Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

flying drone for aerial shots
Using a federal grant, ADOT recently obtained two drones and certified two pilots to help share views of projects and landscapes.
trucks
ADOT joins other DOTs in seeking a federal grant to develop a program alerting commercial truck drivers to available public parking at I-10 rest areas.
Globe public meeting attendees
A 1971 public meeting in Globe to discuss a new route for US 60/70 is one example of ADOT's commitment to public comments on its projects.
Arizona Council for Transportation Innovation
ADOT was on hand for an Innovation Exchange Campaign event held this week in Tempe. Get a glimpse of the future.
"Future I-11" Road sign
With a three-year environmental study that began recently for an I-11 corridor between Nogales and Wickenburg, here’s a quick rundown of who’s involved.
South Mountain Freeway Project Map
The Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway has received final approval from the Federal Highway Administration, which means ADOT can now move the project forward.
Traffic Operations Center
Through a collaborative effort among ADOT, DPS, FHWA and MAG, a new program was recently launched that stations DPS officers at the Traffic Operations Center.
Back in the early 2000s ADOT started to hear from drivers who said certain stretches of Valley freeways seemed quieter than others. ADOT and the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) noticed a difference, too. It seemed that areas paved with an asphalt rubber friction course (rubberized asphalt), which MAG funded through the Regional Transportation Plan, were less noisy than freeway surfaces with cement concrete pavement.

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