Not only was Grant Road closed, the sign also blocked the bike lane on Mountain Avenue.

Repaving of Grant Road started yesterday and may throw a wrench into the commute of cyclists trying to cross Grant Road.

Crews will be repaving Grant Road between Santa Rita Avenue, which is between Mountain and Park Avenues, and Columbus Boulevard during the month of April.

Crews will be closing intersections as the paving crews are working in the area. As an example, Mountain Avenue was closed yesterday morning during the morning commute.

Bike commuters may want to add some time to their commutes in case of detours.

Here are the details:

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One thought on “Grant Road repaving may throw wrench into commutes”
  1. I think cyclists should be allowed on this section of Mountain Ave.
    It’s hard enough to find safe commuting routes in this city. With the
    exception of the Loop and a few streets near the U of A, Tucson is more
    suited to commuting by driving than bicycling.

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