Posts Tagged ‘pedestrian safety’

June 16th, 2014

Optimizing Mobility

No Comments, Optimize Mobility, by Adan Carrillo.

As we continually look for ways to improve our processes with the ultimate goal of keeping drivers moving on Utah’s…

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…

February 8th, 2013

2013 Strategic Direction — Part 3

No Comments, Zero Fatalities, by Kristen Hoschouer.

This is the third part of a 4 part series about the 2013 Strategic Direction. Please also check out Part…

November 10th, 2010


7 Comments, Uncategorized, by Catherine Higgins.

Robert Hull has Zero tolerance for traffic fatalities. As UDOT’s Engineer for Traffic and Safety, Hull has spearheaded many ambitious…

July 19th, 2010


2 Comments, Uncategorized, by Catherine Higgins.

UDOT’s brand new rest stop echoes Tucker’s railroad past. Dave Babcock, Fleet Manager in UDOT Region 4′s Price Office wrote this…

June 14th, 2010

Attention, walkers!

3 Comments, Uncategorized, by Catherine Higgins.

United States Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood recency blogged about distracted walkers who text, listen to music or talk on cell phones while crossing streets….