Without your time, energy and support, our nation's federal highway system would not survive," the association said in a statement.
What does FHS stand for?
FHS stands for Federal Highway System
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- Military and Government
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We have 179 other meanings of FHS in our Acronym Attic
- Falmouth Historical Society
- Family Health Survey
- Family Healthcare Services (various locations)
- Family History Center
- Family Home Service
- Family Home Service (various organizations)
- Farmington High School (Farmington, NM)
- Farrington High School (Kalihi, Oahu, Hawaii)
- Faster, Higher, Stronger
- Fayetteville High School (Fayetteville, Arkansas)
- Fédération Haïtienne de Ski (French: Haitian Ski Federation)
- Feinstein High School (Providence, RI)
- Fellow of the Heraldry Society
- Fenton High School (Fenton, MI, USA)
- Ferndale High School
- Fernley High School (Fernley, NV)
- Fetal Heart Sounds
- Fetal Hydantoin Syndrome
- Field High School (Suffield, OH)
- File Hierarchy Standard
Samples in periodicals archive:
Back home, in the decades following Uncle Sam's first dance with the Saudi princes, government subsidized a petroleum-dependent infrastructure, creating automobile-centered suburbs connected by a massive federal highway system.
The government spends one hundred billion per year on the federal highway system.
US President-elect Barack Obama on Saturday vowed to make the single largest investment in the country's infrastructure since the 1950s when the federal highway system was created.
Montana’s ranching culture survived the end of the open range and the introduction of the federal highway system.
4 cents per gallon federal tax, unchanged in more than 10 years, essentially pays for the upkeep and expansion of the federal highway system.
Supporters say it's no different from funds used to build the federal highway system a generation ago, or the 36-cent tax per gallon that car drivers now pay at the pump for roads.
He noted that vehicle miles per year on the federal highway system increased 100 percent between 1970 and 1995.