Archive for the ‘Preserve Infrastructure’ Category

Mountainland Association of Governments held its annual Transportation and Community Planning Fairs during October. MAG invited member cities to provide information…

If all roads led to Rome at the height of the Roman Empire, all roads in Utah lead to elevated…

Drivers traveling through Summit County on I-80 have become familiar with one of the Region’s largest construction projects: the concrete…

Because winter maintenance is so costly, UDOT personnel asked researchers at Brigham Young University (BYU) to determine whether asphalt or…

The I-15 Payson to Spanish Fork project was one of the largest construction projects in Region Three in 2013. The…

September 10th, 2014

See UDOT in 3D

No Comments, Employee Focus, Preserve Infrastructure, by Catherine Higgins.

UDOT is moving to an all-3D environment which includes greater use of available design capabilities and an eventual move to…

In recent years, the Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) method has received attention in regions of moderate-to-high seismicity. Prefabrication of bridge…

A new study led by UDOT and funded through the FHWA Transportation Pooled Fund Program began in March and is…

Efficiencies within UDOT often generate cost savings for the public and the Department through better utilization of resources and innovative…

Projects have been selected for FY15 funding from the 2014 UDOT Research Workshop held on April 30th. Fifty-nine problem statements…