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UNH TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER CENTER (UNH T2)
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Supporting New Hampshire's local highway and public works departments with training, technical assistance, tools and resources to improve the quality and safety of roads throughout our state.  Home of New Hampshire's Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP), through support from FHWA & NHDOT.

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  • Freebie Features web feature

    Interested in continuing your professional development, but having trouble joining us for virtual or in-person events during standard working hours? Are you employed by a local road agency and would like to attend high-quality training and receive NH Roads Scholar hours, virtually at your own pace on your own time, FREE?  Enter our monthly FREEBIE FEATURE, a different course title offered monthly that you can register and complete independently, and submit proof of course completion to receive NH Roads Scholar credit! Learn more here.

     

  • Ask our technical specialist web feature

    We’re pleased to provide personalized technical assistance to NH municipal highway departments via phone, email, or special site visits to assist you with a variety of topics, such as drainage issues, gravel roads maintenance, pavement condition, roadway safety opportunities, and asset management. We also provide technical assistance for operational and administrative functions such as workforce development and software applications.Let us help you solve a roadway riddle! Visit our Technical Assistance webpage for more information.

  • Road Safety Advocate Program web feature

    The UNH T2 NH Roads Scholar Road Safety Advocate Program (RSAP) modules are scheduled for the 2024 cohort! Visit the RSAP webpage for more information.

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    Check out our helpful FAQs and videos on how to reset and access your student account, certificate of completion, or transcript!

     

  • 2024 Build a Better Mousetrap Innovation Competition now accepting entries.

    The 2024 Build a Better Mousetrap Innovation Competition is now accepting entries! Visit our webpage for more information.

Upcoming PW Events

August 13, 2024 | 8:00 - 10:00am
Location: Campton, NH Municipal Cost: $60.00 Private Cost: $120.00 Roads Scholar Hours: 5.0 Technical
August 14, 2024 | 8:00am - 2:00pm
Location: Merrimack, NH Municipal Cost: $60.00 Private Cost: $120.00 Roads Scholar Hours: 5.0 Supervisory
August 20, 2024 | 8:00am - 2:00pm
Location: Wilton, NH Municipal Cost: $60.00 Private Cost: $120.00 Roads Scholar Hours: 5 Technical
Recognizing Public Works' Professional Development Achievements

 

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Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission selected for $1.18 million USDOT grant

Thriving Communities Regional Pilot Capacity Builder grant will support 14 communities in identifying, developing, and delivering transportation projects to achieve locally driven economic development, health, environment, mobility, and access goals. 

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NH Public Works 2024 Salary Survey now open

NH DPW Directors, Road Agents, and other leadership encouraged to participate in compensation survey to support important workforce data and dialogue.

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