|1975||FHWA releases Your Rights and Benefits as a Highway Relocatee, a brochure intended to help those who are required to relocate because of Federal-aid highway construction.
"It is the policy of the Federal Highway Administration that displaced persons shall receive fair and humane treatment, and shall not suffer unnecessarily as a result of highway programs designed for the benefit of the public as a whole. The Uniform Relocation Act represents the most humane and just legislation on relocation assistance ever enacted by the Federal Government."
|1992||FHWA's Bert Schachnies of the Office of International Programs and Jim Sorenson of the Pavement Division return from Russia after a study tour that began on December 10. In addition to helping develop the basis for cooperation between the two countries on road technology, Schachnies performed a preliminary review of the Russian road construction industry. Sorenson contributed to a World Bank analysis of Russia's road needs, following up on work performed by the French Government.|