US 60

Loop 303 and Grand Avenue
Work on the Loop 303 continues out in the West Valley.
Queen Creek Tunnel
An innovative project near Superior is set to improve visibility and reduce maintenance costs.
Truck laying asphalt
This view might look somewhat familiar to all you East Valley commuters out there… Taken on May 16, 1979, the above photo shows a construction crew working on the Superstition Freeway in Mesa.
Pedestrian Hybrid Beacon Instructions
Pedestrian hybrid beacons have been deployed across the nation, including the Phoenix and Tucson metro areas, to improve safety for pedestrians.
Mound of green dirt
We won’t blame you if you see this green slope at the Loop 303 and US 60 (Grand Avenue) and think it's part of a St. Patrick’s Day stunt, but we promise this is no gimmick! The mound of dirt is green for good reason, albeit one that has nothing to do with tomorrow’s holiday …
Snowy forest road near Flagstaff, AZ
The official start of winter is approaching, but the cold weather is already here! Over the past few weeks, we’ve told you how ADOT prepares for the snowy conditions common this time of year in Arizona’s high country.
Gonzales Pass - An Arizona highway with spring flowers and rolling hills
All the innovation and care that went into the US 60 Gonzales Pass project has really paid off. Not only did the 10-mile stretch west of Superior transform from two lanes into a safer, more modern four-lane highway, but the project has just been awarded the President’s Award in Valley Forward’s 31st annual Environmental Excellence Awards program.


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