Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act or "FAST Act"
On December 4, 2015, President Obama signed into law the Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act, or "FAST Act" – the first Federal law in over ten years to provide long-term funding certainty for surface transportation. The FAST Act authorizes $305 billion over fiscal years 2016 through 2020 for the Department's highway, highway and motor vehicle safety, public transportation, motor carrier safety, hazardous materials safety, rail, and research, technology and statistics programs. With its enactment, States and local governments may now move forward with critical transportation projects, like new highways and transit lines, with the confidence that they will have a Federal partner over the long term.
This web site will be your one-stop shop for information about the portions of the Act related to the Federal Highway Administration's Office of Operations. We will add information on a regular basis as implementation progresses, and we invite you to visit the site often.
For further information about all of the FHWA-related sections of the FAST Act, please visit https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/fastact/index.cfm. For additional details regarding the FAST Act, including provisions that impact other agencies within the U.S. Department of Transportation, please refer to the Department's FAST Act Web site.
Freight Management and Operations
- Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment Initiative (ATCMTD) – Contact David Harris at David.Harris@dot.gov for more information.
- Surface Transportation System Funding Alternatives (STSFA) – Contact Angela Jacobs at Angela.Jacobs@dot.gov for more information.
- Fact Sheet
- Notice of Funding Opportunity (FY 2017) – Grants.gov
- STSFA Program Information Webinar Recording – April 28, 2017
- FY 2017 Awards – Press Release
FY 2017 Grant Selections
|State DOT Recipients and Partners
|California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
||The project will explore mechanisms to collect revenue at pay-at-the-pump charging stations.
|Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)
||The project will investigate data collection mechanisms.
|Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) in partnership with the I-95 Corridor Coalition
||The project will study equitability and privacy issues in a multi-state region.
|Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT)
||The project will conduct public outreach on concerns related to equity and data security issues.
|Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)
||The project will initiate improvements to Oregon's existing road usage charge program.
|Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) in partnership with the Western Road User Charge Consortium (WRUCC)
||The project will launch a pilot between California and Oregon to connect the two states' per-mile road user charging systems, to ultimately expand the concept regionally.
|Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT) in partnership with the Washington State Transportation Commission (WSTC)
||The project will conduct public outreach with users regarding method for assessing and collecting fees.
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