Know Snow

As the first significant winter storm rolls into the state this weekend, ADOT is ready to respond to keep motorists safe while clearing snow and ice from highways.
Plow in the snow
There’s a chance for snow in parts of the state today and tomorrow, which means ADOT’s snowplow drivers are getting ready for the storm ahead.
Snow covered tree
We’ve really enjoyed being able to share ADOT’s story with you throughout the year, and we look forward to bringing you more videos and blog posts in 2014!
Grand Canyon Natl Park: Closed for the Winter sign
If you’ve been following this blog over the past two winters, you know that ADOT annually shuts down a handful of state routes during the snowy winter months.
moving deicing agents
We’ve been blogging about #KnowSnow all week long, but we knew we couldn’t wrap things up without sharing this video.
The safest location for drivers would be to try to stay behind a plow at a safe distance. If you’re behind a plow, you’re going to get from point A to point B.
Snow truck
Every year, ADOT invites members of the media (and their audiences) to take an up-close look at all the equipment that’s involved in keeping the roads clear once the winter weather hits.


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