Minnesota Roadway Maintenance Training and Demo Day
This annual one-day event, which replaced the Spring Maintenance Training Expo in 2012, focuses exclusively on education and technology exchange through classroom sessions and outdoor demonstrations. Attendees learn about the latest practices, innovations, and research related to Minnesota’s roadway maintenance operations.
To help slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the University of Minnesota has suspended all in-person instruction between March 16 and May 13. This suspension applies to non-academic instruction provided by the University, including courses offered by Minnesota LTAP.
In compliance with this suspension, the 2020 Minnesota Roadway Maintenance Training and Demo Day event has been canceled.
Your health, safety, and well-being, and that of the community, are of the utmost importance to the University of Minnesota and to Minnesota LTAP. Thank you for your partnership and patience as we work together during this challenging time.
Who Should Attend
Maintenance operators, supervisors, and transportation and research implementation personnel from township, tribal, city, county, and state agencies who are seeking continued education and knowledge-building opportunities.
1.0 Roads Scholar Program Maintenance Certificate credit.
The Minnesota Roadway Maintenance Training and Demo Day is sponsored by Minnesota LTAP, the Minnesota Department of Transportation, Minnesota Local Road Research Board, and the Federal Highway Administration, in partnership with the American Public Works Association/Minnesota Chapter and Minnesota Street Superintendents Association.