CDL Theory Training
Most individuals obtaining a CDL must complete Theory Training. The Ohio LTAP Center now offers it for FREE through its eLearning system.odx-read-more about the article: CDL Theory Training
View and register for upcoming LTAP courses and webinars here.odx-read-more about the article: Available Training
Equipment Loan Program
Multiple pieces of roadway study equipment are available for loan to local public agencies.odx-read-more about the article: Equipment Loan Program
LTAP offers a variety of eLearning courses free of charge! View a catalog of courses and access the eLearning system.odx-read-more about the article: eLearning
The mission of Ohio’s Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) is to assist local governments in managing and maintaining a safe, cost-effective and environmentally sound transportation system by providing training and technical assistance in the areas of safety, workforce development, infrastructure management and organizational excellence.
Featured Training and Technical Assistance
Active Transportation Academy
The Active Transportation Academy provides training, workshops and implementation programs to communities throughout Ohio.
Circuit Rider Training
Circuit Rider training program has been designed to deliver free on-site training to employees of local government agencies in Ohio.
Roads Scholar Training Recognition Program
The Roads Scholar program provides an opportunity for roadway maintenance and public works employees to document their continuing education.
Traffic Academy includes a set of required courses for many prequalification categories, including safety and interchanges studies, and signal, roadway, lighting, and ITS design.
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) eLearning Courses
View a listing of available eLearning courses related to Unmanned Aerial Systems.
Additional LTAP Resources
A collection of processes and programs that coordinate with and advocate for local public agencies (LPAs).
Local Public Agency (LPA) Training
Local governments who participate in ODOT's Local-Let Process must complete required training every five years.
Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (OMUTCD)
The OMUTCD establishes statewide standards for the design and use of traffic control devices on any street, highway, bikeway or private road.
Route of Navigation (RON) Series
The RON Series provides job aids and Ohio-focused information for local roadway professionals.