Night work scheduled on roundabout on US 93 at Tegner Street in Wickenburg

Work is expected at night between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.

Crews have scheduled pavement maintenance in the roundabout on US 93 at Tegner Street, starting Monday (July 25) which will require lane restrictions during work hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.

Overnight work will continue on the roundabout on US 93 at Tegner Street the following two weeks from Aug. 2 through Aug. 5, and Aug. 8 through 9 which will require a full closure of the roundabout each ...

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Nighttime high tech injection work on southbound Interstate 17 at McGuireville

Lane closures required to accommodate work

Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) crews are performing nighttime operations on southbound Interstate 17 at the McGuireville exit (milepost 293), using new high tech injection technology to address needed repairs.

ADOT is injecting foam deep underneath the pavement as a way to smooth out dips on Arizona highways.  This method is more cost efficient than ripping out old pavement, re-compacting the sub-grade, and ...

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Paving scheduled on SR 89 at Perkinsville in Chino Valley Sunday and Monday night

Drivers can expect minimal delays between 8 p.m. and 4 a.m. 

Crews will pave the new roundabout on State Route 89 at Perkinsville in Chino Valley on Sunday and Monday nights (July 17 and 18) between 8 p.m. and 4 a.m. each night.

Minor delays are expected during work hours. The final work is expected to begin next week on the inside of the roundabout and crews expect it to be fully functional by mid-August.

Drivers may have minimal impacts during ...

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Arrive prepared when renewing a commercial driver license

Bringing proper documentation saves applicants time and trouble

When it comes to renewing a commercial driver license, having the right documents can save applicants time and trouble.

Commercial driver licenses, which are valid for five years, must be renewed at one of 13 Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division commercial driver license offices around the state. When a commercial driver comes in without the proper documentation, he or she will have to come back and risk the license expiring ...

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Pikachu agrees, Pokémon Go is a no-go when driving

ADOT, DPS remind gamers to stay safe on their Pokémon Go chase

Pokemon

Have you captured Pikachu? Nabbed Rattata or the elusive Charizard? Leveled-up and trained your monsters at a Gym?

Of course, we’re talking about Pokémon Go, the week-old smartphone app soaring in popularity. The video game phenomenon is sending Pokémon Trainers to landmarks and into parks, neighborhoods and cities, hunting for rare monsters.

The lure of the chase can be strong and ...

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Arizona on track for federal grant advancing I-10 improvements

FASTLANE grant would help fund widening, dust detection between Phoenix and Tucson

Arizona is on track to receive a $54 million federal grant helping fund two key widening projects, and adding traffic-management technology that includes a dust storm detection and warning system, along Interstate 10 between Phoenix and Tucson.

Members of Arizona’s congressional delegation have informed the Arizona Department of Transportation that the U.S. Department of Transportation has recommended awarding the FASTLANE grant under a program established by the 2015 ...

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Signal installation on SR 69 at Main Street in Humboldt continues

Drivers can expect minimal delays this week as signal poles are erected 

The Arizona Department of Transportation continues work on a new traffic signal at the intersection of State Route 69 and Main Street in Humboldt (milepost 279). Crews will install the new traffic signal poles tomorrow (June 7) and Wednesday (June 8) between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. each day.
Drivers can expect minimal delays but should be aware a lane restriction through the work ...

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