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Table FA-4A – Office of Highway Policy Information (OHPI) – FHWA

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Highway Statistics 2012


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2013 APPORTIONMENT FORMULAS - FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY PROGRAM
   ENACTED FOR MAP-21 - Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century

April 2014
Table FA-4A

OVERVIEW: Section 1101(a)(1) of MAP-21 authorizes a total of $37,476,819,674 for the Federal-aid highway apportioned programs. 1/

MAP-21 provides a total appointment for each State and then divides that State amount among individual apportioned programs. After determining the total apportionment for a State, MAP-21 divides that apportionment among the State's individual formula programs in the following manner:

Program Statute Method Formulas
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) [23 USC 104(b)(4)] Funded in an amount equal to the State's total apportionment multiplied by the following ratio: State's FY09 CMAQ $
State's total FY09 apportionments
Metropolitian Planning [23 USC 104(b)(5)] Funded in an amount equal to the State's total apportionment multiplied by the following ratio: State's FY09 Metro Planning $
State's total FY09 apportionments
National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) [23 USC 104(b)(1)] The remainder (net of CMAQ and Metro Planning) is divided based on the following proportions: 63.7% to NHPP
Surface Transportation Program (STP) [23 USC 104(b)(2)] 29.3% to STP
Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) [23 USC 104(b)(3)] 7.0% to HSIP
Railway Highway Crossings [23 USC 130]

Funded with an amount set aside from the State's HSIP apportionment –

  • Based on a current law formula for distribution; and
  • Such that the national total for the program is $220 million per year.
Transportation Alternatives (TA) [§1122; 23 USC 213]

Funded via setaside from NHPP, STP, HSIP, CMAQ, & Metro Planning:

  • The State receives a share of total TA funding equal to its share of total FY09 transportation enhancements (TE) funding.
  • The setaside is taken proportionally from each of the five programs in relation to the relative sizes of the State's apportionments (e.g., if a State's NHPP apportionment makes up 50% of what the State receives for the five programs, 50% of the setaside is applied against NHPP).
  • Unless the State opts out, an amount of TA equal to the State's FY09 Recreational Trails Program (RTP) apportionment is set aside for the RTP.

1/ Pursuant to section 3004 of Pub. L. 113-6, the Office of Management and Budget determined that there is a 0.2 percent across-the board rescission that applies to Federal–aid contract authority. The net amount apportioned after the 0.2 percent across-the board rescission is $37,403,114,035.

Source: FHWA Map-21 Fact Sheets/FHWA Notice 4510.765

 

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