EZ Vehicle Fee Recap easy way for vehicle owners to access fees paidNow that tax season is here, EZ Vehicle Fee Recap is once again available from the Arizona Department of Transportation's Motor Vehicle Division to help you prepare your 2012 income tax return. The free EZ Vehicle Fee Recap Program allows Arizona vehicle owners to view their own report of registration fees and taxes paid in the prior calendar year.
Agency wants to hear from community members as plan enters final phaseAs walking and bicycling for transportation and recreation steadily grows in popularity around our state, the Arizona Department of Transportation continues to advance its Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan to improve safety and multimodal travel options.
There is just one day left if you want to add your voice to the Arizona Department of Transportation’s rail study. Now is the time to let ADOT know what you think about passenger rail between Phoenix and Tucson.This fall, ADOT collected comments during the public involvement phase of the feasibility study. The agency has participated in community events in Maricopa, Pinal and Pima counties to gather input, and encouraged comments online. Dec. 15 marks the last day for comments, so now is the time to tell the transportation department what you think. So far, ADOT has received nearly 2,800 completed surveys from community members around Arizona.
Arizona has already received its first taste of winter weather this November—an early start to the snow season. But the Arizona Department of Transportation has been preparing for its winter operations all year long, and now is the time when preparedness translates into action.Weather conditions in Arizona can find you driving from the sunny, moderate climate of the low desert into ice and snow in the state’s mountain regions in just a couple of hours. These types of winter storms can really cause havoc with travel plans and businesses. And it means that ADOT—and drivers—need to be prepared.
State Transportation Board awards $12 million project to add southbound lane on Copper Canyon in Verde ValleyAlmost every driver traveling uphill has experienced getting stuck behind a slow-moving vehicle or truck and not being able to pass, but the Arizona Department of Transportation has a solution on one heavily traveled stretch on Interstate 17.
Community events to be held in Phoenix area, MaricopaAs the Arizona Department of Transportation continues to study the feasibility of a passenger rail line or bus service between Phoenix and Tucson, the agency will be participating in community events in the Phoenix metro area and the city of Maricopa through the end of October.