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For the first time, the Idaho Transportation Department added a “video component” to its annual report as a way to “visually illustrate” its accomplishments in 2018.

“Normally, we print the report on paper and also provide an electronic version on [our] website,” explained ITD Director Brian Ness in a statement. “This year, we wanted to bring our success story to life in a way we never have before.”

He added that the annual report video, seen below, summarizes ITD’s 2018 fiscal year in just under eight minutes.

 

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