Archive for the ‘Preserve Infrastructure’ Category

UDOT’s I-15 CORE will open all travel lanes through the 24-mile project on Monday, November 5.

UDOT Director John Njord praised employees and private sector allies for partnering and innovation.

UDOT Deputy Director Carlos Braceras challenged employees to align personal achievement with agency goals.

The Strategic Highway Research Program 2 is nearing the end of a long effort to conduct and prioritize research projects.

October 5th, 2012


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

UDOT’s innovative pre-cast pavement panels speed up concrete road repair.

A wetland bank can be a successful and accepted way to mitigate for the loss of plant and animal habitat areas due to transportation projects.

September 27th, 2012


2 Comments, Preserve Infrastructure, by Catherine Higgins.

When roads cross streams, culverts need to accommodate fish.

When complete in December, I-15 CORE will be the fastest billion-dollar public highway project ever built in the U.S.

The careful work done in the Body Shop and Heavy Equipment Shop prolongs the life UDOT’s fleet.

Newly trained mechanics are getting work experience at UDOT.