The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division has released specialty license plates commemorating Luke Air Force Base, the Arizona Science Center and the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction.
The Arizona Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration recently signed a memorandum of understanding that gives the ADOT environmental review authority and responsibility for certain projects.
As travelers hit the roads this holiday season, the Arizona Department of Transportation reminds motorists of the state's Safe Phone Zones, which through a partnership with Geico, offer drivers a place to safely talk and text on their smartphones.
A recent ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco has allowed the Arizona Department of Transportation's South Mountain Freeway project to move forward with an expected completion date of late 2019.
Maricopa County's future 22-mile freeway, the South Mountain Freeway, is one step closer to becoming a reality for motorists, as the Arizona Department of Transportation recently poured the concrete bridge decks for the project.
Representatives from the Sierra Vista Police Department recently participated in the Arizona Governors Office of Highway Safety holiday DUI enforcement kickoff event in Tucson, an event designed to highlight the DUI holiday task force deployments in Arizona.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has received a $389,520 grant from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to support the department’s Crash Records Unit and its Traffic and Criminal Software data management.
Drivers traveling along Interstate 17 between the Interstate 10 “stack” interchange and Loop 101 will see new “wrong way” signs that were recently installed by the Arizona Department of Transportation as part of the state’s pilot alert system.
The Arizona Department of Transportation's (ADOT) free Construction Academy has certified 27 members of the Pascua Yaqui tribe for work on tribal construction projects, according to an ADOT press release.
The devastating flood damage in Texas has prompted the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) to waive fees and expedite permits so commercial vehicles can transport urgent equipment to areas in need quickly.
State-of-the-art sensors will expedite commercial truck drivers' travel through state borders with weight and registration-checking systems, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT).