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The link below will provide you with an event calendar directing you to FREE Webinars from all 52 LTAP and TTAP Member-Centers in the United States and Puerto Rico. To view the calendar, please click here.


Build a Better Mousetrap

Thurs, Jan 20, 2022 (2:0-3:30pm Eastern)

In transportation, Build a Better Mousetrap means going outside the box to solve problems. These solutions are homegrown at the local level and they improve safety and save money. This month, the Federal Highway Administration recognizes Saline County Road and Bridge for developing a safer and more cost-effective solution for reinforcing their bridges. This innovation has saved them time and money.

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The Safe System Approach in Action

Jan 28, 200 (12:00pm Eastern)

The Safe System Approach is more than just a pillar of the Road to Zero strategy. It is a way to save lives of all community members on our streets. This webinar will explore how to turn this strategy into action with examples from leaders in the field.

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Prairie Strips: A New Conservation Practice for Farmers and Crop Consultants

Siting Prairie Strips to Improve Water Quality & Farm Profitability (Part 1)

Feb 8, 2022 (9:00-10:00am Eastern)

Prairie strips are taking root as a new agricultural conservation practice across the Midwest. These strips of native perennial vegetation, generally 30 feet or more in width, are placed along the contour within a farm field or at the field edge to retain rainfall and capture soil and nutrient runoff. For farmers and crop advisors reviewing yield data this winter, a seeding of native perennial grasses and forbs can provide stable cover for underperforming crop acres along field borders or trouble spots. Portions of fields can now be enrolled in the new Prairie Strips CP-43 practice under the Conservation Reserve Program. During this three-part webinar series, experienced advisors will discuss strategies for layout, site preparation, seeding, and management of prairie strips to maintain efficient field operations and maximize farm profitability.

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Prairie Strips: A New Conservation Practice for Farmers and Crop Consultants

Establishing and Managing Prairie Strips (Part 2)

Feb 15, 2022 (9:00-10:00am Eastern)

Prairie strips are taking root as a new agricultural conservation practice across the Midwest. These strips of native perennial vegetation, generally 30 feet or more in width, are placed along the contour within a farm field or at the field edge to retain rainfall and capture soil and nutrient runoff. For farmers and crop advisors reviewing yield data this winter, a seeding of native perennial grasses and forbs can provide stable cover for underperforming crop acres along field borders or trouble spots. Portions of fields can now be enrolled in the new Prairie Strips CP-43 practice under the Conservation Reserve Program. During this three-part webinar series, experienced advisors will discuss strategies for layout, site preparation, seeding, and management of prairie strips to maintain efficient field operations and maximize farm profitability.

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Prairie Strips: A New Conservation Practice for Farmers and Crop Consultants

Benefits of Prairie Strips for Beneficial Insects - Pollinators, Honeybees, and Natural Predators (Part 3)

Feb 22, 2022 (9:00-10:00am Eastern)

Prairie strips are taking root as a new agricultural conservation practice across the Midwest. These strips of native perennial vegetation, generally 30 feet or more in width, are placed along the contour within a farm field or at the field edge to retain rainfall and capture soil and nutrient runoff. For farmers and crop advisors reviewing yield data this winter, a seeding of native perennial grasses and forbs can provide stable cover for underperforming crop acres along field borders or trouble spots. Portions of fields can now be enrolled in the new Prairie Strips CP-43 practice under the Conservation Reserve Program. During this three-part webinar series, experienced advisors will discuss strategies for layout, site preparation, seeding, and management of prairie strips to maintain efficient field operations and maximize farm profitability.

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Tips for Giving a Deposition in a Roadway Lawsuit

Feb 23, 2022 (1:00-1:30pm Eastern)

Depositions are a question-and-answersession in which a witness gives testimonyunder oath in response to questions from anattorney. They are a key part of the informationgathering phase in any lawsuit. It is notuncommon for roadway personnel at all levelsof state and local roadway agencies to becalled to give a deposition in a roadwaylawsuit.This flash webinar will explain what adeposition is, discuss how to prepare,and offer tips for giving a deposition.

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Project Bundling: Local Agency Partnering

March 15, 2022 (2:00-3:00pm Eastern)

Project bundling can happen across agencies. States may create bundled projects with local agencies and local agencies may bundle projects with other local agencies. For example, the San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission is encouraging member agencies to bundle paving projects to expand treatment options not feasible in small quantities. This webinar will focus on case studies and model agreement templates for strategic partnerships. ​

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Project Bundling: Construction and Contract Considerations

May 17, 2022 (2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern)

Project bundling can create some unique contract-related issues. In this webinar, we will demonstrate how you can address construction contract issues such as common specifications, common design standards, payment provisions, responsible parties, and demonstrate model contracts. We will present case studies demonstrating how all project delivery methods have been strategically used for successful bundled projects to reduce cost and save time.​

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