Municipal and county road agencies are responsible
for maintaining over 220,000 miles of roads and 12,000 span-type bridges while building more to meet the transportation needs of the state.
All of this amounts to a tremendous need for sound technical advice from experienced road, bridge/culvert, and traffic safety professionals.
This course is designed to provide entry level skills for the operators of motor graders.
This is the primary course for all personnel involved in the design, layout, and maintenance of traffic control devices on public roadways.
This course is designed to provide entry level skills for the operators of truck mounted telescoping boom excavators.
This class is designed to concentrate on activities which generate the highest level of accidents and injuries in road construction and maintenance work zones.
This course is designed to help students understand accepted practices in the application, installation, maintenance, and operation of signs and pavement markings typically used on public roadways.