Adorable cat videos, your best friend’s vacation pics, or notice of an upcoming party may all be worthy of a “like” or even a “love” or “haha” emoticon on Facebook. The ability to connect with family and friends is a major benefit to using social media. But when social media use interferes with the more important task of driving, the results can be devastating, possibly severing that connection permanently.
Don’t spend more money than you bring in. That’s a mantra many of our parents and grandparents lived by and tried to pass down to generations to come. And that’s how the Iowa DOT operates. The Iowa DOT works on a “pay-as-you-go” basis, meaning we don’t borrow money for transportation projects. As part of our blog series on transportation asset management, we’re going to give you a brief glimpse into the complicated world of the Iowa DOT’s transportation funding.
Buzzed driving is defined as driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .01 to .07, and although you're technically under the legal limit, driving while buzzed is still dangerous.
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After years of operating out of five different buildings across two counties with as much as 40 miles in between, employees in Mason City from the Iowa Department of Transportation’s District 2 Office, annex, materials lab, garage, and employees in the Britt construction office are hitting their stride in one location, without a hiccup in service.