The Montana Department of Transportation is responsible for planning and designing, contract administration, materials design and testing, property acquisition, fiscal programming and cost accounting, and motor fuel collection and enforcement. It maintains a transportation commission board that consists of various members appointed by the governor. The commission handles the selection and prioritization of projects for construction and maintenance, allocation of federal-aid highway funds and designation of highways by system. The Montana Department of Transportation supports a statewide transportation improvement program that identifies highway, rail, aeronautic, and transit improvements to preserve and improve the transportation system. It operates an equipment bureau that surpluses equipment through the department of administration's property and supply bureau. The department additionally offers information regarding safety, aviation, vehicle registration and public transportation. The Montana Department of Transportation maintains an office in Butte, Mont.