Archive for the ‘Preserve Infrastructure’ Category

August 9th, 2012

WAY TO GO, STEVE!

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A UDOT Region Two employee received recognition from Governor Herbert for making a safety improvement.

Projects have been selected for funding from the 2012 UDOT Research Workshop.

AASHTO has created a website to consolidate information about MAP-21, Moving Ahead for Progress in the Twenty First Century, the federal transportation bill passed into law on July 6.

You can showcase the people who use and improve our state transportation system – but hurry, time is short!

The First Annual National Fleet Management Conference brought fleet managers together to share expertise. Fleet managers at the nations departments…

A new UDOT website lets the public see how tax money is spent to build and improve state roads.

Utah’s all-inclusive transportation plan for state and local roads and transit is one of a kind in the United States….

A hybrid bridge system that combines the durability of concrete with the strength of carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer.

The 2012 Research Workshop held on May 10 brought transportation experts together to present, discuss, and then prioritize potential research opportunities.

June 12th, 2012

LONG JOINTS

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The Federal Highways Association and the Asphalt Pavement association are working together to identify ways to prevent longitudinal joint failure.