Tin Cup Beaver Dam restoration project benefits wildlife and ITD
When a few beaver dams on Tin Cup Creek in southeast Idaho started backing up water last fall at a culvert on Idaho Highway 34 and threatening to undermine the road, ITD was faced with the complication of adding underwater bridge inspections for that remote site. Instead they built riffles...really good riffles.
Innovation - DMV
QA/QC measure for DMV titles saves 20,000 hours annually, has reduced errors from 30% to just 8%
ITD’s Division of Motor Vehicles issues over 500,000 titles annually, so any improvement is likely to generate a significant savings in time, and the customer-service improvements impact drivers statewide.
ITD webpage on eclipse provides vital information
All of Idaho is buzzing with excitement and gossip over the impending total solar eclipse, which will hit Aug. 21. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience it in our own backyard.
ITD eclipse preparations continue
ITD is working closely to develop a statewide plan to ensure motorists have the information they need ahead of the Aug. 21 event. ITD's Jennifer Gonzalez shares some information about our agency's preparation efforts-including how you can prepare.
Idaho Transportation Board
Child Pedestrian, Congestion Mitigation and GARVEE highlight August 16-17 Idaho Transportation Board Meeting
A review of the child pedestrian safety and congestion mitigation programs, a discussion of possible GARVEE projects, an the annual review of the state's 80-mph speed zones will highlight the Aug. 16-17 meeting of the Idaho Transportation Board in Coeur d’Alene.
D1 Employee Safety
D1 implements stretch-and-flex program to combat workplace injuries
The folks at D1 have implemented a stretch-and-flex program to specifically combat a rash of shoulder, neck and knee injuries, which are ITD's most common workplace injuries.