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Welcome to the FHWA Arizona Division

Contact Info

Arizona Division
Federal Highway Administration
4000 N. Central Avenue, Ste. 1500
Phoenix, Arizona 85012-3500
Phone: (602) 379-3646
Fax: (602) 382-8998

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Division Offices are local field offices that provide leadership, guidance, and direction to State Departments of Transportation in the planning, construction and maintenance of transportation projects.

Working collaboratively with State partners, FHWA Division Offices ensure that the nation's roads, bridges and tunnels are safe and continue to support economic growth and environmental sustainability.  Additionally, to ensure accountability, the FHWA Division Offices work with the State to develop, track and analyze activities and recommend innovative techniques and strategies to improve the performance of the transportation system.

FHWA and its Division Offices are responsible for working with State Departments of Transportation to ensure that the nation's strategic investments preserve and modernize the U.S. highway system - and ultimately to save lives.


2015 Arizona Organizational
Excellence Award

Now Accepting Applications for
the 2016 Arizona Transportation
Partnering Excellence Award

Organizational Excellence Award 2016 Arizona Transportation 
Partnering Excellence Award, Application Due by December 5, 2016



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