Environmental Review Toolkit
Historic Preservation

Program Overview

The FHWA Historic Preservation and Archeology Program provides guidance and technical assistance to Federal, State, and local government staff regarding these Federal laws, as well as regulations, executive orders, policy, procedures, and training on topics related to historic preservation and cultural resources. This website provides information geared to the Federal-aid highway program and its related projects. Information contained on this website offers guidance, recommendations, and successful practices to help address historic preservation/cultural resource issues during the transportation project planning and development process. The Resources section of this website is designed to provide other useful information including, partner agencies, professional organizations, relevant legislation, publications, and conferences and meetings.

FHWA's Guidance on Historic Preservation and Archeology provides links to various guidance documents addressing issues associated with historic preservation. See the legislation related to protection of irreplaceable historic resources and find additional information under these topic areas:


FHWA Office of Project Development and Environmental Review, E76
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
David S. Clarke
Federal Preservation Officer
Federal Highway Administration
(202) 366-2060
Stephanie Stoermer
Federal Highway Administration
Resource Center
(720) 963-3218
Owen Lindauer, Ph.D. and RPA
Project Development Specialist/Archeologist
(202) 366-2655

For questions or feedback on this subject matter content, please contact David Clarke.

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