ITD family mourns loss of D4’s Kime
The ITD family lost one of its own in the late afternoon of Wednesday, April 4, as District 4 mechanic Matt Kime apparently lost control of his eastbound pickup on Idaho Highway 24 in south-central Idaho. He went off the road, overcorrected and flipped. He was ejected from the vehicle.
Video highlights ITD employees serving community
Throughout the state, ITD employees spend their time away from work in a multitude of ways. Some participate in organized sports, and some are members of community organizations. Some immerse themselves in hobbies, some surround themselves with friends and family, and others volunteer time to worthy causes.
Work Zone Safety Week kicks off in Idaho
Spring is in the air and as the weather continues to warm, drivers will notice more orange barrels on the roads as the highway maintenance and construction season begins across Idaho. This week, the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) reminds Idahoans that work zone safety is everybody’s responsibility.
Bald Mountain facility relocated to protect Lochsa scenery
Demolition of the old facility at Bald Mountain, which sits (for this summer, anyway) on the edge of the Lochsa River that flows beside US-12 in north-central Idaho, began in mid-March to create room for recreationists to access the river.
Entries sought for Excellence in Transportation Awards
The annual Excellence in Transportation Awards is an opportunity to have your project evaluated by a team of your peers, and learn what others are doing in the fields of Construction, Design, Environmental Stewardship, Public Participation, Planning and Maintenance/Operations.
Melding information solutions with existing ITD roadway projects helps department take a huge step forward
Our transportation network moves people, products and information. Integrating information management into our transportation network is the next step. Making that integration seamless is a challenge – one that ETS is tackling head-on.
ITD's Alberto Gonzalez talks culture with AAMVA
Do employees look forward to coming to work? Are the lines of communication open? Are collaboration and innovation the way of business? Alberto Gonzalez, DMV administrator, answers "yes" to those questions today. But that wasn't the case five years ago.