Agency Check the Business Opportunities section
to learn more about grants available through the EPA. Also learn about
laws, regulations, and programs.
Accounting Standards Board Provides information
on GASB Statement 34.
National Local Technical
Assistance Program (LTAP) Works to assist local
transportation agencies throughout the U.S. by providing training,
technical assistance, and technology transfer.
Links to other
LTAP centers A state
by state list of LTAP centers.
Center Based out of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
the center conducts research and educational activities aimed at imrpoving
the design and operation of transportation facilities.
Transportation Center Provides Research materials
covering dozens of topics at no charge. The center also provides training
through classes and videos.
Universities Transportation Center Part of the
University Transportation Centers Program. This site provides a searchable
index of research projects and publications.
Centers (UTC) Program The Transportation Equity
Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21), enacted on June 9, 1998, authorized
up to $194.8 million for grants to establish and operate up to 33
University Transportation Centers (UTC) throughout the U.S. in FY
1998 - 2003. Ten of these centers, which are designated as Regional
Centers, were selected by competition in 1999. The other 23 UTCs are
located at universities named in TEA-21.
Inspection Training Provides information on courses
givenby the National Highway Institute that can be taken to update
or improve bridge inspection skills.
Deicing for Safety and Mobility Provides information
on the benefits of using salt for deicing.
Provides information on various aspects of tranportation
including planning, statistics, and techinical information.
Research & Services Center A report on GASB
34: "GASB 34--What Is It and Why Should I Care?"
Roads Magazine This link connects to an article
regarding the reliability of visual bridge inspection.
Information Clearinghouse Provides information
on workzone related laws. products, public education, regulations,
specifications, statistics, and training courses.
Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials AASHTO
is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association representing highway and transportation
departments in the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto
Rico. It represents all five transportation modes: air, highways,
public transportation, rail and water.
Pavement Association Site provides technical information,
current research, and the ability to order products.
American Public Works
Association Contains background information on
America's public works (transportation, public utilities, sewage,
water treatment and other fun areas).
American Road &
Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) The
U.S. transportation construction industry's representative in Washington,
D.C. ARTBA advocates strgon federal investment in the nation's transportation
American Society of
Civil Engineers Represents civil engineers and
provides information on civil engineering projects.
Institute A U.S. based association of international
petroleum asphalt producers, manufacturers, and affiliated businesses.
and Reclaiming Association Provides a listing of
asphalt companies, recycling information, and association details.
County Highway Association The site for news, updates
and communication with county engineers and highway administrators
Institute of Transportation
Engineers (ITE) Provides technical information
on automobile use, current transportation news, and a member directory.
Federation Works to encourage better road and transportation
systems and to apply technology and management practices which will
give maximum economic and social returns from national road investments.