Transportation Programs

GLEIC

EPA Environmental Finance Center for Region 5

EPA Environmental Finance Center for Region 5

GLEIC

EPA Environmental Finance Center for Region 5

EPA Environmental Finance Center for Region 5

The Great Lakes Environmental Infrastructure Center (GLEIC) of the EPA Environmental Finance Center for Region 5 helps local, state, and tribal governments and their private sector partners in EPA Region 5 states—Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio.

The GLEIC promotes and supports the efficient management, maintenance, operation, and finance of municipally owned and controlled environmental systems. These systems include infrastructure such as drinking water, storm water, waste water, and transportation systems; but, they also include community programs such as land-use planning, recycling, and solid waste and energy use reduction programs.

 

906-482-2102
309 Dillman Hall
LTAP

Michigan LTAP

Local Technical Assistance Program

LTAP

Michigan LTAP

Local Technical Assistance Program

Michigan's Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) serves as the Technology Transfer (T2) effort of the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Professional Development. The LTAP network consists of 57 T2 Centers and serves state, county and local highway and transportation personnel.

The LTAP mission is to bridge the gap between research and practice by conducting training sessions and demonstrations and by serving as a clearinghouse for information related to state-of-the-art technology in the construction and maintenance of roads and bridges.

LTAP is funded by FHWA, with matching funds from State governments, universities, state highway agencies and other organizations.

Areas of Research:
Transportation Technology Transfer

906-487-2102
309 Dillman Hall
TTAP

Michigan Tech TTAP

Tribal Technical Assistance Program

TTAP

Michigan Tech TTAP

Tribal Technical Assistance Program

The Michigan Tech Tribal Technical Assistance Program (TTAP) is part of a nationwide effort sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. TTAP explores technology transfer initiatives focusing on technology and information on tribal roads and bridges, tourism, and recreation, and related economic development to tribal transportation and planning personnel. TTAP provides technology transfer through training workshops, a quarterly newsletter, and the operation of free publication and videotape training libraries.

Areas of Research:
Transportation Technology Transfer

906-487-3475
301E Dillman Hall
RTP

RTP

Rail Transportation Program

RTP

RTP

Rail Transportation Program

The Rail Transportation Program (RTP) was officially established in 2007 within the Michigan Tech Transportation Institute.  The RTP is the central entity for all rail activities on campus including research, education, and extra-curricular activities.  The program hosts the CN Rail Transportation Education Center (CNRTEC), a multi-use space housing a media center and the highly popular student center.

Areas of Research:
Transportation Systems