Come January, our focus will be on Pinal County in a big way.
An ADOT innovation gets drivers back on the freeway faster after a maintenance closure.
ADOT crews that fix guardrails and fill potholes also assist whenever they are needed on traffic incidents.
We're taking it back to the mid-60s today and construction of the only highway in the country still using the metric system.
ADOT's culture of continuous improvement looks has employees looking for cost savings everywhere, including the trunk of old vehicles.
We're kicking off the first weekend of the year with a brain teaser testing your knowledge of Arizona.
It's remodel time at the Sacaton Rest Area! In addition to a new look, the rest area will be getting needed sewer and electrical upgrades.
Please keep safety in mind regardless of where you are driving over the next day or two.
Road construction can be a challenge on a good day, but is especially challenging when building a road through the mountains.
On average, more crashes occur in work zones in January in Arizona than in any other month.
Our "Where in AZ??" challenge offers a unique perspective on an Arizona roadway.
The MVD just had its best month ever! It's not the number of transactions we're talking about, it's customer service.
Construction activity on Pima County highways kicked off in 2018 with the bridge over Ina Road coming down and that's just beginning of improvements planned for the county over the coming years.
We dug up a photo of a road crew at work in the 1930s!
White stripes on highways around Flagstaff show that ADOT crews have been preparing for a winter storm.
We're wrapping up the week by showing you what happened at ADOT this week.
Recognize this river or this bridge? Join our "Where in AZ??" Facebook challenge!
Distracted Driving Awareness Week is a good time to be reminded that safer roads are up to us.
An Arizona photographer has traveled tens of thousands of miles to document US 89.
ADOT staff members in the field shared photos and video during the recent snowstorm to help drivers make safe decisions.