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The Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) and Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) are composed of a network of centers – one in every state, Puerto Rico and regional centers serving tribal governments. The LTAP/TTAP centers enable local counties, parishes, townships, cities and towns to improve their roads and bridges by supplying them with a variety of training programs, an information clearinghouse, new and existing technology updates, personalized technical assistance and newsletters.

Through these core services, LTAP/TTAP centers provide access to training and information that may not have otherwise been accessible. Centers are able to provide local road departments with workforce development services; resources to enhance safety and security; solutions to environmental, congestion, capacity and other issues; technical publications; and training videos and materials.

The LTAP/TTAP operates under a strategic plan and publishes an annual overview of the programs. The annual overview, which includes program statistics, is collected by the Clearinghouse, which provides program support to the LTAP/TTAP.


"...The LTAP Training Center is one of the best investments we have made in employee development. The high caliber of instructors, the versatility of your organization and the basic scope of training that LTAP offers makes us proud to be one of your charter members." — City of Goodyear Public Works, Arizona
"Your LTAP programs have been very beneficial to our crew, enabling us to learn and keep up with technology...Your programs have offered us a chance to grow in our field by gaining knowledge...We have also enjoyed your informative newsletters, equipment certification programs and video catalogue support for our in-house training." — Road Division, Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado

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hosted by the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute – North Dakota State University.