Gill honored as “Roads Scholar”
The Technology Transfer Program of the Kentucky Transportation Center is proud to announce that 188 Roads Scholars and 157 Road Masters have completed the 2022 Kentucky Roads Scholars/Road Masters Training Program.
Matthew Gill, of Morgtantown, joins the 4,100 Roads Scholars and 3,200 Road Masters who have already completed the program. With the KYTC District 3, Gill was honored December 6, 2022 at Rough River State Resort Park.
Also pictured, and presenting the awards, was James Ballinger, State Highway
Engineer, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
The Roads Scholar/Road Master Training Program consists of nine and seven full-day courses, respectively. The combined programs total 95 training hours and serve individuals from local and state transportation agencies as well as private businesses. The Roads Scholar and Road Master Training Programs, as well as a broad selection of other training courses related to transportation, are offered throughout the year by the Technology Transfer Program of the Kentucky Transportation Center, located at the University of Kentucky, College of Engineering.
For more information on the Technology Transfer Program or the Roads Scholar and Road Master Training, visit www.kyt2.com or contact Martha Horseman, Program Manager, at [email protected] or 800-432-0719.