Iowa LTAP has moved from CTRE to the Institute for Transportation
Iowa's LTAP Newsletter: Technology News
Technology News is one of CTRE's primary avenues for exchanging transportation-related information with local agencies. The bimonthly newsletter gives an up-to-date look to the up-to-date information our 2,500+ readers have grown to expect. Feature articles from Technology News are regularly reprinted in national transportation magazines.
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About Technology News
Preparation of this newsletter was financed through LTAP, a nationwide effort financed jointly in Iowa by the FHWA and the Iowa DOT. Iowa's LTAP is housed and administered at ISU's Center for Transportation Research and Education (CTRE).
Prior to May 2004 back issues are in portable document format (pdf). To read pdf files you must have a copy of the Adobe Acrobat reader, which you can download free.
Subscriptions to Technology News are free. We welcome readers' comments, questions, and suggestions.
For more information
For permission to reprint articles, contact Marcia Brink, Communications Manager, email@example.com, 515-294-9480
Any reference to a commercial organization or product in this newsletter is intended for informational purposes only and not as an endorsement. The opinions, findings, or recommendations expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of LTAP sponsors. The materials herein are provided for general information, and neither LTAP nor its sponsors represent that these materials are adequate for the purposes of the user without appropriate expert advice. ISU makes no representations or warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of any information herein and disclaims liability for any inaccuracies.
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