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July 1, 2017: Transportation Planning in Context

Two new courses from the National Highway Institute can help transportation professionals understand their role in the Federal transportation planning process and how it relates to others: Basics of Transportation Planning and Transportation Planning Process. Read more.

April 1, 2017: NHI Develops Intelligent Transportation Systems Training

Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) encompass a broad range of communications-based information and electronics technologies, and they are some of the most innovative and evolving technologies in transportation. To help transportation professionals successfully acquire effective goods, services, and work to meet emerging ITS needs on time and on budget, the National Highway Institute developed ITS Procurement (course number 137049). Read more.

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