Opening of Pocatello's Cheyenne Connector caps multi-phase partnership
The grand opening of the Cheyenne Connector project in Pocatello Dec. 23 put the finishing touches on a multi-phase, multi-year $17 million investment connecting the southern section of the community by crossing the Union Pacific Railroad and Interstate 15.
ITD honors Harrison’s TOPS #338 for 22 years of service
If ITD could have influenced Santa’s legendary ‘Nice List’, the agency would have definitely asked to have all Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) volunteers on it.
Year in review
2015 was pivotal year for ITD
Increased funding, employee innovations, national conferences, department recognition and important partnerships marked 2015 as a pivotal year for the Idaho Transportation Department. What follows is a look at some of the Transporter stories, by the month, which made the year memorable.
2015: By the Numbers
As the clock turns from 2015 to 2016, it is instructive to look back at some of the numbers that defined the past year.
ITD from the Vault (1990): Crews begin work on "the wall"
Concrete panels faced with rock and pebbles are hoisted by crane into the air and gently placed into position by human hands while fill dirt is pushed over wire racks nearby.
Encore (12-23-15): Treasure Valley law enforcement unite to stop impaired driving this holiday season
Law enforcement officers from across the Treasure Valley are teaming up to stop impaired driving this holiday season. The Boise, Caldwell and Nampa Police Departments and the Idaho State Police, as part of the Treasure Valley DUI Task Force, are joining together to enforce impaired driving laws through the holiday season.
Encore (12-23-15): Survey finds 70 percent of state DOTs are tracking El Niño's potential impacts on winter weather
The tricky-to-track ocean and atmospheric phenomenon known as El Niño has prompted state departments of transportation to make winter-weather preparations in the face of uncertainty.