Welcome to Michigan LTAP

Michigan's Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) serves state, county, and municipal transportation personnel. Its mission is to bridge the gap between research and practice by conducting training sessions, providing engineering technical assistance, and by serving as a clearinghouse for information related to state-of-the-art technology in the construction and maintenance of roads, bridges, and other transportation infrastructure.

The LTAP/TTAP network consists of 58 Centers (one Local Technical Assistance Program in each state as well as Puerto Rico, and seven Tribal Technical Assistance Programs (TTAP) that serve tribal governments). For more information about LTAP/TTAP or to find the LTAP or TTAP that serves your state, visit the National LTAP/TTAP website.

PE Continuing Education Requirements

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) added the requirement for continuing education for renewing Professional Engineer licenses.

Information on this requirement and CTT policies related to it can be found at ctt.mtu.edu/ContinuingEducation.

Asset Management for Elected Officials

Local elected/appointed officials play a key role in deciding what types of transportation projects are funded since they are the stewards of your agency’s funds. Educating officials about asset management shows them how it will benefit your agency, and is an essential step to implementation. Understanding asset management helps officials to make more educated and beneficial decisions.
By hosting an Introduction to Asset Management for Elected/Appointed Officials workshop, you can educate the officials in your area with no cost to your agency. The Transportation Asset Management Council (TAMC) and the Center for Technology & Training (CTT) will do all of the difficult work for you—including conducting the workshop at your facility!
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