The New Jersey Local Technical Assistance Program (NJLTAP) continues to produce remote training opportunities for you as New Jersey remains under COVID-19 restrictions.

As we transition additional workshops into online learning, we ask that you keep watching for our email announcements and the website. While we remain uncertain about when in-person training will resume, we are finding that many of our audience are successfully adapting to the online training. We are still able to provide you with Professional Development Hours and Certified Public Works Managers credit when appropriate.

Even though we are anxious to be reunited with you all in person, we are exploring the possibility that events will not be able to resume in the fall. In that instance, we will continue offering training online.

Please remember that we are also here, via email, to help you with your technical assistance requests. Our retroreflectometer loan program is still accessible as well. If you have any questions, please email newjerseyltap@gmail.com. Our entire team wishes you good health and well-being this summer.

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FHWA offers traffic incident management (TIM) training for responders and municipal and State stakeholders, with cooperation from partners in all States, Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico. TIM training is available and recommended for the first-responder community to improve safe, efficient, and quick clearance of incidents

NJLTAP has recently published a technical brief on best practices for you and your organization to keep safe during the COVID-19 Pandemic, as well as the results of a recent survey on strategies Public Works Agencies are utilizing to keep workers safe. Check it out here!