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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.
Building a Freeway: Moving Dirt
Before you can build a freeway, you’ve got to move a little dirt... Make that a LOT of dirt, especially in the case of the Loop 303 project under construction right now in the West Valley.
Focus On Driving: Crashes in work zones spike in January
On average, more crashes occur in work zones in January in Arizona than in any other month.
Key ADOT projects move forward this year in Phoenix, Tucson and statewide
We’re only a month in, but 2015 is already looking like it’ll be a big year for ADOT.
I-17 climbing lane project moves to next phase
One of the most visible projects on Interstate 17 is moving onto the final phase of construction.
Driving Safety Home: Be alert and expect the unexpected
This Driving Safety Home message was going to focus solely on “Pull Aside, Stay Alive” and Arizona's "Move Over" law. But things changed.
Driving alert, slowing down can save a lives in work zones
Following two incidents in the past 10 days where two road workers having been hit on state highways, ADOT is reminding drivers to pay attention in work zones.
Drivers: Make safe decisions and get on the ‘nice list’
In an effort to encourage drivers to make better decisions behind the wheel, motorists will see Christmas-themed safety messages on ADOT’s overhead signs.
South Mountain Freeway receives final federal approval
The Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway has received final approval from the Federal Highway Administration, which means ADOT can now move the project forward.
State Transportation Board approves Five-Year Construction Program
The State Transportation Board voted last week to adopt the 2015-2019 Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program.
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