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Crossing the gore area is not allowed
If it’s been a while since you studied up on the Arizona driver license manual, you might not recall that it is against the law to drive through a gore area ... or that it's three points against your license if you violate this traffic rule.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2012/11/27/crossing-the-gore-area-is-not-allowed
Public comment period begins this week for ADOT's passenger rail study
As ADOT continues to study the feasibility of a passenger rail line between Phoenix and Tucson, the agency is looking to the public to provide input on the three alternatives that have been selected for further study.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2014/03/06/public-comment-period-begins-this-week-for-adot's-passenger-rail-study
Transportation Defined: Inclinometers
When engineers suspect a slope or embankment might be moving, they can use an inclinometer to see if their hunch is correct …
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2013/02/27/transportation-defined-inclinometers
Freight can’t move by bus
I-11 assessment requires vision, recognition of growing needs
I-11 isn’t a highway for today. This is a corridor for the future – a future in Arizona that has the state at the center of a worldwide economy.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2014/10/06/I-11-assessment-requires-vision-recognition-of-growing-needs
ADOT Five Year Construction Program available for comment
Arizona’s transportation system has evolved over the past 100 years from a series of unpaved roads into a robust network of highways, airports and transit systems equipped with the latest technology and innovations.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2012/03/05/adot-five-year-construction-program-available-for-comment
Transportation Defined: Minibenches
Dirt has been a pretty popular topic for us. Today, we want to explain why we bench it. More specifically, why we minibench it.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2015/02/25/transportation-defined-minibenches
ADOT team works to preserve history
ADOT does a lot of digging, but we have to be very careful not to disturb any historic (or prehistoric) sites that could be at a potential project site. That’s where the ADOT Historic Preservation Team comes in. As a part of ADOT’s Environmental Planning Group, this team is in place to make sure all ADOT projects adhere to state and federal historic preservation laws.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2012/08/15/adot-team-works-to-preserve-history
Happy birthday to the ADOT Blog!
The ADOT Blog turns one today ... that's a lot of blog posts, photos and videos! One year ago today we launched this blog and now, 12 months later, we’re trying to figure out how to mark the anniversary…
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2012/04/11/happy-birthday-to-the-adot-blog!
Free training offered by ADOT gives job-seekers a gateway to construction careers
What do you get when ADOT sponsors free training for people interested in construction careers? Jobs for people who need them.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2017/09/18/job-seekers-plus-adot's-free-training-equals-gateway-to-construction-careers
ADOT's Tentative Five-Year Construction Program available for comment
ADOT’s tentative Five-Year Construction Program is now online and available for your review and comments ...
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2013/03/07/adot's-tentative-five-year-construction-program-available-for-comment

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