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Where in AZ
Will you be on the right track when you take our "Where in AZ??" challenge?
Clark family Adopt a Highway SR 473
For 11 years the Jim Clark and his family have honored his parents by driving five hours to help clean up a stretch of State Route 473.
Teen Driver Safety Week
This week is National Teen Driver Safety Week and it couldn’t come at a more appropriate time. In Arizona, more teen drivers...
L-202 Santan Ray Road camera
If seeing is believing, then Phoenix-area motorists can now get behind the wheel more confident than ever of what to expect...
Permit Test New Driver
If you’re not almost 16 years old, nobody else in your family is almost 16 years old and you don’t even have any friends (or...
One ADOT
What does it mean to be “One ADOT?” Check out our video to see.
Where in AZ
We 'beleaf' you'll like this week's fall-themed "Where in AZ??" challenge.
I-10-Eloy-Westbound-View
However you add it up, the addition of two new lanes to I-10 between Picacho and Eloy is good news.
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Incident Response Unit
ADOT has created new teams to better respond to the scene of highway crashes.
Move over director blog
Our director talks about what "move over" should mean to Arizona motorists.
Emergency exercise at Grand Canyon Airport
The Grand Canyon Park Airport staff and other first responders were put through their paces in August as part of triennel emergency exercise.
Where in AZ
We expect pet lovers may be best able to identify this location!

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