Video footage of the Navajo Route 4 road improvement project in Pinon, Ariz.
Video of the N20 groundbreaking ceremony in Bodaway-Gap. Filmed at Tsinaabaas Ha'bitiin Elementary School on June 9, 2013.
Stakeholders broke ground in Bodaway-Gap on June 9 for the paving construction of Navajo Route 20, which will serve as an interim detour route for U.S. 89 and begin receiving traffic by summer's end.
Navajo DOT road crewmembers are improving a three-mile stretch of roadway on Navajo Route 4 in Pinon, Ariz. The project was funded by Fuel Excise Tax dollars and will be completed by June 30, 2013.
Real time video footage of traveling the dirt road portion of Navajo Route 20 from Bodaway-Gap to Coppermine. The hour-long travel time is due to the dangerous road conditions that require travelers to drive at 25 mph.
The groundbreaking celebration for road construction on Navajo Route 20 (U.S. 89T) is slated for June 9, in Bodaway-Gap. The groundbreaking will take place at Tsinaabaas Habitiin Elementary School, beginning at 11 a.m.
Navajo Division of Transportation and the Bureau of Indian Affairs Force Account partnered to repair 375-feet of damaged roadway on Window Rock Boulevard.
The Resources and Development Committee of the 22nd Navajo Nation Council approved the temporary construction easement for the Arizona Department of Transportation to begin paving Navajo Route 20 as an interim detour route for U.S. 89.
The Navajo Nation Commission on Emergency Management declared an emergency for the closure of South Manuelito Bridge No. 8080 on April 24.
Torreon Road has benefitted from TIGER grant funds to rehabilitate a dirt road with $5 million worth of paving, to connect communities with U.S. 550.
The 22nd Navajo Nation Council unanimously approved the transition of Highway Safety to Navajo DOT and the division's overall plan of operation during the 2013 Spring Session.
The official publication of the Navajo Division of Transportation. Atiin Ba Hane' Volume 1, Issue 2, April 2013.
On April 1, ADOT met with Navajo community members and leaders at Bodaway-Gap Chapter regarding the road closure on U.S. 89. Joining the discussion were officials from NDOT, BIA and Coconino County.
NDOT, BIA and ADOT reported to the Resources and Development Committee on the proposed paving of Navajo Route 20 as an interim detour route. Video of the report.
Sponsored by Senator Jack Jackson, Jr., Senate Bill 1317 successfully passed through the Arizona House Appropriations Committee on March 27, and would allow tribally-owned airports to compete for grants from the Arizona Aviation Fund.
Navajo DOT fact sheet and chronology of events on the roadway closure of U.S. 89 and planning for Navajo Route 20 as an interim detour to restore essential traffic.
The Navajo Division of Transportation met with officials from the Arizona Department of Transportation and Bureau of Indian Affairs on March 25 to discuss paving of Navajo Route 20 as an interim detour for U.S. 89.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has plans underway for paving Navajo Route 20 as an interim detour for traffic from U.S. 89 until the damaged roadway is repaired.
Video footage of the report on Senate Bill 600 by Senator John Pinto and NDOT Director Paulson Chaco, before the New Mexico Senate Corporations and Transportation Committee. Filmed on March 3, 2013.
Sponsored by Sen. John Pinto, Senate Bill 600 proposes a one-cent fuel surtax for New Mexico to fund U.S. 491 road construction.
The Navajo Division of Transportation met with officials from Arizona Department of Transportation, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Coconino County, and Federal Highway Administration to discuss the road closure on U.S. 89 and the potential of Navajo Route 20 as an alternative route.
Video of the Navajo Division of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration direct funding agreement signing ceremony that took place at the Navajo Transportation Complex on Feb. 25, 2013.
Video footage of the meeting at Bodaway-Gap Chapter regarding the closure of U.S. 89.
The Navajo Nation Executive Branch leadership met with chapters affected by the closure of U.S. 89 at Bodaway-Gap Chapter House on Feb. 24, 2013.
The Navajo Nation Commission on Emergency Management prepares for an emergency declaration regarding the U.S. 89 road closure 25 miles south of Page.
A map of the proposed re-route from the U.S. 89 road closure for motorists traveling in the area. (11x17)
U.S. 89 has been closed 25 miles south of Page due to damaged road conditions. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.
The direct funding agreement signing ceremony between Navajo Division of Transporation and the Federal Highway Administration on Feb. 25, 2013.
Navajo DOT and San Juan County entered into a MOU on Feb. 5, 2013.
The Navajo Division of Transportation's official newsletter, Atiin Ba Hane'. Premiere issue.
Public service announcement on the proposed location and construction of the NN Public Safety Training Facility Access Road in Chinle.
The Arizona Dept of Transportation requests an IGA with the Navajo Nation for a $35 million road construction project in Cameron for FY 2013.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation will be hosting two public stakeholder meetings in the Northern Navajo Agency on Dec. 16, 2013.
Video of the 15th Annual National Tribal Transportation Conference plenary session on Nov. 4, 2012 at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort in Phoenix, Ariz.
The Federal Highway Administration provided a demonstration on the Traffic and Criminal Software, or TraCS, utilized by law enforcement agencies around the country for data collection.
Video of the Naa'bik'iyati' Committee's appoval of the direct funding agreement between NDOT and the FHWA.
NDOT Dept of Highway Safety warns against impaired driving this holiday season.
A listing of Navajo DOT assets currently out in the field conducting snow removal activities. Click on the location to see the GPS location of NDOT equipment via Google Maps.
The Naa'bik'iyati' Committee of the 22nd Navajo Nation Council approved the NDOT-FHWA direct funding agreement.
Facts on the direct funding agreement between the Navajo Nation and the Federal Highway Administration.
Video of the historic land exchange between the Navajo Nation and the State of New Mexico. Filmed on location in Santa Fe, N.M. on Nov. 27, 2012.
The Navajo Nation and New Mexico Statle Land Office close a land exchange during a ceremony at the Round House in Santa Fe.
N4 road construction is still halted. NDOT construction in the Pinon area continues on N8027 and N8068.
NDOT teams up with multiple funding sources for construction of new senior center in Tsaile.
The Navajo Division of Transportation reported to the Resources and Development Committee regarding road construction issues near Pinon.
Update: Order of Closure has been lifted for the Pinon Maintenance yard and business has resumed.
A joint effort by Navajo DOT, McKinley County, BIA and Pinedale Chapter, played a major role in the process towards the pavement of the six mile portion of Navajo Road 7054 in Pindale, NM.
Pinon office temporary closed until futher notice
An Order of Closure has been issued to the Pinon Maintenance Yard due to reported unsanitary conditions related to Septic System failures within the building. The closure will remain in effect until further notice. If you need to contact someone at the Pinon office please call the main office in Tse Bonito, NM at (505) 371-8300/8301.
Navajo DOT is soliciting for sealed bids on the purchase and delivery of 1" Basecourse gravel for N4, N8073, Pinon, AZ and N8068/8069, Blue Gap/Tachee, AZ.