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Funding Federal-aid Highways

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Publication No. FHWA-PL-17-011
January 2017

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Appendix J. Lop-off from allocated programs

FY 2016 ALLOCATED PROGRAMS
Application of Sec. 120(e) of P.L. 114-113 - "Lop-off" Provision
  FY 2016
Authorization
Less;
Penalties
Net
Authorization
94.9%
After "Lop Off"
5.1%
Reduction
Federal Lands Transportation Program 335,000,000   335,000,000 317,915,000 17,085,000
Federal Lands Access Program 250,000,000   250,000,000 237,250,000 12,750,000
Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Program 275,000,000   275,000,000 260,975,000 14,025,000
Puerto Rico Highway Program 158,000,000 9,683,840 1/ 148,316,160 140,752,036 7,564,124
Territorial Highway Program 42,000,000   42,000,000 39,858,000 2,142,000
Construction of Ferry Boats and Ferry Terminal Facilities 80,000,000   80,000,000 75,920,000 4,080,000
Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects 800,000,000   800,000,000 759,200,000 40,800,000
Safety-related Programs (HSIP set-aside) 2/ 3,500,000   3,500,000 3,321,500 178,500
Highway Research and Development Program 3/ 125,000,000   125,000,000 118,625,000 6,375,000
Technology and Innovation Deployment Program 3/ 67,000,000   67,000,000 63,583,000 3,417,000
Training and Education 3/ 24,000,000   24,000,000 22,776,000 1,224,000
Intelligent Transportation Systems 3/ 100,000,000   100,000,000 94,900,000 5,100,000
University Transportation Centers 3/ 72,500,000   72,500,000 68,802,500 3,697,500
 
TOTAL 2,332,000,000 9,683,840 2,322,316,160 2,203,878,036 118,438,124

1/ $9,683,840 is withheld from Puerto Rico Highway Program pursuant to section 158 of 23 U.S.C., related to minimum drinking age. Funds so withheld immediately lapse.

2/ Set-aside from the Highway Safety Improvement Program for Operation Lifesaver, work zone safety grants, guard rail safety training, work zone safety clearinghouse, and public road safety clearinghouse.

3/ This program receives obligation limitation that is available for four fiscal years.

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