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U.S. 89A, an 87-mile stretch between Bitter Springs to Fredonia in far northern Arizona, provides jaw-dropping views of spectacular vistas amid iconic, rugged landscape. It is known for Jacob Lake, … more
Highway construction is and has been labor-intensive, but after we found this photo from December 1933, we couldn’t be happier to be living in our modern, mechanized age. more
ADOT recently published the latest Motor Vehicle Crash Facts report and I’m happy to say that there’s some good news in there. more
For the ADOT Motor Vehicle Division, the effects of the public health emergency actually have been unprecedented, specifically in how we’re able to meet customer demand. more
The use of thermal detection cameras to spot wrong-way vehicles on freeway off-ramps along Phoenix-area freeways will continue to grow, especially after the cameras have worked well as part of a pilot project along Interstate 17. more
We are all in this together, as stated by Governor Doug Ducey at the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, and I couldn’t agree more. more
We’re proud to let the world know that getting Commercial Driver License (CDL) services at the ADOT Motor Vehicle Division has become a lot easier. more
When ADOT constructs a new road or bridge, you can thank somebody like Patrice Brun for being one of the first engineers to turn over the soil or move the rock; but he isn’t putting down asphalt or building bridge piers. more
It was a very good 2019 for the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Adopt a Highway program, with a record number of volunteer groups removing more litter along more miles of state … more
It has been said that engineers solve problems you didn’t know you had in ways you don’t understand. more
Let’s take a trip to Four Corners. Sounds simple enough, right? All you need is some gas in the car, a GPS, maybe some road trip music and snacks, and you are good to go. More than likely we’ll be cruising down the entire length of US 160 to get there. more
The two-week Construction Academy offers free training that helps women, minorities, veterans and members of other disadvantaged groups, including the unemployed, launch careers in construction. more
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