ABOUT THE NM-LTAP CENTER
During the Spring of 2017 the New Mexico Department of Transportation began a partnership with the University of New Mexico’s Civil Engineering Department to provide local governments and municipalities in New Mexico with technical assistance, trainings and information as part of the Federal Highway Administration’s Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP). Previously, LTAP services had been coordinated by NMDOT’s Planning Bureau.
We are continuing to develop a new, comprehensive New Mexico LTAP website with resources designed to help local governments and municipalities achieve their transportation planning, management and engineering needs. We will also be developing and coordinating new trainings. If you currently do not receive email communication from us, please sign up for our mailing list.
WHAT WE DO
The New Mexico LTAP center provides technical assistance and trainings to support workforce development with the aim of helping local governments and municipalities across New Mexico meet their transportation needs. Our mission is to provide technology transfer in the surface transportation arena, and to promote surface transportation and worker safety to all New Mexico public works and transportation agencies. While the LTAP center can provide information and guidance that may help local governments and municipalities address a wide range of transportation management, planning and engineering challenges, we are not an engineering service. We do not design transportation projects.
STAY IN TOUCH
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Phone: (505) 277-0767
Center Director Program Manager
Dr. Susan Bogus Halter Callie Thomason French, M.Eng
Geospatial Technologies Transit and Planning
Dr. Su Zhang Claude Morelli
Construction/ Transportation Program Coordinator
Ken Cooper Heather Stephens Jones
The New Mexico LTAP Center partners with the New Mexico Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, and the Associated Contractors of New Mexico to ensure quality, relevant trainings. NM-LTAP is also a member of the National Local Technical Assistance Center.