Archive for the ‘Optimize Mobility’ Category

Three injury crashes occur every minute in the United States, putting nearly 39,000 incident responders potentially in harm’s way every…

AASHTO occasionally posts a video they call the “2 Minute Update”, featuring transportation leaders from different state DOTs across the…

Next week (March 17th-21st) state employees are encouraged to use public transportation to travel to and from work. This ‘Ride…

What does the future hold? That question is nearly impossible to answer unless we’re talking about ways to optimize mobility…

The UDOT Traffic Operations Center (TOC) now has a new tool to enhance safety for drivers  on I-80 – one…

December 5th, 2013

Consider a Map

3 Comments, Optimize Mobility, by Catherine Higgins.

Online maps are serving as great communication tools for UDOT Planning’s efforts to develop and improve facilities for pedestrians and…

Weather events can have a huge impact on traffic and traveler delay. The UDOT Traffic Operations Center (TOC) handles routine…

Current and forecast weather conditions are a critical part of traveler information in Utah.  Utah has many high mountain passes…

The leaves have turned, the first snow has fallen on the mountains, and the 2013 construction season is nearing an…

Managing traffic is an effective way to reduce congestion, save fuel costs and improve safety. One of the most visible…