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OBLIGATION OF FEDERAL FUNDS FOR ROADWAY PROJECTS
BY IMPROVEMENT TYPE 1/

Obligations of Federal funds for roadway projects averaged $13.9 billion per year for 2003, 2004 and 2005.
(Thousands of Dollars)
  2005 2004 2003
Restoration & Rehabilitation 14 11 13
Relocation 1 1 1
New Route 13 15 16
Resurfacing 17 15 17
Reconstruction 55 58 53
  $14,356,915 $13,895,408 $13,469,943

1/ Data source is the Fiscal Management Information System (FMIS) of the Federal Highway Administration. Capacity addition improvements include Relocation, some Reconstruction, and Reconstruction-added capacity (now includes Major Widening). System preservation improvements include some Reconstruction, Restoration and Rehabilitation, Resurfacing, and Reconstruction-no added capacity (now includes Minor Widening). Excludes certain improvement types such as Safety/Traffic/Traffic System Management, environmentally-related projects, special bridge programs and other projects.

Obligations of Federal funds for roadway projects averaged $13.9 billion per year for 2003, 2004 and 2005.

(Thousands of Dollars)

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1/ Data source is the Fiscal Management Information System (FMIS) of the Federal Highway Administration. Major widening is now included in Reconstruction-added capacity. Minor widening is now included in Reconstruction-no added capacity. Reconstruction in these piecharts includes both major widening or minor widening.


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