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ALLOCATION OF FEDERAL FUNDS ADMINISTERED
BY THE FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION 1/ 2/
FOR FISCAL YEAR 2005

OCTOBER 2006 (THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS) Table FA-4D
STATE HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS EMERGENCY RELIEF PARKWAYS AND PARK ROADS PUBLIC LANDS FOREST HIGHWAYS ITS STANDARDS, RESEARCH, AND METROPOLITAN DEPLOYMENT NHTSA/FHWA HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAMS MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS OTHER 3/ TOTAL
Alabama 55,067 21,883 - 458 - - 4,834 3,575 18,652 104,469
Alaska 119,340 42,231 - 1,553 - 18 10,817 998 33,996 208,953
Arizona 23,888 2,795 - 946 - 10 6,888 3,703 14,298 52,528
Arkansas 51,392 6,338 - 100 - - 11,491 2,316 6,700 78,337
California 231,300 240,480 - 2,220 - 3,440 92,571 8,173 56,506 634,690
Colorado 48,440 2,639 - 1,497 - 2,164 13,353 3,121 17,004 88,218
Connecticut 37,074 9,200 - - - - 9,003 1,793 10,398 67,468
Delaware 24,840 2,058 - - - 862 4,244 603 10,281 42,888
Dist. of Col. 14,496 - - 2,815 - - 1,724 599 2,492 22,126
Florida 104,498 940,681 - 899 - 1,120 17,535 3,522 16,258 1,084,513
Georgia 70,026 3,600 - - - - 12,793 6,379 23,930 116,728
Hawaii 25,120 - - 284 - - 2,165 618 3,050 31,237
Idaho 27,400 609 - 825 - 1,363 2,437 1,720 6,549 40,903
Illinois 119,110 3,002 - - - 335 16,640 5,920 17,319 162,326
Indiana 49,670 - - - - 2,139 22,963 5,191 10,764 90,727
Iowa 50,640 3,000 - - - 10 5,301 3,152 9,482 71,585
Kansas 35,800 868 - 105 - 993 3,784 3,238 14,835 59,623
Kentucky 56,165 - - 2,367 - 10 6,183 3,570 19,511 87,806
Louisiana 56,480 11,030 - - - (4,876) 21,515 3,394 7,244 94,787
Maine 35,872 - - - - 862 1,841 401 8,890 47,866
Maryland 56,144 4,414 - 3,079 - 2,819 6,210 2,290 14,105 89,061
Massachusetts 49,760 - - 751 - 832 14,048 3,041 16,699 85,131
Michigan 62,854 2,815 - 1,057 - 593 12,926 5,545 12,422 98,212
Minnesota 64,716 2,552 - 701 - (33) 15,284 6,433 11,790 101,443
Mississippi 50,936 7,382 - - - 10 10,639 3,445 15,668 88,080
Missouri 72,240 1,177 - - - 1,895 19,876 4,896 16,501 116,585
Montana 32,920 6,032 - 2,793 - - 8,094 1,560 7,154 58,553
Nebraska 31,960 3,531 - 666 - (35) 3,797 2,291 5,382 47,592
Nevada 43,000 - - 4,873 - - 2,179 1,525 2,202 53,779
New Hampshire 13,248 2,282 - - - - 1,338 707 2,911 20,486
New Jersey 69,032 9,388 - - - 242 7,351 3,342 6,765 96,120
New Mexico 30,920 426 - 313 - 693 9,495 1,917 6,841 50,605
New York 142,862 18,152 - - - 3,227 36,411 6,861 20,569 228,082
North Carolina 60,340 66,451 - 140 - 1,034 10,756 4,497 14,297 157,515
North Dakota 25,800 34,710 - - - (9) 6,127 1,328 3,723 71,679
Ohio 92,695 138,572 - - - 12 32,028 6,452 22,793 292,552
Oklahoma 42,440 15,290 - - - 1,712 4,991 3,812 19,459 87,704
Oregon 61,393 - - 563 - 345 11,626 2,294 8,318 84,539
Pennsylvania 110,294 51,735 - (415) - 4,068 15,704 6,920 21,518 209,824
Rhode Island 33,680 - - 1,374 - 10 4,062 603 7,258 46,987
South Carolina 42,520 1,353 - - - - 4,213 3,355 11,212 62,653
South Dakota 36,078 282 - - - - 5,874 623 8,089 50,946
Tennessee 68,348 - - - - 2,585 19,185 5,487 11,440 107,045
Texas 135,734 17,215 - 948 - 819 25,664 9,026 31,925 221,331
Utah 42,670 3,706 - 1,345 - 1,949 3,143 1,860 3,719 58,392
Vermont 27,560 691 - 125 - - 4,309 697 3,838 37,220
Virginia 55,066 40,516 - 67 - (1,547) 20,936 4,112 8,501 127,651
Washington 55,344 22,604 - 2,765 - 5,332 10,172 4,326 26,324 126,867
West Virginia 41,880 39,970 - - - - 10,651 1,212 18,289 112,002
Wisconsin 55,150 - - - - 9,549 6,623 3,802 11,580 86,704
Wyoming 20,560 1,098 - 3,206 - 3,671 10,260 1,157 2,710 42,662
Total 2,964,762 1,782,755 - 38,418 - 48,220 622,054 167,403 682,168 6,305,780
American Samoa - 21,336 - - - - 384 350 - 22,070
Guam - 10,839 - - - - 384 350 - 11,573
N. Marianas - 1,407 - - - - 468 350 - 2,225
Puerto Rico - 10,516 - - - - 7,852 589 79,705 98,662
Virgin Islands - 1,100 - - - - 468 350 5,800 7,718
Grand Total 2,964,762 1,827,953 - 38,418 - 48,220 631,610 169,392 767,673 6,448,028

Footnotes

1/ Negative numbers indicate money transferred to other projects or returned to FHWA.

2/ Parkways and Park Roads, and Forest Highways are no longer reported by State under the FMIS4 system. In previous years over $100 million of allocations were reported in the FA-4D for each program. The reason is that the National Park Service and the Forest Service respectively, not the Federal Highway Administration, allocate the money to the States.

3/ Includes Bridge Acceleration discretionary, Strategic Highway Research, Scenic Byways, Highway Use Tax Evasion, Puerto Rico Progam, and other miscellaneous programs.


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