Before Thanksgiving, the final work on the State Route 347 grade-separation project should be mostly completed, barring more rain, which is predicted Wednesday.

Arizona Department of Transportation road crews starting striping roadways Sunday. Drivers are urged to use caution and watch for construction personnel in work areas.

Monday, crews continue striping on Honeycutt Road, Honeycutt Avenue and Plainview Street.

From 10 p.m. Tuesday until 5 a.m. Wednesday, crews are expected to finish striping Maricopa Road and Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway between SR 347 to Maricopa Groves Parkway. The roads will be narrowed to one lane only or one lane in each direction to allow one side of the road to be striped at a time.

Striping work on SR 347 will be completed under “rolling closures,” which is a common highway traffic control technique used for construction activities requiring short-term road restrictions. Please take extra care when driving past the mobile striping operation, and do not drive on wet pavement markings.

When the striping work is completed, the $23 million construction project to build a new overpass over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks in Maricopa will be substantially completed. Construction activities may continue off and on over the next few months, but impacts to drivers should be minimal.