A project eligible for TAP funding must meet Federal environmental, project administration, and right-of-way requirements.
Archaeology and Historic Preservation
Provides guidance and technical assistance regarding Federal laws, regulations, executive orders, policy, procedures, and training on technical topics related to archaeology and historic preservation. See also FHWA's Preserve America Memorandum.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Guidance
Guidance and Policies to implement the Bicycle and Pedestrian Provisions of the Federal-aid Program, including design and accessibility issues.
Links to FHWA, Federal Transit Administration, and other USDOT policies, procedures, and guidance related to the environment and transportation.
Environmental Streamlining for Historic Preservation
Examples and Programmatic Agreements to expedite the environmental review process, while protecting and enhancing the environment.
Federal-aid Program Administration Guidance
Guidance on Federal-aid Programs, Stewardship and Oversight, and reconstruction requirements.
Flexible Funding for Highways, Transit, and Pedestrian and Bicycle Activities
A description of how FHWA programs provide flexibility for funding transportation projects.
Interim Policy on Acknowledgment Signs on Highway Rights-of-Way
The interim policy permits acknowledgment signs on highway rights-of-way, forbids advertising signs on the highway right-of-way, and restricts the placement of acknowledgment signs and messages from certain high risk areas.
Links to policy and resources on agricultural land, ecosystem management, water quality, and wildlife protection and habitat connectivity.
Outdoor Advertising Control Policy
History, overview, studies, and valuable insight into the Federal Outdoor Advertising Control Program.
Real Estate Policy and The Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 (Uniform Act)
Requirements and Guidance on Real Estate Acquisition and other Right-of-Way issues.
Recreational Trails Program Guidance
Guidance to help States and project sponsors meet Recreational Trail Program (RTP) requirements. Also provides best practices for trail accessibility, and trail design, construction, and maintenance.
Vegetation and Right of Way Management
The FHWA Roadside Vegetation Program serves as a technical resource for vegetation management.