Hundreds of veterans work at ADOT in a variety of career fields throughout the state.
Did you know about these state tributes to honor the veterans of Pearl Harbor?
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.
Veterans of the U.S. military who operated large vehicles as part of their service may qualify for an Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division military skills test waiver when...
Members of ADOT’s Northwest District spent Veterans Day participating in a Turkeys for Troops event held in Prescott by the AZ Heroes to Hometowns Foundation.
A new state law allows homeless vets to get a driver license or ID card for free, easing the path out of poverty and off the street.
Arizona veterans who find themselves in the challenging situation of being homeless now have the opportunity to get a driver license or ID card without paying a fee.
Veterans StandDown program brings the MVD to vets.
Veterans can now get a specialty plate denoting their status online rather than visiting MVD offices.
A law taking effect Jan. 1 aims to ease the burden faced by survivors of a military member who has made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation.