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At UDOT we use several acronyms and to help everyone know what we’re talking about we compiled the following list. If we missed one let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. The Class B & C road system with a funding program was established by the Utah Legislature in 1937 as a means of providing assistance to counties and incorporated […]
IDDE Procedures UDOT has procedures in place for Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination, which are described in the UDOT Stormwater Management Program (SWMP). UDOT has authority over its right-of-way to investigate and resolve Illegal Connections and Illicit Discharges and Illegal Dumping (IC/IDs). Illegal connections are prohibited as they may carry unauthorized drainage, wastewater, pollutants, or […]
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Training and certification is necessary to maintain qualified project personnel on each project. UDOT developed this training and certification program to assist both UDOT and consultants to prepare well trained staff to manage projects. The following training is required for CEMT certification: 1. Attend the biennial UDOT CEMT Workshop. The next workshop will be held […]