Alabama Transportation Assistance Program

Alabama Transportation Assistance Program
Safety Staff

About

The Alabama Transportation Assistance Program (ATAP) is Alabama’s LTAP Center. The Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) in each state is jointly funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and State Departments of Transportation. ATAP serves as a management resource for highways and streets maintained by local governments by providing cost-effective training and technical assistance to counties and cities in Alabama, the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) and consulting engineers who practice in Alabama. ATAP offers 40-50 workshops each year across a variety of transportation-related topics. The program also manages a safety technical assistance program (STACC), and coordinates several conferences, including the annual Alabama Transportation Conference. ATAP is located within the  Highway Research Center in the  Department of Civil Engineering  at Auburn University. Alabama’s LTAP Center has been at Auburn since its inception in 1983.

Alabama Transportation Conference

The 63 rd Annual Alabama Transportation Conference will be held on February 11-12, 2020, in Montgomery. The Alabama Transportation Conference is developed by the Department of Civil Engineering at Auburn University and the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT).  This event provides an opportunity to share innovative advances in transportation planning, design, construction, operations and maintenance.  Technical sessions, luncheons and breaks create a forum for the exchange of ideas among transportation professionals.  The conference also includes a trade exhibit to enhance learning and provide additional networking opportunities for all participants. 

Alabama Road Safety Conference

The 2020 Alabama Road Safety Conference will be held October 20-22 at the Marriott Shoals Hotel & Spa in Florence. The ARSC is designed to strengthen knowledge of available tools, countermeasures, and processes to improve safety on your roads. The ARSC will highlight methods to identify rural road safety issues and appropriate countermeasures by utilizing real world examples and activities, which will prepare participants to apply the concepts learned to roadway operations and maintenance. Participants will also learn how to identify safety issues as well as develop and apply low cost solutions using proven countermeasures. Peer networking during the Conference will provide opportunities for discussion of various safety challenges and potential solutions, as well as a Vendor Show that will run the entirety of the conference.

Safety Technical Assistance for Counties and Cities

The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) partners with the Alabama Transportation Assistance Program (ATAP) to administer STACC. This program provides technical support, training and other activities to Alabama counties and cities to support their efforts to reduce fatalities and injuries on city and county roads. The STACC program makes road safety technical assistance services available to cities and counties that otherwise may be difficult to obtain because of their limited resources. The program’s focus is primarily on counties with a population less than 50,000 and cities with less than 15,000 residents.

Contact Us

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If you have any questions about the ATAP program, including our conferences, seminars and events, you may reach our office at:

Phone: 1.800.446.0382
Fax: 334.844.5715
Address: 202 Ramsay Hall Auburn, AL 36849