As part of an ongoing effort to modernize the I-15 Virgin River Gorge corridor, ADOT will begin a series of bridge rehabilitation projects in early 2014.
2013 was full of some pretty big accomplishments here at ADOT and we can’t help but want to look back. So, join us today and tomorrow as we review the the year!
We hope you’re ready for more reminiscing! Today, we're focusing on some of the transportation accomplishments that took place on the state highway system last year.
We’ve already covered the milestones related to Phoenix-area freeways and the state highway system, so today we’re going to turn our attention to some of the planning, campaigns and other accomplishments that took place last year.
You know that there are layers of dirt and rock lie beneath the surface you drive on, but would you guess that some roads are built on top of a special material (in addition to all the dirt and rocks)?
Cone trucks are used by ADOT crews to get cones on the road in a safe and efficient manner.
ADOT wants to make drivers aware of the laws governing registration and proper display of Arizona-issued license plates.
This year, ADOT will move forward with some long-anticipated projects to widen existing highways, replace outdated bridges and build new modern traffic interchanges.
We draw them, we review them and we use them during construction, because they tell us what to do. Roadway plans are common around ADOT, but maybe you’ve never seen them for yourself.
The environmental clearance process is a big step that has to be cleared before construction can begin on a project.
ADOT is continuing its work toward rebuilding US 89 as soon as safely possible and while there’s no huge project milestone to share with you at the moment, we thought you might be interested in a quick update.
Two ADOT employees found and rescued a lost German Shepherd mix named Lexi.
The photo was taken in December 1978 and, according to our notes, was snapped on I-15 near the Cedar Pocket exit.
After you sell a vehicle, you should immediately file a Notice of Vehicle Sale with MVD. There are plenty of good reasons for this, not the least of which is to avoid an Abandoned Vehicle fee.
Ramp meters help to control the flow of traffic entering a freeway.
There’s a chance for snow in parts of the state today and tomorrow, which means ADOT’s snowplow drivers are getting ready for the storm ahead.
Crews recently removed lead paint from the 100-year-old Chevelon Creek Bridge near Winslow.
The Arizona and Nevada departments of transportation have launched a public feedback period for the I-11 and Intermountain West Corridor Study that’s completely online.
A new pedestrian bridge spans over the Loop 101 on Galveston Street (between Ray Road and Chandler Boulevard) and was built in partnership with the city of Chandler.
We're celebrating Engineers Week by looking back at some of our previous engineering-focused blog posts.