|U.S. Department of Transportation|
|Federal Highway Administration|
|ACTION: Cancellation of Outdated FHWA Directives||Date:||November 8, 2004|
|From:||Michael J. Vecchietti
Associate Administrator for Administration
|Reply to Attn. of:||HAIM-12|
|To:||Mary E. Peters
Federal Highway Administrator
Attached for your approval is a listing of outdated FHWA directives that need to be formally canceled since they have become obsolete and/or are no longer required.
The outdated documents consist of 4 orders, which are the Agency's internal directives that issue permanent or long-term policy and procedures. Since the orders on the attached listing were originally signed by the Federal Highway Administrator, we are requesting your approval to cancel them. Following your approval, these outdated directives will be deleted from the current directives inventories effective the date of your signature, and they will be moved to the "cancelled" section of the directives web site.
FHWA Orders To Be Cancelled
The following FHWA orders are being formally cancelled because they are obsolete and are no longer required:
FHWA Order 2-1.2, Joint FHWA/NHTSA Communications, dated December 20, 1972.
FHWA Order 3902.3, Occupational Safety Inspections and Abatements, dated May 5, 1978.
FHWA Order 4400.2, Acquiring Commercial or Industrial Products and Services, dated May 15, 1981.
FHWA Order 4230.1, Federal Highway Administration Internal Energy Conservation Programs, dated September 15, 1980.