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Scenic State Route 67 reopens, after being closed for the winter
State Route 67, also known as the Jacob Lake to Grand Canyon Highway, is one of Arizona's most scenic summer drives.
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Ribbon cutting at I-17 opening ceremony
Interstate 17, the Black Canyon Highway, was dedicated 55 years ago. Here's the story behind this important north-south link.
Triple axle trailer loaded with logs
Five years ago, ADOT helped launch the Health Forest Initiative to help prevent large wildfires and protect infrastructure. Now we're expanding that effort.
ADOT Engineer Kee Yazzie celebrates his retirement with his family.
Beyond his work as a civil engineer with ADOT's operation serving northeastern Arizona, Kee Yazzie was a key contact with Native American communities.
I-10 and Ina Road
Check out a slideshow and get an update on our progress finishing the final touches on a project that's improving mobility and safety in fast-growing Marana.
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Unusual Rock formation
Unusual rock formations are common in this part of the state. Join this week's "Where in AZ??" challenge.
 Students from Copper King Elementary School in Phoenix learned how math and science skills are used to build roads and other infrastructure while touring an ADOT Materials Lab.
A visit to the ADOT Materials Lab in Phoenix demonstrated how what taught in science, technology, engineering and mathematics helps those who build and maintain state highways.
Rebar tunnel
The light at the end of the tunnel is the subject of today's Art of Transportation post.
South Mountain Freeway and I-10 interchange under construction
With the last girder placed for the South Mountain Freeway interchange on I-10 in west Phoenix, ride along as we soar above the work zone.
Dynamic Message Sign: Blind Spots Hide Motorcycles Always Look Twice
ADOT's state engineer hopes you'll resolve to be more aware of other motorists, whether they’re driving a vehicle with two wheels or four.
Bicyclists share the road with cars along one of Arizona's rural highways
Same road, same rules, same rights and responsibilities. We offer tips on how bikes and cars can co-exist safely.
Smoke from a fire arises from the rocks along side the road.
Sparks from dragging chains, underinflated tires and tossed cigarettes can and do start fires along state highways. Here's how you can help.
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