US 89

Upgraded speed limit signage and pedestrian crossing signage on US 89 entering the community of Yarnell are among the immediate measures being taken by the Arizona Department of Transportation to...
Flooding and heavy rain took our a section of US 89 near Cameron. Now, we're working to make permanent repairs to the damaged section of highway.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Transportation is starting a project this week to make permanent repairs to a section of US 89 near Cameron that was washed out when the state was hit with severe...
There are many highways in Arizona named in honor of veterans, but portions of three in the northeast part of the state seek to honor Native Americans who have served in the military.
This photo looks pretty ordinary, but this scene actually holds a lot of state transportation history.
What does it take to cross the Little Colorado River? The answer is more than a century and three different bridges.
In 1909 the Territory of Arizona proposed building a north-south highway between Prescott and Phoenix. A year later, construction started in earnest. We look back at this territorial road 110 years later.
The recent emergency repairs to US 89 in northern Arizona illustrate the importance of partnerships.
Photos and videos shared through our social media accounts helped tell the story of our nonstop efforts that reopened US 89 in less than 48 hours.
Working around the clock to protect motorists and restore a key route through northern Arizona, the Arizona Department of Transportation has reopened US 89 after flooding severed the roadway late...