AASHTO is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association representing highway and transportation departments in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. It represents all transportation modes including: air, highways, public transportation, active transportation, rail, and water. Its primary goal is to foster the development, operation, and maintenance of an integrated national transportation system.
For nearly two decades, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) has served as the national voice for American Indian nations engaged in cultural tourism. In addition to serving as the voice for Indian Country tourism, AIANTA provides technical assistance and training to Tribal nations and Native-owned enterprises engaged in tourism, hospitality and recreation.
The Division of Transportation provides management and oversight of the road maintenance and road construction programs for the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Indian Country.
CTT provides training, education, technical assistance and program mentoring resources for tribes.
DOT Navigator helps communities understand the best ways to apply for grants, and plan for and deliver transformative infrastructure projects and services.
EDC is a State-based model that identifies and rapidly deploys proven, yet underutilized innovations to shorten the project delivery process, enhance roadway safety, reduce traffic congestion, and integrate automation.
The Office of Tribal Transportation (OTT) administers the Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) and provides stewardship and oversight for direct funding agreements with 135 federally recognized Tribes.
The Center for Local Aid Support offers diverse products, programs and information to provide national training and technical assistance networks that help local governments, tribes and Federal land management agencies enhance roadway networks and create economic opportunity.
FHWA’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) website serves as a one-stop shop for FHWA’s implementation of the law, including information on funding, assistance, education, and guidance.
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) provides financial and technical assistance to local public transit systems, including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, trolleys and ferries. FTA also oversees safety measures and helps develop next-generation technology research.
The Intertribal Transportation Association promotes training, advocacy, and informs and facilitates meetings between Tribes and local, state and federal agencies.
The National Center for Rural Road Safety provides coordinated, multidisciplinary, scalable, and accessible safety resources in order to empower rural road users to accelerate road safety improvements and save lives.
The National Congress of American Indians is the oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization serving the broad interests of tribal governments and communities.
As the training and education arm of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the National Highway Institute (NHI) provides innovation and expertise in delivering transportation training.
The Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) at Oklahoma State University provides extension programs and services to those responsible for the construction and maintenance of transportation systems at the local level in Oklahoma.
The OTTC is a members only council that advocates partnering with local businesses to help tribes excel in their transportation needs.
SCAUG is the foremost GIS user group in the south-central United States promoting the effective use of spatial data and information technologies for the understanding and management of GIS.
The Tribal Technical Assistance Program is a one-stop transportation resource for tribal communities across the country, providing comprehensive transportation training and technical assistance to tribal communities, building skills and expertise to ensure the safety and maintenance of tribal roads and the continuous professional development of tribal transportation workforces.
The Tribal Transportation Program Coordinating Committee is the recommending committee (25 CFR 170.135) established by federal regulations, to provide input and recommendations to the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) concerning the Tribal Transportation Program as detailed in Title 23 U.S.C. 202. The committee consists of 24 Tribal regional representative (two from each BIA region).
TTS is an online community working to reduce injuries and fatalities from transportation incidents in Tribal areas.
The purpose of the organization is to support the development of tribal transportation planning capacity. As envisioned, the TTPO improves tribal government's planning and programming activity through enhanced coordination with tribal, federal, state, and local governments.