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Indiana Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP)

The Indiana Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) is part of a nationwide system of technology transfer centers, established by the Federal Highway Administration, designed to improve transportation department performance.

Indiana LTAP partners with Purdue University to offer technical assistance and training to all counties, cities, and towns within the state. Some of Indiana LTAP's avenues for outreach include workshops, programs, conferences, and resources. They also participate in road scholar, equipment loan, and hazard elimination programs.

Indiana LTAP also assists LPAs in the development of their Asset Management Plans (AMP) by providing technical assistance, reviewing the AMPs, checking for compliance with the INDOT-approved template, and offering advice where information may be missing or lacking. AMPs can be submitted to Indiana LTAP via their Data Management System at

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