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ADOT takes a look back at 2011
The new year officially is here, but before we dive into 2012 we’re going to take a quick look back. ADOT’s Public Information/Media Relations team came up with a great list of the state’s major transportation accomplishments from 2011 and we thought we’d share it here on the blog!
Highway crews rely on training and experience to deal with extreme heat
We probably don’t need to tell you this, but it is really, really hot out there … A lot of us are lucky to work indoors during the warmest parts of the day (thank goodness for air-conditioning!), but here at ADOT many employees are stationed outside to work.
Driving Safety Home: Messages on overhead signs are all about safety
Messages on ADOT electronic message boards may be fun but they're always focused on safety.
Engineers Week celebrates the people and projects that keep Arizona moving
Engineers are kind of a big deal here at ADOT.
Loop 303 closure scheduled this weekend as project reaches a major milestone
Those of you who drive Loop 303 in the Surprise area are in for a big switch. Starting next week you’ll be traveling on the newly-constructed northbound side of the freeway between Peoria Avenue and Mountain View Boulevard.
Transportation Defined: Guardrails
Guardrails. You see them all the time, right? But, how often do you really think about the important job they’re performing?
Here's what ADOT guardrails do and why they're so important
With crews are busy repairing a half mile of I-17 guardrail that burned in a wildfire near Cordes Junction, here's what guardrails are and why they're so important.'s-what-adot-guardrails-do-and-why-they're-so-important
Transportation Planning, part II
Last week we gave a brief overview of how ADOT plans for future transportation needs through a three-phased approach. We covered the Visioning phase (if money was no object, how would we plan for Arizona’s transportation future) and the Planning phase (given that resources are limited, how should we prioritize the needs identified in the Vision).
Give us your feedback on the Passenger Rail Corridor Study
ADOT, in partnership with the Federal Railroad Administration, has released the Draft Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement for ADOT’s Passenger Rail Corridor Study: Tucson to Phoenix.
Some changes in store for the ADOT Blog
After almost 800 posts, it’s time to change the way we do things here on the ADOT Blog.

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