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Question 1: In 1967 the BPR was transferred to the newly created FHWA, and was one of three original bureaus along with the Bureau of Motor Carrier Safety and the National Highway Safety Bureau (now known as ________).
Automobile safetyHeadlampNational Highway Traffic Safety AdministrationFederal Aviation Administration

Question 2: The MUTCD specifies such things as the size, color and height of ________.
Warning signSpeed limits by countryTraffic signTraffic light

Question 3: In 1939 the name was changed to Public Roads Administration (PRA) and it was shifted to the ________ (FWA).
Great DepressionFranklin D. RooseveltNational Park ServiceFederal Works Agency

Question 4: The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is a division of the United States Department of Transportation that specializes in ________ transportation.
MotorwayRoadFreewayHighway

Question 5: FHWA's role in the Federal-aid Highway Program is to oversee federal funds used for constructing and maintaining the National Highway System (primarily ________, U.S. Routes and most State Routes).
MarylandInterstate Highway SystemU.S. stateUnited States Numbered Highways

Question 6: In 1905 that organization's name was changed to the Office of Public Roads (OPR), and it became a division of the ________.
Economic Research ServiceNational Agricultural Statistics ServiceUnited States Department of the InteriorUnited States Department of Agriculture

Question 7: This funding mostly comes from the federal ________ and mostly goes to State departments of transportation.
Value added taxTax havenTax rates around the worldFuel tax
















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