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Category: FY16

New Data Shows Eight States Were Highway “Donor States” in FY 2016

April 5, 2018 – Newly released data from the Federal Highway Administration shows that eight states actually achieved highway “donor state” status in fiscal year 2016, which is hard to do when the Highway Trust Fund is systemically spending far more than it receives in tax payments.

FY 2016 TIGER Grants, Ranked by TIGER Share of Total Project Cost

      TIGER Grant Other Total TIGER State City/County Project Description Amount Matching Funds Project Cost Share VI St. Croix Port of St. Croix improvements $10,666,878 $2,666,720 $13,333,598 80% IN Mad… Sorry – you don’t have access to this item. Please log in below, or check out our membership options.

FY 2016 TIGER Grants, Alphabetical by State

      TIGER Grant Other Total TIGER State City/County Project Description Amount Matching Funds Project Cost Share AL Mobile Complete Streets initiative $14,465,044 $6,860,000 $21,325,044 68% AR Little Ro… Sorry – you don’t have access to this item. Please log in below, or check out our membership options.

FY 2016 TIGER Grants, Ranked by Grant Size

      TIGER Grant Other Total TIGER State City/County Project Description Amount Matching Funds Project Cost Share IL Chicago Garfield Green Line “L” Station $25,000,000 $25,404,663 $50,404,663 50% CT New… Sorry – you don’t have access to this item. Please log in below, or check out our membership options.

FY16 TIGER and “Low-No” Bus Grants Are Being Announced

July 27, 2016 – The U.S. Department of Transportation is expected to announce the full list of recipients of almost $500 million in “TIGER” surface transportation grant funding for fiscal 2016 later this week, and yesterday, the Federal Transit Administration released the list of the 20 transit agencies that will split a total of $55 million in funding for low or zero-emission bus purchases for FY16.

FHWA Gives States $37.3 Billion in FAST Act Funding

January 14, 2016 – Last week, the Federal Highway Administration took the first steps towards implementing the FAST Act by giving states $37.3 billion in highway spending authority for fiscal year 2016. This represents an increase of $2.1 billion over the comparable FY 2015 number, an increase of 5.8 percent.

Omnibus Appropriations Frees $2.1 Billion in “Dead Earmarks”

December 22, 2015 – The just-enacted fiscal 2016 omnibus appropriations bill includes a provision that will allow state DOT’s to take $2.1 billion in funding provided by Congress prior to 2006 for earmarked highway projects and redirect that money to other projects located within 50 miles of the location of the originally earmarked project.

Omnibus FY16 Bill Provides $76 Billion for USDOT

December 16, 2015 – At 1:34 a.m. this morning, House leaders finally released the text of the 2,009-page, $1.1 trillion omnibus appropriations package for fiscal year 2016. The House Rules Committee is scheduled to meet at 3 p.m. today to consider the measure, which will be combined with the tax extenders bill before being sent to the Senate. The legislation provides $76 billion for the U.S.

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