Repealing the rescission would increase the contract authority available to the Federal-Aid
Highway Program in 2020 by $7.6 billion.
This SEP, named SEP-16, tests the delegation of program-level responsibilities of the Federal-aid
highway system to States.
Categories: Transportation, Federal aid for highways, Federal aid for transportation, Federal aid to states, Federal funds, Federal grants, Federal/state relations, FHWA Federal-Aid
Highway Program, Fuel taxes, Funds management, Ground transportation, Highway Trust Fund, Public roads or highways, State aid, Trust funds, Use of funds
Most of the major highways in the disaster area are part of the Federal-Aid
highway system and are therefore eligible for assistance from the DOT through the Emergency Relief Program (ER) of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
In 2014 Hawaiis ability to continue to receive federal-aid
highways funds was at risk and FHWA and HDOT agreed to set a goal to bring the Pipeline balance down to $450 million by the end of federal fiscal year 2018.
Highway Program represents a unique Federal, State, and local partnership that is fundamental to building, maintaining, and rebuilding the Nation's highway and bridge infrastructure.
"Despite a subdued November, highway and bridge construction is likely to see further growth in the months ahead, given the 16% funding increase already approved for the federal-aid
highway program for the fiscal year 2001.
the genesee-finger lakes regional critical transportation infrastructure vulnerability assessment, completed in june 2016, analyzed the vulnerability of federal-aid
eligible roads and the bridges on those roads to hazard impacts.
On July 11, 2016, the Federal Highway Administration will celebrate the centennial of the Federal-Aid
The purpose of this SOQ is to select qualified Consultants to provide professional services to assist the County with specific tasks related to the construction and management of a number of federal-aid
and non-federal aid transportation projects within Bartow County
Many of those laws are worthy of landmark status, but two of them, the Federal Aid Road Act of 1916 and the Federal-Aid
Highway Act of 1956, stand out as keys to the agency's success.
*Required Contract Provisions for Federal-Aid
In 2013, the training team at the Ohio Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) Center, already responsible for coordinating more than 200 training sessions for 4,800 participants annually, confronted the seemingly impossible task of producing a 12-module course for local public agencies (agencies that receive funding through the Federal Highway Administration) on managing Federal-aid
projects in just 12 months--with no added staff and limited resources.
With the founding of AASHO, all of the pieces were in place to create the Federal-aid
Code requires the Secretary of Transportation to make an annual apportionment among the states of federal-aid
highway funds authorized to be drawn from the Highway Trust Fund.