The Federal Highway Administration established LTAP (Local Technical Assistance Program) in the 1980s to help local agencies increase the quality and safety of their surface transportation system. Technology transfer centers in the US, many housed at universities, develop their own procedures for transferring information to effectively address the needs of the localities they serve. Funding for each center is awarded through …continued
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