Monthly Archives: September 2018

#WorkForUsWednesday – September 12, 2018

Did you know today in National Chocolate Milkshake day? Here at UDOT, it just happens to also be #WorkForUsWednesday. Today we have ONE new position to tell you about. Our Data Analytics eBusiness Project Managers oversee the many software tools we use as a department. As we move more and more into a paperless world, these software tools become more and more important. .

Click on the link below to get more information and to apply. Come join a workforce of over 1,600 people, whose mission is to innovate transportation solutions that strengthen Utah’s economy and enhance quality of life.

  • Recruitment #17233 – Data Analytics eBusiness Project Manager (Electronic Business Project Manager), Complex – Program Development, Opens 9/11/18, Closes 9/18/18.  Click here to apply.

Visit the Utah State Jobs website at any time to see all open positions with the department. Simply filter the search criteria by department to (810) Department of Transportation. We hope to see you proudly wearing UDOT orange soon.

Availability of Federal Transit Administration Funds

Availability of Federal Transit Administration Funds

The Utah Department of Transportation is pleased to announce the availability of Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds for Federal Fiscal Year 2022. Administration of available funds is competitive and requires application for those funds. The first phase of the application process begins on September 1, 2018 with submission of a Letter of Intent (LOI).

To submit a LOI, visit our website at The last day to submit an LOI form is October 15, 2018. If you do not have access to the internet and would like to fill out a hard copy of the LOI, please contact Tim Boschert at, 801-870-4770 or Uday Teki at, 801-965-4210.

Funding is available for the following programs:

  • Section 5310 – Enhanced Mobility for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities
  • Section 5311 – Formula Grants for Rural Areas
  • Section 5339 – Bus and Bus Facilities

For more information on the LOI and application process go to UDOT’s Public Transit home page at or visit the Application Process and Guidance page directly at,,V:4453.

For additional information on the above federal FTA programs please go to FTA’s website at

Federal Transit Administration
Utah Department of Transportation
STIP Program Years 2022

Advertisement for Funding for Eligible Projects*

Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act)
Program Year Program Amount Program Area
5310 2022 $221,035



Small Urban*

5311 2022 $5,086,011 Statewide
5339 2022 $3,500,000



Small Urban

*Program amounts are approximate amounts and subject to change

*Small Urban: Logan City and City of St. George

*Statewide: Outside of MPO Regions and Small Urban

Media Briefing: UDOT, UHP to Report on Highway Fatalities for 100 Deadliest Days

Media Briefing: UDOT, UHP to Report on Highway Fatalities for 100 Deadliest Days

Transportation and law enforcement leaders to highlight lifesaving behavior changes for drivers, passengers and motorcyclists  

WHAT: The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and the Utah Highway Patrol (UHP) will report on what has been a disappointing summer for driver, passenger and pedestrian fatalities on Utah roads from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day, known as the 100 Deadliest Days. The 100 Deadliest Days typically averages twice as many fatal crashes compared to the rest of the year.  This year Utah saw dramatic increases in motorcycle, unbuckled and aggressive driving fatalities.

With 94 percent of all crashes caused by human error, UDOT and UHP will challenge Utahns to do a better job with zero texting, zero distractions, zero driving under the influence, zero speeding and zero unbuckled passengers. University of Utah student Mariana Sablan will share how using her seat belt kept her from becoming a fatality this summer.

WHEN:           Wednesday, September 5, 2018, 10 – 11 a.m.

WHERE:         South Bountiful Auto 2166 W 2425 S, Woods Cross

WHO:              Mariana Sablan – Rollover survivor and seatbelt user

Col. Michael Rapich – Utah Highway Patrol

John Gleason, UDOT Public Information Officer


·         2018 100 Deadliest Days statistics

·         Crashed vehicles at South Bountiful Auto

·         Mariana Sablan crash photos ( Dropbox Link)


Media Contact:
John Gleason
UDOT Public Information Officer
Cell: 801-560-7740