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Federal-Aid Highway Program Obligation Limitation – Redistribution of Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Obligation Limitation (August Redistribution)
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N4520.220 September 11, 2012 HCFB-1

  1. What is the purpose of this Notice? This Notice is to advise of the redistribution of FY 2012 obligation limitation to the States pursuant to the Department of Transportation Appropriations Act, 2012, division C, title I of Public Law 112-55. The obligation limitation redistributed in this Notice expires on September 30, 2012.

  2. How much obligation authority is available for redistribution? A total of $1.4 billion of obligation limitation is available for redistribution for FY 2012.

  3. How much obligation authority was requested? Eligible States requested a total of $7.4 billion in additional formula obligation limitation for FY 2012.

  4. How is the released obligation limitation redistributed? The amounts are redistributed in accordance with the requirements of section 120(c) of the Department of Transportation Appropriations Act, 2012, so that priority was 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 limitation to the States.

  5. What action is required? Division Administrators should ensure that this additional obligation limitation is obligated no later than September 27, 2012.

 

Signature: Victor M. Mendez

Victor M. Mendez
Administrator

Attachment

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION

REDISTRIBUTION OF FY 2012 OBLIGATION LIMITATION UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2012
STATE REDISTRIBUTION
AMOUNT
ALABAMA 26,473,954
ALASKA 8,907,171
ARIZONA 25,800,469
ARKANSAS 17,365,860
CALIFORNIA 136,595,660
COLORADO 15,000,000
CONNECTICUT 16,998,000
DELAWARE 13,307,946
DIST. OF COL. 8,554,862
FLORIDA 64,940,679
GEORGIA 52,431,178
HAWAII 0
IDAHO 10,888,931
ILLINOIS 62,629,431
INDIANA 32,866,493
IOWA 19,566,855
KANSAS 25,408,323
KENTUCKY 24,885,750
LOUISIANA 31,442,486
MAINE 6,390,646
MARYLAND 28,477,478
MASSACHUSETTS 63,890,434
MICHIGAN 36,768,459
MINNESOTA 26,619,998
MISSISSIPPI 20,013,186
MISSOURI 39,926,626
MONTANA 11,338,609
NEBRASKA 14,000,000
NEVADA 4,198,200
NEW HAMPSHIRE 7,485,061
NEW JERSEY 0
NEW MEXICO 16,008,329
NEW YORK 71,616,429
NORTH CAROLINA 40,831,681
NORTH DAKOTA 9,532,635
OHIO 65,796,460
OKLAHOMA 25,424,303
OREGON 11,598,329
PENNSYLVANIA 76,246,774
RHODE ISLAND 8,200,795
SOUTH CAROLINA 27,460,206
SOUTH DAKOTA 10,349,809
TENNESSEE 34,253,446
TEXAS 7,500,000
UTAH 14,788,655
VERMONT 9,881,161
VIRGINIA 52,441,970
WASHINGTON 8,953,432
WEST VIRGINIA 15,681,177
WISCONSIN 29,939,885
WYOMING 10,786,166
TOTAL 1,400,464,387

 

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