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MEMORANDUM
Subject: INFORMATION: Division K, Title I, FHWA, Federal-Aid Highways (Additional Obligation Limitation) (Highway Trust Fund) of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008 (P.L. 110-161) Date: April 25, 2008
From: /s/ Original Signed by
M. Myint Lwin, P.E., S.E.
Director, Office of Bridge Technology
Reply to:
Attn. of:
HIBT-30
To: Division Administrators

In the March 27, 2008, memorandum that transmitted information on the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008, Federal Highway Administration, Federal-Aid Highways (Additional Obligation Limitation) (Highway Trust Fund), the information supplied for the development of Table 1 of Attachment B contained errors for the FY 2005 Highway Bridge Program apportionment amounts. Attached is the revised Table 1 of Attachment B. State transportation departments should be notified of this change.

If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Everett Matias, (202) 366-6712, or Mr. Thomas Everett, (202) 366-4675, of my staff.

Attachment

cc:
Mr. Lemon HCC-1
Ms. Cellini HCC-10
Ms. Ro HCC-10
Ms. Sheridan HCF-1
Ms. Konove HCFB-1
Mr. Dailey HCFM-1
Ms. Jones HCFM-30
Ms. Kelly HCFM-30
Ms. Phillips HPL-1
Ms. Binder HPLS-1
Ms. Edwards HPLS-10
Ms. Walker HOA-2
Mr. Lawson HOA-1
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