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NOTICE

TEMPORARY MATCHING FUNDS WAIVER -SECTION 1054 OF PUBLIC LAW 102-240 FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1995

N 4510.337
August 21, 1995

  1. PURPOSE

    1. To advise States of the amount deducted from the FY 1995 apportionments pursuant to the provisions of section 1054 of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA), Public Law 102-240, dated December 18, 1991. Five States, Louisiana, Maine, New Mexico, Vermont and Puerto Rico are subject to a deduction in FY 1995 apportionments which equals 50 percent of each State's total repayment. The amounts deducted for FY 1995 are shown by category in Attachment 2.

    2. To transmit the certificate of apportionment of the amounts deducted to States which are not in repayment status. The funds resulting from this apportionment are shown by category in Attachment 1 and are available for obligation immediately.

  2. BACKGROUND

    1. Section 1054(a) allowed States to increase the Federal share on any qualifying project up to 100 percent during FY 1992 and FY 1993.

    2. Section 1054(b) requests States to payback any increase in the Federal share on or before March 30, 1994.

    3. Section 1054(c) provides that any State which has not made the repayment shall have an amount equal to 50 percent of its total repayment deducted from its FY 1995 and FY 1996 apportionments. Amounts deducted for repayment will be reapportioned to States which are not in repayment status.

  3. AVAILABILITY

    1. The funds resulting from this apportionment are available for obligation until September 30, 1998. Any amounts not obligated by the State on or before September 30, 1998, shall lapse.

    2. The funds resulting from this apportionment are available for obligation immediately and will be subject to obligation controls in force at the time of obligation.

    3. The appropriation codes for the reapportioned funds are: Interstate Maintenance, 04M; National Highway System, 315; Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation, 114; Surface Transportation Program, 33D; and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality, 320.

  4. OBLIGATION LIMITATION. The amount of FY 1995 formula obligation limitation distributed to each State is also shown in Attachment 1.

  5. ACTION. Division Administrators should ensure that copies of this Notice are furnished to State highway agencies.

/s/
Rodney E. Slater
Federal Highway Administrator

2 Attachments

CERTIFICATE OF APPORTIONMENT FROM THE SUM OF $1,370,182 AUTHORIZED TO BE REAPPORTIONED FOR THE INTERSTATE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM AND $1,832,711 AUTHORIZED TO BE REAPPORTIONED FOR THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM AND $2,295,189 AUTHORIZED TO BE REAPPORTIONED FOR THE CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY PROGRAM AND $1,423,250 AUTHORIZED TO BE REAPPORTIONED FOR THE HIGHWAY BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AND REHABILITATION PROGRAM UNDER SECTION 1054(c) OF PUBLIC LAW 102-240 FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1995

To--

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
CERTIFICATE OF REAPPORTIONMENT OF FUNDS DEDUCTED
PURSUANT TO SECTION 1054 OF PL 102-24050
TEMPORARY MATCHING FUND WAIVER
AND FY 1995 OBLIGATION LIMITATION

  SURFACE TRANSPORTATION   FY 1995 OBLIGATION
STATES INTERSTATE MAINTENANCE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM BRIDGE PROGRAM CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY TOTAL LIMITATION
ALABAMA 27,439 37,252 23,660 51,126 2,426 141,903 128,706
ALASKA 11,091 30,195 4,966 70,311 2,389 118,952 107,889
ARIZONA 30,900 25,609 3,706 34,913 6,506 101,634 92,182
ARKANSAS 15,901 22,312 16,301 29,143 2,426 86,083 78,077
CALIFORNIA 138,215 160,726 97,045 207,577 72,888 676,451 613,541
COLORADO 26,431 30,004 14,389 41,741 2,389 114,954 104,263
CONNECTICUT 18,265 32,489 29,548 62,422 11,400 154,124 139,790
DELAWARE 7,242 9,747 3,743 16,165 2,389 39,286 35,632
DIST. OF COL. 7,242 10,283 8,301 12,695 2,426 40,947 37,138
FLORIDA 54,522 76,444 26,931 130,306 14,707 302,910 274,739
GEORGIA 51,771 56,072 25,056 76,094 7,617 216,610 196,465
HAWAII 7,242 9,938 11,343 39,613 2,389 70,525 63,966
IDAHO 13,348 14,906 3,954 23,869 2,389 58,466 53,028
ILLINOIS 49,927 74,150 53,875 102,404 23,740 304,096 275,815
INDIANA 32,341 41,662 20,094 63,171 5,460 162,728 147,594
IOWA 20,080 30,004 22,763 40,328 2,389 115,564 104,816
KANSAS 20,571 27,329 22,933 31,721 2,389 104,943 95,183
KENTUCKY 25,061 31,533 19,285 42,852 3,563 122,294 110,920
MARYLAND 23,881 30,461 21,734 37,750 15,269 129,095 117,089
MASSACHUSETTS 24,470 36,311 65,102 9,500 19,953 155,336 140,889
MICHIGAN 47,043 54,325 40,122 60,131 14,310 215,931 195,849
MINNESOTA 27,670 33,253 14,890 49,287 2,389 127,489 115,632
MISSISSIPPI 17,281 24,252 21,546 27,372 2,426 92,877 84,239
MISSOURI 38,802 47,341 49,723 39,673 4,880 180,419 163,640
MONTANA 22,537 21,022 6,591 28,223 2,389 80,762 73,251
NEBRASKA 11,699 20,760 15,207 30,603 2,426 80,695 73,190
NEVADA 12,751 14,939 3,706 24,641 2,425 58,462 53,025
NEW HAMPSHIRE 7,242 11,658 7,582 17,744 2,389 46,615 42,279
NEW JERSEY 15,743 50,639 77,212 47,579 28,374 219,547 199,129
NEW YORK 52,501 105,935 148,222 88,766 51,772 447,196 405,606
NORTH CAROLINA 30,358 49,087 39,542 65,287 2,425 186,699 169,335
NORTH DAKOTA 11,060 14,333 3,706 25,137 2,389 56,625 51,358
OHIO 54,932 69,181 58,922 76,647 19,805 279,487 253,494
OKLAHOMA 19,679 29,240 23,243 38,048 2,389 112,599 102,127
OREGON 21,920 23,864 21,538 20,710 2,885 90,917 82,461
PENNSYLVANIA 38,233 79,742 149,719 28,925 29,735 326,354 296,003
RHODE ISLAND 7,242 9,938 9,613 13,286 2,837 42,916 38,924
SOUTH CAROLINA 24,740 28,284 16,835 36,088 2,389 108,336 98,260
SOUTH DAKOTA 13,341 15,862 5,556 24,982 2,389 62,130 56,351
TENNESSEE 35,665 42,684 31,343 49,326 4,294 163,312 148,123
TEXAS 108,911 132,321 61,423 192,286 48,883 543,824 493,248
UTAH 24,172 18,155 6,360 18,134 2,389 69,210 62,773
VIRGINIA 40,335 42,490 28,295 46,434 10,473 168,027 152,400
WASHINGTON 31,314 34,147 35,221 24,958 7,825 133,465 121,052
WEST VIRGINIA 11,645 23,864 31,075 23,039 2,425 92,048 83,487
WISCONSIN 19,624 32,106 17,624 52,479 6,079 127,912 116,016
WYOMING 17,802 15,862 3,705 21,703 2,389 61,461 55,745
TOTAL 1,370,182 1,832,711 1,423,250 2,295,189 470,884 7,392,216 6,704,719

APPROVED EFFECTIVE AUGUST 21, 1995
/s/ Rodney E. Slater
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATOR

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
DEDUCTIONS FROM FY 1995 APPORITONMENTS WHICH EQUAL
50 PERCENT OF TOTAL REPAYMENT AMOUNT PURSUANT TO SECTION 1054 OF PL 102-240

  LOUISIANA MAINE NEW MEXICO VERMONT PUERTO RICO TOTAL
INTERSTATE MAINTENANCE 48,599 70,214 8,022 1,046,033 197,314 1,370,182
NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM 54,109 104,562 6,314 1,359,941 307,785 1,832,711
BRIDGE REPLACEMENT & REHABILITATION 57,999 86,947 1,430 1,047,773 229,101 1,423,250
SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM 41,419 131,495 8,017 1,672,477 441,781 2,295,189
CONGESTION MITIGATION & AIR QUALITY 4,792 24,398 867 363,484 77,343 470,884
TOTAL 206,918 417,616 24,650 5,489,708 1,253,324 7,392,216


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