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Major Traffic Signal Outage Planned in San Tan Valley for Developer Work June 9th


Residents in the San Tan Valley area should anticipate a temporary disruption in their travel plans. The Pinal County Public Works has announced that the traffic signals at the intersection of Gantzel and Combs will be out of service beginning from 8 PM on June 9 to 5 AM on June 10 due to scheduled developer work.

The intersection, a key thoroughfare in the area, will be subjected to traffic control measures implemented by local law enforcement. These officers will be on-site to guide vehicles and mitigate potential congestion caused by the signal outage. To ensure efficient flow of traffic and maintain safety, only through traffic will be permitted during the service interruption period. The officials have also stated that no left turns will be allowed at this intersection until the signal is back in operation.

Residents are advised to plan their travel accordingly to avoid any inconvenience. Those who regularly use this route during the affected hours may need to consider alternative routes or allow for additional travel time due to possible delays.

The temporary outage is required to facilitate important developer work. Though it may cause some temporary disruption, it is essential for the long-term improvement of the local infrastructure.

Pinal County Public Works requests residents to be patient and cooperative during this temporary inconvenience and assure that the outage will be resolved as quickly as possible.

Residents can stay updated about the progress of the work and any changes in the traffic situation by following Pinal County Public Works on their social media platforms and website. Your understanding and cooperation in this matter are highly appreciated.

Traffic conditions around the country can change quickly, and even more so when planned works such as this are underway. Hence, it is always a good idea to stay informed and plan ahead.

Let's work together in making this temporary transition smooth and efficient for everyone. Safety is paramount, and your understanding is much appreciated.
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