Shailen Bhatt was confirmed as the 21st administrator of the Federal Highway Administration by the U.S. Senate, the Department of Transportation announced Dec. 8.December 8, 2022
The highway policy committee in the Senate on Nov. 29 easily approved the nomination of Shailen Bhatt to manage the Federal Highway Administration.November 29, 2022
Rural bridges that carry freight are among this year’s winners of $18.4 million in federal grants awarded to states evaluating whether to refurbish aging ones or build new spans.
President Joe Biden’s choice to manage the national highway system pledged to promote safety along passenger and freight corridors and incorporate new technological features across the transportation landscape.September 14, 2022
President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Federal Highway Administration is scheduled to address this month the U.S. Senate committee on transportation policy.September 7, 2022
Public comment on a proposed federal regulatory and funding road map for setting up a national electric charging station infrastructure received mixed comments from a wide variety of interested parties.
Due to a lack of national standards and different practices at electric vehicle charging stations, the Federal Highway Administration is preparing to establish regulations that shape what those stations must be like in states that receive federal funds.
Key transportation stakeholders expressed support for President Joe Biden’s nomination of Shailen Bhatt to lead the Federal Highway Administration.July 27, 2022
The Federal Highway Administration has announced a notice of proposed rulemaking for states and municipalities to track and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.