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New Resources on the FHWA Work Zone Website wz/traffic_mgmt/wztmg.htm#tms

FHWA Work Zone website. They are also highlighting their new online training on developing effective transportation management plans (TMPs). The training is modular and contains voiceover narration and a workbook with exercises.

Other available resources by category:

Fall 2015

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Roads Scholar Classes:
Core Curriculum
Safety on the Job
Drainage, Drainage, Drainage
Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil Integrated Bridge System Showcase
2009 MUTCD
Plan Reading
Gravel Roads Academy
Roads Scholar II: Road Master:
Traffic Signal Management
Work Zone Safety Inspection
Permeable Pavements
Hazardous Materials
Supervisory Skills & Development:
So You Are a Supervisor Now
Successful Employees Make Successful Supervisors
A Whole New World: The Nuts and Bolts of Government
The Do's and Don'ts: Legal and Liability Issues

What is LTAP?
Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) was established in 1981 as the Rural Technical Assistance Program (RTAP). It is the primary way that the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) helps local transportation agencies learn about maintaining and improving their roads, innovative methods and materials and ways to work smarter.

LTAP strives to bridge the gap between research and practice by conducting training sessions and demonstrations and by serving as a clearinghouse for information related to state-of-the-art technology in the construction and maintenance of roads and bridges.

Colorado LTAP is sponsored by The Federal Highway Administration,
Colorado Department of Transportation and University of Colorado at Boulder

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