The Inside Lane - July 2017

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The Inside Lane - July 2018

Read a message from the director focused on agency accomplishments. Learn about what happened during the recent legislative session. See photos from the Green Shop Award presentation in Yuma. Check out the before-and-after photos from a 5S project in Needle Mountain. Travel back to 1977 and read how pavement friction testing was conducted back then.

The Inside Lane - July 2019

Reminisce about ADOT’s beginnings 45 years ago.Learn how to stay safe during dust storms. Read about ADOT employees’ favorite memories. Meet the Safety Message Contest winners.

The Inside Lane - June 2017

Get an up-close look at how ADOT employees develop the agency’s five-year program. Find out what it takes to design and construct the work spaces we all use every day — from cubicles and conference rooms to MVD offices around the state. Play our new ADOT license plate bingo game on your next road trip! Learn about new versatile equipment being added to ADOT’s HAMP (and find out what the HAMP is all about).

The Inside Lane - June 2018

Read about a new agreement that’s making projects easier. Find out why ADOT maintenance crews ended up behind the walls of Perryville Prison. Learn about the role ADOT plays in a national winter maintenance research group. Check out photos of the “old MVD building” back in the 1930s.

The Inside Lane - June 2019

Meet babies who come to work with their parents at ADOT. Read how the Mobile MVD serves customers. Take a look back with ADOT's first female engineer. Learn how a new tool makes shoulder repair faster and safe. Discover how a small change results in big water savings.

The Inside Lane - March 2017

Find out where the agency is headed on its Continuous Improvement journey. Read how ECD officers seized 156 pounds of marijuana during back-to-back busts last month. Discover another side of ADOT’s Mentoring Program. Blast back to 1987 and get the scoop on the state’s big speed limit shift.

The Inside Lane - March 2018

Get a project update on SR 88, learn about a new partnership that’s bringing efficiency and cost savings, find out what’s new with the Grand Canyon State Logo Signs program and go way back to 1956 when ADOT hired its very first woman engineer.

The Inside Lane - March 2019

Learn how I-10/Ina Road improvements provide big benefits. Discover how MVD makes it easier to access services. Read about ADOT leading Arizona’s fleet consolidation. Meet Customer Service Award winner Quinn Farol.

The Inside Lane - May 2017

Take a behind-the-scenes look at Arizona Highways and learn how the magazine is still going strong after 90-plus years. See what ASU students came up with when they worked with ADOT to create a new type of cattle guard. Discover how the Yuma Port of Entry is making it easier for customers to buy permits online. Travel back to the 1980s when part of the “Stack” was first opened to traffic.

The Inside Lane - May 2018

Read how ECD officers in Douglas responded to a HAZMAT situation. Get details on a major landscape project involving crews from across the Central District. See some seriously impressive before-and-after photos from a recent 5S project. Find out who is taking home the Green Shop Award this year. Learn how ADOT impressed a classroom of kindergartners.

The Inside Lane - May 2019

See how ADOT firefighters train for aircraft fires. Meet Rusty Crerand, who troubleshoots public inquiries. Learn about the new #ADOTLeads training program. Read how ADOT rest areas are conserving water.

The Inside Lane - November 2016

This issue has a message from ADOT’s Chief Financial Officer Kristine Ward, you’ll find out how many bills ADOT pays each month (hint: it’s more than you think), and get details on a major project milestone that just happened in Surprise.

The Inside Lane - November 2018

Learn how teamwork is key to successful US 89 emergency repair. Read about Sunset Point Rest Area’s memorial to fallen employees. See photos of ADOT employees in purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Meet the Team of the Year, Payson Maintenance Unit. Discover how rail ties are preventing parking lot incidents.

The Inside Lane - November 2019

Learn why the Meteor City Bridge project is innovative. View photos of employees wearing purple to support Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Meet the Team of the Year, ECD Mobile Ports Operations.

The Inside Lane - Oct./Nov. 2017

Find answers regarding open enrollment. Learn about a new process that makes accessing record drawings much easier. See lots of photos from Safety Stand Down Day. See even more photos of ADOT employees wearing purple in support of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Discover how ADOT mapped out the state’s highway system in the 1970s.

The Inside Lane - October 2016

In this issue read a message from Assistant Director for Infrastructure Delivery and Operations Steve Boschen, learn how a team effort helped slash 100 days off the on-call task order execution process, get an update on the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway project, and find out what was happening at ADOT back in 1983.

The Inside Lane - October 2018

Learn how Safety Stand Down Day training prepares employees for hazards. Discover how the I-40 Devil Dog project moves at lightning speed. Meet the 2018 Leader of the Year Nina Makarenko. See how ADOT’s Procurement Resource Center team’s changes get big results.

The Inside Lane - October 2019

Meet Employee of the Year Maria Arvizo. Discover how Adopt a Highway volunteers save taxpayers $500,000 a year. Read our special 45th anniversary coverage. Learn why Incident Management is moving to TSMO.

The Inside Lane - September 2016

In this issue, read a message from ADOT Deputy Director for Operations Scott Omer, get the lowdown on ADOT's newest video series and a link to watch the first episode that puts Director Halikowski on the job with ADOT sign crews, learn how the Adopt a Highway volunteer program keeps our roads clean and saves the agency money, and travel back to the 1970s and take a look at a few photos from ADOT’s past.