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ADOT conducting survey for dust storm drivers

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Arizona Department of Transportation is asking all Arizona drivers to participate in an online survey on dust storms in the state. 

This special survey has been released during monsoon awareness week, and focuses on driver awareness of and first-hand experience with driving during an Arizona dust storm.  Participants will help ADOT officials identify ways to improve communications to drivers about impending dust storms. 

The survey is available now at http://surveyentrance.com/run/pib/p1990/adot/  According to those administering the survey it will only take 15 minutes to complete and any information provided is strictly confidential.

Surveys need to be completed by July 20, to ensure responses are included in any survey findings. 

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