Dust Storms

Tractor trailers on I-10 head towards a dust storm.
Ever wonder why drivers are advised to turn off all vehicle lights once they have pulled safely off the road during a dust storm? Today, we've got your answer.
Pull Aside, Stay Alive
Drivers are reminded to ‘Pull Aside, Stay Alive’ this monsoon season.
ADOT’s dust storm playlist
We created a dust storm playlist that reflects the musical messages of dust storm safety. #PullAsideStayAlive
Will you know what to do?
Dust and wind must make for some good poetic inspiration, because we’ve received so many outstanding Haboob Haikus!
Pull Aside, Stay Alive: Pull completely off the roadway, take your foot off the break, turn lights off and keep seatbelt on
Monsoon season starts this Sunday and brings with it the increased chance of high winds, blowing dust and other conditions that can really impact your drive.
Dust Storm
ADOT is conducting research into communication about dust storms and drivers are invited to participate in a brief online survey.
Dust Storm
If you’ve got 17 syllables to spare, we want to hear from you because #HaboobHaiku is back!
dust storm
We’re headed into monsoon season, which means motorists need to be on alert. High winds, blowing dust and other conditions that can impact your drive are more common this time of year.
Road visibility in a dust storm
Our new "Pull Aside, Stay Alive" video helps spread dust storm safety message.
1979 dust storm
Taken in 1979 at 19th Avenue and the Salt River in Phoenix, these pictures in today's blog post show an area before and during a pretty intense-looking dust storm.


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