By now, you’re probably familiar with the Interstate Highway System (IHSA) as the nation’s major highway network, and with the fact that it has been the primary mode of transportation for the vast majority of the nation since it was built in the early 1960s.

You might even have heard of the IHSA and its interstates, and you probably know where the various highways go.

But what about the rest of the interstate system?

Is it really all that great?

Well, there’s a lot of other ways to look at it, of course.

For starters, the highway system can’t be reduced to a few major highways.

As such, there are many other major highways that are part of the system, which include Interstate 85, I-85E, I35E, the Interstate 80, I80E, and I80I.

It’s also worth noting that there are some other highway networks in the US that are a little smaller, or even nonexistent, like I-95, which is mostly the interstate for the southern portion of the state.

But for the majority of its length, the I-80 is the main highway system in the country, and it’s not hard to see why.

For the last few decades, the interstate has been undergoing a major transformation.

The interstate highway system has expanded and grown to include new modes of transportation, such as mass transit, a large portion of which is now built in conjunction with mass transit agencies, and a large number of highways that were built during the construction of the highway network.

In addition, many new bridges have been constructed to link the major interstate highways to other cities.

While some of the new roads and bridges have helped the interstate network, they’ve also been a huge financial drain on the IHS, which has been losing money on every new highway it has built.

In order to keep up with this growth, the federal government has been building more and more roads and roads have to be built.

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is responsible for funding new and existing highway projects, as well as providing incentives for private builders to build highways and road projects.

The Federal Highway Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act of 2018, which was signed into law on February 14, 2020, requires that new federal highways, highways and roads be built in accordance with the National Highway System Reform Act of 2017, which provides a five-year funding lifeline to the highway program.

While the federal highway program was created as a means to encourage private-sector involvement in building the interstate highway network in the 1960s, the new legislation was put into place to encourage a more sustainable future for the interstate.

The legislation, which will be formally signed into effect in 2019, calls for a $2.8 trillion funding lifeway for the IHH.

As part of this funding lifecycle, the National Highways and Highways Construction Fund, or NHHCF, was created to fund projects that are currently being funded by the Federal Highway Agency.

NHCMF funds are specifically allocated for construction of major interstate and interstates that are planned to be constructed during the 2020s and 2030s.

Currently, the majority (about 40%) of all the highway funds allocated to the NHHMF go to the Interstate Highways Program (IHP).

IHP has over $20 billion in annual funding from federal highway programs.

But in 2017, the NHCFMF was reduced to $1.9 billion.

The next big change in the interstate is the Highway Trust Fund (HTF).

The HTF was created in 2001 as a way to support future highway projects in the United States.

The HTP is the only federal highway funding program that does not go to building highways.

It is meant to support the development of highways and other transportation infrastructure that is essential to economic growth.

To this end, the HTP was established with a two-part goal: to ensure that the highways in the U.S. were built in a sustainable way and to build them in a way that would allow them to pay for themselves and that the federal transportation budget would not be impacted.

In order to meet these goals, the government has spent tens of billions of dollars on highway projects that have had significant negative impacts on the environment, on the health of the environment and the quality of life for the people who live and work in the communities that surround them.

A key part of these projects is the construction and expansion of major highways in order to improve the efficiency of the Interstate System.

While many of these highway projects have been criticized for the negative impacts they have on the land and water and the environment (not to mention the health and safety of people living and working near them), they have also been hailed for their benefits to the environment.

In fact, a study published in Environmental Research Letters found that the construction costs of new highways on federal lands in the Southwest have dropped by over 20%.

In addition to the environmental benefits,