Archive for the ‘Optimize Mobility’ Category

UDOT marked two significant milestones as it celebrated the completion of the largest road construction projects in Utah history on…

A Utah-specific weather severity index will help UDOT improve the efficiency of snow fighting efforts.

December 7th, 2012

TERRIFIC TWEETS

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Innovation touched every aspect of the I-15 CORE project from construction to communication. While massive structures were built nearby then…

About 25 thousand times each year, oversize loads travel on Utah highways and arterials. Routing big loads properly protects the…

December 6th, 2012

TALKING TO TRAFFIC

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Combining social media and traffic management tools helped keep traffic moving during I-15 CORE reconstruction.

UDOT Motor Carriers Division has the responsibility of making sure oversized loads are routed properly.

December 1st, 2012

SHIELDS

No Comments, Optimize Mobility, Preserve Infrastructure, by Catherine Higgins.

UDOT is using a fairly new technology to apply thermoplastic markings in the shape of shields to direct drivers to the correct lane at interchanges.

November 28th, 2012

WATCHING THE WORK

1 Comment, Optimize Mobility, Preserve Infrastructure, by Catherine Higgins.

Transportation Technicians at UDOT guard the public trust.

UDOT Executive Director John Njord has received an award for his leadership of the I-15 CORE Project.

The Utah Collaborative Active Transportation Study will find ways to improve bicycle and pedestrian connections.