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Loop 202 Red Mountain east of future mini-stack
Today, we throw it back to a Red Mountain Freeway in progress.
Prescott courthouse
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Incident response unit truck
It’s Crash Responder Safety Week and, here at ADOT, we’re spotlighting a team that responds to incidents and help improve...
Reusing concrete
Asphalt millings, concrete, metal and steel are the most common types of construction waste; but the Broadway Curve project team has future plans for all of them.
plant salvage
Crews are removing viable native vegetation along the 23-mile I-17 improvement project corridor so it can be cared for and closely monitored during construction, then eventually replanted alongside an improved wider highway.
Adopt a Highway volunteers
The Arizona Department of Transportation remembers veterans for the commitment made to our great nation and those who continue...
Elk fence along I-17
A collaboration with the Arizona Game & Fish Department helped to greatly reduce elk-vehicle crashes on this Arizona highway.
Grand Canyon Airport Terminal
The Grand Canyon National Park Airport terminal is celebrating 55 years!
LAFE MCDANIEL
Lafe McDaniel died during the construction of the Navajo Bridge, but his identiity and his life had been largely forgotten in the decades after his death.
Zipper Merge
A shorter queue. A lowered risk of rear-end collisions. Increased roadway efficiency. These are the benefits of the zipper merge!

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