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Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 Supplementary Tables – Apportionments Pursuant to The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act
Classification Code Date Office of Primary Interest
N 4510.772 January 31, 2014 HCFB-10

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION

LIMITING AMOUNTS FROM FUNDS APPORTIONED UNDER THE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014 FOR
1/4 OF 1% THAT MAY BE OBLIGATED TO HALT EVASION OF PAYMENT OF MOTOR FUEL TAXES, 1/2 OF 1% THAT MAY BE OBLIGATED
FOR SKILLS TRAINING, 15% THAT MAY BE TRANSFERRED TO THE ALASKA DENALI ACCESS SYSTEM, AND 15%
THAT MAY BE OBLIGATED ON MINOR COLLECTORS IN AREAS WITH A POPULATION EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 5,000

STATE 1/4% LIMITING AMOUNT THAT
MAY BE OBLIGATED FOR
HIGHWAY TAX EVASION
1/2% LIMITING AMOUNT THAT
MAY BE OBLIGATED FOR
ON-THE-JOB (SKILLS) TRAINING
15% LIMITING AMOUNT THAT
MAY BE TRANSFERED TO THE
DENALI ACCESS SYSTEM
15% LIMITING AMOUNT THAT
MAY BE OBLIGATED ON MINOR
COLLECTORS IN AREAS < 5K
ALABAMA 525,851 1,051,703 - 6,454,332
ALASKA 332,749 665,497 19,964,911 3,584,646
ARIZONA 475,160 950,319 - 1,547,694
ARKANSAS 355,809 711,619 - 4,806,106
CALIFORNIA 2,219,722 4,439,445 - 3,442,015
COLORADO 343,345 686,690 - 1,473,919
CONNECTICUT 319,442 638,884 - 1,120,637
DELAWARE 109,795 219,589 - 563,207
DIST. OF COL. 104,154 208,309 - -
FLORIDA 1,314,864 2,629,729 - 3,515,502
GEORGIA 857,629 1,715,258 - 6,588,543
HAWAII 110,754 221,508 - 310,298
IDAHO 191,688 383,376 - 1,850,549
ILLINOIS 912,477 1,824,954 - 3,470,735
INDIANA 635,462 1,270,924 - 5,367,241
IOWA 337,784 675,568 - 3,894,758
KANSAS 258,823 517,647 - 2,233,500
KENTUCKY 457,923 915,846 - 5,718,890
LOUISIANA 484,776 969,552 - 4,016,264
MAINE 121,663 243,326 - 2,286,628
MARYLAND 380,637 761,275 - 1,497,889
MASSACHUSETTS 376,592 753,184 - 883,415
MICHIGAN 682,862 1,365,724 - 5,243,466
MINNESOTA 434,186 868,373 - 3,750,359
MISSISSIPPI 332,516 665,033 - 5,213,205
MISSOURI 648,360 1,296,720 - 6,053,834
MONTANA 277,904 555,809 - 3,940,277
NEBRASKA 195,645 391,290 - 1,689,852
NEVADA 230,556 461,112 - 445,791
NEW HAMPSHIRE 108,116 216,231 - 1,314,692
NEW JERSEY 620,883 1,241,766 - 1,000,977
NEW MEXICO 250,132 500,264 - 1,750,110
NEW YORK 1,034,923 2,069,845 - 3,873,592
NORTH CAROLINA 695,720 1,391,441 - 7,066,570
NORTH DAKOTA 166,632 333,264 - 2,040,186
OHIO 869,364 1,738,728 - 5,934,937
OKLAHOMA 437,945 875,891 - 4,628,171
OREGON 336,608 673,216 - 2,015,923
PENNSYLVANIA 1,074,306 2,148,612 - 7,026,287
RHODE ISLAND 145,666 291,332 - 402,460
SOUTH CAROLINA 461,597 923,194 - 4,627,468
SOUTH DAKOTA 189,148 378,296 - 2,599,157
TENNESSEE 566,910 1,133,821 - 5,738,118
TEXAS 2,302,540 4,605,079 - 11,234,382
UTAH 233,741 467,482 - 719,273
VERMONT 133,330 266,660 - 2,550,033
VIRGINIA 673,889 1,347,778 - 4,964,605
WASHINGTON 447,038 894,076 - 2,269,494
WEST VIRGINIA 297,277 594,553 - 4,739,831
WISCONSIN 508,666 1,017,331 - 4,758,223
WYOMING 172,372 344,744 - 1,915,359
TOTAL 25,755,931 51,511,867 19,964,911 174,133,400
PROGRAM CODE MT30 M290 MW10 M234
STATUTORY REFERENCE 23 USC 143(b)(8) 23 U.S.C. 140(b) S. 1960 of Pub. L. 109-59 23 U.S.C. 133(h)(1)

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