Stories tagged: "Infrastructure"


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More Funds Sought for Drone Inspections of Transportation Infrastructure

Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Rep. Greg Stanton would bring more money to Arizona to use drones to inspect roads, bridges, and other infrastructure.

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NAU’s Smart Bike Technology Can Detect Damaged Pathways

A team of Northern Arizona University engineering students and professors has created a sensor that connects to a bicycle to detect dips and jolts in pathways.

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$990 Million in Federal, State, County Funding Going Toward I-10 Expansion

A mix of federal, state, and county money will fund a third lane in each direction to a 26-mile section of I-10.

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As Tourism Rises, Sedona’s Free Shuttles Ease Parking Problems

The city of Sedona offers free shuttles to certain trailheads to ease congestion and parking difficulties.

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Arizona Schools Win Federal Funds for Cleaner School Buses

Cleaner school buses are coming to Arizona thanks to new funding, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced last month. 

President Joe Biden warned business leaders to expect more cyberattacks, after the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent U.S. military support and economic sanctions. Arizona cybersecurity officials said they are well aware of the threat. (Photo by Greg Wilson./U.S. Army)
Cyber Experts Thwart Russia Attacks Against Maricopa County Systems

Since the invasion of Ukraine in late February, Russian attempts to “attack multiple government agencies” through cyberwarfare have increased.

When the highway is closed, Interstate 17 and State Route 179 (pictured above) provide an alternate but significantly longer route between Sedona and Flagstaff.
Traffic Jams Expected During Arizona Scenic Canyon Road Work

The work is expected to clog traffic along the two-lane route through Oak Creek Canyon between Sedona and Flagstaff. Construction will begin this spring and run into 2023.