Providing Safe and Innovative Roadways on Public Lands
Tennessee Highway 96, Double Arch Bridge, Natchez Trace Parkway, Tennessee.
The Art of Attractive Rockfall Mitigation
Contoured mesh, rock bolting, and sculpted stained shotcrete blend into the environment along the Ketchum-Challis Highway in Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Idaho.
Convict Lake Trail Reconstruction
In California's Inyo National Forest, FLH demonstrated that trails can be made more accessible for all users.
The Mobile Solution for Assessment Reporting (MSAR) software is supported by FHWA to provide a range of stakeholders, e.g., State Departments of Transportation, Federal Land Management Agencies, tribal governments, and FHWA employees, with a market-ready application that can be loaded on cell phones and tablets to make disaster data collection faster, easier and more efficient.
This video series explains who we are and how we serve you, the American public:
Who We Are & What We Do
Our Mission is to improve transportation to and within Federal and Tribal Lands by providing technical services to the highway/transportation community, as well as building accessible and scenic roads that ensure the many national treasures within our Federal Lands can be enjoyed by all. Learn more
For the Public
For Our Partners
- Tribal Transportation Self-Governance Program (TTSGP)
- FLH Stewardship and Oversight Guidance
- FLH Specifications (FP-14)
- FAST Act Transportation Program Information
- Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads (ERFO) Program Information
- FLH Bridge Data Management System
- 2016 Partner Feedback Report (Acrobat, 3.58 MB)