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Attachment 1 to Transferability of Apportioned Funds Between Programs Questions & Answers

Transferability of Apportioned Program Funding Under Section 126 of Title 23, United States Code, as Amended by Section 1509 of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21)

Apportioned Program Eligible for Transfers Between Apportioned Programs?
   
National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) (M001) Yes
NHPP Exempt from Obligation Limitation (M002) No
   
Surface Transportation Program (STP) Flexible (M240) Yes
STP – Urbanized Areas with Population Over 200K (M230) No
STP – Areas with Population Over 5K to 200K (M231) No
STP – Areas with Population 5K and Under (M232) No
STP Off-System Bridge Set-aside (M233) No
   
Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) (MS30) Yes
   
Railway-Highway Crossings – Hazard Elimination (MS40) No
Railway-Highway Crossings – Protective Devices (MS50) No
   
Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) (M400) Yes
CMAQ Set-aside for Particulate Matter (PM) 2.5 Projects (M003) No
   
Metropolitan Planning Program (M450) No
   
Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Flexible (M300) Yes
TAP – Urbanized Areas with Population Over 200K (M301) No
TAP – Areas with Population Over 5K to 200K (M302) No
TAP – Areas with Population 5K and Under (M303) No
   
Recreational Trails Program (RTP) (M940) No
Required 1% of RTP Returned to FHWA for Administration (M941) No
   
State Planning and Research (SRP) (M550) No
SPR Set-aside for Research, Development, & Tech. (RD&T) (M560) No
   
Various Penalty Set-aside Provisions (such as the High Risk Rural Roads Penalty Set-aside Provision) No
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