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National Public Works Week "Ready and Resilient" 2022

National Public Works Week "Ready and Resilient" 2022

We return to in person classes this year

We return to in person classes this year

Short Duration/Mobile Work Zone

Short Duration/Mobile Work Zone

Register Today - Work Zone Traffic Control Qualification Training's

Register Today - Work Zone Traffic Control Qualification Training's

Highway Structural Inspection Level I

Highway Structural Inspection Level I

Highway Slope Maintenance and Repairs

Highway Slope Maintenance and Repairs

Grade & Drain - Self-Guided Online Training

Grade & Drain - Self-Guided Online Training

Online Training Courses Now Available!

Online Training Courses Now Available!

The Technology Transfer Program

Kentucky's Technology Transfer (T2) Program promotes efficiency in Kentucky's transportation system by providing workshops and training events, newsletters, how-to manuals, new and existing technology updates, legislative and regulatory news, and on-site technical assistance.

Kentucky's T2 Program is designated a Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Similar centers exist in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. These centers share a common mission to "foster a safe, efficient, and environmentally sound transportation system by improving skills and increasing knowledge of the transportation workforce and decision makers."

T2 continues to grow relationships and partnerships with state, national, and federal agencies. This network offers sharing of research and technology which minimizes redundancy and duplication and keeps costs low. We provide low-cost solutions for local governments to improve safety in the Commonwealth.

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We will be returning to in person classes this year. Due to the public health threat and growing concerns of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, masks will be required for in person classes.