- Briefing Room
U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
West Virginia Division
ADHS | Bridge | Civil Rights | Program Delivery (Design & Construction) | Environent | Finance | Planning | Realty | Safety | Technology Transfer | Traffic Operations & Intelligent Transportation Systems
Contact: Ron Krofcheck
The ADHS Program, implemented in cooperation with the Appalachian Regional Commission which is made up of federal, state and local partners, continues funding for the construction of the Appalachian corridor highways in West Virginia and 12 other states, to promote economic development and to establish a State-Federal framework to meet the needs of the region.
Contact: Bert Buchanan
The Bridge and Structures Program provides leadership, technical expertise, and program assistance on the Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program (HBRRP), the National Bridge Inspection Program (NBIP), and the National Bridge Inventory (NBI).
Contact: Jeff Robinette
The Civil Rights (CR) Program ensure fair and equitable treatment of all persons employed or affected by FHWA and the programs and activities of its recipients, sub-recipients, and contractors, irrespective of race, color, religion (in the context of employment), gender, national origin, age, or disability.
Contact: Ed Compton
The Design & Construction Program in coordination with the West Virginia Department of Transportation is responsible for assuring projects on the National Highway System (NHS) are developed, engineered and constructed in accordance with applicable design and construction standards with proper consideration to cost effectiveness.
Contact: Alison Rogers
The Environment Program ensures communities, the natural environment and our health are closely evaluated before transportation projects can move forward to construction. FHWA, in conjunction with the West Virginia Department of Transportation, must address the National Environmental Policy Act and all other applicable environmental laws and regulations related to the environment.
Contacts: Karen A. Holmes
The Finance Program in cooperation with the West Virginia Department of Transportation (WVDOT) facilitates the Federal-aid funding needed for delivery of the transportation program in the State of West Virginia. An array of innovative financing tools are available such as GARVEE’s, tolls, and other project-based revenue sources, in combination with new finance tools, can substantially increase state and local governments' ability to deliver projects.
Contact: Jason Workman
The Planning Program provides technical, administrative, and authoritative guidance to our planning partners, the West Virginia Department of Transportation, the seven Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), and local transportation officials in their implementation of the transportation planning process.
Contact: Jeff Robinette
The Right-of-Way Program is responsible for Federal oversight of eligible Real Estate and Right-of-Way functions for highway and transportation related projects throughout West Virginia. Working with our partners, the West Virginia Department of Transportation, we provide guidance and direction on: Acquisition and relocation functions under the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Act, Appraisal functions, Property Management, Right-of-Way disposal, Settlements, Advance acquisition of Right-of-Way, Air Space agreements, Corridor preservation, Federal Land transfers, Outdoor advertising control, and the Highway Beautification Act.
Contact: Jason Workman
The Safety Program, implemented in collaboration with our State and Local partners and others in the transportation community, to develop and promote programs and technologies to reduce the number of fatalities and injuries on our Nation’s roadways. In West Virginia, the various agencies that manage these funds and projects are members of the Highway Safety Management Task Force that promotes effective cooperation in these activities.
Contact: Kevin Burgess
The Technology Program, in cooperation with the West Virginia Department of Transportation (WVDOT), is responsible for carrying out the State Planning & Research Program (SPR) and the Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) in West Virginia. The SPR program provides the vehicle for the WVDOT to solve transportation issues through research. The LTAP program provides counties and cities access to modern highway technology. It aids in the development of local expertise in transportation and promotes cooperation between Federal, State, Local agencies.