We are initiating an audit of FHWA's oversight of structurally deficient bridges in the National Highway System to evaluate whether (1) these bridges have been inspected in accordance with national bridge inspection standards and (2) FHWA's oversi
We initiated an audit to evaluate FHWA’s oversight of the states’ processes and procedures for controlling, identifying, and tracking errors and omissions on major projects, as well as FHWA and the states’ progress in recovering costs resulting fr
We initiated a review of the 2003 Massachusetts Turnpike Authority’s finance plan for the Central Artery/Tunnel Project in Boston.
We performed a follow-up review of FHWA’s implementation of our recommendations from a July 2002 audit report regarding the recovery of excess reserves from the Owner-Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) of the Central Artery/Tunnel Project in Bost
We began an audit to identify: (1) the status of selected, major highway and transit projects in their final design and construction stages, and (2) the risks that may adversely affect these projects.
We conducted a risk assessment to assess the adequacy of state transportation agency controls over Federal-aid highway funds used for construction projects.
In response to a request from Reps.
The Inspector General testified before the House Transportation-Treasury Appropriations Subcommittee regarding cost drivers on Federal-aid highway projects and the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) oversight of Federal highway funds.
We found that the October 2002 finance plan for the Central Artery/Tunnel Project fairly represents the project’s costs and identifies adequate funding to cover them.
We will review the revised financial plan for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project.