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Road closures, cautions for Pima County

PIMA COUNTY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Pima County Department of Transportation has updated their list of road closures and cautions from around the county.

As of 12:30 p.m. Wednesday the following roads are closed:

  • Catalina Hwy (Gen. Hitchcock Hwy) - Except to Residents & Employees
  • Redington Road at MP 3 the base of the road
  • Silverbell Road between Avra Valley Road to Sasco Road
  • Gates Pass Road @ Via Roma - due to weather

Drivers are advised to use caution on the following roads:

  • Pump Station Road between Avra Valley Road to El Tiro Road
  • Snyder Road between Sabino Canyon Road and Kolb Road at Ventana Wash
  • Snyder Road at the Ventana Wash between Kolb Road and Sabino Canyon Road
  • Wilds Road @ the Canada Del Oro Wash – Catalina area
  • Hawser Street east of Twin Lakes Drive - ponding water in road – Catalina area
  • Lago Del Oro Parkway between Golder Ranch Drive & Rail N Rd – Catalina area
  • Redington Road between MP26 and MP28
  • Silverbell Road from end of pavement to Sasco Road

To see these closures on a map go online to http://gis.pima.gov/maps/closures/

For road conditions after business hours, please contact the Pima County Sheriff's Department Road Conditions Hotline at (520) 547-7510.

For additional information, please contact Annabelle Valenzuela, Pima County Transportation, (520) 740-6410.

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