begins alternating meetings between Boise, districts
Idaho Transportation Board will start its annual tour
of Idaho by holding its monthly meeting in Lewiston
next week. The meeting will be in the District 2 office,
2600 Frontage Road on Thursday and Friday (April 15-16).
The board will alternate its monthly meetings between
Boise and district offices until next fall.
emphasize work zone safety message
Valley motorists were reminded this week to slow down
and pay extra attention in highway work zones. Television
news broadcasts, newspaper stories and radio traffic
reports all drove home the safety message as part
of Work Zone Safety Awareness Week, April 5-9.
conducts successful test of Amber Alert system
motorists on Idahos interstates saw it for only
about a minute. Television viewers saw the scrolling
message briefly at the bottom of their screen while
they watched infomercials, sitcom reruns or B-rated
movies. At 1:40 a.m. Tuesday (MDT), while most Idahoans
slept soundly, the states Amber Alert System
was thoroughly tested...
will have two main health plan options
employees will have two insurance options from which
to choose when they complete their new enrollment
forms in May, according to the Idaho Office of Insurance
Management. Members of the HR Staff attended a payroll
processing meeting earlier this week where they learned
more about the transition to a new health insurance
enrollment meeting planned statewide
employees will have an opportunity in May to attend
meetings that will help them make decisions about
their choice of plans offered through Blue Cross.
The Office of Group Insurance will conduct a series
of open enrollment meetings throughout the state,
beginning April 19 and concluding on May 4.
child restraint can prevent serious injury, death
two-vehicle car crash that claimed the life of a young
Caldwell girl this week underscores the importance
of properly restraining children seats appropriate
for their size. It also affirms the warning that young
children should not ride in the front seat of vehicles
equipped with passenger-side airbags.
grant to help aggressive driving crackdown
a hurry to get somewhere? Guilty of speeding? Blurring
the distinction of a yellow and red light? Constantly
changing lanes to save a couple of seconds?
team pledges to maintain communication
of the IT Technology Transition Team learned how to
apply communications strategies and tools to keep
colleagues apprised of efforts to reshape the departments
Information Technology Services.
server, domain name require updating bookmarks
Internet users have noticed that ITD is using a web
site name and the system is powered by new servers
that operate on the higher security level of Microsofts
2003 operating system.
to the ITD Intranet Main Page
Transporter is updated on Fridays
suggestions or story ideas may be directed to:
Coulter, ITD Public Affairs
ferry riders to pay 5 percent more
First Lady wages war on teen drinking
on how to float your boat... safely
Meridian, Kuna hope byway will draw visitors