STRAHNET

AcronymDefinition
STRAHNETStrategic Highway-corridor Network
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Preserving the Interstate System, enhancing the FAP routes of greatest federal interest -- about 114,000 miles (183,000 kilometers) out of 260,000 miles (418,000 kilometers) -- and maintaining STRAHNET were essential.
The System of Highways of National Significance would include the Interstate System, selected principal arterial highways, and STRAHNET. The federal share of costs would vary -- 90 percent for Interstate 3R work (resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation), 60 percent for construction of new facilities and improvement of NHS routes, and 50 percent for new toll road construction.
They consist of 1,900 miles of roads linking major military installations and other defense-related facilities to the STRAHNET corridors.
Although the states will designate the majority of NHS, the interstate system (45,300 mi or 72,900 km), the Strategic Highway Corridor Network (STRAHNET)(15,000 mi or 24,140 km), major STRAHNET connectors (2,200 mi or 3,540 km), and ISTEA-specified high-priority corridors (4,500 mi or 7,240 km) must be included.
The Intermodal and Statewide Programs Division works with the Military Traffic Management Command Transportation Engineering Agency (MTM-CTEA) to identify the Strategic Highway Network (STRAHNET) and connectors that serve major military installations and in implementing 16-foot vertical clearances on the Interstate System.
The Intermodal and Statewide Programs Division works with the Military Traffic Management Command Transportation Engineering Agency (MTMCTEA) to identify the Strategic Highway Network (STRAHNET) and connectors that serve major military installations and in implementing 16-foot vertical clearances on the Interstate System.