Federal Highway Administration. A component of the U.S. Department of Transportation, provides funding to state and local governments for highway construction and improvements, including funds must be used for transit. FHWA also regulates the safety of commercial motor vehicle operations (vehicles which require a CDL to drive). FWHA is the lead agency in federal intelligent transportation activities and regulated interstate transportation.
Federal Highway Administration. See also the FHWA's Scenic Byways site
means Federal Highway Administration, a component of the United States Department of Transportation.
Federal Highway Administration. An agency within the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Federal Highway Administration, which is part of USDOT.
Federal Highway Administration: One of two primary federal agencies that SACOG deals with in our transportation planning efforts. The other is the Federal Transit Administration. FHWA provides a joint conformity finding on our Regional Transportation Plan and our Federal Transportation Improvement Program and allocated federal transportation funds.
Federal Highway Administration - The federal agency responsible for the approval of transportation projects that affect the federal highway system. It is part of DOT (Department of Transportation) and is the sister agency of FTA (see below).
(Federal Highway Administration) U.S. Department of Transportation agency responsible for highways.
Federal Highway Administration, branch of the US Department of Transportation.
Federal Highway Administration, under the United States Department of Transportation.
Federal Highway Administration inal Inspection An inspection of the construction site facilitated by the Resident Engineer and including the Contractor, Project Manager, Inspector, regulators and funding agency.
Federal Highway Administration – is the federal agency that carries out federal highway programs in partnership with state and local agencies to meet the nation's transportation needs.
Federal Highway Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Transportation, involved in issues related to the use of the metric system in road construction and road signs. See also www.fhwa.dot.gov
Federal Highway Administration. Administers, plans, funds and regulates federal highway systems. Part of USDOT.
Federal Highway Administration; the DOT division concerned with highway construction and usage. Other similar divisions of DOT relate to air, rail, and water transportation.
The Federal Highway Administration is a part of the U.S. Department of Transportation and is headquartered in Washington, D.C., with field offices across the United States.