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The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) announced today a partnership with Panasonic Corporation of North America to develop the nation's most advanced transportation data network.

The department first thought more money was the only solution. After working with the Governor?s Office of Management and Budget (GOMB), this mindset changed leading to exciting results.

The Utah Department of Transportation and Utah Transit Authority are teaming up for a $600,000 pilot program to get people more comfortable with the concept of autonomous vehicles.

The demonstration was part of a three-day workshop with several transportation leaders to share best practices and highlight the department?s nationally recognized Redwood Road CAV project.

This digital report highlights some of the major transportation projects in Salt Lake County and six of the top ten construction projects in the state of Utah for 2017.

In June 2017, members of the Connected Vehicle Pooled Fund Study from about 20 states and agencies came to see a demonstration of the MMITSS system.

While the initial focus of UDOT was to design and build dashboards for immediate management needs, Socrata has slowly been updated with new data sets and functionality.

UDOT continually seeks to innovate and make the most of taxpayer dollars with new and improved technologies

UDOT publishes report on the potential for autonomous vehicles in Utah.

Did you know engineers can change about 70% of Utah's intersections with just the push of a button?

Hydro demolition will allow crews to be more precise while refurbishing the bridge, which saves time and money.

UDOT's intelligent design effort includes moving to an all 3D work flow - a revolutionary change in the way state departments of transportation do business.

The Utah Department of Transportation unveiled a new snowplow monitoring system to provide locations of all 500 of the agency's snowplows as they clear roads.

A UDOT Safety Engineer explains this important innovation in this video from the 2015 UDOT Annual Conference.

UDOT Region One Area Supervisor Kelly Andrew, along with maintenance crews, has been using a GIS app that tracks the location of phragmites.

UDOT projects in Southern Utah and Northern Utah garnered two regional awards in the 2015 America?s Transportation Awards competition.

Outdoor Advertising Control Map shows various state routes where outdoor advertising control is mandated by state and federal law. By toggling layers and using pan functions the end-user can quickly identify which routes require OAC.

Skip rush hour altogether by adjusting your work schedule to commute during a less-congested time of day.

As part of UDOT's vision to Keep Utah Moving, the I-15 South Davis Improvements project will reconstruct the 2600 South Interchange in North Salt Lake/Bountiful.

Beginning May 22, UDOT will launch a new variable message sign (VMS) campaign, to serve as a reminder that Zero Fatalities will require driver effort and attention.

According to new data from the Utah Department of Transportation, average speeds on urban interstates along the Wasatch Front have stayed consistent, despite moving the speed limit from 65 to 70 in December 2014.

UDOT's "Walking School Bus" - an organized effort in which students walk or bike to and from school together under the supervision of at least one adult - is presented as one of the innovative solutions featured in the new video.

LEHI - Northern Utah County is developing at a rapid pace, emerging as a new frontier of the high-tech industry. In addition to retail attractions such as Cabela's and the Outlets at Traverse Mountain, the area around I-15 at Timpanogos Highway (SR-92) has been dubbed the Silicon Slopes, attracting businesses who want affordable office space, a reliable talent pool from area universities and the high quality of life Utahns enjoy with a variety of outdoor recreation options just minutes away.

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