Cooler temperatures are around the corner and that means snow in Arizona’s high country. To help travelers this winter, the Arizona Department of Transportation has partnered with the National Weather...
Winter is ready to pounce, which means ADOT is getting ready to close the first of five highways for the season.
Like the swallows returning to Capistrano, the reopening of state highways in the high country is a sure sign of spring. Just remember to be safe if you are planning to drive these scenic roads.
We often receive questions when it comes to winter weather and today's question is fairly common.
If you are heading north to play in the snow, remember to take along warm clothes, emergency gear, a travel plan and some patience.
Getting ready for a snow storm is like getting ready for the big game. Have your defense ready and a plan in place. That's how ADOT plans to wins this season!
PHOENIX — When snow begins to fall, trained Arizona Department of Transportation snowplow operators will work around the clock to keep the roads safe. Ever-evolving technology incorporated into the...
It may still be a little warm outside, but it's never too early to start preparing for winter storms.
If you were born and raised south of Cordes Junction, let’s face it: You’re probably not an expert when it comes to driving in snow. We're here to help.
Heading to Arizona’s high country this weekend to ski, sled and have snowball fights? Make sure you leave prepared to spend extended time in winter conditions, and please don’t park along highways.