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  • Posted: Aug 2
    Ron Hall, president of the Colorado-based Bubar & Hall Consulting, LLC, has an extensive background and expertise in tribal relations related to transportation infrastructure, cultural resource management, and workforce development and is recognized as a national expert in Native American transportation law and policy.
  • Posted: Jun 10
    This conference is a valuable investment for your entity. It is the most affordable local road conference in the nation providing an opportunity to learn and share ideas about building and maintaining safe, local roadways.
  • Posted: May 3
    The public of all ages is invited to the Mandan Public Works to learn more about the important work of the public works department, explore heavy equipment up-close, and see the tools used to maintain and repair streets. Attendees will be able to visit with Mandan Public Works employees, City Commissioners, and tour several informational booths. Cloverdale hot dogs will be served. This is a fun event for the entire family!
  • Posted: Apr 26
    This comprehensive workshop begins with an introduction to the Federal-aid right-of-way process of complying with the Uniform Act, Federal Highway regulations and any State laws, regulations or requirements. This workshop will go in-depth into negotiations and acquisitions. Then, participants will test what they have learned with hands-on activities to reinforce key course concepts.
  • Posted: Apr 19
    Over 50 ND local highway department employees across the state achieved Road Scholar Level 1, 2, or 3 requirements in 2021! These employees, from across the state have been attending classes and workshops offered by NDLTAP and TLN (Transportation Learning Network) to increase their knowledge and enhance their job skills that are essential to efficient and effective local road maintenance and management.
  • Posted: Apr 14
    Once the initial orientation to the work unit is over and the basic requirements of the job and the safety program have been covered, it's time to move the new employee into the work force and introduce the people he or she will be working with. Co-workers play an important role in getting the new person off to a good start
  • Posted: Feb 10
    With North Dakota's winter weather comes an increased risk of slips and falls due to icy or snow-covered sidewalks, parking lots and work areas. According to the National Safety Council, these injuries account for about 15% to 20% of all workers' compensation costs.
  • Posted: Jan 21
    As fall turns to winter and temperatures drop below the freezing mark, frost begins damaging our roads — and the problem continues right through winter into spring.
  • Posted: Jan 20
    After just over a year with the Western Liaison Program, Matt Johnson and Ed Ryen are familiar faces in county and tribal road departments and county and city meeting rooms across western North Dakota. In August of 2020, the UGPTI in conjunction with the NDDOT implemented the Western North Dakota Transportation Liaison program.
  • Posted: Dec 15, 2021
    NDLTAP, a program that provides expertise and training to counties, townships, municipalities and other road agencies, has expanded its advisory board to include representation from tribal government. Scott Satermo, chief executive for the Three Affiliated Tribes was named to the advisory board.
  • Posted: Dec 13, 2021
    The ND Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, is pleased to announce the 2022 ND Transportation Conference. The conference will be held at the Bismarck Event Center March 1-2, 2022. The 2022 Concrete Conference and the ND Asphalt Conference will both be held in Bismarck immediately following the Transportation Conference.
608 E Boulevard AveBismarck, ND 58505