Northern Tribal Technical Assistance Program


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  • Posted: Jul 18
    Fuchs brings more than 25 years of transportation engineering experience to NDLTAP. He worked as a consulting engineer and with the North Dakota Department of Transportation, most recently as the assistant local government engineer for NDDOT, overseeing the rural and special program areas and serving NDDOT's Tribal Liaison.
  • Posted: Jul 13
    The funding $675 million for the Rural Surface Transportation Grant Program designed to improve and expand surface transportation infrastructure in rural areas in order to increase connectivity, improve the safety and reliability of the movement of people and freight, and generate regional economic growth and improve quality of life.
  • Posted: Jul 3
    The event will be in Anchorage, Alaska, September 24-28. The NTICC offers access to key training and an opportunity for Tribal transportation professionals to engage with federal officials and their Tribal transportation peers regarding Tribal transportation issues and challenges.
  • Posted: Jun 26
    The Notice of Funding Opportunity for a new pilot program for the Rural and Tribal Assistance Pilot Program recently opened. The Program offers technical assistance grants to rural and tribal communities and combines two years of funding (FY 2022 & 2023), $3.4 million in total, to eligible applicants on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Posted: May 19
    The Federal Highway Administration's Local Aid Support (LAS) is calling the Tribal community to develop the next innovative logo design of the Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP). TTAP is looking for a new and engaging logo that aligns with its mission and goals of assisting local transportation agencies with implementing safety and mobility programs through technical assistance, training, and program evaluation.
  • Posted: May 18
    Build a Better Mousetrap celebrates innovative solutions for challenges that local and tribal transportation workers encounter. These innovations can range from the development of tools and equipment modifications to the implementation of new processes that increase safety, reduce cost, and improve efficiency of our transportation system.
  • Posted: May 5
    This grassroots, collaborative effort that recognizes selected roads throughout the United States of America for their unique historic, cultural, natural, archaeological, recreational, and scenic intrinsic qualities. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023, appropriated $20 million in Highway Infrastructure Program funds for the NSBP. Program grants and technical assistance are to be made available to States or Indian Tribes to (a) implement eligible projects; and (b) plan, design, and develop a State or Indian Tribe scenic byway program. FHWA is currently developing a Notice of Funding Opportunity for the 2023 NSBP Grants & Technical Assistance.
  • Posted: Mar 16
    The latest issue provides information on funding opportunities, including Tribal Transportation Program Safety Funds, and training, including a webinar on peer exchange for highway safety specialists, training on capital project development, and updates on the National Transportation in Indian Country Conference.
  • Posted: Mar 7
    This workshop, hosted by the Wyoming T2 Center on March 9, 2023 in Riverton, WY, will discuss the fundamentals of aggregate and asphalt plant mix production, including operations and processing equipment, with a focus on quality management and sources of variability. The discussion will begin with influences of mining, processing, and stockpiling on aggregate quality and consistency and how to assess with sampling and testing, and then explore plant mix production facility types and components, basic calibration and operation, sources of variability, and sampling and testing recommendations.
  • Posted: Jan 23
    This webinar, held January 17, focused on evaluating, planning and preparing anti-icing operations and cover material preparation and storage and application rates and techniques. The recording is available.
  • Posted: Oct 26, 2022
    North Dakota State University will head a consortium that includes South Dakota State University, Montana State University, and the University of Wyoming in providing transportation outreach and technical assistance to tribes across the Upper Great Plains and Intermountain West.
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