Get Involved

If you are an LTAP or TTAP Center staff member interested in joining this work group, contact one of the following chairpersons for this workgroup.

Upcoming Meetings

There are currently no upcoming meetings for this group.

Group Members

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Janet Leli
New Jersey Local Technical Assistance Program
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Matthew Enders
Washington State LTAP Center
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Marie Walsh
Louisiana LTAP Technology Transfer Center
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Renée Railsback
Colorado LTAP
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Victoria Beale
Ohio Local Technical Assistance Program
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jeff Hackbart
Kentucky Transportation Center
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Ron Eck
West Virginia Local Technical Assistance Program
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Rosemarie Anderson
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Keith Knapp
Iowa LTAP
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Timothy Colling
Michigan Local Technical Assistace Program
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Kelly Hardy
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Laura Slusher
Indiana LTAP
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Hillary Isebrands
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Benjamin Colucci
Puerto Rico Transportation Technology Transfer Center
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Laila Kral
Idaho Technology Transfer Center
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Stephanie Malinoff
Minnesota LTAP
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Leo Marretta
Louisiana LTAP Technology Transfer Center
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Todd Eaton
Vermont Local Roads LTAP
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Omid Sarmad
New Jersey Local Technical Assistance Program
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Tony Lorenzetti
Connecticut Technology Transfer Center

News

This is a reminder and save the date notice for two upcoming webinars from the Safety Work Group. Each webinar includes 60 minutes to cover a specific safety topic, followed by 30 minutes for a work group meeting. Here is the connection information for these upcoming webinars: Colorado Innovations Conference Webinar Thursday, May 17, 1:00-2:30 PM (eastern)
Following the coalition meeting from 1 pm – 4 pm there will be a Road Safety Roundtable and Best Practices Discussion with the Insurance Industry presented by AON, Liberty Mutual, National Safety Council and Zurich and you can register via https://docs.google.com/forms/d/
ITE is offering a webinar next week titled “Vision Zero for All Users: Lessons Learned and New Strategies”.  The focus is on pedestrians and we have three great speakers lined up.  See this link for more info: https://www.pathlms.com/ite/courses/5257.  Thre is a fee involved with participating.  
If you were unable to participate in the November 9, 2015 webinar presented by the FHWA Office of Safety on behalf of the Joint Safety Program, the recorded webinar will be posted shortly.
From TRB: Safety Culture National Webinar from July 8, 2014

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