Yuma District, AZ — DOT uses Snap-Tite for Culvert Rehabilitation
Arizona Department of Transportation Uses Snap-Tite for Culvert Rehabilitation
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The Yuma District of the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) encompasses a large area of Arizona. It is bordered by California on the west and Mexico to the south. The district maintains over 3,000 total miles of highway and interstate. State plans to widen several highways led ADOT to consider the Snap-Tite joining system as a pilot project to rehabilitate three culverts in evaluation of the procedure.