U.S. Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration Forms

The U.S. Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is responsible for ensuring the safety and efficiency of the nation's highways. They work to develop and implement policies, programs, and regulations related to highway transportation in the United States. The FHWA focuses on a variety of areas including roadway design, construction and maintenance, traffic safety, transportation planning, and environmental issues. Their goal is to improve and maintain the quality and reliability of the nation's highway system for the benefit of the public.




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This form is used for the annual certification of enforcement by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). It ensures that the designated agency or organization is compliant with the laws and regulations related to transportation enforcement.

This form is used for claiming reimbursement for work done under the Federal Aid and Federal Highway Acts. It serves as a voucher to document the work performed and request payment.


This Form is used for the development and submission of utility accommodation policies for transportation projects. It helps ensure that utility companies comply with regulations and guidelines when working near or within transportation infrastructure.

This form is used for submitting an eligibility statement for utility adjustments. It is typically required for projects involving the relocation or adjustment of utilities on federally funded transportation projects.

This Form is used for conducting a detailed inspection of damages, such as those caused by accidents or natural disasters. It helps in documenting the extent of the damage and can be used for insurance claims or legal purposes.

This document is used for Federal-Aid Highway Construction Contractors to submit their annual EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) report to FHWA (Federal Highway Administration). This report assesses the contractor's compliance with EEO regulations and policies in their employment practices.

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