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Trifecta: Idaho Transportation Department Wins Three National Awards From AASHTO

The Idaho Transportation Department won three national awards in the AASHTO President's Transportation Awards, announced on Oct. 29 at the group's annual meeting in San Diego, Calif. "Over the past 12 years, the culture has shifted at ITD to a workplace where employees are encouraged to innovate, collaborate, and make decisions as close as possible to where the work is being done," said ITD Director Brian Ness....


Snow Zone Safety Improvement Project Wins AASHTO Honor

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) eastern Oregon team has made some significant safety improvements along Interstate 84 over the past 18 months, and those efforts have garnered a national award from the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials....


The $415M I-15 Technology Corridor Project Has Earned UDOT Award Honors

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) recently announced the Top 12 finalists in the 2021 America's Transportation Awards competition. Work on I-15 — known as the Technology Corridor —Lehi Main to SR 92, has earned the Utah of Department of Transportation the selection of Quality of Life/Community Development in the competition....


Seven Western Departments of Transportation Win Awards

Seven state departments of transportation in Arizona, California, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Texas and Utah earned regional recognition in the 2021 America's Transportation Awards competition for projects providing safer access to kids walking to school, removing a highway to reconnect a community and creating a better way to inform motorists about weather events to save lives, among others....


Six State DOTs Win Regional Transportation Project Awards

State departments of transportation in Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio and Wisconsin earned regional recognition in the America's Transportation Awards competition for eight projects that quickly restored safe access to a fire-damaged bridge; used drones to increase staff safety while also improving travel efficiency; and expanded a picturesque pedestrian and bike path to improve community connections, among others....


AASHTO Approves More Than 550 Mi. of Trails in Utah

National transportation officials recently approved more than 550 mil. of bike routes in Utah to the United States Bicycle Routes System (USBRS). These newly designated routes enhance safety and ease for biking in Utah....


Governor-Elect Reappoints UDOT Executive Director

Utah Governor-Elect Spencer R. Cox reappointed Carlos Braceras today as the executive director of the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT). For the past seven years, Braceras has been responsible for UDOT's more than 1,700 employees and the design, construction and maintenance of Utah's 6,000-mile system of roads and highways....


Financially Stressed PennDOT Should Get $410M from New Bill

Pennsylvania will benefit from a new target of funding in the federal stimulus package approved Dec. 21: state departments of transportation, where financially beleaguered PennDOT is expected to receive $410.1 million....


State DOTs Face Challenges Clearing Roads in Winter

To keep roads free of snow and ice in the wintertime requires the right mix of people, equipment and chemicals, two state departments of transportation explained recently — components that now also must include COVID-19 infection contingencies....


Vecellio Group Chief Honored With National Highway Progress Award

Leo A. Vecellio Jr., chairman, president and CEO of West Palm Beach, Fla. based Vecellio Group Inc. , and past chairman of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), is the 2020 recipient of the George S....






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