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  • From the ADOT Archives: Communicating with the Public

    February 26, 2014
    Back in May of 1980, ADOT marked National Transportation Week with this outstanding exhibit that was displayed inside Phoenix's Central Library.

  • Welcome to the new ADOT Blog

    August 16, 2013
    If you’re reading this post it means you’ve found the ADOT Blog’s new home! So, what do you think? We really like the new space and hope you’ll take some time to look around and see how the entire ADOT website has been redesigned with you in mind.

  • Community outreach and US 89

    July 16, 2013
    Last week, when we shared with you the long-term repair solution that has been proposed for US 89, we explained how experts studied the area for months and put together a comprehensive report that includes a major amount of geological data (seriously, the report is 463 pages).

  • ADOT identifies long-term US 89 repair solution

    July 11, 2013
    The geotechnical investigation on US 89 (you know – that one we’ve been blogging about since February) is complete and we’re thrilled to share news of the results.

  • New Web page offers the latest US 89 details

    February 28, 2013
    Wow … we’ve certainly received a big response to all of the videos, Tweets, blog posts and news releases related to the closure of US 89 south of Page. A huge thank-you goes out to everyone who has helped us spread the word!

  • ADOT Twitter reaches milestone: #20,000 Tweets

    January 14, 2013
    Don’t know how closely you’ve been tracking ADOT’s Twitter feed lately, but something big just happened over there. At about 7 a.m. today, ADOT’s 20,000th Tweet went out to the masses!

  • Communication saving Seattle from Viadoom

    October 28, 2011
    Nicole Sherbert, ADOT Assistant Communication Director
    If you haven't yet heard, last Friday night WSDOT closed the Alaskan Way viaduct -- one of the two main north-south freeways through downtown Seattle -- for demolition and ultimate replacement with a waterfront tunnel.

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