Archive for the ‘Zero Fatalities’ Category

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…

What does the future hold? That question is nearly impossible to answer unless we’re talking about ways to optimize mobility…

219 lives were lost in car crashes on Utah’s roads in 2013, up two from 2012. Although Utah only experienced…

November 25th, 2013

SNAP, Walk ‘N Roll

No Comments, Zero Fatalities, by Guest Post.

Since 2009, the UDOT SNAP team has been teaching Utah students the importance of safe walking and biking practices. To…

The Student Neighborhood Access Program, or SNAP, is committed to promoting safe walking and biking habits for Utah’s elementary and…

The leaves have turned, the first snow has fallen on the mountains, and the 2013 construction season is nearing an…

The following post is the second of a two-part series about how GIS tools help employees expedite work and refine…

August 8th, 2013

Drowsy Driving Experiment

2 Comments, Zero Fatalities, by Tania Mashburn.

It’s 4 a.m. While most Utahns are still fast asleep, four people, each with very different lives, all have one…

July 31st, 2013

Truck Smart and Drive To Stay Alive

2 Comments, Zero Fatalities, by Sarah Stephenson.

Drive to Stay Alive and Truck Smart are brought to you by UDOT’s Motor Carrier Division. These two programs have…