What did the federal aid highway act do?
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Which federal legislation improved transportation within the US?
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What bills were passed when Dwight Eisenhower was president?
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What bills did President Dwight D. Eisenhower sign?
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What did Eisenhower sign to provide miles of roads across the country?
What was The Interstate Highway System was authorized by the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 for the PRIMARY purpose of?
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How many jobs were created by federal highway aid?
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The interstate highway system was authorized by the federal-aid highway act of 1956 for the primary purpose of?
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What is the federal Elementary and Secondary Schools Act?
Which two laws helped transform American life in the 1950?
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In 1957 which American president created both interstate highway system and the Advanced Research project?
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How much money did the U.S. highway system receive from the government?
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Name the group of Federal and state laws of the HTS?
How does Hawaii have an interstate?
After Congress passed the Federal Aid Highway Act (FAHA) of 1956, Dwight David Eisenhower signed the bill into law. Hawaii actually has THREE "interstates": H1, H2, and H3, which connect vital military bases on the island of Oahu. Oddly, Alaska does NOT have a highway that is considered to be part of the interstate highway system.
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What is a service that the US federal government does provide to its citizens?
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What is the oldest interstate highway in the US?
The first completed section (i.e. open to traffic) was I-70 in Kansas. From the Federal Highway Administration's website: "On Nov. 14, 1956, Gov. Fred Hall participated in a ribbon-cutting to open the newly paved road, and a sign was posted, identifying this section of I-70 as the "first project in the United States completed under the provisions of the new Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956."