Unifying Alabama's Traffic Safety Efforts
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AU & AL T-2 (Auburn)

Alabama Technology Transfer (T2) Center

Located on the campus of Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, is an organization created to bring the newest developments in technology to state and local public works agencies in Alabama. The Center combines the resources of three organizations:
  • US Department of Transportation
  • Alabama Department of Transportation
  • Auburn University
Training Seminars are a part of the T2 Center using the expertise of professionals from throughout the region. Topics covered in the past by Alabama LTAP seminars have included value engineering, public works management, railroad highway grade crossing improvements, local road supervisor skills, standards for land surveyors, retaining wall design, slope maintenance, traffic control in construction, maintenance and utility operations, storm water control,and management techniques. Seminars are taught at locations throughout Alabama.

The Center publishes the Alabama Transportation Newsletter for Alabama LTAP with topics of interest in managing, performing and evaluating public works functions. The newsletter is distributed primarily to agencies and individuals in Alabama and to all other centers in the United States. Articles originate in Alabama or are compiled from other sources in engineering and public works periodicals. The newsletter also lists many of the materials available from the Center.

For more information, visit www.alabamat2.org.
60th Annual Transportation Conference

Group rate available!!! 
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Last day to book at this rate is January 13, 2017.

Analysis of Wrong-Way Driving Crashes on Alabama Interstates
Crash data on Alabama Interstates were collected across a five-year period from 2009 to 2013, and a true wrong-way driving (WWD) crashes were identified using the hardcopy of crash reports and existing maps. The crash data contained 18 explanatory variables representing the driver, temporal, vehicle, and environmental information.

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Temporary Traffic Control
A need exists for road building contractors to be properly trained in temporary traffic control setups and have the ability to assess conditions throughout the entire project duration that assists with evaluation, identification, and assessment of existing hazards while also providing guidance for corrective measures. To fulfill this need, this training course in Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) will aid safety professionals, project inspectors, maintenance personnel, contractors, and employees in the field in the proper application of TTC practices and procedures. READ MORE