Local governments bear responsibility for over 80% of the pavement lane-miles in California, which carry 45% of the state’s vehicle miles traveled. Unfortunately, the condition of California’s pavement has worsened over the past 10 years. Recent legislation brings much needed funding to local governments for preserving existing pavement and restoring structural capacity to deficient pavement.
TechTransfer wants you to get the training you need to achieve maximum value from this new funding by employing the most advanced, cost-effective and sustainable pavement practices possible. To help with this, a robust curriculum of pavement classes have been developed in partnership with the City and County Pavement Improvement Center with funding fromthe Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (California Senate Bill 1) Effective January 1, 2021, some of these class deliveries will be hosted in partnership with the California Department of Transportation, Division of Local Assistance, under the California Cooperative Training Assistance Program. Together, these partnerships provide expert training to help you better repair and maintain California’s roadways with reduced registration rates for California's city, county, regional, state, and other public agencies.