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The Arizona Department of Transportation says the agency
continues to learn lessons from freeway flooding, this time the flooding during
Saturday’s massive monsoon storm that closed I-17 in Phoenix for two
hours. 
 

ADOT Spokesman Doug Nintzel notes
that, overall, the freeway system’s pump and drainage infrastructure did well
to keep the rest of the roads clear but they are working to make both short and
long-term improvements.  Nintzel also says
that there is silver lining to these dark storm clouds as they will help ADOT
to set priorities and determine the funding needed to make those
improvements.   

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