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Transportation funding on fast track; apportionments announced.

The Federal Highway Administration has released fiscal year 1992 preliminary apportionments available for urbanized areas under the Surface Transportation Program of the recently enacted Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA).

Obligation of the STP funds are subject to approval by designated Metropolican Planning Organizations and the state. States are under extreme pressure by DOT to spend the available funds quickly to promote job expansion. For further information on your local situation, local officials should contact their MPO, state highway department or state DOT office.

Additional transportation funds are available under the public transportation title of the bill and may be available under the National Highway System program.

(Urbanized areas are listed by state with multistate areas indicated.)
Birmingham, AL $7,158,249
Columbus (GA) $371,540
Mobile, AL $3,462,615
Montgomery, AL $2,416,567
Phoenix, AZ $24,342,300
Tucson, AZ $7,172,536
Little Rock-North Little Rock, AR $4,563,175
Memphis (TN-MS) $517,084
Bakersfield, CA $2,202,293
Fresno, CA $3,299,659
Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA $82,988,161
Modesto, CA $1,678,322
Oxnard-Ventura-Thousand Oaks, CA $3,456,843
Sacramento, CA $7,983,764
San Bernadino-Riverside, CA $8,516,432
San Diego, CA $17,091,263
San Francisco-Oakland, CA $26,414,828
San Jose, CA $10,443,758
Stockton, CA $1,907,114
Colorado Springs, CO $3,075,172
Denver, CO $13,224,320
Bridgeport, CT $2,870,956
Hartford, CT $3,788,961
New Haven, CT $3,131,946
Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke, CT (MA) $472,026
Worcester (MA) $3,850
Wilmington, DE (NJ-MD) $7,713,216
Washington, DC (MD-VA) $8,651,815
Daytona Beach, FL $2,503,491
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, FL $14,003,392
Fort Myers, FL $2,494,568
Jacksonville, FL $8,651,867
Melbourne-Cocoa, FL $3,460,783
Miami, FL $21,655,881
Orlando, FL $10,033,895
Pensacola, FL $2,867,034
St. Pete-Clearwater-Tampa, FL $19,326,471
Sarasota-Bradenton, FL $5,026,245
West Palm Beach, FL $8,990,178
Atlanta, GA $27,952,808
Augusta, GA (SC) $2,811,103
Chattanooga, GA (TN) $598,410
Columbus, GA (AL) $2,440,714
Chicago-Northwestern Indiana, IL (IN) $45,750,701
Davenport-Rock Island-Moline, IL (IA) $981,550
Peoria, IL $1,761,199
Rockford, IL $1,510,289
St. Louis, IL (MO) $2,385,776
Chicago-Northwestern Indiana, IL (IN) $45,750,701
Fort Wayne, IN $3,341,770
Indianapolis, IN $12,305,260
Louisville (KY) $1,347,327
South Bend, IN $,894,603
Davenport-Rock Island-Moline, IA (IL) $1,330,194
Des Moines, IA $3,029,334
Omaha (NE) $617,000
Kansas City, KS (MO) $5,318,754
Wichita, KS $3,752,085
Cincinnati, OH (KY) $2,364,584
Lexington-Fayette, KY $2,208,031
Louisville, KY (IN) $6,550,999
Baton Rouge, LA $2,662,200
New Orleans, LA $7,567,546
Shreveport, LA $1,865,933
Baltimore, MD $9,753,452
Washington (DC-MD) $7,333,625
Wilmington (DE-NJ) $70,863
Boston, MA $3,166,922
Lawrence-Haverkill (NH) $241,903
Providence-Pawtucket-Warwick (RI) $106,223
Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke, MA $530,263
Worcester, MA $358,567
Ann Arbor, MI $1,658,734
Detroit, MI $27,619,513
Flint, MI $2,435,301
Grand Rapids, MI $3,239,308
Lansing, MI $1,980,186
South Bend (IN) $169,936
Toledo (OH) $140,558
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN $18,042,915
Jackson, MI $3,390,836
Memphis (TN-AR) $343,919
Kansas City (KS) $8,534,188
St. Louis (IL) $17,369,898
Omaha, NE $7,451,689
Las Vegas, NY $5,331,746
Reno, NV $1,634,255
Lawrence-Haverkill, NH (MA) $303,541
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, NH (PA) $92,371
New York-Northeastern NJ (NY) $19,034,236
Philadelphia (PA) $3,516,894
Trenton (PA) $951,719
Wilmington (DE) $96,934
Albuquerque, NM $10,604,301
El Paso, NM $174,470
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY $1,677,464
Buffalo, NY $3,144,449
New York-Northeastern NJ $36,013,922
Rochester, NY $2,041,708
Syracuse, NY $1,281,454
Charlotte, NC $5,661,717
Durham, NC $2,551,952
Fayetteville, NC $3,004,396
Raleigh, NC $3,001,738
Akron, OH $4,303,253
Canton, OH $1,993,838
Cincinnati (KY) $7,959,221
Cleveland, OH $13,675,278
Columbus, OH $7,705,776
Dayton, OH $5,001,116
Lorain-Elyria, OH $1,826,806
Toledo, OH (MI) $3,834,297
Youngstown-Warren, OH $2,948,061
Oklahoma City, OK $10,301,626
Tulsa, OK $6,233,677
Portland, OR (WA) $8,722,158
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA (NJ) $753,776
Harrisburg, PA $572,544
Philadelphia (NJ) $6,406,260
Pittsburgh, PA $3,281,469
Scranton-Wilkes-Barre $758,870
Trenton (NJ) $83,869
Wilmington (PA) $3,673
Providence-Pawtucket-Warwick, RI $8,141,156
Augusta, SC (GA) $539,848
Charleston, SC $3,058,510
Columbia, SC $2,549,164
Greenville, SC $1,926,712
Chattanooga, TN (GA) $2,671,258
Knoxville, TN $3,243,355
Memphis (AR-MS) $8,109,316
Nashville-Davidson, TN $6,107,073
Austin, TX $6,081,248
Corpus Christi, TX $2,921,907
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX $34,610,407
El Paso, TX $6,090,830
Houston, TX $31,402,788
McAllen-Pharr-Edinburg, TX $2,848,169
San Antonio, TX $12,219,299
Odgen, UT $2,883,254
Provo-Orem, UT $2,453,893
Salt Lake City, UT $8,783,339
Newport News-Hampton-Virginia Beach-Norfolk, VA $6,720,861
Richmond, VA $2,936,886
Washington (DC) $6,781,989
Portland (OR) $6,499,116
Seattle-Everett, WA $6,781,989
Spokane, Wa 1,939,826
Tacoma, WA $1,852,837
Madison, WI $3,344,825
Milwaukee, WI $16,787,275
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Title Annotation:includes related listing of apportionments
Author:Wollack, Leslie
Publication:Nation's Cities Weekly
Date:Apr 6, 1992
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