Source: Town of Queen Creek
Town of Queen Creek issued the following announcement on Aug. 7.
Motorists now have an additional north-south option when traveling through Queen Creek. The Crismon Road extension, from Queen Creek Road Crismon Road Ribbon Cuttingnorth to Germann Road, opened on Aug. 7, following a ribbon cutting ceremony. The one-mile extension includes one lane in each direction, bike lanes and intersection improvements at Crismon and Germann roads.
“This new roadway provides an important additional north-south connector that will help alleviate some of the traffic on Ellsworth Road, especially as we are working to improve that roadway to three lanes in each direction,” stated Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney. “This project is just one example of our commitment to Better Roads Ahead here in Queen Creek.”
The Crismon Road extension is just one of the projects in the Town’s infrastructure improvement plan (IIP). The Town Council approved 10-year IIP identifies $195 million in roadway needs, adding 91 new lane miles through 41 projects.
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