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The Long Range Transportation Plan and the 2022-2025 TIP has been approved on May 27, 2021. Please click the link to view both

UPWP FY2022 SOW Submitted 8_18_2021

Pueblo Station Plan Area - Amtrak Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail


We will be doing a hybrid meeting with in person and Zoom
July TAC will be held at the below link and at CDOT's Building located at  5615 Wills Blvd, Pueblo, CO 81008


Meeting ID: 946 1312 9536

Password: 598875

To be clear, any interested parties are automatically put on a waiting list and availability will become clear as the dates get closer.

In 2022, State DOTs will be developing their new Transportation Asset Management Plans (TAMPs) and submitting their TAMP processes to FHWA Divisions for certification. To prepare for this next step  in advancing the state-of-the-practice for Transportation Asset Management (TAM), the Office of Infrastructure and the National Highway Institute (NHI) are offering a  three-part series of free, virtual, instructor-led TAM training courses, one series for each DFS area.   Each Division is encouraged to invite their State DOT and MPO partners to join FHWA in attending the training series. The training should be of interest to members working in asset management, pavement, bridge, planning, financial management, and other disciplines.

The participants will be registered to participate in all three of the courses since the course knowledge builds from one course to another.

Courses to be offered are as follows:

Oct 25-26, 10:00 -2:00 PT / 1:00 – 5:00 ET

  • Introduction to Transportation Asset Management (NHI-136106V)
    • This course introduces the principles of asset management and key components to a successful asset management program.

Oct 27-28, 10 - 2:00 PT / 1:00 - 5:00 ET

  • Developing a Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) (NHI-136106W)
    • This course Introduces the key components of a TAMP and its importance in planning sustainable, long-term asset investments. 
    • The course concentrates on risk management, life-cycle planning, and financial planning in accordance with FHWA’s most recent guidance.
    • There is a 1-hour independent study pre-requisite required prior to this course.

Nov 15 -18, 10:00 - 2:00 PT / 1:00 – 5:00 ET

  • Financial Planning for Transportation Asset Management (NHI-136002V)
    • This course will enhance your foundational knowledge of financial planning in the context of TAM and reviews common vocabulary and background information.
    • It covers key content areas and the approaches to developing a financial plan. 
    • There is a 1-hour independent study pre-requisite required prior to this course.

Aaron Bustow

Statewide and Metropolitan Transportation Planner

Federal Highway Administration- Colorado Division

12300 West Dakota Avenue, Suite 180

Lakewood, CO 80228

Phone (720)-963-3022

[email protected]