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The Tribal Technical Assistance Program is part of a nationwide effort sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The intention of TTAP is to relate the latest technology and information on tribal roads and bridges, tourism and recreation, and related economic development to tribal transportation and planning personnel.
TTAP provides technology transfer through training workshops, a quarterly newsletter, and the operation of free publication and videotape training libraries.




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2014-04-29 to 2014-05-16

    (online)

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) invite you to participate in a National Online Dialogue on the use and scope of programmatic approaches to conduct environmental reviews for transportation projects.

FHWA and FTA will host a webinar for Tribal partners and stakeholders on Tuesday, April 29th from 3:30-4:30pm EDT for anyone interested in learning more about Section 1305 of MAP-21 and the National Online Dialogue.

    More Information.


2014-03-18 to 2014-03-21

    (Nespelem, Washington)

The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation in Nespelem, Washington are looking for a Forest Roads Manager. The Salary is $64,584 annually.


    More Information.


    2014 Wisconsin Tribal Transportation Conference
2014-10-20 to 2014-10-22

    (Radisson Hotel & Conference Center, Green Bay, WI)

New Horizons - Enhancing Partnerships & Creating new Opportunities
2014 Wisconsin Tribal Transportation Conference
Hosted by: Oneida Nation
October 20-22-2014
Radisson Hotel & Conference Center
Green Bay, WI

For more information see the Save the Date Card



2014-09-22 to 2014-09-25

    (Anchorage, AK)

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS

We invite you to join us at the 17th Annual National Tribal Transportation Conference to be held September 22-25, 2014 in Anchorage, Alaska. The Conference Planning Committee is now accepting applications for conference presentations. If you have a presentation you would like to share at this year’s conference, please complete the attached form by:

July 7, 2014 – Deadline for Submission

Presentation proposals must be submitted under one of the seven categories that characterize this year’s conference: Technology, Planning, Project Management, Safety, Technical, Leadership, or Transit. Each category explores a different aspect of the transportation profession. Presenters have the option to choose 60 or 90 minute time slots. We encourage a maximum of 3 presenters/panelists per presentation.

To help maximize the number and diversity of presenters and perspectives, each individual or group of individuals is limited to three proposal submissions. Reviewers will consider your first three completed proposals as determined by time of submission. In most cases, only the two highest-ranked proposals will be selected for the conference program.

Presentation proposals will be accepted until July 7, 2014.


Notification of Conference Planning Committee decisions will be made by July 18, 2014.

Submissions can be emailed to 17conf@ttapnttc.com , faxed to 907-474-5731 or online – visit www.ttapnttc.com for more information.

If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact:

Byron Bluehorse
Alaska Tribal Technical Assistance Program Center
17conf@ttapnttc.com , faxed to 907-474-5731 or online – visit www.ttapnttc.com or 1-888-846-2422

For more information: Call for Presentations


2014-09-14 to 2014-09-18

    (Marksville, LA)

Save the Date: 16th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference
September 14-18, 2014
Paragon Resort Casino, Marksville, LA

The American Indian Tourism Conference is designed to share knowledge, experience and best practices from tourism programs around the United States. The conference will feature mobile workshops, exhibits, networking events and informational sessions with national speakers.

http://www.aianta.org/aitc2014


2014-08-17 to 2014-08-20

    (Toronto, Ontario)

The Early Bird Registration Deadline for the 2014 APWA International Public Works Congress & Exposition is Monday, June 30. See the website for more details and to register.


    Eastern TTAP Technical Advisory Committee Meeting
2014-08-07 to 2014-08-07

    (Minneapolis, MN)

We will be holding our second Semi-Annual Technical Advisory Board Committee Meeting on Thursday, August 7th at the Mystic Lake Casino Resort in Shakopee, MN. This meeting will be held in conjunction with the Bureau of Indian Affairs Midwest Region Partners in Action Conference. For conference information, see this flyer.

More information about the meeting and the conference will be posted as it becomes available.


2014-08-05 to 2014-08-07

    (Prior Lake, MN)

The Midwest Region Bureau of Indian Affairs 3rd Annual Partners in Action Conference will be held August 5-7, 2014 at the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, MN.

For more information, see the conference flyer.



    Upcoming events with Wisconsin LTAP
2014-09-08 to 2014-11-18

    (various)

Upcoming courses include:
Introductory Principles of Engineering Project Management September 8-9, 2014
Advanced Principles of Engineering Project Management September 11-12, 2014
Lifecycle Optimization of Strategic Assets October 6-7, 2014
ISO 55000: The Future of Asset Management October 8-9, 2014
Mastering the Transition from Technical Expert to Manager October 13-15, 2014
Citywide Asset Management October 21-22, 2014
Effectively Managing Technical Teams November 5-7, 2014
Managing Upwards November 10-11, 2014
Coaching and Mentoring for Technical Leaders November 13-14, 2014
Engineering Economic Analysis and Management
November 17-18, 2014

For more information, visit this website.


2014-08-05 to 2014-09-23

    (Louisiana)

THE LOUISIANA LOCAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Presents

TRACTOR MOWER SAFETY TRAINING COURSE
For Operators/Foremen of Industrial & Agricultural Tractors & Mowers to Maintain Roadway Medians and Right of Way
(3 Professional Development Hours)

Registration Fee
$20.00 Public Agencies
$40.00 Private Agencies

Download Registration PDF


Register Online

Special Note: After you submit your registration information on-line, you will receive an email stating your information has been received. That email is NOT a confirmation of course attendance. You will receive a SECOND EMAIL soon after with a confirmation of your course attendance status. Please send payment AFTER you receive confirmation.


    More Information.


2014-06-17 to 2014-09-18

    (online)

An ARTBA-developed website and social media campaign unveiled today provides members of Congress with plenty of sound bites to support their vote later this year to provide a sustainable, long-term revenue stream for future highway and transit investments through the Highway Trust Fund (HTF).

TMAW.ORG, the website for ARTBA’s “Transportation Makes America Work!” (TMAW) advocacy communications program, features shareable infographics that show the value of transportation infrastructure investment and its impacts on health and safety, children, family budgets, and the U.S. economy and quality of life.

“People’s eyes glaze over when you talk about trillion dollar capital needs, ‘X percent’ of roads, bridges and transit systems that need repair, and multi-billion dollar government programs,” ARTBA President Pete Ruane said. “What we are doing is taking that data, disaggregating it, and creating mind images that people can relate to. We’re presenting facts in ways that families can talk about transportation issues around the dinner table—so they can understand where their gas tax dollars are going and why.”

More Information


2014-07-08 to 2014-08-11

    (DC)

The House Ways and Means Committee is proposing a $10.5 billion, eight-month transportation funding bill to push the debate over road and transit spending into the next Congress.

The proposal, which was released Tuesday afternoon, calls for a temporary extension of current transportation funding levels until May 31, 2015.

See the full story here.