FHWA has given UDOT and partner agencies an award for successful wildlife mitigation efforts on U.S. Highway 6. A diverse…
September 29th, 2011No Comments, Uncategorized, by Catherine Higgins.
The first portion of the Mountain View Corridor opened first to runners, then motorists.
Pavement markings placed this week in Echo and East Canyons will help improve safety on canyon roads.
Oil sands, mined in the Uintah basin, are a source of natural asphalt that have been used in pavement for 80 years.
Interstate signs are updated to improve safety and provide better readability and directional help for road users.
A project to install new welcome signs around the state also gave UDOT a chance to use a new sign base.
UDOT and local charities will hold a fun run on a new portion of the Mountain View Corridor in Utah…
Heading to the big game on Saturday, September 17?
September 16th, 20112 Comments, Optimize Mobility, by Catherine Higgins.
Researchers have some new insight on what happens to safety barrier systems on mechanically stabilized earth walls during a crash.