We are throwing back to 1972 and a busy highway intersection in Yuma.
Learn more about these structures, which after nearly 80 years continue to provide value to those living in, visiting and traveling through this southeastern Arizona community.
It's an unusual "Where in AZ??" image to start of the year!
Want to find a New Year's resolution that will benefit not only you, but others as well? Deciding now to be a safer driver in the new year is a great way to start 2020 off right.
An ADOT employee went out of his way to help two out-of-state motorist with a flat tire on Interstate 40.
Happy Tax Season everyone! We know … you can hardly contain your excitement. Ah, the afterglow of the new year… Holiday decorations come down. Beloved out-of-town family and friends return home – FINALLY! And of course, the most joyous...
Like most photos we throwback to, this one also comes to us undated. It is simply labeled "SR89A East Sedona." We hardly need to be told that last part, as the distinctive rock formations on the road heading toward Oak Creek Canyon speak...
It's been more than 90 years since crews completed the original Navajo Bridge, an arching, architecturally significant span that looms dramatically across Marble Canyon and provides a rare vehicle crossing of the Colorado River in a remote...
If you're a bridge aficionado, today's challenge is the one for you!
As with other recent interchange projects, I-10 and Ruthrauff Road is getting a bridge carrying local traffic across the freeway and railroad tracks.
Adopt a Highway offers an opportunity to serve all year round.
The South Mountain Freeway has been open less than one full month, but most drivers already refer to Arizona’s newest freeway by its number: 202. There are now three segments of the Loop 202 circling the Valley. But to those involved in...
A model for the Sacaton Rest Area shows an interesting glimpse of what might have been.
Next week is Stormwater Awareness Week. Here's what that means for state highways.
It's another Sunday brain teaser with our weekly "Where in AZ??" challenge.
Good ol' Why, Arizona. This unincorporated community in southern Arizona of just over 160 people (as of the last census) always ranks high on the list of weird town names in Arizona, and often makes the list for the most unusual place name...
You are getting away for a long weekend in the White Mountains. Or maybe you are coming back from a vacation at Rocky Point. Either way, you are on the highway and wondering how much longer until you reach your destination. Then, a little...
Here's a view that's not so common: the beginnings of the original Burro Creek bridge on US 93.
Want to see the best places the state has to offer? The Arizona highway system has you covered.
If you're into bridges, today's "Where in AZ??" post may be for you!