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Highway Statistics 2014


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Obligation for Federal Funds for Roadway
   Projects by Improvement Type 1/



Year 2014 = $19,092,062
Restoration & Rehab. 17%
Relocation 0%
New Route 10%
Resurfacing 25%
Reconstruction 48%

 


Year 2013 = $19,092,062
Restoration & Rehab. 17%
Relocation 0%
New Route 10%
Resurfacing 25%
Reconstruction 48%

 


Year 2012 = $18,363,789
Restoration & Rehab. 17%
Relocation 1%
New Route 9%
Resurfacing 26%
Reconstruction 47%

 

1/ Data source is the Fiscal Management Information System (FMIS) of the Federal Highway Administration. Major widening is now included in Reconstruction-added capacity. Minor widening is now included in Reconstruction- no added capacity. Reconstruction in these piecharts includes both major widening or minor widening.

 

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