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Mission Statement
The mission of the American Society of Highway Engineers is to provide a forum for members and partners of the highway industry that supports education, innovation, and fellowship; promoting a safe and efficient highway system for mobility now and in the future.

The realization of the enormous growth of the highway industry in the mid- 20th century, in particular, the inauguration and implementation of the National System of Interstate and Defense Highway Act of 1956, and the recognition that the knowledge for such a program could only be consummated by the whole-hearted and integrated efforts of all persons associated with the highway industry, led to the formation of the American Society of Highway Engineers, with the intent and determination to assume its responsibility for the development of the rapid growing demands of the highway industry.

The Society was incorporated in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1958 with the conception and inception of the first Chartered Section (Harrisburg Section) credited to a small group of dedicated engineers from the Pennsylvania Department of Highways, in association with a group of outstanding contractors, material suppliers, and consulting engineers in the Harrisburg area.

Both the National and Section Board of Directors consists of representatives of contractors, consulting engineers, government agencies, materials producers, utility companies, and other highway related agencies being duly elected Officers to serve the Society.

Membership (Presently 5,500+)
Being desirous of offering participation at all levels of responsibility, membership is available to everyone in the highway industry. Individuals who have practiced, or are now practicing in the highway industry are welcome to become a member of our organization.

The many and diverse benefits of a mutual desire among the members to cooperatively approach and solve the common concerns that must be faced has become manifest. The direction of the Society is presented by the goals in the Strategic Plan. The spirit of professional and personal fellowship has added to the strength of all.

Organization Structure
Region 1 Sections
Central Dacotah – Bismarck, North Dakota
Central Ohio – Columbus, Ohio
Cuyahoga Valley – Akron, Ohio
Lake Erie – Cleveland, Ohio
Northwest Ohio – Toledo, Ohio
Triko Valley – Cincinnati, Ohio
Western Reserve – Youngstown, Ohio

Region 2 Sections
Clearfield – Clearfield, Pennsylvania
Franklin – Franklin, Pennsylvania
Mid-Allegheny – Indiana, Pennsylvania

Region 3 Sections
N. Central West Virginia – Clarksburg, West Virginia
Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
S.W. Penn – Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Potomac Highlands – Keyser, WV

Region 4 Sections
Altoona – Altoona, Pennsylvania
Harrisburg – Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Region 5 Sections
E. Penn – Allentown/Reading, Pennsylvania
N.E. Penn – Scranton, Pennsylvania
Williamsport – Williamsport, Pennsylvania

Region 6 Sections
Delaware Valley – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
First State – Dover, Delaware
N. Central New Jersey – Newark, New Jersey
South New Jersey – Trenton, New Jersey
New York Metro

Region 7 Sections
Chesapeake – Baltimore, Maryland
Greater Hampton Roads – Chesapeake, Virginia
Old Dominion – Richmond, Virginia
Potomac – Washington, D.C.

Region 8 Sections
Carolina Piedmont – Charlotte, North Carolina
Carolina Triangle – Raleigh, North Carolina
Georgia – Atlanta, Georgia
Middle Tennessee – Nashville, Tennessee

Region 9 Sections
Central Florida – Orlando, Florida
Gold Coast – Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
N.E. Florida – Jacksonville, Florida
North Florida – Tallahassee, Florida
Tampa Bay – Tampa, Florida

If you desire additional information for a particular location, click on our home page, Local Sections, to access a particular Region/Section.