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LTAP Newsletters

 

Autumn 2021

The Autumn edition of the Kansas LTAP Newsletter is now available and accessible from any device!  

In this issue:

  • Project Development for Off-System Bridge Program Projects
  • Entry-Level Driver Training Requirements are Gearing Up
  • Concrete Pavement and Flatwork Surface Textures
  • Kansas Build a Better Moustrap Winner 2021
  • Leading Pedestrian Interval (LPI) Effectively Enhances Pedestrian Safety
  • Kansas LTAP Training Update
  • KUTC Presents "Modern Midwest Mobility" Webinar Series
  • Traffic Data Collection in Rush County

Comments? Questions? We'd love your feedback! Email our Communications and Outreach Coordinator Kara Cox at kara.cox@ku.edu and let us know what you think.

 

SUMMER 2021

The Summer edition of the Kansas LTAP Newsletter is now available and accessible from any device! Click below to view this season's edition, or click here for a printable version

In this issue:

  • Smart Work in Summer Heat
  • Flaggers are Frontline Professionals
  • New Learning Management System Now Live
  • Asset Management and Condition Ratings
  • Don't Say Goodbye to Virtual Training
  • Kansas LTAP's Gravel Roads Maintenance Class
  • OSHA Requirements for Public Works Agencies in Kansas
  • Traffic Data Collection in Cherokee County

 

Spring 2021

Click below to view the spring edition, or click here for a printable version

In this issue:

  • Do Local Agencies Need Flagger Training Tailored to Their Needs?
  • Making Safer Roads:  Local Road Safety Plans (LRSPs)
  • Do Your Public Works Employees Need Training or Technical Assistance?
  • Road and Bridge / Public Works Officials See Big Benefits in Leadership Training
  • Field Guide for Rural Roads Update
  • Kansas LTAP Training Update
  • Traffic Data Collection in Ness County
  • The Red Clearance Extension System:  A New Innovation in Work Zone Safety


 

WINTER 2020

The Winter edition of the Kansas LTAP Newsletter is now available and accessible from any device! Click below to view this season's edition, or click here for a printable version

In this issue:

  • Best Practices for Scooters, Golf Carts, and Electric Bikes - Fact Sheet
  • Best Practices for Weed Control on Roadsides in Kansas - Fact Sheet
  • Getting Started with Fleet Management and Replacement - Fact Sheet
  • An Interview with Leon Hobson
  • Director's Update
  • Kansas LTAP Training Update: Beyond the Usual
  • New CDL Regulations and Training Related to Public Works Agencies in Kansas
  • Photos from the Road: Moscow's "Floating" Bridge in Zaryadye Park 

Comments? Questions? We'd love your feedback! Email our Communications and Outreach Coordinator Kara Cox at kara.cox@ku.edu and let us know what you think.


Autumn 2020

The Autumn edition of the Kansas LTAP Newsletter is now available and accessible from any device! Click below to view this season's edition.

In this issue:

  • Alley Maintenance Best Practices - Fact Sheet
  • Lyon County's New Format for Weekly Safety Meetings is Having Great Results - Fact Sheet
  • Managing Roadside Vegetation for Roadway Safety - Fact Sheet
  • How to Educate Elected Officials about Public Works 
  • Kansas LTAP Build a Better Mousetrap Competition
  • Kansas LTAP Training Update
  • Photos from the Road: Transnistrian Cable Ferry

Summer 2020

The Summer issue of the Kansas LTAP Newsletter is now available and accessible from any device! Click below on individual articles to learn more, or view all.

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Spring 2020

The Spring issue of the Kansas LTAP Newsletter is available and accessible from any device! Click below on individual articles to learn more.

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Wishing you a Happy 2020 from the staff of the University of Kansas Transportation Center (KUTC)

 


(Left to right)  Toni Dixon, communications coordinator; Steve Schrock, KUTC director; Alice Kuo, administrative assistant; the newest addition to our LTAP Equipment Loan Program – the Speed Trailer; Anne Lowder, Kansas RTAP outreach coordinator; Lisa Harris-Frydman, KUTC associate director; Hemin Mohammed, road safety resource coordinator; and Lisa Koch, research associate.
[Not pictured:  Emily Wilder, education program manager; Clark Rusco and Mike Perkins, local field liaisons, and our trainers, Roger Alexander, Norm Bowers, Dale, Dorsch, Justin Mader and Larry Wilson.]

 

 

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November - December 2019

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