Washington Street (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeological Testing of the East Papago Freeway Corridor from 52nd Street, Phoenix, to College Avenue, Tempe, Arizona (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Gary Huckleberry.

Test excavations were performed in the corridor of the East Papago Freeway between November 15 and December 19, 1988. The project area extends from the 52nd Street alignment at Washington Street to College Avenue and is divided into three segments: 52nd to 56th streets, 56th Street to Mill Avenue, and Mill Avenue to College Avenue. The project area is approximately 3 km in length and is located almost entirely within the active geological floodplain...

Pre-Construction Testing at the Off-Street Transit Center, 44th Street and Washington Street, Pueblo Grande AZ U:9:1(ASM), Phoenix, Arizona (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael Droz. Glenn Stuart. Andrea Gregory. Deborah Ferguson. Glennda Luhnow.

This report presents the results of an archaeological pre-construction testing program completed at the location of the Off-Street Transit Center (Transit Center) at the southwest corner of 44th and Washington streets, within the City of Phoenix. The property is shaped like a right triangle measuring approximately 206 m (686 ft) from east to west and 127 m (422 ft) north to south. The parcel is bounded on the north and east by Washington Street and 44th Street, respectively. The southern...

Project M 1471 (1) Washington I70 To 52nd Avenue and Project M 7731(1) Washington Street, 52nd Avenue To State Highway 224 (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Anonymous.

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SRP Facilities and Federal Properties Reconnaissance (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text URS Corporation.

This report was conducted by URS Corporation in January of 2002. It identifies SRP water and irrigation facilities and federal properties that could be impacted by a lightrail crossing. There also are notes requesting SRP identification of features. The areas covered in this reconnaissance include the cities of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa. Most of the impacted features are gate structures and laterals.