LTRC's Local Technical Assistance Program, one of 58 Centers networked throughout the United States, stimulates the progressive transfer of highway technology through training, work force development and technical assistance. A cooperative effort of DOTD, FHWA and LSU, LTAP leverages the expertise and resources of these organizations for the benefit of local transportation and public works agencies. A quarterly newsletter, Technology Exchange, describes current offerings and services. Visit the Contact page in the menu above to find out more or to request special training or assistance.
We invite you to browse through our website and discover the many cost effective (many are free) services we offer to enhance the performance of your organization.
2016 Hurricane Season is here! Are you ready?
We've added new Emergency Preparedness materials to our Resources page. Visit now to learn more!
Coming this Fall!
Stay tuned for more details. Road Safety 365, coming this fall!
Coming this Fall!
Stay tuned for more details on Heavy Equipment Preventative Maintenance, coming this Fall!
Road Safety 365
Heavy Equipment Class
RS#14: Bridge Repair and Maintenance
August 18, 2016 — Alexandria
Road Safety 365: A Safety Workshop for Local Governments
August 10, 2016 — Houma
August 16, 2016 — Lake Charles
August 17, 2016 — Alexandria
August 23, 2016 — Bossier City
August 24, 2016 — West Monroe
September 14, 2016 — New Orleans
September 20, 2016 — North Shore
September 21, 2016—Baton Rouge
September 22, 2016 — Lafayette
LPA Qualification Core Training
August 18, 2016 — Covington
August 24, 2016 — Lake Charles
Basics of Work Zone Safety/ Basic Flagger
August 25, 2016 — Ruston (choice of AM or PM session)
August 26, 2016 — Ruston (AM session)
LTAP Photo Gallery
REGISTER FOR UPCOMING EVENTS
Funding Opportunity to Improve Access to Federally Owned Lands
The Eastern Federal Lands Access Program Project application period is open now through October 14, 2016.
Agencies with qualifying projects are encouraged to submit applications for consideration. A total of $8 Million is available in Louisiana. Proposed projects or studies must be located on a public highway, road, bridge, trail or transit system that is located on, is adjacent to, or provides access to Federal lands which is owned and operated by state, parish, town, township, tribal, or a municipality. The Federal Lands Access Program supplements state and local resources for public roads, transit systems, and other transportation facilities, with an emphasis on the improvement of access to federally owned high-use recreation sites and Federal economic generators. A 20% cash match is required of successful applicants. A map identifying Federal Lands in Louisiana is found at https://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/united_states/fed_lands_2003/louisiana_2003.pdf.
The following links provide an overview of the application process and tips for a successful application:
Applications should be submitted via email to EFL.firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the day (11:59 PM) on October 14, 2016 to be considered. If required, applications via mail, Fedex, UPS etc. or fax will also be accepted.
Please contact Connie Porter at email@example.com with questions.
You can explore FLAPs website at http://flh.fhwa.dot.gov/programs/flap/.