4/3/2020

Public Transportation
ITD’s Public Transportation group preparing for federal funding boost and dealing with dwindling ridership
This is an unprecedented time, at least in modern times, and so a slowdown or lack of services is to be expected. But that’s not what ITD’s Public Transportation group is experiencing. In fact, they are 100% operational – all services are still being delivered, just remotely.

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Employees
Could your next five minutes bring Idaho $14,730? The Census thinks so.
Do you remember 2010? We couldn’t get Lady Gaga off the radio, this “Facebook” thing was really taking off, everyone was obsessed with New Jersey, and half of our new ITD staff was still in high school (scary). It was also the year of the last U.S. Census – and hasn’t a lot changed since then?

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Division of Aeronautics
Aero prepared to transport medical personnel, supplies
Idaho's Division of Aeronautics is making preparations to begin transporting medical personnel and supplies, should the need arise. Administrator Jeff Marker is hoping never to see the day arrive when the spread of the virus necessitates such an action, but he and his crew at Aero are ready if that happens.

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Idaho Transportation Board
Corona Concerns impact board meeting, but important work still accomplished
Despite social-distancing protocols preventing many members from attending in person, the important work of the Idaho Transportation Board carried on at the March 18 monthly meeting in Boise. The District 4 office building in Shoshone was discussed, along with the status and intent of statewide outreach workshops, and dispersal of $14 million in Highway Infrastructure Program funds.

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Career Development
ITD Job Openings
The current list of job openings may help inform employees of the career choices available to them that make ITD a great place to work. It also may assist in external recruitment when looking for the best candidates.

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