Posts Tagged ‘traffic signals’

Existing traffic signals have been updated to newer equipment that includes controllers that send real-time data about the signal operations…

January 23rd, 2014

WASHTO Quality Award Winners

No Comments, Employee Focus, by Carlos Braceras.

I am pleased to announce that the WASHTO Quality Award winners for 2013 are the Ogden Canyon Fiber Project and…

Managing traffic is an effective way to reduce congestion, save fuel costs and improve safety. One of the most visible…

October 15th, 2013

Whatever the Weather

No Comments, Optimize Mobility, by Catherine Higgins.

During storms, driving conditions can cause travel delay, especially during the morning and evening commute. When a storm hits the…

On September 1, 2013, Utah lost Draper Police Sergeant Derek Johnson in the line of duty. This tragic loss brings…

The UDOT Traffic Management Division (TMD) houses UDOT’s Traffic Operations Center (TOC), the traffic signal management division, traveler information program…

Two bills passed by the state legislature this March will affect transportation in Utah, SB 123, Runaway Vehicle Ramp Requirements…

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…

February 6th, 2013

2013 Strategic Direction — Part 2

No Comments, Optimize Mobility, by Kristen Hoschouer.

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

February 24th, 2011

SIGNALS WHERE WARRANTED

1 Comment, Optimize Mobility, by Catherine Higgins.

“Warrants were issued after an investigation” is a phrase you may hear on CSI or at UDOT — the signal warrant process does not involve taking finger prints!