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Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-6720
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Toll Free:á 1-888-846-2422
Tel: á 1-907-474-1580
Fax:á 1-907-474-5731
Email: á bdbluehorse@alaska.edu

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Alaska Tribal Technical Assistance Program Center

The Alaska Tribal Technical Assistance Program (AKTTAP) is locatedáat the Interior Aleutians Campus in Fairbanks, Alaska. It is funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration to assist tribal governments in developing and managing their transportation programs. á AKTTAP aims to improve transportation infrastructure in Alaska through education, training, and technology transfer. á



17th Annual National Tribal Transportation Conference

17th Annual National Tribal Transportation Conference
September 22-25-, 2014
Hilton Anchorage
Anchorage, Alaska

Hotel reservations can now be made at the Hilton Anchorage.á For more information please visit:á

http://www.ttapnttc.com/



2014 Alaska Federal Lands Access Program RFP

The Alaska Federal Lands Access Program is soliciting proposals for capital improvement construction, enhancement, planning, and alternative transportation projects in FYá2015 through FY 2018.á Project approvals will be contingent upon availability of funds.á Enclosed are the Federal Lands Access Program Project Proposal forms and evaluation criteria. The proposals must be received byáMay 15, 2014.á


To encourage coordination between the project applicants there is aárequired one (1) page notice of intent to be submitted to by March 15, 2014.á This notice of intent will be sent to the appropriate Federal Land Management Agency (FLMA) in order to get the appropriate coordination before the final due date ofáMay 15, 2014.á

Please see the following documents for more information. áThe AK 2014 Access Program RFP has additional contact names and information:


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FY 2014 Draft TTP Tribal Shares

The Draft TTP Tribal Shares were handed out at the Tribal Transportation Program Coordinated Committee (TTPCC) meeting two weeks ago in Albuquerque, NM. They are for FY2014 and should there be a continueing resolution to the Bill the FY2015-16 are included but do not have recissions or obligation limitations subtracted from the estimates.

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Pleasee feel free to contact me atá(907) 401-0864, if you have any questions and if I can't answer you maybe Mr. Robert Sparrow or Mr. Leroy Gishi maybe able to assist? Please forward to other Tribes within your area's. Thanks!
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Sincerely,
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SamáThomas
Transportation & Infrastructure Specialist, TTPCC AK. Primary Rep.
Organized Village of Kasaan

(907) 401-0864

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FY 2012 Final Formula Run - TTAM

Please see attachments below for the FY 2012 Final TTAM.á

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Federal Highway Administration MAP-21 Website

On July 6, 2012 President Obama signed the new transportation bill, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century.á The Federal Highway Administration has created a website to provided related resources as they become available, the site can be accessed at:á http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/MAP21/.á


Federal Transit Administration MAP-21 Website

The Federal Transit Administration has also created a website for information on their implementation of MAP-21, including program information and guidance for grantees. The site can be accessed at: http://www.fta.dot.gov/map21/




Every Day Counts Initiative

Every Day Counts is designed to identify and deploy innovation aimed at shortening project delivery, enhancing the safety of our roadways, and protecting the environment.

For more information, visit:á http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/everydaycounts/