Safety in the Work Zone

Work Zone safety
We are sharing a lot about National Work Zone Awareness Week, but the best perspective comes from our actual construction and maintenance crews. Watch a series of short videos as they share their thoughts and experiences.
Work Zone Awareness Week
It's that time of year again. Warming temperatures mean spring is when construction projects kick into high gear. So it's an appropriate time for Work Zone Awareness Week. State Engineer Dallas Hammit shares his thoughts on what this week means.
Crash close call
It was a harrowing week for two ADOT employees and a DPS trooper, reminding us how important it is to be aware in work zones or near crashes.
Arizona State Capitol
Work zone safety means something extra to us at ADOT.
move over az logo
A safety campaign geared toward northern Arizona will feature safety messages on overhead signs and on ADOT’s social media channels.
ADOT worker
Safety is the No. 1 priority at ADOT. When it comes to work zones, vehicles speed by just inches away.
"Speed Reduced Ahead"
ADOT highway workers share the importance of work zone safety.
Work zone
Motorists are key players in improving construction zone safety.
Highway Sign: "2 road workers killed this month - drive alert"
Following two incidents in the past 10 days where two road workers having been hit on state highways, ADOT is reminding drivers to pay attention in work zones.
Work zone
Drivers need to slow down in the work zone! Crews on the Loop 101 project have noted that not all motorists are adhering to the reduced limit through the project zone.


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