ITD goes Ivy League
Harvard. Few names are as synonymous with achievement and excellence. So, it was noteworthy when Harvard recently interviewed Idaho Transportation Department Director Brian Ness for information on the agency’s innovation program.
D3, service providers earn kudos for response this winter
One of the partners in District 3, Cortney Nielsen, recently gave D3 kudos for their winter response. "I want to thank ITD for doing the very best they could given the very new circumstances that the winter brought upon us. No one could have predicted that, and I believe that everyone did the very best they could given the situation."
Employees take center stage during recognition week May 8-12
It’s that time of the year again to celebrate the incredible ITD employees! Employee Recognition Week is officially May 8-12.
Idaho Transportation Board
I-84 work near GARVEE, D2 road maintenance, highway safety issue discussed at April board meeting in Lewiston
A decision on GARVEE bonding for the I-84 work near Nampa, a report on District 2 road-maintenance efforts, and the impacts of marijuana use on highway safety were some of the highlights of the Idaho Transportation Department’s first traveling district meeting of 2017, held April 20-21 in Lewiston.
D4 Innovation Steward: Trey Mink
A few years ago, ITD leadership noticed that great ideas generated out in the field weren't getting submitted into the innovation funnel. The main culprit was not an unwillingness, but rather just not knowing how. So to remove that barrier, innovation stewards were added in each district to facilitate the submission of ideas. Our profile this week is D4 Innovation Steward Trey Mink.
A savory tradition: the D6 employee benefit luncheon
A popular tradition at District 6 is the employee benefit luncheon each spring and fall. The event was held April 26 at the Chuck-a-Rama Buffet in Idaho Falls.