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FHWA Electronic Centralized Agreement Library (E-CAL)

E-CAL is the Federal Highway Administration's Electronic Centralized Agreement Library that contains documentation on a variety of formal agreements that FHWA has entered into with other organizations. E-CAL provides a single source for agreement information and facilitates updates to agreements on a continuing basis. (Read More About E-CAL)


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Office Purpose Organization Date Executed
HAD01 Office of Administration  To delineate an automated staffing services agreement between the FHWA (serving as the Executive Agent for DOT Automated Staffing) and the SLSDC.  Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation  10/1/05 
HAD02 Office of Administration  To delineate an automated staffing services agreement between the FHWA (serving as the Executive Agent for DOT Automated Staffing) and the FRA.  Federal Railroad Administration  10/1/05 
HAD03 Office of Administration  To delineate an automated staffing services agreement between the FHWA (serving as the Executive Agent for DOT Automated Staffing) and the FTA.  Federal Transit Administration  10/1/05 
HAD04 Office of Administration  To delineate an automated staffing services agreement between the FHWA (serving as the Executive Agent for DOT Automated Staffing) and the MARAD.  Maritime Administration  10/1/05 
HAD05 Office of Administration  To delineate an automated staffing services agreement between the FHWA (serving as the Executive Agent for DOT Automated Staffing) and the NHTSA .  National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA).  10/1/05 
HAD06 Office of Administration  To delineate an automated staffing services agreement between the FHWA (serving as the Executive Agent for DOT Automated Staffing) and the PHMSA.  Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA).  10/1/05 
HAD07 Office of Administration  To delineate an automated staffing services agreement between the FHWA (serving as the Executive Agent for DOT Automated Staffing) and the RITA.  12345  10/1/05 
HAD10 Office of Administration  To delineate an automated staffing services agreement between the FHWA (serving as the Executive Agent for DOT Automated Staffing) and the PHMSA.    10/1/05 
HCR01 Civil Rights  To further the objectives of Section 140 of Title 23 of the United States Code and of Section 205 of Executive Order 11246. This Order prohibits employment discrimination by federal contractors and subcontractors, and federally-assisted construction contractors, and authorizes the Secretary of Labor to administer and enforce the Order. 23 USC 140 requires the Secretary of Transportation prior to approving federal-aid highway projects, to receive assurances, from each State that employment on such projects will be provided in a non-discriminatory manner.  Department of Transportation (Office of the Secretary); Secretary, Department of Labor  12/7/79 
HCR02 Civil Rights  To advance the cause of equal employment opportunity (EEO) with respect to the internal employment practices of State Departments of Transportation.  Department of Transportation: Office of the Secretary, Federal Railroad Administration, Urban Mass Transportation Administration   
HEP01 Planning, Environment & Realty  To promote greater coordination of efforts to improve the Nation's public infrastructure by providing a quality training system for our customers. Joint partnership activities will be centered on educational and training needs, training outreach and proactive training activities. The FHWA and IRWA commit themselves to creating a training system to address FHWA's Strategic Plan that will provide a framework for right of way training necessary to assure that FHWA, State/Local and other Federal agency personnel will have access to the best training system possible.  International Right of Way Association  6/14/99 
HEP02 Planning, Environment & Realty  Both agencies recognize the need for streamlined, nationally consistent procedures by which the FHWA may appropriate National Forest System lands for the use of Interstate and certain highways under 23 U.S.C. This MOU provides procedures to reduce the time and effort involved in processing Federal land transfers for public purposes, and includes measures to protect the public interest.  Department of Agriculture Forest Service   8/20/98 
HEP03 Planning, Environment & Realty  To emphasize our continued commitment to binational planning and to provide additional focus areas for the Joint Working Committee. This MOU dated October 12, 2000, replaces the April 29, 1994 MOU on the same subject. The JWC was established to coordinate binationally the various planning processes for border transportation activites.  Mexican Secretariat of Communications and Transportation  4/29/94 
HEP05 Planning, Environment & Realty  To reduce the time spent by State DOTs in project review, consultation, and processing of transportation enhancement activities. This agreement encourages local coordination and public participation in processing transportation enhancement activities to reduce the processing time for projects.  National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers; Advisory Council on Historic Preservation  6/1/97 
HEP06 Planning, Environment & Realty  To provide an expeditious alternate method for consideration of cultural resources which are discovered after construction has started.  Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service; National Conference of SHPOs  10/28/80 
HEP07 Planning, Environment & Realty  To establish the Federal Interagency Committee for the management of noxious and exotic weeds. It will work cooperatively to accomplish an ecological and integrated approach to the management of noxious and exotic weeds on Federal and private lands.  USDA, DOE, DOD, DOI  4/27/94 
HEP10 Planning, Environment & Realty  To ensure the proper implementation of the transportation conformity rule's provisions through better and more efficient EPA and DOT consultation in order to facilitate timely conformity decisions. It also ensures that integrated transportation and air quality planning and project development processes will be achieved in a timely way, through the transportation conformity and State Implementation Plan (SIP) development processes.  Federal Transit Administration, Environmental Proection Agency  4/9/00 
HEP11 Planning, Environment & Realty  To enhance the collaboration and cooperation of the USDOT and Transport Canada on planning transportation infrastructure, border/corridor projects, mapping freight flows and data collection, development of a common North American ITS architecture and standards, uniform approaches to expedited processing of commercial vehicles through the border, increased the degree and speed of communications and establish regular communications.  Transport Canada  4/19/00 
HEP12 Planning, Environment & Realty  To foster cooperation and joint activites along the Selma to Montgomery Historic Trail and the Selma to Montgomery All-American Road. The FHWA and NPS will coordinate program plans, resources, and technical assistance associated with designation of US 80 from Selma to Montgomery as an All-American Road and a National Historic Trail.  Department of Interior, National Park Service  1/15/97 
HEP14 Planning, Environment & Realty  To encourage long-term interagency coordination and cooperation under the authorities of the National Trails System Act to enhance visitor satisfaction, to coordinate trailwide administration and site-specific management, to protect resources, to promote cultural values, to foster cooperative relationships, to share technical expertise, and to fund lands and resources associated with the National Trails.  United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, United States Fish and Wildlife Service; United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service; United States Department of the Army Corps of Engineers  10/3/06 
HEP17 Planning, Environment & Realty  To encourage a voluntary association of Federal agencies to work together in the development of a full range of coordinated training opportunities and resource information for agency staff and partners to responsibly manage all types of trails throughout America.  Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, USDA Forest Service, US Army Corps of Engineers, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  9/30/09 
HEP18 Planning, Environment & Realty  To outline relationships, roles, and responsibilities between the FHWA Office of Planning and FTA Office of Systems Planning on the general conduct of business in joint areas of planning program administration, with an emphasis on: (a) planning program oversight and stewardship and (b) transportation planning capacity building.  FTA Office of Planning and Environment (Office of Systems Planning).  2/11/05 
HEP19 Planning, Environment & Realty  Identify who will carry out the study and what funds will be used to do so.  Delta Regional Authority  5/23/06 
HEP20 Planning, Environment & Realty  : Identify who will carry out the study and what funds will be used to do so.  Georgia Department of Transportation  6/1/06 
HFLA01 Federal Lands Highway  Establishes procedures for administration of the park road and parkway program. This agreement was developed to implement park roads and parkways category under the Federal Lands Highways Program (FLHP) which was established with the 1982 Surface Transportation Assistance Act. The FHWA has the responsibility for program oversight and will provide engineering, planning, design, and construction services through the Federal Lands Highway Divisions. The NPS is responsible for the transportation planning and environmental process including protection of park values.  Department of Agriculture, National Park Service  5/19/83 
HFLA02 Federal Lands Highway  To establish the general framework for cooperatively developing and implementing a highway safety program on park roads and parkways. NPS and FHWA jointly develop highway safety programs consist with 23 USC Sections 204 and 402. NPS implements and administers safety programs and provides annual reports. FHWA provides technical assistance as appropriate.  National Park Service  7/7/99 
HFLA03 Federal Lands Highway  Develop and implement integrated transportation planning procedures within the Department of Interior (DOI), National Park Service. This MOU sets forth general terms and conditions for cooperatively developing and integrating transportation planning within the DOI pursuant to an initiative jointly undertaken by the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Transportation in response to the President's April 22, 1996, memorandum to develop a plan for a comprehensive effort to improve public transportation in the National Parks and to fulfill provisions of 23 USC 204(a) and 16 USC 1. This agreement expands on the May 19, 1983, park road and parkway MOA with the National Park Service.  Department of Transportation, Office of the Secretary; Department of Interior, National Park Service  11/25/97 
HFLA04 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the FHWA and NPS will administer emergency relief funding for Federal roads not on the Federal-aid system. This agreement covers emergency relief for the repair of reconstruction of Parkways and Park roads and trails that have been declared to have suffered serious damage as the result of a natural disaster over a wide area or catastrophic failure from any causes. The FLH Divisions have the responsibility to administer the emergency program at the field level. Funds for this program are provided under Title 23 United States Code 125. Amendment No. 1 delegated program determination authority to the FLH Divisions.  National Park Service  6/23/79 
HFLB01 Federal Lands Highway  Implements the Federal Lands Highways Program (FLHP) for Indian Reservation Roads (IRR) as required by the STAA of 1982. FLHP provides engineering assistance. Federal-aid Divisions assist in reviewing and approving PS&E's developed by BIA. Amendment 1 implemented ISTEA provisions 23 USA 144(c)(3)[bridge inspection and rating] and 144(g)(4). The 23 USC 144(g)(4) was in TEA-21. This MOU is to be revised after negotiated regulations for IRR program is completed in FY 2000.  Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs  5/24/83 
HFLB02 Federal Lands Highway  Sets forth policies, procedures and responsibilities for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the FHWA and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the administration of the Indian Highway Safety Program authorized by 23 USC 402(i). Applications received from interested tribes are screened and approved by the BIA on the basis of need and priority. These projects are included in the IHSP which is submitted annually for approval by FHWA and NHTSA and subsequent transfer of funds to BIA. Programs are approved in Washington and technical assistance is provided by field offices.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; Bureau of Indian Affairs  5/15/74 
HFLB03 Federal Lands Highway  To jointly identify, inventory, rate, evaluate and develop a report on the condition of all Indian Reservation Roads on Indian Reservations (BIA owned).  Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs  9/25/73 
HFLB04 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the FHWA and the BIA will administer emergency relief for Federal roads not on the Federal-aid system. The agreement addresses the authority to make findings for emergency relief for the repair of reconstruction of Indian reservation roads and bridges that have been declared to have suffered serious damage as a result of a natural disaster over a wide area of catastrophic failure. The Federal Lands Highway Divisions have the responsibility to administer the emergency relief at the field level. Funds for this program are provided under Title 23 United States Code 125. Amendment 1 delegated this authority.  BIA  2/5/79 
HFLC01 Federal Lands Highway  Establishes procedures between FHWA and the Forest Service for coordinating the planning, reconnaissance, location, design, construction, signing and consideration of social, economic and environmental effects related to Forest Highway use and occupancy of National Forest lands.  Department of Agriculture, Forest Service  5/11/81 
HFLC02 Federal Lands Highway  Outlines the general agreement and procedures that FHWA (formerly Bureau of Public Roads) and Forest Service will undertake surveys, plans, estimates, designs and construction of certain forest development roads and bridges.  Department of Agriculture, Forest Service; Department of Commerce  8/22/56 
HFLC03 Federal Lands Highway  To identify the elements of the highway-related safety and National Bridge Inspection program standards which apply to forest development roads under the jurisdiction of the Forest Service.  Forest Service  10/14/75 
HFLC04 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the Forest Service and the FHWA will administer emergency relief funds under the Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads (ERFO) Program. The agreement addresses the authority to make findings for emergency relief for the repair or resonstruction of forest service roads that have been declared to have suffered serious damage as a result of a natural disaster over a wide area of catastrophic failure. The Federal Lands Highway Divisions have the responsibility to administer the emergency relief at the field level. Funds for this program are provided under Title 23 United States Code 125.  Forest Service  5/30/00 
HFLD01 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the FHWA and the BLM will undertake transportation planning to develop a system of Land Management Highways (State and local roads) that serve BLM lands.  Bureau of Land Management  10/29/93 
HFLD02 Federal Lands Highway  To establish general procedures under which work is performed by the FHWA for BLM to design and construct Public Lands Development Roads (BLM-owned roads).  Bureau of Land Management  6/6/78 
HFLD03 Federal Lands Highway  To prescribe the elements of the Highway Safety Program Standards administered by the FHWA which are applicable to the BLM on public lands development roads.  Bureau of Land Management  6/22/84 
HFLD04 Federal Lands Highway  Identifies and sets forth the joint and individual responsibilities and procedures of the BLM and the FHWA in the implementation of legistlation concerned with the construction and improvement of Public Lands Development Roads and Trails. (Note, this MOA does not pertain to FHWA design and construction assistance.)  Bureau of Land Management  2/26/82 
HFLD05 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the FHWA and the BLM will administer emergency relief for Federal roads not in the Federal-aid system. This MOA covers emergency relief for the repair of reconstruction of BLM-owned roads and trails that have been declared to have suffered serious damage as the result of a nature disaster over a wide area or catastrophic failure. The Federal Lands Highway Divisions have the responsibility to administer the emergency relief at the field level. Funds for this program are provided under Title 23 United States Code 125.  Bureau of Land Management  3/6/79 
HFLE01 Federal Lands Highway  Documents the processes and responsibilities of each agency in meeting the Refuge Road Program requirements of 23 USC relating to the Refuge Road Program under the Federal Lands Highway Program. It outlines roles and responsibilities of FHWA and FWS to plan, design, and repair/improve (no new roads) refuge roads serving wildlife refuges only.  Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service  4/12/99 
HFLE02 Federal Lands Highway  To establish the general framework for cooperatively developing and implementing a highway safety program that will reduce the number of traffic accidents, fatalities, injuries and property damage resulting therefrom, on roads owned by the FWS.  Fish and Wildlife Service  4/14/99 
HFLE03 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the FWS and the FHWA will administer emergency relief funds under the Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads (ERFO) Program. This agreement covers emergency relief for the repair or reconstruction of refuge roads that have been declared to have suffered serious damage as the result of a natural disaster over a wide area or catastrophic failure from any causes. The Federal Lands Highway Divisions have the responsibility to administer the emergency relief at the field level. Funds for this program are provided under Title 23 United States Code 125.  Fish and Wildlife Service  4/29/98 
HFLF01 Federal Lands Highway  To implement National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS) by providing procedures to ensure safety of bridges on public roads under the jurisdiction of the U. S. Government. It includes the processes and responsibilities of each agency to meet the requirements including in 23 USC 151 for NBIS.  Bureau of Reclamation  3/12/99 
HFLF02 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the Bureau of Reclamation and the FHWA will administer emergency relief funds under the Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads (ERFO) Program. This agreement covers emergency relief for the repair of reconstruction of public roads that have been declared to have suffered serious damage as the result of a natural disaster over a wide area or catastrophic failure from any causes. The Federal Lands Highway Divisions have the responsibility to administer the emergency relief at the field level. Funds for this program are provided under Title 23 United States Code 125.  Bureau of Reclamation  8/12/99 
HFLG01 Federal Lands Highway  To describe procedures to implement the National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS). The program agreement provides procedures to ensure safety of bridges on public roads under the jurisdiction of the U. S. Government. It includes the processes and responsibilities of each agency to meet the requirements under 23 USC 151 for NBIS.  Tennessee Valley Authority  3/29/99 
HFLH01 Federal Lands Highway  To describe procedures to implement the National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS). The program agreement provides procedures to ensure safety of bridges on public roads under the jurisdiction of the U. S. Government. It includes the processes and responsibilities of each agency to meet the requirements under 23 USC 151 for NBIS.  U. S. Army Corps of Engineers  6/8/99 
HFLI01 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) and the FHWA will administer emergency relief funds under the Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads (ERFO) Program. This agreement covers emergency relief for the repair of reconstruction of military installation roads that have been declared to have suffered serious damage as the result of a natural disaster over a wide area or catastrophic failure from any causes. The Federal Lands Highway Divisions have the responsibility to administer the emergency relief at the field level. Funds for this program are provided under Title 23 United States Code 125.  Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command  4/10/12 
HFLJ01 Federal Lands Highway  To describe procedures to implement the National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS). The program agreement provides procedures to ensure safety of bridges on public roads under the jurisdiction of the U. S. Government. It includes the processes and responsibilities of each agency to meet the requirements under 23 USC 151 for NBIS.  U. S. Army  5/3/99 
HFLJ02 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the U. S. Department of the Army and the FHWA will administer emergency relief funds under the Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads (ERFO) Program. This agreement covers emergency relief for the repair or reconstruction of Public Lands Highways that have been declared to have suffered serious damage as the result of a natural disaster over a wide area or catastrophic failure from any causes. The Federal Lands Highway Divisions have the responsibility to administer the emergency program at the field level. Funds for this program are provided under Title 23 United States Code 125.  U. S. Army Corps of Engineers  6/30/00 
HFLM01 Federal Lands Highway  To address long-term agriculture transportation and rural passenger and freight mobility challenges. This joint effort is intended to eliminate duplicate activities and result in mutually beneficial assistance to each party's constituences.  Department of Agriculture  8/7/98 
HFLN01 Federal Lands Highway  To establish interagency procedures through which the WAPA and the FHWA will administer emergency relief funds under the Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads (ERFO) Program. This agreement covers emergency relief for the repair of reconstruction of public roads that have been declared to have suffered serious damage as the result of a natural disaster over a wide area or catastrophic failure from any causes. The Federal Lands Highway Divisions have the responsibility to administer the emergency program at the field level. Funds for this program are provided under Title 23 United States Code 125.  Western Area Power Authority  2/14/00 
HIF01 Infrastructure  To foster interest in engineering careers and improve the skills of transportation professionals.  The National Society of Professional Engineers  7/24/98 
HRT01 Research, Development & Technology  To establish operating procedures between the FHWA, AASHTO and the TRB for the conduct of the NCHRP. Provides the administrative mechanism for the operation of the NCHRP which is administered by the Transportation Research Board.  American Association of Highway and Transportation Officials, Transportation Research Board  11/8/98 
HRT03 Research, Development & Technology  To govern the exercise of law enforcement authority by the CIA Security Protective Service at the FHWA's Turner Fairbank Highway Research Center.  Central Intelligence Agency  12/9/99 



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