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Welcome to Rhode Island's Local Technical Assistance Program (RI LTAP), focused on preserving and enhancing the local road system by supporting quality training and providing technical assistance to local city, county, and municipal road agencies throughout the state.
RI LTAP's mission is to foster a safe, efficient, and environmentally sound surface transportation system in the State of Rhode Island by improving the skills and increasing the knowledge of the transportation workforce and decision makers through quality training, technical assistance and information sharing (technology transfer). We provide relevant and impactful information focused on road and bridge/culvert maintenance, the use of traffic control devices and other techniques to promote traffic safety.
Our goals for RI LTAP are be recognized as a premier resource in developing and transferring innovative technologies, proven solutions and reliable services to successfully meet the evolving educational and training needs of the transportation community in Rhode Island.
|Online and in-person training for Rhode Island’s municipal transportation workforce available in the Rhode Island Learning Center: Learn More »
Contact the RI LTAP at firstname.lastname@example.org for details of how to setup an account in the Rhode Island Learning Center.
|Free online training courses are available through the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO): Learn More »|
|Free online training is offered through the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA): Learn More »|
|Certification courses are available through the New England Transportation Technician Certification Program (NETTCP): Learn More »|
|RILTAP works to coordinate training events and workshops through local vendors, and subject matter experts, as well as the National Highway Institute (NHI): Learn More »|
|RILTAP’s partnership with the Rhode Island Public Works Association (RIPWA) is progressing, and future combined training events are tentative: Learn More »|
The RIDOT teams up with the Rhode Island Public Works Association, Federal Highway Administration, and trade industry professionals to present a hands-on experience for Rhode Island high school students. Up to 600 students spend the day learning and safely experiencing different trades.
Provided with personal protection equipment upon arrival, students learn more about the important trades and the many career opportunities available to them through interactions with industry leading professionals and hands-on activities in each trade.
RI LTAP will focus on making innovation mainstream by encouraging and promoting innovative efforts, new technologies and innovation champions. New technologies will be showcased at all RI LTAP activities to mainstream new methods and practices.
The Federal Highway Administration plays a major role in deployment of innovative technologies. It works with state departments of transportation, local governments and others through its Every Day Counts (EDC) program.