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Apportionments and Obligations, FY 2004

RTP funds are available for the "current" plus 3 fiscal years. In a specific fiscal year, a State may obligate funds apportioned in the current and up to three previous fiscal years. The obligations in a specific fiscal year may range from negative amounts (if a State deobligated more than it obligated in that fiscal year), to significantly more than the apportionments within a specific fiscal year (if a State obligates funds from prior fiscal years).

Please see FHWA Notice N 4510.603: Apportionment of Fiscal Year (FY) 2004 Recreational Trails Program Funds.

Please see FHWA Notice N 4510.603: Supplementary Tables - Apportionments Authorized for Fiscal Year (FY) 2004 for other Federal-aid Highway Program apportionments. Table 15 shows the total amount apportioned to States for the Recreational Trails Program for FY 2004, along with the amounts for State administrative funds (up to 7%), and the amounts that may be used for operating educational programs to promote safety and environmental protection (up to 5%).

Canceled Notices:

State FY 2004
Apportionment
Prior Reduction
FY 2004
Apportionment
After Reduction
FY 2004
Obligation
Alabama $1,134,804 $1,128,109 $691,822
Alaska 793,482 788,800 348,752
Arizona 1,252,625 1,245,235 0
Arkansas 939,761 934,216 910,808
California 4,048,221 4,024,336 1,386,575
Colorado 1,445,721 1,437,191 0
Connecticut 679,098 675,091 659,125
Delaware 614,762 611,135 541,506
Dist. Columbia 597,053 593,530 636,000
Florida 1,943,224 1,931,759 1,944,137
Georgia 1,497,330 1,488,496 2,134,241
Hawaii 644,231 640,430 536,502
Idaho 963,905 958,218 939,222
Illinois 1,473,651 1,464,956 277,100
Indiana 964,485 958,795 936,119
Iowa 1,003,244 997,325 746,982
Kansas 997,813 991,926 968,466
Kentucky 925,452 919,992 779,874
Louisiana 1,183,093 1,176,113 648,558
Maine 882,998 877,788 738,104
Maryland 825,205 820,336 597,838
Massachusetts 942,584 937,023 1,077,614
Michigan 1,791,951 1,781,378 1,411,246
Minnesota 1,379,731 1,371,591 2,445,031
Mississippi 1,157,867 1,151,036 984,357
Missouri 1,169,042 1,162,145 805,575
Montana 964,990 959,297 764,112
Nebraska 838,582 833,634 622,074
Nevada 787,860 783,212 679,575
New Hampshire 766,527 762,004 743,982
New Jersey 972,146 966,410 605,010
New Mexico 1,007,528 1,001,584 901,128
New York 1,385,513 1,377,338 -9,033
North Carolina 1,397,569 1,389,323 1,231,034
North Dakota 719,937 715,689 698,762
Ohio 1,374,631 1,366,521 1,225,798
Oklahoma 1,077,688 1,071,330 1,357,350
Oregon 996,027 990,150 800,070
Pennsylvania 1,411,025 1,402,700 0
Peurto Rico 0 0 0
Rhode Island 612,781 609,166 246,822
South Carolina 884,415 879,197 0
South Dakota 728,484 724,186 653,965
Tennessee 1,088,465 1,082,043 1,453,372
Texas 2,548,731 2,533,693 2,245,022
Utah 995,819 989,944 1,222,669
Vermont 708,294 704,115 613,720
Virginia 1,037,197 1,031,078 1,006,692
Washington 1,381,302 1,373,152 1,340,677
West Virginia 839,906 834,951 622,740
Wisconsin 1,325,864 1,318,041 1,049,864
Wyoming 896,534 891,244 736,634
Total to States 57,999,147 57,656,952 43,957,595
FHWA Takedown   **745,575 0
Total USA   58,402,527 43,957,595

Notes:

The State DOTs may limit the amount of the RTP Apportionment available for obligation in a given fiscal year. See the RTP guidance on Obligation Limitation.

The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) authorized RTP apportionments for FY 2005-2009.


For 1993-1997, FHWA was allowed up to 3% for administration. For 1998-2003, FHWA received up to 1.5% for administration (with FY 2003 subject to a 0.65% reduction). For 2004, FHWA received $750,000 for administration (subject to a 0.59% reduction). For FY 2005-2009, FHWA is authorized for $840,000 per year.

Updated: 02/12/2014
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