1-meter)-long cut slope along the parkway released several large pieces of rock onto the shoulder and travel lanes, FHWA officials with the Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division (EFLHD) began exploring options to stabilize the slope.
What does EFLHD stand for?
EFLHD stands for Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division
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Through mutual agreement among all the parties, the FHWA's Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division will serve as project leader.
Technology deployment positions were created at the three FLH divisions: the Western Federal Lands Highway Division in Vancouver, WA; Central Federal Lands Highway Division in Lakewood, CO; and Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division in Sterling, VA.
The GW Parkway bridge project--spearheaded by the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division (EFLHD)--proceeded so smoothly that it won immediate praise from the media and the traveling public.
Recently FHWA's Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division carried out a simulation for several congressmen, involving a proposed tunnel for a section of E Street, which runs along the White House's south side.
AHDT was joined in this effort by the Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division (EFLHD) of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the U.
This gives FLH "a wide and diverse inventory," including bridges of various ages, types, and materials, said Marcus Miller, a structural engineer for the Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division (EFL).