If you've ever wondered why you see unconventional safety messages on ADOT's electronic message boards, today's blog has the answer.
Before there were dune buggies, cars used a wooden boardwalk to cross sandy stretches near Yuma.
In Maricopa, leaders from the city, ADOT, the Federal Highway Administration and elsewhere broke ground on an SR 347 project that will improve mobility and safety.
If you're an avid Arizona traveler, then this challenge is for you!
National Traffic Incident Management Week is here and it's important to know what to do in a minor crash, both for your safety and others on the road.
Our blog series "From the ADOT Archives" takes you back to downtown Phoenix in 1960.
Think you know the best course of action when you encounter an incident on the highway? Take our quiz and find out.
What processes 2.6 million vehicle registration renewals each year and is celebrating a birthday? It's ServiceArizona.com.
ADOT program celebrates fifth year helping small, minority-owned or woman-owned businesses perform work on transportation projects.
This sign is a sure clue to the correct location in our "Where in AZ??" Facebook challenge.