Work Zone

Safety is our top priority – for our workers and the public – and National Work Zone Awareness Week gives us the opportunity to feature some tips to make work zones along Arizona’s highways safer for everyone.
PHOENIX – Flashing orange lights. Bright orange traffic cones. Striped barrels and barricades. You’re entering a work zone. What coincidental timing, too, because the Arizona Department of...
Drivers need to slow down in the work zone! Crews on the Loop 101 project have noted that not all motorists are adhering to the reduced limit through the project zone.
For as long as there have been roads, there have been work zones.
PHOENIX —It is one of the most dangerous jobs across the country, that of the highway worker. Operating close to traffic subjects highway workers to safety risks, including speeding, impaired or...
Driving with caution through a work zone will not only help to protect road crews, but it will also help to ensure your safety.
PHOENIX – Drivers across Arizona are urged to heed the sobering messages being delivered by transportation safety officials during National Work Zone Awareness Week (April 7-11). More than 600 people...
Work Zone Awareness Week starts today and we've got some tips that will help keep you, and everyone in the work zone, safe.
With the number of road construction projects happening around the Valley right now, chances are you’ve driven through an active construction zone or two recently. Maybe you’ve noticed the lane lines in some of these construction zones look a little different. A little … temporary?
‘Why are the cones and barricades still up, but no one is working?!?!?’ If you’ve ever driven by an empty freeway work zone, you might have wondered this yourself. But, despite how things may appear, there still is a risk to the traveling public, which means those barricades are very necessary.