Annual Transportation Conference

The Highway Research Center contributes to Auburn University’s outreach mission by arranging the technical program for the annual Alabama Transportation Conference that is attended by 800 to 1,000 engineering professionals individuals annually.  To learn more, please visit

  • Future Transportation Conference Dates:
    • February 11-12, 2020




Alabama Transportation Assistance Program

The Alabama Transportation Assistance Program (ATAP) is Alabama’s LTAP Center. The Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) in each state is jointly funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and State Departments of Transportation. ATAP serves as a management resource for highways and streets maintained by local governments by providing cost-effective training and technical assistance to counties and cities in Alabama, the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) and consulting engineers who practice in Alabama. ATAP offers 40-50 workshops each year across a variety of transportation-related topics. The program also manages a safety technical assistance program (STACC), and coordinates several conferences, including the annual Alabama Transportation Conference. ATAP is located within the  Highway Research Center in the  Department of Civil Engineering  at Auburn University. Alabama’s LTAP Center, previously known as the Alabama T 2  Center, has been at Auburn since its inception in 1983.


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