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FHWA MN Advisory Board Meeting Deck 29OCT14

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FHWA MN Advisory Board Meeting Deck 29OCT14

  1. 1. LTAP/TTAP Update Technology Partnership Programs MN LTAP Center Advisory Board Meeting: November 3, 2014
  2. 2. Presentation Overview • LTAP/TTAP National Priorities • Program Performance Highlights • 2014 Strategic Planning Committee
  3. 3. New LTAP/TTAP Program Logo
  4. 4. National Program Priorities • Professional Development and Change Management • Service to Centers via Robust Use of Program Performance Data • Collaborative Relationships to Support LTAP/TTAP Focus Areas • Advancing Innovation
  5. 5. National Program Efforts • Strengthen relationships with FHWA Offices of Infrastructure and Operations • Maintain and sustain relationship with FHWA Office of Safety • Support opportunities for Centers to strategically expand their technology deployment role in support of agency goals
  6. 6. National Program Efforts • FHWA-NLTAPA Joint Programs • Joint Professional Development Program – LTAP/TTAP Academy redesign • Joint Safety Program – connect to 2011-13 Local Safety Peer Exchange data, action plans • Higher visibility for Program “dashboard” data • Convene / facilitate information and knowledge exchange in a variety of ways
  7. 7. Assess needed efforts for maximum benefit to LTAP/TTAP Centers Prioritize the highest- value efforts into specific, definable tasks Assign tasks to FHWA, NLTAPA or both Oversee all tasks to completion Deliver tools, resources and materials to LTAP/TTAP Centers Joint Program Processes Review and assess efforts to determine success and address existing and new challenges
  8. 8. Program Performance Highlights
  9. 9. National Program Performance Data 2010 2011 2012 2013 2012- 2013 % Change Participants 148,760 151,075 159,355 174,765 9.7% Participant Hours 911,630 889,756 950,528 1,047,96 3 10.3% Sessions 5,238 5,355 5,543 6,177 11.4% Total Hours of Training 37,008 37,935 37,740 40,897 8.4% Average Technical Assistance Time 28.1% 30.8% 34.3% 32.4% -5.4% Total FTEs 194.6 187.1 187.8 185.5 -1.2% Average FTEs 3.37 3.24 3.24 3.2 -1.2%
  10. 10. National Program Performance Data
  11. 11. National Program Performance Data
  12. 12. Great Lakes Region Performance Data 2010 2011 2012 2013 2012- 2013 % Change Participants 27,666 29,764 30,319 36,577 20.6% Participant Hours 129,818 123,483 152,854 185,824 21.6% Sessions 660 784 822 1,195 45.4% Total Hours of Training 4,021 3,780 4,326 6,197 43.3% Average Technical Assistance Time 29.7% 30.3% 34% 33.7% -1.0% Total FTEs 24.4 27.4 26.6 25.7 -3.4% Average FTEs 4.06 4.57 4.43 4.28 -3.4%
  13. 13. What’s Happening in the Great Lakes Region – Minnesota LTAP: Held the annual Minnesota Roadway Maintenance Training and Demo Day; actively using the newsletter to highlight important projects – Ohio LTAP: Hosted a peer exchange through ASAP funding on Systemic Safety Improvements for Ohio’s Local Roads; implementing a Technology Transfer plan; 2013 was the lowest number of roadway fatalities since 1936 in Ohio – Wisconsin LTAP: Helping local governments gain access to and learn to use the Wisconsin local road crash database; active with APWA, WCHA (NACE affiliate), Towns Association, and the League of Wisconsin Municipalities
  14. 14. What’s Happening in the Great Lakes Region – Illinois LTAP: Partnering with the Illinois chapters of IACE and APWA, and Municipal League and Township Officials to get safety information to locals; developing on-line training – Indiana LTAP: Helped a county develop two systemic HSIP applications to improve six to eight roads; successful equipment loan program including four iPads – Michigan LTAP: Offering highly-demanded Traffic Safety Training sessions for Elected Officials; member of the Michigan STIC
  15. 15. 2014 Strategic Planning Committee
  16. 16. FHWA Strategic Planning Committee • John Velat – Michigan TTAP through 2014 • Dave Waldo – Alaska LTAP through 2014 • Victoria Beale – Ohio LTAP through 2015 • Janet Leli – New Jersey LTAP through 2015 • Kim Carr – West Virginia LTAP through 2016 • Jim Grothaus – Minnesota LTAP through 2016 • Valerie Pitts – Kentucky LTAP, NLTAPA President- Elect • Jeff Zaharewicz – FHWA LTAP/TTAP Program Manager • Cameron Ishaq – FHWA Strategy & Mgmt
  17. 17. FHWA Strategic Planning Committee • Meeting held March 19-20 in Atlanta • Four “modules” across two days – Year-in-review/”hot topic” and program performance data discussions on day one – Strategic and operational discussions on day two • Information used to define strategic, management and operational direction of the program • Latest version of LTAP/TTAP Strategic Plan available at www.ltap.org
  18. 18. LTAP/TTAP Contact Information • FHWA LTAP/TTAP Program Manager: Jeff Zaharewicz 703 235 0991 jeffrey.zaharewicz@dot.gov • Strategy & Management Consultant: Cameron Ishaq 703 235 0525 cameron.ishaq.ctr@dot.gov
  19. 19. Ski-U-Mah!

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