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Northwest Tribal Technical Assistance ProgramThe Northwest Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) is a program funded with Cooperative Agreements by the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) to assist tribes in developing transportation resources, infrastructure, and development opportunities for Northwest Tribes.
668 N. Riverpoint Blvd., Rm 384
Spokane, WA 99202-1660
Northwest TTAP Upcoming Training
This 6-hour course helps develop accident avoidance behavior and safe driving practices, which can significantly reduce the number of collisions and citations your drivers might experience.
- Road Life Cycle - June 13-17, 2016
- Tribal Planning - July 11-15, 2016
- GIS for Tribal Planning, Transportation and Traffic Safety - August 8-12, 2016
This class consists of eight workshops, for a total of 13 hours on census and related data bases, and how data can be downloaded and applied to tribal transportation planning. Each workshop is generally 1.5 hours presented in a lecture or video/webinar format. Webinars will be recorded and access will be provided to students for reference. The class material is presented so students can go to on-line data access sites on their own computers and learn how to find, download, and create reports to apply data to tribal transportation and planning issues. Students will complete a "report" on the data for a tribe they select that includes its meaning for transportation planning. At the end of each workshop there is an evaluation of the workshop, a short quiz, and a reflective essay on the value of this material to be completed by each participant.
This class consists of an introduction and four 1.5 hour webinars. These will focus on tribal sovereignty as the bases for tribal planning; tribal court cases as the basis for the practice of tribal planning; the tribal comprehensive plan as the central component of tribal planning; and finally, the current practice of tribal planning by tribal governments through recognition of best practices.
- The Nine Sources of Federal Indian Law and Policy
- Key Court Cases, Legal Issues, and Powers to Plan on Reservation Lands
- Why do Tribes need their own Comprehensive Plan
- Tribal Planning Implementation and Practices.
- Introduction to Planning
- Developing a Long-Range Transportation Plan
- Developing the Tribal Transportation Improvement Program
- Funding Resources
- Public Involvement
- Data Collection and Use
- Project Prioritization
The following is a list of courses/training that are currently available upon request.
- Creating a forum for Government to Government Relations
- Developing a community transit program
- Fundamentals of Highway Safety
- Grant Writing
- Performing Highway Safety Audits
- Road Inventory Field Data System
- Road/Pedestrian Safety Workshop
- Road Safety Audits
- Tribal Planning
- Tribal Transportation Planning
If you are interested in one of the above classes/training please contact Michele Siedenburg@ firstname.lastname@example.org.
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