EPA Pollution from mine spill much worse than feared

Onlookers view the Animas River from a bridge as orange sludge from a mine spill upstream flows past Berg Park in Farmington, N.M., Aug. 8, 2015. About 1 million gallons of wastewater from Colorado's ...

Notice of Funding Availability for the Tribal Transportation Program Safety Funding (NOFA)

WEBINAR: Wednesday, July 15 at 2:00 PM EST DUE DATE: Applications must be submittedno later than 5:00 PM EST on August 25, 2015

19th Annual National Tribal Transportation Conference

Save the Date - 18th Annual National Tribal Transportation Conference September 21-24, 2015

DOT Announces Final Rule to Strengthen Safe Transportation of Flammable Liquids by Rail

Rule Will Make Significant and Extensive Changes to Improve Accident Prevention, Mitigation, and Emergency Response
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The Tribal Technical Assistance Program began in 1992 with the introduction of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991.The goals of the Mountain West Region TTAP program are to assist American Indian Tribal governments by increasing their technical capabilities in transportation and to expand their workforces to effectively address their current and future transportation needs. These goals are accomplished through training, technical assistance and information access, by providing a platform and communication network on technical transportation issues.



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Expect The Unexpected: National Work Zone Awareness

The Federal Highway Administration says on average 85% of the deaths in highway work zones crashes are drivers and passengers in cars. The National Work Zone Awareness Week campaign ---which begins at the start of the highway construction season--aims to prevent work zone fatalities by encouraging safe driving through highway work zones and construction sites. 576 people died in work zone crashes in 2010, which equates to one work zone fatality every 15 hours. This Public Service Announcement video created by AASHTO for the National Work Zone Awareness Campaign, March 23-27, highlights this year’s theme: Expect the Unexpected.
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