Rush hour traffic heads into the westbound tube of the Deck Park Tunnel, July 2020.
The money is part of President Joe Biden’s infrastructure law, which is intended to help states rebuild their roads, bridges and tunnels.
Oct. 11, 2022
Art on the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport ramp
The Phoenix City Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on selling land to make room for a planned freeway. ADOT needs the land at 67th Avenue and Broadway Road to build State Route 30.
Oct. 11, 2022
Memorial for GCU students killed by wrong-way driver
Three Grand Canyon University freshmen were killed after their vehicle was struck by a wrong-way driver on I-17 north of Phoenix, authorities said Monday.
Oct. 11, 2022
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State police, joined by the National Guard and military, broke up the tolls, and made 27 arrests.
Oct. 7, 2022
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American Airlines says blended travel, a mix of business and leisure trips, is now responsible for nearly half its revenue.
Oct. 4, 2022
Andrés Manuel López Obrador
The Mexican government is working on a plan to establish a state-owned airline that would be operated by the military.
Oct. 4, 2022
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Drivers who use eastbound U.S. 60 to connect to southbound Price Freeway in Tempe will need to pick an alternative route this month. The freeway-to-freeway ramp that funnels traffic from eastbound U.S. 60 onto southbound Loop 101 closed Monday night and will remain closed until 5 a.m. on Oct. 30.
Oct. 4, 2022
The price of gas is $4.99 a gallon
Since the technology is old, scheduled and unforeseen maintenance has closed refineries in California.
Sep. 29, 2022
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Thanks to grants and programs, Phoenix helped many small businesses survive COVID-19, but higher housing costs could hurt future economic development.
Sep. 28, 2022
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The Phoenix City Council earlier this month unanimously approved adopting a Vision Zero Road Safety Action Plan. This comes as Arizona boasts one of the nation's highest pedestrian fatality rates. But other regions are, or have been, struggling with similar.
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Sep. 28, 2022
A new law gives a bit more freedom to motorcyclists to get around city streets. The law that took effect on Saturday allows motorcyclists to pass to the front of traffic, but only when that traffic is stopped.
Sep. 26, 2022
Phoenix pollution
The EPA has reclassified Maricopa County to a more severe status for ozone pollution, moving the region from “marginal” up to a label of “moderate.”
Sep. 23, 2022
Proposed I-11 Routes
Federal and state officials are asking a judge to toss a lawsuit seeking to stop development of the propose 280-mile Interstate 11 project from Nogales to Wickenburg.
Sep. 22, 2022
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The White House has brokered a deal to avoid a potential railroad strike, but approval from unions is still pending. Meanwhile, Greg Hynes of SMART still hopes labor unions and railroad workers can reach an agreement without government intervention.
Sep. 22, 2022
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He declined to provide an estimated completion date, but federal transportation officials have previously said it's expected in the second half of this year.
Sep. 20, 2022
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Nikola Corp.’s top executive testified at the trial of the truckmaker’s founder on Monday, saying he repeatedly tried without success to rein in a man prone to exaggeration and misstating facts while trying to elevate his company's share price with promises he couldn't keep.
Sep. 20, 2022
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The largest school district in the Navajo Nation has received its first electric school buses. Some students in the Chinle Unified School District experienced their first rides in electric vehicles this week.
Sep. 15, 2022
Electrify America electric car charging station connector
The Biden-Harris administration announced that plans were approved for 33 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, for developing infrastructure to support a nationwide charging network for electric vehicles. Arizona's plan is one of them.
Sep. 15, 2022
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The founder of Nikola Motor Company went on trial in New York this week on charges of fraud and securities fraud.
Sep. 14, 2022
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Phoenix City Manager Jeff Barton has announced the city’s first public health adviser. Nicole Dupuis-Witt will address public health priorities and needs across the city.
Sep. 13, 2022


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