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Semi-Annual Status of Federal-aid Highway Funds Report

Section 1402 of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act requires and codifies in 23 U.S.C. 104(g)(3)(A) a semi-annual Status of Federal-aid Highway Funds Report. This report contains various funding data for apportioned and allocated programs such as obligations, unobligated balances, expenditures, and transfers among apportioned programs.

Date Zipped PDF File Zipped Excel Files
9/30/2016 20160930_104g3a_pdfs.zip (2.85 MB)20160930_104g3a_excel.zip (245 KB)
3/31/2017 20170331_104g3a_pdf.zip (3.45 MB) 20170331_104g3a_excel.zip (284 KB)
9/30/2017 20170930_104g3a_pdf.zip (3.25 MB) 20170930_104g3a_excel.zip (303 KB)
03/31/2018 20180331_104g3a_pdf.zip (3.27 MB) 20180331_104g3a_excel.zip (290 KB)
09/30/2018 20180930_104g3a_pdf.zip (3.02 MB) 20180930_104g3a_excel.zip (299 KB)
3/31/2019 20190331_104g3a_pdf.zip (3.08 MB) 20190331_104g3a_excel.zip (277 KB)
9/30/2019 20190930_104g3a_pdf.zip (3.18 MB) 20190930_104g3a_excel.zip (297 KB)
3/31/2020 20200331_104g3a_pdf.zip (2.64 MB) 20200331_104g3a_excel.zip (282 KB)
9/30/2020 20200930_104g3a_pdf.zip (4.01 MB) 20200930_104g3a_excel.zip (290 KB)

Annual Project-Level Report

Section 1402 of the FAST Act requires and codifies in 23 USC 104(g)(3)(B) a new annual report to capture various detailed project-level data for projects with a total estimated cost of more than $25 million. The report captures data elements for each project such as location of the project, estimated total cost of the project, Federal funding obligated, programs from which the Federal funds have been obligated, and improvement types. This report replaces reporting previously required under section 1503 of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) Act, which was repealed by the FAST Act.

DatePDF FileZipped Excel Files
9/30/2016 2016 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.pdf (28.1 MB) 2016 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.zip (996 KB)
9/30/2017 2017 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.pdf (29.5 MB)2017 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.zip (1.3 MB)
9/30/2018 2018 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.pdf (30.6 MB)2018 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.zip (1.3 MB)
9/30/2019 2019 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.pdf (31.5 MB) 2019 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.zip (1.4 MB)
9/30/2020 2020 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.pdf (21.7 MB) 2020 Project Level Obligations Total Cost $25 million.zip (1.4 MB)

Previous Reports by Fiscal Year

For FYs 2004 to FY 2012, 23 U.S.C. 104(j) required the Secretary of Transportation to submit a report on the obligated and unobligated balances of funds to Congress each fiscal year. For FYs 2013 to 2015, the Moving Ahead For Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) Act, continued this reporting requirement, but it was codified in 23 U.S.C. 104(g).

Fiscal YearPDF FileZipped Excel Files
20042004obligations.pdf (12,378 KB) 
20052005obligations.pdf (1,946 KB) 
20062006obligations.pdf (501 KB)2006obligationsexcel.zip (131 KB)
20072007obligations.pdf (603 KB) 2007obligationsexcel.zip (118 KB)
20082008obligations.pdf (2,295 KB) 2008obligationsexcel.zip (130 KB)
20092009obligations.pdf (1,821 KB) 
20102010obligations.pdf (4,373 KB) 2010obligationsexcel.zip (129 KB)
20112011obligations.pdf (2,135 KB) 2011obligationsexcel.zip (277 KB)
20122012obligations.pdf (3,005 KB) 2012obligationsexcel.zip (533 KB)
20132013obligations.pdf (342 KB)2013obligationsexcel.zip (161 KB)
20142014obligations.pdf (11 MB) 2014obligationsexcel.zip (184 KB)
20152015obligations.pdf (1,055 KB) 2015obligationsexcel.zip (214 KB)

For FYs 2013 to 2015, section 1503(c) of MAP-21 also required the Secretary of Transportation to post a report listing Federal-aid projects by state, to include obligations and expenditures.

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