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There are more than 100 different specialty plates in Arizona that you can look for on the roads everyday. Take this NEW bingo card with you on your family roadtrips!
The latest episode of our podcast, On the Road With ADOT, features Kelsey Mo, a public information officer who specializes in safety topics, and Garin Groff, a public information officer who does interviews aplenty about the I-10 dust detection system.
Monsoon Awareness Week is June 9-15 this year. It provides the Arizona Department of Transportation the opportunity to remind drivers of the dangers associated with our monsoon storms, especially dust storms. Our “Pull Aside, Stay Alive” safety campaign provides drivers with the tools to stay safe, if you are ever near or caught in a dust storm.

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There are more than 100 different specialty plates in Arizona that you can look for on the roads everyday. Take this NEW bingo card with you on your family roadtrips!
The latest episode of our podcast, On the Road With ADOT, features Kelsey Mo, a public information officer who specializes in safety topics, and Garin Groff, a public information officer who does interviews aplenty about the I-10 dust detection system.
Monsoon Awareness Week is June 9-15 this year. It provides the Arizona Department of Transportation the opportunity to remind drivers of the dangers associated with our monsoon storms, especially dust storms. Our “Pull Aside, Stay Alive” safety campaign provides drivers with the tools to stay safe, if you are ever near or caught in a dust storm.
A broken wooden pallet. A couch missing its cushions. A singular ladder. A gray ottoman. These are just a few of the unsecured items that have fallen off vehicles and onto Arizona’s highways that ADOT crews have collected within the last...
Together, 27 ADOT Motor Vehicle Division locations collected nearly 450 pounds of aluminum can tabs as part of a fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House Charities in Arizona.
Quite a few of us were pleased to see a letter to the editor in Sunday’s Arizona Daily Sun in Flagstaff praising an improvement that started when someone reached out to ADOT Constituent Services.
Volunteer group leader Arturo Delgado wasted no time heading out for a first cleanup on his newly adopted mile, located on State Route 87 from milepost 222 to 224. The segment is near the western trailhead to Mount Ord (external link) and...
The latest episode of our podcast, On the Road With ADOT, features Brad Burgess, program administrator in the ADOT Broadband Office. Please spend a few minutes listening to him chat with our host, Doug Nintzel, about how ADOT is helping bring broadband internet to rural Arizona.
ADOT is celebrating 23 new and renewed Adopt a Highway volunteer groups this quarter.
The Blue Envelope Program works by allowing an individual to present a blue envelope when contacted by law enforcement to indicate that someone in the vehicle may interact differently during the situation.