Highway School

The Highway School features short sessions of general interest in the mornings and 24-28 afternoon workshops lasting 75 minutes each. A partnership with statewide vendors supports the Pothole Picnic on the first day. Over 700 participants, the majority being local highway and public works officials, attend the Highway School every year.

The Association of Towns of the State of New York co-sponsors the Highway School, and handles all of the registrations.

2015 Roads Scholar recipients

2015 Roads Scholar award recipients

71st Annual School for Highway Superintendents

6-8 June 2016

Phillips Hall, Ithaca College, Ithaca

Roads Scholar

The Roads Scholar Award recognizes outstanding participation of highway personnel at the Highway School. The award was given out from 1963-1998 (see below for history) and restarted in 2015. The award is given out by county and accounts for attendance by ALL municipalities in the county:

Past Highway School materials and presentations

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