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Apportionments and Obligations, FY 2006

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 4510.595: Apportionment of Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 Recreational Trails Program Funds.

Please see FHWA Notice N 4510.604: Supplementary Tables - Apportionments Authorized for Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 for other Federal-aid Highway Program apportionments. Table 16 shows the total amount apportioned to States for the Recreational Trails Program for FY 2006, 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 2006
Apportionment
Prior to
Reduction
FY 2006
Apportionment
After %
Reduction
FY 2006
Obligation
Alabama $1,428,625 $1,414,338 $1,510,112
Alaska 1,041,230 1,030,817 598,255
Arizona 1,453,155 1,438,623 0
Arkansas 1,115,010 1,103,860 1,303,922
California 5,099,645 5,048,649 2,146,114
Colorado 1,280,896 1,268,088 1,746,326
Connecticut 849,780 841,282 841,282
Delaware 741,843 734,425 0
Dist. Columbia 678,039 671,259 532,991
Florida 2,739,972 2,712,572 1,656,895
Georgia 1,796,606 1,778,640 1,627,723
Hawaii 765,737 758,079 0
Idaho 1,142,460 1,131,035 957,647
Illinois 1,823,729 1,805,492 752,341
Indiana 1,200,820 1,188,812 160,487
Iowa 1,184,082 1,172,241 961,607
Kansas 1,119,797 1,108,599 1,108,599
Kentucky 1,168,177 1,156,495 1,544,566
Louisiana 1,431,425 1,417,110 2,813,832
Maine 1,029,863 1,019,565 837,028
Maryland 1,004,203 994,161 1,049,517
Massachusetts 1,140,267 1,128,864 -29,991
Michigan 2,057,933 2,037,354 2,034,000
Minnesota 1,583,702 1,567,865 1,359,878
Mississippi 1,259,938 1,247,338 0
Missouri 1,342,928 1,329,499 1,008,416
Montana 1,175,134 1,163,382 1,163,382
Nebraska 972,215 962,493 266,501
Nevada 941,087 931,676 891,353
New Hampshire 927,674 918,397 644,419
New Jersey 1,158,578 1,146,992 826,981
New Mexico 1,182,119 1,170,298 1,280,724
New York 1,721,478 1,704,263 119,298
North Carolina 1,594,344 1,578,400 1,578,400
North Dakota 841,878 833,459 833,459
Ohio 1,646,336 1,629,873 1,513,359
Oklahoma 1,226,976 1,214,707 1,291,046
Oregon 1,166,743 1,155,075 108,050
Pennsylvania 1,659,541 1,642,946 2,582,061
Puerto Rico 0 0 0
Rhode Island 738,391 731,007 202,653
South Carolina 1,081,347 1,070,534 1,053,611
South Dakota 867,530 858,855 916,448
Tennessee 1,264,946 1,252,297 2,285,987
Texas 3,038,390 3,008,007 2,598,999
Utah 1,227,294 1,215,021 2,682,779
Vermont 821,972 813,753 898,881
Virginia 1,247,710 1,235,233 988,186
Washington 1,572,047 1,556,326 1,555,150
West Virginia 1,004,267 994,224 1,450,644
Wisconsin 1,535,835 1,520,477 2,317,865
Wyoming 1,066,306 1,055,643 1,411,761
Total to States 69,160,000 68,468,400 57,983,555
FHWA Takedown 840,000 831,600 0
Total USA 70,000,000 $69,300,000 57,983,555

Notes:

Revised March 21, 2006, pursuant to a 1 percent across-the-board rescission contained in Division B, Chapter 8, section 3801 of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2006, Pub. L. No. 109-148. See the Apportionment Notice at http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/legsregs/directives/notices/n4510595.htm.

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. The FY 2007 amount includes an additional $14,587 from FY 2007 Revenue Aligned Budget Authority allocation per 23 U.S.C. 110(b).

Updated: 02/12/2014
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