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Marshall is new deputy at UDOT

Published June 6, 2013 11:11 am

Director of Region 3 oversaw the rebuild of I-15 in Utah County.
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A Marshall is the new deputy at the Utah Department of Transportation.

Shane Marshall, who has been director of UDOT Region 3 in central Utah, was named Wednesday as the new deputy director of the overall agency by Carlos Braceras, the newly promoted acting UDOT executive director. Braceras had been the UDOT deputy director for 12 years.

"Shane started his career with UDOT right out of college and has worked in a wide variety of positions that helped hone his leadership skills. More importantly he has always been one of our most innovative thinkers with a knack for solving Utah's transportation problems," Braceras said.

Marshall has worked for UDOT for nearly two decades. As Region 3 director, Marshall helped oversee the recent reconstruction of Interstate 15 in Utah County.

He previously was the program manager for Region 3 and was the department's director of environmental services. In those roles, he oversaw the schedule, budget and administration of UDOT projects and worked to address environmental needs.

Marshall holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Brigham Young University and an associate degree in applied science from Utah Valley University.

He has served on a number of national committees, including the Transportation Research Board's Performance Measurement Committee and the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials' Standing Committee on the Environment.






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