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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION

REVISED DISTRIBUTION OF SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM FUNDS APPORTIONED FOR FISCAL YEAR 2009
TO AREAS WITHIN A STATE WITH AN URBANIZED POPULATION GREATER THAN 200,000

STATE URBANIZED AREA DISTRIBUTION
Maryland
Baltimore 25,127,714
Philadelphia 267,838
Washington 19,031,773
Total 44,427,325
Massachusetts
Barnstable Town 2,209,766
Boston 35,688,011
Providence 2,244,935
Springfield 4,330,812
Worcester 3,796,479
Total 48,270,003
Michigan
Ann Arbor 4,191,606
Detroit 57,630,103
Flint 5,390,338
Grand Rapids 7,959,066
Lansing 4,429,722
South Bend 504,949
Toledo 406,782
Total 80,512,566
Minnesota
Minneapolis—St. Paul 46,353,319
Total 46,353,319
Mississippi
Gulfport—Biloxi 4,390,795
Jackson 6,244,880
Memphis 1,405,923
Total 12,041,598
Missouri
Kansas City 15,994,278
Springfield 4,302,344
St. Louis 34,423,538
Total 54,720,160
Nebraska
Lincoln 5,125,116
Omaha 12,727,878
Total 17,852,994
Nevada
Las Vegas 23,496,178
Reno 5,428,914
Total 28,925,092
New Hampshire
Boston 1,613,533
Total 1,613,533
New Jersey
Allentown--Bethlehem 355,025
Atlanta City 2,747,841
New York--Newark 71,710,999
Philadelphia 13,169,173
Trenton 3,247,286
Total 91,230,324
New Mexico
Albuquerque 13,763,425
El Paso 605,950
Total 14,369,375

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