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ADOT survey to aid in dust storm strategy

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ADOT says it will use the results of the survey to help reduce the potential of crashes and fatalities related to dust storms on the state's highways. (Source: CBS 5 News) ADOT says it will use the results of the survey to help reduce the potential of crashes and fatalities related to dust storms on the state's highways. (Source: CBS 5 News)
PHOENIX (CBS5) -

The Arizona Department of Transportation is searching for the best communication strategy for dust storm awareness.

ADOT is asking drivers to participate in an online survey to gauge driver reaction to dust storms, assess ADOT's educational efforts and explore ways to reach out to motorists about the dangers of dust storms.

Selected community members from Maricopa, Pinal and Pima counties will also participate in focus groups to help ADOT's public-education efforts for dust and other low-visibility events.

The results from the study will help ADOT better communicate information about dust storms with drivers. The agency said it will use the survey results to help reduce the potential of crashes and fatalities related to dust storms on the highways.

Click here to access the ADOT survey.

For information about driving in dust storms, visit PullAsideStayAlive.org.

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