Queen Creek to receive $87.5M from state for SR24 connection

Queen Creek and Pinal counties will receive millions of dollars from the state for road improvement projects.

The funding will come from the $2.4 billion surplus left after the legislature adopted next year’s funding plan.

Queen Creek will receive $87.5 million to expand State Route 24 to include the SR24 and Ironwood Road transit interchanges. The allocation will allow Queen Creek to use its funds for “all necessary expenses from the current state of the project to its completion.” Additionally, Queen Creek must work with Pinal County before disbursing funds.

Pinal County will receive the following funds:

  • $5.3 million to be distributed to Coolidge for the reconstruction of Coolidge Avenue between Christensen Road and Clemmans Road.
  • $9.24 million to be distributed to Pinal County for the engineering and design of the West Pinal Parkway East-West Corridor.

We invite our readers to submit their public opinion, pro or con, on this issue. Send an email to AZOpinions@iniusa.org.

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