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Subject
Federal-Aid Highway Program Obligations - Fiscal Year (FY) 2008 - Redistribution of FY 2008 Obligation Authority
Classification Code Date Office of Primary Interest
N 4520.199 September 16, 2008 HCFB-1

EXPIRATION DATE: OCTOBER 1, 2008

  1. What is the purpose of this Notice? This Notice is to advise of the redistribution of FY 2008 obligation authority to the States pursuant to Section 1102(d) of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU), Public Law (Pub. L. No.) 109-59, and Division K, Title I, Section 120(c) of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008, Pub. L. No. 110-161.

  2. How much obligation authority is available for redistribution? A total of $1,160,367,604 of obligation authority is available for redistribution for FY 2008.

  3. How much obligation authority was requested? The States requested a total of $8 billion in additional obligation authority for FY 2008.

  4. How is the returned obligation authority redistributed? The amounts are to be redistributed in accordance with the requirements of Section 1102(d) of the SAFETEA-LU and Division K, Title I, Section 120(c) of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008, so that priority will be given to those States having large unobligated balances of funds apportioned under Sections 104 and 144 of Title 23, United States Code.  The attached table shows the redistribution of unused obligation authority to the States.

  5. Does this Notice include any other adjustments? Yes, this Notice also includes the distribution of additional formula obligation limitation as a result of rescissions to allocated programs required by Section 186 of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2008, Pub. L. No. 110-161. A total of $6,886,795 of additional formula limitation is being distributed to the States. Each State is being distributed a proportional amount of the additional formula obligation limitation based on the ratio that State's total apportionments for FY 2008 subject to the limitation on obligations bears to the total of such apportionments for all States. The attached table shows the distribution of the additional formula obligation limitation to the States.

  6. What action is required? Division Administrators should ensure that that this additional obligation authority is obligated no later than September 26, 2008.

Signature: Thomas J. Madison, Jr.

Thomas J. Madison, Jr.
Administrator

                                                                                               

Attachment

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION

REDISTRIBUTION OF FY 2008 OBLIGATION AUTHORITY
UNDER SECTION 1102(d) OF PUB. L. NO. 109-59 AND
DIVISION K, TITLE I, SECTION 120(c) OF PUB. L. NO. 110-161

STATE REDISTRIBUTION
PER SECTION 1102(d)
AND SECTION 120(c)
ADDITIONAL LIMITATION
PURSUANT TO SECTION 186
OF PUB. L. NO. 110-161
TOTAL 
ALABAMA 20,437,855 132,016 20,569,871
ALASKA 2,483,157 56,216 2,539,373
ARIZONA 19,425,529 138,359 19,563,888
ARKANSAS 13,970,435 87,348 14,057,783
CALIFORNIA 107,603,395 659,758 108,263,153
COLORADO 15,417,571 97,385 15,514,956
CONNECTICUT 17,046,724 92,314 17,139,038
DELAWARE 971,492 28,508 1,000,000
DIST. OF COL. 6,674,370 29,375 6,703,745
FLORIDA 46,653,283 344,809 46,998,092
GEORGIA 40,777,205 246,710 41,023,915
HAWAII 9,733,138 30,531 9,763,669
IDAHO 7,855,400 51,086 7,906,486
ILLINOIS 38,231,633 236,278 38,467,911
INDIANA 26,264,434 176,049 26,440,483
IOWA 14,284,362 83,277 14,367,639
KANSAS 15,977,333 74,829 16,052,162
KENTUCKY 18,238,109 107,872 18,345,981
LOUISIANA 16,642,498 111,019 16,753,517
MAINE 6,222,631 32,709 6,255,340
MARYLAND 19,067,370 112,907 19,180,277
MASSACHUSETTS 49,706,424 119,443 49,825,867
MICHIGAN 32,736,884 206,437 32,943,321
MINNESOTA 19,071,652 112,665 19,184,317
MISSISSIPPI 14,019,791 83,272 14,103,063
MISSOURI 27,768,433 162,364 27,930,797
MONTANA 11,162,117 65,447 11,227,564
NEBRASKA 9,847,148 54,315 9,901,463
NEVADA 1,500,000 51,360 1,551,360
NEW HAMPSHIRE 6,347,655 32,440 6,380,095
NEW JERSEY 34,391,359 183,472 34,574,831
NEW MEXICO 10,646,099 66,321 10,712,420
NEW YORK 62,868,936 319,595 63,188,531
NORTH CAROLINA 32,171,269 189,240 32,360,509
NORTH DAKOTA 6,568,994 45,879 6,614,873
OHIO 42,966,606 244,395 43,211,001
OKLAHOMA 18,334,520 109,504 18,444,024
OREGON 12,516,114 82,406 12,598,520
PENNSYLVANIA 49,618,786 295,860 49,914,646
RHODE ISLAND 7,319,462 36,395 7,355,857
SOUTH CAROLINA 21,447,993 113,191 21,561,184
SOUTH DAKOTA 8,459,102 46,867 8,505,969
TENNESSEE 25,878,267 144,622 26,022,889
TEXAS 84,373,888 571,002 84,944,890
UTAH 10,487,404 52,207 10,539,611
VERMONT 6,576,868 30,555 6,607,423
VIRGINIA 31,792,022 175,860 31,967,882
WASHINGTON 16,055,963 124,911 16,180,874
WEST VIRGINIA 12,296,867 57,432 12,354,299
WISCONSIN 22,096,948 132,986 22,229,934
WYOMING 7,362,109 46,997 7,409,106
TOTAL 1,160,367,604 6,886,795 1,167,254,399

 

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