Innovation - District 3
Remote Weather Stations used for avalanche forecasting
The threat of avalanches in the high country is ever present each winter — especially in avalanche-prone regions including Idaho Highway 21 between Lowman and Stanley in southwest Idaho. Remote weather stations provide better data and critical information to maintaining a safe, mobile transportation system.
Learn about your colleagues' award-winning projects at HQ ceremony Thursday
The annual Excellence in Transportation Awards ceremony is an opportunity to learn how ITD staff and others are innovating in construction, transportation planning, public participation and other fields. The awards ceremony will be Thursday, Dec. 14, in the auditorium at Headquarters.
Leadership Summit - MOUsers
Group aims to put understanding back into Memorandums of Understanding
Characteristic of any organization that has existed for very long, the pile of agreements between ITD and other partners has only grown through the years.
Rock slides pester Idaho 75
Rock slides go with the territory. We’re talking about Idaho Highway 75 west of Clayton. The most recent slide, the evening of Nov. 22, brought big rocks down the mountainside at milepost 219.
ITD partners with TransportationYOU to offer girls career glimpse
A handful of girls age 13-18 visited ITD November 3 to learn about all of the interesting things going on in the organization, and give them an interactive, hands-on experience and glimpse of potential transportation careers.
Interim IRP system put in place in just 45 days
When the department was notified its vendor for international truck registrations would no longer be providing the service, a scramble began to replace it. ITD is required by federal and state mandates.