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Summary of Transportation Enhancement Apportionments, Rescissions, and Obligations (FY 1992-2013)

This table shows Transportation Enhancement funds available to the States, obligated (committed) for specific projects, and rescissions made in response to Congressional requirements to rescind Federal-aid highway program funds.

Definitions:
Apportionment: The distribution of funds as prescribed by a statutory formula. This table lists the amounts made available to States, after incorporating mandatory reductions taken across the entire Federal-aid highway program in FY 2002, 2003, and 2004. This table does not incorporate rescissions decided by the States.
Rescission: Funds rescinded by the States from amounts available for apportionment. There were rescissions in FY 2001-2011, but no additional rescissions in 2012.
Obligation: The Federal government's legal commitment (promise) to pay or reimburse the States or other entities for the Federal share of a project's eligible costs.
Obligation rate: Percent of obligations compared to the amount available (apportioned and allocated) to the State.
Percent Obligation Authority: Percentage of all Federal-Aid Highway Program authorizations available for obligation, by State, cumulative for FY 1992-2006. If a State's TE obligation rate is higher than the Percent Obligation Authority, then the State is obligating its TE funds at a higher rate than for the overall Federal-aid highway program. If a State's TE obligation rate is lower than the Percent Obligation Authority, then the State is obligating its TE funds at a lower rate than for the overall Federal-aid highway program.

Several States transferred TE funds to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for TE-eligible projects; these transfers are accounted for in FHWA's obligations. However, this table does not account for transfers from TE to other Federal-aid highway funding programs. For more information about transfers, see the latest Transportation Enhancements Spending Report.

State Apportionments
Before Rescissions
1992-2012
Total
Rescissions
1992-2011
Apportionments
After Rescissions
1992-2012
Obligations
1992-2013
Obligation
Rate Before
Rescissions
Obligation
Rate After
Rescissions
Percent Federal-Aid
Highway Program
Obligation Authority
1992-2006
Alabama $289,460,610 -$76,064,478.88 $213,396,131 $202,914,543 70.10% 95.09% 94.82%
Alaska 179,478,502 -25,870,408.47 153,608,094 150,347,010 83.77% 97.88% 99.71%
Arizona 263,986,438 -17,315,684.00 246,670,754 211,568,879 80.14% 85.77% 94.77%
Arkansas 194,375,794 -59,510,092.00 134,865,702 111,544,657 57.39% 82.71% 94.65%
California 1,273,482,639 -239,789,039.77 1,033,693,599 964,863,054 75.77% 93.34% 93.93%
Colorado 204,751,324 -29,578,078.54 175,173,245 140,964,921 68.85% 80.47% 94.84%
Connecticut 185,652,650 -49,388,278.32 136,264,372 121,157,932 65.26% 88.91% 95.82%
Delaware 70,568,183 -1,069,667.52 69,498,515 67,848,068 96.15% 97.63% 94.23%
Dist Columbia 59,944,156 -16,388,617.02 43,555,539 38,949,346 64.98% 89.42% 94.84%
Florida 794,953,272 -110,489,448.00 684,463,824 659,919,202 83.01% 96.41% 94.54%
Georgia 542,114,687 -109,539,072.04 432,575,615 332,566,114 61.35% 76.88% 94.33%
Hawaii 92,415,839 -10,043,694.15 82,372,145 68,707,123 74.35% 83.41% 93.93%
Idaho 104,820,150 -30,367,947.83 74,452,202 59,212,290 56.49% 79.53% 94.34%
Illinois 523,784,034 -47,795,857.60 475,988,176 336,707,102 64.28% 70.74% 94.49%
Indiana 375,516,471 -9,295,182.92 366,221,288 323,233,157 86.08% 88.26% 94.37%
Iowa 187,812,314 -5,486,083.00 182,326,231 166,452,678 88.63% 91.29% 94.99%
Kansas 185,512,943 -5,453,024.00 180,059,919 153,379,271 82.68% 85.18% 95.34%
Kentucky 234,346,035 -9,072,704.42 225,273,331 177,178,022 75.61% 78.65% 94.71%
Louisiana 211,571,976 -67,177,542.89 144,394,433 130,683,454 61.77% 90.50% 96.21%
Maine 70,763,486 -8,699,085.88 62,064,400 60,273,417 85.18% 97.11% 94.88%
Maryland 212,018,102 -12,501,190.00 199,516,912 150,401,079 70.94% 75.38% 95.22%
Massachusetts 220,556,368 -51,692,239.55 168,864,128 105,857,771 48.00% 62.69% 97.99%
Michigan 455,658,239 -79,277,116.32 376,381,123 364,906,503 80.08% 96.95% 94.43%
Minnesota 277,280,984 -23,270,419.71 254,010,564 222,458,418 80.23% 87.58% 94.95%
Mississippi 186,334,501 -4,450,568.00 181,883,933 139,395,033 74.81% 76.64% 95.43%
Missouri * 326,641,212 -13,610,084.98 313,031,127 268,620,193 82.24% 85.81% 94.57%
Montana 118,699,556 -15,812,340.00 102,887,216 88,218,192 74.32% 85.74% 95.18%
Nebraska 128,021,864 -40,467,005.44 87,554,859 80,499,415.10 62.88% 91.94% 95.02%
Nevada 110,617,701 -31,680,484.37 78,937,217 74,137,182.29 67.02% 93.92% 97.58%
New Hampshire 72,749,233 -3,338,151.00 69,411,082 59,186,733.49 81.36% 85.27% 95.54%
New Jersey 306,902,428 -54,503,476.98 252,398,951 174,042,126.26 56.71% 68.96% 94.66%
New Mexico 140,999,519 -31,649,484.17 109,350,035 103,133,988.00 73.14% 94.32% 94.48%
New York 533,283,660 -64,953,019.00 468,330,641 363,266,168.00 68.12% 77.57% 94.27%
North Carolina 409,988,230 -74,594,085.68 335,394,144 317,528,296.00 77.45% 94.67% 94.37%
North Dakota 90,851,456 -18,325,406.56 72,526,049 70,629,005.26 77.74% 97.38% 94.31%
Ohio 484,913,356 -63,132,111.84 421,781,244 369,789,829.81 76.26% 87.67% 94.67%
Oklahoma 250,560,121 -81,422,152.81 169,137,968 150,874,262.43 60.21% 89.20% 95.56%
Oregon 168,983,430 -43,859,547.51 125,123,882 114,518,712.74 67.77% 91.52% 94.08%
Pennsylvania 438,031,172 -14,211,175.90 423,819,996 409,839,356.14 93.56% 96.70% 93.53%
Puerto Rico 15,520,839 0 15,520,839 15,520,839.00 100.00% 100.00%  
Rhode Island 65,576,923 -1,700,022.25 63,876,901 61,949,114.19 94.47% 96.98% 95.52%
South Carolina 258,401,312 -61,040,356.00 197,360,956 175,434,045.12 67.89% 88.89% 95.08%
South Dakota 104,176,951 -47,103,596.64 57,073,354 48,061,671.55 46.13% 84.21% 94.83%
Tennessee * 314,832,835 -46,690,108.83 268,142,726 215,408,998.00 68.42% 80.33% 94.45%
Texas * 1,243,106,459 -392,614,257.02 850,492,202 624,100,658.25 50.20% 73.38% 94.51%
Utah 110,836,437 -7,683,353.01 103,153,084 96,889,272.31 87.42% 93.93% 95.3%
Vermont 65,994,579 -768,124.00 65,226,455 55,220,763.32 83.67% 84.66% 96.44%
Virginia * 359,072,421 -19,572,707.00 339,499,714 291,460,138.23 81.17% 85.85% 94.08%
Washington 230,851,520 -30,847,083.52 200,004,436 164,990,975.13 71.47% 82.49% 96.66%
West Virginia 113,783,512 -4,966,080.00 108,817,432 98,462,750.00 86.54% 90.48% 95.78%
Wisconsin 332,596,335 -156,452,167.66 176,144,167 168,817,270.50 50.76% 95.84% 94.75%
Wyoming 73,980,024 -43,258.00 73,936,766 72,835,267.99 98.45% 98.51% 94.61%
Total to States 14,266,006,103 -2,420,625,161.00 11,845,380,942 10,194,769,629.78 71.46% 86.07% n/a

** Puerto Rico was eligible for TE only in 1992-1997; the Percent Obligation Authority is not applicable.

Updated: 11/14/2013
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