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THE COLOSSAL CAVE'S

The Colossal Cave is located in the Tucson Valley, Arizona, it is approximately I hours drive from the Arizona Inn. Both these locations share many historical happenings and offer loads of excitement for tourists and visitors. The Colossal Caves can be viewed through the explorer’s route which entails obstacles and unlit passageways, or you travel through the caves on track which has been paved using paving stones and takes you through illuminated caves of limestone.

RECLAMATION OF THE YUMA DAM

During the reclamation of the Yuma Dam in Arizona, there were plans for the top of the dam to be completely paved. This paving commenced with the use of 2-3 ½ foot thick paving stones on the Arizona side of the Dam. The paving did however come to a halt when the quarries could not keep up the supply and thus the rest of the top was completed with an eighteen inch thick layer of concrete.

RUBBERIZED PAVING OF ARIZONA'S HIGHWAYS

A construction contract has been approved for the paving of the Loop 101 and SR 51 freeways in Arizona, by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). The aim is to make freeways quieter and to also make use of the increasing amount of recycled tires by applying rubberized asphalt paving.
Rubberized Paving

The rubberized asphalt paving is made using shredded recycled tire rubber, or “crumb rubber” and mixing it with heated liquid asphalt and stones. This mixture will then be applied in a one-inch thick layer of surface. This type of pavement reduces the noise created on freeways by 3 to 5 decibels. This is great news for the state of Arizona.

Here are some statistics on the benefits of using recycled rubber tires for paving the roads and freeways of Arizona:

  • When rubberized asphalt paving is applied to roads we are re-using about 10,000 old tires per mile
  • Since 1988 Arizona has used more than 4.2 million tones of rubberized paving on numerous highways.
  • The cost of these re-paved highways has been $225 million to the state of Arizona.
  • Since 1988 Arizona’s rubberized highway paving projects have seen the use of over 15 million old tires.
  • Rubberized paving also helps the environment by reducing the amount of rubber waste that becomes landfill.

About Arizona, AZ...

Arizona is a state that is over taken by the desert. Arizona is a very hot summered state but its winter is very mild. The main feature of Arizona is the Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon was created by the Colorado River due to the flowing channel that eroded the underlying area and created this massive gorge over millions or even billions of years ago. The Grand Canyon is a major tourists attraction. It is also part of the 7 wonders of the world.
Flag of Arizona

Besides the Grand Canyon Arizona features many Natural forests, historical monuments and Indian reservations. The climatic conditions throughout Arizona can sometimes depend on the weather in Canada. If the winds are southerly throughout Canada Arizona will be colder throughout winter sometimes reaching 0 degrees Fahrenheit.

Primarily the climate is very hot due to the majority of land being desert .Throughout the months of July and August the Monsoon weather hits bringing large storms, lighting, high winds and heavy downpours but it is unlikely for a tornadoes to occur in this state.

For more information go to The official website for the state of Arizona

Cities of Arizona

Aguila

Apache Junction

Avondale

Benson

Bisbee

Black Canyon City

Bouse

Buckeye

Bullhead City

Camp Verde

Carefree

Casa Grande

Cave Creek

Chandler

Chino Valley

Clarkdale

Coolidge

Cottonwood

Crown King

Douglas

Douglas

Duncan

Eagar

Ehrenberg

El Mirage

Eloy

Flagstaff

Florence

Fountain Hills

Gila Bend

Gilbert

Glendale

Green Valley

Greer

Guadalupe

Heber

Holbrook

Hope

Huachuca City

Jerome

Kearny

Kingman

Lake Havasu City

Lake Powell

Litchfield Park

Mammoth

Marana

Mesa

Nogales

Oatman

Oro Valley

Page

Paradise Valley

Parker

Patagonia

Payson

Peoria

Phoenix

Pinetop-Lakeside

Prescott

Prescott Valley

Quartzsite

Queen Creek

Safford

Sahuarita

Salome

Scottsdale

Sedona

Show Low

Sierra Vista

Snowflake

Somerton

Sonoita

Springerville

St. Johns

Sun City

Sun City West

Superior

Surprise

South Tucson

Tempe

Thatcher

Tolleson

Tombstone

Tubac

Tucson

Verde Valley

Wellton

Wenden

Wickenburg

Willcox

Williams

Winslow

Youngtown

Yuma