Extreme winter weather closes roads, stretches resources
A series of winter storms pounded the region this week, bringing heavy snowfall and causing multiple road closures. The extreme weather forced ITD to rally personnel and equipment to meet the challenge.
Kuisti named new DEPP Administrator, succeeding Kimbol
Dave Kuisti has been named the department’s new administrator of the Division of Engineering Products and Plans. Kuisti will officially start in his new role in Boise on March 10.
New pedestrian bridge at Lava Hot Springs improves pedestrian safety and mobility in popular tourist town
A new pedestrian bridge just north of the existing one in the city of Lava Hot Springs in southeast Idaho increases pedestrian mobility and enhances safety for all users of East Main Street.
Decade later, Twin Falls Alternate Route has increased safety, reduced congestion and created jobs
In the early '90s, ITD began the long process of developing an alternate route of US-93 in Twin Falls. Almost a decade after that opening, we take a brief look back at that project.
Vehicles phase of GEM begins
DMV has been working for years to move its transactions from the 1980s mainframe to a more stable and secure system. The next stage of that effort recently launched.
ITD Job Openings UPDATED
The current list of job openings may help inform employees of the career choices available to them. It also may assist in external recruitment when looking for the best candidates.
From the Vault: 1962 Topics
$100 per month salary, hiring a moving company for just $34, the Fire Dept spraying down our truck...yep, it was 1962.
State Controller Woolf thanks ITD employees for help on Project Luma
Idaho State Controller Brandon Woolf presented certificates of appreciation to a dozen ITD employees Feb. 21 for their help during the last few months on Project Luma.