Work Zone

National Work Zone Awareness Week is a good time to remind everyone of the importance of being a responsible driver in work zones. Sadly, national data shows motorists are the ones killed most frequently in work zones because of speed and inattention.
As National Work Zone Awareness Week comes to an end, we hope the message of work zone safety is something that stays with all drivers.
Did you know that two highway workers have been injured this year while working on projects? That's why National Work Zone Awareness Week is so important. ADOT's director shares his thoughts.
PHOENIX – In order to increase safety and mobility in highway work zones, the Arizona Department of Transportation is studying a “smart work zone” at an existing I-40 bridge project located between...
The important ongoing project to reconstruct the Interstate 17 bridge over Central Avenue south of downtown Phoenix remains in an early stage. But before the work got started, our staff at ADOT knew the bridge work zone would present...
We are sharing a lot about National Work Zone Awareness Week, but the best perspective comes from our actual construction and maintenance crews. Watch a series of short videos as they share their thoughts and experiences.
With people tempted to step on the gas during this period of lighter traffic, we want to remind you that are crews are still on the road working too.
It's that time of year again. Warming temperatures mean spring is when construction projects kick into high gear. So it's an appropriate time for Work Zone Awareness Week. State Engineer Dallas Hammit shares his thoughts on what this week means.
PHOENIX – An Arizona Department of Transportation employee was killed Wednesday while setting up a sign alerting drivers to pavement repairs along Interstate 10 south of the Phoenix area. Frank...
This memorial for National Work Zone Awareness Week reminds us how serious construction zone safety is.