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A tale fit for Halloween: ADOT’s bat man to the rescue
ADOT goes to bat for a couple of flying mammals near the San Pedro River.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2016/10/31/a-tale-fit-for-halloween-adot-s-bat-man-to-the-rescue
Throwback Thursday: Just two trucks, lots of horses for the 1915 Arizona Highway Department
Fading photos from ADOT's archive show how the Arizona Highway Department built and maintained roadways not long after statehood.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2017/03/09/throwback-thursday-just-two-trucks-lots-of-horses-for-the-1915-arizona-highway-department
Rediscovered ‘Family Circus’ cartoon shows the power of ‘packratting’
In this blog, the second remembering cartoonist and Arizona resident Bill Keane, we take a closer look at the cartoon itself.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2018/05/15/rediscovered-family-circus-cartoon-shows-the-power-of-packratting
Expansion joints give bridges room to breathe
When we blogged about quiet pavement back in December, we got a lot of comments… We received plenty of questions, too, which we’ll attempt to answer here on the blog in the coming weeks – starting with one on bridge expansion joints.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2012/02/10/expansion-joints-give-bridges-room-to-breathe
On Phoenix-area freeways, 2016 accomplishments and more improvements in 2017
Before we talk about Phoenix-area projects coming this year, let's look in the rearview mirror at 2016 accomplishments.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2017/01/13/on-phoenix-area-freeways-2016-accomplishments-and-more-improvements-in-2017
From the Director: ADOT keeps economy moving in 2017
This year ADOT will continue to make improvements in our state transportation system to ensure we keeps Arizona’s economy moving.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2017/02/16/from-the-director-adot-keeps-economy-moving-in-2017
Tentative Construction Program is ready for public comment
We want your feedback on the Tentative Five-Year Construction Program, a plan that helps ADOT to prioritize projects.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2015/03/20/tentative-construction-program-is-ready-for-public-comment
The Science of Transportation: Sieve Analysis
You might think that highway construction is all about big machinery, heavy-duty vehicles, massive structures and materials by the ton – but it’s not.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2014/03/20/the-science-of-transportation-sieve-analysis
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
Boulders on a highway? For US 89A repairs, ADOT called Boulder Busters
Learn how ADOT used an explosive device the size of a shotgun shell to reopen 24 miles of US 89A after a widespread flash flood.
http://azdot.gov/media/blog/posts/2016/08/04/boulders-on-a-highway-for-us-89a-repairs-adot-called-boulder-busters

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