Navajo DOT will be required to shut down the building from 8am, Thursday, July 17, 2014 to Friday, July 18, 2014 at 5pm. The shutdown is due to the failure of the HVAC system within the building of both complexes. During this time troubleshooting and repairs will be taking place. NDOT and Division of Community Development services will be closed. For more information or questions please contact NDOT Executive office at (505) 371-8357.
Navajo Division of Transportation will be closed June 13, 2014 from 10am to 5pm for a Division wide retirement dinner for Senator John Pinto. The closure includes the Highway Safety Department. For any questions regarding the closure please contact our office at 505-371-8357.
Read the latest issue of Atiin Ba Hane', the official publication of the Navajo Division of Transportation. November 2013 edition. (2.76 MB)
Navajo DOT, Tohajiilee Chapter and Bernalillo County recently executed a partnership for paving construction in Tohajiilee. The $1.4 million project is nearing completion and opens the door for future collaborations.
The Naa'biki'yati' Committee of the 22nd Navajo Nation Council unanimously approved the general warranty deed for Navajo Division of Transportation, allowing the Navajo Hopi Land Commission to take into trust 85.6 acres of land on behalf of the Navajo Nation.
For the past two months, moonsoon storms battered the Navajo Nation. NDOT road crews stepped up road maintenance activities in response.
The Navajo Division of Transportation Department of Airport Management is hosting the "Meet and Greet with Air Medical Transport Companies" today. Join us via our live stream on U.S. Stream.
Official publication of the Navajo Division of Transportation. (33Mb download)
Navajo DOT road maintenance crews are out addressing flooding on paved roadways across the Navajo Nation. The traveling public is encouraged to use extreme caution when traveling in monsoon conditions.
The soft dedication opening for Navajo Route 20 is slated for August 29, beginning at 10 a.m. The ceremony will take place at the junction of Coppermine Road and N20.
After 20 years of waiting, residents of Huerfano, N.M. can rejoice their bridge will be replaced by Oct. 2014. Navajo DOT is funding $1.5 million of the $2.3 million bridge project.