Training for local agencies through LTAP

Local Training Assistance Program (LTAP) classes & webinars currently available.

Local Training Assistance Program (LTAP)

FHWA Complete Streets Primer - May 11, 2022 (2pm-4pm) Webinar

What is a complete street?  FHWA is promoting complete streets as a means to achieve goals for safety, livability, equity, and more, and Washington has a new complete streets requirement that applies to certain state transportation projects.  This workshop will introduce participants to the concept of complete streets, provide examples and illustrations, and foster discussion to help participants see opportunities to advance complete streets for their state or community.  

Register for the FHWA Complete Streets Primer


Title VI Basics for Local Public Agencies

E-Learning from WSDOT Office of Equal Opportunity.  Self-paced workshop on the Title VI/Nondiscrimination responsibilities of local agencies.  The training provides videos and resources.  A link to request a certificate is at the completion of the training.  Title VI Basics for LPAs training slides (PDF 134KB)
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National Environmental Policy Act- WSDOT Local Programs NEPA Courses

YouTube videos of modules for an Overview; General Project Information; Air Quality and Critical Areas; Section 106 and Hazardous Material; Section 4(f) and Section 6(f); Noise, Stormwater and Environmental Justice; Endangered Species Act.  Reference guide for differences between the local and regional processes (PDF 163KB)


LTAP classes are open to employees of cities, counties, tribes, ports, transit agencies, WSDOT and other state agencies, consultants, contractors, and out-of-state public agencies.

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Zero emission electric vehicle registrations in Washington

increased 192% between 2017 and 2021.

45 projects to improve freight rail structures and freight movement

were underway as of December 31, 2021.

Washington state leveraged $100,000 to secure $27 million

in funding for airport investments in Fiscal Year 2022.