Sparks from dragging chains, underinflated tires and tossed cigarettes can and do start fires along state highways. Here's how you can help.
Summer is right around the corner, and with it comes an increased risk of wildfires along state highways caused by motorists dragging chains, driving on underinflated tires and tossing cigarettes.
Director John Halikowski shares how the Arizona Department of Transportation collaborates with other agencies to improve service and save taxpayer dollars.
To get ready for fire season, Arizona Department of Transportation crews mow vegetation along highway shoulders in the winter and spring. They remove brush, thin trees and spray fire retardant within...
PHOENIX – State Route 366 has reopened on Mount Graham in southeastern Arizona after a six-week closure due to the danger of flooding and debris flows after the Frye Fire, according to the Arizona...
PHOENIX ‒ State Route 366 on Mount Graham in southeastern Arizona is closed until further notice because of safety concerns associated with flash floods and debris flows caused by the recent Frye Fire...
Our #FridayFive includes wildfire info, a new reports on crashes, and even some toilet paper.
New signs will help motorists get the latest wildfire information.
Warmer temperatures usually mean wildfire season isn't too far away and Arizona drivers can help reduce wildfire danger.