U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is a major agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation. The top-level official of the FHWA is the Administrator, who reports directly to the Secretary of Transportation. FHWA is headquartered in Washington DC, with field offices in every state, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
FHWA is charged with the broad responsibility of ensuring that America's roads and highways continue to be the safest and most technologically up to date. Although state, local and tribal governments own most of the nation's highways, we provide financial and technical support to them for constructing, improving and preserving America's highway system. Our budget, which is funded by fuel and motor vehicle excise taxes, is divided primarily between two programs: (1) federal-aid funding to state and local governments, and (2) Federal Lands Highways funding for national parks, national forests, Indian lands, and other land under federal stewardship.
The DelMar Division of the FHWA does not build or repair roads in the state. Rather, it provides funding for qualifying state and local highway and other related transportation projects. In addition, the Division offers technical assistance and oversight to ensure federal requirements are met, such as the provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969.
The DelMar Division will be the choice Division in FHWA in organization excellence and providing a superior highway system to its citizens.
We provide leadership in achieving the agency’s strategic goals and stewardship in administering the Federal-aid program in DelMar. We will carry out this mission in cooperation with our internal and external partners.
Ethics, fairness and honesty define the way we do our work and conduct ourselves.
We anticipate and efficiently respond to our internal and external customer and partner needs. We carry out our responsibilities in a Timely and Quality manner and hold ourselves accountable.
We are committed to the pursuit of excellence and the highest professional standards. We demonstrate enthusiasm, energy, and pride in carrying out our responsibilities.
We value individual diversity and the unique skills, strengths, and background of our employees. We treat each others in a polite and courteous manner as we would wish to be treated.
We embrace change, and demonstrate the flexibility and attitude need to respond to change effectively and help our organization improve its performance.
We maximize our collective talents through teamwork/building and partnerships based on mutual trust, respect, support, cooperation, and communication.
We are committed to nurture leadership, technical, and professional skills in our employees.
We support, care about, listen to and respond to employees and their family needs.
The current DelMar Division organizational structure is depicted on the organizational chart below.
Use the links below to view a description of each team along with their roles and responsibilities.