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Construction Stormwater Management Long-Term Stormwater Management
Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) Forms The UDOT Stormwater Team completes all inspections and forms electronically using the Survey123 app. For help downloading and submitting forms, see Using the Survey123 App for Stormwater Inspections (Public Surveys) Priority Area Screening Form Enter data into Priority Area Screening Inspection Form found in UPlan UDOT IDDE Incident […]
Stormwater Fact Sheets Homeowners – July 2020 Business, Industrial & Commercial – July 2020 Driving Public – July 2020
Stormwater Management Program UDOT complies with a statewide Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) discharge Permit required by EPA and regulated by the State Division of Water Quality (DWQ). This Permit allows UDOT to discharge stormwater from roadways and UDOT-owned and operated facilities, such as maintenance facilities, port of entries, rest areas, park and rides […]
Local Public Agency (LPA) projects have the same priority to UDOT as state projects. UDOT and LPAs are partners in the successful completion of LPA projects. B&C Road Fund Information The Class B & C road system with a funding program was established by the Utah Legislature in 1937 as a means of providing assistance […]
“Research: the distance between an idea and its realization.” –David Sarnoff, pioneer of American radio and television UDOT’s Research and Innovation division mobilizes research studies and employee ingenuity to help drive continuous Department evolution. Our Research team partners with UDOT experts, Utah universities, and consultants to identify transportation research that meets UDOT’s most important needs. […]
Report No. UT-21.11: Investigating the Feasibility of Introducing Alternative Fuel Vehicles into a Maintenance Fleet
Research and Innovation Division final report (Subject: Maintenance and Stormwater)
Report No. UT-21.09: Analytical Framework for Life Cycle and Performance Assessment of Equipment Programs
Research & Innovation Division final report (Subject: Maintenance and Stormwater)
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic.” –Arthur C. Clarke Technology and Innovation Divisions Annual Innovation & Efficiencies Report 2021 Report Available Now For questions, concerns, or changes please contact Jordan Hess at 801-875-0065 or at email@example.com.