The Arizona Department of Transportation is set to implement a sponsorship and advertising program at its 14 rest areas after signing a five-year agreement with Infrastructure Corporation of America. The contract, which went into effect Oct. 1, covers the maintenance and operations of the rest areas as well as the addition of Wi-Fi access, charging stations for electric vehicles and ATM machines. The contract also calls for on-site staff at the rest areas for 16 hours a day. The federal highway transportation bill signed into law in 2012 allowed states to sell advertising and sponsorships at rest areas.
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