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State Route 260 eastbound White Mountains SR 473
Arizona is full of scenic roads, but it's hard to beat State Route 260 as it winds its way between Cottonwood and the White Mountains.
US 191 trash copy
Nothing ruins a great shot of Arizona's beautiful scenery like someone's trash. But, picture being the one who helps ensure the state looks camera ready by adopting a mile of highway.
Pinto Creek bridge US 60 girders construction work summer 2021
Whether it's the satisfying geometry of a bridge's lines and shapes or the sheer immensity of its size, the various construction stages are a sight to see. When it comes to the new Pinto Creek Bridge on US 60, you have the added appeal of stunning desert scenery and staggering slopes set against an Arizona blue sky.
I-10 Deck Park Tunnel Lighting LED installation
Things are looking pretty bright for our project to install LED lighting in the Deck Park Tunnel - pun intended.
motorcycles
Whether you are on two wheels or four, now is the time to make motorcycle safety a priority.
Where in AZ photo
If you're looking for a scenic Arizona drive, today's "Where in AZ??" location might be a good one!
Fairbanks Middle School AAH cleanup lottery ticket
You are never too young to care about your community, something demonstrated recently by a group of middle school students who helped clean up a section of US 191 near Morenci.
This is the Gravesite of Angeline Hoagland, courtesy American Pioneer & Cemetery Research Project
Angeline Hoagland would be amazed. After all, she was but a toddler when she died near the Old Black Canyon Highway in 1889, but stories of her death – and reports of her “ghost” – are alive and kicking today.
Bridge elements with parts labeled
Ever wonder how a bridge, whether it be a stately metal connector over a canyon or a concrete slab over a wash, comes into being? And why they take the form they do? Well, let us tell you!
Justin Herman, highways director 1956-73
History will most likely remember the late Justin Herman, Arizona Highway Department director from 1956-1973, as the energetic leader who shepherded in the modern state freeway system, including the Black Canyon (I-17), Superstition (US 60) and Maricopa (I-10) freeways.
SR 288 Salt River Bridge
This century-old other bridge over the Salt River deserves some recognition.
Where in AZ photo
Our weekly challenge features a unique Arizona image and this week is no different.

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