Second Life: Orange vests repurposed
ITD recently retired its classic orange safety vests in favor of high-visibility yellow ones so workers would not blend in with orange cones and barrels on the side of the road. That sidelined hundreds of the old orange vests.
D1 finds practical, safer method to remove hazard trees
After more than 400 trees were removed during a five-week summer operation, I-90 east of Coeur d’Alene will be safer for drivers this winter.
ITD mentors students for Walk to School Day Aug. 10
ITD took part in another important safety reminder Aug. 10, with numerous events around the state for International Walk to School Day.
Wetlands restoration continues on, while Robertson finishes
An environmental reclamation initiative that started in the Georgetown area of District 5 two decades ago continues strong today, while project architect Dan Robertson finished his journey Oct. 4.
ITD Job Openings
ITD has many opportunities for work variety and specialization. Working with ITD can be a lifetime career choice, with the opportunity for growth and advancement. There are 13 current job openings.
Districts 5 & 6 collaborate to repair highway
In the first week of October, ITD Districts 5 & 6 worked together to fix a deteriorating section of road on US-91 in Shelley. This will save time, money and vehicle wear-and-tear.
Rules of the Road: Temporary Signs
Idaho Highways are some of the heaviest-populated areas of the state, making them great places to reach people with messages. But, improper placement of signs or banners can compromise safety.
Great ShakeOut Oct. 18 reminds of earthquake preparedness
Idaho's Great ShakeOut on Oct. 18 is another ITD employee safety initiative, designed so that employees can take a few minutes to learn preparedness habits that may avert injury in a tine of crisis.