- Briefing Room
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Federal Requirements
Training for Local and Tribal Agencies
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) annnouces new training to assist
local and Tribal agencies with applying for transportation funding under
the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). Approximately $567 billion is
available across all transportation models over five years with about $351 billion
of that for highway - specific programs.
Geosynthetics Mobile App
The Federal Highway Administration and the Geosynthetic Materials Association have
teamed up to provide a mobile application as a one stop resource on the various types and
functions of geosynthetic materials for use in road construction and maintenance projects.
The mobile app provides easy on-demand access to information whether you are in the office
or at a construction site. The app is available in both Apple Store and Google Play Store.
Celebrating 40 years of LTAP/TTAP
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is proud to
continue our support of the LTAP/TTAP network doing our part
to help grow the transportation workforce, encourage the use
of innovations in technology that improve safety, and provide
subject-matter support on transportation issues that help build communities.
Local Aid Support provides information, training and technical assistance to local governments, tribes and Federal land management agencies that will enhance roadway networks and create economic opportunity.
Build a Better Mousetrap is a national recognition program that highlights innovative solutions to everyday problems and issues in transportation. They can range from the development of tools, equipment modifications, to processes that increase safety, reduce cost, improve efficiency and the quality of transportation.