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Middlesex County – Rutgers CAIT

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100 Brett Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854 United States

February 2023


NJLTAP - Grant Management for Federal-aid Projects (Middlesex)

  • February 9
  • 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Are you a recipient of a Federal Aid grant? Effective and efficient “management” of the funds received from such a grant is critical to insuring future eligibility and reimbursement. This course highlights key requirements and responsibilities that must be met as a condition to the grant.

March 2023

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NJLTAP - Pavement Management Systems (Middlesex)

  • March 14
  • 8:30 am–4:00 pm

Pavement Management Systems provides the basics for developing a pavement management system to help local governments manage their pavement network by providing an understanding of the concept and importance of road surface inventories and condition surveys.

Traffic Control Coordinator Program (Middlesex)

  • March 21March 23
  • 8:00 am–4:00 pm

This 3 day course is designed for experienced highway work zone personnel who seek training in work zone traffic control. NJDOT and other agencies require a contractor to assign a supervisory-level employee with requisite onsite experience to act as the Traffic Control Coordinator (TCC) on roadway construction projects.

NJDHTS - Data-Driven Countermeasures for Traffic Safety (Middlesex)

  • March 29March 30
  • 8:00 am–4:00 pm

This course will take you step-by-step on how to utilize the Crash Analysis Tool (CAT) in a computer lab or webinar by first developing queries for your specific town that identify crash prone locations.  Those queries will be saved and exported to form the justification for your DHTS grant proposal.

April 2023

NJLTAP - Roadway Safety Improvement Plans (Middlesex)

  • April 3
  • 8:30 am–12:30 pm

This webinar will introduce attendees to the Local Road Safety Plan initiative (LRSP), a process designed by FHWA to help local public agencies (LPAs) strategically plan for and deploy proven safety countermeasures on their local road systems. Register to learn more about how an having an LRSP can help you!

NJLTAP - Compliance to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in the Public Right-

  • April 4
  • 8:30 am–12:30 pm

This workshop is designed to assist local governments with an understanding of the basic minimum requirements for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act to ensure our roadways’ pedestrian network is accessible to all pedestrians.

NJLTAP - Design of ADA Curb Ramps and Pedestrian Access Routes (Middlesex)

  • April 20
  • 8:30 am–3:30 pm

This training is designed to ensure that pedestrian facilities and access routes, in particular curb ramps, along our roadways are properly design and constructed for all individuals, including those with disabilities.

May 2023

NJDHTS - NJTR-1 Crash Form Refresher (Middlesex)

  • May 9
  • 8:00 am–1:00 pm

This course covers common NJTR-1 errors for both passenger and commercial motor vehicle (CMV) crashes and offers methods to improve crash data quality. Crash analysis software functions and the role of data in crash analysis will be discussed.


NJLTAP - Traffic Incident Management Training for Emergency Responders (Webinar)

  • May 18
  • 8:00 am–1:00 pm

The training covers topics including TIM guidelines, fundamentals, and terminology; notifications and scene size up; scene safety and risk management; traffic management; special circumstances; clearance; and termination.

Roadway being paved with High Friction Surface Treatment

NJLTAP – Asphalt Roads: Common Maintenance Problems (Middlesex)

  • May 19
  • 8:30 am–12:30 pm

The course material reviews the importance of preventive maintenance to the life of an asphalt pavement. The material will help the student identify common asphalt distress, the cause of the distress, and the appropriate treat

June 2023

NJDHTS - Protecting the Pedestrian Officer (Middlesex)

  • June 23
  • 8:00 am–12:00 pm

This training will include a multi-pronged approach that addresses better awareness training, multi-disciplinary cooperation/communication, and the adoption of personal protective equipment that can greatly enhance a pedestrian officer’s chances of survival when working on the highways.