March 11, 2014
Please check your inboxes for today's reminder email from Katheryn Malusky, NTPEP Associate Program Manager, regarding travel scholarships to this year's annual meeting in Greenville, SC. The deadline to submit this application was Friday, March 7 but AASHTO will accept these applications through the end of March.
For those of you who have received confirmation of AASHTO receiving your application, please be sure to make your hotel and flight reservations as well as complete the online registration. The registration link can be accessed through the NTPEP website, www.ntpep.org.
December 23, 2013
The votes are in. Entry #5 is NTPEP's new logo!
September 19, 2013
DataMine 3.0 is being designed and developed. A task force will work with AASHTO staff and iEngineering over the next several months to decide the key features and user interface of DataMine 3.0.
September 11, 2013
Thank you to the AASHTO Members of NTPEP who have submitted the below designs for the new NTPEP logo. NTPEP Members have until September 27 to cast their vote on the Vovici system. The winner will receive an additional scholarship for their State to attend the 2014 annual NTPEP meeting in Greenville, SC. The winning logo will be reworked by AASHTO's graphic designers and posted here this winter.
August 2, 2013
The change is the result of a recent reevaluation and reassessment of the needs of the NTPEP and APEL programs, as well as the various committee responsibilities within the Engineering Project Delivery Team.
Within the reorganized team, Katheryn will be in charge of the entire NTPEP program with its 22 product categories, including management of two manufacturing auditors positions and responsibility for the full budget and reporting for NTPEP. In addition, she will be in charge of the “reboot” of DataMine, completely revising the platform and working to improve the serviceability of NTPEP data for all customers.
Evan will manage the Subcommittee on Materials, including the annual publication of the Materials standards, coordination of the technical sections, and reviews of ballots for the technical sections and full subcommittee. He will also be revising the APEL platform over the next two years as this program grows, and managing the consultant contracts that are associated with the Technical Service Programs (TSPs) associated with materials standards development and APEL.
Congratulations to Katheryn Malusky and Evan Rothblatt on their new positions.
October 25, 2012
This 4 and a half minute animated slideshow includes audio and summarizes the highlights of the National Transportation Product Evaluation Program. You may pause it at any point and click on any of the hyperlinks in it.
June 7, 2012Traffic Control Device Testing
This podcast provides a summary of how impact testing is conducted on delineators and drums. It outlines how product performance is measured and reported.
To learn more about the testing protocol and data usage for the Temporary Traffic Control Device technical committee, click here. Testing results are posted in NTPEP's DataMine.
May 14, 2012
A task force for evaluating Warm Mix Asphalt has recently been added to the NTPEP Program. If want to be a member of this task force, please email Katheryn Malusky (email@example.com).
A task force for auditing Guardrail has recently been added to the NTPEP Program. If want to be a member of this task force, please email Katheryn Malusky (firstname.lastname@example.org).
*** DataMine 1.0 will not be able to be accessed after Wednesday, August 1st, 2012. DataMine 2.0 is accessible.
January 1, 2012
AASHTO is pleased to announce that Daniel Grasser, PE; Administrator of the Division of Transportation Systems Development in the Wisconsin Department of Transportation has been appointed to a two-year term as the Chairman of the NTPEP Committee.
Dan is responsible for the management and oversight of the department’s five regions and the six bureaus that oversee development, maintenance and operations functions related to the state’s highway system. The division provides uniform direction in planning, design and construction phases of project delivery as well as improving the safety and efficiency of the state highway system. The division has more than 1400 employees across the state.
Dan has been with the Department of Transportation for 27 years. He held various positions in construction, design, traffic and maintenance during his tenure.
The AASHTO/NTPEP staff welcomes Dan and we look forward to working with him during his term as our Chairman.