The 2012-13 snow and ice season was a memorable one—particularly because of its stark contrast from the previous mild season.
“This winter started out quiet. Maintenance crews capitalized on their summer work late into the fall,” said Steve Lund, state maintenance engineer. “But winter weather during the spring months quickly made up for that.” Continued
The White House honored MnDOT’s Office of Traffic, Safety and Technology May 8 as a Champion of Change for its work to reduce fatal and life-changing crashes on Minnesota roadways, while enhancing mobility for all users. Deputy Commissioner Bernie Arseneau accepted the award in Washington, D.C. on behalf of OTST. Continued
As much as you would like your work day to be without discord, conflict, confusion, misunderstandings and other distractions, you know that’s not always the case. To help you maneuver through these types of concerns—and more—MnDOT today launches a new iHUB site – Someplace to Start, which provides listings of resources to help employees. Continued
History was made on May 2 when parts of District 6 saw more than 15 inches of snow. The snow fell fast and was very heavy. Our crews did their best to keep up, but the roads remained in difficult driving conditions for most of the morning. Continued