Missouri LTAP offers various programs for your benefit and training needs. Some of the programs are:

Cooperative Procurement Program (COOP)

This program allows smaller government agencies, such as city and county road and bridge departments, special road districts and public works departments the opportunity to purchase new equipment and supplies at the bid prices available to the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). By purchasing through the plan, cities and counties can often save money, as the prices quoted to MoDOT are often lower due to the quantity of items procured. Indirect savings can also be realized in the reduced duplication of the time and effort required to advertise, analyze, and award bids on products.

Bridge Engineering Assistance Program (BEAP)

The Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission developed the Bridge Engineering Assistance Program (BEAP) to provide Missouri local public agencies with the assistance necessary to study bridge engineering problem

Traffic Engineering Assistance Program (TEAP)

The Traffic Engineering Assistance Program (TEAP) is a federally-funded program with the purpose of retaining private consulting firms with expertise in traffic engineering to aid cities and counties with specific operational traffic problems on their non-state system streets and highways.

MO-LTAP Equipment Loan Program

Missouri LTAP’s equipment loan program offers various pieces of equipment for loan to local agencies. The equipment includes a retroreflectometer, portable speed radar sign, traffic counters, and material testing equipment.

Missouri Pavement Manager's Group

Missouri Pavement Managers Group is a newly formed group of professionals with an interest in finding ways to extend the life of Missouri’s pavements. We are made up of city & county engineers, MoDOT, industry reps, contractors, suppliers, consultants, and academia.

Missouri Local Public Agency (LPA) Program

The LPA program focuses on improving the delivery of local federal aid projects statewide. It was developed by the Missouri Department of Transportation and representatives from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), local agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, consultants and industry professionals.