October 27, 2020
  • 12:26 pm AASHTO to Examine Election Impact on Transportation at Annual Meeting
  • 12:25 pm CDC Says Public Transit Passengers, Operators Should Wear Masks
  • 12:17 pm FHWA Awards AID Funds to Seven State DOTs
  • 12:13 pm USDOT: Connected Vehicle Pilot More Complex Than Expected
  • 12:10 pm Expansion in the Works for Nevada Smart Roadway Project

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials is making two key 2020 management courses – one to be held in September and the other in October – virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The AASHTO National Transportation Management Conference – which focuses on helping state DOT managers develop supervisory skills and leadership abilities – will be conducted September 20-24. For more information on the virtual AASHTO NTMC meeting, please visit the website or contact Karen Crawford at kcrawford@cmc-associates.com

The AASHTO National Transportation Advanced Leadership Institute will be conducted October 26-29. Originally scheduled for April this year, the NITALI provides leadership training senior level transportation agency officials, such as deputy commissioners, assistant secretaries, chief operations officers, chief financial officers, chief information officers, human resources directors, environmental services directors, district engineers, and chief operations directors.

The application link for the NITALI virtual conference is here and questions can be directed to Barbara Fisher at bfisher@iupui.edu.


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