Coordinated Technology Implementation Program

ABOUT CTIP

Overview

The Federal Lands Highway Coordinated Technology Implementation Program, or CTIP, is a cooperative technology deployment and sharing program between the FHWA Federal Lands Highway office and the Federal land management agencies. It provides a forum for identifying, studying, documenting, and transferring new technology to the transportation community.

Many new innovative technologies have been funded through the CTIP program. These technologies include a variety of concentration areas such as pavement, bridges, and low volume roads. CTIP funds are normally used for technology projects related to transportation networks on Federal public lands. Projects related to the transportation infrastructure, transit, safety, public use, and natural environments are considered.

CTIP Leadership

A council composed of representatives from the Federal Lands Highway office and its associated Federal agencies directs CTIP deployment and transfer activities. The council provides policy guidance, approves problem statements and proposals, and ensures the effective management of the program.

The Council's voting members are management officials representing the following agencies:

Agencies participating in the Council as non-voting members include:

Get More Information

For more information on proposal requirements, copies of completed studies, or the status of active studies, contact your agency CTIP Council member.

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Robert Frazier
505-563-3319

National Park Service

Thomas Canick
202-513-7073

Office of Federal Lands Highway

Amit Armstrong, Ph.D., P.E.
360-619-7668

Roger Surdahl, P.E.
720-963-3768

Isbel Ramos-Reyes
703-948-1442

USDA Forest Service

Alan Yamada, P.E.
909-599-1267 ext. 224

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Steve Suder
703-358-1752