D2 operations goes the extra 90 miles for Missoula-bound travelers
ITD aids many during their travels, but two snowplow operators near Lolo Pass were able to do more than just clear the roads.
ITD Boot program continues employee safety focus
ITD recently unveiled a program to provide eligible employees with work boots — the employee safety footwear program, aka the Boot program.
Division of Aeronautics
ITD lands new airplane for the state
During a ceremony earlier this week, a Sandpoint-based company delivered its latest Kodiak airplane to Aeronautics Administrator Mike Pape, replacing the 46-year old Cessna in the fleet.
2015: District 2's Doug Freeman passes away on return from sign-inventory work
Of the 10 ITD workers who have died on the job since 2000, only one of them did not have a story written about them. I'm correcting that oversight:
ITD Job Openings
The current list of job openings may help inform employees of the career choices available to them. It also may assist in external recruitment when looking for the best candidates.
Leadership Summit - Equipment Assessment
Leadership Summit team assesses snowplow blades
The District 5 Equipment Assessment team tackled a common problem — determining which piece or brand of equipment is most cost effective and produces the best results.
Vault: It was a simpler time... (2000): 3% of drivers using cellphones
A disturbing number of people still use cellphones while driving. Despite laws restricting the activity, a 2017 survey found nearly 90% of drivers said they used their smartphones while on the road. Yikes!
Past & present efforts look to improve safety near casino
Crashes near Aht’wy Plaza have become too frequent. Too many of them have ended with a loss, such as two fatalities in the area in the last few months.
Idaho Transportation Board
Surplus, Shift, STAR, Excellence highlight board’s January meeting
Surplus property, sales tax anticipation, funding for the shift engaged-driving program, and transportation excellence will be featured when the board hosts its January Meeting.