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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
New York
Albany 4,456,712
Bridgeport--Stamford 340,592
Buffalo 7,787,651
New York--Newark 94,651,062
Poughkeepsie-Newburgh 2,806,496
Rochester 5,536,702
Syracuse 3,207,439
Total 118,786,654
North Carolina
Asheville 3,672,375
Charlotte 12,178,455
Durham 4,770,026
Fayetteville 4,580,615
Greensboro 4,439,998
Raleigh 8,975,448
Winston-Salem 4,960,532
Total 43,577,449
Ohio
Akron 8,039,628
Canton 3,758,801
Cincinnati 17,178,423
Cleveland 25,190,459
Columbus 15,977,220
Dayton 9,918,063
Toledo 6,703,593
Youngstown 5,323,174
Total 92,089,361
Oklahoma
Oklahoma City 19,528,773
Tulsa 13,081,858
Total 32,610,631
Oregon
Eugene 3,403,846
Portland 19,730,344
Salem 3,148,309
Total 26,282,499
Pennsylvania
Allentown--Bethlehem 6,238,376
Harrisburg 4,137,000
Lancaster 3,689,662
Philadelphia 40,752,008
Pittsburgh 19,991,961
Reading 2,739,861
Scranton 4,393,067
Youngstown 454,865
Total 82,396,800
Rhode Island
Boston 18,917
Providence 15,713,339
Total 15,732,256
South Carolina
Augusta-Richmond County 1,925,784
Charleston--North Charleston 9,527,769
Charlotte 543,412
Columbia 9,463,119
Greenville 6,800,110
Total 28,260,194

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