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Apportionments and Obligations, FY 2010

This table shows TE funds originally apportioned for this fiscal year as well as apportionment totals. TE funds are available for the "current" plus 3 fiscal years. In a specific fiscal year, a State may obligate funds apportioned in the current and up to three previous fiscal years. The obligations in a specific fiscal year may range from negative amounts (if a State deobligated more than it obligated in that fiscal year), to significantly more than the apportionments (if a State obligates funds from prior fiscal years).

Please see:

State FY 2010
Apportionment
FY 2010
Obligations
(non-ARRA)
FY 2010
ARRA
Obligations
Total
FY 2010
Obligations
Alabama $17,310,159 $11,932,958.90 $10,150,562.34 $22,083,521.24
Alaska 8,984,269 7,218,009.45 1,899,612.00 9,117,621.45
Arizona 17,763,244 47,194,409.73 738,008.00 47,932,417.73
Arkansas 12,314,087 1,730,598.00 10,546,334.00 12,276,932.00
California 79,546,226 36,365,353.17 28,331,365.00 64,696,718.17
Colorado 13,100,112 7,643,132.00 3,042,599.00 10,685,731.00
Connecticut 8,838,173 1,351,627.27 3,913,459.00 5,265,086.27
Delaware 4,213,598 2,960,286.79 344,745.07 3,305,031.86
Dist Columbia 3,650,019 8,935,438.74 0 8,935,438.74
Florida 52,839,203 45,509,662.00 10,652,736.00 56,162,398.00
Georgia 33,860,678 5,134,854.96 8,304,435.00 13,439,289.96
Hawaii 3,767,477 3,599,651.87 3,772,391.00 7,372,042.87
Idaho 5,998,354 3,058,596.80 1,427,675.00 4,486,271.80
Illinois 33,198,053 6,645,928.92 23,709,361.00 30,355,289.92
Indiana 23,740,244 20,625,860.89 17,850,336.71 38,476,197.60
Iowa 11,933,180 11,578,600.43 4,022,234.31 15,600,834.74
Kansas 10,814,244 558,547.12 10,404,515.00 10,963,062.12
Kentucky 14,346,790 5,564,010.92 29,317.71 5,593,328.63
Louisiana 13,445,396 11,047,327.76 0 11,047,327.76
Maine 3,763,077 3,253,837.90 0 3,253,837.90
Maryland 12,304,109 6,306,914.00 616,919.00 6,923,833.00
Massachusetts 11,917,734 2,766,423.28 0 2,766,423.28
Michigan 27,662,555 25,340,093.04 12,457,477.21 37,797,570.25
Minnesota 18,656,103 16,389,843.72 9,847,296.00 26,237,139.72
Mississippi 11,938,590 17,247,607.00 358,023.00 17,605,630.00
Missouri 21,894,977 10,241,831.44 10,148,248.95 20,390,080.39
Montana 6,739,689 8,183,582.21 4,002,913.00 12,186,495.21
Nebraska 7,468,388 3,810,548.19 2,819,478.61 6,630,026.80
Nevada 7,814,685 1,921,052.05 3,431,675.00 5,352,727.05
New Hampshire 3,906,803 1,680,580.71 641,482.16 2,322,062.87
New Jersey 19,305,128 9,183,536.39 14,776,865.00 23,960,401.39
New Mexico 7,939,689 5,934,093.46 6,330,343.00 12,264,436.46
New York 29,056,771 5,882,598.00 4,171,234.00 10,053,832.00
North Carolina 24,796,228 20,718,619.00 1,082,154.00 21,800,773.00
North Dakota 4,763,888 2,121,598.41 5,043,795.00 7,165,393.41
Ohio 30,230,448 19,825,333.54 24,113,973.25 43,939,306.79
Oklahoma 16,247,344 6,811,160.75 13,939,657.00 20,750,817.75
Oregon 10,778,015 7,173,487.78 2,956,540.73 10,130,028.51
Pennsylvania 27,996,402 36,639,168.81 376,950.00 37,016,118.81
Puerto Rico * 0 0 0 0
Rhode Island 3,685,888 3,027,555.53 312,872.00 3,340,427.53
South Carolina 16,992,567 2,842,638.48 3,564,995.22 6,407,633.70
South Dakota 6,153,621 1,397,837.93 9,153,329.39 10,551,167.32
Tennessee 20,189,519 14,293,993.61 2,289,530.00 16,583,523.61
Texas 82,628,694 38,142,187.21 12,722,455.00 50,864,642.21
Utah 7,419,464 5,062,945.05 387,684.00 5,450,629.05
Vermont 4,104,045 1,572,322.85 3,773,739.00 5,346,061.85
Virginia 23,892,392 23,635,968.00 0 23,635,968.00
Washington 14,032,183 7,703,815.99 8,709,669.00 16,413,484.99
West Virginia 7,933,394 8,991,300.00 6,325,566.00 15,316,866.00
Wisconsin 20,512,826 11,337,039.54 12,158,314.12 23,495,353.66
Wyoming 3,895,380 3,087,121.76 0 3,087,121.76
Total to States 886,284,102 571,181,491.35 315,652,864.78 886,834,356.13

* Puerto Rico was eligible only in 1992-1997.

** For FY 2010, some States have negative apportionments under "FY 2010 Apportionment After Rescission". This is because funds that were rescinded on September 30, 2009, under section 10212 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU), Public Law (Pub. L.) 109-59 were restored pursuant to section 413 of the Surface Transportation Extension Act of 2010 (Extension Act), title IV of Pub. L. 111-147. These funds originally had been rescinded from prior years, but were restored in FY 2010. However, some States re-rescinded these funds under section 330 of Public Law (Pub. L.) 111-226. Some States rescinded more than one year of funds, resulting in what appears to be negative apportionments for FY 2010.

Updated: 02/08/2012
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