Hope flourishes in fight against cancer
Parkcenter Boulevard was awash in pink…t-shirts, tiaras, kilts, wigs, pom-poms…and the rustling of lots and lots of tutus. The Eradicators! joined thousands of participants to show support in the fight to end breast cancer.
Division of Aeronautics
Aero helps Johnson re-create flight that changed his life forever
Harold Johnson came home from the Navy at the end of WWII and began to fly. On Valentine's Day in 1948, Harold met a 16-year-old Boise High School senior, and a flight led to almost 70 years of marriage.
Besides helping the district achieve 88% mobility this winter, the St. Maries crew continued its partnership with a local nonprofit dedicated to promoting conservation of birds of prey through educational programs and rehabilitation.
ITD Leaders Workshop
2018: Year of the Employee
In mid-May, ITD made department history by bringing every supervisor from across the state — more than 200 of them — to one location to focus on the department's employees.
Focus Four wallet cards are employee safety reminders
District 3 Safety Compliance Officer Eric Copeland came up with a simple way to remind employees about common safety issues – wallet-sized "Focus Four" cards.
Delineation innovation to improve safety and save time
Once implemented after construction this summer, a delineation innovation is expected to improve mobility and safety for highway users in the Craigmont area while saving the time of the local operations crew.
100 Deadliest Days leaves four in Memorial Day Weekend's wake
The 100 Deadliest Day is true to its name so far. Memorial Day Weekend, brought with it cookouts, camping trips and the beginning of the most dangerous time on Idaho’s roads.
Idaho Transportation Board
Costco improvements to US-20/26, DUI enforcement efforts highlight May transportation board meeting
An agreement on Costco improvements to a piece of US-20/26, and a pair of DUI enforcement campaigns in Eastern Idaho were highlighted at the Board’s May meeting last week in Pocatello.