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Arizona Crash Statistics from 2018

Arizona Crash Statistics from 2018

Arizona sees fewer vehicle crashes, fewer people injured in 2018, but more fatalities Driver behavior continues to be a leading factor in fatal crashes PHOENIX – Arizona saw fewer crashes, fewer fatal crashes, fewer injury crashes and fewer crash-caused injuries on its roadways in 2018 compared to 2017, according to the 2018 Motor Vehicle Crash Facts report that was released today. However, despite reductions in those key areas, the number of total traffic fatalities increased by 1%. In … Read entire article »

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Safety Statistics Published for 2018

Safety Statistics Published for 2018

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently released their fatality estimates for 2018.  They estimate that 36,750 people died in traffic crashes in 2018, down approximately 1% from 2017. The Federal Highway Administration estimates that vehicle miles traveled increased by 0.4% in 2018 resulting in a fatality rate of 1.14 fatalities per 100 million vehicle miles traveled, down from 1.16 in 2017. Pedestrian and bicycle fatalities continued to increase in 2018, by 4% and 10%, respectively. Click … Read entire article »

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Job Announcements: CivTech

CivTech is inviting applications for a Project Engineer in Scottsdale, AZ. Please visit our Jobs & RFPs page for more information. … Read entire article »

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Job Announcements: ADOT

The Arizona Department of Transportation is inviting applications for a Transportation Engineer Manager in Phoenix, AZ. Please visit our Jobs & RFPs page for more information. … Read entire article »

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2019-2020 AZITE Board Election Results

2019-2020 AZITE Board Election Results

We are pleased to announce our election results for AZITE Board Officers:   PRESIDENT April Wire MCDOT VICE PRESIDENT Yung Koprowski Y2K Engineering SECRETARY Felipe Ladron de Guevara Kittelson & Associates, Inc. TREASURER Chris Lemka City of Peoria PAST PRESIDENT David Lucas City of Tempe Congratulations! … Read entire article »

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