U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) was established in 1967 as one of the operating administrations of the Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT). The agency has been in existence since 1893, and prior to 1967 was known by other names such as the Office of Road Inquiry and the Bureau of Public Roads. Through the years our name has changed, but our dedication to transportation in America has remained the same. FHWA's Vision is "Our Agency and Our Transportation System are the Best in the World." Our Mission is to improve mobility on our Nation's Highways through National Leadership, Innovation, and Program Delivery; and our FHWA Values are: Public Service, Integrity, Respect, Personal Development, Collaboration, and Family.
The FHWA is made up of Washington Headquarters, Resource Center, 52 Division Offices, 4 Metropolitan Offices and 3 Federal Lands Highway Offices.
For more on the origin, history, or organizational structure of the FHWA, Visit us at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/.
The Maine Division is located in Augusta, Maine. The Federal-aid section of the Maine Division Office has a staff of 13 professionals. If you have any questions relating to The Federal-aid Highway Program in Maine call us at (207) 622-8350.
As stewards of Maine's Federal Aid Highway Program Funds, our Mission is to deliver the Program in a manner consistent with our Vision, ensuring the taxpayers receive full value for their investment in our transportation system.