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Northwest Tribal Technical Assistance Program

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The Northwest Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) is a program funded with Cooperative Agreements by the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) to assist tribes in developing transportation resources, infrastructure, and development opportunities for Northwest Tribes.

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    *Attention: NW Tribes*

    FHWA will be hosting webinars to share information on potential changes in the structure and delivery of the TTAPs.  Starting this week, there will be five webinars in different time zones to comment on the changes. See below links for more information.   (Tune into one or all webinars.)

     

    Potential Changes to TTAP

    Webinars Schedule

    FHWA NTTAP Draft SOW

     

     (Click here to go to webinar sign-in page)

     

     

    Northwest TTAP Blog
    https://sites.ewu.edu/nwttap/



    National Tribal Transportation Conference
    September 25-29, 2017
    http://www.ttapnttc.com


    Creating a Culture of Traffic Safety on Reservation Roads: Tribal Law & Order Codes and Data-Driven Planning
    By Margo Hill & Christine Myers

     

     

     

    The Northwest Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) is a program funded with Cooperative Agreements by the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA) to assist tribes in developing transportation resources, infrastructure, and development opportunities for Northwest Tribes. Northwest Tribal Technical Assistance Program is administrated by the Urban Planning Program at Eastern Washington University. The TTAP is supported by the U.S. Department of Transportation through Federal Highway Administration under a five-year cooperative agreement.

     

     

    The TTAP provides technical assistance for tribes to implement good practices in all areas of community building such as transportation, traffic safety, economic development, and tourism.


    Mission Statement

    The mission of the NW TTAP is to work with tribal organizations and partners to enhance transportation safety, mobility and capacity of tribes in the region through education and training.

     

     

     

    The program is staffed by:

                                                                                   

    Rowena Yeahquo, Director
    Mia Al Shabaley, Secretary Senior
    Dr. Dick Winchell, Faculty Administrator

    Phone: 1-800-583-3187 or 509-828-1411

    nwttap@ewu.edu

     

     

    Contact Information

    Northwest TTAP
    668 N. Riverpoint Blvd., Rm 384
    Spokane, WA 99202-1660

    email: ryeahquo@ewu.edu
    phone: 509.828.1411

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