John Walradt mixing A few enterprising ADOT employees have found a new way to spread the word about dust-storm safety, but they need your help to finish it!
Pull Aside Stay Alive
Dust storm season will soon be upon us. Do you know what you should do if you encounter one while driving?
Variable speed limit corridor sign
Interstate 10 drivers between Eloy and Picacho Peak should expect something very different this summer when storms hit: reduced speed limits, speed feedback signs and new overhead boards that display urgent safety messages.
Dust storm photo
In addition to learning more about monsoon season safety, we're encouraging you to create your own sign to keep people from driving into a dangerous dust storm.
The summer monsoon season is at hand. If you get caught in a heavy downpour, do you know what to do?
I-10 and L-101 improvements
It's not often in life that you get immediate results. A lot of things worth doing take time and patience to bear any fruit...
Summer heat cars
With high summer temperatures here again, we have some tips to make sure the heat doesn't get to you or your vehicle.
2020 ADOT Message Contest Voting Graphic
It's that time again! Time for you to vote for your favorite in our fourth annual Safety Message Contest. Which entry would you like to see on our overhead freeway boards?


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