The Learning Center provides training and instructional information developed specifically for New Jersey Local Public Agencies (LPAs) as well as information from various other sources that might be of interest to our LPA Community.
Special Provisions for State Aid Projects
Federal-aid Essentials offers a central online library of informational videos and resources designed specifically for local public agencies. Each video addresses a single topic, condensing the complex regulations and requirements of the Federal-aid Highway Program into easy-to-understand concepts and illustrated examples. Visit Federal-aid Essentials
The Technology Transfer (T2) program promotes the exchange of ideas and increase awareness of transportation related issues. The site includes information about the State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC) and the FHWA Every Day Counts (EDC) program. Visit NJDOT Technology Transfer
- Listening Tour: Bridge
- Listening Tour: Contract Compliance
- Listening Tour: Environmental
- Listening Tour: NJ I-Bank
- Listening Tour: Pavement
- Pavement Ride Quality - NJSACE/NJDOT Quarterly Meeting, November 2019
- Pavement Thin Surface Treatments - NJSACE/NJDOT Quarterly Meeting, November 2019
- Coast Guard - NJSACE/NJDOT Quarterly Meeting, January 2020
- NJSME General Membership Meeting June, 2020
- NJSACE/NJDOT Quarterly Meeting, January 2021
Safety Voyager is a software application that was designed to provide a quick and easy visualization of crash data. Safety Voyager can quickly show a comparative view of crashes within a defined area, municipality or county as determined by the user. In addition, various filters are available to create detailed user defined queries. The crash data is updated as new information becomes available and is only available to federal, state and local government agencies to help develop crash analysis. Visit Safety Voyager
The FHWA has identified and is promoting widespread use of a set of 20 Proven Safety Countermeasures that can offer significant, measurable impacts as part of any agency's data-driven, systemic approach to improving safety. These strategies are designed to enhance safety on all kinds of roads—from rural to urban, from high-volume freeways to less traveled two-lane State and county roads, from signalized crossings to horizontal curves, and everything in between. Each countermeasure addresses intersections, roadway departures, or pedestrian/bicyclist facilities—along with crosscutting strategies that address all three safety focus areas. Find more information here.