Loan Programs

Michigan's LTAP offers several loan programs to assist transportation agencies. Contact the Center for Technology & Training (CTT) at or (906) 487-2102 to request materials or to learn more about the loan programs below.


Michigan's LTAP is providing local agencies with the option to borrow its Delta®RetroSign GR3 retroreflectometer. This retroreflectometer can be used as part of a program for maintaining sign retroreflectivity levels as required by the Federal Highway Administration. Local agencies can borrow the equipment for a period of up to two weeks. There is no rental fee, but borrowing agencies are responsible for shipping and insurance costs.

Borrowing and Training Requirements 
Anyone using the retroreflectometer must sign and adhere to a loan agreement, and view a training video prior to using the equipment.

Loan agreement

Training video

Video Library

The LTAP Video Lending Library includes carefully selected titles that cover a wide range of transportation related topics. Videos are available for loan to Michigan's public agencies at no cost, and to other agencies on a cost recovery basis.

Video ID Video Titlesort ascending Video Author Video Year Video Subject(s)
103 Shake Hands With Danger Caterpillar 1984 Safety
179 Sealcoating: A Matter of Science and Skill MN Local Road Research Board, MN-DOT 1993 Road Maintenance
302 Sealcoat - PASER TIC U Wisc 2001 Asphalt, Road Maintenance
70 Sampling Aggregates from Stockpiles MI-DOT 1989 Aggregates, Inspection
94 Safety Restoration During Snow Removal Guidelines FHWA, US-DOT 1990 Safety, Snow & Ice Control
7 Safety Features for Local Roads & Streets FHWA 1986 Bridges, Drainage, Road Construction, Safety, Signs, Traffic Control
306 Safely Regulating Traffic in Michigan MI-DOT 2002 Road Maintenance, Safety
311 Road Repair: Do the Right thing at the Right Time Braun Intertec, MN Local Road Research Board 1991 Road Maintenance


Print Publications

Michigan's LTAP has a variety of resources available for loan, for sale, and for free. Quantities are limited and are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Publications on loan can be borrowed for a period of up to three weeks. The borrowing agency is responsible for paying return shipping only.