D6 member Lee Gagner steps away after a decade on Idaho Transportation Board
Lee Gagner has diligently represented District 6 as a member of the Idaho Transportation Board, and will retire at the end of the year after a decade of service.
Leadership Summit - Demystifying PII
Summit team looks to demystify PII
Stories of identity theft and data breaches are common these days. Unfortunately, that story became a reality at ITD in 2018 when a phishing email scam gained potential access to personally identifiable information (PII).
Moose on the Loose on I-15 in Blackfoot
There’s something to be said about moose and their majestic nature…from a distance! It’s not uncommon to see moose in east Idaho; it is, however, odd to see them on the interstate.
Side-wing incident shows need for safety around snowplows
It’s time for year-end holidays, snow and winter driving. As winter is in full force here in East Idaho, drivers will continue to see our snow plows on the highways. They mat be used to side-wing plows, however.
Innovation helps St. Maries crews wash trucks from underneath
If Team Clean’s frame-mounted washing system did not get your attention, check out this D1 innovation that aims at doing the same thing: washing trucks’ undercarriage to prevent rusting.
Jeff Marker takes over as ITD’s new Public Transportation Manager Dec. 17
Jeff Marker, who has been manager of ITD’s Freight office for the last several years, takes over as manager of the department’s Public Transportation office Dec. 17.
Leadership Summit - Procurement Pros
Leadership Team tackles vehicle procurement
This team took on the challenge of capital-equipment purchasing for public transportation sub-recipients. ITD’s Public Transportation division receives $1M-$1.75M in federal funding each year for capital procurement.
Idaho Transportation Board
Gagner Retirement, LHTAC partnership and 129K truck route highlight board’s December meeting
The December 13 meeting of the Idaho Transportation Board in Boise will feature an Open House for retiring board member Lee Gagner, a review of the outdoor sign program, review of a proposed 129,000-lb truck route in D4, and discussion of working jointly with LHTAC on some initiatives.