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Los Endos Blvd Widening-Foothill Area

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Los Endos Boulevard Widening Project--65th to Leonard

This project will widen Los Endos Boulevard from 2 to 4 lanes between NE 65th Street and SE Leonard Lane in the Foothill area on the east side of the city. Foothill is one of the fastest growing areas in the Los Endos area and will soon be home to many new residential construction projects. Los Endos Boulevard, being the only east-west arterial in the area, aside from the Desert Lakes Highway (Highway 94), is expected to be subjected to a heavy load of traffic, and motorists are already experiencing significant congestion.

Map of vicinity:


This is the existing intersection of NE 65th Street and E Los Endos Blvd. Part of the roadway here has already been widened to 4 lanes from a previous project. (looking east)


Existing intersection of SE Los Endos Blvd at SE Radio Terrace (looking east)


Existing 90-degree bend on Los Endos, just east of 65th (looking east)


Existing intersection of SE Los Endos Blvd at SE Leonard Lane, the project's southern boundary (looking east) (Also note the name of the road to the north of Leonard on the map . . . rolleyes.gif)


A temporary alignment is constructed while the wider curve is being constructed (looking east)



More work being done near Leonard Lane (looking east):


The finished product at the 65th Street intersection (looking east):


The new 90-degree bend, with the detour route still faintly visible (looking east):


The finished Leonard Lane intersection. The city decided to get a little jump start and widened a short stretch south of Leonard:


You may have also noticed a "Jan Haskins Parkway" on the map . . . you'll be seeing that in one of the next couple updates as well. TDOT and the City of Los Endos are trying to get a jumpstart on the massive influx of new Foothill residents.

-Alex (Tarkus)

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