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Apportionments and Obligations, FY 2005

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 4510.557: Apportionment of Fiscal Year (FY) 2005 Recreational Trails Program Funds.

Please see FHWA Notice N 4510.563: Supplementary Tables - Apportionments Authorized for Fiscal Year (FY) 2005 for other Federal-aid Highway Program apportionments. Table 17 shows the total amount apportioned to States for the Recreational Trails Program for FY 2005, 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%).

State FY 2005
Apportionment
FY 2005
Obligation
Alabama $1,256,639 $1,478,137
Alaska 897,684 455,694
Arizona 1,303,189 1,219,085
Arkansas 958,206 60,279
California 4,263,285 1,884,950
Colorado 1,118,110 1,169,352
Connecticut 719,475 719,475
Delaware 632,202 1,115,297
Dist. Columbia 580,000 571,655
Florida 2,239,843 779,415
Georgia 1,541,029 95,000
Hawaii 653,669 653,669
Idaho 1,015,256 1,015,256
Illinois 1,545,017 928,348
Indiana 1,014,554 969,616
Iowa 1,007,437 1,192,982
Kansas 969,679 993,139
Kentucky 1,024,871 599,284
Louisiana 1,223,914 289,198
Maine 876,659 746,505
Maryland 844,441 800,000
Massachusetts 951,646 500,000
Michigan 1,779,215 258,900
Minnesota 1,369,462 1,326,523
Mississippi 1,088,555 1,151,033
Missouri 1,137,085 221,933
Montana 1,031,856 1,227,041
Nebraska 832,322 774,981
Nevada 811,188 495,272
New Hampshire 785,661 18,022
New Jersey 975,600 845,180
New Mexico 1,026,452 755,318
New York 1,463,360 2,675,578
North Carolina 1,369,950 1,369,950
North Dakota 725,659 742,585
Ohio 1,392,085 997,403
Oklahoma 1,058,213 1,070,472
Oregon 1,009,293 802,107
Pennsylvania 1,436,026 1,201,700
Peurto Rico 0 -69,952
Rhode Island 626,956 438,539
South Carolina 926,706 2,291,112
South Dakota 742,538 555,417
Tennessee 1,083,283 1,099,392
Texas 2,598,999 288,671
Utah 1,017,629 -241,596
Vermont 712,681 622,817
Virginia 1,060,928 880,491
Washington 1,358,654 1,391,129
West Virginia 874,956 373,953
Wisconsin 1,297,511 946,505
Wyoming 930,372 712,300
Total to States 59,160,000 43,459,118
FHWA Takedown 840,000 0
Total USA 60,000,000 43,459,118

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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