Corridor was complete in summer 2010, with contractor costs coming in approximately $389,890 under budget. Breaking ground in June of 2009, the Houghton Road and Old Vail Road/Mary Ann Cleveland Way intersection was also the first construction start on a major City of Tucson corridor funded under the voter-approved Regional Transportation Authority Plan. The under-budget delivery of this intersection project set an outstanding precedent for the remainder of the Houghton Road Corridor.
Vehicles now move safely and efficiently through the intersection with the increased capacity of six travel lanes, exclusive right-turn lanes and dual left-turn lanes.