News and Updates

New Service! CTC Sign Management System


Historically, highway signs have been required to be manufactured with a certain level of nighttime visibility, or “Retroreflectivity.”  The 2009 MUTCD now requires all signs to be maintained at a certain level of retroreflectivity, based upon the colors of the materials used.  The first deadline is January 22, 2012.

With the most Up to date courses!CTC's Online Institute


CTC is always striving to find the most innovative ways for our clients to stay in compliance.  Our new Online Institute offers Web-based DOT and OSHA training designed to enhance your skills, increase your performance, and meet the current DOT and DOL training requirement.

A Fallen American HeroSGT Brandon E. Maggart Memorial and
Blake Maggart Educational Fund

Honoring the memory of Army SGT Brandon E. Maggart who served in Iraq and was killed during OperationIraq Freedom.

Blake Maggart remembers his father on Memorial Day and Veteran's Day in 2011


CommunityDo you have a transportation issue? Ask us!

Commonwealth Transportation Consultants representative Ron Baade presents a check to Matt Tornambe, Chief of the Friendship Fire Company. The $500 donation was made to the Ed Zimmerman Scholarship Fund.


28th Infantry Division Event Coordinator, Carolyn Malfara, presents a check for $200 to Executive Director, Walt Chimola from Commonwealth Transportation Consultants for the PA National Guard 28th Infantry Division Scholarship Fund.


The purpose the Pennsylvania National Guard 28th Infantry Division Association Scholarship Fund is to help members of the 28th Infantry Division achieve their undergraduate educational goals and is open to 28th Infantry Division members in good standing or the child of a member who has died or become permanently disabled while on National Guard duty. The 28th Infantry Division had its largest deployment since World War II when it sent the only National Guard Stryker Brigade to Iraq.


On Friday evening, August 28, 2009, Juniata football captains (L-R) Ethan Goss, Hunter Geedey and Dan Fultz accepted two $1,000 checks on behalf of the the Juniata Touchdown Club from Commonwealth Transportation Consultants representative Ron Baade.  The Mifflin-based highway safety consulting firm, specializing in accident reconstruction and the extraction of data from crashed vehicles, originally intended to contribute $1,000 to the Dietrick Field Renovation Project, but when they heard about difficulties the Touchdown Club was having with their operational budget, they decided to write two checks to the organization.  -  Courtesy of the Juniata Sentinel, September  9, 2009.