From the Director

Expanding Truck Load Map
The Arizona Department of Transportation has started a year-long pilot program that allows slightly heavier trucks to travel on interstates in Southern Arizona. The program began Sept. 1.
Jared Veldheer's Jersey
What does Arizona Cardinals left tackle and captain Jared Veldheer have in common with the Arizona Department of Transportation? We both know that seat belts save lives.
Continuous Improvement in practice at an MVD Office
ADOT is working to examine our current processes and identify ways to do better for the customers we serve.
A line of tractor trailers on the highway
ADOT is in line to receive a $54 million federal grant to help fund two key widening projects on Interstate 10 between Phoenix and Tucson.
Continued investment in our state’s busiest corridors and those beyond our state borders will provide better mobility and help enhance economic development.
Roadway in a dust storm
At ADOT, our crews remind everyone of the do’s and don’ts of driving through a dust storm with our "Pull Aside, Stay Alive" education campaign. ADOT is doing more than just an education campaign.
I-10 Corridor near the Mexico border
Here's why a pact signed by officials from Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas is an important step forward for transportation in the Southwest.
Crash resulting in traffic standstill
When a driver intentionally speeds and gets injured or dies in a traffic collision, is it an accident?
National Household Travel Survey
For ADOT, the National Household Travel Survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Transportation serves as an important planning tool.


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