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State Route 366 on Mount Graham closes for winter
Bell/Grand project nears milestone of reopening Bell Road
US 95, Avenue 3E improvements to begin Monday, Nov. 14
Bell-Grand: Adding finishing touches to the Bell Road bridge
Drivers: Roadway safety is in your control
Geotechnical work to close US 163 at Laguna Creek bridge during nighttime hours
Loop 202 East closed between I-10 and 44th St. for part of weekend
San Manuel MVD office operations changing
North-South Corridor study moving forward with environmental review
Emergency drill will close northbound I-17 McGuireville Rest Area morning of Tuesday, Nov. 8
Removing mystery from commercial vehicle inspections at international ports
Governor鈥檚 Office of Highway Safety boosts ADOT crash data reporting
Saving steps is paying big dividends at ADOT鈥檚 vehicle-repair shops
You can now print duplicate temporary driver licenses or IDs at home
Native plants being relocated from South Mountain Freeway path
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