Archive for the ‘Zero Fatalities’ Category

If you’ve ever had a flat tire, run out of gas, or driven by a crash on Utah’s roadways, chances…

Each fall the Paunsaugunt mule deer herd migrates off the Paunsaugunt Plateau near Bryce Canyon, to the Grand Staircase Escalante…

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

September 4th, 2014

100 Deadliest Days Recap

No Comments, Zero Fatalities, by John Gleason.

Labor Day weekend marked the close of what has been dubbed the 100 Deadliest Days on Utah roads. Traditionally, traffic…

Region Three’s Traffic and Safety staff focus on improved roadside safety by replacing guardrail and guardrail end treatments. Griffin Harris,…

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…

As part of a proactive effort to address the immediate and long-term traffic needs on Bangerter Highway, UDOT is constructing…

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…