Hoff, Hubbard and Barrus lead District Engineer transitions, replacing five decades of leadership
A change unprecedented in recent department memory will replace nearly 50 years of experience in the top spot in three districts over the next few months, as new District Engineers are put in place in Lewiston, Shoshone and Pocatello.
Gibson wins District 1 equipment roadeo, leads north Idaho contingent qualifying for state event
Twenty-three participants took part in the District 1 equipment roadeo May 23 at Moyie Springs Gravel Pit (near the Bonners Ferry Maintenance shed), with TJ Gibson emerging as the winner after the day-long event.
Appreciation events in Headquarters celebrates employees
ITD celebrated employees at Headquarters and across the districts in May. The celebration kicked off early in May, when Gov. Brad Little declared it Employee Appreciation Week for state workers. This story focuses on the events at the HQ complex, but future editions will delve into the district celebrations of the last several weeks.
With a simple caption and a single photo, ITD’s Instagram account was born
For the first time since creating Facebook and Twitter accounts in 2009, ITD has a new social-media platform - Instagram, which is heavily dependent on great visuals. So it was a natural fit for ITD Photographer Mark Hall to lead the effort.
New DMV site allows you to "skip the line"
Idahoans needing to renew their driver’s license, identification card or vehicle license plate can now “skip the line by going online” through a new website, Drive Idaho.
Improvements to ITD Innovation site make it easier than ever to submit your ideas
In the spirit of continuous improvement, ITD recently overhauled the Innovate ITD site to make it easier to submit new ideas, and to revamp recognition by immediate supervisors when an idea has been submitted or an innovation implemented.
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.
ITD employees have an avenue to share their appreciation for the assistance and guidance that is an essential component of job satisfaction. These are the MVP cards submitted by employees in the past week:
Idaho Transportation Board
Wildlife collisions, ID-16 savings and electronic ticketing highlight May board meeting
Mitigation efforts to reduce vehicle-animal collisions, a measure to shave $25 million from the ID-16 corridor work, and statewide electronic ticketing to ease time requirements for police highlighted the May meeting of the Idaho Transportation Board in Pocatello.