About Us

The UNH Technology Transfer Center serves highway and public works departments to improve the quality and safety of roads and streets in towns, cities, and counties throughout New Hampshire.  As the site of the state’s Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP), UNH T2 provides training, technical assistance, newsletters, research and guidance to increase the knowledge of the transportation workforce and decision makers.  UNH T2 also provides access to a network of knowledgeable partners and peers to strengthen collaboration and support local highway teams in maintaining their communities' assets.  

The history of LTAP

LTAP was established by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)in 1982. Beginning with 10 Centers throughout the United States, the LTAP network now includes a center in every state and Puerto Rico, as well as centers serving the Tribal community. Through LTAP, the FHWA helps local highway agencies in each state meet the challenge of maintaining and rehabilitating roads and bridges, and to learn about best practices and innovative technology to meet local needs. UNH T2 Center is also part of the National Local Technical Assistance Program Association (NLTAPA), a not-for-profit organization representing the LTAP and TTAP member centers across the country and Puerto Rico. 

2021 NH LTAP Annual Report

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NH SADES

SADES (Statewide Asset Data Exchange System), including RSMS as it may be referred to, establishes access to a transportation asset management inventory for many state and local agencies.
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The UNH T2 Advisory Board

UNH T2's advisory board includes members of local government and key stakeholders from NHDOT and FHWA that meet quarterly to review program accomplishments, and consider new activities and areas of focus for UNH T2.  

  • Glenn Davison - Supervisor of Systems Planning and Civil Engineer VI at NHDOT Division of Project Development and NHDOT Representative
  • Ann Scholz - Research Engineer at NHDOT Bureau of Materials & Research and NHDOT Representative
  • Michelle Marshall - Safety & Area Engineer at NH Division FHWA and FHWA Representative
  • Martha Drukker - Associate Engineer at City of Concord and Municipal Representative from NH Public Works Association
  • Scott Kinmond - DPW Director at Town of Alton and Municipal Representative from NH Public Works Association
  • Benjamin Knapp - DPW Director at Town of Weare and Municipal Representative from NH Road Agents Associations
  • Caleb Dobbins - Administrator at NHDOT Division of Highway Maintenance and Municipal Representative from NH Public Works Mutual Aid
  • Vacancies - there are currently 2 open seats within the UNH T2 advisory board