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Deputy Federal Highway Administrator Brandye Hendrickson announced on Oct. 12 that Tom Everett will be FHWA’s next executive director, with his tenure starting on Oct. 22.

The agency said in a statement emailed to the AASHTO Journal that Everett will “oversee the day-to-day operations and management of FHWA and work directly with leadership in establishing and executing agency policies, strategic initiatives, and performance goals to accomplish national transportation priorities established by the U.S. Transportation Secretary.”

Everett is “a legend in the highway engineering community,” the agency noted in its statement, and has been a critical part of the agency’s leadership team for more than a decade.

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