The National Transportation in Indian Country Conference (NTICC) provides information and resources for all who are committed to improving the transportation infrastructure of Indian country and the safety of those who live, work and travel the roadways of Alaska Native and Native American Lands.
The NTICC is a “one-stop-shop” for Tribes to access relevant training and to engage with federal officials regarding Tribal transportation issues and challenges. NTICC regularly welcomes more than 500 attendees, with representation from more than 130 Tribes, Nations, and villages.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The National Transportation in Indian Country agenda and events are crafted for the Tribal transportation community. NTICC draws from all segments of the Tribal transportation community, including Tribal leaders, planners, transit personnel, public works employees, road maintenance personnel, equipment operators, engineers, GIS specialists, injury prevention personnel, environmental personnel, contracts/grants, and administrative personnel. NTICC also welcomes federal, state and local transportation professionals that have demonstrated a commitment to supporting Tribal transportation.
NTICC attendees not only share and learn from the many breakout sessions on all aspects of Tribal transportation, but also have ample opportunities to network with peers, find out who’s doing what, hear about best practices in Tribal transportation, and discover new skills and approaches.