Arizona Highways

Salome historical marker
Salome was made famous by larger-than-life Arizona legend Dick Wick Hall, who founded and named the town and was well known of his humorous pokes at Arizona's weather.
Roundabout on SR 88 at Superstition Boulevard
The studies are in, and the evidence is clear: Roundabouts are safer than traditional intersections with stop lights. They've caught on in Europe, but America is slower to embrace them.
Justin Herman, highways director 1956-73
History will most likely remember the late Justin Herman, Arizona Highway Department director from 1956-1973, as the energetic leader who shepherded in the modern state freeway system, including the Black Canyon (I-17), Superstition (US 60) and Maricopa (I-10) freeways.
Arizona Highways magazine tourism economic impact
A new report shows that Arizona Highways Magazine, published by ADOT, has a direct impact in tourism money coming into the state.
AZ Highways 1978 Cover Pullout
There's something magical about the holidays, and who better to capture that then the photographers at Arizona Highways Magazine? Take a look at a December issue from the 1970s!
Arizona Highways Award
Arizona Highways is read and loved around the world, which is why it came as no surprise that it has receive yet more accolades.

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