This year's NTTC is built entirely around YOU, and how to provide you with the best resources to improve the transportation infrastructure on tribal land. You’ll find a multitude of sessions dealing with everything from finance and grants to maintenance, materials, and safety.


  • It's All About Gravel
  • Safety
  • Transit
  • Grants
  • NEW! Finance


Participants will receive valuable technical assistance onsite from federal Subject Matter Experts by visiting the Technical Assistance Hub. Stations include Safety, Planning & Procurement, Project Delivery, Asset & Data Management, Maintenance & Operations, and Tribal Transportation Program Training.


Meet one-on-one with FHWA, the Tribal Technical Program (TTP), and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)  to discuss challenges, seek guidance, and topics related to your program. Meeting requests can be made during registration.


Oklahoma City Public School's Indian Education Department Dance Troop
Tuesday, September 25 | 11:30am – 1:00pm

The Resonative Youth Dance Troupe is a cultural educational dance troupe and a student program from the Oklahoma City Public Schools Native American Student Services. The Oklahoma City Public School District has about 2,800 Native American students and 77 Tribes represented.


  • Redbird Sky Marks, Pre-K, Muscogee Creek/Ute Mountain Ute
  • Vinosszi Dutchie, 1st Grade, Muscogee Creek/Ute Mountain Ute
  • Vcenv Marks, 3rd Grade, Muscogee Creek/Arapaho
  • Vera-Marie Bonds, 1st Grade, Choctaw