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ADOT Kids: How ADOT builds roads
Hey, ADOT Kids! There’s a lot that goes into constructing roads, like our highways in Arizona. And we’re here to give you the details.
Helping veterans, their communities is the goal of new VFW specialty plates
Helping more veterans and their communities: That's the goal of two new specialty plates for Veterans of Foreign Wars and Veterans of Foreign Wars Arizona Auxiliary.
Going back to the 80s with Arizona Highways magazine
Join us as we flip through the January 1980 issue of Arizona Highways magazine.
Another ADOT acronym: RWIS
RWIS sites help ADOT crews learn about adverse weather conditions along perenially affected corridors. Learn more about them here!
New year? Resolve to drive safer!
New year, new you? ADOT has some excellent suggestions to help make you a better driver in 2022.
I-10 traffic switch, ramp closures at Miller Road in Buckeye signal ‘next stage’ for project
Project to widen I-10 in Buckeye reaches milestone.
The roles and responsibilities of the Arizona State Transportation Board
ADOT Director explains the roles, responsibilities of the State Transportation Board.
Arizona Rodeo debuts new specialty license plate
One of the newest specialty license plates is from Arizona Rodeo.
Mixing things up with asphalt to help preserve State Route 85
ADOT is testing a two-mile section of State Route 85 in Maricopa County using fiber-reinforced asphalt concrete.
Federal infrastructure money is coming... just not all at once
An explanation on how funds from the federal infrastructure bill are received and directed.
ADOT crews respond to abandoned mobile home on highway
Removing dilapidated, abandoned mobile home from a state highway isn't easy.
Broadband project connects Arizonans
Two active projects along I-17 and I-19 will add 200 miles of broadband conduit by early 2023.
Flagstaff student's design appears on Code Talker specialty plate
In 2020, Flagstaff student Alyssa Williams's design for the Code Talker specialty license plate won a contest. Now, her design honoring the Code Talkers has made it's way to license plates.
Maximizing resources by ADOT’s Insurance Recovery Unit
Our Insurance Recovery Unit is responsible for recovering costs associated with damage to the state’s transportation system. For fiscal year 2021, the team recovered $4.7 million.
A wider Loop 101 in play for the 2022 Phoenix Open, but consider shuttling to the event
We’re using our “pitching wedge” to get the word out about alternative parking plans for spectators headed to the Phoenix Open.
Celebrate Valventine's Day! Become an organ and tissue donor
February 14 is Valventine's Day! Did you know that 75% of recovered heart valves go to pediatric patients? Learn more abou
Fulfilling wishes with the help of license plates
Arizona is the founding chapter of the Make-A-Wish organization and also the first to sponsor a license plate. Order a Make-A-Wish Arizona specialty plate and help make wishes come true.
A salute to engineers
Feb. 20-26 is National Engineers Week and we're grateful for the work they do, building and maintaining the state highway system.
Learn more about the future Loop 101 widening project west of I-17
How to participate in a virtual meeting for an upcoming Loop 101 Agua Fria Freeway project.
The Arizona Specialty Plate Quiz
How well do you know your Arizona specialty license plates? Take the quiz to find out!