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Introduction - Our Nation's Highways: 2008 - FHWA
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Our Nation's Highways: 2008

Introduction

The Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Highway Policy Information (OHPI) establishes travel monitoring policy and guidelines, facilitates the application of technology, and collects and analyzes highway-related data from throughout the United States. These data include information about highway financing, motor fuel use, driver’s licensing, vehicle registration, traffic, and travel data. OHPI’s various publications provide information on the current state of highway operation as well as historical perspectives on our highway system. Our Nation’s Highways highlights the latest key facts on the U.S. highway system. This 2008 edition is reorganized to help readers locate information more easily. We hope this edition will continue to be a valuable resource for not only elected and appointed officials but also the public. David Winter Acting Director Office of Highway Policy Information.

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