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tire debris removal
Shreds of tire treads have gained the nickname “gators” because many of them look like an alligator's back floating on the water’s surface. During National Tire Safety Awareness Week, we have tips for staying gator-free.
I-17 south of Flagstaff
A much-needed project on southbound I-17 south of Flagstaff will repair years of damage from winter weather.
water bottles in a cooler
Beat the heat by being prepared, staying hydrated.
I-10 dust storm
This monsoon season marks the third year ADOT is working to make the drive safer with our dust detection and warning system spanning 10 miles of the highway that’s most prone to wind-blown dust.
Adopt a Highway volunteer picks up trash
June 21 is the official first day of summer and with that brings an added layer of safety for Adopt a Highway volunteers to consider.
Highway Girders
Sometimes the work we do, such as setting girders for a new bridge, requires fully closing the highway to keep everyone safe. This 150-long girder weighs more than 70 tons. It was recently set over I-10 near 48th Street.
Truck inspection at POE
We’re thankful for our Enforcement and Compliance Division officers making key traffic stops in addition to their primary duties of enforcing commercial vehicle regulations to help keep motorists safe.
US 89 Tunnel Fire
Burn scars can pose a problem during monsoon season.
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az hires vets
ADOT and other state agencies will participate at a veterans hiring event on June 22 in Tucson.
child seats2
A look at child safety seats through the years.
Interstate 40 near Winslow during a dust storm
Summer means our monsoon season has arrived. According to the National Weather Service, Arizona’s summer monsoon season starts mid-June and lasts through the end of September. We can anticipate storms that bring lightning, rain and walls of dust. Driving through a dust storm can be dangerous and ill-advised, no matter where you are.
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Broadway Curve Quiz Cover
Are you #AheadOfTheCurve? Let’s find out!

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