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Adopt a Highway sign: In Memory Mom Dad Tom Schlecht
Adopting a highway can be a great way to honor a special person while also beautifying our state.
Scenic view of river bordered by trees with mountains in the background from under a bridge.
Can you pinpoint the location of this bridge and the cool waters below it?
Traffic camera image with hazardous debris highlighted
Following up on Arizona Secure Your Load Day, a driver's jaw-dropping experience at an intersection prompts a reminder that a little common sense can help keep everyone safer.
Road debris
We handle all sorts of questions on social media, but there's one subject where you should call 911 instead of @ us.
ADOT Adopt a Highway sign
Mary Currie decided early on that it was important to walk the walk, so she organized employees in her part of ADOT to adopt a mile of US 60 northwest of the Valley.
Archive photo of Miami to Superior Highway plaque
What became of a plaque installed to commemorate the 1922 opening of a highway that's no longer in use?
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Inside a restroom at the Sacaton rest area
Water conservation is something all of us should practice. Here is what ADOT is doing to use less water.
Silhouette of a stage coach, driver and horses in full gallop.
Get your thinking cap on and let us know "Where in AZ??" this photo was taken.
Wrigley, the lost Shetland Sheepdog found and returned by ADOT crew.
An ADOT maintenance crew quickly jumped into action when they spied a dog on the side of the highway near Payson.
Frances Walker the first female engineer in the Arizona Highway Department
More than 60 years ago, Frances Walker became the first female engineer with the Arizona Highway Department. Here is what highway engineering looked like back then.
Milepost markers 314 and 326 on US 70
We may not have solved this mystery, but we have a pretty good guess as to why numbers on mile markers jump suddenly between Bylas and Safford.
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Crews working at night on bridge abutments for the new interchanges at Pinnacle Peak and Happy Valley roads
Piers and bridge abutments for the new interchanges at Pinnacle Peak and Happy Valley roads are currently going up, so take a look at some of the work happening right now.

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