It took a century to turn the old, sleepy Apache Trail stagecoach route into the super highway we know as Interstate 17.
It was a harrowing two hours for his owner after little George slipped out at ADOT's Burnt Well Rest Area. But all ended well.
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.
Two-way traffic is being restored in stages along Liberty Lane, where crews are relocating a large waterline from the path of the South Mountain Freeway in Ahwatukee.
Another Sunday, another beautiful Arizona scene for our "Where in AZ??" challenge!
Ten years ago, we started ADOT's popular Twitter account: @ArizonaDOT. Join us as we look over the past decade.
Overseeding can impact air quality by generating dust when scalping existing Bermuda grass.
As long as there have been roads, state employees have continuously done the work necessary to keep you moving. Take a look back at some of their stories in this week's Throwback Thursday.
An ADOT project has made crossing US 70 safer for those living in the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation community of Bylas.
As the summer heat fades and weather turns comfortable, bicycles will be wheeled out of garages, pulled out of storage and return to roads and trails.