Avenida del Yaqui Improvement Project

Last October 2022, the Arizona Department of Transportation, in coordination with the Federal Highway Administration, Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) and the town of Guadalupe, broke ground on street and sidewalk improvements along Avenida del Yaqui, the main artery in historic Guadalupe. One year later, the project team has finished its work. 

About the Project

Construction crews resurfaced the pavement and installed new curb, gutter, sidewalks, driveways and striping between Calle Carmen and the Highline Canal. New traffic signs, enhanced pedestrian crossings and a designated bicycle lane also were part of the project.

The majority of the $6.1 million project was funded through federal transportation dollars, with the town of Guadalupe and MAG providing additional funds. 

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Avenida del Yaqui project wraps up

Town officials and citizens from Guadalupe spent Saturday morning Nov. 5 celebrating the completion of a year-long project to spruce up Avenida del Yaqui, the historic town’s main artery.

Couuncilmember Elvira Osuna, Mayor Valerie Molina and Councilmember Mary bravo Ribbon Cuttin Photo

(L-R) Town of Guadalupe Councilmember Elvira Osuna, Mayor Valerie Molina and Councilmember Mary Bravo prepare to cut the ribbon, officially opening the improved Avenida del Yaqui.

Fact Sheet
avenida del yaqui fact sheet

Project Map
Avenida del Yaqui Project Map

Bicyclists enjoy Avenida del Yaqui's new designated bike lane photo

Bicyclists of all ages enjoy the improved Avenida del Yaqui, which includes a designated bike lane.