Thursday, December 20, 2012

Happy holidays from the ADOT Blog!

Happy holiday season, everyone!

It’s hard to believe the year is coming to a close, but we sure have enjoyed being able to share this blog with you in 2012.

We’re of course going to keep on posting in 2013, but we’re taking a little break after Friday (You’ll definitely want to come back here tomorrow, though. We’ve got a new video for you, along with some information on a construction project milestone!).

Before the blog goes on its week-long vacation, we wanted to let you know about a few important items…
  • It’s just the blog that’s taking a holiday break! All ADOT and MVD offices will be open EXCEPT for Tuesday, Dec. 25 and Tuesday, Jan. 1 when they’ll close in recognition of the Christmas and New Year holidays. 
  • There are plenty of places to find ADOT information online during the holidays. You can visit ADOT’s website and the ADOT Twitter feed for updates, and if you’re looking for detailed traffic conditions, you can always call 511 or head over to

Finally, we hope you all stay safe and have a very happy holiday!!
Posted by Angela DeWelles   |  Labels:  ADOT


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