U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
Population (2012): 6,483,802
Land Area: 36,420 sq. miles
Annual VMT (2009): 76,628,000
FY 09 Apportionment: $988.7 million
Division Office FTEs: 24
This report summarizes accomplishments of the Indiana Division for Performance Year (PY) 2012. Division Leadership used the Indiana Division’s Performance Plan PY 2012 and Program Oversight Initiatives (POI) PY 2012 to guide their activities and set priorities throughout the year. The Division’s Performance Plan was aligned with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Strategic Plan. The Performance Objectives and Activities included in the Division’s Performance Plan contributed to achieving national transportation goals.
The Indiana Division delivers approximately a $988.7 million annual Federal-aid Highway Program in cooperation with our state and local partners, including the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), Indiana’s Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), and Local Public Agencies (LPAs).
The Federal-aid program assists our partners in managing Indiana’s transportation infrastructure which includes 97,066 miles of roadway with 2,844 miles designated as National Highway System (NHS) including 1,169 miles of Interstate highway. The infrastructure also includes approximately 18,500 bridges.
The Division has used its PY 2012 accomplishments to assess the state of Indiana’s compliance with Federal regulations and to enhance the abilities/knowledge of our Division staff.