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WELCOME

The National Transportation in Indian Country Conference is hosted by The Center for Tribal Transportation and is planned and organized by a Planning Committee comprised of Tribal transportation professionals from Tribes and Tribal organizations across the U.S.

The 2024 NTICC will be attended by 800+ Tribal transportation professionals.

Federal partners from the following agencies; US DOT. FHWA. NHTSA. FTA FRA. MARAD, FMCSA. BIA and organizations that are dedicated to furthering Tribal Transportation initiatives.

NTICC features learning sessions and conference tracks tailored to fit the transportation related professional development needs in Indian Country. Some of the 2024 NTICC tracks include Workforce Development. Transit. TTP 101, Safety. Hot Topics. Planning. Leadership & Infrastructure Bill, and Project Management & Maintenance. In addition to the content-rich sessions, NTICC offers multiple

hands-on training opportunities and the one-of-a-kind Heavy Equipment Roadeo and Heavy Equipment Roadeo Team Competition.

The Center for Tribal Transportation and the National Transportation in Indian Country Conference Planning Committee are proud to present the 2024 NTICC

Durant. Oklahoma.

Planning Committee

BYRON BLUEHORSE

SHERI BOZIC

MICHAEL LOMAYAKTEWA

MICHIA CASEBIER

TAREN BURKE-MACALADY

RON HALL

GERRY HOPE

TODD MACALADY

BARAK NORTON MYERS

NEIL RODRIGUEZ

TARA CHIEF

LAREESA SANCHEZ

DOROTHY CLAW

HOWARD BROWN

Sovereign Planning

Pueblo of Jemez

Hopi Tribe

M.G. Tech Writing

The Center for Tribal Transportation 

Northern Tribal Technical Assistance Program 

Sitka Tribe of Alaska

The Center for Tribal Transportation

Raven's Fork Consulting

National RTAP

The Center for Tribal Transportation

White Mountain Apache Tribe

Pueblo of Santa Ana

Transportation Director for The Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes

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