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SUMMARY OF FEDERAL CREDIT ASSISTANCE FOR HIGHWAY, TRANSIT AND INTERMODAL FACILITIES- 2006 1/

OCTOBER 2006 Table FA-23
STATE PROJECT NAME TOTAL ESTIMATED PROJECT COST DATE OF CREDIT COMMITMENT AMOUNT OF CREDIT AWARD CREDIT TYPE PRIMARY REVENUE PLEDGE IMPROVEMENT TYPE
California San Joaquin Hills Toll Road $1,456,000 1993 $120,000 Line of Credit Tolls Highway
Foothill / Eastern Toll Road $1,808,000 1995 $120,000 Line of Credit Tolls Highway
Alameda Corridor 3/ $2,432,000 1997 $400,000 Loan Container Fees Intermodal Facility
SR-125 South Toll Road 2/ $634,000 1999 $140,000 Loan Tolls Highway
District of Columbia Washington Metro Capital Improvement Program 2/ $2,324,000 1999 $600,000 Guarantee Local Revenues Transit
Florida Miami Intermodal Center 2/ $1,348,752 1999 $432,752 Loans Various Intermodal Facility
Louisiana LA-1 2/ $247,000 2005 $66,000 Loan Tolls Highway
Nevada Reno Rail Corridor 2/ $282,859 2000 $73,070 Loans Various Intermodal Facility
New York Moynihan Station 2/ 5/ $800,000 1999 $160,000 Loan / Line Various Passenger Rail
Station Island Ferries 2/ 3/ $482,025 2000 $159,068 Loan Other Transit
Puerto Rico Tren Urbano Transit Project 2/ 3/ $1,676,000 1999 $300,000 Loan Tax Revenues Transit
Rhode Island Warwick Train Station 2/ $182,000 2006 $42,000 Loan User Charges Intermodal Facility
South Carolina Cooper River Bridge 2/ 4/ $668,000 2001 $215,000 Loan Various Bridge
Texas Central Texas Turnpike 2/ $3,659,909 2001 $916,760 Loan Tolls Highway
183 A Toll Road 2/ $331,000 2005 $66,000 Loan Tolls Highway
Total   $18,000,545   $3,810,650      

Footnotes

1/ Table summarizes Federal credit assistance in the form of direct loans, loan guarantees or standby lines of credit for surface transportation projects.This data is collected by FHWA's Office of the Chief Financial Officer

2/ These projects were awarded credit assistance under the Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) program

3/ The credit assistance provided for these projects has been repaid in full.

4/ This project was refinanced with non-Federal funding

5/ Formerly known as Farley Building - New Pennsylvania Station


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