Liaison Services Mailing Address: PO Box 94759, Lincoln, NE 68509
NDOR Liaison Services - What We Do
The Liaison Services Section provides administrative support to the Board of Public Roads Classifications and Standards and to the Board of Examiners for County Highway and City Street Superintendents and serves as an information resource to counties and municipalities in administering their road and street programs.
Programs administered by Liaison Services are:
Scheduled Meetings for the Board of Public Roads and for the Board of Examiners in one PDF document
To find out about upcoming Meetings/Agendas, go to the NDOR Meetings & Hearings page and SUBSCRIBE for automatic updates when new meeting information is added.
Minutes: Email Barb Hasterlo
The Board of Public Roads Classifications and Standards oversees annual construction planning and fiscal reporting for state and local highways, roads and streets, as well as the application of minimum design, construction and maintenance standards for functional classifications (categories) of public roadways. The standards ensure that each segment can safely handle the traffic pattern and volume it is expected to carry, as part of a policy enacted in 1969 to provide for the efficient management, operation and control of an integrated system of state and local highways, roads, and streets.
The eleven members are appointed by the Governor to four-year terms, subject to confirmation by the Legislature. Current members (May 2015) and areas of representation:
Programs administered by the Board are:
The Board of Examiners for County Highway and City Street Superintendents is responsible for testing and licensing local officials, or their agents, charged with overseeing the construction, maintenance and operation of municipal streets and county roads. Licensing promotes competency in planning and administration as part of a policy enacted in 1969 to provide for the efficient management, operation and control of an integrated system of state and local highways, roads and streets.
The seven members are appointed by the Governor to four-year terms. Current members (December 2011) and areas of representation:
City & County Officials' Info - Page with a variety of info useful to cities and counties, including revenue distribution and payment info.
Nebraska Local Technical Assistance Program (NE LTAP) The Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) provides the transfer of transportation technology and technical assistance to rural and local governments.