ABOUT SOUTHWESTERN TTAP
The Southwestern Tribal Technical Assistance Program Center (SWTTAP Center) is a collaborative strategy between the Federal Highway Administration and the Bureau of Indian Affairs, funded by the US Department of Transportation. It is one of seven TTAP’s nationwide serving tribal governments. The SWTTAP is headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico; serving the transportation programs of the tribal governments of Region 3 - the Navajo Nation and New Mexico/Colorado region. The Center for Tribal Transportation (under parent organization Lenea Corporation) is the new administrator of the SWTTAP. The purpose of the SWTTAP is to assist and promote the development of safe modern transportation facilities and policies within our region for all users. The SWTTAP is a transportation resources center designed to serve the transportation programs of the tribal governments of the New Mexico, Colorado, and Navajo Nation region.