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Encyclopedia > Arizona Department of Transportation

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is an Arizona state government agency charged with facilitating mobility within the state. In addition to managing the state's highway system, the agency is also involved with public transportation and municipal airports. Official language(s) None Capital Phoenix Largest city Phoenix Area  Ranked 6th  - Total 113,998 sq. ... An agency is a department of a local or national government responsible for the oversight and administration of a specific function, such as a customs agency or a space agency. ... A state highway in the United States is a numbered highway primarily administered by a state government. ... A taxi serving as a bus Public transport comprises all transport systems in which the passengers do not travel in their own vehicles. ... An aerial view of a medium-sized airport. ...

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Caretto v. Arizona Department of Transportation - Arizona DUI Lawyers (609 words)
On November 11, 1995, Department of Public Safety Officer Sayers arrested Caretto for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Having submitted to one valid breath test, the results of which were used to convict in the criminal case, A.R.S. Section 28- 691 does not authorize license suspension for refusal to supply a breath sample for a subsequent breath test requested by the officer.
Having requested to contact an attorney between the first valid test and the second test he was deemed to have refused, the officers were required to clearly inform that he had no right to consult an attorney before submitting to the second test.
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ADOT endorses the Board’s aim of ensuring that access for persons with disabilities is provided wherever a pedestrian way is newly built or altered, and that the same degree of convenience, connection, and safety afforded the public generally be available to pedestrians with disabilities.
ADOT supports the position that the new guidelines apply to areas of newly designed and constructed facilities in public rights-of-way and requires provision of sidewalks, street crossings, street furniture, parking, or other pedestrian elements only where they are provided as part of construction or improvement projects.
ADOT supports clarification of the guideline explicitly stating that pavement-surface treatment projects such as seal coats, friction-course overlays, and mill-and-replace projects not be considered as construction or improvements triggering compliance with these guidelines.
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