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Highway Statistics 2008

Allocation of Federal Funds Administered by the Federal Highway Administration 1/ 2/ for Fiscal Year 2008

July 2009
Table FA-4D

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(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)

STATE HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS EMERGENCY RELIEF NHTSA/FHWA HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAMS NAT'L COOR. INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM PROJECTS OF REGIONAL AND NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS OTHER 2/ TOTAL
Alabama 55,067 - 4,734 - - 15,000 4,096 10,468 89,365
Alaska 119,340 - 15,337 6,930 - 4,891 854 41,210 188,562
Arizona 23,888 - 9,891 - - - 3,920 34,399 72,098
Arkansas 51,392 (228) 11,684 36,320 - 1,625 2,986 9,759 113,538
California 231,300 1,000 92,020 211,013 145,814 24,250 11,425 144,521 861,343
Colorado 48,440 (6,709) 6,295 693 35,947 9,250 3,287 13,372 110,575
Connecticut 37,074 - 9,692 25,163 - 13,750 1,789 7,929 95,397
Delaware 24,840 - 5,267 - - 6,261 791 1,199 38,358
Dist. of Col. 14,496 - 2,448 - - - 667 4,990 22,601
Florida 104,498 (206,549) 19,551 - - 10,250 7,811 27,460 (36,979)
Georgia 70,026 - 32,169 - - 13,750 7,538 18,451 141,934
Hawaii 25,120 - 5,039 - - (523) 713 1,702 32,051
Idaho 27,400 (1,640) 3,800 - - 2,500 1,992 5,953 40,005
Illinois 119,110 (3,752) 38,620 49,550 90,090 12,500 7,726 18,994 332,838
Indiana 49,670 - 8,766 - - 2,500 5,671 16,218 82,825
Iowa 50,640 1,000 6,127 1,733 - 26,197 3,223 8,100 97,020
Kansas 35,800 - 4,247 - - 5,000 3,747 10,942 59,736
Kentucky 56,165 - 4,306 5,135 - 17,500 5,068 15,504 103,678
Louisiana 56,480 22,008 25,389 58,265 - 2,500 3,572 16,790 185,004
Maine 35,872 - 7,333 - - 5,000 701 3,010 51,916
Maryland 56,144 (214) 6,705 2,310 - 3,788 2,543 21,767 93,043
Massachusetts 49,760 - 15,506 - - 10,000 3,571 1,821 80,658
Michigan 62,854 (1,342) 13,367 - - 25,000 6,010 14,757 120,646
Minnesota 64,716 323,251 19,323 11,550 - 4,000 4,513 38,672 466,025
Mississippi 50,936 1,000 13,414 5,135 - 23,750 2,906 10,413 107,554
Missouri 72,240 - 23,782 - - 56,250 5,641 32,949 190,862
Montana 32,920 - 4,986 - - 32,003 1,563 5,984 77,456
Nebraska 31,960 - 4,472 - - 5,000 2,649 8,287 52,368
Nevada 43,000 - 10,542 - - 25,000 1,775 37,127 117,444
New Hampshire 13,248 - 3,346 - - - 1,291 2,454 20,339
New Jersey 69,032 - 10,134 - 71,894 6,440 5,919 10,642 174,061
New Mexico 30,920 - 11,114 - - 2,500 2,148 7,147 53,829
New York 142,862 2,042 22,419 - - 15,000 8,705 24,462 215,490
North Carolina 60,340 (12,853) 11,494 - - 5,000 7,375 38,486 109,842
North Dakota 25,800 (7,789) 3,346 - - 5,196 1,503 3,468 31,524
Ohio 92,695 - 35,613 - - 25,250 7,283 16,729 177,570
Oklahoma 42,440 - 6,105 33,495 - 33,750 4,742 19,985 140,517
Oregon 61,393 (9,000) 12,841 - 36,960 5,000 2,441 17,559 127,194
Pennsylvania 110,294 (9,683) 44,385 - 8,085 4,585 9,592 22,191 189,449
Rhode Island 33,680 - 4,835 - - 18,750 852 3,810 61,927
South Carolina 42,520 (1,022) 8,455 7,189 28,758 - 3,325 8,979 98,204
South Dakota 36,078 379 8,630 - - 14,436 719 1,536 61,778
Tennessee 68,348 - 22,650 28,235 - 3,750 5,299 16,003 144,285
Texas 135,734 2,000 19,641 - - - 10,939 27,380 195,694
Utah 42,670 - 10,528 - - 10,886 1,722 4,703 70,509
Vermont 27,560 - 6,000 - - 27,385 691 10,053 71,689
Virginia 55,066 - 26,232 23,100 3,465 20,907 4,937 12,474 146,181
Washington 55,344 1,000 8,631 - 50,820 - 4,031 105,797 225,623
West Virginia 41,880 955 13,426 11,550 - 8,750 1,512 22,794 100,867
Wisconsin 55,150 1,000 9,354 - 6,930 - 4,300 14,315 91,049
Wyoming 20,560 - 14,547 - - - 1,021 395 36,523
Total 2,964,762 94,855 738,540 517,366 478,762 564,576 199,094 974,110 6,532,065
American Samoa - - 1,062 - - 4,000 350 3,455 8,867
Guam - - 1,062 - - 4,000 350 46,044 51,456
N. Marianas - - 1,142 - - 3,000 350 7,326 11,818
Puerto Rico - (1,878) 11,270 - - 9,028 661 107,960 127,041
Virgin Islands - - 1,142 - - 4,000 350 10,339 15,831
Grand Total 2,964,762 92,977 754,218 517,366 478,762 588,604 201,155 1,149,234 6,747,078

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 over fifty other small miscellaneous programs.

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