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Federal Highway Administration Research and Technology
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Research and Technology Agenda

 

Meeting the Challenges

FHWA's Offices and Programs are Meeting Today's Highway Challenges Through Research

Performance-based systems use data and advanced reporting practices to better manage and maintain our roads.
Infrastructure
Improved tools and training help transportation agencies deliver projects on time and within budget.
Operations
Improved construction and maintenance practices help reduce traffic congestion and travel delays.
Safety
Advanced materials and processes reduce our impact on the environment.
Federal Lands
Planning, Environment, and Realty
Policy
Exploratory Advanced Research
Innovative Program Delivery

 

FHWA defines objectives and strategies that guide research, development, and deployment activities across eight groups of offices and programs.. Each group targets one or more of the Nation's six key highway challenges.

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