National Highway Institute Law and Legal Definition
The National Highway Institute (NHI) is a component of the Federal Highway Administration. It is tasked with the responsibility of improving the performance of the transportation industry through training.
The NHI provides transportation related training in different formats to improve the transportation industry. The training may be online or classroom based. The Institute also conducts free Web-based seminars and provides asynchronous training materials.
The NHI aims to:
Train the present and future transportation workforce.
Provide training that addresses the full life cycle of the highway transportation system.
Transfer knowledge quickly and effectively to and among transportation professionals.
NHI works in co-operation with many organizations to satisfy the training and educational needs of the transportation workforce. It works with state and local governments.
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