Maintenance

From the ADOT Blog

Safety is top priority for ADOT maintenance crews

October 8, 2013

Today's video does a very good job of summing up what the maintenance crews do and why it should matter to the traveling public.


3 landscape maintenance tasks regularly performed by ADOT crews that you might not know about

January 18, 2013

If you liked the list of five electrical maintenance tasks regularly performed by ADOT crews we shared last month, you’re in luck today.


5 electrical maintenance tasks regularly performed by ADOT crews that you might not know about

December 18, 2012

Road maintenance is about more than just paving roads and fixing guardrail.


ADOT ready for winter season; snow removal a priority

November 16, 2012

Winter isn't officially here yet, but Arizona has already received some snowy weather this month. Don't worry … the season's early start hasn't caught ADOT off guard.


ADOT crews get ready for a snowy winter

October 17, 2012

ADOT snowplow drivers and support staff already are preparing for the icy, cold months ahead … And, yes, ADOT has snowplow drivers – the state isn't all desert! Arizona winters always bring plenty of storms to keep our crews busy … remember this doozy from March?


On ALERT

April 20, 2011

When an ADOT road in the greater-Maricopa County area needs to be closed due to a major crash, emergency or weather-related incident, the Arizona Local Emergency Response Team is put to the task. Otherwise known as ALERT (what a fitting acronym for this team always ready to act!), the group is made up of 10 ADOT maintenance employees who – on top of their regular daytime duties – volunteer to be on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to any emergency call.