Ina Pillars
Monsoon season is around the corner and ADOT plans projects around the weather, ensuring projects are completed on time.
Thunderstorm Development
With more monsoon rain in the forecast this week, we're explaining the climatological features responsible for monsoon storms.
Dust Storm
Meteorologist Paul Panhans recently shared what forecasters look for when predicting blowing dust and where some of the trouble spots are located.
Pull Aside, Stay Alive
Drivers are reminded to ‘Pull Aside, Stay Alive’ this monsoon season.
Road visibility in a dust storm
Our new "Pull Aside, Stay Alive" video helps spread dust storm safety message.
Pull Aside, Stay Alive
We’re loving all the Haboob Haikus that have been rolling in this week… Like last year, this poetry challenge with the funny name has helped us accomplish an important goal, which is to get people talking about the danger of driving in dust storms. Because we cannot forget that dust storms can pose very real risks to motorists in this state – just take a look at the video above for proof.
Will you know what to do?
Last year, ADOT launched its very first “Haboob Haiku” challenge in an effort to spread the word about dust storm safety and the response was pretty amazing. That’s actually a huge understatement ... Not only did we receive over 600 original haikus (some even by phone and snail mail), but #HaboobHaiku yielded stories in media outlets all over the world (they even wrote about it in New Zealand!).


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