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This table shows the Recreational Trails Program 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.
|Total to States||1,226,098,711||-61,619,734.97||1,164,478,976||1,032,388,074||84.20%||94.97%|
Federal-aid Transfers (23 U.S.C. 126)
States may transfer Federal-aid highway program funds among Federal-aid categories under 23 U.S.C. 126 (HTML / PDF). These transfers are not included in the apportionments listed in the Table above. States could transfer RTP funds from FY 1998 through 2012.
Funds transferred to the RTP become RTP funds for the purpose of obligation: this may result in an obligation rate greater than 100 percent. Funds transferred from the RTP are no longer available for obligation under the RTP. Use the transfer figures below to calculate the true obligation rate.
* For example: Tennessee transferred Transportation Enhancement (TE) funds to the RTP in several years: FY 2000: $448,112 / FY 2001: $661,701 / FY 2002: $790,617 / FY 2003: $225,547 / FY 2007: $100,000 / FY 2008: $277,778 / TOTAL: $2,503,755. After accounting for these transfers: Tennessee's funds available before rescissions would be $17,568,200; obligation rate of 107.72%. Tennessee's funds available after rescissions would be $16,900,965.83; obligation rate of 112.71%.
Other States also have transferred funds to or from the RTP.
|FY 2003:||Michigan transferred from RTP to STP Flexible: $120,000 (FY 2003 funds)|
|FY 2005:||Illinois transferred from RTP to STP Flexible: $463,179.34 (FY 2003 funds)|
|FY 2006:||Alaska transferred from RTP to Alaska Marine Highway: $187,280.08 ($111,403.85 in FY 2003 funds; $75,876.23 in FY 2004 funds).
Nevada transferred from RTP to STP Flexible: $80,000 (FY 2005 funds)
|FY 2008:||New York transferred from RTP to STP Flexible: $90,843.00 (FY 2003 funds)|
|FY 2009:||Connecticut transferred from STP Flexible to RTP: $112,271.00.
Nebraska transferred from NHS to RTP: $333,146.00.
New York transferred from RTP to STP Flexible: $74,197.00 ($28,000 in FY 2004 funds, $46,197 in FY 2003 funds).
Oregon transferred from STP TE funds to RTP: $625,000.00
|FY 2010:||Connecticut transferred from STP Flexible to RTP: $112,271.00.
Indiana transferred from STP TE to RTP: $284,354.00.
Oklahoma transferred from RTP to BR REP and REH: $0.60
|FY 2011:||Nebraska transferred from STP TE to RTP: $701,020.00.
New York transferred from RTP to STP Flexible: $62,265.00.
Revised March 21, 2006, pursuant to a 1 percent across-the-board rescission contained in Division B, Chapter 8, section 3801 of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2006, Pub. L. No. 109-148. See the Apportionment Notice at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/legsregs/directives/notices/n4510595.htm.
The State DOTs may limit the amount of the RTP Apportionment available for obligation in a given fiscal year. See the RTP guidance on Obligation Limitation.
The Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA) established the National Recreational Trails Funding Program as a formula allocation program, subject to annual appropriations. Funds were provided in FY 1993, 1996, and 1997 through FHWA's administrative funds. Puerto Rico only met eligibility requirements in FY 1993. There were no funds available in FY 1994 or 1995.
The Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA-21) established the Recreational Trails Program (RTP) as a formula apportioned program with contract authority for FY 1998-2003. FY 2003 Apportionments had a 0.65% reduction required by the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2003 (P. L. 108-7).
*FY 2004 Apportionments were calculated based on a $60 million program. They had a 0.59% reduction required by the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2004 (P.L. 108-199), but include the Restoration of FY 2004 Funds pursuant to section 13 of the Surface Transportation Extension Act of 2004, Part V, P.L. 108-310.
The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) authorized RTP apportionments for FY 2005-2009.
Please see the following Notices:
For 1993-1997, FHWA was allowed up to 3% for administration. For 1998-2003, FHWA received up to 1.5% for administration (with FY 2003 subject to a 0.65% reduction). For 2004, FHWA received $750,000 for administration (subject to a 0.59% reduction). For FY 2005-2009, FHWA is authorized for $840,000 per year. The FY 2007 amount includes an additional $14,587 from FY 2007 Revenue Aligned Budget Authority allocation per 23 U.S.C. 110(b).