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Federal-Aid Highways: Federal Highway Administration Could Further Mitigate Locally Administered Project Risks
Lori Rectanus (au)
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) provides funding to states to build and maintain the nationäó»s roadways and bridges. States may then make federal funding available to a local public agency, such as a city or a county, to administer projects. FHWA estimates that 7,000 local public agencies administer such projects. FHWA has identified locally administered projects as an agency-wide, high-risk oversight area. This report reviewed FHWAäó»s oversight of locally administered projects. It examined: (1) what is known about federal-aid projects that local agencies administer; (2) what risks are presented by local agencies administering federal-aid projects and what is being done to mitigate risks; and (3) what challenges local agencies report in administering federal-aid projects. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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