August 2017
Registration is Now Open for ASAP Training
The Federal Highway Administration's Office of Safety reviewed and evaluated applications for the Accelerating Safety Activities Program (ASAP) and awarded funds for two Kentucky LTAP projects: Traffic and Safety Academy, and Horizontal Curve Alignment Training.  

Traffic and Safety Academy
The Traffic and Safety Academy is designed to offer local governments training to reduce roadway departure and pedestrian fatalities.  Specific topics include low-cost safety improvements, examining crash data, risk management, regulations and guidelines and roadway departures.  

October 31-November 1: Hilton Garden Inn, Georgetown
November 8-9: James E. Bruce Convention Center, Hopkinsville

To learn more about this training or to download a registration form, click here

To register over the phone, contact Becky Boston at 800-432-0719 or

Horizontal Curve Alignment Training
Horizontal Curve Alignment Training will train local transportation employees to understand the importance of proper horizontal alignment signing, utilize the current technology and record the data so that it is uniform across the state.  

September 21: Barren River Lake State Resort Park
October 3: Clarion South, Lexington

To learn more about this training or to download a registration form, click here.  

To register over the phone, contact Carla Crossfield at 800-432-0719 or  

Both training programs are only available to local government agencies.  

Thanks to the funds provided through the ASAP grant, local governments can attend either training at no cost.  
Upcoming Workshops
8 - Basic Plan Reading, Gilbertsville
10 - Risk Management/Tort Liability, Gilbertsville
24 - Developing Leadership Skills, Elizabethtown
29 - Communications I, Dawson Springs
30 - Asphalt Paving Best Practices, Dawson Springs

To register for any of our classes, visit the Event Calendar online.

*We continue to add new course dates to the calendar as the classes become full.  For a full list of classes, visit the Event Calendar or call us at 800-432-0719.
For a complete list of workshops, conferences and trainings, 
and  to check availability, click here .  
KY LTAP Takes Top Prize in National Poster Contest

A poster session is held each year at the National LTAP/TTAP Conference.  This year the conference was held in Portsmouth, Virginia, and the poster theme was Innovation.  

We, Kentucky LTAP,  designed a poster which highlighted our newly released flagger video:
Flaggers: Guardians of the Work Zone.  The video was a joint effort between Kentucky LTAP and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. We were honored when our poster won first place!  

This innovative flagger video has been mailed to every city and county in Kentucky, so please look for yours to arrive in the mail soon.

Additional copies of the video are available for $15.  Please contact the library at 800-432-0719 to order yours today.
Space Available in Chainsaw Safety Training
Ashton Shouse with the city of Shelbyville attempting the boring method.
The last Chainsaw Safety Training Clinic scheduled for 2017 still has space available!    

The clinic is a three-day event designed to help prepare participants for tree removal projects and safety conditions.  The sessions include: Demonstration Safety Training, Hands-On Safety Training, and Debris Removal.  

September 12-14: Lake Barkley State Resort Park, Cadiz

Local Government: $390
State, Industries, and National Parks: $460

Observation Only
There is a limited number of spaces available for observation on Day 1 only.
Local Government: $90
State, Industries, and National Parks: $100

To learn more or to register online, click here.  

Roads Scholar and Road Master Graduation Ceremonies are just around the corner.  We are currently in the process of reviewing transcripts to finalize our graduation list this year.  

If you have completed your classes or are on track to complete by the end of the training year, please contact Becky Boston at 800-432-0719 or and let her know.  
Long Time University of Kentucky Employee is Retiring
Sally Crouch recently announced her retirement from the University of Kentucky.  

Sally has been the "Road Warrior" for the Technology Transfer Program for the past 14 years.  She would often pull up to the T2 building on Monday where we would load her car up with workshop material.  She would spend the next few days traveling to workshops to coordinate on-site activities and return to the office on Friday to have her car unloaded.  

There is no doubt that T2 couldn't have offered the number of quality training classes that we did without her assistance.  

From everyone at the Technology Transfer Program, thank you Sally for your hard work and willingness to travel to all corners of the Commonwealth.  We wish you the best in your future endeavors.  
August 10
Safe Transportation for Every Pedestrian (STEP)
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Best Practices for High Friction Surfaces
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