Revised table for apportioning 1978 fiscal year funds for the national system of interstate and defense highways

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Revised table for apportioning 1978 fiscal year funds for the national system of interstate and defense highways
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At head of title: 94th Congress, 2d session. Committee print.
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Printed for the use of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation.

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94th Congress
2d Session I


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REVISED TABLE FOR APNO"W o 1978
FISCAL YEAR FUNDS FOR THS'el(TIONAL
SYSTEM OF INTERSTATE AND
DEFENSE HIGHWAYS


Printed for the use of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation


U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION
ROBERT E. JONES, Alabama, Chairman


JIM WRIGHT, Texas
HAROLD T. JOHNSON, California
DAVID N. HENDERSON, North Carolina
RAY ROBERTS, Texas
JAMES J. HOWARD, New Jersey
GLENN M. ANDERSON, California
ROBERT A. ROE, New Jersey
TENO RONCALIO, Wyoming
MIKE McCORMACK, Washington
JAMES V. STANTON, Ohio
BELLA S. ABZUG, New York
JOHN B. BREAUX, Louisiana
BO GINN, Georgia
DALE MILFORD, Texas
NORMAN Y. MINETA, California
KENNETH L. HOLLAND, South Carolina
ALLAN T. HOWE, Utah
ELLIOTT H. LEVITAS, Georgia
JAMES L. OBERSTAR, Minnesota
JEROME A. AMBRO, New York
HENRY J. NOWAK, New York
ROBERT W. EDGAR, Pennsylvania
MARILYN LLOYD, Tennessee
JOHN G. FARY, Illinois
TED RISENHOOVER, Oklahoma


WILLIAM H. HARSILA, Ohio
JAMES C. CLEVELAND, New Hampshire
DON H. CLAUSEN, California
GENE SNYDER, Kentucky
JOHN PAUL HAMME RSCHMIDT, Arkansas
BUD SHUSTER, Pennsylvania
WILLIAM F. WALSH, New York
THAD COCHRAN, Mississippi
JAMES D. ABDNOR, South Dakota
GENE TAYLOR, Missouri
BARRY M. GOLDWATER, Ja., California
TOM HAGEDO RN, Minnesota
GARY A. MYERS, Pennsylvania


SUBCOMMITTEE ON SURFACE TRANSPORTATION
JAMES 3. HOWARD, New Jersey, Chairman


JIM W RIGHT, Texas
HAROLD T. JOHNSON, California
GLENN M. ANDERSON, California
ROBERT A. ROE, New Jersey
MIKE McCORMACK, Washington
JAMES V. STANTON, Ohio
BELLA S. ABZUG, New York
JOHN B. BREAUX, Louisiana
BO GINN, Georgia
NORMAN Y. MINETA, California
ELLIOTT H. LEVITAS, Georgia
JEROME A. AMBRO, New York
HENRY J. NOWAK, New York
ROBERT W. EDGAR, Pennsylvania


BUD SHUSTER, Pennsylvania
JAMES C. CLEVELAND, New Hampshire
DON H. CLAUSEN, California
WILLIAM F. WALSH, New York
THAD COCHRAN, Mississippi
TOM HAGEDORN, Minnesota
GARY A. MYERS, Pennsylvania


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INTERSTATE APPORTIONMENT TABLE FOR APPORTIONING 1978 FISCAL
YEAR FUNDS
The conference report on H.R. 8235 authorizes $3,250,000,000 for
fiscal year 1978 for the construction of projects on the National
System of Interstate and Defense Highways. The information and
data in this committee print provide the basis for apportionment of
these funds. The conference report also authorizes $91,000,000 for
fiscal year 1978 to insure that all States receive at least one-half of 1
percent of total apportionments for the Interstate System for ^iich
year.
The 1977 fiscal year authorization was apportioned in December
1975 on the basis of the apportionment factors provided in Table 5 of
House Committee on Public Works and Transportation Committee
Print 94-14.
These factors were developed from cost information generally
representing net cost needs to complete the System as of January 1,
1974. In consideration of the several factors which have materially
affected the needs of the individual States since January 1, 1974, it is
considered desirable to base the 1978 fiscal year apportionments on a
revised Table 5 which more accurately reflects the current relative
needs of each State.
The revised apportionment table to be used for apportioning 1978
funds will be based on the original Table 5 of Committee Print 94-14
but adjusted to reflect (1) System changes during 1974 and 1975; (2)
the full cost of all Section 103(e)(2) system additions; (3) changes in
unobligated balances; and (4) the inclusion of certain additional work
which was previously considered inappropriate for inclusion in the
apportionment bases.
Specifically, the revised apportionment table reflects additional
System withdrawals in the States of Connecticut, Georgia, and
Maryland; and in the District of Columbia. Also reflected in this table
are the full costs of all routes added to the System under Section
103(e)(2) (Howard-Cramer Amendment). This adjustment was con-
sidered appropriate in view of the amendments to Section 103(e)(2)
enacted by the 1976 Federal-Aid Highway Act. The changes in
unobligated balances referred to above relate to the reapportionment
of the Interstate funds authorized for fiscal year 1973 which lapsed on
July 1, 1975, and to the reduction of certain States' unobligated
balances resulting from the approval of substitute transit projects
under Section 103(e)(4).
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REVISED TABLE 5.-ESTIMATED FEDERAL-AID AND STATE MATCHING FUNDS TO COMPLETE THE SYSTEM, AND
APPORTIONMENT FACTORS FOR DISTRIBUTION OF THE 1978 FISCAL YEAR AUTHORIZATION
[Adjusted to reflect (1) all System withdrawals and additions through December 10, 1975; (2) the full cost of all Section
103(e)(2) System additions; (3) the redistribution of lapsed 1973 fiscal year funds; (4) the reduction of unobligated
apportionments resulting from the approval of Section 103(eX4) substitute transit projects); and (5) the inclusion of
added costs in Kentucky and Massachusettsl

Estimated
Federal-Aid
and Estimated
State matching Federal share of
funds required funds required Apportionment
to complete to complete factors
State system ($1,000) system ($1,000) (percent)


Alabama ------- ------------ ---------------
Alaska------ ---------- ------------------------------ -
Arizona--------------------------------
Arkansas----- ------ ----- ---------------- ----------- -----
California--------- ---------- --------------------------
Colorado----------------------------------------
Connecticut ------ --------------------------------
Delaware -------------------------------------------------
Florida...---------...---------------------.. -----.------
Georgia. .. ----- --- ------ ---------------- -- -------------
H aw aii -- - - - -- - -- - -- - - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - - -
Idaho ------------- -- ------ -------------------
Illinois --- --------- --------- --- ---------------------------
Indiana -------- -- ---------------------- -----------------
lovwa --- ----- ------------------- ----- -- ----- -------
Kansas -------------------------------------------------
Kentucky ------- ----------- --- -- --- -------
Louisiana ------------------------ ------- ------- ---------
Maine --- ---- ---- -------- -- -- -----------------
M aryland--------------------------- ------ --- --- --- -----
M assachusetts ----------- --- - - ----- --- --- ---- -----
M ichigan .... --------------------------
Minnesota ------- ------------------------------------
Mississippi ----------
MV issour i ------------ -------------- --- ---- ----- ---- -----
Montana --- -- ------ ----------- ----------------------- ---
Nebraska -- ---- ----------- ---- -- --- -----------------
Nevada ------- ---------------------- ------------------
New Hampshire.----------------------------------------
New Jersey---- -- ------ -------- --------- -------------
New Mexico.----------------------------------------------
New Yoik ... .. ... .. ... ..------------------------------------
North Carolina-------------------------------------------
North Dakota------------------ ----------- -------------
Ohio ----------------- --- ------ -- ------- --- ----- ------
Oklahoma------------------.-.--------------..-------------
Oregon ------- - - - - - --------- --- --- ----
Peinsilvania --- ---- ----- ------ --- --- --------------------
Rhode Island.---------....------------.-----.-------------.
South Carolina.---------------------------------
South Dakota.---------- ---------------------------------
Tennessee.------ ------------------------------------
Texas.----------------------------------------------------
Utah-------- ---------------------------------
Vermont.----------..---.--------------------------...
Virginia ------ ----------------------------------
Washington --- --------------------------------
West Virginia -------- ---------------------------------
Wisconsin-------- -----------------------------
Wyoming -------- ----------- -----------
District of Columbia ------------------------------
Total --------------------------------------- 23


544,416
'598,111l
150,327
1,293,147
518,755
679,906
835,444
640,104
293,798
98,399
960,467
209,484
250,386
320,328
552,035
869,305
62,075
911,611
409,,472
627,680
570,750
168,226
402,244
214,665
10,026
112,906
158,516
666,454
205,994
1,139,749
481,043
2,385
642,405
95,318
618,553
917,564
208,880
155,761
46,891
542,672
988,841
257,378
84, 847
1,144, 867
728,428
519,937
207,205
90,416
,037,931
3,246,102


489,974 2.331
----563,'778------2.682
135,294 .644
1,183,100 5.628
472,429 2.247
612,235 2.913
751,90063.577
576,094 2.741
264,419 1.258
90,823 .432
864,420 4.112
188,536 .897
225,348 1.072
288,295 1.371
496,831 2.364
782,374 3.722
55,868 .266
820,450 3.903
368,525 1.753
564,912 2.687
513,675 2.444
151,403 .720
362,020 1.722
195,753 .931
9,023 .043
107,261 .510
142,664 .679
599,808 2.853
190,419 .906
1,026,867 4.885
432,939 2.060
2,147 .010
578,164 2.750
85,787 ..408
570,800 2.715
825,808 31928
187,996 .894
140,185 .667
42,685 .203
488,404 2.323
889,957 4.234
242,578 1.154
76,363 .363
1,030,380 4.902
660,246 3.141
467,943 2.226
186,485 .887
83,689 .39
934,273 4.444
21,021,328 100.000