"FHWA Works: How the Federal Highway Administration Helps When Disaster Strikes" shows how the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Emergency Relief Program plays a vital role in helping communities get back on their feet after natural disasters or catastrophic events.
This video series explains who we are—the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)—and how we serve you, the American public. These videos show how FHWA is helping states and local governments build highways faster, safer and more efficiently than ever before—saving you time and money while providing jobs that benefit communities and boost local economies.
This video series—produced in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Federal Highway Administration—is a visually pleasing overview of how the road and the environment interact with each other.
"Lifelines: Your National Forest Roads" explores the relationship between people and the land; past, present and future, as it relates to and celebrates the partnership of the USDA Forest Service, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Federal Lands Highway and state and local communities who provide continued stewardship and access to our national forests. These national forests are a treasure owned and accessible by everybody, with the USDA Forest Service providing stewardship for the last 100 years.