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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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2014-10-15 to 2014-10-16

    (Battle Creek, MI)

Please plan to attend the biennial Michigan Intergovernmental Transportation Meeting, which will be held October 15th and 16th, 2014 at the FireKeepers Casino Hotel, 11177 East Michigan Avenue, Battle Creek, Michigan.

This biennial meeting of Tribal, Federal, State, Regional and Local Governments is designed as a discussion forum on government-to-government transportation policy, planning and project development. All interested persons are welcome to attend.

There is no conference registration fee for this event, sponsored through a State Planning and Research Grant from the Federal Highway Administration.

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2014-04-29 to 2014-05-16


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.

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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.

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