Chattanooga 2018 – Transforming Transportation Training

October 7-11 NTTD’s Annual Conference and Professional

                                                Development Opportunity

Each year NTTD highlights innovative training policies, programs and technologies that serve the unique needs of the transportation community, bringing together DOT staff and trainers, LTAP personnel, and national training resource experts from federal, university and private sector organizations. Members of the transportation training community exchange ideas about training innovations and resources, develop collaborative relationships and networks, and learn from leading experts in the field.

2018 NTTD Leadership Team


Ryan Simpson, Tennessee DOT

Vice President: 

Jacqueline Reilly, Rhode Island DOT


Glenn McRae Northeast Transportation Workforce Center, VT


Paige Harris, Tennessee DOT

Emerging Technology Chair: 

Garrett Wheat, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development

Membership Chair: 

Stephanie Ivey, Southeast Transportation Workforce Center (TN)


Information contact:


Presentations and Workshop Topics

  • Innovative Strategies to Build the Pipeline of future workers
  •  Learning for Career Advancement
  • Tech in the Classroom for Engagement
  • Planning and Training for a Successful Future -Advancement & Leadership
  • From Presenter to Trainer workshop
  • Crafting new approaches to Organizational Leadership
  • Collaborative Training Programs

Exhibits & Displays

  • Training Technologies
  • Educational Services
  • Learning Management Systems

Featured Workshops

The Conference Planning group is still looking for ideas for two 3-hour professional development workshops to build training skills. Send your ideas on what you might want to offer or what you need to

LTAP/TTAP Conference

LTAP/TTAP Conference

New Orleans, LA

July 23-26, 2018

Review the Program here.

Help TC3 Identify Your Training Needs!

TC3 strives to provide quality training to the technical workforce, and your input helps steer the development of our curriculum! We’ve crafted a short, 11-question survey to help us collect valuable insight into your training needs.

No one knows the job better than you, which is why your input is so important. Please take a couple minutes and share your feedback with us!



Network Request – Electrical Training for Front Line Maintainers

I work for Connecticut DOT and we’re working with our LTAP to develop a training program for our electrical maintenance employees. We are interested in learning what other DOT’s are doing for electrical training for front line maintainers, specifically for traffic signals.

Please respond to