[Congressional Bills 109th Congress]
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[H.R. 3 Engrossed in House (EH)]

  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
109th CONGRESS
  1st Session
                                 H. R. 3

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                                 AN ACT


 
 To authorize funds for Federal-aid highways, highway safety programs, 
             and transit programs, and for other purposes.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 
United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE, TABLE OF CONTENTS.

    (a) Short Title.--This Act may be cited as the ``Transportation 
Equity Act: A Legacy for Users''.
    (b) Secretary Defined.--In this Act, the term ``Secretary'' means 
the Secretary of Transportation.
    (c) Table of Contents.--The table of contents for this Act is as 
follows:

Sec. 1. Short title, table of contents.
                     TITLE I--FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAYS

                 Subtitle A--Authorization of Programs

Sec. 1101. Authorizations of appropriations.
Sec. 1102. Obligation ceiling.
Sec. 1103. Apportionments.
Sec. 1104. Minimum guarantee.
Sec. 1105. Project approval and oversight.
Sec. 1106. Use of excess funds.
Sec. 1107. Temporary traffic control devices.
Sec. 1108. Revenue aligned budget authority.
Sec. 1109. Pay to play reform.
Sec. 1110. Emergency relief.
Sec. 1111. Surface transportation program.
Sec. 1112. Highway use tax evasion projects.
Sec. 1113. Appalachian development highway system.
Sec. 1114. Construction of ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities.
Sec. 1115. Interstate maintenance discretionary.
Sec. 1116. Highway bridge.
Sec. 1117. Transportation and community and system preservation 
                            program.
Sec. 1118. Deployment of magnetic levitation transportation projects.
Sec. 1119. Recreational trails.
Sec. 1120. Federal lands highways.
Sec. 1121. Conservation measures.
Sec. 1122. Pedestrian and cyclist equity.
Sec. 1123. National commissions.
Sec. 1124. Adjustments for the Surface Transportation Extension Act of 
                            2004, Part V.
Sec. 1125. Roadway safety.
Sec. 1126. Equity requirement.
                     Subtitle B--Congestion Relief

Sec. 1201. Motor vehicle congestion relief.
Sec. 1202. Transportation systems management and operations.
Sec. 1203. Real-time system management information program.
Sec. 1204. Expedited national intelligent transportation systems 
                            deployment program.
Sec. 1205. Intelligent transportation systems deployment.
Sec. 1206. Environmental review of activities that support deployment 
                            of intelligent transportation systems.
Sec. 1207. State assumption of responsibilities for certain programs 
                            and projects.
Sec. 1208. HOV facilities.
Sec. 1209. Congestion pricing pilot program.
Sec. 1210. Congestion mitigation and air quality improvement program 
                            eligibility.
Sec. 1211. Special rules for State assumption of responsibilities.
Sec. 1212. Opening of Interstate ramps.
                  Subtitle C--Mobility and Efficiency

Sec. 1301. National corridor infrastructure improvement program.
Sec. 1302. Coordinated border infrastructure program.
Sec. 1303. Freight intermodal connectors.
Sec. 1304. Projects of national and regional significance.
Sec. 1305. Dedicated truck lanes.
Sec. 1306. Truck parking facilities.
Sec. 1307. Freight intermodal distribution pilot grant program.
                       Subtitle D--Highway Safety

Sec. 1401. Highway safety improvement program.
Sec. 1402. Worker injury prevention and free flow of vehicular traffic.
Sec. 1403. High risk rural road safety improvement program.
Sec. 1404. Transfers of apportionments to safety programs.
Sec. 1405. Safety incentive grants for use of seat belts.
Sec. 1406. Safety incentives to prevent operation of motor vehicles by 
                            intoxicated persons.
Sec. 1407. Repeat offenders for driving while intoxicated.
Sec. 1408. Repair or replacement of highway features on National 
                            Highway System.
Sec. 1409. Rented or leased motor vehicles.
           Subtitle E--Construction and Contract Efficiencies

Sec. 1501. Design--build.
Sec. 1502. Warranty highway construction project pilot program.
Sec. 1503. Private investment study.
Sec. 1504. Highways for LIFE pilot program.
                          Subtitle F--Finance

Sec. 1601. Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act.
Sec. 1602. State infrastructure banks.
Sec. 1603. Interstate System reconstruction and rehabilitation toll 
                            pilot program.
Sec. 1604. Interstate System construction toll pilot program.
Sec. 1605. Special rules relating to State infrastructure bank program.
                   Subtitle G--High Priority Projects

Sec. 1701. High priority projects program.
Sec. 1702. Project authorizations.
                  Subtitle H--Miscellaneous Provisions

Sec. 1801. Budget justification.
Sec. 1802. Motorist information.
Sec. 1803. Motorist information concerning full-service restaurants.
Sec. 1804. High priority corridors on the National Highway System.
Sec. 1805. Additions to Appalachian region.
Sec. 1806. Transportation assets and needs of Delta region.
Sec. 1807. Toll facilities workplace safety study.
Sec. 1808. Pavement marking systems demonstration projects.
Sec. 1809. Work zone safety grants.
Sec. 1810. Grant program to prohibit racial profiling.
Sec. 1811. America's Byways Resource Center.
Sec. 1812. Technical adjustment.
Sec. 1813. Road user charge evaluation pilot project.
Sec. 1814. Thomas P. ``Tip'' O'Neill, Jr. Tunnel.
Sec. 1815. Conforming amendment for transportation planning sections.
Sec. 1816. Distribution of metropolitan planning funds within States.
Sec. 1817. Treatment of off ramp.
Sec. 1818. Loan forgiveness.
Sec. 1819. Lead agency designation.
Sec. 1820. Use of debris from demolished bridges and overpasses.
Sec. 1821. Hubzone program.
Sec. 1822. Technical amendments to TEA 21 projects.
Sec. 1823. National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse.
Sec. 1824. Transportation conformity.
Sec. 1825. Eligibility to participate in western Alaska community 
                            development quota program.
Sec. 1826. Metropolitan regional freight and passenger transportation 
                            study.
Sec. 1827. Intermodal transportation facility expansion.
Sec. 1828. Advanced truck stop electrification system.
Sec. 1829. Technology.
Sec. 1830. Extension of public transit vehicle exemption from axle 
                            weight restrictions.
Sec. 1831. Motorcyclist Advisory Council.
Sec. 1832. Sharing of monetary recoveries.
Sec. 1833. Eligibility under CMAQ.
Sec. 1834. Sense of Congress regarding Buy America.
Sec. 1835. Community enhancement study.
Sec. 1836. Transportation and local workforce investment.
Sec. 1837. Special rule for fiscal year 2004.
Sec. 1837. Special rule for fiscal year 2004.
Sec. 1838. Amo Houghton bypass.
Sec. 1839. Inclusion of certain route segments on the Interstate 
                            System.
Sec. 1840. Rescission of unobligated balances.
Sec. 1841. Transportation development credits.
                        TITLE II--HIGHWAY SAFETY

Sec. 2001. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 2002. Occupant protection incentive grants.
Sec. 2003. Alcohol-impaired driving countermeasures.
Sec. 2004. State traffic safety information system improvements.
Sec. 2005. High visibility enforcement program.
Sec. 2006. Motorcycle crash causation study.
Sec. 2007. Child safety and child booster seat incentive grants.
Sec. 2008. Motorcyclist safety.
Sec. 2009. Driver fatigue.
Sec. 2010. Authorization of appropriations for highway safety research 
                            and development.
Sec. 2011. Safety data.
Sec. 2012. Driver performance study.
Sec. 2013. Drug impaired driving enforcement.
Sec. 2014. Transportation of schoolchildren.
Sec. 2015. Rural State emergency medical services optimization pilot 
                            program.
Sec. 2016. State apportionments.
Sec. 2017. Safe intersections.
           TITLE III--FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS

Sec. 3001. Short title; amendments to title 49, United States Code.
Sec. 3002. Policies, findings, and purposes.
Sec. 3003. Definitions.
Sec. 3004. Metropolitan planning.
Sec. 3005. Statewide planning.
Sec. 3006. Planning programs.
Sec. 3007. Private enterprise participation.
Sec. 3008. Urbanized area formula grants.
Sec. 3009. Clean fuels formula grant program.
Sec. 3010. Capital investment grants.
Sec. 3011. Formula grants for special needs of elderly individuals and 
                            individuals with disabilities.
Sec. 3012. Formula grants for other than urbanized areas.
Sec. 3013. Research, development, demonstration, and deployment 
                            projects.
Sec. 3014. Cooperative research program.
Sec. 3015. National research and technology programs.
Sec. 3016. National Transit Institute.
Sec. 3017. Job access and reverse commute formula grants.
Sec. 3018. New Freedom program.
Sec. 3019. Bus testing facility.
Sec. 3020. Bicycle facilities.
Sec. 3021. Transit in the parks pilot program.
Sec. 3022. Human resource programs.
Sec. 3023. General provisions on assistance.
Sec. 3024. Special provisions for capital projects.
Sec. 3025. Contract requirements.
Sec. 3026. Project management oversight and review.
Sec. 3027. Investigations of safety and hazards.
Sec. 3028. State safety oversight.
Sec. 3029. Controlled substances and alcohol misuse testing.
Sec. 3030. Employee protective arrangements.
Sec. 3031. Administrative procedures.
Sec. 3032. National transit database.
Sec. 3033. Apportionments based on fixed guideway factors.
Sec. 3034. Authorizations.
Sec. 3035. Over-the-road bus accessibility program.
Sec. 3036. Updated terminology.
Sec. 3037. Project authorizations for new fixed guideway capital 
                            projects.
Sec. 3038. Projects for bus and bus-related facilities.
Sec. 3039. National fuel cell bus technology development program.
Sec. 3040. High-intensity small-urbanized area formula grant program.
Sec. 3041. Allocations for national research and technology programs.
Sec. 3042. Relationship to other laws.
Sec. 3043. Forgiveness of grant agreement.
Sec. 3044. Cooperative procurement.
Sec. 3045. Obligation ceiling.
Sec. 3046. Adjustments for the Surface Transportation Extension Act of 
                            2004, Part V.
Sec. 3047. Special rule for fiscal year 2004.
           TITLE IV--MOTOR CARRIER TRANSPORTATION AND SAFETY

              Subtitle A--Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety

Sec. 4101. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 4102. Motor carrier safety grants.
Sec. 4103. Border enforcement grants.
Sec. 4104. Commercial driver's license improvements.
Sec. 4105. Hobbs Act.
Sec. 4106. Penalty for denial of access to records.
Sec. 4107. Medical Review Board.
Sec. 4108. Increased penalties for out-of-service violations and false 
                            records.
Sec. 4109. Commercial vehicle information systems and networks 
                            deployment.
Sec. 4110. Safety fitness.
Sec. 4111. Pattern of safety violations by motor carrier management.
Sec. 4112. Motor carrier research and technology program.
Sec. 4113. International cooperation.
Sec. 4114. Performance and registration information System management.
Sec. 4115. Data quality improvement.
Sec. 4116. Driveaway saddlemount vehicles.
Sec. 4117. Completion of uniform carrier registration.
Sec. 4118. Registration of motor carriers and freight forwarders.
Sec. 4119. Deposit of certain civil penalties into Highway Trust Fund.
Sec. 4120. Outreach and education.
Sec. 4121. Insulin treated diabetes mellitus.
Sec. 4122. Grant program for commercial motor vehicle operators.
Sec. 4123. Commercial motor vehicle safety advisory committee.
Sec. 4124. Safety data improvement program.
Sec. 4125. Commercial driver's license information System 
                            modernization.
Sec. 4126. Maximum hours of service for operators of ground water well 
                            drilling rigs.
Sec. 4127. Safety performance history screening.
Sec. 4128. Intermodal chassis roadability rule-making.
Sec. 4129. Substance abuse professionals.
Sec. 4130. Interstate van operations.
Sec. 4131. Hours of service for operators of utility service vehicles.
Sec. 4132. Technical corrections.
Sec. 4133. Intrastate and foreign operations of interstate motor 
                            carriers.
Sec. 4134. Operators of vehicles transporting agricultural commodities 
                            and farm supplies.
Sec. 4135. Hours of service rules for operators providing 
                            transportation to movie production sites.
Sec. 4136. State laws relating to vehicle towing.
Sec. 4137. Special rule for fiscal year 2004.
Sec. 4138. Nebraska custom harvesters length exemption.
Sec. 4139. Truckload fuel surcharge.
               Subtitle B--Household Goods Transportation

Sec. 4201. Federal-State relations relating to transportation of 
                            household goods.
Sec. 4202. Arbitration requirements.
Sec. 4203. Civil Penalties relating to household goods brokers and 
                            unauthorized transportation.
Sec. 4204. Civil penalty for holding household goods hostage.
Sec. 4205. Working group for development of practices and procedures to 
                            enhance Federal-State relations.
Sec. 4206. Consumer handbook on DOT web site.
Sec. 4207. Release of household goods broker information.
Sec. 4208. Consumer complaint information.
Sec. 4209. Insurance regulations.
Sec. 4210. Estimating requirements.
Sec. 4211. Application of State consumer protection laws to certain 
                            household goods carriers.
Sec. 4212. Applicability to household goods motor carriers.
Sec. 4213. Violations of Out-of-Service Orders.
Sec. 4214. Criminal penalty for holding goods hostage.
             TITLE V--TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

                          Subtitle A--Funding

Sec. 5101. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 5102. Obligation ceiling.
Sec. 5103. Findings.
            Subtitle B--Research, Technology, and Education

Sec. 5201. Research, technology, and education.
Sec. 5202. Long-term bridge performance program; innovative bridge 
                            research and deployment program.
Sec. 5203. Surface transportation environment and planning cooperative 
                            research program.
Sec. 5204. Technology deployment.
Sec. 5205. Training and education.
Sec. 5206. Freight planning capacity building.
Sec. 5207. Advanced travel forecasting procedures program.
Sec. 5208. National cooperative freight transportation research 
                            program.
Sec. 5209. Future strategic highway research program.
Sec. 5210. Transportation safety information management system project.
Sec. 5211. Surface transportation congestion relief solutions research 
                            initiative.
Sec. 5212. Motor carrier efficiency study.
Sec. 5213. Transportation research and development strategic planning.
Sec. 5214. Limitation on remedies for future strategic highway research 
                            program.
Sec. 5215. Center for Transportation Advancement and Regional 
                            Development.
Sec. 5216. Hazardous materials research projects.
      Subtitle C--University Transportation Research; Scholarship 
                             Opportunities

Sec. 5301. National university transportation centers.
Sec. 5302. University transportation research.
Sec. 5303. Transportation scholarship opportunities program.
                   Subtitle D--Advanced Technologies

Sec. 5401. Advanced heavy-duty vehicle technologies research program.
Sec. 5402. Commercial remote sensing products and spatial information 
                            technologies.
Sec. 5403. Transportation technology innovation and demonstration 
                            program.
              Subtitle E--Transportation Data and Analysis

Sec. 5501. Bureau of Transportation Statistics.
Sec. 5502. Reports of Bureau of Transportation Statistics.
        Subtitle F--Intelligent Transportation Systems Research

Sec. 5601. Short title.
Sec. 5602. Goals and purposes.
Sec. 5603. General authorities and requirements.
Sec. 5604. National architecture and Standards.
Sec. 5605. Research and development.
Sec. 5606. Infrastructure development.
Sec. 5607. Road weather research and development program.
Sec. 5608. Definitions.
Sec. 5609. Rural interstate corridor communications study.
Sec. 5610. Centers for surface transportation excellence.
Sec. 5611. Repeal.
Sec. 5612. Special rule for fiscal year 2004.
         TITLE VI--TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND PROJECT DELIVERY

Sec. 6001. Transportation planning.
Sec. 6002. Efficient environmental reviews for project decisionmaking.
Sec. 6003. Policy on historic sites.
Sec. 6004. Exemption of Interstate System.
Sec. 6005. Interstate compacts.
Sec. 6006. Development of transportation plan.
Sec. 6007. Interstate agreements.
Sec. 6008. Regulations relating to transportation planning.
Sec. 6009. Special rules relating to project development procedures.
             TITLE VII--HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION

Sec. 7001. Amendment of title 49, United States Code.
Sec. 7002. Findings and purpose.
Sec. 7003. Definitions.
Sec. 7004. General regulatory authority.
Sec. 7005. Representation and tampering.
Sec. 7006. Technical amendments.
Sec. 7007. Training of certain employees.
Sec. 7008. Registration.
Sec. 7009. Providing shipping papers.
Sec. 7010. Rail tank cars.
Sec. 7011. Unsatisfactory safety rating.
Sec. 7012. Training curriculum for the public sector.
Sec. 7013. Planning and training grants, monitoring, and review.
Sec. 7014. Special permits and exclusions.
Sec. 7015. Uniform forms and Procedures.
Sec. 7016. International uniformity of standards and requirements.
Sec. 7017. Administrative.
Sec. 7018. Enforcement.
Sec. 7019. Civil penalty.
Sec. 7020. Criminal penalty.
Sec. 7021. Preemption.
Sec. 7022. Relationship to other laws.
Sec. 7023. Judicial review.
Sec. 7024. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 7025. Determining amount of undeclared shipments of hazardous 
                            materials entering the United States.
Sec. 7026. Conforming amendments.
Sec. 7027. National first responder transportation incident response 
                            system.
Sec. 7028. Common carrier pipeline system.
      TITLE VIII--TRANSPORTATION DISCRETIONARY SPENDING GUARANTEE

Sec. 8001. Discretionary spending limits for the highway and mass 
                            transit categories.
Sec. 8002. Adjustments to align highway spending with revenues.
Sec. 8003. Level of obligation limitations.
Sec. 8004. Enforcement of guarantee.
Sec. 8005. Transfer of Federal transit administrative expenses.
                       TITLE IX--RAIL PROVISIONS

Sec. 9001. High-speed rail corridor development.
                        TITLE X--TAX PROVISIONS

Sec. 10001. Short title.
Sec. 10002. Extension of highway-related taxes and trust funds.
Sec. 10003. Technical corrections regarding highway-related taxes.

                     TITLE I--FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAYS

                 Subtitle A--Authorization of Programs

SEC. 1101. AUTHORIZATIONS OF APPROPRIATIONS.

    (a) In General.--The following sums are authorized to be 
appropriated from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit 
Account):
            (1) Interstate maintenance program.--For the Interstate 
        maintenance program under section 119 of title 23, United 
        States Code, $4,323,076,000 for fiscal year 2004, 
        $4,486,153,000 for fiscal year 2005, $4,601,932,000 for fiscal 
        year, 2006, $4,715,480,000 for fiscal year 2007, $4,831,867,000 
        for fiscal year 2008, and $4,951,164,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (2) National highway system.--For the National Highway 
        System under section 103 of that title, $5,187,691,000 for 
        fiscal year 2004, $5,557,383,000 for fiscal year 2005, 
        $5,705,318,000 for fiscal year 2006, $5,831,576,000 for fiscal 
        year 2007, $5,971,240,000 for fiscal year 2008, and 
        $6,111,396,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (3) Bridge program.--For the bridge program under section 
        144 of that title, $3,709,440,000 for fiscal year 2004, 
        $3,942,176,000 for fiscal year 2005, $4,037,231,000 for fiscal 
        year 2006, $4,134,661,000 for fiscal year 2007, $4,234,528,000 
        for fiscal year 2008, and $4,336,891,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (4) Highway safety improvement program.--For the highway 
        safety improvement program under sections 130 and 152 of that 
        title, $630,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, $645,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2006, $660,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, 
        $680,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $695,000,000 for fiscal 
        year 2009. Of such funds \1/3\ per fiscal year shall be 
        available to carry out section 130 and \2/3\ shall be available 
        to carry out section 152.
            (5) Surface transportation program.--For the surface 
        transportation program under section 133 of that title, 
        $6,052,306,000 for fiscal year 2004, $6,950,614,000 for fiscal 
        year 2005, $6,788,704,000 for fiscal year 2006, $6,947,672,000 
        for fiscal year 2007, $7,110,614,000 for fiscal year 2008, and 
        $7,282,629,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (6) Congestion mitigation and air quality improvement 
        program.--For the congestion mitigation and air quality 
        improvement program under section 149 of that title, 
        $1,469,846,000 for fiscal year 2004, $1,521,592,000 for fiscal 
        year 2005, $1,559,257,000 for fiscal year 2006, $1,597,863,000 
        for fiscal year 2007, $1,637,435,000 for fiscal year 2008, and 
        $1,677,996,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (7) Appalachian development highway system program.--For 
        the Appalachian development highway system program under 
        section 14501 of title 40, United States Code, $460,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2004 and $470,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2005 
        through 2009.
            (8) Recreational trails program.--For the recreational 
        trails program under section 206 of title 23, United States 
        Code, $53,000,000 for fiscal year 2004, $70,000,000 for fiscal 
        year 2005, $80,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $90,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2007, $100,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and 
        $110,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (9) Federal lands highways program.--
                    (A) Indian reservation roads.--For Indian 
                reservation roads under section 204 of title 23, United 
                States Code, $325,000,000 for fiscal year 2004, 
                $365,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, $390,000,000 for 
                fiscal year 2006, $395,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, 
                $420,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $420,000,000 for 
                fiscal year 2009.
                    (B) Park roads and parkways.--For park roads and 
                parkways roads under section 204 of that title, 
                $170,000,000 for fiscal year 2004, $185,000,000 for 
                fiscal year 2005, $200,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, 
                $215,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, $225,000,000 for 
                fiscal year 2008, and $225,000,000 for fiscal year 
                2009.
                    (C) Public lands highway.--For public lands highway 
                under section 204 of that title, $250,000,000 for 
                fiscal year 2004, $260,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, 
                $280,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $280,000,000 for 
                fiscal year 2007, $290,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, 
                and $300,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
                    (D) Refuge roads.--For refuge roads under section 
                204 of that title, $20,000,000 for each of fiscal years 
                2004 through 2009.
            (10) National corridor infrastructure improvement 
        program.--For the national corridor infrastructure improvement 
        program under section 1301 of this title, $600,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2005, $600,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, 
        $600,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, $600,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2008, and $600,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (11) Coordinated border infrastructure program.--For the 
        coordinated border infrastructure program under section 1302 of 
        this title, $200,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, $200,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2006, $200,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, 
        $200,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $225,000,000 for fiscal 
        year 2009.
            (12) Projects of national and regional significance 
        program.--For the projects of national and regional 
        significance program under section 1304 of this title, 
        $1,100,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, $1,100,000,000 for fiscal 
        year 2006, $1,200,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, $1,300,000,000 
        for fiscal year 2008, and $1,300,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (13) National scenic byways program.--For the national 
        scenic byways program under section 162 of title 23, United 
        States Code, $30,000,000 for fiscal year 2004, $40,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2005, $45,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $55,000,000 
        for fiscal year 2007, $55,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and 
        $60,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (14) Deployment of 511 traveler information program.--For 
        the 511 traveler information program under section 1204(c)(7) 
        of this title, $6,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2005 through 
        2009.
            (15) High priority projects program.--For the high priority 
        projects program under section 117 of title 23, United States 
        Code, $2,496,450,000 for fiscal year 2005, $2,244,550,000 for 
        fiscal year 2006, $2,143,250,000 for fiscal year 2007, 
        $2,192,450,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $2,050,450,000 for 
        fiscal year 2009.
            (16) Freight intermodal connector program.--For the freight 
        intermodal connector program under section 1303 of this title, 
        $421,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, $421,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2006, $421,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, $421,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2008, and $426,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (17) High risk rural road safety improvement program.--For 
        the high risk rural road safety improvement program under 
        section 1403 of this title, $105,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, 
        $110,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $120,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2007, $125,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $130,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2009.
            (18) Pedestrian and cyclist equity--safe routes to school 
        program.--For the safe routes to school program under section 
        1122(a) of this title, $175,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, 
        $200,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $200,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2007, $200,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $225,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2009.
    (b) Disadvantaged Business Enterprises.--
            (1) General rule.--Except to the extent that the Secretary 
        determines otherwise, not less than 10 percent of the amounts 
        made available for any program under titles I, III, and V of 
        this Act and section 403 of title 23, United States Code, shall 
        be expended with small business concerns owned and controlled 
        by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.
            (2) Definitions.--In this subsection, the following 
        definitions apply:
                    (A) Small business concern.--The term ``small 
                business concern'' has the meaning such term has under 
                section 3 of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 632); 
                except that such term shall not include any concern or 
                group of concerns controlled by the same socially and 
                economically disadvantaged individual or individuals 
                which has average annual gross receipts over the 
                preceding 3 fiscal years in excess of $17,420,000, as 
                adjusted by the Secretary for inflation.
                    (B) Socially and economically disadvantaged 
                individuals.--The term ``socially and economically 
                disadvantaged individuals'' has the meaning such term 
                has under section 8(d) of the Small Business Act (15 
                U.S.C. 637(d)) and relevant subcontracting regulations 
                promulgated pursuant thereto; except that women shall 
                be presumed to be socially and economically 
                disadvantaged individuals for purposes of this 
                subsection.
            (3) Annual listing of disadvantaged business enterprises.--
        Each State shall annually survey and compile a list of the 
        small business concerns referred to in paragraph (1) and the 
        location of such concerns in the State and notify the 
        Secretary, in writing, of the percentage of such concerns which 
        are controlled by women, by socially and economically 
        disadvantaged individuals (other than women), and by 
        individuals who are women and are otherwise socially and 
        economically disadvantaged individuals.
            (4) Uniform certification.--The Secretary shall establish 
        minimum uniform criteria for State governments to use in 
        certifying whether a concern qualifies for purposes of this 
        subsection. Such minimum uniform criteria shall include, but 
        not be limited to, on-site visits, personal interviews, 
        licenses, analysis of stock ownership, listing of equipment, 
        analysis of bonding capacity, listing of work completed, resume 
        of principal owners, financial capacity, and type of work 
        preferred.
            (5) Compliance with court orders.--Nothing in this 
        subsection limits the eligibility of an entity or person to 
        receive funds made available under titles I, III, and V of this 
        Act and section 403 of title 23, United States Code, if the 
        entity or person is prevented, in whole or in part, from 
        complying with paragraph (1) because a Federal court issues a 
        final order in which the court finds that the requirement of 
        paragraph (1), or the program established under paragraph (1), 
        is unconstitutional.

SEC. 1102. OBLIGATION CEILING.

    (a) General Limitation.--Notwithstanding any other provision of law 
but subject to subsections (g) and (h), the obligations for Federal-aid 
highway and highway safety construction programs shall not exceed--
            (1) $33,643,000,000 for fiscal year 2004;
            (2) $34,412,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
            (3) $36,287,100,000 for fiscal year 2006;
            (4) $37,616,700,000 for fiscal year 2007;
            (5) $38,876,400,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
            (6) $40,231,500,000 for fiscal year 2009.
    (b) Exceptions.--The limitations under subsection (a) shall not 
apply to obligations--
            (1) under section 125 of title 23, United States Code;
            (2) under section 147 of the Surface Transportation 
        Assistance Act of 1978;
            (3) under section 9 of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1981;
            (4) under sections 131(b) and 131(j) of the Surface 
        Transportation Assistance Act of 1982;
            (5) under sections 149(b) and 149(c) of the Surface 
        Transportation and Uniform Relocation Assistance Act of 1987;
            (6) under sections 1103 through 1108 of the Intermodal 
        Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991;
            (7) under section 157 of title 23, United States Code, as 
        in effect on June 8, 1998;
            (8) under section 105 of title 23, United States Code (but, 
        for each of fiscal years 1998 through 2013), only in an amount 
        equal to $639,000,000 per fiscal year; and
            (9) for Federal-aid highway programs for which obligation 
        authority was made available under the Transportation Equity 
        Act for the 21st Century or subsequent public laws for multiple 
        years or to remain available until used, but only to the extent 
        that such obligation authority has not lapsed or been used.
    (c) Distribution of Obligation Authority.--For each of fiscal years 
2004 through 2009, the Secretary shall--
            (1) not distribute obligation authority provided by 
        subsection (a) for such fiscal year for amounts authorized for 
        administrative expenses and amounts authorized for the highway 
        use tax evasion program and the Bureau of Transportation 
        Statistics;
            (2) not distribute an amount of obligation authority 
        provided by subsection (a) that is equal to the unobligated 
        balance of amounts made available from the Highway Trust Fund 
        (other than the Mass Transit Account) for Federal-aid highway 
        and highway safety programs for previous fiscal years the funds 
        for which are allocated by the Secretary;
            (3) determine the ratio that--
                    (A) the obligation authority provided by subsection 
                (a) for such fiscal year less the aggregate of amounts 
                not distributed under paragraphs (1) and (2), bears to
                    (B) the total of the sums authorized to be 
                appropriated for Federal-aid highway and highway safety 
                construction programs (other than sums authorized to be 
                appropriated for sections set forth in paragraphs (1) 
                through (7) of subsection (b) and sums authorized to be 
                appropriated for section 105 of title 23, United States 
                Code, equal to the amount referred to in subsection 
                (b)(8)) for such fiscal year less the aggregate of the 
                amounts not distributed under paragraph (1) of this 
                subsection;
            (4) distribute the obligation authority provided by 
        subsection (a) less the aggregate amounts not distributed under 
        paragraphs (1) and (2) for section 117 of title 23, United 
        States Code (relating to high priority projects program), 
        section 14501 of title 40, United States Code (relating to 
        Appalachian development highway system), and $2,000,000,000 for 
        such fiscal year under section 105 of title 23, United States 
        Code (relating to minimum guarantee) so that amount of 
        obligation authority available for each of such sections is 
        equal to the amount determined by multiplying the ratio 
        determined under paragraph (3) or 0.932 in any case in which 
        such ratio is less than 0.932 (except that the higher ratio 
        shall not apply to the program under section 14501 of title 40, 
        United States Code) by the sums authorized to be appropriated 
        for such section (except in the case of section 105, 
        $2,000,000,000) for such fiscal year;
            (5) distribute the obligation authority provided by 
        subsection (a) less the aggregate amounts not distributed under 
        paragraphs (1) and (2) and amounts distributed under paragraph 
        (4) for each of the programs that are allocated by the 
        Secretary under this Act and title 23, United States Code 
        (other than activities to which paragraph (1) applies and 
        programs to which paragraph (4) applies) by multiplying the 
        ratio determined under paragraph (3) or 0.932 in any case in 
        which such ratio is less than 0.932 (except that the higher 
        ratio shall not apply to the program under section 14501 of 
        title 40, United States Code) by the sums authorized to be 
        appropriated for such program for such fiscal year; and
            (6) distribute the obligation authority provided by 
        subsection (a) less the aggregate amounts not distributed under 
        paragraphs (1) and (2) and amounts distributed under paragraphs 
        (4) and (5) for Federal-aid highway and highway safety 
        construction programs (other than the minimum guarantee 
        program, but only to the extent that amounts apportioned for 
        the minimum guarantee program for such fiscal year exceed 
        $2,639,000,000, and the Appalachian development highway system 
        program) that are apportioned by the Secretary under this Act 
        and title 23, United States Code, in the ratio that--
                    (A) sums authorized to be appropriated for such 
                programs that are apportioned to each State for such 
                fiscal year, bear to
                    (B) the total of the sums authorized to be 
                appropriated for such programs that are apportioned to 
                all States for such fiscal year.
    (d) Redistribution of Unused Obligation Authority.--Notwithstanding 
subsection (c), the Secretary shall after August 1 of each of fiscal 
years 2004 through 2009 revise a distribution of the obligation 
authority made available under subsection (c) if an amount made 
available under this section will not be obligated during the fiscal 
year and redistribute sufficient amounts to those States able to 
obligate amounts in addition to those previously distributed during 
that fiscal year. In making the redistribution, the Secretary shall 
give priority to those States having large unobligated balances of 
funds apportioned under sections 104 and 144 of title 23, United States 
Code.
    (e) Applicability of Obligation Limitations to Transportation 
Research Programs.--Obligation limitations imposed by subsection (a) 
shall apply to transportation research programs carried out under 
chapter 5 of title 23, United States Code, and under title V of this 
Act; except that obligation authority made available for such programs 
under such limitations shall remain available for a period of 3 fiscal 
years.
    (f) Redistribution of Certain Authorized Funds.--Not later than 30 
days after the date of the distribution of obligation authority under 
subsection (c) for each of fiscal years 2004 through 2009, the 
Secretary shall distribute to the States any funds (1) that are 
authorized to be appropriated for such fiscal year for Federal-aid 
highway programs, and (2) that the Secretary determines will not be 
allocated to the States, and will not be available for obligation, in 
such fiscal year due to the imposition of any obligation limitation for 
such fiscal year. Such distribution to the States shall be made in the 
same ratio as the distribution of obligation authority under subsection 
(c)(6). The funds so distributed shall be available for any purposes 
described in section 133(b) of title 23, United States Code.
    (g) Special Rule.--Obligation authority distributed for a fiscal 
year under subsection (c)(4) for a section set forth in subsection 
(c)(4) shall remain available until used for obligation of funds for 
such section and shall be in addition to the amount of any limitation 
imposed on obligations for Federal-aid highway and highway safety 
construction programs for future fiscal years.
    (h) Increase in Obligation Limit.--Limitations on obligations 
imposed by subsection (a) for a fiscal year shall be increased by an 
amount equal to the amount determined pursuant to section 
251(b)(1)(B)(ii)(I)(cc) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit 
Control Act of 1985 (2 U.S.C. 901(b)(2)(B)(ii)(I)(cc)) for such fiscal 
year. Any such increase shall be distributed in accordance with this 
section.
    (i) Limitations on Obligations for Administrative Expenses.--
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the total amount of all 
obligations under section 104(a) of title 23, United States Code, shall 
not exceed--
            (1) $390,000,000 for fiscal year 2004;
            (2) $395,000,000 for fiscal year 2005;
            (3) $395,000,000 for fiscal year 2006;
            (4) $395,000,000 for fiscal year 2007;
            (5) $395,000,000 for fiscal year 2008; and
            (6) $400,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.

SEC. 1103. APPORTIONMENTS.

    (a) Administrative Expenses.--Section 104(a) of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended--
            (1) by striking paragraphs (1) and (2) and inserting the 
        following:
            ``(1) Deduction for administrative expenses.--Whenever an 
        apportionment is made of the sums made available for 
        expenditure on the surface transportation program under section 
        133 for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall deduct $390,000,000 
        for fiscal year 2004, $365,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, 
        $395,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $395,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2007, $395,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $400,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2009.
            ``(2) Use of funds.--The amounts deducted by paragraph (1) 
        are authorized for the following purposes:
                    ``(A) To administer the provisions of law to be 
                financed from appropriations for the Federal-aid 
                highway program and programs authorized under chapter 
                2.
                    ``(B) To make transfers of such sums as the 
                Secretary determines to be appropriate to the 
                Appalachian Regional Commission for administrative 
                activities associated with the Appalachian development 
                highway system.''; and
            (2) in paragraph (4) by striking ``and the Federal Motor 
        Carrier Safety Administration''.
    (b) National Highway System.--Section 104(b) of such title is 
amended--
            (1) by striking ``the deduction authorized by subsection 
        (a) and''; and
            (2) in paragraph (1)(A)--
                    (A) by striking ``$36,400,000 for each fiscal 
                year'' and inserting ``$40,000,000 for fiscal year 
                2004, $40,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, $40,000,000 for 
                fiscal year 2006, $50,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, 
                $50,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $50,000,000 for 
                fiscal year 2009''; and
                    (B) by striking ``$18,800,000 for each of fiscal 
                years 1998 through 2002'' and inserting ``$20,000,000 
                for fiscal year 2004 and $30,000,000 for each of fiscal 
                years 2005 through 2009''.
    (c) Report.--Section 104(j) of title 23, United States Code, is 
amended by striking ``submit to Congress a report'' and inserting 
``transmit to Congress a report, and also make such report available to 
the public in a user-friendly format via the Internet,''.
    (d) Set-asides.--Section 104 of such title is amended by adding at 
the end the following:
    ``(m) Set-asides.--
            ``(1) Highway use tax evasion program.--Whenever an 
        apportionment is made of the sums made available for 
        expenditure on the National Highway System under section 103 
        for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall set aside for highway 
        use tax evasion projects under section 143 of this title 
        $12,000,000 for fiscal year 2004, $30,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2005, $30,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $20,000,000 for fiscal 
        year 2007, $10,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $7,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2009.
            ``(2) Commonwealth of puerto rico highway program.--
        Whenever an apportionment is made of the sums made available 
        for expenditure on the National Highway System under section 
        103 for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall set aside for the 
        Commonwealth of Puerto Rico highway program under section 
        1214(r) of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century 
        (112 Stat. 209), $115,000,000 for fiscal year 2004, 
        $125,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, $130,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2006, $130,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, $140,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2008, and $140,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            ``(3) Deployment of magnetic levitation transportation 
        projects.--Whenever an apportionment is made of the sums made 
        available for expenditure on the National Highway System under 
        section 103 for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall set aside 
        for carrying out section 1118 of the Transportation Equity Act: 
        A Legacy for Users, relating to deployment of magnetic 
        levitation transportation projects, $15,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2005 and $20,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2006 through 
        2009.
            ``(4) Congestion pricing pilot program.--Whenever an 
        apportionment is made of the sums made available for 
        expenditure on the congestion mitigation and air quality 
        improvement program under section 149 for a fiscal year, the 
        Secretary shall set aside for the congestion pricing pilot 
        program under section 1209 of the Transportation Equity Act: A 
        Legacy for Users $15,000,000 for fiscal year 2004, $15,000,000 
        for fiscal year 2005, $15,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, 
        $15,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, $15,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2008, and $15,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            ``(5) Highways for life program.--Whenever an apportionment 
        is made of the sums made available for expenditure on the 
        Interstate maintenance program under section 119 for a fiscal 
        year, the Secretary shall set aside for the Highways for LIFE 
        program under section 1504 of the Transportation Equity Act: A 
        Legacy for Users $55,000,000 for fiscal year 2005 and 
        $60,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2006 through 2009.
            ``(6) Construction of ferry boats and ferry terminal 
        facilities.--Whenever an apportionment is made of the sums made 
        available for expenditure on the National Highway System under 
        section 103 for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall set aside 
        for construction of ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities 
        under section 165 of this title $60,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2004, $70,000,000 for fiscal year 2005, $75,000,000 for fiscal 
        year 2006, $75,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, $75,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2008, and $75,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            ``(7) ITS deployment.--Whenever an apportionment is made of 
        the sums made available for expenditure on the surface 
        transportation program under section 133 for a fiscal year, the 
        Secretary shall set aside for carrying out sections 5208 and 
        5209 of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (112 
        Stat. 458; 112 Stat. 460), $100,000,000 for each of fiscal 
        years 2004 and 2005.
            ``(8) Safety incentive grants for use of seat belts.--
        Whenever an apportionment is made of the sums made available 
        for expenditure on the surface transportation program under 
        section 133 for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall set aside 
        for safety incentive grants for use of seat belts under section 
        157 of this title $112,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2004 
        and 2005.
            ``(9) Safety incentives to prevent operation of motor 
        vehicles by intoxicated persons.--Whenever an apportionment is 
        made of the sums made available for expenditure on the surface 
        transportation program under section 133 for a fiscal year, the 
        Secretary shall set aside for safety incentives to prevent 
        operation of motor vehicles by intoxicated persons under 
        section 163 of this title $110,000,000 for each of fiscal years 
        2004 and 2005.
            ``(10)  transportation and community and system 
        preservation program.--Whenever an apportionment is made of the 
        sums made available for expenditure on the surface 
        transportation program under section 133 for a fiscal year, the 
        Secretary shall set aside for the transportation and community 
        and system preservation program under section 1221 of the 
        Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (23 U.S.C. 101 
        note) $25,000,000 for fiscal year 2004, $30,000,000 for fiscal 
        year 2005, $35,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $35,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2007, and $35,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2008 
        and 2009.''.
    (e) Conforming Amendments.--Section 104 of such title is amended--
            (1) in subsection (b) by striking ``set-aside authorized by 
        subsection (f)'' and inserting ``set-asides authorized by 
        subsections (f) and (m)'';
            (2) in subsection (f)(1)--
                    (A) by striking ``, after making the deduction 
                authorized by subsection (a) of this section,''; and
                    (B) by striking ``remaining''; and
            (3) in subsection (i) by striking ``deducted'' and 
        inserting ``authorized to be appropriated''.
    (f) Puerto Rico Highway Program.--Section 1214(r) of the 
Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (112 Stat. 209; 117 
Stat. 1114; 118 Stat. 1149) is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (1) by striking ``authorized by section 
        1101(a)(15) for each of fiscal years 1998 through 2005'' and 
        inserting ``set aside by section 104(m)(2) of title 23, United 
        States Code, for each of fiscal years 2004 through 2009''; and
            (2) in paragraph (2) by striking ``made available by 
        section 1101(a)(15) of this Act'' and inserting ``set aside by 
        section 104(m)(2) of title 23, United States Code,''.

SEC. 1104. MINIMUM GUARANTEE.

    (a) General Rule.--Section 105(a) of title 23, United States Code, 
is amended--
            (1) by striking ``1998 through 2003'' and inserting ``2004 
        through 2009'';
            (2) by striking ``and recreational trails'' and inserting 
        ``recreational trails, coordinated border infrastructure, 
        freight intermodal connectors, safe routes to school, highway 
        safety improvement, and high risk rural road safety 
        improvement''; and
            (3) by inserting ``(other than subsection (g))'' after 
        ``under this section''.
    (b) Treatment of Funds.--Section 105(c)(1) of such title is 
amended--
            (1) by striking ``$2,800,000,000'' and inserting 
        ``$2,870,000,000 in fiscal year 2004, $2,941,750,000 in fiscal 
        year 2005, $3,015,293,750 in fiscal year 2006, $3,090,676,094 
        in fiscal year 2007, $3,167,942,996 in fiscal year 2008, and 
        $3,247,141,571 in fiscal year 2009''; and
            (2) by striking ``and recreational trails'' each place it 
        appears and inserting ``recreational trails, coordinated border 
        infrastructure, freight intermodal connectors, safe routes to 
        school, highway safety improvement, and high risk rural road 
        safety improvement''.
    (c) Authorization.--Section 105(d) of such title is amended by 
striking ``1998 through 2003'' and inserting ``2004 through 2009''.
    (d) Special Rule.--Section 105(e) of such title is amended to read 
as follows:
    ``(e) Special Rule.--Notwithstanding any other provision of this 
section, if, in any of fiscal years 2004 through 2009, the quotient 
obtained by dividing--
            ``(1) a State's percentage share of the total 
        apportionments for such fiscal year for programs referred to in 
        subsection (a) (other than minimum guarantee), by
            ``(2) the percentage for such State listed in subsection 
        (b),
is greater than 1.3, the Secretary shall allocate to the State with the 
highest quotient the minimum apportionment specified in subsection (a). 
The apportionments for the programs referred to in subsection (a) for 
the State with the highest quotient, estimated tax payments to the 
Highway Trust Fund attributable to highway users referred to in 
subsection (f) for such State, and percentage referred to in subsection 
(b) for such State shall be excluded from the computations required in 
subsection (f).''.
    (e) Guaranteed Specified Return.--Section 105(f) of such title is 
amended--
            (1) in the subsection heading by striking ``of 90.5'' and 
        inserting ``Specified''; and
            (2) in paragraph (1) by striking ``1999 through 2003'' and 
        inserting ``2004 through 2009''.
    (f) Equity Adjustment.--Section 105 of such title is further 
amended by adding at the end the following:
    ``(g) Equity Adjustment.--
            ``(1) In general.--For each of fiscal years 2004 through 
        2009, after making the allocations under subsection (a), the 
        Secretary shall allocate among the States additional amounts 
        sufficient to ensure that no State receives an allocation under 
        this subsection and subsection (a) that in the aggregate is 
        less than the amount the State would have received under 
        subsection (a) had high priority projects not been included 
        among the list of programs referred to in subsection (a). Any 
        such additional allocations shall be excluded from the 
        computations required in subsection (f).
            ``(2) Rate of return.--For each of fiscal years 2004 
        through 2009, the Secretary shall allocate among the States 
        amounts sufficient to ensure that, for the aggregate of funds 
        distributed under subsection (a), paragraph (1) of this 
        subsection, and this paragraph, the rate of return, as defined 
        in subsection (f)(1), is not less than 90.5. The special rule 
        in subsection (e) shall not apply to the calculation made under 
        this paragraph.''.
    (g) Conforming Amendments.--
            (1) Section 131.--Section 131(m) of title 23, United States 
        Code, is amended by striking ``in accordance with the program 
        of projects approval process of section 105'' and inserting 
        ``in accordance with the approval process of section 106''.
            (2) Section 140.--Section 140 of such title is amended--
                    (A) in subsection (a) by striking ``programs for 
                projects as provided for in subsection (a) of section 
                105 of this title'' and inserting ``project under this 
                chapter''; and
                    (B) in subsection (c) by striking ``subsection 
                104(b)(3) of this title'' and inserting ``section 
                104(b)(3)''.
    (h) Scope Adjustment.--
            (1) Determination of set-aside.--Before allocating funds 
        provided to carry out the program under section 1301 of this 
        Act, the Secretary shall set aside an amount sufficient to 
        ensure that the quotient obtained by dividing--
                    (A) the sum of--
                            (i) the amounts authorized for the programs 
                        identified in section 105(a) of title 23, 
                        United States Code,
                            (ii) the amounts authorized under section 
                        105(g) of such title, and
                            (iii) the amount apportioned under this 
                        subsection, by
                    (B) the total contract authority authorized for the 
                Federal-aid highway program,
        equals 0.926.
            (2) Apportionment of funds.--The amount set aside under 
        paragraph (1) shall be added to the amount authorized for the 
        Surface Transportation Program under section 104(b)(3)(A) of 
        title 23, United States Code, and shall be included in the 
        calculation of minimum guarantee under section 105(a) of such 
        title.
            (3) Restoration.--The Secretary shall make available such 
        sums as may be necessary to restore to the funds made available 
        to carry out the program under section 1301 an amount equal to 
        the amount set aside under paragraph (1).
            (4) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
        to be appropriated out of the Highway Trust Fund (other than 
        the Mass Transit Account) such sums as may be necessary to 
        carry out this subsection.
            (5) Applicability of title 23.--Funds made available to 
        carry out this subsection shall be available for obligation in 
        the same manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 
        1 of title 23, United States Code.

SEC. 1105. PROJECT APPROVAL AND OVERSIGHT.

    Section 106 of title 23, United States Code, is amended by striking 
subsection (h) and inserting the following:
    ``(h) Oversight Program.--
            ``(1) In general.--The Secretary shall establish an 
        oversight program to monitor the effective and efficient use of 
        funds authorized to carry out this title. At a minimum, the 
        program shall be responsive to all areas related to financial 
        integrity and project delivery.
            ``(2) Financial integrity.--
                    ``(A) Financial management systems.--The Secretary 
                shall perform annual reviews that address elements of 
                the State transportation departments' financial 
                management systems that affect projects approved under 
                subsection (a).
                    ``(B) Project costs.--The Secretary shall develop 
                minimum standards for estimating project costs and 
                shall periodically evaluate the States' practices for 
                estimating project costs, awarding contracts, and 
                reducing project costs.
                    ``(C) Responsibility of the states.--The States are 
                responsible for determining that subrecipients of 
                Federal funds under this title have sufficient 
                accounting controls to properly manage such Federal 
                funds. The Secretary shall periodically review the 
                States' monitoring of subrecipients.
            ``(3) Project delivery.--The Secretary shall perform annual 
        reviews that address elements of a State's project delivery 
        system, which includes one or more activities that are involved 
        in the life cycle of a project from its conception to its 
        completion.
            ``(4) Responsibility of the states.--The States are 
        responsible for determining that subrecipients of Federal funds 
        under this title have adequate project delivery systems for 
        projects approved under this section. The Secretary shall 
        periodically review the States' monitoring of subrecipients.
            ``(5) Specific oversight responsibilities.--Nothing in this 
        section shall affect or discharge any oversight responsibility 
        of the Secretary specifically provided for under this title or 
        other Federal law. In addition, the Secretary shall retain full 
        oversight responsibilities for the design and construction of 
        all Appalachian development highways under section 14501 of 
        title 40.
    ``(i) Major Projects.--
            ``(1) In general.--Notwithstanding any other provision in 
        this section, a recipient of Federal financial assistance for a 
        project under this title with an estimated total cost of 
        $500,000,000 or more, or any other project in the discretion of 
        the Secretary, shall submit to the Secretary a project 
        management plan and an annual financial plan.
            ``(2) Project management plan.--The project management plan 
        shall document the procedures and processes in place to provide 
        timely information to the project decision makers to manage 
        effectively the scope, costs, schedules, and quality, and the 
        Federal requirements of the project and the role of the agency 
        leadership and management team in the delivery of the project.
            ``(3) Financial plan.--The financial plan shall be based on 
        detailed estimates of the cost to complete the project. Annual 
        updates shall be submitted based on reasonable assumptions, as 
        determined by the Secretary, of future increases in the cost to 
        complete the project.
    ``(j) Other Projects.--A recipient of Federal financial assistance 
for a project under this title with an estimated total cost of 
$100,000,000 or more that is not covered by subsection (h) shall 
prepare an annual financial plan. Annual financial plans prepared under 
this subsection shall be made available to the Secretary for review 
upon the Secretary's request.''.

SEC. 1106. USE OF EXCESS FUNDS.

    Section 106 of title 23, United States Code, is further amended by 
adding at the end the following:
    ``(k) Use of Excess Funds.--
            ``(1) Audits.--A State may audit projects funded with 
        amounts apportioned under sections 104 and 144 to determine 
        whether any amounts obligated for a project are excess funds.
            ``(2) Plans for use of excess funds.--If a State 
        determines, after conducting an audit under paragraph (1), that 
        funds obligated for a project are excess funds, the State may 
        develop a plan for obligating the funds for the design and 
        construction of--
                    ``(A) with respect to excess funds derived from the 
                surface transportation program under section 133(d)(1), 
                133(d)(2), or 133(d)(3), the highway bridge replacement 
                and rehabilitation program under section 144, the 
                congestion mitigation and air quality improvement 
                program under section 149, or the recreational trails 
                program under section 206, one or more projects that 
                are eligible for funding under that program; and
                    ``(B) with respect to excess funds derived from any 
                other program under this title, one or more projects 
                that are eligible for funding those programs or the 
                surface transportation program under section 133.
            ``(3) Certification to the secretary.--A State that has 
        developed a plan under paragraph (2) shall transmit to the 
        Secretary a certification that the State has conducted an audit 
        under paragraph (1) and developed the plan in accordance with 
        paragraph (2).
            ``(4) Implementation of plans.--After transmitting a 
        certification to the Secretary with respect to a plan under 
        paragraph (3), the State may carry out the plan.
            ``(5) Applicability of requirements.--
                    ``(A) In general.--Except as provided by 
                subparagraph (B), excess funds used to carry out a 
                project under this section shall be subject to the 
                requirements of this title that are applicable to the 
                program under which the project is carried out.
                    ``(B) Stp allocations.--Section 133(d) shall not 
                apply to excess funds used to carry out a project under 
                this section, unless such funds are derived from 
                amounts apportioned under 104(b)(3).
            ``(6) Excess funds defined.--In this subsection, the term 
        `excess funds' means funds obligated for a project that remain 
        available for the project after the project has been completed 
        or canceled.''.

SEC. 1107. TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES.

    (a) Standards.--Section 109(e) of title 23, United States Code, is 
amended--
            (1) by striking ``(e) No funds'' and inserting the 
        following:
    ``(e) Installation of Safety Devices.--
            ``(1) Highway and railroad grade crossings and 
        drawbridges.--No funds''; and
            (2) by adding at the end the following:
            ``(2) Temporary traffic control devices.--No funds shall be 
        approved for expenditure on any Federal-aid highway, or highway 
        affected under chapter 2 of this title, unless proper temporary 
        traffic control devices to improve safety in work zones will be 
        installed and maintained during construction, utility, and 
        maintenance operations on that portion of the highway with 
        respect to which such expenditures are to be made. Installation 
        and maintenance of the devices shall be in accordance with the 
        Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.''.
    (b) Letting of Contracts.--Section 112 of such title is amended--
            (1) by striking subsection (f);
            (2) by redesignating subsection (g) as subsection (f); and
            (3) by adding at the end the following:
    ``(g) Temporary Traffic Control Devices.--
            ``(1) Issuance of regulations.--The Secretary, after 
        consultation with appropriate Federal and State officials, 
        shall issue regulations establishing the conditions for the 
        appropriate use of, and expenditure of funds for, uniformed law 
        enforcement officers, positive protective measures between 
        workers and motorized traffic, and installation and maintenance 
        of temporary traffic control devices during construction, 
        utility, and maintenance operations.
            ``(2) Effects of regulations.--Based on regulations issued 
        under paragraph (1), a State shall--
                    ``(A) develop separate pay items for the use of 
                uniformed law enforcement officers, positive protective 
                measures between workers and motorized traffic, and 
                installation and maintenance of temporary traffic 
                control devices during construction, utility, and 
                maintenance operations; and
                    ``(B) incorporate such pay items into contract 
                provisions to be included in each contract entered into 
                by the State with respect to a highway project to 
                ensure compliance with section 109(e)(2).
            ``(3) Limitation.--Nothing in the regulations shall be 
        construed to prohibit a State from implementing standards that 
        are more stringent than those required under the regulations.
            ``(4) Positive protective measures defined.--In this 
        subsection, the term `positive protective measures' means 
        temporary traffic barriers, crash cushions, and other 
        strategies to avoid traffic accidents in work zones, including 
        full road closures.''.

SEC. 1108. REVENUE ALIGNED BUDGET AUTHORITY.

    (a) Allocation.--Section 110(a)(1) of title 23, United States Code, 
is amended--
            (1) by striking ``2000'' and inserting ``2006'';
            (2) by inserting after ``such fiscal year'' the following: 
        ``and the succeeding fiscal year''.
    (b) Reduction.--Section 110(a)(2) of such title is amended--
            (1) by striking ``2000'' and inserting ``2006'';
            (2) by striking ``October 1 of the succeeding'' and 
        inserting ``October 15 of such''; and
            (3) by inserting after ``Account)'' the following: ``for 
        such fiscal year and the succeeding fiscal year''.
    (c) General Distribution.--Section 110(b)(1)(A) of such title is 
amended by striking ``Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century'' 
and inserting ``Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users''.
    (d) Technical Amendment.--Section 110(b)(1)(A) of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended by striking ``for'' the second place it 
appears.

SEC. 1109. PAY TO PLAY REFORM.

    Section 112 of title 23, United States Code, is amended by adding 
at the end the following:
    ``(h) Construction.--Nothing in this section may be construed to 
prohibit a State from enacting a law or issuing an order that limits 
the amount of money an individual, who is doing business with a State 
agency for a Federal-aid highway project, may contribute to a political 
campaign.''.

SEC. 1110. EMERGENCY RELIEF.

    There is authorized to be appropriated for a fiscal year such sums 
as may be necessary for allocations by the Secretary described in 
subsections (a) and (b) of sections 125 of title 23, United States 
Code, if the total of those allocations in such fiscal year are in 
excess of $100,000,000.

SEC. 1111. SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM.

    Section 133(f)(1) of title 23, United States Code, is amended--
            (1) by striking ``1998 through 2000'' and inserting ``2004 
        through 2006''; and
            (2) by striking ``2001 through 2003'' and inserting ``2007 
        through 2009''.

SEC. 1112. HIGHWAY USE TAX EVASION PROJECTS.

    (a) Eligible Activities.--
            (1) Intergovernmental enforcement efforts.--Section 
        143(b)(2) of title 23, United States Code, is amended by 
        inserting before the period the following: ``; except that of 
        funds so made available for each of fiscal years 2004 through 
        2009, $2,000,000 shall be available only to carry out 
        intergovernmental enforcement efforts, including research and 
        training''.
            (2) Conditions on funds allocated to internal revenue 
        service.--Section 143(b)(3) of such title is amended by 
        striking ``The'' and inserting ``Except as otherwise provided 
        in this section, the''.
            (3) Limitation on use of funds.--Section 143(b)(4) of such 
        title is amended--
                    (A) by striking ``and'' at the end of subparagraph 
                (F);
                    (B) by striking the period at the end of 
                subparagraph (G) and inserting a semicolon; and
                    (C) by adding at the end the following:
                    ``(H) to support efforts between States and Indian 
                tribes to address issues related to State motor fuel 
                taxes; and
                    ``(I) to analyze and implement programs to reduce 
                tax evasion associated with foreign imported fuel.''.
            (4) Reports.--Section 143(b) of such title is amended by 
        adding at the end the following:
            ``(9) Reports.--The Commissioner of the Internal Revenue 
        Service and each State shall submit to the Secretary an annual 
        report that describes the projects, examinations, and criminal 
        investigations funded by and carried out under this section. 
        Such report shall specify the annual yield estimated for each 
        project funded under this section.''.
    (b) Excise Fuel Reporting System.--
            (1) In general.--Section 143(c)(1) of such title is 
        amended--
                    (A) by striking ``August 1, 1998,'' and inserting 
                ``90 days after the date of enactment of the 
                Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users,'';
                    (B) by striking ``development'' and inserting 
                ``completion, operation,''; and
                    (C) by striking ``an excise fuel reporting system 
                (in this subsection referred to as `the system')'' and 
                inserting ``an excise summary terminal activity 
                reporting system''.
            (2) Elements of memorandum of understanding.--Section 
        143(c)(2) of such title is amended--
                    (A) by striking ``the system'' the first place it 
                appears and inserting ``the excise summary terminal 
                activity reporting system'';
                    (B) in subparagraph (A) by striking ``develop'' and 
                inserting ``complete'';
                    (C) by striking ``and'' at the end of subparagraph 
                (B);
                    (D) by striking the period at the end of 
                subparagraph (C) and inserting ``; and''; and
                    (E) by adding at the end the following:
                    ``(D) the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue 
                Service shall submit and the Secretary shall approve a 
                budget and project plan for the completion, operation, 
                and maintenance of the system.''; and
            (3) Funding priority.--Section 143(c)(3) of such title is 
        amended to read as follows:
            ``(3) Funding.--Of the amounts made available to carry out 
        this section for each of fiscal years 2004 through 2009, the 
        Secretary shall make available to the Internal Revenue Service 
        such funds as may be necessary to complete, operate, and 
        maintain the excise summary terminal activity reporting system 
        in accordance with this subsection.''.
    (c) Registration System and Electronic Database.--Section 143 of 
such title is further amended by adding at the end the following:
    ``(d) Pipeline, Vessel, and Barge Registration System.--
            ``(1) In general.--Not later than 90 days after the date of 
        enactment of this subsection, the Secretary shall enter into a 
        memorandum of understanding with the Commissioner of the 
        Internal Revenue Service for the purposes of the development, 
        operation, and maintenance of a registration system for 
        pipelines, vessels, and barges, and operators of such 
        pipelines, vessels, and barges, that make bulk transfers of 
        taxable fuel.
            ``(2) Elements of memorandum of understanding.--The 
        memorandum of understanding shall provide that--
                    ``(A) the Internal Revenue Service shall develop 
                and maintain the registration system through contracts;
                    ``(B) the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue 
                Service shall submit and the Secretary shall approve a 
                budget and project plan for development, operation, and 
                maintenance of the registration system;
                    ``(C) the registration system shall be under the 
                control of the Internal Revenue Service; and
                    ``(D) the registration system shall be made 
                available for use by appropriate State and Federal 
                revenue, tax, and law enforcement authorities, subject 
                to section 6103 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
            ``(3) Funding.--Of the amounts made available to carry out 
        this section for each of fiscal years 2004 through 2009, the 
        Secretary shall make available to the Internal Revenue Service 
        such funds as may be necessary to complete, operate, and 
        maintain a registration system for pipelines, vessels, and 
        barges, and operators of such pipelines, vessels, and barges, 
        that make bulk transfers of taxable fuel in accordance with 
        this subsection.
    ``(e) Heavy Vehicle Use Tax Payment Database.--
            ``(1) In general.--Not later than 90 days after the date of 
        enactment of this subsection, the Secretary shall enter into a 
        memorandum of understanding with the Commissioner of the 
        Internal Revenue Service for the purposes of the establishment, 
        operation, and maintenance of an electronic database of heavy 
        vehicle highway use tax payments.
            ``(2) Elements of memorandum of understanding.--The 
        memorandum of understanding shall provide that--
                    ``(A) the Internal Revenue Service shall establish 
                and maintain the electronic database through contracts;
                    ``(B) the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue 
                Service shall submit and the Secretary shall approve a 
                budget and project plan for establishment, operation, 
                and maintenance of the electronic database;
                    ``(C) the electronic database shall be under the 
                control of the Internal Revenue Service; and
                    ``(D) the electronic database shall be made 
                available for use by appropriate State and Federal 
                revenue, tax, and law enforcement authorities, subject 
                to section 6103 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
            ``(3) Funding.--Of the amounts made available to carry out 
        this section for each of fiscal years 2004 through 2009, the 
        Secretary shall make available to the Internal Revenue Service 
        such funds as may be necessary to establish, operate, and 
        maintain an electronic database of heavy vehicle highway use 
        tax payments in accordance with this subsection.
    ``(f) Reports.--Not later than March 31 and September 30 of each 
year, the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service shall provide 
reports to the Secretary on the status of the Internal Revenue Service 
projects funded under this section related to the excise summary 
terminal activity reporting system, the pipeline, vessel, and barge 
registration system, and the heavy vehicle use tax electronic 
database.''.

SEC. 1113. APPALACHIAN DEVELOPMENT HIGHWAY SYSTEM.

    (a) Apportionment.--The Secretary shall apportion funds made 
available by section 1101(a)(7) of this Act for fiscal years 2004 
through 2009 among the States based on the latest available cost to 
complete estimate for the Appalachian development highway system under 
section 14501 title 40, United States Code.
    (b) Applicability of Title 23.--Funds made available by section 
1101(a)(7) of this Act for the Appalachian development highway system 
shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if such funds 
were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code; 
except that the Federal share of the cost of any project under this 
section shall be determined in accordance with such section 14501 of 
title 40, United States Code, and such funds shall be available to 
construct highways and access roads under such section and shall remain 
available until expended.
    (c) Use of Toll Credits.--Section 120(j)(1) of title 23, United 
States Code is amended by inserting ``and the Appalachian development 
highway system program under section 14501 of title 40'' after 
``section 125''.

SEC. 1114. CONSTRUCTION OF FERRY BOATS AND FERRY TERMINAL FACILITIES.

    (a) In General.--Subchapter I of chapter 1 of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
``Sec. 165. Construction of ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities
    ``(a) In General.--The Secretary shall carry out a program for 
construction of ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities in accordance 
with section 129(c).
    ``(b) Federal Share.--The Federal share payable for construction of 
ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities under this section shall be 
80 percent of the cost thereof.
    ``(c) Availability of Amounts.--Amounts made available to carry out 
this section shall remain available until expended.
    ``(d) Set-Aside for Projects on NHS.--
            ``(1) In general.--$20,000,000 of the amount made available 
        to carry out this section for each of fiscal years 2004 through 
        2009 shall be obligated for the construction or refurbishment 
        of ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities and approaches to 
        such facilities within marine highway systems that are part of 
        the National Highway System.
            ``(2) Alaska.--$10,000,000 of the $20,000,000 for a fiscal 
        year made available under paragraph (1) shall be made available 
        to the State of Alaska.
            ``(3) New jersey.--$5,000,000 of the $20,000,000 for a 
        fiscal year made available under paragraph (1) shall be made 
        available to the State of New Jersey.
            ``(4) Washington.--$5,000,000 of the $20,000,000 for a 
        fiscal year made available under paragraph (1) shall be made 
        available to the State of Washington.
    ``(e) Applicability.--All provisions of this chapter that are 
applicable to the National Highway System, other than provisions 
relating to apportionment formula and Federal share, shall apply to 
funds made available to carry out this section, except as determined by 
the Secretary to be inconsistent with this section.''.
    (b) Conforming Amendment.--The analysis for subchapter I of chapter 
1 of such title is amended by adding at the end the following:

``165. Construction of ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities.''.
    (c) National Ferry Database.--
            (1) Establishment.--The Secretary, acting through the 
        Bureau of Transportation Statistics, shall establish and 
        maintain a national ferry database.
            (2) Contents.--The database shall contain current 
        information regarding ferry systems, including information 
        regarding routes, vessels, passengers and vehicles carried, 
        funding sources and such other information as the Secretary 
        considers useful.
            (3) Update report.--Using information collected through the 
        database, the Secretary shall periodically modify as 
        appropriate the report submitted under section 1207(c) of the 
        Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (23 U.S.C. 129 
        note; 112 Stat. 185-186).
            (4) Requirements.--The Secretary shall--
                    (A) compile the database not later than 1 year 
                after the date of enactment of this Act and update the 
                database every 2 years thereafter;
                    (B) ensure that the database is easily accessible 
                to the public;
                    (C) make available, from the ferry boat and ferry 
                terminal program authorized under section 165 of title 
                23, United States Code, not more than $500,000 for each 
                of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 to establish the 
                database.

SEC. 1115. INTERSTATE MAINTENANCE DISCRETIONARY.

    (a) In General.--Section 118 of title 23, United States Code, is 
amended--
            (1) in subsection (c)(1) by striking ``2003'' and inserting 
        ``2005'';
            (2) by striking subsection (c);
            (3) in subsection (e) by inserting ``Special Rules.--'' 
        before ``Funds made''; and
            (4) by redesignating subsections (d) and (e) as subsections 
        (c) and (d), respectively.
    (b) Conforming Amendment.--Section 103(d)(1) of such title is 
amended by striking ``or 118(c)''.
    (c) Technical Amendments.--
            (1) Section 114.--Section 114(a) of such title is amended 
        by striking ``Except as provided in section 117 of this title, 
        such'' and inserting ``Such''.
            (2) Section 116.--Section 116(b) of such title is amended 
        by striking ``highway department'' and inserting 
        ``transportation department''.
            (3) Section 120.--Section 120(e) of such title is amended 
        in the first sentence by striking ``such system'' and inserting 
        ``such highway''.
            (4) Section 126.--Section 126(a) of such title is amended 
        by inserting ``under'' before ``section 104(b)(3)''.
            (5) Section 127.--Section 127 of such title is amended by 
        striking ``118(b)(1)'' and inserting ``118(b)(2)''.
            (6) Bicycle and pedestrian safety grants.--Section 1212(i) 
        of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (112 
        Stat. 196-197) is amended by redesignating subparagraphs (D) 
        and (E) as paragraphs (2) and (3), respectively, and moving 
        such paragraphs 2 ems to the left.
    (d) Limitation.--The amendments made by this section shall not 
apply to, or have any affect with respect to, funds made available 
under section 118 of title 23, United States Code, before the date of 
enactment of this section.
    (e) Effective Date.--The amendments made by paragraphs (2) through 
(4) of subsection (a) and by subsection (b) shall take effect on 
September 30, 2005.

SEC. 1116. HIGHWAY BRIDGE.

    (a) Scour Countermeasures.--Section 144(d) of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended to read as follows:
    ``(d) Applications for and Approval of Assistance.--
            ``(1) Bridge replacement or rehabilitation.--Whenever any 
        State or States make application to the Secretary for 
        assistance in replacing or rehabilitating a highway bridge 
        which the priority system established under subsections (b) and 
        (c) shows to be eligible, the Secretary may approve Federal 
        participation in replacing such bridge with a comparable 
        facility or in rehabilitating such bridge.
            ``(2) Preventive maintenance, scour measures, and 
        applications of certain compositions.--Whenever any State makes 
        application to the Secretary for assistance in painting, 
        seismic retrofit, or preventive maintenance of, or installing 
        scour countermeasures or applying calcium magnesium acetate, 
        sodium acetate/formate, or other environmentally acceptable, 
        minimally corrosive anti-icing and de-icing compositions to, 
        the structure of a highway bridge, the Secretary may approve 
        Federal participation in the painting, seismic retrofit, or 
        preventive maintenance of, or installation of scour 
        countermeasures or application of acetate or sodium acetate/
        formate or such anti-icing or de-icing composition to, such 
        structure.
            ``(3) Eligibility.--The Secretary shall determine the 
        eligibility of highway bridges for replacement or 
        rehabilitation for each State based upon the unsafe highway 
        bridges in such State; except that a State may carry out a 
        project for preventive maintenance on a bridge, seismic 
        retrofit of a bridge, or installing scour countermeasures to a 
        bridge under this section without regard to whether the bridge 
        is eligible for replacement or rehabilitation under this 
        section.''.
    (b) Bridge Discretionary Set-Aside.--Section 144(g)(1) of such 
title is amended by adding at the end the following:
                    ``(D) Fiscal years 2004 through 2009.--Of the 
                amounts authorized to be appropriated to carry out the 
                bridge program under this section for each of the 
                fiscal years 2004 through 2009, all but $100,000,000 
                shall be apportioned as provided in subsection (e). 
                Such $100,000,000 shall be available at the discretion 
                of the Secretary; except that $25,000,000 shall be 
                available only for projects for the seismic retrofit of 
                bridges, and of which $10,000,000 shall be available 
                only for the seismic retrofit of a bridge described in 
                subsection (l), and except as provided in subparagraph 
                (E).
                    ``(E) Gravina access.--
                            ``(i) In general.--Of the amounts 
                        authorized to be appropriated to carry out the 
                        bridge program under this paragraph, for each 
                        of the fiscal years 2005 through 2009, 
                        $10,000,000 shall be set aside from the 
                        $100,000,000 available at the discretion of the 
                        Secretary under subparagraph (D) for the 
                        construction of a bridge joining the Island of 
                        Gravina to the community of Ketchikan in 
                        Alaska.
                            ``(ii) Scoring.--The project described in 
                        this subparagraph shall not be counted for 
                        purposes of the reduction set forth in the 
                        fourth sentence of subsection (e).''.
    (c) Off-System Bridges.--Section 144(g)(3) of such title is 
amended--
            (1) by striking ``15 percent'' and inserting ``20 
        percent'';
            (2) by striking ``1987'' and inserting ``2005'';
            (3) by striking ``2004'' the first place it appears and all 
        that follows through ``2005,'' and inserting ``2009 for the 
        bridge program,'';
            (4) by inserting ``, perform systematic preventive 
        maintenance,'' after ``paint''; and
            (5) by inserting a comma before ``to highway bridges''.
    (d) Set-Aside for Transportation Infrastructure Finance and 
Innovation Act.--Section 144(g) of such title is amended by adding at 
the end the following:
            ``(4) Transportation infrastructure finance and innovation 
        act.--Whenever an apportionment is made under subsection (e) of 
        the sums made available for carrying out the bridge program 
        under this section for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall set 
        aside $130,000,000 for fiscal year 2004 and $140,000,000 for 
        each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 to carry out chapter 6 
        of title 23, United States Code.''.
    (e) Technical Amendment.--Section 144(i) of such title is amended 
by striking ``at the same time'' and all that follows through 
``Congress''.

SEC. 1117. TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNITY AND SYSTEM PRESERVATION 
              PROGRAM.

    (a) Federal Share.--Section 1221(e)(2) of the Transportation Equity 
Act for the 21st Century (23 U.S.C. 101 note; 112 Stat. 223; 118 Stat. 
879; 118 Stat. 1149) is amended by inserting before the period at the 
end ``; except that such funds shall not be transferable and the 
Federal share for projects and activities carried out with such funds 
shall be determined in accordance with section 120(b) of title 23, 
United States Code''.
    (b) Planning Activities Pilot Program.--Section 1221 of such Act is 
amended by adding at the end the following:
    ``(f) Planning Activities Pilot Program.--
            ``(1) In general.--The Secretary shall establish a pilot 
        program using funds set aside under paragraph (4) to support 
        planning and public participation activities related to highway 
        and public transportation projects.
            ``(2) Eligible activities.--Activities eligible to be 
        carried out under the pilot program may include the following:
                    ``(A) Improving data collection and analysis to 
                improve freight movement, intermodal connections, and 
                transportation access and efficiency for all users, 
                including children, older individuals, individuals with 
                disabilities, low-income individuals, and minority 
                communities.
                    ``(B) Supporting public participation by holding 
                public meetings using an interactive workshop format 
                facilitated by design or planning experts (or both) to 
                consider public input at the initial stages of project 
                development and during other phases of a project.
                    ``(C) Using innovative planning or design 
                visualization and simulation tools to improve the 
                evaluation of alternatives and their impacts and to 
                enhance public participation in the transportation 
                planning process, including tools having a structure 
                that enables modifications to scenarios and assumptions 
                in real time.
                    ``(D) Enhancing coordination among transportation, 
                land use, workforce development, human service, 
                economic development, and other agencies to strengthen 
                access to job training services, daycare centers, 
                health care facilities, senior centers, public schools, 
                universities, and residential areas, including the use 
                of integrated planning and service delivery, especially 
                for transit dependent and low-income individuals.
                    ``(E) Contracting with nonprofit organizations, 
                universities, and local agencies to deliver community-
                oriented transportation plans and projects, including 
                public outreach, context sensitive design, transit-
                oriented development, multimodal corridor investments, 
                commuter benefits deployment, and brownfield 
                redevelopment.
                    ``(F) Measuring and reporting on the annual 
                performance of the transportation system (or parts of) 
                relative to State or locally-established criteria 
                regarding--
                            ``(i) maintenance and operating costs of 
                        the transportation system, vehicle miles 
                        traveled, peak-period travel times, 
                        transportation choices, and mode shares;
                            ``(ii) location of housing units, jobs, 
                        medical facilities, and commercial centers to 
                        transit;
                            ``(iii) improvements directed to low-income 
                        families and older individuals;
                            ``(iv) transportation-related pollution 
                        emissions into the air and water;
                            ``(v) land consumption; and
                            ``(vi) other locally-significant factors.
                    ``(G) Improving regional travel and emission 
                modeling to examine factors not currently considered, 
                such as induced travel and land use effects of 
                transportation alternatives, types of vehicles owned 
                and used by households, time-of-day of travel and 
                linkage of trips to each other throughout the day, 
                effects of urban design and pedestrian and bicycle 
                environment on travel behavior, and impacts of 
                alternatives on the distribution of benefits and 
                burdens among various groups protected under title VI 
                of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42 U.S.C. 2000d et 
                seq.).
            ``(3) Federal share.--Notwithstanding subsection (e)(2), 
        the Federal share of the cost of activities carried out under 
        the pilot program shall be 100 percent.
            ``(4) Set aside.--The Secretary shall make available 
        $1,500,000 of the amounts made available to carry out this 
        section for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 to carry out 
        the pilot program under this subsection.''.

SEC. 1118. DEPLOYMENT OF MAGNETIC LEVITATION TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS.

    (a) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions apply:
            (1) Eligible project costs.--The term ``eligible project 
        costs''--
                    (A) means the capital cost of the fixed guideway 
                infrastructure of a MAGLEV project, including land, 
                piers, guideways, propulsion equipment and other 
                components attached to guideways, power distribution 
                facilities (including substations), control and 
                communications facilities, access roads, and storage, 
                repair, and maintenance facilities, but not including 
                costs incurred for a new station; and
                    (B) includes the costs of preconstruction planning 
                activities.
            (2) Full project costs.--The term ``full project costs'' 
        means the total capital costs of a MAGLEV project, including 
        eligible project costs and the costs of stations, vehicles, and 
        equipment.
            (3) MAGLEV.--The term ``MAGLEV'' means transportation 
        systems employing magnetic levitation that would be capable of 
        safe use by the public at a speed in excess of 240 miles per 
        hour.
            (4) State.--The term ``State'' has the meaning such term 
        has under section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code.
    (b) In General.--
            (1) Assistance for eligible projects.--The Secretary shall 
        make available financial assistance to pay the Federal share of 
        full project costs of eligible projects authorized by this 
        section.
            (2) Use of assistance.--Financial assistance provided under 
        paragraph (1) shall be used only to pay eligible project costs 
        of projects authorized by this section.
            (3) Applicability of other laws.--Financial assistance made 
        available under this section, and projects assisted with such 
        assistance, shall be subject to section 5333(a) of title 49, 
        United States Code.
    (c) Project Eligibility.--To be eligible to receive financial 
assistance under subsection (b), a project shall--
            (1) involve a segment or segments of a high-speed ground 
        transportation corridor;
            (2) result in an operating transportation facility that 
        provides a revenue producing service; and
            (3) be approved by the Secretary based on an application 
        submitted to the Secretary by a State or authority designated 
        by 1 or more States.

SEC. 1119. RECREATIONAL TRAILS.

    (a) Recreational Trails Program Formula.--Section 104(h)(1) of 
title 23, United States Code, is amended by striking ``research and 
technical'' and all that follows through ``Committee'' and inserting 
``research, technical assistance, and training under the recreational 
trails program''.
    (b) Permissible Uses.--Section 206(d)(2) of such title is amended 
to read as follows:
            ``(2) Permissible uses.--Permissible uses of funds 
        apportioned to a State for a fiscal year to carry out this 
        section include--
                    ``(A) maintenance and restoration of existing 
                recreational trails;
                    ``(B) development and rehabilitation of trailside 
                and trailhead facilities and trail linkages for 
                recreational trails;
                    ``(C) purchase and lease of recreational trail 
                construction and maintenance equipment;
                    ``(D) construction of new recreational trails, 
                except that, in the case of new recreational trails 
                crossing Federal lands, construction of the trails 
                shall be--
                            ``(i) permissible under other law;
                            ``(ii) necessary and recommended by a 
                        statewide comprehensive outdoor recreation plan 
                        that is required by the Land and Water 
                        Conservation Fund Act of 1965 (16 U.S.C. 460l-4 
                        et seq.) and that is in effect;
                            ``(iii) approved by the administering 
                        agency of the State designated under subsection 
                        (c)(1); and
                            ``(iv) approved by each Federal agency 
                        having jurisdiction over the affected lands 
                        under such terms and conditions as the head of 
                        the Federal agency determines to be 
                        appropriate, except that the approval shall be 
                        contingent on compliance by the Federal agency 
                        with all applicable laws, including the 
                        National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 
                        U.S.C. 4321 et seq.), the Forest and Rangeland 
                        Renewable Resources Planning Act of 1974 (16 
                        U.S.C. 1600 et seq.), and the Federal Land 
                        Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 
                        1701 et seq.);
                    ``(E) acquisition of easements and fee simple title 
                to property for recreational trails or recreational 
                trail corridors;
                    ``(F) assessment of trail conditions for 
                accessibility and maintenance;
                    ``(G) operation of educational programs to promote 
                safety and environmental protection as those objectives 
                relate to the use of recreational trails, but in an 
                amount not to exceed 5 percent of the apportionment 
                made to the State for the fiscal year; and
                    ``(H) payment of costs to the State incurred in 
                administering the program, but in an amount not to 
                exceed 7 percent of the apportionment made to the State 
                for the fiscal year to carry out this section.''.
    (c) Use of Apportionments.--Section 206(d)(3) of such title is 
amended--
            (1) by striking subparagraph (C);
            (2) by redesignating subparagraph (D) as subparagraph (C); 
        and
            (3) in subparagraph (C) (as so redesignated) by striking 
        ``(2)(F)'' and inserting ``(2)(H)''.
    (d) Federal Share.--Section 206(f) of such title is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (1)--
                    (A) by inserting ``and the Federal share of the 
                administrative costs of a State'' after ``project''; 
                and
                    (B) by striking ``not exceed 80 percent'' and 
                inserting ``be determined in accordance with section 
                120(b)'';
            (2) in paragraph (2)(A) by striking ``80 percent of'' and 
        inserting ``the amount determined in accordance with section 
        120(b) for'';
            (3) in paragraph (2)(B) by inserting ``sponsoring the 
        project'' after ``Federal agency'';
            (4) by striking paragraph (5);
            (5) by redesignating paragraph (4) as paragraph (5);
            (6) in paragraph (5) (as so redesignated) by striking ``80 
        percent'' and inserting ``the Federal share as determined in 
        accordance with section 120(b)''; and
            (7) by inserting after paragraph (3) the following:
            ``(4) Use of recreational trails program funds to match 
        other federal program funds.--Notwithstanding any other 
        provision of law, funds made available under this section may 
        be used toward the non-Federal matching share for other Federal 
        program funds that are--
                    ``(A) expended in accordance with the requirements 
                of the Federal program relating to activities funded 
                and populations served; and
                    ``(B) expended on a project that is eligible for 
                assistance under this section.''.
    (e) Planning and Environmental Assessment Costs Incurred Prior to 
Project Approval.--Section 206(h)(1) of such title is amended by adding 
at the end the following:
                    ``(C) Planning and environmental assessment costs 
                incurred prior to project approval.--The Secretary may 
                allow pre-approval planning and environmental 
                compliance costs to be credited toward the non-Federal 
                share of the cost of a project described under 
                subsection (d)(2) (other than subparagraph (I)) in 
                accordance with subsection (f), limited to costs 
                incurred less than 18 months prior to project 
                approval.''.
    (f) Encouragement of Use of Youth Conservation or Service Corps.--
The Secretary shall encourage the States to enter into contracts and 
cooperative agreements with qualified youth conservation or service 
corps to perform construction and maintenance of recreational trails 
under section 206 of title 23, United States Code.

SEC. 1120. FEDERAL LANDS HIGHWAYS.

    (a) Contracts and Agreements With Indian Tribes.--Section 202(d)(3) 
of title 23, United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
            ``(3) Contracts and agreements with indian tribes.--
                    ``(A) In general.--Notwithstanding any other 
                provision of law or any interagency agreement, program 
                guideline, manual, or policy directive, all funds made 
                available to an Indian tribal government under this 
                title for a highway, road, bridge, parkway, or transit 
                facility project that is located on an Indian 
                reservation or provides access to the reservation or a 
                community of the Indian tribe shall be made available, 
                on the request of the Indian tribal government, to the 
                Indian tribal government for use in carrying out, in 
                accordance with the Indian Self-Determination and 
                Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 450 et seq.), 
                contracts and agreements for the planning, research, 
                engineering, and construction relating to such project.
                    ``(B) Exclusion of agency participation.--In 
                accordance with subparagraph (A), all funds for a 
                project to which subparagraph (A) applies shall be paid 
                to the Indian tribal government without regard to the 
                organizational level at which the Department of the 
                Interior has previously carried out, or the Department 
                of Transportation has previously carried out under the 
                Federal lands highway programs, the programs, 
                functions, services, or activities involved.
                    ``(C) Consortia.--Two or more Indian tribes that 
                are otherwise eligible to participate in a project to 
                which this title applies may form a consortium to be 
                considered as a single Indian tribe for the purpose of 
                participating in the project under this section.
                    ``(D) Secretary as signatory.--Notwithstanding any 
                other provision of law, the Secretary is authorized to 
                enter into a funding agreement with an Indian tribe or 
                tribal government to carry out a highway, road, bridge, 
                parkway, or transit project under subparagraph (A) that 
                is located on an Indian reservation or provides access 
                to the reservation or a community of the Indian tribe.
                    ``(E) Funding.--The amount an Indian tribal 
                government receives for a project under subparagraph 
                (A) shall equal the sum of the funding that the Indian 
                tribal government would otherwise receive for the 
                project in accordance with the funding formula 
                established under this subsection and such additional 
                amount as the Secretary determines equal the amounts 
                that would have been withheld for the costs of the 
                Bureau of Indian Affairs for administration of the 
                project.
                    ``(F) Eligibility.--An Indian tribal government may 
                receive funding under subparagraph (A) for a project in 
                a fiscal year if the Indian tribal government 
                demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Secretary 
                financial stability and financial management capability 
                as demonstrated in the annual auditing required under 
                the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance 
                Act (25 U.S.C. 450 et seq.) and, during the preceding 
                fiscal year, had no uncorrected significant and 
                material audit exceptions in the required annual audit 
                of the Indian tribe's self-determination contracts or 
                self-governance funding agreements with any Federal 
                agency.
                    ``(G) Assumption of functions and duties.--An 
                Indian tribal government receiving funding under 
                subparagraph (A) for a project shall assume all 
                functions and duties that the Secretary of the Interior 
                would have performed with respect to projects under 
                this chapter, other than those functions and duties 
                that inherently cannot be legally transferred under the 
                Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act 
                (25 U.S.C. 450b et seq.).
                    ``(H) Powers.--An Indian tribal government 
                receiving funding under subparagraph (A) for a project 
                shall have all powers that the Secretary of the 
                Interior would have exercised in administering the 
                funds transferred to the Indian tribal government for 
                such project under this section if such funds had not 
                been transferred, except to the extent that such powers 
                are powers that inherently cannot be legally 
                transferred under the Indian Self-Determination and 
                Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 450b et seq.).
                    ``(I) Dispute resolution.--In the event of a 
                disagreement between the Secretary of Transportation or 
                the Secretary of the Interior and an Indian tribe over 
                whether a particular function, duty, or power may be 
                lawfully transferred under the Indian Self-
                Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 
                450b et seq.), the Indian tribe shall have the right to 
                pursue all alternative dispute resolutions and appeal 
                procedures authorized by such Act, including 
                regulations issued to carry out such Act.''.
    (b) Alaska Native Village Inventory.--Section 202(d)(2) of such 
title is amended by adding at the end the following:
                    ``(E) Alaska native road inventory.--
                            ``(i) In general.--For fiscal year 2005 and 
                        each fiscal year thereafter, any allocation of 
                        sums authorized to be appropriated for Indian 
                        reservation roads in Alaska shall be based on 
                        an inventory of roads within the exterior 
                        boundaries of village corporation land selected 
                        pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement 
                        Act (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) that includes all 
                        routes previously included in such an 
                        inventory. The Secretary of Transportation and 
                        the Secretary of the Interior may include, in 
                        the inventory of roads, those proposed for 
                        inclusion by tribal village governments from 
                        among community streets within the village and 
                        those proposed primary access routes for 
                        inclusion by tribal village governments, 
                        including roads and trails between villages 
                        (including links over water), roads and trails 
                        to landfills, roads and trails to drinking 
                        water sources, roads and trails to natural 
                        resources identified for economic development, 
                        and roads and trails that provide access to 
                        intermodal termini, such as airports, harbors, 
                        or boat landings.
                            ``(ii) Limitation on primary access 
                        routes.--For purposes of this subparagraph, a 
                        proposed primary access route is the shortest 
                        practicable route connecting 2 points of the 
                        proposed route.''.
    (c) BIA Administrative Expenses.--Section 202(d)(2) of such title 
is further amended by adding at the end the following:
                    ``(F) Administrative expenses.--Of the funds 
                authorized to be appropriated for Indian reservation 
                roads, $27,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $28,000,000 
                for fiscal year 2007, $29,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, 
                and $30,000,000 for fiscal year 2009 may be used by the 
                Secretary of the Interior for program management 
                oversight and project-related administrative 
                expenses.''.
    (d) Bridge Preconstruction Activities Eligibility.--Section 
202(d)(4)(B) of such title is amended by adding at the end the 
following: ``Of the amount reserved under this paragraph for a fiscal 
year, not more than 15 percent may be used for preconstruction 
activities, such as engineering and design.''.
    (e) Grants for Financing Transportation Debt.--Section 202(d)(2)(A) 
of such title is amended by inserting before the period at the end the 
following: ``; except that, beginning October 1, 2004, the Secretary 
may use up to 3 percent of such funds for making grants to Indian 
tribes for the purpose of financing transportation debt for individual 
Indian reservation roads subject to all requirements governing Federal 
assistance for Indian roads under this section and section 204''.
    (f) Deputy Assistant Secretary of Transportation for Tribal 
Government Affairs.--Section 102 of title 49, United States Code, is 
amended--
            (1) by redesignating subsections (f) and (g) as subsections 
        (g) and (h), respectively; and
            (2) by inserting after subsection (e) the following:
    ``(f) Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tribal Government Affairs.--
The Department of Transportation shall have, within the office of the 
Secretary, a Deputy Assistant Secretary for Tribal Government Affairs 
appointed by the President to plan, coordinate, and implement the 
Department of Transportation policy and programs serving Indian tribes 
and tribal organizations and to coordinate tribal transportation 
programs and activities in all offices and administrations of the 
Department and to be a participant in any negotiated rulemaking related 
to, or has impact on, projects, programs, or funding associated with 
the tribal transportation program.''.
    (g) Alaska Native Village Transportation Program.--
            (1) Establishment.--Not later than 3 months after the date 
        of enactment of this Act, the Secretary and the Denali 
        Commission, in coordination with the Alaska Federation of 
        Natives, shall establish an Alaska Native Village 
        transportation program to pay the costs of planning, design, 
        construction, and maintenance of road and other surface 
        transportation facilities identified by Alaska Native Villages.
            (2) Alaska native village defined.--In this subsection, the 
        term ``Alaska Native Village'' has the same meaning such term 
        has as used by the Bureau of Indian Affairs in administering 
        the Indian reservation road program under section 202 of title 
        23, United States Code.

SEC. 1121. CONSERVATION MEASURES.

    (a) Refuge Roads.--Section 204(k)(1) of title 23, United States 
Code, is amended--
            (1) by striking ``and'' at the end of subparagraph (B);
            (2) by redesigning subparagraph (C) as subparagraph (D);
            (3) by inserting after subparagraph (B) the following:
                    ``(C) construction, maintenance, and improvement of 
                wildlife observation infrastructure; and''; and
            (4) in subparagraph (D) (as so redesignated) by striking 
        ``maintenance and improvements'' and inserting ``construction, 
        maintenance, and improvements''.
    (b) Forest Highways.--Of the amounts made available for public 
lands highways under section 1101--
            (1) not to exceed $20,000,000 per fiscal year may be used 
        for the maintenance of forest highways;
            (2) not to exceed $2,500,000 per fiscal year may be used to 
        repair culverts and bridges on forest highways to facilitate 
        appropriate fish passage and ensure reasonable flows and to 
        maintain and remove such culverts and bridges as appropriate; 
        and
            (3) not to exceed $1,000,000 per fiscal year may be used 
        for signage identifying public hunting and fishing access.
    (c) Wildlife Vehicle Collision Reduction Study.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall conduct a study of 
        methods to reduce collisions between motor vehicles and 
        wildlife (in this subsection referred to as ``wildlife vehicle 
        collisions'').
            (2) Contents.--
                    (A) Areas of study.--The study shall include an 
                assessment of the causes and impacts of wildlife 
                vehicle collisions and solutions and best practices for 
                reducing such collisions.
                    (B) Methods for conducting the study.--In carrying 
                out the study, the Secretary shall--
                            (i) conduct a thorough literature review; 
                        and
                            (ii) survey current practices of the 
                        Department of Transportation.
            (3) Consultation.--In carrying out the study, the Secretary 
        shall consult with appropriate experts in the field of wildlife 
        vehicle collisions.
            (4) Report.--
                    (A) In general.--Not later than 2 years after the 
                date of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall 
                transmit to Congress a report on the results of the 
                study.
                    (B) Contents.--The report shall include a 
                description of each of the following:
                            (i) Causes of wildlife vehicle collisions.
                            (ii) Impacts of wildlife vehicle 
                        collisions.
                            (iii) Solutions to and prevention of 
                        wildlife vehicle collisions.
            (5) Manual.--
                    (A) Development.--Based upon the results of the 
                study, the Secretary shall develop a best practices 
                manual to support State efforts to reduce wildlife 
                vehicle collisions.
                    (B) Availability.--The manual shall be made 
                available to States not later than 1 year after the 
                date of transmission of the report under paragraph (4).
                    (C) Contents.--The manual shall include, at a 
                minimum, the following:
                            (i) A list of best practices addressing 
                        wildlife vehicle collisions.
                            (ii) A list of information, technical, and 
                        funding resources for addressing wildlife 
                        vehicle collisions.
                            (iii) Recommendations for addressing 
                        wildlife vehicle collisions.
                            (iv) Guidance for developing a State action 
                        plan to address wildlife vehicle collisions.
            (6) Training.--Based upon the manual developed under 
        paragraph (5), the Secretary shall develop a training course on 
        addressing wildlife vehicle collisions for transportation 
        professionals.

SEC. 1122. PEDESTRIAN AND CYCLIST EQUITY.

    (a) Safe Routes to School Program.--
            (1) Establishment.--Subject to the requirements of this 
        subsection, the Secretary shall establish and carry out a safe 
        routes to school program for the benefit of children in primary 
        and middle schools.
            (2) Purposes.--The purposes of the program shall be--
                    (A) to enable and encourage children, including 
                those with disabilities, to walk and bicycle to school;
                    (B) to make bicycling and walking to school a safer 
                and more appealing transportation alternative, thereby 
                encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle from an 
                early age; and
                    (C) to facilitate the planning, development, and 
                implementation of projects and activities that will 
                improve safety and reduce traffic, fuel consumption, 
                and air pollution in the vicinity of schools.
            (3) Apportionment of funds.--
                    (A) In general.--Subject to subparagraphs (B), (C), 
                and (D) amounts made available to carry out this 
                subsection for a fiscal year shall be apportioned among 
                the States in the ratio that--
                            (i) the total student enrollment in primary 
                        and middle schools in each State; bears to
                            (ii) the total student enrollment in 
                        primary and middle schools in all the States.
                    (B) Minimum apportionment.--No State shall receive 
                an apportionment under this subsection for a fiscal 
                year of less than $2,000,000.
                     (C) Set-aside for administrative expenses.--Before 
                apportioning amounts made available to carry out this 
                subsection under this paragraph for a fiscal year, the 
                Secretary shall set aside not more than 2 percent of 
                such amounts for the administrative expenses of the 
                Secretary in carrying out this subsection.
                    (D) Set-aside for nonmotorized pilot program.--
                Before apportioning amounts made available to carry out 
                this subsection under this paragraph and the set-aside 
                under subparagraph (C) for a fiscal year, the Secretary 
                shall set aside for the nonmotorized pilot program 
                under subsection (b) of this section $25,000,000 for 
                each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009.
                    (E) Determination of student enrollments.--
                Determinations under this paragraph concerning student 
                enrollments shall be made by the Secretary.
            (4) Administration of amounts.--Amounts apportioned to a 
        State under this subsection shall be administered by the 
        State's department of transportation.
            (5) Eligible recipients.--Amounts apportioned to a State 
        under this subsection shall be used by the State to provide 
        financial assistance to State, local, and regional agencies, 
        including nonprofit organizations, that demonstrate an ability 
        to meet the requirements of this subsection.
            (6) Eligible projects and activities.--
                    (A) Infrastructure-related projects.--
                            (i) In general.--Amounts apportioned to a 
                        State under this subsection may be used for the 
                        planning, design, and construction of 
                        infrastructure-related projects that will 
                        substantially improve the ability of students 
                        to walk and bike to school, including sidewalk 
                        improvements, traffic calming and speed 
                        reduction improvements, pedestrian and bicycle 
                        crossing improvements, on-street bicycle 
                        facilities, off-street bicycle and pedestrian 
                        facilities, secure bicycle parking facilities, 
                        and traffic diversion improvements in the 
                        vicinity of schools.
                            (ii) Location of projects.--Infrastructure-
                        related projects under subparagraph (A) may be 
                        carried out on any public road or any bicycle 
                        or pedestrian pathway or trail in the vicinity 
                        of schools.
                    (B) Noninfrastructure-related activities.--
                            (i) In general.--In addition to projects 
                        described in subparagraph (A), amounts 
                        apportioned to a State under this subsection 
                        may be used for noninfrastructure-related 
                        activities to encourage walking and bicycling 
                        to school, including public awareness campaigns 
                        and outreach to press and community leaders, 
                        traffic education and enforcement in the 
                        vicinity of schools, student sessions on 
                        bicycle and pedestrian safety, health, and 
                        environment, and funding for training, 
                        volunteers, and managers of safe routes to 
                        school programs.
                            (ii) Allocation.--Not less than 10 percent 
                        and not more than 30 percent of the amount 
                        apportioned to a State under this subsection 
                        for a fiscal year shall be used for 
                        noninfrastructure-related activities under this 
                        subparagraph.
                    (C) Safe routes to school coordinator.--Each State 
                receiving an apportionment under this subsection for a 
                fiscal year shall use a sufficient amount of the 
                apportionment to fund a full-time position of 
                coordinator of the State's safe routes to school 
                program.
            (7) Clearinghouse.--
                    (A) In general.--The Secretary shall make grants to 
                a national nonprofit organization engaged in promoting 
                safe routes to schools to--
                            (i) operate a national safe routes to 
                        school clearinghouse;
                            (ii) develop information and educational 
                        programs on safe routes to school; and
                            (iii) provide technical assistance and 
                        disseminate techniques and strategies used for 
                        successful safe routes to school programs.
                    (B) Funding.--The Secretary shall carry out this 
                paragraph using amounts set aside for administrative 
                expenses under paragraph (3)(C).
            (8) Task force.--
                    (A) In general.--The Secretary shall establish a 
                national safe routes to school task force composed of 
                leaders in health, transportation, and education, 
                including representatives of appropriate Federal 
                agencies, to study and develop a strategy for advancing 
                safe routes to school programs nationwide.
                    (B) Report.--Not later than March 31, 2006, the 
                Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report 
                containing the results of the study conducted, and a 
                description of the strategy developed, under 
                subparagraph (A) and information regarding the use of 
                funds for infrastructure-related and noninfrastructure-
                related activities under subparagraphs (A) and (B) of 
                paragraph (6).
                    (C) Funding.--The Secretary shall carry out this 
                paragraph using amounts set aside for administrative 
                expenses under paragraph (3)(C).
            (9) Applicability of title 23.--Funds made available to 
        carry out this subsection shall be available for obligation in 
        the same manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 
        1 of title 23, United States Code; except that such funds shall 
        not be transferable and shall remain available until expended 
        and the Federal share of the cost of a project or activity 
        under this section shall be 100 percent. Notwithstanding any 
        other provision of law, projects assisted under this subsection 
        shall be treated as projects on a Federal-aid system under such 
        chapter.
            (10) Definitions.--In this subsection, the following 
        definitions apply:
                    (A) In the vicinity of schools.--The term ``in the 
                vicinity of schools'' means, with respect to a school, 
                the area within bicycling and walking distance of the 
                school (approximately 2 miles).
                    (B) Primary and middle schools.--The term ``primary 
                and middle schools'' means schools providing education 
                from kindergarten through eighth grade.
                    (C) State.--The term ``State'' has the meaning such 
                term has in section 101(a) of title 23, United States 
                Code.
    (b) Nonmotorized Transportation Pilot Program.--
            (1) Establishment.--The Secretary shall establish and carry 
        out a nonmotorized transportation pilot program to construct, 
        in 4 communities selected by the Secretary, a network of 
        nonmotorized transportation infrastructure facilities, 
        including sidewalks, bicycle lanes, and pedestrian and bicycle 
        trails, that connect directly with transit stations, schools, 
        residences, businesses, recreation areas, and other community 
        activity centers.
            (2) Purpose.--The purpose of the program shall be to 
        demonstrate the extent to which bicycling and walking can carry 
        a significant part of the transportation load, and represent a 
        major portion of the transportation solution, within selected 
        communities.
            (3) Grants.--In carrying out the program, the Secretary may 
        make grants to State, local, and regional agencies, that the 
        Secretary determines are suitably equipped and organized to 
        carry out the objectives and requirements of this subsection. 
        An agency that receives a grant under this subsection may 
        suballocate grant funds to a nonprofit organization to carry 
        out the program under this subsection.
            (4) Statistical information.--In carrying out the program, 
        the Secretary shall develop statistical information on changes 
        in motor vehicle, nonmotorized transportation, and public 
        transportation usage in communities participating in the 
        program and assess how such changes decrease congestion and 
        energy usage, increase the frequency of biking and walking, and 
        promote better health and a cleaner environment.
            (5) Reports.--The Secretary shall transmit to Congress an 
        interim report not later than September 30, 2007, and a final 
        report not later than September 30, 2010, on the results of the 
        program.

SEC. 1123. NATIONAL COMMISSIONS.

    (a) National Commission on Future Revenue Sources to Support the 
Highway Trust Fund.--
            (1) Establishment.--There is established a National 
        Commission on Future Revenue Sources to Support the Highway 
        Trust Fund to conduct--
                    (A) a study evaluating alternative short-term 
                sources of Highway Trust Fund revenue to support the 
                requirements of section 1125; and
                    (B) a study evaluating alternative long-term 
                sources of revenue to support the Highway Trust Fund, 
                considering the findings, conclusions, and 
                recommendations of a recent study by the Transportation 
                Research Board of the National Academy of Sciences on 
                alternatives to the fuel tax to support highway program 
                financing and other relevant prior research.
            (2) Functions.--The Commission shall--
                    (A) develop recommendations to generate Highway 
                Trust Fund revenue necessary to accomplish the 
                requirements of section 1125;
                    (B) oversee a comprehensive investigation of 
                alternatives to replace the fuel tax as the principal 
                revenue source to support the Highway Trust Fund over 
                at least the next 30 years;
                    (C) consult with the Secretary of Transportation 
                and the Secretary of the Treasury to assure that their 
                views concerning essential attributes of Highway Trust 
                Fund revenue alternatives are understood;
                    (D) assure that State transportation agency views 
                on alternative revenue sources to support State 
                transportation improvement programs are appropriately 
                considered and that any recommended Federal financing 
                strategy take into account State financial 
                requirements; and
                    (E) make specific recommendations regarding actions 
                that need to be taken to develop alternative revenue 
                sources to support the Highway Trust Fund and when 
                those actions must be taken.
            (3) Specific matters to be addressed.--The study under 
        paragraph (1)(B) shall address specifically--
                    (A) advantages and disadvantages of alternative 
                revenue sources to meet anticipated Federal surface 
                transportation financial requirements;
                    (B) the time frame within which actions must be 
                taken to transition from the fuel tax to alternative 
                revenue sources to support the Highway Trust Fund;
                    (C) recommendations concerning the most promising 
                revenue sources to support long-term Federal surface 
                transportation financing requirements;
                    (D) development of a broad transition strategy to 
                move from the current tax base to new funding 
                mechanisms, including the time frame for various 
                aspects of the transition strategy;
                    (E) recommendations for additional research that 
                may be needed to implement recommended alternatives; 
                and
                    (F) the extent to which revenues should reflect the 
                relative use of the highway system.
            (4) Matters to consider and evaluate.--To the maximum 
        extent feasible, the Commission, in conducting the study under 
        paragraph (1)(B), shall consider and evaluate other related 
        work that has been done by the Department of Transportation, 
        the Department of Energy, the Transportation Research Board, 
        and others. In developing recommendations under paragraph (2), 
        the Commission shall consider--
                    (A) the ability to generate sufficient revenues to 
                meet anticipated long term surface transportation 
                financing needs;
                    (B) the roles of the various levels of government 
                and the private sector in meeting future surface 
                transportation financing needs;
                    (C) administrative costs, including enforcement, to 
                implement each option;
                    (D) potential taxpayer privacy concerns;
                    (E) likely technological advances that could ease 
                implementation of each option;
                    (F) the equity and economic efficiency of each 
                option;
                    (G) the flexibility of different options to allow 
                various pricing alternatives to be implemented; and
                    (H) potential compatibility issues with States tax 
                mechanisms under each alternative.
            (5) Membership.--
                    (A) Composition.--The Commission shall be composed 
                of nine members of whom--
                            (i) three members shall be appointed by the 
                        Secretary;
                            (ii) two members shall be appointed by the 
                        Speaker of the House of Representatives;
                            (iii) one member shall be appointed by the 
                        minority leader of the House of 
                        Representatives;
                            (iv) two members shall be appointed by the 
                        majority leader of the Senate; and
                            (v) one member shall be appointed by the 
                        minority leader of the Senate.
                    (B) Qualifications.--Members appointed under 
                subparagraph (A) shall have experience in public 
                finance, surface transportation program administration, 
                managing organizations that use surface transportation 
                facilities, academic research into related issues, or 
                other activities that provide unique perspectives on 
                current and future requirements for revenue sources to 
                support the Highway Trust Fund.
                    (C) Terms.--Members shall be appointed for the life 
                of the Commission.
                    (D) Vacancies.--A vacancy on the Commission shall 
                be filled in the manner in which the original 
                appointment was made.
                    (E) Travel expenses.--Members shall serve without 
                pay but shall receive travel expenses, including per 
                diem in lieu of subsistence, in accordance with 
                sections 5702 and 5703 of title 5, United States Code.
                    (F) Chairman.--The Chairman of the Commission shall 
                be elected by the members.
            (6) Staff.--
                    (A) In general.--The Commission may engage the 
                services of an appropriate organization, agency, or 
                firm to conduct the studies under this subsection, but 
                the Commission shall provide strategic guidance for the 
                studies.
                    (B) Detail staff.--Upon request of the Commission, 
                the Secretary may detail, on a reimbursable basis, any 
                of the personnel of the Department of Transportation to 
                the Commission to assist the Commission in carrying out 
                its duties under this subsection.
                    (C) Cooperation.--The Secretary shall cooperate 
                with the Commission in conducting the studies under 
                this subsection, including providing the Commission 
                with such nonconfidential data and information as 
                necessary for conducting and completing the study.
            (7) Administrative support services.--Upon the request of 
        the Commission, the Secretary shall provide to the Commission, 
        on a reimbursable basis, the administrative support and 
        services necessary for the Commission to carry out its 
        responsibilities under this subsection.
            (8) Reports and recommendations.--
                    (A) Revenue actions.--Not later than September 30, 
                2005, the Commission shall transmit to Congress a 
                report on revenue actions that would support the 
                requirements of section 1125.
                    (B) Alternative long-term sources of revenue.--Not 
                later than September 30, 2006, the Commission shall 
                transmit to Congress a report on the results of the 
                study conducted under paragraph (1)(B), relating to 
                alternative long-term sources of revenue to support the 
                Highway Trust Fund, including recommendations to 
                address the needs identified in the study.
            (9) Termination.--The Commission shall terminate on the 
        180th day following the date of transmittal of the report under 
        paragraph (8)(B). By such 180th day, the Commission shall 
        deliver all records and papers of the Commission to the 
        Archivist of the United States for deposit in the National 
        Archives.
            (10) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
        to be appropriated from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the 
        Mass Transit Account) $1,500,000 for each of fiscal years 2005 
        and 2006 to carry out this subsection.
            (11) Applicability of title 23.--Funds made available to 
        carry out this subsection shall be available for obligation in 
        the same manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 
        1 of title 23, United States Code; except that the Federal 
        share of the cost of activities carried out under this 
        subsection shall be 100 percent, and such funds shall remain 
        available until expended.
    (b) Declaration of Policy Regarding Future of the Interstate 
Highway System Study.--Section 101(b) of title 23, United States Code, 
is amended by striking the last paragraph and inserting the following:
    ``It is further declared that it is in the national interest to 
preserve and enhance the Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of 
Interstate and Defense Highways to meet the Nation's needs for the 21st 
century. The current urban and long distance personal travel and 
freight movement demands have surpassed the vision of the original 
Interstate System and travel demand patterns are expected to change. 
Continued planning for and investment in the Interstate System is 
critical to assure it adequately meets the changing travel demands of 
the future. Among the foremost needs that the Interstate System must 
provide are safe, efficient, and reliable (1) national and 
interregional personal mobility, (2) flow of interstate commerce, and 
(3) travel movements essential for national security. To the maximum 
extent, actions under this title should address congestion, safety, and 
freight transportation to provide for a strong and vigorous national 
economy. The Interstate System is hereby declared to be the Nation's 
premiere highway system, essential for the Nation's economic vitality, 
national security, and general welfare. The Secretary of Transportation 
is directed to take appropriate actions to preserve and enhance the 
Interstate System to meet the needs of the 21st century in accordance 
with this title.''.
    (c) National Commission on Future of Interstate Highway System.--
            (1) Establishment.--There is established a National 
        Commission on the Future of the Dwight D. Eisenhower National 
        System of Interstate and Defense Highways (in this subsection 
        referred to as the ``Interstate System'').
            (2) Function.--The Commission shall--
                    (A) conduct a study of the current condition and 
                future of the Interstate System and develop a 
                conceptual plan with alternative approaches for the 
                future of the Interstate System to assure that the 
                Interstate System will continue to serve the needs of 
                the Nation;
                    (B) assure that State transportation agency views 
                are considered; and
                    (C) make specific recommendations regarding those 
                design standards, Federal policies, and legislative 
                changes that must be made to assure the national 
                interests are served in meeting future Interstate 
                System needs.
            (3) Specific matters to be addressed.--The Commission shall 
        assure that the study under this subsection specifically 
        addresses the following:
                    (A) Current condition.--The current condition and 
                performance of the Interstate System, including 
                physical condition of bridges and pavements and 
                operational characteristics and performance, shall be 
                examined, relying primarily on existing data sources.
                    (B) Future assessment.--The future of the 
                Interstate System, based on a range of legislative and 
                policy approaches for 15-, 30-, and 50-year horizons.
            (4) Specific issues and details to address.--The following 
        specific issues and details shall be addressed as a part of the 
        study under this subsection:
                    (A) Demographics.--Expected demographics and 
                business uses that impact transportation.
                    (B) Usage.--Expected system use and effects of 
                changing vehicle types, fleet size and weights, and 
                traffic volumes.
                    (C) Natural disaster.--Seismic and other 
                vulnerabilities and their potential impacts.
                    (D) Design standards.--Desirable design policies 
                and standards for future improvements, including safety 
                improvement and additional access points.
                    (E) System wide needs.--Identification of both 
                urban and rural needs.
                    (F) Potential system expansion, upgrades, or other 
                changes.--Deployment of advanced materials and 
                intelligent technologies; critical multi-state rural 
                corridors needing capacity, safety, and operational 
                enhancements; urban and multi-state corridor additions; 
                bypasses of major cities that ensure efficient long-
                haul travel; improvements to inter-modal linkages; 
                strategies to enhance asset preservation; and 
                implementation strategies.
                    (G) Community values.--Consideration of alternative 
                approaches to maintaining or enhancing community values 
                in those neighborhoods adjacent to the Interstate 
                System.
                    (H) Environmental issues.--Consideration of 
                alternative approaches to addressing environmental 
                concerns relative to recommended alternatives.
                    (I) System performance.--Evaluation and assessment 
                of the current and future capabilities for conducting 
                system-wide real-time performance data collection and 
                analysis, traffic monitoring, system operations and 
                management.
            (5) Alternatives.--A range of policy recommendations shall 
        be developed as a part of the plan under this subsection to 
        address identified future needs of the Interstate System. The 
        alternatives shall include funding needs and potential 
        approaches to provide those funds.
            (6) Membership.--
                    (A) Composition.--The Commission shall be composed 
                of nine members of whom--
                            (i) three members shall be appointed by the 
                        Secretary;
                            (ii) two members shall be appointed by the 
                        Speaker of the House of Representatives;
                            (iii) one member shall be appointed by the 
                        minority leader of the House of 
                        Representatives;
                            (iv) two members shall be appointed by the 
                        majority leader of the Senate; and
                            (v) one member shall be appointed by the 
                        minority leader of the Senate.
                    (B) Qualifications.--Members appointed under 
                subparagraph (A) shall be appointed from among 
                individuals that have a concern for maintaining a 
                strong role for the Interstate System in the future of 
                the Nation and may include representatives from 
                Federal, State, and local governments, other 
                transportation authorities or agencies, and 
                organizations representing surface transportation 
                owners and operators.
                    (C) Terms.--Members shall be appointed for the life 
                of the Commission.
                    (D) Vacancies.--A vacancy in the Commission shall 
                be filled in the manner in which the original 
                appointment was made.
                    (E) Travel expenses.--Member shall serve without 
                pay but shall receive travel expenses, including per 
                diem in lieu of subsistence, in accordance with 
                sections 5702 and 5703 of title 5, United States Code.
                    (F) Chairman.--The Chairman of the Commission shall 
                be elected by the members.
            (7) Staff.--
                    (A) In general.--The Commission may engage the 
                services of an appropriate organization, agency, or 
                firm to conduct the study under this subsection, but 
                the Commission shall provide strategic guidance for the 
                study.
                    (B) Detail staff.--Upon request of the Commission, 
                the Secretary may detail, on a reimbursable basis, any 
                of the personnel of the Department of Transportation to 
                the Commission to assist the Commission in carrying out 
                its duties under this subsection.
                    (C) Cooperation.--The Secretary shall cooperate 
                with the Commission in the study, including providing 
                the Commission with such nonconfidential data and 
                information as necessary for conducting and completing 
                the study.
            (8) Administrative support services.--Upon the request of 
        the Commission, the Secretary shall provide to the Commission, 
        on a reimbursable basis, the administrative support and 
        services necessary for the Commission to carry out its 
        responsibilities under this subsection.
            (9) Report and recommendations.--Not later than September 
        30, 2006, the Commission shall transmit to Congress a final 
        report on the results of the study conducted under this 
        subsection, including recommendations to address the needs 
        identified in the study.
            (10) Termination.--The Commission shall terminate on the 
        180th day following the date of transmittal of the report under 
        paragraph (9). By such 180th day, the Commission shall deliver 
        all records and papers of the Commission to the Archivist of 
        the United States for deposit in the National Archives.
            (11) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
        to be appropriated from the Highway Trust Funds (other than the 
        Mass Transit Account) to carry out this subsection $1,000,000 
        for each of fiscal years 2005 and 2006.
            (12) Applicability of title 23, united states code.--Funds 
        authorized to be appropriated by this section shall be 
        available for obligation in the same manner as if such funds 
        were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States 
        Code; except that the Federal share of the cost of activities 
        carried out under this subsection shall be 100 percent and such 
        funds shall remain available until expended.

SEC. 1124. ADJUSTMENTS FOR THE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION EXTENSION ACT OF 
              2004, PART V.

    [Reserved]

SEC. 1125. ROADWAY SAFETY.

    (a) Road Safety.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall enter into an 
        agreement to assist in the activities of a national nonprofit 
        organization that is dedicated solely to improving public road 
        safety--
                    (A) by improving the quality of data pertaining to 
                public road hazards and design features that affect or 
                increase the severity of motor vehicle crashes;
                    (B) by developing and carrying out a public 
                awareness campaign to educate State and local 
                transportation officials, public safety officials, and 
                motorists regarding the extent to which public road 
                hazards and design features are a factor in motor 
                vehicle crashes; and
                    (C) by promoting public road safety research and 
                technology transfer activities.
            (2) Funding.--There is authorized to be appropriated from 
        the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account) 
        $500,000 for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 to carry 
        out this subsection.
            (3) Applicability of title 23.--Funds made available by 
        this subsection shall be available for obligation in the same 
        manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of 
        title 23, United States Code, except that the funds shall 
        remain available until expended.
    (b) Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Grants.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall make grants to a 
        national, not-for-profit organization engaged in promoting 
        bicycle and pedestrian safety--
                    (A) to operate a national bicycle and pedestrian 
                clearinghouse;
                    (B) to develop information and educational 
                programs; and
                    (C) to disseminate techniques and strategies for 
                improving bicycle and pedestrian safety.
            (2) Funding.--There is authorized to be appropriated from 
        the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account) 
        $500,000 for each of fiscal years 2004 through 2009 to carry 
        out this subsection.
            (3) Applicability of title 23.--Funds made available by 
        this subsection shall be available for obligation in the same 
        manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of 
        title 23, United States Code, except that the funds shall 
        remain available until expended.

SEC. 1126. EQUITY REQUIREMENT.

    (a) General Provisions.--The Secretary may not apportion before 
August 1, 2006, any funds for any of the programs referred to in 
subsection (b) for fiscal year 2006 unless, after the date of enactment 
of this Act, a law has been enacted that--
            (1) increases the guaranteed rate of return pursuant to 
        section 105 of title 23, United States Code, to 92 percent in 
        fiscal year 2006, 93 percent in fiscal year 2007, 94 percent in 
        fiscal year 2008, and 95 percent in fiscal year 2009; and
            (2) requires that each State receive apportionments for 
        such programs for each of such fiscal years that in the 
        aggregate are at least equal to the greater of--
                    (A) the State's minimum guaranteed rate of return 
                required under paragraph (1); and
                    (B) the State's prior fiscal year's apportioned 
                highway funds for programs referred in subsection (b) 
                plus an amount equal to the State's prior year 
                apportioned funds for such programs multiplied by the 
                percentage increase in the consumer price index during 
                the 12-month period ending June 30 of the calendar year 
                in which the fiscal year begins.
    (b) Applicability.--The withholding of apportioned funds under 
subsection (a) shall apply to the following programs:
            (1) The National Highway System program under section 
        103(b) of title 23, United States Code.
            (2) The high priority projects program under section 117 of 
        such title.
            (3) The Interstate maintenance program under section 119 of 
        such title.
            (4) The surface transportation program under section 133 of 
        such title.
            (5) Metropolitan planning under chapter 52 of title 49, 
        United States Code.
            (6) The highway bridge replacement and rehabilitation 
        program under section 144 of title 23, United States Code.
            (7) The congestion mitigation and air quality improvement 
        program under section 149 of such title.
            (8) The recreational trails program under section 206 of 
        such title.
            (9) The Appalachian development highway system under 
        subtitle IV of title 40, United States Code.
            (10) The freight intermodal connectors program under 
        section 1303 of this Act.
            (11) The coordinated border infrastructure program under 
        section 1302 of this Act.
            (12) The high risk rural road safety improvement program 
        under section 1403 of this Act.
            (13) The safe routes to schools program under section 1122 
        of this Act.
            (14) The minimum guarantee program under section 105 of 
        title 23, United States Code.
    (c) Consideration of Commission Findings.--In considering a law 
that increases the guaranteed rate of return referred to in subsection 
(a), Congress should consider the findings of the report on alternative 
short-term sources of Highway Trust Fund revenue to be published by the 
National Commission on Future Revenue Sources to Support the Highway 
Trust Fund pursuant to section 1123 of this Act.

                     Subtitle B--Congestion Relief

SEC. 1201. MOTOR VEHICLE CONGESTION RELIEF.

    (a) In General.--Title 23, United States Code, is amended by 
inserting after section 138 the following:
``Sec. 139. Motor vehicle congestion relief
    ``(a) In General.--Each State that has an urbanized area with an 
urbanized area population of over 200,000 individuals shall obligate in 
each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 a portion of the State's 
apportionments under section 104(b) in such fiscal year, as calculated 
under subsection (b), for congestion relief activities in such 
urbanized areas in accordance with this section.
    ``(b) Calculation of Amount.--The portion of a State's 
apportionments for a fiscal year to be obligated for congestion relief 
activities under subsection (a) shall be determined by multiplying--
            ``(1) the total of amounts apportioned to the State under 
        each of paragraphs (1), (2), (3), and (4) of section 104(b) in 
        such fiscal year; by
            ``(2) 10 percent; by
            ``(3) the percentage of the State's population residing in 
        urbanized areas of the State with an urbanized area population 
        of over 200,000 individuals.
    ``(c) Allocation Between Under One and Under Three Congestion 
Relief Activities.--Of the total amount of a State's apportionments to 
be obligated for congestion relief activities for a fiscal year as 
calculated under subsection (b)--
            ``(1) 40 percent shall be obligated for under one 
        congestion relief activities;
            ``(2) 35 percent shall be obligated for under three 
        congestion relief activities; and
            ``(3) 25 percent shall be obligated at the discretion of 
        the State department of transportation for 1 or more of the 
        following:
                    ``(A) Under one congestion relief activities.
                    ``(B) Under three congestion relief activities.
                    ``(C) Capital costs for transit projects that are 
                eligible for assistance under chapter 53 of title 49.
                    ``(D) Demand relief projects and activities that 
                shift demand to non-peak hours or to other modes of 
                transportation or that reduce the overall level of 
                demand for roads through such means as telecommuting, 
                ridesharing, alternative work hour programs, and value 
                pricing.
    ``(d) Obligation of Amounts.--
            ``(1) In general.--In complying with the requirements of 
        this section, the amounts obligated by a State for congestion 
        relief activities under subsection (a) shall be allocated among 
        the individual programs for which funds are apportioned under 
        sections 104(b)(1), 104(b)(2), 104(b)(3), and 104(b)(4).
            ``(2) Limitation on statutory construction.--Nothing in 
        this subsection shall be construed as requiring a State to 
        obligate proportional or equal amounts under sections 
        104(b)(1), 104(b)(2), 104(b)(3), and 104(b)(4) for any 
        congestion relief activity under this section.
    ``(e) Limitation on Statutory Construction.--Nothing in this 
section shall be construed as altering or otherwise affecting the 
applicability of the requirements of this chapter (including 
requirements relating to the eligibility of a project for assistance 
under the program, the location of the project, and the Federal-share 
payable on account of the project) to amounts apportioned to a State 
for a program under section 104(b) that are obligated by the State for 
congestion relief activities under subsection (a).
    ``(f) Joint Responsibility.--Each State, each affected metropolitan 
planning organization, and the Secretary shall jointly ensure 
compliance with this section.
    ``(g) Transfers.--
            ``(1) In general.--A State may transfer a portion of the 
        amount that the State must obligate for under one congestion 
        relief activities in a fiscal year under this section to the 
        amount the State must obligate for under three congestion 
        relief activities under this section if the State certifies to 
        the Secretary that there are no under one congestion relief 
        activities for which such portion can be obligated in such 
        fiscal year and the Secretary does not disapprove such transfer 
        within 30 days after the date of such certification.
            ``(2) Limitation.--The amount that a State may transfer in 
        a fiscal year under this subsection may not reduce the amount 
        the State must obligate for under one congestion relief 
        activities to less than 10 percent of the total amount of the 
        State's apportionments to be obligated for congestion relief 
        activities for such fiscal year as calculated under subsection 
        (b).
            ``(3) Treatment.--Amounts transferred by a State under this 
        subsection for a fiscal year shall be included in the amount of 
        the State's apportionments allocated for under three congestion 
        relief activities for such fiscal year under subsection (c)(2).
    ``(h) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions 
apply:
            ``(1) Congestion relief activities.--
                    ``(A) In general.--The term `congestion relief 
                activity' means any activity, project, or program that 
                has as its primary purpose, as determined by the State 
                transportation department, the relief of motor vehicle 
                congestion.
                    ``(B) Inclusions.--Such term includes the 
                following:
                            ``(i) Relief of motor vehicle congestion 
                        through additional capacity, construction of 
                        additional lanes, improvements to interchanges, 
                        improved access to major terminals, 
                        construction of parallel roads, construction of 
                        truck only lanes, and major arterial 
                        improvements.
                            ``(ii) Transportation systemwide 
                        operational improvements targeted at increasing 
                        motor vehicle travel reliability through such 
                        means as incident management programs, traffic 
                        monitoring and surveillance, and traveler 
                        information initiatives.
                            ``(iii) Maximizing efficient use of 
                        existing motor vehicle travel capacity through 
                        such means as reversible lanes, coordinated 
                        traffic signalization, and managed lanes or 
                        other lane management strategies.
                    ``(C) Exclusions.--Such term does not include 
                demand relief projects and activities that shift demand 
                to non-peak hours or to other modes of transportation 
                or that reduce the overall level of demand for roads 
                through such means as telecommuting, ridesharing, 
                alternative work hour programs, and value pricing.
            ``(2) Under one congestion relief activities.--The term 
        `under one congestion relief activity' means a congestion 
        relief activity that--
                    ``(A) will be completed within one year after the 
                date of commencement of onsite improvements;
                    ``(B) has a total projected cost of less than 
                $1,000,000; and
                    ``(C) will improve conditions in the applicable 
                urbanized area or is an element of the congestion 
                management system of the applicable metropolitan 
                planning organization.
            ``(3) Under three congestion relief activities.--The term 
        `under three congestion relief activities' means congestion 
        relief activities that--
                    ``(A) will be completed within 3 years after the 
                date of commencement of onsite improvements; and
                    ``(B) will improve conditions in the applicable 
                urbanized area or is an element of the congestion 
                management system of the applicable metropolitan 
                planning organization.''.
    (b) Conforming Amendment.--The analysis for chapter I of such title 
is amended by inserting after the item relating to section 138 the 
following:

``139. Motor vehicle congestion relief.''.
    (c) Motor Vehicle Defined.--Title 23, United States Code, is 
amended--
            (1) in section 154(a)(2), relating to the definition of 
        motor vehicle, by inserting ``streets, roads, and'' before 
        ``highways'';
            (2) by redesignating paragraph (2) of section 154(a) as 
        paragraph (38);
            (3) by moving such redesignated paragraph from section 
        154(a) to the end of section 101(a);
            (4) by redesignating paragraphs (3) and (4) of section 
        154(a) as paragraphs (2) and (3), respectively;
            (5) in section 153(i)--
                    (A) by striking paragraph (2); and
                    (B) by redesignating paragraphs (3) and (4) as 
                paragraphs (2) and (3), respectively;
            (6) in section 164(a)(4) by striking ``means'' and all that 
        follows through ``rail line or'' and inserting ``does not 
        include''; and
            (7) in section 405(f)--
                    (A) by striking paragraph (2); and
                    (B) by redesignating paragraphs (3), (4), (5), and 
                (6) as paragraphs (2), (3), (4), and (5).

SEC. 1202. TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS.

    (a) Definitions.--
            (1) Operating costs for traffic monitoring, management, and 
        control.--Section 101(a)(17) of title 23, United States Code, 
        is amended by inserting ``transportation systems management and 
        operations and'' after ``associated with''.
            (2) Operational improvement.--Section 101(a)(18)(A)(i) of 
        such title is amended--
                    (A) by inserting ``transportation systems 
                management and operations, including'' after ``for''; 
                and
                    (B) by inserting ``equipment and programs for 
                transportation response to natural disasters,'' after 
                ``incident management programs,''.
            (3) Transportation systems management and operations.--
        Section 101(a) of such title is further amended by adding at 
        the end the following:
            ``(39) Transportation systems management and operations.--
                    ``(A) In general.--The term `transportation systems 
                management and operations' means an integrated program 
                to optimize the performance of existing infrastructure 
                through the implementation of multimodal and 
                intermodal, cross-jurisdictional systems, services, and 
                projects designed to preserve capacity and improve the 
                security, safety, and reliability of Federal-aid 
                highways.
                    ``(B) Included activities and improvements.--The 
                term includes regional operations collaboration and 
                coordination activities between transportation and 
                public safety agencies and improvements such as traffic 
                detection and surveillance, arterial management, 
                freeway management, demand management, work zone 
                management, emergency management, electronic toll 
                collection, automated enforcement, traffic operations 
                measures to improve capacity, traffic signal 
                coordination, optimization of traffic signal timing, 
                traffic incident management, communications equipment 
                related to traffic incident management (including 
                integrated, interoperable, emergency communications 
                equipment), roadway weather management, traveler 
                information services, commercial vehicle operations, 
                traffic control, freight management, and coordination 
                of highway, rail, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian 
                operations.''.
    (b) Surface Transportation Program Eligibility.--Section 133(b) of 
such title is amended--
            (1) by redesignating paragraphs (13) and (14) as paragraphs 
        (12) and (13), respectively; and
            (2) by adding at the end the following:
            ``(14) Regional transportation operations collaboration and 
        coordination activities that are associated with regional 
        improvements, including activities for traffic incident 
        management, technology deployment, emergency management and 
        response, traveler information, and regional congestion 
        relief.''.
    (c) National Highway System Eligibility.--Section 103(b)(6) of such 
title is amended by adding at the end the following:
                    ``(Q) Capital, operating, and systems maintenance 
                costs for transportation systems management and 
                operations.''.
    (d) Transportation Systems Management and Operations.--Subchapter I 
of chapter 1 of such title is further amended by adding at the end the 
following:
``Sec. 166. Transportation systems management and operations
    ``(a) Authority.--The Secretary may--
            ``(1) encourage transportation system managers, operators, 
        public safety officials, and transportation planners within an 
        urbanized area, who are actively engaged in and responsible for 
        conducting activities relating to day-to-day management, 
        operations, public safety, and planning of transportation 
        facilities and services, to collaborate and coordinate on a 
        regional level in a continuous and sustained manner for 
        improved transportation systems management and operations, 
        including, at a minimum--
                    ``(A) developing a regional concept of operations 
                that defines a regional strategy shared by all 
                transportation and public safety participants for how 
                the region's systems should be managed, operated, and 
                measured;
                    ``(B) sharing of information among operators, 
                service providers, public safety officials, and the 
                general public; and
                    ``(C) guiding, in a regionally-coordinated manner, 
                the implementation of regional transportation system 
                management and operations initiatives, including 
                emergency evacuation and response, traffic incident 
                management, technology deployment, and traveler 
                information systems delivery, in a manner consistent 
                with and integrated into the ongoing metropolitan and 
                statewide transportation planning processes and 
                regional intelligent transportation system 
                architecture, if required; and
            ``(2) encourage States to establish a system of basic real-
        time monitoring capability for the surface transportation 
        system and provide the capability and means to share that data 
        among agencies (including highway, transit, and public safety 
        agencies), jurisdictions (including States, cities, counties, 
        and areas represented by metropolitan planning organizations), 
        private-sector entities, and the traveling public.
    ``(b) Execution.--To support the successful execution of 
transportation systems management and operations activities, the 
Secretary may undertake the following activities:
            ``(1) Assist and cooperate with other Federal departments 
        and agencies, State and local governments, metropolitan 
        planning organizations, private industry representatives, and 
        other interested parties to improve regional collaboration and 
        real-time information sharing between transportation system 
        managers and operators, public safety officials, emergency 
        managers, and the general public to increase the security, 
        safety, and reliability of Federal-aid highways.
            ``(2) Issue, if necessary, new guidance or regulations for 
        the procurement of transportation system management and 
        operations facilities, equipment, and services, including 
        equipment procured in preparation for natural disasters and 
        emergencies, system hardware, software, and software 
        integration services.''.
    (e) Conforming Amendment.--The analysis for such chapter is further 
amended by adding at the end the following:

``166. Transportation systems management and operations.''.
    (f) Intelligent Transportation System Procurement Policy.--
            (1) Study.--The Secretary shall--
                    (A) conduct a study of the current policies and 
                practices for the procurement of intelligent 
                transportation system facilities, equipment, and 
                services; and
                    (B) develop a conceptual plan with alternative 
                approaches for expediting and streamlining such 
                procurements at the State level.
            (2) Recommendations.--Based on the results of the study, 
        the Secretary shall make recommendations in the report under 
        paragraph (4) regarding procurement standards, including 
        recommendations regarding any changes in Federal and State 
        statutes, regulations, and policies necessary to ensure that 
        national interests are served in meeting future intelligent 
        transportation system needs.
            (3) Specific matters to be addressed.--The study under this 
        subsection shall specifically address the following:
                    (A) Current condition.--The current practices and 
                policies relating to procurement of intelligent 
                transportation system facilities, equipment, and 
                services, including equipment procured in preparation 
                for natural disasters and emergencies, system hardware, 
                software, and software integration services.
                    (B) Assessment of need for policy reform.--The 
                ability of current practices and policies to achieve 
                the successful implementation of intelligent 
                transportation system goals and the need for national 
                policy reform to expedite and streamline procurements 
                necessary to meet such goals.
                    (C) Alternatives.--The range of legislative, 
                regulatory, and policy alternatives to address 
                identified needs and goals, including funding needs.
                    (D) Recommendations.--Recommendations regarding 
                procurement standards, including recommendations 
                regarding any changes in Federal and State statutes, 
                regulations, and policies necessary for expedited and 
                streamlined procurements.
            (4) Report and recommendations.--Not later than March 31, 
        2006, the Secretary shall transmit to the appropriate 
        committees of Congress a final report regarding the results of 
        the study conducted under this subsection and recommendations 
        to address the needs identified in such study.
            (5) Initiation of rulemaking proceeding.--To the extent any 
        recommendation made by the Secretary under this subsection may 
        be implemented by regulation, the Secretary shall initiate a 
        rulemaking proceeding to address such recommendation not later 
        than the 90th day following the date of submission of the 
        report under paragraph (4).
            (6) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
        to be appropriated from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the 
        Mass Transit Account) $1,000,000 in fiscal year 2005 to carry 
        out this subsection.
            (7) Applicability of title 23.--Funds made available to 
        carry out this subsection shall be available for obligation in 
        the same manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 
        1 of title 23, United States Code; except that the Federal 
        share of the cost of the study under this subsection shall be 
        100 percent and such funds shall remain available until 
        expended.

SEC. 1203. REAL-TIME SYSTEM MANAGEMENT INFORMATION PROGRAM.

    (a) Establishment.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall establish a real-time 
        system management information program to provide, in all 
        States, the capability to monitor, in real-time, the traffic 
        and travel conditions of the Nation's major highways and to 
        share that information to improve the security of the surface 
        transportation system, to address congestion problems, to 
        support improved response to weather events and surface 
        transportation incidents, and to facilitate national and 
        regional highway traveler information.
            (2) Purposes.--The purposes of the real-time system 
        management information program are to--
                    (A) establish, in all States, a system of basic 
                real-time information for managing and operating the 
                surface transportation system;
                    (B) identify longer range real-time highway and 
                transit monitoring needs and develop plans and 
                strategies for meeting such needs; and
                    (C) provide the capability and means to share that 
                data with State and local governments and the traveling 
                public.
    (b) National Steering Committee.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall establish a national 
        steering committee to assist in the development of data 
        exchange formats under subsection (c).
            (2) Representatives.--The national steering committee shall 
        consist of representatives of State transportation departments, 
        metropolitan planning organizations, local governments, 
        nonprofit entities, the private sector, and academia.
            (3) Purpose.--The purpose of the national steering 
        committee shall be to provide guidance regarding the content 
        and uniformity of data exchange formats.
    (c) Data Exchange Formats.--Not later than 2 years after the date 
of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall establish data exchange 
formats based on recommendations of the steering committee established 
under subsection (b) to ensure that the data provided by highway and 
transit monitoring systems, including statewide incident reporting 
systems, can readily be exchanged across jurisdictional boundaries, 
facilitating nationwide availability of information.
    (d) Regional Intelligent Transportation System Architecture.--
            (1) Addressing information needs.--As State and local 
        governments develop or update regional intelligent 
        transportation system architectures, described in section 940.9 
        of title 23, Code of Federal Regulations, such governments 
        shall explicitly address real-time highway and transit 
        information needs and the systems needed to meet such needs, 
        including addressing coverage, monitoring systems, data fusion 
        and archiving, and methods of exchanging or sharing highway and 
        transit information.
            (2) Data exchange.--States shall incorporate the data 
        exchange formats established by the Secretary under subsection 
        (c) to ensure that the data provided by highway and transit 
        monitoring systems may readily be exchanged with State and 
        local governments and may be made available to the traveling 
        public.
    (e) Eligibility.--Subject to project approval by the Secretary, a 
State may obligate funds apportioned to the State under sections 
104(b)(1), 104(b)(2), and 104(b)(3) of title 23, United States Code, 
for activities related to the planning and deployment of real-time 
monitoring elements that advance the goals and purposes described in 
subsection (a).
    (f) Limitation on Statutory Construction.--Nothing in this section 
shall be construed as altering or otherwise affecting the applicability 
of the requirements of chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code 
(including requirements relating to the eligibility of a project for 
assistance under the program, the location of the project, and the 
Federal-share payable on account of the project), to amounts 
apportioned to a State for a program under section 104(b) that are 
obligated by the State for activities and projects under this section.
    (g) Statewide Incident Reporting System Defined.--In this section, 
the term ``statewide incident reporting system'' means a statewide 
system for facilitating the real-time electronic reporting of surface 
transportation incidents to a central location for use in monitoring 
the event, providing accurate traveler information, and responding to 
the incident as appropriate.

SEC. 1204. EXPEDITED NATIONAL INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS 
              DEPLOYMENT PROGRAM.

    (a) Establishment.--The Secretary shall establish a comprehensive 
program to accelerate the integration, interoperability, and deployment 
of intelligent transportation systems in order to improve the 
performance of the surface transportation system in metropolitan and 
rural areas.
    (b) Selection of Model Projects.--Under the program, the Secretary 
may make grants, through competitive solicitation, for projects that 
will serve as models to improve transportation efficiency, promote 
surface transportation safety (including safe freight movement), 
increase traffic flow (including the flow of intermodal travel at ports 
of entry), reduce emissions of air pollutants, improve traveler 
information, enhance alternative transportation modes, build on 
existing intelligent transportation system projects, and promote 
tourism.
    (c) Other Projects, Programs, and Activities.--Under the program, 
the Secretary may make grants for projects, programs, and activities in 
metropolitan and rural areas that--
            (1) contribute to national deployment goals and objectives 
        outlined in the national intelligent transportation system 
        program plan;
            (2) promote cooperation among agencies, jurisdictions, and 
        the private sector, as evidenced by signed memoranda of 
        understanding that clearly define the responsibilities and 
        relations of all parties to a partnership arrangement, 
        including institutional relationships and financial agreements 
        needed to support deployment of intelligent transportation 
        systems;
            (3) encourage private sector involvement and financial 
        commitment to such deployment to the maximum extent practicable 
        through innovative financial arrangements, especially public-
        private partnerships, including arrangements that generate 
        revenue to offset public investment costs;
            (4) enhance fully integrated intelligent transportation 
        system deployment;
            (5) create technical capacity for effective operations and 
        maintenance of such systems;
            (6) improve safety, mobility, geographic and regional 
        diversity, and economic development in deployment of such 
        systems;
            (7) advance deployment of the 511 traveler information 
        program; and
            (8) advance deployment of other national systems, including 
        a statewide incident reporting system, wireless e-911 system, 
        and road weather information system.
    (d) Applicability of Title 23, United States Code.--Funds 
authorized to be appropriated under section 1101(a)(16) of this Act 
shall be available for obligation to carry out subsection (c)(7) in the 
same manner and to the same extent as if such funds were apportioned 
under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code; except that the 
Federal share of the cost of projects carried out under subsection 
(c)(7) shall be 80 percent and such funds shall remain available until 
expended.

SEC. 1205. INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS DEPLOYMENT.

    (a) Purpose.--The purpose of this section is to ensure that a 
minimum of $2,500,000,000 of the amounts authorized to be appropriated 
for the National Highway System, Interstate maintenance, surface 
transportation, and congestion mitigation and air quality improvement 
programs for fiscal years 2005 through 2009 is utilized to expand 
deployment of intelligent transportation systems.
    (b) In General.--Chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code, is 
amended by inserting after section 149 the following:
``Sec. 150. Deployment of intelligent transportation systems
    ``(a) In General.--In each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009, each 
State shall obligate a portion of the funds apportioned to the State 
under sections 104(b)(1), 104(b)(2), 104(b)(3), and 104(b)(4) for such 
fiscal year, calculated under subsection (b), for projects described in 
subsection (c) that support deployment of intelligent transportation 
systems in the State.
    ``(b) Calculation of Amount.--The portion of a State's 
apportionments to be obligated under subsection (a) for projects 
described in subsection (c) in a fiscal year shall be determined by 
multiplying $500,000,000 by the ratio that--
            ``(1) the aggregate of amounts apportioned to the State for 
        such fiscal year under sections 104(b)(1), 104(b)(2), 
        104(b)(3), and 104(b)(4); bears to
            ``(2) the aggregate of amounts apportioned to all States 
        for such fiscal year under such sections.
    ``(c) Intelligent Transportation Systems Deployment Projects.--
Projects for which funds must be obligated under this section include 
the following:
            ``(1) Performance.--Establishment and implementation of 
        operations systems and services that improve performance in the 
        areas of traffic operations, emergency response to surface 
        transportation incidents, surface transportation incident 
        management, weather event response management by State and 
        local authorities, surface transportation network and facility 
        management, construction and work zone management, and traffic 
        flow information.
            ``(2) Networks.--Conducting activities that support the 
        creation of networks that link metropolitan and rural surface 
        transportation systems into an integrated data network, capable 
        of collecting, sharing, and archiving transportation system 
        traffic condition and performance information.
            ``(3) Safety.--Implementation of intelligent transportation 
        system technologies that improve highway safety through 
        linkages connecting the vehicle, the infrastructure, and 
        information to the driver.
            ``(4) Operation and management.--Provision of services 
        necessary to ensure the efficient operation and management of 
        intelligent transportation systems infrastructure, including 
        costs associated with communications, utilities, rent, 
        hardware, software, labor, administrative costs, training, and 
        technical services.
            ``(5) Interagency support.--Provision of support for 
        institutional relationships between transportation agencies, 
        police, emergency medical services, private emergency 
        operators, freight operators, and shippers.
            ``(6) Planning.--Conducting cross-jurisdictional planning 
        and deployment of regional transportation systems operations 
        and management approaches.
    ``(d) Obligation of Amounts.--
            ``(1) In general.--In complying with the requirements of 
        this section, the amounts obligated by a State for projects 
        under subsection (c) that support deployment of intelligent 
        transportation systems in such State under subsection (a) shall 
        be allocated among the individual programs for which funds are 
        apportioned under sections 104(b)(1), 104(b)(2), 104(b)(3), and 
        104(b)(4).
            ``(2) Limitation on statutory construction.--Nothing in 
        this subsection shall be construed as requiring a State to 
        obligate proportional or equal amounts under sections 
        104(b)(1), 104(b)(2), 104(b)(3), and 104(b)(4) for any 
        congestion relief activity under this section.
    ``(e) Limitation on Statutory Construction.--Nothing in this 
section shall be construed as altering or otherwise affecting the 
applicability of the requirements of this chapter (including 
requirements relating to the eligibility of a project for assistance 
under the program, the location of the project, and the Federal-share 
payable on account of the project) to amounts apportioned to a State 
for a program under section 104(b) that are obligated by the State for 
projects under this section.
    ``(f) Joint Responsibility.--Each State, each affected metropolitan 
planning organization, and the Secretary shall jointly ensure 
compliance with this section.''.
    (c) Conforming Amendment.--The analysis for such chapter is amended 
by inserting after the item relating to section 149 the following:

``150. Deployment of intelligent transportation systems.''.

SEC. 1206. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW OF ACTIVITIES THAT SUPPORT DEPLOYMENT 
              OF INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS.

    (a) Categorical Exclusions.--Not later than one year after the date 
of enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall initiate a rulemaking 
process to establish, to the extent appropriate, categorical exclusions 
for activities that support the deployment of intelligent 
transportation infrastructure and systems from the requirement that an 
environmental assessment or an environmental impact statement be 
prepared under section 102 of the National Environmental Policy Act of 
1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.) (42 U.S.C. 4332) in compliance with the 
standards for categorical exclusions established by that Act.
    (b) Nationwide Programmatic Agreement.--
            (1) Development.--The Secretary shall develop a nationwide 
        programmatic agreement governing the review of activities that 
        support the deployment of intelligent transportation 
        infrastructure and systems in accordance with section 106 of 
        the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470f) and the 
        regulations of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.
            (2) Consultation.--The Secretary shall develop the 
        agreement under paragraph (1) in consultation with the National 
        Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers and the 
        Advisory Council on Historic Preservation established under 
        title II of the National Historic Preservation Act (26 U.S.C. 
        470i et seq.) and after soliciting the views of other 
        interested parties.
    (c) Intelligent Transportation Infrastructure and Systems 
Defined.--In this section, the term ``intelligent transportation 
infrastructure and systems'' means intelligent transportation 
infrastructure and intelligent transportation systems, as such terms 
are defined in section 5607.

SEC. 1207. STATE ASSUMPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES FOR CERTAIN PROGRAMS 
              AND PROJECTS.

    (a) In General.--Subchapter I of chapter 1 of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
``Sec. 167. State assumption of responsibilities for certain programs 
              and projects
    ``(a) Assumption of Secretary's Responsibilities Under Applicable 
Federal Laws.--
            ``(1) Pilot program.--
                    ``(A) Establishment.--The Secretary may establish a 
                pilot program under which States may assume the 
                responsibilities of the Secretary under any Federal 
                laws subject to the requirements of this section.
                    ``(B) First 3 fiscal years.--In the first 3 fiscal 
                years following the date of enactment of this section, 
                the Secretary may allow up to 5 States to participate 
                in the pilot program.
            ``(2) Scope of program.--Under the pilot program, the 
        Secretary may assign, and a State may assume, any of the 
        Secretary's responsibilities (other than responsibilities 
        relating to federally recognized Indian tribes) for 
        environmental reviews, consultation, or decisionmaking or other 
        actions required under any Federal law as such requirements 
        apply to the following projects:
                    ``(A) Projects funded under section 104(h).
                    ``(B) Transportation enhancement activities under 
                section 133, as such term is defined in section 
                101(a)(35).
                    ``(C) Projects as defined in section 101(a)(39) and 
                section 5607 of the Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy 
                for Users.
    ``(b) Agreements.--
            ``(1) In general.--The Secretary shall enter into a 
        memorandum of understanding with a State participating in the 
        pilot program setting forth the responsibilities to be assigned 
        under subsection (a)(2) and the terms and conditions under 
        which the assignment is being made.
            ``(2) Certification.--Before the Secretary enters into a 
        memorandum of understanding with a State under paragraph (1), 
        the State shall certify that the State has in effect laws 
        (including regulations) applicable to projects carried out and 
        funded under this title and chapter 53 of title 49 that 
        authorize the State to carry out the responsibilities being 
        assumed.
            ``(3) Maximum duration.--A memorandum of understanding with 
        a State under this section shall be established for an initial 
        period of no more than 3 years and may be renewed by mutual 
        agreement on a periodic basis for periods of not more than 3 
        years.
            ``(4) Compliance.--
                    ``(A) In general.--After entering into a memorandum 
                of understanding under paragraph (1), the Secretary 
                shall review and determine compliance by the State with 
                the memorandum of understanding.
                    ``(B) Renewals.--The Secretary shall take into 
                account the performance of a State under the pilot 
                program when considering renewal of a memorandum of 
                understanding with the State under the program.
    ``(c) Selection of States for Pilot Program.--
            ``(1) Application.--To be eligible to participate in the 
        pilot program, a State shall submit to the Secretary an 
        application that contains such information as the Secretary may 
        require. At a minimum, an application shall include--
                    ``(A) a description of the projects or classes of 
                projects for which the State seeks to assume 
                responsibilities under subsection (a)(2); and
                    ``(B) a certification that the State has the 
                capability to assume such responsibilities.
            ``(2) Public notice.--Before entering into a memorandum of 
        understanding allowing a State to participate in the pilot 
        program, the Secretary shall--
                    ``(A) publish notice in the Federal Register of the 
                Secretary's intent to allow the State to participate in 
                the program, including a copy of the State's 
                application to the Secretary and the terms of the 
                proposed agreement with the State; and
                    ``(B) provide an opportunity for public comment.
            ``(3) Selection criteria.--The Secretary may approve the 
        application of a State to assume responsibilities under the 
        program only if--
                    ``(A) the requirements under paragraph (2) have 
                been met; and
                    ``(B) the Secretary determines that the State has 
                the capability to assume the responsibilities.
            ``(4) Other federal agency views.--Before assigning to a 
        State a responsibility of the Secretary that requires the 
        Secretary to consult with another Federal agency, the Secretary 
        shall solicit the views of the Federal agency.
    ``(d) State Defined.--With respect to the recreational trails 
program, the term `State' means the State agency designated by the 
Governor of the State in accordance with section 206(c)(1).
    ``(e) Preservation of Public Interest Consideration.--Nothing in 
this section shall be construed to limit the requirements under any 
applicable law providing for the consideration and preservation of the 
public interest, including public participation and community values in 
transportation decisionmaking.''.
    (b) Conforming Amendment.--The analysis for subchapter I of chapter 
1 of such title is amended by adding at the end the following:

``167. State assumption of responsibilities for certain programs and 
                            projects.''.

SEC. 1208. HOV FACILITIES.

    (a) In General.--Subchapter I of chapter 1 of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
``Sec. 168. HOV facilities
    ``(a) In General.--
            ``(1) Authority of state agencies.--A State agency that has 
        jurisdiction over the operation of a HOV facility shall 
        establish the occupancy requirements of vehicles operating on 
        the facility.
            ``(2) Occupancy requirement.--Except as otherwise provided 
        by this section, no fewer than 2 occupants per vehicle may be 
        required for use of a HOV facility.
    ``(b) Exceptions.--Notwithstanding the occupancy requirements of 
subsection (a)(2), the following exceptions shall apply with respect to 
a State agency operating a HOV facility:
            ``(1) Motorcycles and bicycles.--
                    ``(A) In general.--Subject to subparagraph (B), the 
                State agency shall allow motorcycles and bicycles to 
                use the HOV facility.
                    ``(B) Safety exception.--A State agency may 
                restrict use of the HOV facility by motorcycles or 
                bicycles (or both) if the agency certifies to the 
                Secretary that such use would create a safety hazard 
                and the Secretary accepts the certification. The 
                Secretary may accept a certification under this 
                subparagraph only after the Secretary publishes notice 
                of the certification in the Federal Register and 
                provides an opportunity for public comment.
            ``(2) Public transportation vehicles.--The State agency may 
        allow public transportation vehicles to use the HOV facility if 
        the agency--
                    ``(A) establishes requirements for clearly 
                identifying the vehicles; and
                    ``(B) establishes procedures for enforcing the 
                restrictions on the use of the facility by such 
                vehicles.
            ``(3) High occupancy toll vehicles.--The State agency may 
        allow vehicles not otherwise exempt pursuant to this subsection 
        to use the HOV facility if the operators of such vehicles pay a 
        toll charged by the agency for use of the facility and the 
        agency--
                    ``(A) establishes a program that addresses how 
                motorists can enroll and participate in the toll 
                program;
                    ``(B) develops, manages, and maintains a system 
                that will automatically collect the toll; and
                    ``(C) establishes policies and procedures to--
                            ``(i) manage the demand to use the facility 
                        by varying the toll amount that is charged; and
                            ``(ii) enforce violations of use of the 
                        facility.
            ``(4) Low emission and energy-efficient vehicles.--
                    ``(A) Inherently low-emission vehicle.--Before 
                September 30, 2009, the State agency may allow vehicles 
                that are certified as inherently low-emission vehicles 
                pursuant to section 88.311-93 of title 40, Code of 
                Federal Regulations, and are labeled in accordance with 
                section 88.312-93 of such title, to use the HOV 
                facility if the agency establishes procedures for 
                enforcing the restrictions on the use of the facility 
                by such vehicles.
                    ``(B) Other low emission and energy-efficient 
                vehicles.--Before September 30, 2009, the State agency 
                may allow vehicles certified as low emission and 
                energy-efficient vehicles under subsection (e), and 
                labeled in accordance with subsection (e), to use the 
                HOV facility if the operators of such vehicles pay a 
                toll charged by the agency for use of the facility and 
                the agency--
                            ``(i) establishes a program that addresses 
                        the selection of vehicles under this paragraph; 
                        and
                            ``(ii) establishes procedures for enforcing 
                        the restrictions on the use of the facility by 
                        such vehicles.
                    ``(C) Amount of tolls.--Under subparagraph (B), a 
                State agency may charge no toll or a toll that is less 
                than tolls charged under paragraph (3).
    ``(c) Requirements Applicable to Tolls.--
            ``(1) In general.--Tolls may be charged under subsections 
        (b)(3) and (b)(4) notwithstanding section 301 and, except as 
        provided in paragraphs (2) and (3), subject to the requirements 
        of section 129.
            ``(2) HOV facilities on the interstate system.--
        Notwithstanding section 129, tolls may be charged under 
        subsections (b)(3) and (b)(4) on a HOV facility on the 
        Interstate System.
            ``(3) Excess toll revenues.--If a State agency makes a 
        certification under the last sentence of section 129(a)(3) with 
        respect to toll revenues collected under subsections (b)(3) and 
        (b)(4), the State, in the use of tolls revenues under that 
        sentence, shall give priority consideration to projects for 
        developing alternatives to single occupancy vehicle travel and 
        projects for improving highway safety.
    ``(d) HOV Facility Management, Operation, Monitoring, and 
Enforcement.--
            ``(1) In general.--A State agency that allows vehicles to 
        use a HOV facility under subsection (b)(3) or (b)(4) in a 
        fiscal year shall certify to the Secretary that the agency will 
        carry out the following responsibilities with respect to the 
        facility in the fiscal year:
                    ``(A) Establishing, managing, and supporting a 
                performance monitoring, evaluation, and reporting 
                program for the facility that provides for continuous 
                monitoring, assessment, and reporting on the impacts 
                that such vehicles may have on the operation of the 
                facility and adjacent highways.
                    ``(B) Establishing, managing, and supporting an 
                enforcement program that ensures that the facility is 
                being operated in accordance with the requirements of 
                this section.
                    ``(C) Limiting or discontinuing the use of the 
                facility by such vehicles if the presence of such 
                vehicles has degraded the operation of the facility.
            ``(2) Degraded facility.--
                    ``(A) In general.--For purposes of paragraph (1), 
                the operation of a HOV facility shall be considered to 
                be degraded if vehicles operating on the facility are 
                failing to maintain a minimum average operating speed 
                90 percent of the time over a consecutive 6-month 
                period during morning or evening weekday peak hour 
                periods (or both).
                    ``(B) Minimum average operating speed defined.--In 
                subparagraph (A), the term `minimum average operating 
                speed' means--
                            ``(i) 45 miles per hour, in the case of a 
                        HOV facility with a speed limit of 50 miles per 
                        hour or greater; and
                            ``(ii) not more than 10 miles per hour 
                        below the speed limit, in the case of a HOV 
                        facility with a speed limit of less than 50 
                        miles per hour.
    ``(e) Certification of Low Emission and Energy-Efficient 
Vehicles.--Not later than 6 months after the date of enactment of this 
section, the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency shall 
issue a final rule establishing requirements for certification of 
vehicles as low emission and energy-efficient vehicles for purposes of 
this section and requirements for the labeling of such vehicles.
    ``(f) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions 
apply:
            ``(1) Alternative fuel vehicle.--The term `alternative fuel 
        vehicle' means a vehicle that operates on--
                    ``(A) methanol, denatured ethanol, or other 
                alcohols;
                    ``(B) a mixture containing at least 85 percent of 
                methanol, denatured ethanol, and other alcohols by 
                volume with gasoline or other fuels;
                    ``(C) natural gas;
                    ``(D) liquefied petroleum gas;
                    ``(E) hydrogen;
                    ``(F) coal derived liquid fuels;
                    ``(G) fuels (except alcohol) derived from 
                biological materials;
                    ``(H) electricity (including electricity from solar 
                energy); or
                    ``(I) any other fuel that the Secretary prescribes 
                by regulation that is not substantially petroleum and 
                that would yield substantial energy security and 
                environmental benefits.
            ``(2) HOV facility.--The term `HOV facility' means a high 
        occupancy vehicle facility.
            ``(3) Low emission and energy efficient vehicle.--The term 
        `low emission and energy-efficient vehicle' means a vehicle 
        that--
                    ``(A) has been certified by the Administrator of 
                the Environmental Protection Agency as meeting the Tier 
                II emission level established in regulations prescribed 
                by the Administrator under section 202(i) of the Clean 
                Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7521(i)) for that make and model 
                year vehicle; and
                    ``(B)(i) has been certified by the Administrator to 
                have a 45-mile-per-gallon or greater fuel economy 
                highway rating; or
                    ``(ii) is an alternative fuel vehicle.
            ``(4) Public transportation vehicle.--The term `public 
        transportation vehicle' means a vehicle that provides public 
        transportation (as defined in section 5302(a) of title 49).
            ``(5) State agency.--The term `State agency', as used with 
        respect to a HOV facility, means an agency of a State or local 
        government having jurisdiction over the operation of the 
        facility and includes a State transportation department.''.
    (b) Conforming Amendments.--
            (1) Program efficiencies.--Section 102 of title 23, United 
        States Code, is amended by striking subsection (a) and 
        redesignating subsections (b) and (c) as subsections (a) and 
        (b), respectively.
            (2) Chapter analysis.--The analysis for subchapter I of 
        chapter 1 of such title is amended by adding at the end the 
        following:

``168. HOV facilities.''.
    (c) Technical Amendment.--Section 102(b) of title 23, United States 
Code, as redesignated by subsection (b)(1) of this section, is amended 
by striking ``10 years'' and all that follows through ``after'' and 
inserting ``10 years (or such longer period as the State requests and 
the Secretary determines to be reasonable) after''.
    (d) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that the 
Secretary and the States should provide additional incentives 
(including the use of high occupancy vehicle lanes on State and 
Interstate highways) for the purchase and use of hybrid and other fuel 
efficient vehicles, which have been proven to minimize air emissions 
and decrease consumption of fossil fuels.

SEC. 1209. CONGESTION PRICING PILOT PROGRAM.

    (a) Establishment.--Section 1012(b)(1) of the Intermodal Surface 
Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (23 U.S.C. 149 note; 105 Stat. 
1938) is amended to read as follows:
            ``(1) Establishment.--
                    ``(A) In general.--The Secretary may enter into 
                cooperative agreements with State and local governments 
                to carry out not more than 25 congestion pricing pilot 
                projects.
                    ``(B) Previously approved projects.--Projects 
                carried out under paragraph (1) shall include each 
                project approved under this subsection before the date 
                of enactment of the Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy 
                for Users and under which highway tolls are being 
                collected as of such date of enactment.''.
    (b) Set-Aside for Projects not Involving Highway Tolls.--At the end 
of section 1012(b)(8) of such Act add the following:
                    ``(D) Set-aside for projects not involving highway 
                tolls.--Of the amounts made available to carry out this 
                subsection, $3,000,000 per fiscal year shall be 
                available only for congestion pricing pilot projects 
                that do not involve highway tolls.''.
    (c) Conforming Amendments.--Section 1012(b) of such Act is 
amended--
            (1) in the subsection heading by striking ``Value Pricing'' 
        and inserting ``Congestion Pricing'';
            (2) in paragraph (2)--
                    (A) by striking ``(2) Notwithstanding'' and 
                inserting the following:
            ``(2) Federal share; eligible costs.--Notwithstanding'';
                    (B) in the first sentence by striking ``programs'' 
                and inserting ``projects''; and
                    (C) in the second sentence by striking ``program'' 
                and inserting ``project'';
            (3) in paragraph (3) by striking ``(3) Revenues'' and 
        inserting the following:
            ``(3) Use of revenues.--Revenues'';
            (4) in paragraph (4)--
                    (A) by striking ``(4) Notwithstanding'' and 
                inserting the following:
            ``(4) Use of tolls on interstate system.--
        Notwithstanding'';
                    (B) by striking ``value pricing pilot program'' and 
                inserting ``congestion pricing pilot project'';
            (5) in paragraph (5)--
                    (A) by striking ``(5) The Secretary'' and inserting 
                the following:
            ``(5) Monitoring.--The Secretary''; and
                    (B) by striking ``programs'' the first and second 
                place it appears and inserting ``projects''; and
            (6) in paragraph (6) by striking ``value pricing pilot 
        program'' and inserting ``congestion pricing pilot project''.

SEC. 1210. CONGESTION MITIGATION AND AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 
              ELIGIBILITY.

    Section 149(b)(5) of title 23, United States Code, is amended by 
inserting ``improve transportation systems management and operations,'' 
after ``intersections,''.

SEC. 1211. SPECIAL RULES FOR STATE ASSUMPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES.

    (a) Limitations.--Section 167(a) of title 23, United States Code, 
as added by section 1207(a) of this Act, is amended by adding at the 
end the following:
            ``(3) Limitations.--
                    ``(A) Procedural and substantive requirements.--A 
                State that assumes the responsibilities of the 
                Secretary under this section shall be subject to the 
                same procedural and substantive requirements as would 
                apply if the responsibilities were carried out by the 
                Secretary. When a State assumes responsibilities for 
                carrying out a Federal law under this section, the 
                State assents to Federal jurisdiction and shall be 
                solely responsible and solely liable for complying with 
                and carrying out that law instead of the Secretary.
                    ``(B) Assumption of responsibilities.--Any 
                responsibility of the Secretary not assumed by the 
                State in a memorandum of understanding shall remain a 
                responsibility of the Secretary.
                    ``(C) Powers of other agencies.--Nothing in this 
                section preempts or limits any power, jurisdiction, 
                responsibility, or authority of an agency, other than 
                the Department of Transportation, with respect to a 
                project.''.
    (b) Acceptance of Federal Courts Jurisdiction; Termination of 
Agreements.--Section 167(b) of title 23, United States Code, as added 
by section 1207(a) of this Act, is amended by adding at the end the 
following:
            ``(5) Acceptance of federal courts jurisdiction.--A 
        memorandum of understanding with a State under this section 
        shall include a provision under which the State consents to 
        accept the jurisdiction of the Federal courts for the 
        compliance, discharge, and enforcement of any responsibility of 
        the Secretary that the State may assume under the memorandum.
            ``(6) Termination of agreements.--A memorandum of 
        understanding with a State under this section shall include a 
        provision authorizing the Secretary to terminate the agreement 
        if the Secretary, after providing an opportunity for a hearing, 
        issues a finding that the State is not in compliance with the 
        terms of the agreement.''.
    (c) State Subject to Federal Laws.--Section 167 of title 23, United 
States Code, as added by section 1207(a) of this Act, is further 
amended by adding at the end the following:
    ``(f) State Subject to Federal Laws.--For purposes of assuming 
responsibilities of the Secretary under this section, a State agency 
entering into a memorandum of understanding under subsection (b) is 
deemed to be a Federal agency to the extent the State is carrying out 
the Secretary's responsibilities under the National Environmental 
Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321 et seq.), this title, and any other 
provision of Federal law.''.

SEC. 1212. OPENING OF INTERSTATE RAMPS.

    (a) In General.--Not later 30 days after the date of enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary shall open the ramp connecting Interstate Route 
495 and Arena Drive in Prince George's County, Maryland, for the 
purpose of allowing motor vehicles to exit Interstate Route 495 in both 
northern and southern directions onto Arena Drive. Such ramp shall be 
open for 24 hours a day, every day during the calendar year.
    (b) Fully Opening Arena Drive Ramp.--
            (1) Study.--The Secretary shall conduct a study to 
        determine the most appropriate method for opening the ramps for 
        allowing motor vehicles to enter Interstate Route 495 from 
        Arena Drive.
            (2) Report.--Not later than 1 year after the date of 
        enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress 
        a report on the results of the study.
    (c) Limitation on Statutory Construction.--Nothing in the section 
shall be construed as altering current traffic management protocols to 
the Arena Drive ramps during stadium events.

                  Subtitle C--Mobility and Efficiency

SEC. 1301. NATIONAL CORRIDOR INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall establish and implement a 
program to make allocations to States for highway construction projects 
in corridors of national significance to promote economic growth and 
international or interregional trade pursuant to the selection factors 
provided in this section. A State must submit an application to the 
Secretary in order to receive an allocation under this section.
    (b) Selection Process.--
            (1) Priority.--In the selection process under this section, 
        the Secretary shall give priority to projects in corridors that 
        are a part of, or will be designated as part of, the Dwight D. 
        Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways 
        after completion of the work described in the application 
        received by the Secretary and to any project that will be 
        completed within 5 years of the date of the allocation of funds 
        for the project.
            (2) Selection factors.--In making allocations under this 
        section, the Secretary shall consider the following factors:
                    (A) The extent to which the corridor provides a 
                link between 2 existing segments of the Interstate 
                System.
                    (B) The extent to which the project will facilitate 
                major multistate or regional mobility and economic 
                growth and development in areas underserved by existing 
                highway infrastructure.
                    (C) The extent to which commercial vehicle traffic 
                in the corridor--
                            (i) has increased since the date of 
                        enactment of the North American Free Trade 
                        Agreement Implementation Act (16 U.S.C. 4401 et 
                        seq.); and
                            (ii) is projected to increase in the 
                        future.
                    (D) The extent to which international truck-borne 
                commodities move through the corridor.
                    (E) The extent to which the project will make 
                improvements to an existing segment of the Interstate 
                System that will result in a decrease in congestion.
                    (F) The reduction in commercial and other travel 
                time through a major freight corridor expected as a 
                result of the project.
                    (G) The value of the cargo carried by commercial 
                vehicle traffic in the corridor and the economic costs 
                arising from congestion in the corridor.
                    (H) The extent of leveraging of Federal funds 
                provided to carry out this section, including--
                            (i) use of innovative financing;
                            (ii) combination with funding provided 
                        under other sections of this Act and title 23, 
                        United States Code; and
                            (iii) combination with other sources of 
                        Federal, State, local, or private funding.
    (c) Period of Availability.--Funds allocated for a project to a 
State under this section shall remain available for obligation in that 
State until 6 months from the day on which they are allocated. Sums not 
obligated within 6 months of the day on which they are allocated shall 
be available to the Secretary to be allocated for other projects 
eligible under this section.
    (d) Federal Share.--The Federal share of the cost of a project 
under this section shall be determined in accordance with section 
120(b) of title 23, United States Code.
    (e) Applicability of Title 23.--Except as provided in subsections 
(c) and (d), funds made available by section 1101(a)(10) of this Act to 
carry out this section shall be available for obligation in the same 
manner as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, 
United States Code.
    (f) State Defined.--In this section, the term ``State'' has the 
meaning such term has under section 101 of title 23, United States 
Code.

SEC. 1302. COORDINATED BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM.

    (a) General Authority.--The Secretary shall implement a coordinated 
border infrastructure program under which the Secretary shall 
distribute funds to border States to improve the safe movement of motor 
vehicles at or across the border between the United States and Canada 
and the border between the United States and Mexico.
    (b) Eligible Uses.--A State may use funds apportioned under this 
section only for--
            (1) improvements in a border region to existing 
        transportation and supporting infrastructure that facilitate 
        cross-border motor vehicle and cargo movements;
            (2) construction of highways and related safety and safety 
        enforcement facilities in a border region that facilitate motor 
        vehicle and cargo movements related to international trade;
            (3) operational improvements in a border region, including 
        improvements relating to electronic data interchange and use of 
        telecommunications, to expedite cross border motor vehicle and 
        cargo movement;
            (4) modifications to regulatory procedures to expedite safe 
        and efficient cross border motor vehicle and cargo movements; 
        and
            (5) international coordination of transportation planning, 
        programming, and border operation with Canada and Mexico 
        relating to expediting cross border motor vehicle and cargo 
        movements.
    (c) Apportionment of Funds.--On October 1 of each fiscal year, the 
Secretary shall apportion among border States sums authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section for such fiscal year as follows:
            (1) 20 percent in the ratio that--
                    (A) the total number of incoming commercial trucks 
                that pass through the land border ports of entry within 
                the boundaries of a border State, as determined by the 
                Secretary; bears to
                    (B) the total number of incoming commercial trucks 
                that pass through such ports of entry within the 
                boundaries of all the border States, as determined by 
                the Secretary.
            (2) 30 percent in the ratio that--
                    (A) the total number of incoming personal motor 
                vehicles and incoming buses that pass through land 
                border ports of entry within the boundaries of a border 
                State, as determined by the Secretary; bears to
                    (B) the total number of incoming personal motor 
                vehicles and incoming buses that pass through such 
                ports of entry within the boundaries of all the border 
                States, as determined by the Secretary.
            (3) 25 percent in the ratio that--
                    (A) the total weight of incoming cargo by 
                commercial trucks that pass through land border ports 
                of entry within the boundaries of a border State, as 
                determined by the Secretary; bears to
                    (B) the total weight of incoming cargo by 
                commercial trucks that pass through such ports of entry 
                within the boundaries of all the border States, as 
                determined by the Secretary.
            (4) 25 percent of the ratio that--
                    (A) the total number of land border ports of entry 
                within the boundaries of a border State, as determined 
                by the Secretary; bears to
                    (B) the total number of land border ports of entry 
                within the boundaries of all the border States, as 
                determined by the Secretary.
    (d) Applicability of Title 23.--Funds made available to carry out 
this section shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if 
such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States 
Code; except that such funds shall not be transferable and shall remain 
available until expended and the Federal share of the cost of a project 
under this section shall be 80 percent.
    (e) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions apply:
            (1) Border region.--The term ``border region'' means any 
        portion of a border State within 20 miles of an international 
        land border with Canada or Mexico.
            (2) Border state.--The term ``border State'' means any 
        State that has an international land border with Canada or 
        Mexico.
            (3) Commercial truck.--The term ``commercial truck'' means 
        a commercial motor vehicle as defined in section 31301(4) 
        (other than subparagraph (B)) of title 49, United States Code.
            (4) Motor vehicle.--The term ``motor vehicle'' has the 
        meaning such term has under section 101(a) of title 23, United 
        States Code.
            (5) State.--The term ``State'' has the meaning such term 
        has in section 101(a) of such title 23.

SEC. 1303. FREIGHT INTERMODAL CONNECTORS.

    (a) In General.--
            (1) Establishment.--The Secretary shall establish a freight 
        intermodal connector program to improve productivity and 
        improve the efficiency of the transportation of freight, while 
        mitigating congestion in the area of freight intermodal 
        connectors.
            (2) Purposes.--The purposes of the program shall be--
                    (A) to facilitate and support intermodal freight 
                transportation initiatives at the State and local 
                levels in order to improve freight intermodal 
                connectors and mitigate the impact of congestion in the 
                area of such connectors; and
                    (B) to provide capital funding to address 
                infrastructure and freight operational needs at freight 
                intermodal connectors.
    (b) State Responsibilities.--Under the program, each State shall 
ensure that intermodal freight transportation and trade facilitation 
and are adequately addressed integrated into the project development 
process, including transportation planning, through final design and 
construction of freight related transportation projects.
    (c) Eligible Projects.--
            (1) In general.--Projects eligible for funding under this 
        section may include the construction of and improvements to 
        publicly owned freight intermodal connectors, the provision of 
        access to such connectors, and operational improvements for 
        such connectors (including capital investment for intelligent 
        transportation systems); except that a project located within 
        the boundaries of an intermodal freight facility shall only 
        include highway infrastructure modifications necessary to 
        facilitate direct intermodal access between the connector and 
        the facility.
            (2) Special rule.--If a State that does not have any 
        freight intermodal connectors within its boundaries or has only 
        freight intermodal connectors within its boundaries that are in 
        good condition and provide an adequate level of service, 
        projects within the boundaries of the State that are eligible 
        for assistance under section 103(b)(6) of title 23, United 
        States Code, relating to the National Highway System, shall be 
        eligible for funding under this section.
    (d) Priority.--Under the program, a State shall give priority to 
projects on freight intermodal connectors to the National Highway 
System as identified according to the criteria set forth in the report 
of the Department of Transportation to Congress entitled ``Pulling 
Together: The NHS and its Connections to Major Intermodal Terminals''.
    (e) Apportionment.--On October 1 of each fiscal year after the 
deductions under subsection (i), the Secretary shall apportion among 
the States sums made available to carry out this section for such 
fiscal year as follows:
            (1) 33.3 percent in the ratio that--
                    (A) the number of freight intermodal connectors 
                identified in the most recent Intermodal Freight 
                Connectors study of the Federal Highway Administration 
                within the boundaries of a State; bears to
                    (B) the total number of such connectors within the 
                boundaries of all the States.
            (2) 33.3 percent in the ratio that--
                    (A) the total of each State's annual contributions 
                to the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit 
                Account) attributable to commercial motor vehicles; 
                bears to
                    (B) the total of such annual contributions by all 
                States.
            (3) 33.4 percent in the same ratios as funds are 
        apportioned for the National Highway System under clauses (i), 
        (ii), (iii), and (iv) of section 104(b)(1)(A) of title 23, 
        United States Code.
    (f) Applicability of Title 23.--Funds made available to carry out 
this section shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if 
such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States 
Code; except that such funds shall not be transferable and shall remain 
available until expended and the Federal share of the cost of a project 
under this section shall be 80 percent.
    (g) Update Report.--Not later than August 1, 2005, the Secretary 
shall publish an update to the report entitled ``Pulling Together: the 
National Highway System and its Connections to Major Intermodal 
Terminals''.
    (h) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions apply:
            (1) Freight intermodal connectors.--The term ``freight 
        intermodal connector'' means the roadway that connects to an 
        intermodal freight facility that carries or will carry 
        intermodal traffic.
            (2) Intermodal freight facility.--The term ``intermodal 
        freight facility'' means a port, airport, truck-rail terminal, 
        and pipeline-truck terminal.
            (3) State.--The term ``State'' has the meaning such term 
        has in section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code.
    (i) Deductions.--
            (1) Freight intermodal distribution pilot grant program.--
        Whenever an apportionment is made of the sums made available 
        for carrying out this section for a fiscal year, the Secretary 
        shall deduct $6,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2005 through 
        2009 for the freight intermodal distribution pilot grant 
        program under section 1307 of this Act.
            (2) Dedicated truck lanes.--Whenever an apportionment is 
        made of the sums made available for carrying out this section 
        for a fiscal year, the Secretary shall deduct for dedicated 
        truck lanes under section 1305 of this title $165,000,000 for 
        each of fiscal years 2005 through 2008 and $170,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2009.

SEC. 1304. PROJECTS OF NATIONAL AND REGIONAL SIGNIFICANCE.

    (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
            (1) Under current law, surface transportation programs rely 
        primarily on formula capital apportionments to States.
            (2) Despite the significant increase for surface 
        transportation program funding in the Transportation Equity Act 
        of the 21st Century, current levels of investment are 
        insufficient to fund critical high-cost transportation 
        infrastructure facilities that address critical national 
        economic and transportation needs.
            (3) Critical high-cost transportation infrastructure 
        facilities often include multiple levels of government, 
        agencies, modes of transportation, and transportation goals and 
        planning processes that are not easily addressed or funded 
        within existing surface transportation program categories.
            (4) Projects of national and regional significance have 
        national and regional benefits, including improving economic 
        productivity by facilitating international trade, relieving 
        congestion, and improving transportation safety by facilitating 
        passenger and freight movement.
            (5) The benefits of such projects described in paragraph 
        (4) accrue to local areas, States, and the Nation as a result 
        of the effect such projects have on the national transportation 
        system.
            (6) A program dedicated to constructing projects of 
        national and regional significance is necessary to improve the 
        safe, secure, and efficient movement of people and goods 
        throughout the United States and improve the health and welfare 
        of the national economy.
    (b) Establishment of Program.--The Secretary shall establish a 
program to provide grants to qualified entities for projects of 
national and regional significance.
    (c) Definitions.--
            (1) Eligible project costs.--The term ``eligible project 
        costs'' means the costs of--
                    (A) development phase activities, including 
                planning, feasibility analysis, revenue forecasting, 
                environmental review, preliminary engineering and 
                design work, and other preconstruction activities; and
                    (B) construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, 
                and acquisition of real property (including land 
                related to the project and improvements to land), 
                environmental mitigation, construction contingencies, 
                acquisition of equipment, and operational improvements.
            (2) Eligible project.--The term ``eligible project'' means 
        any surface transportation project eligible for Federal 
        assistance under title 23, United States Code, including 
        freight railroad projects and activities eligible under such 
        title.
            (3) Qualified entity.--The term ``qualified entity'' means 
        a State as defined in section 101(a) of title 23, United States 
        Code.
    (d) Eligibility.--To be eligible for assistance under this section, 
a project shall have eligible project costs that are reasonably 
anticipated to equal or exceed the lesser of--
            (1) $500,000,000; or
            (2) 75 percent of the amount of Federal highway assistance 
        funds apportioned for the most recently completed fiscal year 
        to the State in which the project is located.
    (e) Applications.--Each qualified entity seeking to receive a grant 
under this section for an eligible project shall submit to the 
Secretary an application in such form and in accordance with such 
requirements as the Secretary shall establish.
    (f) Competitive Grant Selection and Criteria for Grants.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall--
                    (A) establish criteria for selecting among projects 
                that meet the eligibility criteria specified in 
                subsection (d);
                    (B) conduct a national solicitation for 
                applications; and
                    (C) award grants on a competitive basis.
            (2) Criteria for grants.--The Secretary may approve a grant 
        under this section for a project only if the Secretary 
        determines that the project--
                    (A) is based on the results of preliminary 
                engineering;
                    (B) is justified based on the project's ability--
                            (i) to generate national economic benefits, 
                        including creating jobs, expanding business 
                        opportunities, and impacting the gross domestic 
                        product;
                            (ii) to reduce congestion, including 
                        impacts in the State, region, and Nation;
                            (iii) to improve transportation safety, 
                        including reducing transportation accidents, 
                        injuries, and fatalities;
                            (iv) to otherwise enhance the national 
                        transportation system; and
                            (v) to garner support for non-Federal 
                        financial commitments and provide evidence of 
                        stable and dependable financing sources to 
                        construct, maintain, and operate the 
                        infrastructure facility; and
                    (C) is supported by an acceptable degree of non-
                Federal financial commitments, including evidence of 
                stable and dependable financing sources to construct, 
                maintain, and operate the infrastructure facility.
            (3) Selection considerations.--In selecting a project under 
        this section, the Secretary shall consider the extent to which 
        the project--
                    (A) leverages Federal investment by encouraging 
                non-Federal contributions to the project, including 
                contributions from public-private partnerships;
                    (B) uses new technologies, including intelligent 
                transportation systems, that enhance the efficiency of 
                the project.
                    (C) helps maintain or protect the environment.
            (4) Preliminary engineering.--In evaluating a project under 
        paragraph (2)(A), the Secretary shall analyze and consider the 
        results of preliminary engineering for the project.
            (5) Non-federal financial commitment.--
                    (A) Evaluation of project.--In evaluating a project 
                under paragraph (2)(C), the Secretary shall require 
                that--
                            (i) the proposed project plan provides for 
                        the availability of contingency amounts that 
                        the Secretary determines to be reasonable to 
                        cover unanticipated cost increases; and
                            (ii) each proposed non-Federal source of 
                        capital and operating financing is stable, 
                        reliable, and available within the proposed 
                        project timetable.
                    (B) Considerations.--In assessing the stability, 
                reliability, and availability of proposed sources of 
                non-Federal financing under subparagraph (A), the 
                Secretary shall consider--
                            (i) existing financial commitments;
                            (ii) the degree to which financing sources 
                        are dedicated to the purposes proposed;
                            (iii) any debt obligation that exists or is 
                        proposed by the recipient for the proposed 
                        project; and
                            (iv) the extent to which the project has a 
                        non-Federal financial commitment that exceeds 
                        the required non-Federal share of the cost of 
                        the project.
            (6) Regulations.--Not later than 120 days after the date of 
        enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall issue regulations on 
        the manner in which the Secretary will evaluate and rate the 
        projects based on the results of preliminary engineering, 
        project justification, and the degree of non-Federal financial 
        commitment, as required under this subsection.
            (7) Project evaluation and rating.--A proposed project may 
        advance from preliminary engineering to final design and 
        construction only if the Secretary finds that the project meets 
        the requirements of this subsection and there is a reasonable 
        likelihood that the project will continue to meet such 
        requirements. In making such findings, the Secretary shall 
        evaluate and rate the project as ``highly recommended'', 
        ``recommended'', or ``not recommended'' based on the results of 
        preliminary engineering, the project justification criteria, 
        and the degree of non-Federal financial commitment, as required 
        under this subsection. In rating the projects, the Secretary 
        shall provide, in addition to the overall project rating, 
        individual ratings for each of the criteria established under 
        the regulations issued under paragraph (6).
    (g) Letters of Intent and Full Funding Grant Agreements.--
            (1) Letter of intent.--
                    (A) In general.--The Secretary may issue a letter 
                of intent to an applicant announcing an intention to 
                obligate, for a project under this section, an amount 
                from future available budget authority specified in law 
                that is not more than the amount stipulated as the 
                financial participation of the Secretary in the 
                project.
                    (B) Notification.--At least 60 days before issuing 
                a letter under subparagraph (A) or entering into a full 
                funding grant agreement, the Secretary shall notify in 
                writing the Committee on Transportation and 
                Infrastructure of the House of Representatives and the 
                Committee on Environment and Public Works of the Senate 
                of the proposed letter or agreement. The Secretary 
                shall include with the notification a copy of the 
                proposed letter or agreement as well as the evaluations 
                and ratings for the project.
                    (C) Not an obligation.--The issuance of a letter is 
                deemed not to be an obligation under sections 1108(c) 
                and (d), 1501, and 1502(a) of title 31, United States 
                Code, or an administrative commitment.
                    (D) Obligation or commitment.--An obligation or 
                administrative commitment may be made only when 
                contract authority is allocated to a project.
            (2) Full funding grant agreement.--
                    (A) In general.--A project financed under this 
                subsection shall be carried out through a full funding 
                grant agreement. The Secretary shall enter into a full 
                funding grant agreement based on the evaluations and 
                ratings required under subsection (f)(7).
                    (B) Terms.--If the Secretary makes a full funding 
                grant agreement with an applicant, the agreement 
                shall--
                            (i) establish the terms of participation by 
                        the United States Government in a project under 
                        this section;
                            (ii) establish the maximum amount of 
                        Government financial assistance for the 
                        project;
                            (iii) cover the period of time for 
                        completing the project, including a period 
                        extending beyond the period of an 
                        authorization; and
                            (iv) make timely and efficient management 
                        of the project easier according to the laws of 
                        the United States.
                    (C) Agreement.--An agreement under this paragraph 
                obligates an amount of available budget authority 
                specified in law and may include a commitment, 
                contingent on amounts to be specified in law in advance 
                for commitments under this paragraph, to obligate an 
                additional amount from future available budget 
                authority specified in law. The agreement shall state 
                that the contingent commitment is not an obligation of 
                the Government. Interest and other financing costs of 
                efficiently carrying out a part of the project within a 
                reasonable time are a cost of carrying out the project 
                under a full funding grant agreement, except that 
                eligible costs may not be more than the cost of the 
                most favorable financing terms reasonably available for 
                the project at the time of borrowing. The applicant 
                shall certify, in a way satisfactory to the Secretary, 
                that the applicant has shown reasonable diligence in 
                seeking the most favorable financing terms.
            (3) Amounts.--The total estimated amount of future 
        obligations of the Government and contingent commitments to 
        incur obligations covered by all outstanding letters of intent 
        and full funding grant agreements may be not more than the 
        greater of the amount authorized to carry out this section or 
        an amount equivalent to the last 2 fiscal years of funding 
        authorized to carry out this section less an amount the 
        Secretary reasonably estimates is necessary for grants under 
        this section not covered by a letter. The total amount covered 
        by new letters and contingent commitments included in full 
        funding grant agreements may be not more than a limitation 
        specified in law.
    (h) Grant Requirements.--
            (1) In general.--A grant for a project under this section 
        shall be subject to all of the requirements of title 23, United 
        States Code, and chapter 52 of title 49, United States Code.
            (2) Other terms and conditions.--The Secretary shall 
        require that all grants under this section be subject to all 
        terms, conditions, and requirements that the Secretary decides 
        are necessary or appropriate for purposes of this section, 
        including requirements for the disposition of net increases in 
        value of real property resulting from the project assisted 
        under this section.
    (i) Government's Share of Project Cost.--Based on engineering 
studies, studies of economic feasibility, and information on the 
expected use of equipment or facilities, the Secretary shall estimate 
the cost of a project receiving assistance under this section. A grant 
for the project is for 80 percent of the project cost, unless the grant 
recipient requests a lower grant percentage. A refund or reduction of 
the remainder may be made only if a refund of a proportional amount of 
the grant of the Government is made at the same time.
    (j) Fiscal Capacity Considerations.--If the Secretary gives 
priority consideration to financing projects that include more than the 
non-Government share required under subsection (i) the Secretary shall 
give equal consideration to differences in the fiscal capacity of State 
and local governments.
    (k) Reports.--
            (1) Annual report.--Not later than the first Monday in 
        February of each year, the Secretary shall submit to the 
        Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of 
        Representatives and the Committee on Environment and Public 
        Works of the Senate a report that includes a proposal on the 
        allocation of amounts to be made available to finance grants 
        under this section.
            (2) Recommendations on funding.--The annual report under 
        this paragraph shall include evaluations and ratings, as 
        required under subsection (f). The report shall also include 
        recommendations of projects for funding based on the 
        evaluations and ratings and on existing commitments and 
        anticipated funding levels for the next 3 fiscal years and for 
        the next 10 fiscal years based on information currently 
        available to the Secretary.
    (l) Applicability of Title 23.--Funds made available to carry out 
this section shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if 
such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States 
Code; except that such funds shall not be transferable and shall remain 
available until expended and the Federal share of the cost of a project 
under this section shall be as provided in this section.

SEC. 1305. DEDICATED TRUCK LANES.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall establish and implement a 
pilot program to make allocations to States for the construction of 
projects that separate commercial truck traffic from other motor 
vehicle traffic. A State must submit an application to the Secretary in 
order to receive an allocation under this section.
    (b) Selection Process.--
            (1) Priority.--In the selection process under this section, 
        the Secretary shall give priority to projects that provide 
        additional capacity.
            (2) Selection factors.--In making allocations under this 
        section, the Secretary shall consider the following factors:
                    (A) The extent to which the project will improve 
                the safe and efficient movement of freight.
                    (B) The extent to which the project provides 
                positive separation of commercial trucks from other 
                motor vehicle traffic.
                    (C) The extent to which the project connects an 
                intermodal freight facility or an international port of 
                entry to the Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of 
                Interstate and Defense Highways by providing limited 
                access lanes that allow commercial truck traffic to 
                enter the Interstate System at the posted speed limit.
                    (D) The extent to which the project will remove 
                truck traffic from surface streets.
                    (E) The extent to which travel time is expected to 
                be reduced as a result of the proposed project.
                    (F) The extent of leveraging of Federal funds 
                provided to carry out this section, including--
                            (i) use of innovative financing;
                            (ii) combination with funding provided 
                        under other sections of this Act and title 23, 
                        United States Code; and
                            (iii) combination with other sources of 
                        Federal, State, local, or private funding.
    (c) Federal Share.--The Federal share of the cost of a project 
under this section shall be determined in accordance with section 
120(b) of title 23, United States Code.
    (d) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions apply:
            (1) Commercial truck.--The term ``commercial truck'' means 
        a self-propelled or towed vehicle used on highways in commerce 
        principally to transport cargo if the vehicle has a gross 
        vehicle weight rating or gross vehicle weight of at least 
        10,001 pounds, whichever is greater.
            (2) State.--The term ``State'' has the meaning such term 
        has under section 101 of title 23, United States Code.

SEC. 1306. TRUCK PARKING FACILITIES.

    (a) Establishment.--In cooperation with appropriate State, 
regional, and local governments, the Secretary shall establish a pilot 
program to address the shortage of long-term parking for commercial 
motor vehicles on the National Highway System.
    (b) Allocation of Funds.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall allocate funds made 
        available to carry out this section among States, metropolitan 
        planning organizations, and local governments.
            (2) Applications.--To be eligible for an allocation under 
        this section, a State, metropolitan planning organization, or 
        local government shall submit to the Secretary an application 
        at such time and containing such information as the Secretary 
        may require.
            (3) Eligible projects.--Funds allocated under this 
        subsection shall be used by the recipient for projects 
        described in an application approved by the Secretary. Such 
        projects shall serve the National Highway System and may 
        include the following:
                    (A) Constructing safety rest areas, as defined in 
                section 120(c) of title 23, United States Code, that 
                include parking for commercial motor vehicles.
                    (B) Constructing commercial motor vehicle parking 
                facilities adjacent to commercial truck stops and 
                travel plazas.
                    (C) Opening existing facilities to commercial motor 
                vehicle parking, including inspection and weigh 
                stations and park-and-ride facilities.
                    (D) Promoting the availability of publicly or 
                privately provided commercial motor vehicle parking on 
                the National Highway System using intelligent 
                transportation systems and other means.
                    (E) Constructing turnouts along the National 
                Highway System for commercial motor vehicles.
                    (F) Making capital improvements to public 
                commercial motor vehicle parking facilities currently 
                closed on a seasonal basis to allow the facilities to 
                remain open year-round.
                    (G) Improving the geometric design of interchanges 
                on the National Highway System to improve access to 
                commercial motor vehicle parking facilities.
            (4) Priority.--In allocating funds made available to carry 
        out this section, the Secretary shall give priority to 
        applicants that--
                    (A) demonstrate a severe shortage of commercial 
                motor vehicle parking capacity in the corridor to be 
                addressed;
                    (B) have consulted with affected State and local 
                governments, community groups, private providers of 
                commercial motor vehicle parking, and motorist and 
                trucking organizations; and
                    (C) demonstrate that their proposed projects are 
                likely to have positive effects on highway safety, 
                traffic congestion, or air quality.
    (c) Funding.--
            (1) In general.--There is authorized to be appropriated 
        from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit 
        Account) to carry out this section $5,000,000 for each of 
        fiscal years 2005 through 2009.
            (2) Contract authority.--Funds authorized under this 
        subsection shall be available for obligation in the same manner 
        as if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, 
        United States Code.
    (d) Report to Congress.--Not later than 5 years after the date of 
enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a 
report on the results of the pilot program.
    (e) Federal Share.--The Federal share of the cost of a project 
carried out using amounts made available under this section shall be 
determined in accordance with sections 120(b) and 120(c) of title 23, 
United States Code.
    (f) Applicability of Title 23.--Notwithstanding any other provision 
of law, projects funded under this section shall be treated as projects 
on a Federal-aid system under chapter 1 of title 23, United States 
Code.

SEC. 1307. FREIGHT INTERMODAL DISTRIBUTION PILOT GRANT PROGRAM.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall establish and implement a 
freight intermodal distribution pilot grant program.
    (b) Purposes.--The purposes of the program established under 
subsection (a) shall be--
            (1) to facilitate and support intermodal freight 
        transportation initiatives at the State and local levels to 
        relieve congestion and improve safety; and
            (2) to provide capital funding to address infrastructure 
        and freight distribution needs at inland ports and intermodal 
        freight facilities.
    (c) Selection Process.--
            (1) Applications.--A State shall submit an application to 
        the Secretary containing such information as the Secretary may 
        require to receive funding under this section.
            (2) Priority.--In selecting projects to be funded under the 
        pilot program, the Secretary shall give priority to projects 
        that will--
                    (A) reduce congestion into and out of international 
                ports located on the west coast of the United States;
                    (B) demonstrate ways to increase the likelihood 
                that freight container movements involve freight 
                containers carrying goods; and
                    (C) establish or expand intermodal facilities that 
                encourage the development of inland freight 
                distribution centers.
    (d) Eligible Projects.--Funds made available under this section 
shall be used by the recipient for projects described in an application 
approved by the Secretary. Such projects shall help relieve congestion, 
improve transportation safety, facilitate international trade, and 
encourage public-private partnership. Such projects may include 
developing and constructing intermodal freight distribution and 
transfer facilities at inland ports.
    (e) Treatment of Projects.--Notwithstanding any other provision of 
law, projects assisted under this section shall be treated as projects 
on a Federal-aid system under such chapter.

                       Subtitle D--Highway Safety

SEC. 1401. HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

    (a) Safety Improvement Project Defined.--Section 101(a)(30) of 
title 23, United States Code, is amended by inserting ``installs 
fluorescent, yellow-green signs at pedestrian or bicycle crossings or 
school zones,'' after ``call boxes,''.
    (b) Operation Lifesaver.--Section 104(d)(1) of such title is 
amended--
            (1) by striking ``subsection (b)(3) of this section'' and 
        inserting ``section 130(f)''; and
            (2) by striking ``$500,000'' and inserting ``$600,000''.
    (c) Railway-Highway Crossing Hazard Elimination in High Speed Rail 
Corridors.--
            (1) In general.--Section 104(d)(2) of such title is 
        amended--
                    (A) in subparagraph (A) by striking ``$5,250,000'' 
                and inserting ``$7,500,000 for each of fiscal years 
                2004 and 2005, $10,000,000 for each of fiscal years 
                2006 and 2007, and $15,000,000 for each of fiscal years 
                2008 and 2009''; and
                    (B) in subparagraph (E)--
                            (i) by striking ``Not less than $250,000 of 
                        such set-aside'' and inserting ``Of such set-
                        aside, not less than $875,000 for each of 
                        fiscal years 2004 and 2005, $1,500,000 for each 
                        of fiscal years 2006 and 2007, and $2,750,000 
                        for each of fiscal years 2008 and 2009''; and
                            (ii) by striking ``per fiscal year''.
            (2) Designation of corridors.--Of the rail corridors 
        selected by the Secretary in accordance with section 104(d)(2) 
        of title 23, United States Code--
                    (A) the Northern New England High Speed Rail 
                Corridor is expanded to include the train routes from 
                Boston, Massachusetts, to Albany, New York, and from 
                Springfield, Massachusetts, to New Haven, Connecticut; 
                and
                    (B) the South Central Corridor is expanded to 
                include the train route from Killeen, Texas, to 
                Houston, Texas, via Bryan-College Station.
    (d) Railway-Highway Crossings.--
            (1) Funds for protective devices.--Section 130(e) of such 
        title is amended--
                    (A) by striking ``At'' and inserting the following:
            ``(1) In general.--At''; and
                    (B) by adding at the end the following:
            ``(2) Special rule.--If a State demonstrates to the 
        satisfaction of the Secretary that the State has met all its 
        needs for installation of protective devices at railway-highway 
        crossings, the State may use funds made available by this 
        subsection for other purposes by this section.''.
            (2) Apportionment.--Section 130(f) of such title is amended 
        to read as follows:
    ``(f) Apportionment.--
            ``(1) Formula.--Fifty percent of the funds authorized to be 
        appropriated to carry out this section shall be apportioned to 
        the States in accordance with the formula set forth in section 
        104(b)(3)(A), and 50 percent of such funds shall be apportioned 
        to the States in the ratio that total public railway-highway 
        crossings in each State bears to the total of such crossings in 
        all States.
            ``(2) Minimum apportionment.--Notwithstanding paragraph 
        (1), each State shall receive a minimum of \1/2\ of 1 percent 
        of the funds apportioned under paragraph (1).
            ``(3) Federal share.--The Federal share payable on account 
        of any project financed with funds authorized to be 
        appropriated to carry out this section shall be 90 percent of 
        the cost thereof.''.
            (3) Biennial report to congress.--The third sentence of 
        section 130(g) of such title is amended by striking ``not later 
        than April 1 of each year,'' and inserting ``, not later than 
        April 1, 2006, and every 2 years thereafter,''.
            (4) Expenditure of funds.--Section 130 of such title is 
        further amended by adding at the end the following:
    ``(k) Expenditure of Funds.--Not more than 2 percent of funds 
apportioned to a State to carry out this section may be used by the 
State for compilation and analysis of data in support of activities 
carried out under subsection (g).''.
    (e) Surface Transportation Program.--
            (1) In general.--Section 133(d) of such title is amended--
                    (A) by striking paragraph (1); and
                    (B) by redesignating paragraphs (2) through (5) as 
                paragraphs (1) through (4), respectively; and
                    (C) in paragraph (2) (as so redesignated)--
                            (i) in subparagraph (A) by striking ``80 
                        percent'' and inserting ``90 percent'';
                            (ii) in subparagraph (B) by striking 
                        ``tobe'' and inserting ``to be''; and
                            (iii) in subparagraph (D) by adding a 
                        period at the end.
            (2) Conforming amendments.--
                    (A) Section 133.--Section 133(e) is amended by 
                striking ``(d)(2)'' and inserting ``(d)(1)'' in each of 
                paragraphs (3)(B)(i), (5)(A), and (5)(B).
                    (B) Section 126.--Section 126(b) of such title is 
                amended--
                            (i) by striking ``to the last sentence of 
                        section 133(d)(1) or'';
                            (ii) by striking ``section 133(d)(3)'' and 
                        inserting ``section 133(d)(2)''; and
                            (iii) by striking ``or 133(d)(2)''.
    (f) Hazard Elimination Program.--
            (1) Purposes.--Section 152(a)(1) of such title is amended--
                    (A) by striking ``and'' after ``bicyclists,''; and
                    (B) by inserting after ``pedestrians,'' the 
                following: ``and the disabled, identify roadway safety 
                improvement needs for such locations, sections, and 
                elements,''.
            (2) Hazards.--Section 152(a)(2)(A) of such title is amended 
        by inserting ``the disabled,'' after ``pedestrians,''.
            (3) Approval of projects.--Section 152(b) of such title is 
        amended by inserting before the period at the end the 
        following: ``that reduces the likelihood of crashes involving 
        road departures, intersections, pedestrians, the disabled, 
        bicyclists, older drivers, or construction work zones''.
            (4) Expenditure of funds.--Section 152(c) of such title is 
        amended--
                    (A) in paragraph (2) by striking ``or'' at the end;
                    (B) in paragraph (3) by striking the period at the 
                end and inserting a semicolon; and
                    (C) by adding at the end the following:
            ``(4) police assistance for traffic and speed management in 
        construction work zones;
            ``(5) installation of barriers between construction work 
        zones and traffic lanes for the safety of motorists and 
        workers;
            ``(6) installation of protective devices at railway-highway 
        crossings; and
            ``(7) compilation and analysis of data under subsections 
        (f) and (g) if the funds used for this purpose by a State do 
        not exceed 2 percent of the amount apportioned to such State to 
        carry out this section.''.
            (5) Apportionment.--Section 152(d) of such title is amended 
        to read as follows:
    ``(d) Apportionment.--
            ``(1) Formula.--Funds authorized to be appropriated to 
        carry out this section shall be apportioned to the States in 
        accordance with the formula set forth in section 104(b)(3)(A).
            ``(2) Minimum apportionment.--Notwithstanding paragraph 
        (1), each State shall receive a minimum of \1/2\ of 1 percent 
        of the funds apportioned under paragraph (1).
            ``(3) Federal share.--The Federal share payable on account 
        of any project financed with funds authorized to be 
        appropriated to carry out this section shall be 90 percent of 
        the cost thereof.''.
            (6) Biennial report to congress.--
                    (A) In general.--Section 152 of such title is 
                amended by adding at the end the following:
    ``(i) Biennial Report to Congress.--Not later than 2 years after 
the date of enactment of this subsection, and every 2 years thereafter, 
the Secretary shall transmit to the Committee on Transportation and 
Infrastructure of the House of Representatives and the Committee on 
Environment and Public Works of the Senate a report on the results of 
the program under this section. The report shall include, at a minimum, 
the following:
            ``(1) A summary of State projects completed under this 
        section categorized by the types of hazards and a statement of 
        the cost of such projects.
            ``(2) An analysis of the effectiveness of such categories 
        of projects in reducing the number and severity of crashes at 
        high hazard locations.
            ``(3) An assessment of the adequacy of authorized funding 
        for the program and State use of such funding to address the 
        national need for such projects.
            ``(4) Recommendations for funding and program improvements 
        to reduce the number of high hazard locations.
            ``(5) An analysis and evaluation of each State program, an 
        identification of any State found not to be in compliance with 
        the schedule of improvements required by subsection (a), and 
        recommendations for future implementation of the hazard 
        elimination program.''.
                    (B) Conforming amendment.--Section 152(g) of such 
                title is amended by striking the third sentence through 
                the last sentence.
    (g) Effective Date.--The amendments made by subsections (b)(1), 
(d), (e), and (f) shall take effect on September 30, 2005.

SEC. 1402. WORKER INJURY PREVENTION AND FREE FLOW OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC.

    Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of this Act, the 
Secretary shall issue regulations to decrease the likelihood of worker 
injury and maintain the free flow of vehicular traffic by requiring 
workers whose duties place them on or in close proximity to a Federal-
aid highway (as defined in section 101 of title 23, United States Code) 
to wear high visibility garments. Such regulations may also require 
such other worker-safety measures for workers with those duties as the 
Secretary determines appropriate.

SEC. 1403. HIGH RISK RURAL ROAD SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.

    (a) Establishment.--The Secretary shall establish and implement a 
high risk rural road safety improvement program in accordance with this 
section.
    (b) Eligible Projects.--
            (1) In general.--Except as provided in paragraph (2), a 
        State may obligate funds apportioned to it under this section 
        only for construction and operational improvement projects on 
        high risk rural roads and only if the primary purpose of the 
        project is to improve highway safety on a high risk rural road.
            (2) Special rule.--A State may use funds apportioned to it 
        under this section for any project approved by the Secretary 
        under section 152 of title 23, United States Code, if the State 
        certifies to the Secretary that it has no projects described in 
        paragraph (1).
    (c) State Allocation System.--Each State shall establish a system 
for allocating funds apportioned to it under this section among 
projects eligible for assistance under this section that have the 
highest benefits to highway safety. Such system may include a safety 
management system established by the State under section 303 of title 
23, United States Code, or a survey established pursuant to section 
152(a) of such title.
    (d) Apportionment of Funds.--On October 1 of each fiscal year, the 
Secretary shall apportion among States sums authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section for such fiscal year as follows:
            (1) \1/3\ in the ratio that--
                    (A) each State's public road lane mileage for rural 
                minor collectors and rural local roads; bears to
                    (B) the total public road lane mileage for rural 
                minor collectors and rural local roads of all States.
            (2) \1/3\ in the ratio that--
                    (A) the population of areas other than urbanized 
                areas in each State, as shown by the most recent 
                Government decennial census of population; bears to
                    (B) the population of all areas other than 
                urbanized areas in the United States, as shown by that 
                census.
            (3) \1/3\ in the ratio that--
                    (A) the total vehicle miles traveled on public 
                roads in each State; bears to
                    (B) the total number of vehicle miles traveled on 
                public roads in all States.
    (e) Applicability of Title 23.--Funds made available to carry out 
this section shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if 
such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States 
Code; except that such funds shall not be transferable and shall remain 
available until expended and the Federal share of the cost of a project 
under this section shall be 80 percent. Notwithstanding any other 
provision of law, projects assisted under this section shall be treated 
as projects on a Federal-aid system under such chapter.
    (f) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions apply:
            (1) High risk rural road.--The term ``high risk rural 
        road'' means any roadway functionally classified as a rural 
        major or minor collector or a rural local road--
                    (A) on which the accident rate for fatalities and 
                incapacitating injuries exceeds the statewide average 
                for these functional classes of roadway; or
                    (B) which will likely have increases in traffic 
                volume that are likely to create an accident rate for 
                fatalities and incapacitating injuries that exceeds the 
                statewide average for these functional classes of 
                roadway.
            (2) State and urbanized area.--The terms ``State'' and 
        ``urbanized area'' have the meaning such terms have under 
        section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code.

SEC. 1404. TRANSFERS OF APPORTIONMENTS TO SAFETY PROGRAMS.

    (a) Use of Safety Belts and Motorcycle Helmets.--Section 153(h) of 
title 23, United States Code, is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (2)--
                    (A) in the paragraph heading by striking 
                ``Thereafter.--'' and inserting ``Fiscal years 1995-
                2004.--''; and
                    (B) by inserting ``and ending before October 1, 
                2004,'' after ``September 30, 1994,'';
            (2) by redesignating paragraphs (3) through (5) as 
        paragraphs (4) through (6), respectively;
            (3) by inserting after paragraph (2) the following:
            ``(3) Fiscal year 2005 and thereafter.--On October 1, 2004, 
        and each October 1 thereafter, if a State does not have in 
        effect a law described in subsection (a)(2), the Secretary 
        shall transfer from the funds apportioned to the State on that 
        date under each of subsections (b)(1), (b)(2), and (b)(3) of 
        section 104 to the apportionment of the State under section 402 
        an amount equal to 3 percent of the funds apportioned to the 
        State under such subsections for fiscal year 2003.''; and
            (4) in paragraph (5) (as so redesignated)--
                    (A) by striking ``which is determined by 
                multiplying'' and inserting ``which, for fiscal year 
                2005 and each fiscal year thereafter, is determined by 
                multiplying''; and
                    (B) in subparagraph (B) by striking ``such fiscal 
                year'' each place it appears and inserting ``fiscal 
                year 2003''.
    (b) Open Container Requirements.--Section 154(c) of title 23, 
United States Code, is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (2)--
                    (A) in the paragraph heading by striking ``fiscal 
                years thereafter'' and inserting ``fiscal year 2004'' ; 
                and
                    (B) by striking ``and each October 1 thereafter,'';
            (2) by redesignating paragraphs (3) through (7) as 
        paragraphs (4) through (8), respectively;
            (3) by inserting after paragraph (2) the following:
            ``(3) Fiscal year 2005 and thereafter.--On October 1, 2004, 
        and each October 1 thereafter, if a State has not enacted or is 
        not enforcing an open container law described in subsection 
        (b), the Secretary shall transfer from the funds apportioned to 
        the State on that date under each of paragraphs (1), (3), and 
        (4) of section 104(b) an amount equal to 3 percent of the funds 
        apportioned to the State under such paragraphs for fiscal year 
        2003 to be used or directed as described in subparagraph (A) or 
        (B) of paragraph (1).'';
            (4) in paragraph (5) (as so redesignated) by striking 
        ``paragraph (3)'' and inserting ``paragraph (4)'';
            (5) in paragraphs (4), (5), and (6) (as so redesignated) by 
        striking ``paragraph (1) or (2)'' and inserting ``paragraph 
        (1), (2), or (3)''; and
            (6) in paragraph (7)(B) (as so redesignated)--
                    (A) by striking ``The amount'' and inserting ``For 
                fiscal year 2005 and each fiscal year thereafter, the 
                amount''; and
                    (B) in subclauses (I) and (II) of clause (ii) by 
                striking ``the fiscal year'' and inserting ``fiscal 
                year 2003''.
    (c) Minimum Penalties for Certain Repeat Offenders.--Section 164(b) 
of title 23, United States Code, is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (2)--
                    (A) in the paragraph heading by striking ``and 
                fiscal years thereafter'' and inserting ``fiscal year 
                2004'' ; and
                    (B) by striking ``and each October 1 thereafter,'';
            (2) by redesignating paragraphs (3) through (7) as 
        paragraphs (4) through (8), respectively;
            (3) by inserting after paragraph (2) the following:
            ``(3) Fiscal year 2005 and thereafter.--On October 1, 2004, 
        and each October 1 thereafter, if a State has not enacted or is 
        not enforcing a repeat intoxicated driver law, the Secretary 
        shall transfer from the funds apportioned to the State on that 
        date under each of paragraphs (1), (3), and (4) of section 
        104(b) an amount equal to 3 percent of the funds apportioned to 
        the State under such paragraphs for fiscal year 2003 to be used 
        or directed as described in subparagraph (A) or (B) of 
        paragraph (1).'';
            (4) in paragraph (5) (as so redesignated) by striking 
        ``paragraph (3)'' and inserting ``paragraph (4)'';
            (5) in paragraphs (4), (5), and (6) (as so redesignated) by 
        striking ``paragraph (1) or (2)'' and inserting ``paragraph 
        (1), (2), or (3)''; and
            (6) in paragraph (7)(B) (as so redesignated)--
                    (A) by striking ``The amount'' and inserting ``For 
                fiscal year 2005 and each fiscal year thereafter, the 
                amount''; and
                    (B) in subclauses (I) and (II) of clause (ii) by 
                striking ``the fiscal year'' and inserting ``fiscal 
                year 2003''.

SEC. 1405. SAFETY INCENTIVE GRANTS FOR USE OF SEAT BELTS.

    Section 157(g) of title 23, United States Code, is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (1) by inserting ``and'' after ``2002,'';
            (2) in paragraph (1) by striking ``2003,'' and all that 
        follows through ``2005'' and inserting ``2003'';
            (3) in paragraph (2) by inserting ``or set aside for fiscal 
        year 2004 or 2005 under section 104(m)(8)'' after ``paragraph 
        (1)'';
            (4) in paragraph (3)(B) by striking ``2005'' and inserting 
        ``2003''; and
            (5) in paragraph (3)(B) by inserting ``or the amounts set 
        aside for any of fiscal years 2004 and 2005 under section 
        104(m)(8)'' after ``paragraph (1)''.

SEC. 1406. SAFETY INCENTIVES TO PREVENT OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES BY 
              INTOXICATED PERSONS.

    (a) Codification of Penalty.--Section 163 of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended--
            (1) by redesignating subsection (e) as subsection (f); and
            (2) by inserting after subsection (d) the following:
    ``(e) Penalty.--
            ``(1) In general.--On October 1, 2003, and October 1 of 
        each fiscal year thereafter, if a State has not enacted or is 
        not enforcing a law described in subsection (a), the Secretary 
        shall withhold from amounts apportioned to the State on that 
        date under each of paragraphs (1), (3), and (4) of section 
        104(b) an amount equal to the amount specified in paragraph 
        (2).
            ``(2) Amount to be withheld.--If a State is subject to a 
        penalty under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall withhold for a 
        fiscal year from the apportionments of the State described in 
        paragraph (1) an amount equal to a percentage of the funds 
        apportioned to the State under paragraphs (1), (3), and (4) of 
        section 104(b) for fiscal year 2003. The percentage shall be as 
        follows:
                    ``(A) For fiscal year 2004, 2 percent.
                    ``(B) For fiscal year 2005, 4 percent.
                    ``(C) For fiscal year 2006, 6 percent.
                    ``(D) For fiscal year 2007, and each fiscal year 
                thereafter, 8 percent.
            ``(3) Failure to comply.--If, within 4 years from the date 
        that an apportionment for a State is withheld in accordance 
        with this subsection, the Secretary determines that the State 
        has enacted and is enforcing a law described in subsection (a), 
        the apportionment of the State shall be increased by an amount 
        equal to the amount withheld. If, at the end of such 4-year 
        period, any State has not enacted or is not enforcing a law 
        described in subsection (a) any amounts so withheld from such 
        State shall lapse.''.
    (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--Section 163(f)(1) of such 
title, as redesignated by subsection (a)(1) of this section, is 
amended--
            (1) by inserting ``and'' after ``2002,''; and
            (2) by striking ``, $110,000,000 for fiscal year 2004'' and 
        all that follows through ``2005''.
    (c) Repeal.--Section 351 of the Department of Transportation and 
Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2001 (23 U.S.C. 163 note; 114 
Stat. 1356A-34) is repealed.
    (d) Conforming Amendment.--Section 163(f)(2) of such title, as 
redesignated by subsection (a)(1) of this section, is amended by 
inserting after ``by this subsection'' the following: ``and the funds 
set aside to carry out this section''.

SEC. 1407. REPEAT OFFENDERS FOR DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED.

    Section 164(a)(5)(A) of title 23, United States Code, is amended to 
read as follows:
                    ``(A) receive (i) a driver's license suspension for 
                not less than 1 year, or (ii) a combination of 
                suspension of all driving privileges of an individual 
                for the first 45 days of the suspension period followed 
                by a reinstatement of limited driving privileges for 
                the propose of getting to and from work, school, or an 
                alcohol treatment program if an ignition interlock 
                device is installed on each of the motor vehicles owned 
                or operated, or both, by the individual;''.

SEC. 1408. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF HIGHWAY FEATURES ON NATIONAL 
              HIGHWAY SYSTEM.

    (a) Rulemaking Proceeding.--The Secretary shall conduct a 
rulemaking proceeding to determine the appropriate conditions under 
which a State when choosing to repair or replace damaged highway 
features on the National Highway System with State funds (rather than 
with available Federal financial assistance) should be required to 
repair or replace such features with highway features that have been 
tested, evaluated, and found to be acceptable under the guidelines 
contained in the report of the Transportation Research Board of the 
National Research Council entitled ``NCHRP Report 350-Recommended 
Procedures for the Safety Performance Evaluation of Highway Features''.
    (b) Matters to Be Considered.--The rulemaking proceeding shall 
cover those highway features that are covered by the guidelines 
referred to in subsection (a). The conditions to be considered by the 
Secretary in the rulemaking proceeding shall include types of highway 
features, cost-effectiveness, and practicality of replacement with 
highway features that have been found to be acceptable under such 
guidelines.
    (c) Regulations.--Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment 
of this Act, the Secretary shall issue regulations regarding the 
conditions under which States when choosing to repair or replace 
damaged highway features described in subsection (a) will be required 
to repair or replace such features with highway features that have been 
tested, evaluated, and found to be acceptable as described in 
subsection (a).

SEC. 1409. RENTED OR LEASED MOTOR VEHICLES.

    (a) In General.--Subchapter I of chapter 301 of title 49, United 
States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
``Sec. 30106. Rented or leased motor vehicle safety and responsibility
    ``(a) In General.--An owner of a motor vehicle that rents or leases 
the vehicle to a person (or an affiliate of the owner) shall not be 
liable under the law of any State or political subdivision thereof, by 
reason of being the owner of the vehicle (or an affiliate of the 
owner), for harm to persons or property that results or arises out of 
the use, operation, or possession of the vehicle during the period of 
the rental or lease, if--
            ``(1) the owner (or an affiliate of the owner) is engaged 
        in the trade or business of renting or leasing motor vehicles; 
        and
            ``(2) there is no negligence or criminal wrongdoing on the 
        part of the owner (or an affiliate of the owner).
    ``(b) Financial Responsibility Laws.--Nothing in this section 
supersedes the law of any State or political subdivision thereof--
            ``(1) imposing financial responsibility or insurance 
        standards on the owner of a motor vehicle for the privilege of 
        registering and operating a motor vehicle; or
            ``(2) imposing liability on business entities engaged in 
        the trade or business of renting or leasing motor vehicles for 
        failure to meet the financial responsibility or liability 
        insurance requirements under State law.
    ``(c) Applicability and Effective Date.--Notwithstanding any other 
provision of law, this section shall apply with respect to any action 
commenced on or after the date of enactment of this section without 
regard to whether the harm that is the subject of the action, or the 
conduct that caused the harm, occurred before such date of enactment.
    ``(d) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions 
apply:
            ``(1) Affiliate.--The term ``affiliate'' means a person 
        other than the owner that directly or indirectly controls, is 
        controlled by, or is under common control with the owner. In 
        the preceding sentence, the term ``control'' means the power to 
        direct the management and policies of a person whether through 
        ownership of voting securities or otherwise.
            ``(2) Owner.--The term `owner' means a person who is--
                    ``(A) a record or beneficial owner, holder of 
                title, lessor, or lessee of a motor vehicle;
                    ``(B) entitled to the use and possession of a motor 
                vehicle subject to a security interest in another 
                person; or
                    ``(C) a lessor, lessee, or a bailee of a motor 
                vehicle, in the trade or business of renting or leasing 
                motor vehicles, having the use or possession thereof, 
                under a lease, bailment, or otherwise.
            ``(3) Person.--The term `person' means any individual, 
        corporation, company, limited liability company, trust, 
        association, firm, partnership, society, joint stock company, 
        or any other entity.''.
    (b) Clerical Amendment.--The analysis for such chapter is amended 
by inserting after the item relating to section 30105 the following:

``30106. Rented or leased motor vehicle safety and responsibility.''.

           Subtitle E--Construction and Contract Efficiencies

SEC. 1501. DESIGN--BUILD.

    (a) Qualified Projects.--Section 112(b)(3)(C) of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended to read as follows:
                    ``(C) Qualified projects.--A qualified project 
                referred to in subparagraph (A) is a project under this 
                chapter for which the Secretary has approved the use of 
                design-build contracting under criteria specified in 
                regulations issued by the Secretary.''.
    (b) Experimental Procurement.--Section 112(b)(3) of such title is 
further amended--
            (1) by redesigning subparagraph (D) as subparagraph (G); 
        and
            (2) by inserting after subparagraph (C) the following:
                    ``(D) Experimental procurement.--As part of any 
                experimental program carried out under this section, 
                the Secretary shall evaluate the use of procurement 
                procedures under this paragraph where subjective 
                evaluation criteria account for the majority of the 
                selection determination.
                    ``(E) Limitation on statutory construction.--
                Nothing in this section shall be construed as effecting 
                the authority to carry out any experimental program 
                concerning design-build contracting that is being 
                carried out by the Secretary on the date of enactment 
                of this subparagraph.
                    ``(F) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the 
                date of enactment of this subparagraph, the Secretary 
                shall transmit to Congress a report on the 
                effectiveness of design-build contracting procedures in 
                which the majority of the selection determinations are 
                made based on subjective criteria in accordance with 
                subparagraph (D).''.

SEC. 1502. WARRANTY HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT PILOT PROGRAM.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall establish and implement a 
pilot program designed to encourage States to incorporate warranties in 
the letting of contracts for highway construction projects.
    (b) Maximum Number of Projects.--The Secretary may allow not more 
than 15 projects a year to be carried out under the pilot program.
    (c) Federal Share.--The Federal share of the costs of a project 
under the pilot program may not exceed 90 percent.
    (d) Minimum Project Cost.--The estimated total cost of a project to 
be carried out under the pilot program must be greater than 
$15,000,000.
    (e) Selection Process.--In the selection process for the pilot 
program, the Secretary shall select, to the extent possible, projects 
from several different regions of the United States in order to 
demonstrate the effects that different climates and traffic patterns 
have on warranty highway construction projects.
    (f) Rulemaking.--
            (1) In general.--Not later than 1 year after the date of 
        enactment of this Act, the Secretary shall issue a rule to 
        implement the pilot program. The rule shall include the 
        following factors for eligibility of a highway construction 
        project to be included in the program:
                    (A) A requirement that the contract for the project 
                must include a long-term limited warranty that is of a 
                duration sufficient to ensure that--
                            (i) the cost to the State of the project 
                        that will be carried out is less than the 
                        estimated cost to construct the project without 
                        the warranty plus the estimated costs that 
                        would be incurred by the State and that would 
                        otherwise be covered during the proposed 
                        warranty period if a warranty were in effect; 
                        and
                            (ii) the estimated cost to road users 
                        during the warranty period is less than such 
                        estimated cost without a warranty.
                    (B) In determining the sufficient duration of a 
                long-term limited warranty under subparagraph (A), the 
                Secretary shall establish separate sufficient durations 
                for different types of projects, such as initial 
                construction, pavement resurfacing and rehabilitation, 
                and pavement markings.
                    (C) A requirement that the limited warranty must 
                address, at a minimum--
                            (i) the responsibilities of the warranty 
                        provider;
                            (ii) the responsibilities of the Department 
                        of Transportation;
                            (iii) the terms of the warranty, including 
                        duration and, if applicable, traffic volumes 
                        and vehicle classification; and
                            (iv) performance criteria to be met to 
                        determine if maintenance is required.
            (2) Factors to consider.--In issuing the rule, the 
        Secretary may consider the following factors as requirements 
        for the warranty contract for eligibility under the pilot 
        program:
                    (A) A plan to account for inflation during the 
                warranty period.
                    (B) The frequency of performance assessments 
                performed.
                    (C) The response time for repairs.
                    (D) A plan for emergency repairs.
                    (E) Clearly set out limits of liability under the 
                warranty, if any.
                    (F) Dispute resolution provisions.
                    (G) A severability provision.
                    (H) Other provisions the Secretary considers 
                necessary for carrying out the program.
    (g) Savings.--Section 112 of title 23, United States Code, shall 
apply to the projects carried out under this section unless the 
Secretary determines that applying such section to such projects is 
inconsistent with the provisions of this section.
    (h) Reports.--Not later than 5 years after the date of enactment of 
this Act and every year thereafter, the Secretary shall transmit to the 
Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of 
Representatives and the Committee on Environment and Public Works of 
the Senate a report outlining activities carried out under the program 
and the results of the program.

SEC. 1503. PRIVATE INVESTMENT STUDY.

    (a) Study.--Not later than 6 months after the date of enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary shall enter into an agreement with the National 
Academy of Sciences to conduct a comprehensive study of private 
investment in surface transportation infrastructure.
    (b) Matters to Be Evaluated.--Under the agreement, the National 
Academy of Sciences shall evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of 
private investment in surface transportation infrastructure and the 
impact of such investment on the ability of State and local authorities 
to use innovative financing, including--
            (1) preconstruction funding requirements;
            (2) integration of private investment in the transportation 
        planning process;
            (3) use of toll revenues by State and local authorities;
            (4) use of toll credits by State and local authorities;
            (5) requirements for debt financing instruments, 
        reimbursable expenses, and conditions on payments;
            (6) limitation on fees charged at federally funded fringe 
        and corridor parking facilities;
            (7) revenues needed to provide a reasonable rate of return 
        to private investors;
            (8) costs to users of facilities due to imposition of 
        tolls;
            (9) sales-in-lease-out arrangement of transportation 
        assets; and
            (10) such other matters as the Secretary considers 
        appropriate.
    (c) Report.--
            (1) To secretary.--Under the agreement, the National 
        Academy of Sciences shall submit to the Secretary a report on 
        the results of the study by such date as the Secretary may 
        require.
            (2) To congress.--Not later than January 1, 2007, the 
        Secretary shall transmit to the Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure of the House of Representatives and the 
        Committee on Environment and Public Works of the Senate a copy 
        of the report of the National Academy of Sciences, together 
        with such recommendations as the Secretary considers 
        appropriate.

SEC. 1504. HIGHWAYS FOR LIFE PILOT PROGRAM.

    (a) Establishment.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall establish and 
        implement a pilot program to be known as the ``Highways for 
        LIFE pilot program''.
            (2) Purpose.--The purpose of the pilot program shall be to 
        advance longer-lasting highways using innovative technologies 
        and practices to accomplish the fast construction of efficient 
        and safe highways and bridges.
            (3) Objectives.--Under the pilot program, the Secretary 
        shall provide leadership and incentives to demonstrate and 
        promote state-of-the-art technologies, elevated performance 
        standards, and new business practices in the highway 
        construction process that result in improved safety, faster 
        construction, reduced congestion from construction, and 
        improved quality and user satisfaction.
    (b) Projects.--
            (1) Applications.--To be eligible to participate in the 
        pilot program, a State shall submit to the Secretary an 
        application that is in such form and contains such information 
        as the Secretary requires. Each application shall contain a 
        description of proposed projects to be carried by the State 
        under the pilot program.
            (2) Eligibility.--A proposed project shall be eligible for 
        assistance under the pilot program if the project--
                    (A) constructs, reconstructs, or rehabilitates a 
                route or connection on a Federal-aid highway eligible 
                for assistance under chapter 1 of title 23, United 
                States Code;
                    (B) uses innovative technologies, manufacturing 
                processes, financing, or contracting methods that 
                improve safety, reduce congestion due to construction, 
                and improve quality; and
                    (C) meets additional criteria as determined by the 
                Secretary.
            (3) Project proposal.--A project proposal submitted under 
        paragraph (1) shall contain--
                    (A) an identification and description of the 
                projects to be delivered;
                    (B) a description of how the projects will result 
                in improved safety, faster construction, reduced 
                congestion due to construction, user satisfaction, and 
                improved quality;
                    (C) a description of the innovative technologies, 
                manufacturing processes, financing, and contracting 
                methods that will be used for the proposed projects; 
                and
                    (D) such other information as the Secretary may 
                require.
            (4) Selection criteria.--In selecting projects for approval 
        under this section, the Secretary shall ensure that the 
        projects provide an evaluation of a broad range of technologies 
        in a wide variety of project types and shall give priority to 
        the projects that--
                    (A) address achieving the Highways for LIFE 
                performance standards for quality, safety, and speed of 
                construction;
                    (B) deliver and deploy innovative technologies, 
                manufacturing processes, financing, contracting 
                practices, and performance measures that will 
                demonstrate substantial improvements in safety, 
                congestion, quality, and cost-effectiveness;
                    (C) include innovation that will lead to change in 
                the administration of the State's transportation 
                program to more quickly construct long-lasting, high-
                quality, cost-effective projects that improve safety 
                and reduce congestion;
                    (D) are or will be ready for construction within 12 
                months of approval of the project proposal; and
                    (E) meet such other criteria as the Secretary 
                determines appropriate.
            (5) Financial assistance.--
                    (A) Funds for highways for life projects.--Out of 
                amounts made available to carry out this section for a 
                fiscal year, the Secretary may allocate to a State up 
                to 20 percent, but not more than $15,000,000, of the 
                total cost of a project approved under this section. 
                Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds 
                allocated to a State under this subparagraph may be 
                applied to the non-Federal share of the cost of 
                construction of a project under title 23, United States 
                Code.
                    (B) Use of apportioned funds.--A State may obligate 
                not more than 10 percent of the amount apportioned to 
                the State under 1 or more of paragraphs (1), (2), (3), 
                and (4) of section 104(b) of title 23, United States 
                Code, for a fiscal year for projects approved under 
                this section.
                    (C) Increased federal share.--Notwithstanding 
                sections 120 and 129 of title 23, United States Code, 
                the Federal share payable on account of any project 
                constructed with Federal funds allocated under this 
                section, or apportioned under section 104(b) of such 
                title, to a State under such title and approved under 
                this section may amount to 100 percent of the cost of 
                construction of such project.
                    (D) Limitation on statutory construction.--Except 
                as provided in subparagraph (C), nothing in this 
                subsection shall be construed as altering or otherwise 
                affecting the applicability of the requirements of 
                chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code (including 
                requirements relating to the eligibility of a project 
                for assistance under the program and the location of 
                the project), to amounts apportioned to a State for a 
                program under section 104(b) that are obligated by the 
                State for projects approved under this subsection.
            (6) Project selections.--In the period of fiscal years 2005 
        through 2009, the Secretary shall approve at least one project 
        in each State for participation in the pilot program and for 
        financial assistance under paragraph (5) if the State submits 
        an application and the project meets the eligibility 
        requirements and selection criteria under this subsection.
    (c) Technology Partnerships.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary may make grants or enter 
        into cooperative agreements or other transactions to foster the 
        development, improvement, and creation of innovative 
        technologies and facilities to improve safety, enhance the 
        speed of highway construction, and improve the quality and 
        durability of highways.
            (2) Federal share.--The Federal share of the cost of an 
        activity carried out under this subsection shall not exceed 80 
        percent.
    (d) Technology Transfer and Information Dissemination.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall conduct a Highways for 
        LIFE technology transfer program.
            (2) Availability of information.--The Secretary shall 
        ensure that the information and technology used, developed, or 
        deployed under this subsection is made available to the 
        transportation community and the public.
    (e) Stakeholder Input and Involvement.--The Secretary shall 
establish a process for stakeholder input and involvement in the 
development, implementation, and evaluation of the Highways for LIFE 
pilot program. The process may include participation by representatives 
of State departments of transportation and other interested persons.
    (f) Project Monitoring and Evaluation.--The Secretary shall monitor 
and evaluate the effectiveness of any activity carried out under this 
section.
    (g) Contract Authority.--Funds authorized to be appropriated to 
carry out this section shall be available for obligation in the same 
manner as if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, 
United States Code.
    (h) State Defined.--In this section, the term ``State'' has the 
meaning such term has under section 101(a) of title 23, United States 
Code.

                          Subtitle F--Finance

SEC. 1601. TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE AND INNOVATION ACT.

    (a) Definitions.--Section 181 of title 23, United States Code, is 
amended--
            (1) in paragraph (3)--
                    (A) by striking ``category''; and
                    (B) by striking ``offered into the capital 
                markets'';
            (2) by striking paragraph (7);
            (3) by redesignating paragraphs (8) through (15) as 
        paragraphs (7) through (14), respectively;
            (4) by striking the period at the end of paragraph (8)(B) 
        (as so redesignated) and inserting a semicolon; and
            (5) in paragraph (10) (as so redesignated) by striking 
        ``bond'' and inserting ``credit''.
    (b) Determination of Eligibility.--Section 182(a) of such title is 
amended--
            (1) by striking paragraphs (1) and (2) and inserting the 
        following:
            ``(1) Inclusion in transportation plans and programs.--The 
        project shall satisfy the applicable planning and programming 
        requirements of sections 134 and 135 at such time as an 
        agreement to make available a Federal credit instrument is 
        entered into under this subchapter.
            ``(2) Application.--A State, a local government, public 
        authority, public-private partnership, or any other legal 
        entity undertaking the project and authorized by the Secretary, 
        shall submit a project application to the Secretary.'';
            (2) in paragraph (3)(A)(i) by striking ``$100,000,000'' and 
        inserting ``$50,000,000'';
            (3) in paragraph (3)(B) by striking ``$30,000,000'' and 
        inserting ``$15,000,000''; and
            (4) in paragraph (4)--
                    (A) by striking ``Project financing'' and inserting 
                ``The Federal credit instrument''; and
                    (B) by inserting before the period at the end 
                ``that also secure the project obligations''.
    (c) Project Selection.--Section 182(b) of such title is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (1) by striking ``criteria'' the second 
        place it appears and inserting ``requirements''; and
            (2) in paragraph (2)(B) by inserting ``, which may be the 
        Federal credit instrument,'' after ``obligations''.
    (d) Secured Loans.--
            (1) Agreements.--Section 183(a)(1) of such title is 
        amended--
                    (A) in each of subparagraphs (A) and (B) by 
                inserting ``of any project selected under section 602'' 
                after ``costs''; and
                    (B) by striking the semicolon at the end of 
                subparagraph (B) and all that follows through ``under 
                section 602''.
            (2) Investment-grade rating requirement.--Section 183(a)(4) 
        of such title is amended--
                    (A) by striking ``The funding'' and inserting ``The 
                execution''; and
                    (B) by striking the first comma and all that 
                follows through ``1 rating agency''.
            (3) Terms and limitations.--Section 183(b) of such title is 
        amended--
                    (A) in paragraph (2) by inserting ``the lesser of'' 
                after ``exceed'';
                    (B) in paragraph (2) by inserting ``or the amount 
                of the senior project obligations'' after ``costs'';
                    (C) in paragraph (3)(A)(i) by inserting ``that also 
                secure the senior project obligations'' after 
                ``sources''; and
                    (D) in paragraph (4) by striking ``marketable''.
            (4) Repayment.--Section 183(c) is amended--
                    (A) by striking paragraph (3); and
                    (B) by redesignating paragraphs (4) and (5) as 
                paragraphs (3) and (4), respectively.
    (e) Lines of Credit.--
            (1) Terms and limitations.--Section 184(b) of such title is 
        amended--
                    (A) in paragraph (3)--
                            (i) by striking the first comma; and
                            (ii) by striking ``any debt service reserve 
                        fund, and any other available reserve'' and 
                        inserting ``but not including reasonably 
                        required financing reserves'';
                    (B) in paragraph (4)--
                            (i) by striking ``marketable'';
                            (ii) by striking ``on which'' and inserting 
                        ``of execution of''; and
                            (iii) by striking ``is obligated'' and 
                        inserting ``agreement''; and
                    (C) in paragraph (5)(A)(i) by inserting ``that also 
                secure the senior project obligations'' after 
                ``sources''; and
            (2) Repayment.--Section 184(c) of such title is amended--
                    (A) in paragraph (2)--
                            (i) by striking ``scheduled'';
                            (ii) by inserting ``be scheduled to'' after 
                        ``shall''; and
                            (iii) by striking ``be fully repaid, with 
                        interest,'' and inserting ``conclude, with full 
                        repayment of principal and interest,''; and
                    (B) by striking paragraph (3).
    (f) Program Administration.--Section 185 of such title is amended 
to read as follows:
``Sec. 185. Program administration
    ``(a) Requirement.--The Secretary shall establish a uniform system 
to service the Federal credit instrument made available under this 
chapter.
    ``(b) Fees.--The Secretary may establish fees at a level to cover 
all or a portion of the costs to the Federal Government of servicing 
the Federal credit instrument.
    ``(c) Services.--The Secretary may identify a financial entity to 
assist the Secretary in servicing a Federal credit instrument. The 
services--
            ``(1) shall act as the agent for the Secretary; and
            ``(2) shall receive a servicing fee, subject to approval by 
        the Secretary.
    ``(d) Assistance From Expert Firms.--The Secretary may retain the 
services of one or more expert firms, including counsel, in the field 
of municipal and project finance to assist in the underwriting and 
servicing of Federal credit instruments.''.
    (g) Funding.--Section 188 of such title is amended to read as 
follows:
``Sec. 188. Special rules
    ``(a) Availability.--Amounts made available to carry out this 
chapter shall remain available until expended.
    ``(b) Administrative Costs.--From funds made available to carry out 
this chapter, the Secretary may use, for the administration of this 
subchapter, not more than $3,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2004 
through 2009.
    ``(c) Limitations on Credit Amounts.--For each of fiscal years 2004 
through 2009, principal amounts of Federal credit instruments made 
available under this chapter shall be limited to $2,600,000,000.''.

SEC. 1602. STATE INFRASTRUCTURE BANKS.

    (a) In General.--Section 189 of title 23, United States Code, is 
amended to read as follows:
``Sec. 189. State infrastructure bank program
    ``(a) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions 
apply:
            ``(1) Capital project.--The term `capital project' has the 
        meaning such term has under section 5302 of title 49, United 
        States Code.
            ``(2) Other forms of credit assistance.--The term `other 
        forms of credit assistance' includes any use of funds in an 
        infrastructure bank--
                    ``(A) to provide credit enhancements;
                    ``(B) to serve as a capital reserve for bond or 
                debt instrument financing;
                    ``(C) to subsidize interest rates;
                    ``(D) to insure or guarantee letters of credit and 
                credit instruments against credit risk of loss;
                    ``(E) to finance purchase and lease agreements with 
                respect to transit projects;
                    ``(F) to provide bond or debt financing instrument 
                security; and
                    ``(G) to provide other forms of debt financing and 
                methods of leveraging funds that are approved by the 
                Secretary and that relate to the project with respect 
                to which such assistance is being provided.
            ``(3) State.--The term `State' has the meaning such term 
        has under section 401 of this title.
            ``(4) Capitalization.--The term `capitalization' means the 
        process used for depositing funds as initial capital into a 
        State infrastructure bank to establish the infrastructure bank.
            ``(5) Cooperative agreement.--The term `cooperative 
        agreement' means written consent between a State and the 
        Secretary which sets forth the manner in which the 
        infrastructure bank established by the State in accordance with 
        this section will be administered.
            ``(6) Loan.--The term `loan' means any form of direct 
        financial assistance from a State infrastructure bank that is 
        required to be repaid over a period of time and that is 
        provided to a project sponsor for all or part of the costs of 
        the project.
            ``(7) Guarantee.--The term `guarantee' means a contract 
        entered into by a State infrastructure bank in which the bank 
        agrees to take responsibility for all or a portion of a project 
        sponsor's financial obligations for a project under specified 
        conditions.
            ``(8) Initial assistance.--The term `initial assistance' 
        means the first round of funds that are loaned or used for 
        credit enhancement by a State infrastructure bank for projects 
        eligible for assistance under this section.
            ``(9) Leverage.--The term `leverage' means a financial 
        structure used to increase funds in a State infrastructure bank 
        through the issuance of debt instruments.
            ``(10) Leveraged.--The term `leveraged', as used with 
        respect to a State infrastructure bank, means that the bank has 
        total potential liabilities that exceed the capital of the 
        bank.
    ``(b) Cooperative Agreements.--Subject to the provisions of this 
section, the Secretary may enter into cooperative agreements with 
States for the establishment of State infrastructure banks for making 
loans and providing other forms of credit assistance to public and 
private entities carrying out or proposing to carry out projects 
eligible for assistance under this section.
    ``(d) Funding.--
            ``(1) Highway account.--Subject to subsection (j), the 
        Secretary may permit a State entering into a cooperative 
        agreement under this section to establish a State 
        infrastructure bank to deposit into the highway account of the 
        bank not to exceed--
                    ``(A) 10 percent of the funds apportioned to the 
                State for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 under 
                each of sections 104(b)(1), 104(b)(3), 104(b)(4), and 
                144; and
                    ``(B) 10 percent of the funds allocated to the 
                State for each of such fiscal years under section 105.
            ``(2) Transit account.--Subject to subsection (j), the 
        Secretary may permit a State entering into a cooperative 
        agreement under this section to establish a State 
        infrastructure bank, and any other recipient of Federal 
        assistance under section 5307, 5309, or 5311 of title 49, to 
        deposit into the transit account of the bank not to exceed 10 
        percent of the funds made available to the State or other 
        recipient in each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 for capital 
        projects under each of such sections.
            ``(3) Rail account.--Subject to subsection (j), the 
        Secretary may permit a State entering into a cooperative 
        agreement under this section to establish a State 
        infrastructure bank, and any other recipient of Federal 
        assistance under subtitle V of title 49, to deposit into the 
        rail account of the bank funds made available to the State or 
        other recipient in each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009 for 
        capital projects under such subtitle.
            ``(4) Capital grants.--
                    ``(A) Highway account.--Federal funds deposited 
                into a highway account of a State infrastructure bank 
                under paragraph (1) shall constitute for purposes of 
                this section a capitalization grant for the highway 
                account of the bank.
                    ``(B) Transit account.--Federal funds deposited 
                into a transit account of a State infrastructure bank 
                under paragraph (2) shall constitute for purposes of 
                this section a capitalization grant for the transit 
                account of the bank.
                    ``(C) Rail account.--Federal funds deposited into a 
                rail account of a State infrastructure bank under 
                paragraph 3 shall constitute for purposes of this 
                section a capitalization grant for the rail account of 
                the bank.
            ``(5) Special rule for urbanized areas of over 200,000.--
        Funds in a State infrastructure bank that are attributed to 
        urbanized areas of a State with urbanized populations of over 
        200,000 under section 133(d)(3) may be used to provide 
        assistance with respect to a project only if the metropolitan 
        planning organization designated for such area concurs, in 
        writing, with the provision of such assistance.
            ``(6) Discontinuance of funding.--If the Secretary 
        determines that a State is not implementing the State's 
        infrastructure bank in accordance with a cooperative agreement 
        entered into under subsection (b), the Secretary may prohibit 
        the State from contributing additional Federal funds to the 
        bank.
    ``(e) Forms of Assistance From Infrastructure Banks.--An 
infrastructure bank established under this section may make loans or 
provide other forms of credit assistance to a public or private entity 
in an amount equal to all or a part of the cost of carrying out a 
project eligible for assistance under this section. The amount of any 
loan or other form of credit assistance provided for the project may be 
subordinated to any other debt financing for the project. Initial 
assistance provided with respect to a project from Federal funds 
deposited into an infrastructure bank under this section may not be 
made in the form of a grant.
    ``(f) Eligible Projects.--Subject to subsection (e), funds in an 
infrastructure bank established under this section may be used only to 
provide assistance for projects eligible for assistance under this 
title and capital projects defined in section 5302 of title 49, and any 
other projects related to surface transportation that the Secretary 
determines to be appropriate.
    ``(g) Infrastructure Bank Requirements.--In order to establish an 
infrastructure bank under this section, the State establishing the bank 
shall--
            ``(1) deposit in cash, at a minimum, into each account of 
        the bank from non-Federal sources an amount equal to 25 percent 
        of the amount of each capitalization grant made to the State 
        and deposited into such account; except that, if the deposit is 
        into the highway account of the bank and the State has a non-
        Federal share under section 120(b) that is less than 25 
        percent, the percentage to be deposited from non-Federal 
        sources shall be the lower percentage of such grant;
            ``(2) ensure that the bank maintains on a continuing basis 
        an investment grade rating on its debt, or has a sufficient 
        level of bond or debt financing instrument insurance, to 
        maintain the viability of the bank;
            ``(3) ensure that investment income derived from funds 
        deposited to an account of the bank are--
                    ``(A) credited to the account;
                    ``(B) available for use in providing loans and 
                other forms of credit assistance to projects eligible 
                for assistance from the account; and
                    ``(C) invested in United States Treasury 
                securities, bank deposits, or such other financing 
                instruments as the Secretary may approve to earn 
                interest to enhance the leveraging of projects assisted 
                by the bank;
            ``(4) ensure that any loan from the bank will bear interest 
        at or below market interest rates, as determined by the State, 
        to make the project that is the subject of the loan feasible;
            ``(5) ensure that repayment of any loan from the bank will 
        commence not later than 5 years after the project has been 
        completed or, in the case of a highway project, the facility 
        has opened to traffic, whichever is later;
            ``(6) ensure that the term for repaying any loan will not 
        exceed 30 years after the date of the first payment on the 
        loan; and
            ``(7) require the bank to make an annual report to the 
        Secretary on its status no later than September 30 of each year 
        and such other reports as the Secretary may require under 
        guidelines issued to carry out this section.
    ``(i) United States not Obligated.--The deposit of Federal funds 
into an infrastructure bank established under this section shall not be 
construed as a commitment, guarantee, or obligation on the part of the 
United States to any third party, nor shall any third party have any 
right against the United States for payment solely by virtue of the 
contribution. Any security or debt-financing instrument issued by the 
infrastructure bank shall expressly state that the security or 
instrument does not constitute a commitment, guarantee, or obligation 
of the United States.
    ``(j) Management of Federal Funds.--Sections 3335 and 6503 of title 
31, shall not apply to funds deposited into an infrastructure bank 
under this section.
    ``(k) Program Administration.--For each of fiscal years 2005 
through 2009, a State may expend not to exceed 2 percent of the Federal 
funds contributed to an infrastructure bank established by the State 
under this section to pay the reasonable costs of administering the 
bank.''.
    (b) Preparatory Amendments.--
            (1) Section 181.--Section 181 of such title is further 
        amended--
                    (A) by striking the section designator and heading 
                and inserting the following:
``Sec. 181. Generally applicable provisions'';
                    (B) by striking ``In this subchapter'' and 
                inserting ``(a) Definitions.--In this chapter'';
                    (C) in paragraph (5) by striking ``184'' and 
                inserting ``604'';
                    (D) in paragraph (11) (as redesignated by section 
                1601(a) of this Act) by striking ``183'' and inserting 
                ``603''; and
                    (E) by adding at the end the following:
    ``(b) Treatment of Chapter.--For purposes of this title, this 
chapter shall be treated as being part of chapter 1.''.
            (2) Section 182.--Section 182(b)(2)(A)(viii) of such title 
        is further amended by inserting ``and chapter 1'' after ``this 
        chapter''.
            (3) Section 183.--Section 183(a) of such title is further 
        amended--
                    (A) in paragraph (1) by striking ``182'' and 
                inserting ``602''; and
                    (B) in paragraph (3) by striking ``182(b)(2)(B)'' 
                and inserting ``602(b)(2)(B)''.
            (4) Section 184.--Section 184 of such title is further 
        amended--
                    (A) in subsection (a)(1) by striking ``182'' and 
                inserting ``602'';
                    (B) in subsection (a)(3) by striking 
                ``182(b)(2)(B)'' and inserting ``602(b)(2)(B)''; and
                    (C) in subsection (b)(10) by striking ``183'' and 
                inserting ``603''.
            (5) References in subchapter.--Subchapter II of chapter 1 
        of such title is amended by striking ``this subchapter'' each 
        place it appears and inserting ``this chapter''.
            (6) Subchapter headings.--Chapter 1 of such title is 
        further amended--
                    (A) by striking ``subchapter i--general 
                provisions'' preceding section 101; and
                    (B) by striking ``subchapter ii--infrastructure 
                finance'' preceding section 181.
    (c) Chapter 6.--Such title is further amended by adding at the end 
the following:

                  ``CHAPTER 6--INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE

``Sec.
``601. Generally applicable provisions.
``602. Determination of eligibility and project selection.
``603. Secured loans.
``604. Lines of credit.
``605. Program administration.
``606. State and local permits.
``607. Regulations.
``608. Special rules.
``609. State infrastructure bank program.''.
    (d) Moving and Redesignating.--Such title is further amended--
            (1) by redesignating sections 181 through 189 as sections 
        601 through 609, respectively;
            (2) by moving such sections from chapter 1 to chapter 6 (as 
        added by subsection (c)); and
            (3) by inserting such sections after the analysis for 
        chapter 6.
    (e) Analysis for Chapter 1 and Table of Chapters.--
            (1) Analysis for chapter 1.--The analysis for chapter 1 of 
        such title is amended--
                    (A) by striking the headings for subchapters I and 
                II; and
                    (B) by striking the items relating to sections 181 
                through 189.
            (2) Table of chapters.--The table of chapters for such 
        title is amended by inserting after the item relating to 
        chapter 5 the following:

``6. Infrastructure Finance.................................     601''.

SEC. 1603. INTERSTATE SYSTEM RECONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION TOLL 
              PILOT PROGRAM.

    (a) Establishment.--The Secretary shall establish and implement an 
Interstate System reconstruction and rehabilitation toll pilot program 
under which the Secretary, notwithstanding sections 129 and 301 of 
title 23, United States Code, may permit a State to collect tolls on a 
highway, bridge, or tunnel on the Interstate System for the purpose of 
reconstructing and rehabilitating the facility.
    (b) Limitation on Number of Facilities.--The Secretary may permit 
the collection of tolls under this section on 3 facilities on the 
Interstate System. Each of such facilities shall be located in a 
different State.
    (c) Eligibility.--To be eligible to participate in the pilot 
program, a State shall submit to the Secretary an application that 
contains, at a minimum, the following:
            (1) An identification of the facility on the Interstate 
        System proposed to be a toll facility, including the age, 
        condition, and intensity of use of the facility.
            (2) In the case of a facility that affects a metropolitan 
        area, an assurance that the metropolitan planning organization 
        designated under chapter 52 of title 49, United States Code, 
        for the area has been consulted concerning the placement and 
        amount of tolls on the facility.
            (3) An analysis demonstrating that financing the 
        reconstruction or rehabilitation of the facility with the 
        collection of tolls under the pilot program is the most 
        efficient and economical way to advance the project.
            (4) A facility management plan that includes--
                    (A) a plan for implementing the imposition of tolls 
                on the facility;
                    (B) a schedule and finance plan for the 
                reconstruction or rehabilitation of the facility using 
                toll revenues;
                    (C) a description of the public transportation 
                agency that will be responsible for implementation and 
                administration of the pilot program;
                    (D) a description of whether consideration will be 
                given to privatizing the maintenance and operational 
                aspects of the facility, while retaining legal and 
                administrative control of the portion of the Interstate 
                route; and
                    (E) such other information as the Secretary may 
                require.
    (d) Selection Criteria.--The Secretary may approve the application 
of a State under subsection (c) only if the Secretary determines that--
            (1) the State's analysis under subsection (c)(3) is 
        reasonable;
            (2) the facility has a sufficient intensity of use, age, or 
        condition to warrant the collection of tolls;
            (3) the State plan for implementing tolls on the facility 
        takes into account the interests of local, regional, and 
        interstate travelers;
            (4) the State plan for reconstruction or rehabilitation of 
        the facility using toll revenues is reasonable;
            (5) the State will develop, manage, and maintain a system 
        that will automatically collect the tolls; and
            (6) the State has given preference to the use of a public 
        toll agency with demonstrated capability to build, operate, and 
        maintain a toll expressway system meeting criteria for the 
        Interstate System.
    (e) Prohibition on Noncompete Agreements.--Before the Secretary may 
permit a State to participate in the pilot program, the State must 
enter into an agreement with the Secretary that provides that the State 
will not enter into an agreement with a private person under which the 
State is prevented from improving or expanding the capacity of public 
roads adjacent to the toll facility to address conditions resulting 
from traffic diverted to such roads from the toll facility, including--
            (1) excessive congestion;
            (2) pavement wear; and
            (3) an increased incidence of traffic accidents, injuries, 
        or fatalities.
    (f) Limitations on Use of Revenues; Audits.--Before the Secretary 
may permit a State to participate in the pilot program, the State must 
enter into an agreement with the Secretary that provides that--
            (1) all toll revenues received from operation of the toll 
        facility will be used only for--
                    (A) debt service;
                    (B) reasonable return on investment of any private 
                person financing the project; and
                    (C) any costs necessary for the improvement of and 
                the proper operation and maintenance of the toll 
                facility, including reconstruction, resurfacing, 
                restoration, and rehabilitation of the toll facility; 
                and
            (2) regular audits will be conducted to ensure compliance 
        with paragraph (1) and the results of such audits will be 
        transmitted to the Secretary.
    (g) Limitation on Use of Interstate Maintenance Funds.--During the 
term of the pilot program, funds apportioned for Interstate maintenance 
under section 104(b)(4) of title 23, United States Code, may not be 
used on a facility for which tolls are being collected under the 
program.
    (h) Program Term.--The Secretary may approve an application of a 
State for permission to collect a toll under this section only if the 
application is received by the Secretary before the last day of the 10-
year period beginning on the date of enactment of this Act.
    (i) Interstate System Defined.--In this section, the term 
``Interstate System'' has the meaning such term has under section 101 
of title 23, United States Code.
    (j) Report.--Not later than September 30, 2011, the Secretary shall 
transmit to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the 
House of Representatives and the Committee on Environment and Public 
Works of the Senate a report on traffic congestion on, pavement wear 
of, and incidence of accidents, injuries, and fatalities on public 
roads adjacent to toll facilities established under this section and 
section 1604.
    (k) Repeal.--Section 1216(b) of the Transportation Equity Act for 
the 21st Century (23 U.S.C. 129 note; 112 Stat. 212) is repealed.

SEC. 1604. INTERSTATE SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION TOLL PILOT PROGRAM.

    (a) Establishment.--The Secretary shall establish and implement an 
Interstate System construction toll pilot program under which the 
Secretary, notwithstanding sections 129 and 301 of title 23, United 
States Code, may permit a State or an interstate compact of States to 
collect tolls on a highway, bridge, or tunnel on the Interstate System 
for the purpose of constructing Interstate highways.
    (b) Limitation on Number of Facilities.--The Secretary may permit 
the collection of tolls under this section on 3 facilities on the 
Interstate System.
    (c) Eligibility.--To be eligible to participate in the pilot 
program, a State shall submit to the Secretary an application that 
contains, at a minimum, the following:
            (1) An identification of the facility on the Interstate 
        System proposed to be a toll facility.
            (2) In the case of a facility that affects a metropolitan 
        area, an assurance that the metropolitan planning organization 
        designated under chapter 52 of title 49, United States Code, 
        for the area has been consulted concerning the placement and 
        amount of tolls on the facility.
            (3) An analysis demonstrating that financing the 
        construction of the facility with the collection of tolls under 
        the pilot program is the most efficient and economical way to 
        advance the project.
            (4) A facility management plan that includes--
                    (A) a plan for implementing the imposition of tolls 
                on the facility;
                    (B) a schedule and finance plan for the 
                construction of the facility using toll revenues;
                    (C) a description of the public transportation 
                agency that will be responsible for implementation and 
                administration of the pilot program;
                    (D) a description of whether consideration will be 
                given to privatizing the maintenance and operational 
                aspects of the facility, while retaining legal and 
                administrative control of the portion of the Interstate 
                route; and
                    (E) such other information as the Secretary may 
                require.
    (d) Selection Criteria.--The Secretary may approve the application 
of a State under subsection (c) only if the Secretary determines that--
            (1) the State's analysis under subsection (c)(3) is 
        reasonable;
            (2) the State plan for implementing tolls on the facility 
        takes into account the interests of local, regional, and 
        interstate travelers;
            (3) the State plan for construction of the facility using 
        toll revenues is reasonable;
            (4) the State will develop, manage, and maintain a system 
        that will automatically collect the tolls; and
            (5) the State has given preference to the use of a public 
        toll agency with demonstrated capability to build, operate, and 
        maintain a toll expressway system meeting criteria for the 
        Interstate System.
    (e) Prohibition on Noncompete Agreements.--Before the Secretary may 
permit a State to participate in the pilot program, the State must 
enter into an agreement with the Secretary that provides that the State 
will not enter into an agreement with a private person under which the 
State is prevented from improving or expanding the capacity of public 
roads adjacent to the toll facility to address conditions resulting 
from traffic diverted to such roads from the toll facility, including--
            (1) excessive congestion;
            (2) pavement wear; and
            (3) an increased incidence of traffic accidents, injuries, 
        or fatalities.
    (f) Limitations on Use of Revenues; Audits.--Before the Secretary 
may permit a State to participate in the pilot program, the State must 
enter into an agreement with the Secretary that provides that--
            (1) all toll revenues received from operation of the toll 
        facility will be used only for--
                    (A) debt service;
                    (B) reasonable return on investment of any private 
                person financing the project; and
                    (C) any costs necessary for the improvement of and 
                the proper operation and maintenance of the toll 
                facility, including reconstruction, resurfacing, 
                restoration, and rehabilitation of the toll facility; 
                and
            (2) regular audits will be conducted to ensure compliance 
        with paragraph (1) and the results of such audits will be 
        transmitted to the Secretary.
    (g) Limitation on Use of Interstate Maintenance Funds.--During the 
term of the pilot program, funds apportioned for Interstate maintenance 
under section 104(b)(4) of title 23, United States Code, may not be 
used on a facility for which tolls are being collected under the 
program.
    (h) Program Term.--The Secretary may approve an application of a 
State for permission to collect a toll under this section only if the 
application is received by the Secretary before the last day of the 10-
year period beginning on the date of enactment of this Act.
    (i) Interstate System Defined.--In this section, the term 
``Interstate System'' has the meaning such term has under section 101 
of title 23, United States Code.

SEC. 1605. SPECIAL RULES RELATING TO STATE INFRASTRUCTURE BANK PROGRAM.

    (a) Interstate Compacts.--Section 189 of title 23, United States 
Code, as amended by section 1602(a) of this Act, is amended by 
inserting after subsection (b) the following:
    ``(c) Interstate Compacts.--
            ``(1) In general.--Congress grants consent to 2 or more of 
        the States, entering into a cooperative agreement under 
        subsection (a) with the Secretary for the establishment by such 
        States of a multi-State infrastructure bank in accordance with 
        this section, to enter into an interstate compact establishing 
        such bank in accordance with this section.
            ``(2) Reservation of rights.--The right to alter, amend or 
        repeal interstate compacts entered into under this subsection 
        is expressly reserved.''.
    (b) Applicability of Federal Law.--Section 189 of title 23, United 
States Code, as amended by section 1602(a) of this Act, is further 
amended by inserting after subsection (g) the following:
    ``(h) Applicability of Federal Law.--
            ``(1) In general.--The requirements of this title and title 
        49 that would otherwise apply to funds made available under 
        this title or such title and projects assisted with those funds 
        shall apply to--
                    ``(A) funds made available under this title or such 
                title and contributed to an infrastructure bank 
                established under this section, including the non-
                Federal contribution required under subsection (g); and
                    ``(B) projects assisted by the bank through the use 
                of the funds;
        except to the extent that the Secretary determines that any 
        requirement of such title (other than sections 113 and 114 of 
        this title and section 5333 of title 49), is not consistent 
        with the objectives of this section.
            ``(2) Repayments.--The requirements of this title and title 
        49 shall apply to repayments from non-Federal sources to an 
        infrastructure bank from projects assisted by the bank. Such a 
        repayment shall be considered to be Federal funds.''.

                   Subtitle G--High Priority Projects

SEC. 1701. HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS PROGRAM.

    (a) Authorization of High Priority Projects.--Section 117(a) of 
title 23, United States Code, is amended by striking ``1602 of the 
Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century'' and inserting ``1701 
of the Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users''.
    (b) Allocation Percentages.--Section 117(b) of such title is 
amended by striking paragraphs (1) through (6) and inserting the 
following:
            ``(1) 22.4 percent of such amount shall be available for 
        obligation beginning in fiscal year 2005;
            ``(2) 20.2 percent of such amount shall be available for 
        obligation beginning in fiscal year 2006;
            ``(3) 19.3 percent of such amount shall be available for 
        obligation beginning in fiscal year 2007;
            ``(4) 19.7 percent of such amount shall be available for 
        obligation beginning in fiscal year 2008; and
            ``(5) 18.4 percent of such amount shall be available for 
        obligation beginning in fiscal year 2009.''.
    (c) Federal Share.--Section 117(c) of such title is amended by 
striking ``; except'' and all that follows through ``cost thereof''.
    (d) Advance Construction.--Section 117(e) of such title is amended 
by striking ``1602 of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st 
Century'' each place it appears and inserting ``1701 of the 
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users''.
    (e) Availability of Obligation Limitation.--Section 117(g) of such 
title is amended by striking ``Transportation Equity Act for the 21st 
Century'' and inserting ``Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for 
Users''.
    (f) Federal-State Relationship.--Section 145(b) of such title is 
amended--
            (1) by inserting after ``described in'' the following: 
        ``section 1702 of the Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for 
        Users,'';
            (2) by inserting after ``for such projects by'' the 
        following: ``section 1101(a)(17) of the Transportation Equity 
        Act: A Legacy for Users,''; and
            (3) by striking ``117 of title 23, United States Code,'' 
        and inserting ``section 117 of this title,''.

SEC. 1702. PROJECT AUTHORIZATIONS.

    Subject to section 117 of title 23, United States Code, the amount 
listed for each high priority project in the following table shall be 
available (from amounts made available by section 1101(a)(17) of the 
Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users) for fiscal years 2005 
through 2009 to carry out each such project:

                         HIGH PRIORITY PROJECTS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 No.    State               Project Description                Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1        CA Construct safe access to streets for            $500,000
                 bicyclists and pedestrians including
                 crosswalks, sidewalks and traffic calming
                 measures, Covina.........................
    2        CA Develop and implement ITS master plan in      $1,500,000
                 Anaheim..................................
    3      TN   Improve circuitry on vehicle protection          $59,000
                 device installed at highway--RR crossing
                 in Athens, TN............................
    4        CA Builds a pedestrian bridge from Hiller        $2,450,000
                 Street to the Bay Trail, Belmont.........
    5      OH   Renovate and expand National Packard          $3,000,000
                 Museum and adjacent historic Packard
                 facilities...............................
    6      IL   Land acquisition for the widening of Rt.      $1,000,000
                 47 in Yorkville, IL......................
    7      NE   Interstate 80 Interchange at Pflug Road,      $2,000,000
                 Sarpy County, Nebraska...................
    8      TX   Construction of Segment #1 of Morrison        $2,000,000
                 Road for the City of Brownsville.........
    9      MI   I-96 at Latson Road Interchange               $6,000,000
                 Improvements.............................
   10      IL   Preconstruction and Construction of IL 83     $1,000,000
                 at IL 132................................
   11      TN   Add third lane on U.S. 27 (State Route 29)    $6,000,000
                 for truck-climbing lane and realignment
                 of roadway at Wolf Creek Road to Old U.S.
                 27 north of Robbins......................
   12      MI   Reconfiguration of U.S. 31 from the             $750,000
                 Manistee Basquel Bridge to Lincoln Street
                 in the city of Manistee..................
   13      AR   Bentonville, Arkansas--widen and improve I-   $1,420,000
                 540 and SH-102 Interchange...............
   14      WA   41st St. Interstate 5 Interchange Project     $4,850,000
                 in Everett...............................
   15        CA Reconstruct and deep-lift asphalt on          $5,000,000
                 various roads throughout the district in
                 Santa Barbara County.....................
   16      OK   Improving the I-35 Interchange at Milepost    $2,000,000
                 1 Near Thackerville......................
   17      NJ   Laurel Avenue Bridge replacement in           $1,000,000
                 Holmdel Township.........................
   18      OH   Construct overpass over CSX Railroad on         $460,000
                 Columbia Road (State Route 252), Olmsted
                 Falls....................................
   19      TN   Reconstruct and widen U.S. 72 from south      $1,000,000
                 of State Route 175 to State Route 57,
                 Shelby County............................
   20      NY   Construct roundabout at Oregon Road--           $475,000
                 Westbrook Dr--Red Mill Road in Town of
                 Cortlandt................................
   21      IL   Construct Bike, Pedestrian Paths, Orland        $400,000
                 Hills....................................
   22      PA   Construct I-79/Rte 3025 missing ramps at      $1,150,000
                 Jackson Township, PA.....................
   23      PR   Construction of PR 833 to PR 831. PR 831      $6,000,000
                 to PR 5. Bridge #667 PR 830, KM 2.40 PR 5
                 connector from PR 167 to intersation with
                 PR 5 and Las Cumbres Ave.................
   24      TX   Extension of SH 349 to US 87 Relief Route     $2,500,000
                 in Dawson County.........................
   25      IL   Parking facility in Peoria, IL............    $1,000,000
   26      IL   Construct Interchange on Interstate 255 at   $19,000,000
                 Dupo/Columbia............................
   27      MN   Construction and right-of-way acquisition     $4,000,000
                 for interchange at TH65 and TH242 in
                 Blaine, MN...............................
   28        CA Huntington Beach, Remove off-ramp on I-405      $500,000
                 at Beach Blvd. Construct fourth lane on I-
                 405 North, at the Beach Blvd. interchange
   29      TN   Addition of an interchange on I-40 in         $3,000,000
                 Roane County at Buttermilk Road and I-40.
   30      NY   Purchase Three Ferries and Establish         $15,000,000
                 System for Ferry Service from Rockaway
                 Peninsula to Manhattan...................
   31      IL   Reconstruction of Mockingbird Lane and        $2,000,000
                 Stratford St, Granite City...............
   32      FL   Construction a new multi-lane tunnel below      $500,000
                 the channel to link the Port of Miami on
                 Dodge Island with I-395 on Watson Island
                 and I-95 in Downtown Miami...............
   33      MD   Rehabilitation of West Baltimore Trail and      $900,000
                 Implementation of Pedestrian Improvements
                 Along Associated Roadways................
   34      TN   Removal and Reconfiguration of Interstate     $3,000,000
                 Ramps--I-240, Memphis....................
   35        CA Replace structurally unsafe Winters Bridge    $2,000,000
                 for vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians
                 between Yolo and Solano Counties.........
   36      IL   City of Havana, Illinois Upgrades to            $952,572
                 Broadway Street..........................
   37      MN   Construction of Gitchi-Gami State Trail         $900,000
                 from Cascade River to Grand Marais.......
   38      LA   Develop master transportation plan for the      $500,000
                 New Orleans Regional Medical Center......
   39      VA   Final Design and Construction for             $1,000,000
                 improvements at I-64 and City Line Road,
                 Virginia Beach and Chesapeake............
   40      MA   Replacement of Cross Street Bridge            $1,000,000
                 spanning flood prone Aberjona River,
                 Winchester...............................
   41       NC  Construction of and improvement to I-73, I-  $11,000,000
                 74, U.S. 220 in Montgomery and Randolph
                 Counties, NC.............................
   42      IA   Access and transportation enhancements to     $2,000,000
                 access Lake Belva Deer, Sigourney........
   43        CA Roadway surface improvements, street            $800,000
                 lighting, and storm drain improvements to
                 South Center Street from Baughman Road to
                 State Route 78/86, Westmorland...........
   44      TX   Construct two connectors between SH 288       $5,000,000
                 and Beltway 8............................
   45      NY   Implement Central NY highway grade            $2,000,000
                 crossing and grade separation project....
   46        CA Douglas St. Improvements, El Segundo......    $4,000,000
   47      MA   Reconstruction of Massachusetts Avenue        $2,000,000
                 including safety improvements and related
                 pedestrian, bike way in Arlington........
   48      NY   Reconstruction of Rt 5, 8, 12 (North South    $1,000,000
                 Arterial) Burrstone Rd. to Oriskany
                 Circle, City of Utica....................
   49      OK   Construction of Norman highway-rail Grade     $2,000,000
                 Separation...............................
   50      PA   Construction of the Montour Trail, Great      $2,000,000
                 Allegheny Passage........................
   51        CA Route 1 San Pedro Creek Bridge replacement    $3,000,000
                 in Pacifica..............................
   52      MI   South Lyon, 2nd St. between Warren and          $125,000
                 Haggadorn................................
   53      PA   Street improvements, Abington Township....    $2,000,000
   54      IA   Study of a direct link to I 80, Pella.....      $500,000
   55      TN   Sweetwater, TN Improving Vehicle                 $96,000
                 Efficiencies at At-Grade highway-railroad
                 Crossings................................
   56      OR   Construct bike/pedestrian path, Powers....      $440,000
   57      IL   IL 6 to I-180--Phase 2 study and land         $2,000,000
                 acquisition..............................
   58      FL   Construct a new bridge at Indian Street,      $1,000,000
                 Martin County............................
   59      GA   Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and        $500,000
                 add landscaping in downtown Glennville...
   60      LA   Continue planning and construction of the     $1,900,000
                 New Orleans Regional Planning Commission
                 Mississippi River trail in St. John,
                 Plaquemines St. Bernard and St. Charles
                 parishes.................................
   61      MO   Road widening and curb and gutter             $3,000,000
                 improvements on Hwy 33 in Kearney........
   62      TX   The SH146, Port Rd direct connectors         $13,200,000
                 allows traffic bypass several rail lines
                 & traffic signals at, near intersection
                 of SH146 and Port Rd.....................
   63      UT   Reconstruct South Moore Cut-off Road in       $7,500,000
                 Emery County.............................
   64      PA   Improvements to exits along Interstate 81     $8,200,000
                 in Franklin County, PA--Antrim Road......
   65      OH   Plan and construct the Southeast Arterial     $5,000,000
                 Connector highway at Delaware, Ohio......
   66      TN   To construct transportation enhancements      $8,000,000
                 on a multi-faceted greenway in downtown
                 Columbia on the Duck River...............
   67      RI   New Interchange constructed from I-195 to     $5,800,000
                 Taunton and Warren Avenue in East
                 Providence...............................
   68      NY   Town of Chester reconstruction of Walton         $80,000
                 Lake Estates subdivision and related
                 roads....................................
   69       NC  Extend M.L. King Jr. Boulevard in Monroe..    $2,000,000
   70      NY   Town of Fishkill Old Glenham Road (aka          $325,500
                 Washington Ave) reconstruction...........
   71      PA   U.S. Route 13 Corridor Reconstruction,        $4,000,000
                 Redevelopment and Beautification, Bucks
                 County...................................
   72      NY   Rochester & Southern Highway-Rail Grade       $1,500,000
                 Crossing Bypass, Silver Springs, New York
   73      IL   Upgrade streets in the City of Rushville,     $1,000,000
                 IL.......................................
   74      MO   Construct 2 lanes on Chouteau Trafficway      $2,000,000
                 from MO 210 to I-35......................
   75      AZ   US 60 to Gonzalez Pass....................    $3,500,000
   76      LA   Interstate lighting system (I 10 and LA         $300,000
                 93)......................................
   77      GU   Reconstruct Hagatna River Bridges,            $6,600,000
                 Municipality of Hagatna..................
   78      WA   SR 704 Cross-Base Highway, Spanaway Loop      $1,500,000
                 Road to SR 7.............................
   79      NY   Village of Brewster Main Street and Route       $975,000
                 6 related construction and improvements..
   80      PA   Design and construct relocation of US 11      $5,680,000
                 between Ridge Hill and Hempt Roads.......
   81      VA   Improve Route 42 (Main Street) in               $500,000
                 Bridgewater, Virginia....................
   82      NY   Construction of Route 59 Palisades            $1,000,000
                 Interstate Parkway to Route 303..........
   83      IL   Improve University Drive, Macomb..........      $500,000
   84        CA Adams Street Rehabilitation Project,            $388,000
                 Glendale.................................
   85      NY   Construct grade separation-interchange        $1,450,000
                 between Taconic Parkway and Pudding
                 Street...................................
   86      IA   Construction of 100th St interchange on I-    $1,000,000
                 35--80, Urbandale........................
   87      MO   Lewis and Clark Expressway................    $2,000,000
   88      PA   Mercer County, PA I-79 and PA 208             $3,000,000
                 Interchange Improvement Project..........
   89      WA   Plan to relieve traffic until North-South       $550,000
                 freeway HWY 2............................
   90        CA San Diego River Multiuse Bicycle and            $500,000
                 Pedestrian Path..........................
   91      PA   Construction of the Lafayette Street         $10,400,000
                 extension project in Montgomery County,
                 PA.......................................
   92      NJ   Construct new ramps between I-295 and         $5,000,000
                 Route 42.................................
   93      PA   Construct S.R. 29 Wal-mart to River           $1,700,000
                 Betterment, Eaton Tunkhannock, Wyoming
                 County...................................
   94      WV   Construct Shawnee Parkway.................    $1,100,000
   95      FL   Improve pedestrian and bicycle sidewalks,       $600,000
                 lighting, and ADA ramps--Main Street,
                 Canal Street, Miramar....................
   96      MN   Reconstruct CSAH 19 from CSAH 36 to CSAH        $200,000
                 2, Morrison County.......................
   97      TN   Develop trails, bike paths and                  $250,000
                 recreational facilities on Bird Mountain,
                 Morgan County for Cumberland Trail State
                 Park.....................................
   98      MN   Lyndale Avenue Bridge, Richfield..........   $13,000,000
   99      MI   Provide a bypass around the Village of          $100,000
                 Almont during M-53 reconstruction which
                 is contiguous with Macomb County.........
  100      NY   Town of Wallkill new construction road-       $1,000,000
                 tunnel under Rt. 17......................
  101      NY   Village of Cold Spring Main Street and          $820,000
                 ancillary road and sidewalk improvements.
  102      IL   West Ridge Nature Preserve, Chicago.......    $3,000,000
  103      TN   widen Campbell Station Road in Knoxville,     $1,800,000
                 TN.......................................
  104      AL   Widen Hwy. 84 to 4 lanes west of I-65 from    $6,000,000
                 Evergreen to Monroeville and beyond to
                 the State of AL line.....................
  105      MS   Widen State Highway 57 from I-10 through      $6,000,000
                 Vancleave................................
  106      WA   Widening SR 527 from 2 lanes to 5 from        $1,500,000
                 Bothell to Mill Creek....................
  107      OH   Construct proposed connection SR 207, SR      $2,000,000
                 104, and US 23 in Ross County............
  108      MI   Construct improvements to Finkbeiner Road     $4,400,000
                 from Patterson Road to Whitneyville Road
                 in Barry County, and new bridge over
                 Thornapple River.........................
  109      PA   York Road improvements from Horsham Road      $1,250,000
                 to Summit Avenue, Borough of Hatboro.....
  110      OH   Construct Highland Road pedestrian path         $612,000
                 and intersection improvements at Highland
                 and Bishop Roads in the City of Highland
                 Heights, OH..............................
  111      WI   Reconstruct Wisconsin State Highway 21 at     $3,000,000
                 I-94 interchange.........................
  112      MN   Safety improvements and intersection          $1,800,000
                 enhancements of TH 95 and TH 169,
                 Princeton................................
  113      NY   Wading River Bicycle and Pedestrian           $1,200,000
                 Project in Riverhead.....................
  114      FL   Widen County Line Road (CR 578) from          $6,000,000
                 Suncoast Parkway to US 41 to four lanes..
  115      IL   Improve Great River Road, Warsaw..........      $750,000
  116      WA   SR 518 3rd lane construction, King County.    $2,000,000
  117      FL   Construct East Central Regional Rail Trail    $1,000,000
                 in Volusia County, Florida...............
  118      MO   Y Highway US 71 to MO 58, Cass County.....    $2,000,000
  119      WY   WYO 59 Reconstruction.....................    $2,000,000
  120      LA   Plan and construct bike/pedestrian            $4,000,000
                 crossings of Washington-Palmetto Canal in
                 the vicinity of Xavier University, New
                 Orleans..................................
  121       NC  Winston-Salem Northern Beltway, Eastern       $5,000,000
                 Section and Extension, NC................
  122        CA Willow and Herndon Traffic Flow                 $300,000
                 Improvements, City of Clovis, California.
  123      MO   US 71 at Y Highway North and Southbound       $2,000,000
                 Ramps....................................
  124        CA Will add landscaping enhancements along       $2,900,000
                 the Ronald Reagan Freeway Route 118 for
                 aesthetic purposes.......................
  125       NC  Widens US 29 Business Freeway Drive from     $10,000,000
                 South Scales St. to NC 14 in Rockingham
                 County...................................
  126      PA   Widening, rechannelization, signalization       $800,000
                 to 2nd ave and Bates street, replace
                 Elisa Furnace bridge over Bates Street...
  127      KS   Resurfacing, grading, replacing guardrails      $784,000
                 & adding shoulders to Highway 77 in Geary
                 Cty, to accommodate expected traffic
                 increase.................................
  128      MO   Widening, curb and gutter improvements on     $3,000,000
                 Hwy 92 as part of Hwy 33 redevelopment
                 project in Kearney.......................
  129      IL   Construct streetscape along Morse avenue      $2,000,000
                 from Clark street to Sheridan road,
                 Chicago..................................
  130       SC  Build extension of North Rhett Boulevard      $7,000,000
                 from Liberty Hall Road to US 176 in SC...
  131      NH   Construct and upgrade intersection of         $1,000,000
                 Route 3 and Franklin Industrial Drive in
                 Franklin.................................
  132      GA   Construct Waycross East Bypass from US 84     $3,200,000
                 in Pierce County, Georgia to US 1 in Ware
                 County, Georgia..........................
  133      NY   Design and Construction of a                  $1,500,000
                 transportation enhancement project at the
                 Erie Canal Aqueduct in downtown Rochester
  134        CA Improvement of intersection at Balboa           $500,000
                 Blvd. and San Fernando Rd................
  135      TN   Impove Vehicle Efficiencies at highway At-       $99,000
                 Grade Railroad Crossing in Athens, TN....
  136      WI   Develop pedestrian and bike connections       $2,100,000
                 that link to Hank Aaron State Trail in
                 Milwaukee................................
  137      AK   Keystone Drive Road Improvements..........    $1,000,000
  138      GA   Pedestrian and streetscape improvements,        $400,000
                 Ellaville................................
  139      NY   Construct and improve pedestrian access on    $2,000,000
                 Main Street in Hempstead.................
  140      IL   Preconstruction activities IL 336 from        $2,000,000
                 Macomb to Peoria.........................
  141      OH   Purchase of right-of-ways for construction      $500,000
                 of pedestrian and bicycle improvements in
                 the City of Aurora, OH...................
  142      IL   Replacement of bridge on Harlem Avenue,       $1,000,000
                 The Village of River Forest..............
  143        CA State Route 86S and Ave 66 highway safety     $4,500,000
                 grade separation.........................
  144      IL   Construct Bissel Street Roadway Connector,    $1,000,000
                 Tri-City Regional Port District..........
  145        CT Improve Route 1 between East Avenue and       $2,000,000
                 Belden Avenue, Norwalk, CT...............
  146      IA   Central IA Trail Loop, bicycle and            $1,000,000
                 pedestrian, Ankeny to Woodward section...
  147      MI   Chippewa County, Upgrade Tilson Road          $1,000,000
                 between M-28 South to intersection of M-
                 48 at Rudyard............................
  148      WA   Coal Creek Parkway Bridge Replacement,        $1,000,000
                 Newcastle WA.............................
  149      PA   Complete gaps in the Pittsburgh Riverfront      $750,000
                 Trail Network including the Hot Metal
                 Bridge...................................
  150      TX   Construct passing lanes on Texas State          $797,000
                 Highway 16 in Atascosa County............
  151      TX   Construct street and drainage improvements      $250,000
                 to road system in Encinal................
  152      MN   Environmental assessment and right of way     $2,000,000
                 acquisition at US 52 and CSAH 24
                 Interchange, Cannon Falls, Goodhue Cnty,
                 MN.......................................
  153      NY   Construction for Peace Bridge                $10,000,000
                 Redevelopment Project, Buffalo...........
  154      MN   Construct recreational visitor center on      $1,300,000
                 the Mesabi Trail, City of Virginia.......
  155      NE   Engineering, right-of-way and construction      $500,000
                 of the 23rd Street Viaduct in Fremont,
                 Nebraska.................................
  156      MN   Phase III of Devil Track Road Project,        $1,200,000
                 Cook County..............................
  157      ME   Relocation of southbound on-ramp to I-95      $1,500,000
                 at exit 184, Bangor......................
  158      MA   Construct access roads to Hospital Hill       $2,000,000
                 project in Northampton, MA...............
  159      IN   Construct interchange for 146th St. and I-    $3,000,000
                 69, Hamilton County, Indiana.............
  160      NY   Design & Construct a Bicycle and                $950,000
                 Pedestrian Walkway along the
                 Decommissioned Putnam Rail Line..........
  161      AK   False Pass Road construction from small       $3,000,000
                 boat harbor dock to airport and town.....
  162      IL   Improve North Illinois St and related         $6,937,000
                 roads, Belleville........................
  163      AR   Construction of I-49, Highway 71: Arkansas    $9,000,000
                 portion of Bella Vista Bypass............
  164      NM   Coors--I-40 Interchange Reconstruction,      $17,000,000
                 Albuquerque..............................
  165      GA   Extend the south Toccoa Bypass east of        $2,900,000
                 Toccoa to CR 311, four lanes for
                 approximately 5.7 miles on new location..
  166      TX   Construct SH 183 from SH 360 to Belt Line     $2,000,000
                 Road in Irving, Texas....................
  167        CA Construct pedestrian, bicycle and ADA           $300,000
                 accessible boardwalks at the Pismo Beach
                 Promenade in San Luis Obispo County......
  168      TX   SH 44 E of Alice near SH 359 to US 281,       $2,000,000
                 Jim Wells County.........................
  169      AR   Conway Western Loop--For engineering,           $500,000
                 rights-of-way, relocations, and continued
                 planning and design......................
  170      PA   For design, land & ROW acquisition, &         $1,000,000
                 construction of a parking facility and
                 associated activities in the City of
                 Wilkes-Barre.............................
  171      TN   Hawkins County, Tennessee SR-31               $1,000,000
                 reconstruction...........................
  172      WI   Reconstruct US Highway 41--STH 67               $650,000
                 interchange (Dodge County, Wisconsin)....
  173      MA   Reconstruct Route 24/Route 140               $14,750,000
                 Interchange, replace bridge and ramps,
                 widen and extend acceleration and
                 deceleration lanes.......................
  174      OR   Study landslides on U.S. Hwy. 20 between      $1,000,000
                 Cascadia and Santiam Pass to develop long-
                 term repair strategy.....................
  175      MS   Upgrade Alex Gates Road and Walnut Road in    $1,750,000
                 Quitman County, and roads in Falcon,
                 Sledge and Lambert.......................
  176      IL   Upgrades for Muller Road in the City of         $280,000
                 Washington, IL...........................
  177      AL   Construction of Valleydale Road Flyover       $6,000,000
                 and widening and improvements from U.S.
                 31 to I-65 (Shelby County Rd 17).........
  178      MS   Upgrade roads in Beauregard (U.S. Hwy 51),    $1,000,000
                 Crystal Springs (U.S. Hwy 51 and I-55),
                 and Hazelhurst (U.S. Hwy 51 and I-55),
                 Copiah County............................
  179      NY   Westchester County, NY Rehabilitation of        $650,000
                 June Road Town of North Salem............
  180        CA Implement streetscape improvements on         $1,200,000
                 segments of Laurel Canyon Blvd. and
                 Victory Blvd. in North Hollywood.........
  181      OH   Construct loop road along US 23 in City of    $8,700,000
                 Fostoria, Seneca County..................
  182      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, &       $2,000,000
                 construction of street improvements,
                 parking, safety enhancements & roadway
                 redesign in Nanticoke....................
  183      LA   Improve Ralph Darden Memorial Parkway           $350,000
                 Between LA 182 and Martin Luther King
                 Road, St. Mary Parish....................
  184        CA Reconstruct segments of Hollister Avenue      $2,500,000
                 between San Antonio Road and State Route
                 154 in Santa Barbara County..............
  185      NY   Reconstruction of Schenck Avenue from         $5,000,000
                 Jamaica Avenue to Flatlands Avenue,
                 Brooklyn.................................
  186        CO Construct Wadsworth Interchange over US 36    $2,000,000
                 in Broomfield............................
  187      NY   Enhance Battery Park Bikeway Perimeter,       $2,000,000
                 New York City............................
  188      FL   I-95 Interchange in the City of Boca Raton   $14,250,000
  189      NJ   Construct Long Valley Bypass..............    $1,000,000
  190      MI   Alpena County, Resurface 3.51 miles of          $640,000
                 Hamilton and Wessel Roads................
  191        CA Construct a 2.8 mile bikeway along Lambert    $2,500,000
                 Road from Mills Ave. to Valley Home Ave.
                 in the City of Whittier, CA..............
  192      TX   Hidalgo County Loop.......................    $1,000,000
  193      ME   Improvements to Route 108 to enhance          $1,500,000
                 access to business park, Rumford.........
  194      NY   Installation of new turning lane from           $425,000
                 Mohansic Ave onto eastbound Route 202, &
                 addition of new striped crosswalk........
  195      NY   Rockland County Hudson River Greenway         $2,000,000
                 Trail Project construction...............
  196      TX   Construct a segment of FM 110 in San          $1,000,000
                 Marcos...................................
  197      TX   Big Spring, TX Construction of the Big        $2,800,000
                 Spring Reliever Route....................
  198      NY   Improvements to Intermodal Transportation     $2,800,000
                 Facility and Construction of Waterfront
                 Esplanade at Fort Totten.................
  199      PA   Reconstruction and repair of Haverford          $300,000
                 Ave. Between 68th St. and Lansdowne Ave..
  200      ND   Bismarck/Mandan Liberty Memorial Bridge      $30,000,000
                 over the Missouri River..................
  201      WI   City of Glendale, WI. Develop and             $3,000,000
                 rehabilitate exit ramps on I-43, and
                 improvements at West Silver Spring Dr.
                 and North Port Washington Rd.............
  202      TX   Construction of Lake Ridge and US 67          $3,000,000
                 Project, Cedar Hill, TX..................
  203      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 including in the vicinity of PS K277.....
  204      WI   Resurface USH 8 between CTH C and Monico..    $1,100,000
  205      PA   South Phila. Access Rd. Design and            $3,000,000
                 construction of port access road from
                 South Phila Port and intermodal
                 facilities, Philadelphia.................
  206      NY   Implement ITS system and apparatus to           $100,000
                 enhance citywide truck route system on
                 Broadway to Irwin Ave between 232 to 231
                 in the neighborhood of Kingsbridge, NY...
  207      PA   SR 219 Purchase of Right of Way and          $17,000,000
                 completion of four lane extension from
                 the Town of Somerset to the Maryland
                 border...................................
  208      WI   Expand USH 41 between Oconto and Peshtigo,    $2,000,000
                 Wisconsin (Oconto and Marinette Counties,
                 Wisconsin)...............................
  209      IA   Study for NE Beltway, Polk Co.............      $500,000
  210      NY   This project involves a full                  $2,400,000
                 reconstruction of all the streets in Long
                 Island City surrounding 11th Street......
  211      AZ   Upgrade and Widen SR85 to I-10 (Mileposts     $1,500,000
                 120-141).................................
  212      MS   Upgrade Dog Pen Road and Galilee Road in      $1,000,000
                 Holmes County, and roads in Cruger,
                 Pickens, and Goodman.....................
  213      GA   U.S. 19/SR92 median work from Ellis RD to     $1,500,000
                 West Taylor ST, Griffin..................
  214      MS   Upgrade roads at Coahoma Community            $1,500,000
                 College, and roads in Coahoma and
                 Jonestown, Coahoma County................
  215      IN   Construction of Dixon Road from Markland        $500,000
                 Avenue to Judson Road in Kokomo, Indiana.
  216        CA Construction of Cross Vally Connector         $5,000,000
                 between I-5 and SR 14....................
  217      MA   State Street Corridor Redevelopment           $6,000,000
                 Project includes street resurfacing,
                 pedestrian walkway improvements and
                 ornate lighting from Main Street to St.
                 Michael's Cemetery, Springfield..........
  218      MI   Resurfacing of Stephenson Highway in            $350,000
                 Madison Heights..........................
  219        CA Soundwall construction on the 210 Freeway,    $1,800,000
                 Pasadena.................................
  220      GA   Streetscape-Ashburn.......................      $250,000
  221      NY   Design, Study and Construct Ferry Terminal    $2,000,000
                 Facilities at Floyd Bennett Field........
  222      WI   Improve Superior Avenue: Interstate 43 to     $1,000,000
                 State Highway 32, Sheboygan County,
                 Wisconsin................................
  223      TX   Design and construction streetscape           $1,000,000
                 improvements to enhance pedestrian
                 access, pedestrian access to bus services
                 and facilities...........................
  224      IL   Upgrade roads, The Village of Berkeley....    $1,000,000
  225      GA   Upgrade sidewalks and lighting,                 $400,000
                 Wrightsville.............................
  226      PA   Upgrades to Bedford Route 220 at the          $2,100,000
                 entrance of the Bedford Business Park to
                 Beldon Ridge intersection................
  227      MI   Widen Baldwin Road from Morgan to Waldon      $4,000,000
                 in Orion Township........................
  228      FL   Construct Saxon Boulevard Extension,          $2,100,000
                 Volusia County, Florida..................
  229      NY   Construction and rehabilitation of East       $1,020,000
                 and West Gates Avenues in the Village of
                 Lindenhurst, NY..........................
  230      TN   Widen Interstate 240 from Interstate 55 to    $1,000,000
                 Interstate 40 West of Memphis, Shelby
                 County...................................
  231      NJ   Rahway River Corridor Greenway Bicycle and    $1,500,000
                 Pedestrian Path, South Orange............
  232        CT Reconstruct Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge,     $2,000,000
                 New Haven................................
  233      PA   Development of Northwest Lancaster County       $250,000
                 River Trail..............................
  234        CA Widen SR 89 at existing mousehole two lane    $3,534,680
                 RR underpass.............................
  235      LA   Construct Mississippi River Trail and           $500,000
                 Bikepath, New Orleans....................
  236      NY   Utica Marsh-Reestablish Water Street......    $2,650,000
  237      AR   Widen to 5 lanes, improvement, and other      $3,200,000
                 development to U.S. Highway 79 B/
                 Univeristy Ave. in Pine Bluff............
  238      WA   SR 9 & 20th St. SE Intersection               $1,000,000
                 Reconstruction in Snohomish County.......
  239      OH   Streetscape and related safety                  $350,000
                 improvements to US 20 in Painesville
                 Township, OH.............................
  240      PA   Design, construct intersection and other      $1,000,000
                 upgrades on PA 24 and 124 in York County,
                 PA.......................................
  241      WA   Issaquah Historical Society, Issaquah           $250,000
                 Valley Trolley Project...................
  242      IL   Construct new bridge on Illinois Prairie        $300,000
                 Path over East Branch River in Milton
                 Township, IL.............................
  243      TN   Plan and construct improvements,                 $50,000
                 Livingston public square.................
  244      GA   Construction on US 82 from Dawson to          $1,000,000
                 Alabama Line.............................
  245      IA   Construct I-74 Bridge in Bettendorf, IA...    $1,500,000
  246        CA Operations and management improvements,       $1,000,000
                 including ITS technologies, on U.S.
                 Highway 101 in Santa Barbara County......
  247      OH   Plan and construct new interchange on         $5,000,000
                 Interstate 71 at Big Walnut Road in
                 Delaware County, Ohio....................
  248      PA   Design and construct access to intermodal     $2,000,000
                 facility in York County..................
  249      WA   Complete preliminary engineering and          $3,000,000
                 environmental analysis for SR 14 through
                 Camas and Washougal......................
  250      UT   Construct Bingham Junction Boulevard in       $7,000,000
                 Midvale City.............................
  251      MD   Construct Centreville, MD spur of Queen         $382,000
                 Annes County Cross Island Trail,
                 Centreville to US Route 301..............
  252      MN   Polk, Pennington, Marshall County 10-Ton      $5,600,000
                 Corridor in Northwestern Minnesota.......
  253        CA Quincy-Oroville Highway Rehabilitation in     $1,000,000
                 Plumas County............................
  254        CA Construct Coyote Creek Trail Project from     $2,500,000
                 Story Road to Montague Expressway in San
                 Jose.....................................
  255      TX   Construct Depression of Belt Line Road at     $6,000,000
                 I-35 E Intermodal Transportation Project
                 in Carrollton, TX........................
  256      AL   Construct Anniston Eastern Bypass from       $27,000,000
                 Golden Springs Road to US Hwy 431........
  257      NY   Construct greenway along East River           $1,250,000
                 waterfront between East River Park (ERP)
                 and Brooklyn Bridge, and reconstruct
                 South entrance to ERP, in Manhattan......
  258      NE   Construction of I-80-Cherry Avenue            $8,000,000
                 Interchange and East Bypass, Kearney,
                 Nebraska.................................
  259      MN   Corridor study, EIS, and ROW acquisition      $1,000,000
                 for a future highway and bridge over the
                 Mississippi River, City of Brainerd......
  260        CA Escondido, CA Construction of Bear Valley     $2,000,000
                 Parkway, East Valley Parkway.............
  261      AR   Junction Bridge--rehabilitation &             $1,600,000
                 conversion from rail to pedestrian use...
  262      WA   Port of Tacoma Rd.--Construct a second          $500,000
                 left turn lane for traffic from westbound
                 Pac. Hwy E. to Port of Tacoma Rd. and I-5
  263      NY   Realign Union Valley Road in Town of            $330,000
                 Carmel...................................
  264      MO   Roadway improvements to U.S. 67 in St.        $4,000,000
                 Francois County..........................
  265      FL   Homestead, FL Widening of SW 328 from SW      $7,000,000
                 137 Ave to 152 Ave.......................
  266        CA Reconstruct I-710 southern terminus off       $3,000,000
                 ramps, Long Beach........................
  267      GA   SR 4 widen from Milledgeville Road to         $4,000,000
                 Government Street, Richmond County.......
  268      TN   Develop trails, bike paths and                  $250,000
                 recreational facilities on Western Slope
                 of Black Mountain, Cumberland County for
                 Cumberland Trail State Park..............
  269      NJ   Routes 1 & 9 Secaucus Road to Broad Avenue    $1,000,000
                 in Hudson and Bergen Counties............
  270      MA   Massachusetts Avenue Reconstruction,          $5,000,000
                 Boston...................................
  271      NY   Improve Ashburton Ave. from the Saw Mill      $1,500,000
                 River Parkway to the waterfront, Yonkers.
  272      MN   Trail extensions to Mesabi Trail, City of       $294,745
                 Aurora...................................
  273      LA   I-10 Ryan Street exit ramp to include         $5,000,000
                 relocation and realignment of Lakeshore
                 Drive to include portions of Front Street
                 and or Ann Street, and to include
                 expansion of Contraband Bayou Bridge.....
  274      MI   Van Buren, Belleville Road widen to 5         $1,100,000
                 lanes between Tyler and Ecorse...........
  275      IA   Widening University Blvd, Clive...........    $1,000,000
  276      HI   Construct Waimea Bypass...................    $1,000,000
  277      IL   Widening two blocks of Poplar St from Park      $480,000
                 Ave to 13th Street, Williamson County....
  278        CA Widening the highway and reconstructing       $7,000,000
                 off ramps on Hwy 101 between Steele Lane
                 and Windsor, CA to reduce traffic and
                 promote carpools.........................
  279      WA   Granite Falls Alternate Freight Route in      $2,930,000
                 Granite Falls............................
  280      NY   Construction and rehabilitation of North        $770,000
                 Queens Avenue and Grand Avenue in the
                 Village of Lindenhurst, NY...............
  281       SC  Extension & Expansion of Lower Richland       $1,000,000
                 Roads Phase I............................
  282      OR   Kuebler Boulevard improvements, Salem.....    $1,500,000
  283       NC  Upgrade US 1 in Rockingham................   $10,000,000
  284        CA Implement Southwest San Fernando Valley       $2,300,000
                 Road and Safety Improvements.............
  285      VA   Upgrade DOT crossing #467662S to constant       $201,800
                 warning time devices.....................
  286      TX   Construct new location highway &             $16,000,000
                 interchanges on Inner Loop, from Global
                 Reach to Loop 375 including the Global
                 Reach ext., El Paso......................
  287        CA Rehabilitation, repair, and/or                $3,500,000
                 reconstruction of deficient two-lane
                 roads that connect to Interstate 5, SR
                 180, SR 41 and SR 99 countywide, Fresno
                 County...................................
  288      OH   Relocate SR 149 from 26th Street to Trough      $650,000
                 Run in Bellaire..........................
  289      WA   Auburn, Washington--M Street SE                 $500,000
                 rehabilitation between 29th Street SE and
                 37th Street SE...........................
  290      KY   Replace Bridge over Stoner Creek, 2 Miles     $1,000,000
                 East of US 27 Junction, Bourbon County...
  291      NM   Development of Paseo del Volcan corridor      $2,000,000
                 located in Sandoval County from Iris Road
                 to U.S. Highway 550......................
  292      OH   Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens to restore,         $180,000
                 expand, construct, and improve pedestrian
                 paths and bike trail system..............
  293      MS   Construct bicycle path, Petal.............      $200,000
  294      NJ   Construction of Route 206 Chester             $2,000,000
                 Township, NJ.............................
  295      IL   For IDOT to conduct Phase II engineering      $1,000,000
                 for reconstruction of 159th St-US 6-IL 7
                 in Will and Cook Counties................
  296      IL   For Will County to begin Phase II             $2,000,000
                 engineering and preconstruction
                 activities for a high level bridge
                 linking Caton Farm Road with Bruce Road..
  297        CA Study of Thomas Bridge to meet future         $2,000,000
                 cargo and passenger traffic needs of the
                 ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles......
  298      TX   US377 Hood Co., TX--From BU377H east of       $1,500,000
                 Granbury to the new location of FM 4.....
  299      IL   Construct Citywide bicycle path network,        $250,000
                 city of Evanston.........................
  300        CA Mount Vernon Avenue grade separation and      $2,000,000
                 bridge expansion in Colton...............
  301      NJ   Widening Routes 1 and 9, Production Way to      $500,000
                 East Lincoln Avenue, Union County........
  302      PA   Design, construct and upgrade interchange     $4,000,000
                 of US 15 and US 30 in Adams County.......
  303      OH   State Route 8 Improvements in Northern        $3,000,000
                 Summit County............................
  304        CO US 50 East, State Line to Pueblo..........    $7,500,000
  305      IN   Widening road (along Gordon Road, Sixth      $14,400,000
                 Street, and West Shafer Drive) to 3-lane
                 street, with sidewalk and improvements to
                 existing bridge White County/Monticello,
                 Indiana..................................
  306      OH   Widening Pleasant Valley Bagley Road (Rte     $1,000,000
                 27), Parma and Middleburg Heights........
  307      MA   Rehabilitation of I-95 Whittier Bridge--      $2,000,000
                 Amesbury and Newburyport.................
  308        CA Streetscape improvements at East 14th St-       $750,000
                 Mission Blvd in Alameda County...........
  309      NY   Construct W. 79th St Rotunda, New York        $2,000,000
                 City.....................................
  310      TX   Acquire Kelly Parkway Corridor Right-of-      $2,000,000
                 way through San Antonio..................
  311       NC  Construct new route from US 17 to US 421      $1,000,000
                 in Brunswick and New Hanover Counties....
  312      PA   Construct safety and capacity improvements      $250,000
                 to Route 309 and Old Packhouse Road......
  313      OR   Delta Ponds Bike/Pedestrian Path..........    $2,880,000
  314      FL   Hollywood US Route 1 Young Circle Safety      $2,300,000
                 Improvement..............................
  315      MI   Houghton County, Gravel and paving of           $430,000
                 remaining 3.2 miles in 5.5 mile stretch
                 of Jacobsville Rd........................
  316      PA   Improve access to Airport Connector from      $1,000,000
                 PA 283 to the terminus of the Airport
                 Connector at State Route 230 and adjacent
                 access roads.............................
  317        CA Construct one additional all purpose lane     $3,210,000
                 in each direction on I 405 and provide
                 additional capital improvements from SR
                 73 through the LA County line............
  318      IL   Improve Roads and Bridges, Cook County....    $4,000,000
  319        CA Improve traffic safety, including             $1,400,000
                 streetlights, from Queen to Barclay to
                 Los Angeles River to Riverside in Elysian
                 Valley, Los Angeles......................
  320      MI   Construction and improvements to Western      $2,300,000
                 Avenue and associated streets betweeen
                 Third Street and Terrace Street in
                 Muskegon.................................
  321      IL   Construct Reed Station Parkway Extension      $2,068,755
                 to IL Rt 3, Carbondale...................
  322      AL   Construction of Patton Island Bridge         $10,000,000
                 Corridor.................................
  323      MI   Highland, Clyde Road from Hickory Ridge to      $125,000
                 Strathcona...............................
  324      MI   Alger County, Repaving a portion of H-58      $1,600,900
                 between Sullivan Creek towards Little
                 Beaver Road..............................
  325      TX   Improvements to US 183 in Gonzales County.      $500,000
  326        CA Construct a raised landscaped median on         $400,000
                 Alondra Blvd between Clark Ave and
                 Woodruff Ave in Bellflower...............
  327      MN   Right of way acquisition for TH 23            $2,500,000
                 Paynesville Bypass.......................
  328      FL   Construct interchange improvements at I-75      $500,000
                 and University Parkway...................
  329        CO For construction and architectural            $6,000,000
                 improvements of Wadsworth Bypass (SH121)
                 Burlington Northern Railroad and
                 Grandview Grade Separation...............
  330      KS   Construction of 4-lane improvement on K-18    $2,500,000
                 in Riley County, Kansas..................
  331      NJ   Replace Rockaway Road Bridge, Randolph        $1,000,000
                 Tonwhsip, New Jersey.....................
  332      FL   Construction of paved road over existing      $3,000,000
                 unpaved roadway on SE 144th Ave from SR
                 100 to US 301, distance of 1.2 miles.....
  333      FL   Construct I-4 Frontage Rd, Volusia County,    $2,000,000
                 Florida..................................
  334      MD   Construction of Fringe and Corridor           $4,000,000
                 Parking Facility at intersection of
                 Clinton Street and Keith Avenue in
                 Baltimore................................
  335      OH   Purchase of Right of Way for                  $1,440,000
                 transportation enhancement activities in
                 Bainbridge Township, OH..................
  336      NJ   Rowan Boulevard Parking adjacent to           $1,000,556
                 Highway 322 Corridor in Glassboro
                 Township.................................
  337        CA Construct interchange on US 50 at Empire      $1,800,000
                 Ranch Road in Folsom.....................
  338      FL   Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements in the      $300,000
                 Town of Windermere, Florida..............
  339      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and              $3,000,000
                 pedestrian trail, Smyrna.................
  340        CA Santa Anita Avenue Corridor Improvement       $3,000,000
                 project, Arcadia, California.............
  341      AS   Shoreline protection and drainage             $1,000,000
                 mitigation for Nuuuli village roads......
  342      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, &         $600,000
                 construction of a connector road between
                 Pennsylvania Rt. 93 & Pennsylvania Rt.
                 309 in Hazle Township....................
  343      GA   South Tifton Bypass from US 82/SR 520 west      $500,000
                 to US 319/SR 35 east, Tift County........
  344      NJ   Streetscape and Traffic Improvement           $1,000,000
                 Project to Downtown West Orange..........
  345      NJ   Bergen County, NJ On Route 17, address        $5,500,000
                 congestion, safety, drainage,
                 maintenance, signing, access, pedestrian
                 circulation and transit access...........
  346        CA Road widening, construct bike path,           $6,500,000
                 lighting, and safety improvements on road
                 leading to Hansen Dam Recreation Area,
                 Los Angeles..............................
  347      TX   Construct additional 2 lanes to Loop 335      $3,000,000
                 in Amarillo from .3 miles West of Western
                 street to .5 miles West of Broadway......
  348      NY   Reconstruct a historic bridge crossing          $580,000
                 Maxwell Creek in the Town of Sodus, NY...
  349      NJ   Safety and operation improvements on Route    $1,200,000
                 73 in Berlin, Voorhees and Evesham.......
  350      NJ   Study and preliminary engineering designs     $1,000,000
                 for a boulevard on State Route 440 and
                 U.S. Highway Route 1 & 9, Jersey City....
  351      VA   Construction of Route 17 Dominion             $8,000,000
                 Boulevard, Chesapeake, VA................
  352      LA   Installation of proper lighting standards       $200,000
                 to illuminate inbound and outbound ramps
                 of I-10 and portions of HWY 95...........
  353      IN   Cyntheanne Rd. Interchange and Corridor       $1,000,000
                 Improvements, Town of Fishers, Indiana...
  354      ME   Plan and construct North-South Aroostook      $4,000,000
                 highways, to improve access to St. John
                 Valley, including Presque Isle Bypass and
                 other improvements.......................
  355      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and              $1,500,000
                 pedestrian trail, LaVergne...............
  356      TX   Build Arkansas Street Grade Separation in     $1,000,000
                 Laredo...................................
  357        CA Construct new left turn lane at State           $700,000
                 Route 19 and Telstar in El Monte.........
  358      NY   Meadow Drive Extension--North Tonawanda,      $2,000,000
                 New York.................................
  359        CA Reconstruct I-880 & Coleman Avenue           $10,000,000
                 Interchange & implement other I-880
                 Corridor operational improvements in
                 Santa Clara County.......................
  360      OR   Improve Millican, West Butte Road which       $2,000,000
                 connects U.S. Highway 20 with U.S.
                 Highway 126..............................
  361      VA   Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Regional        $2,000,000
                 Transportation Coordination Program......
  362      NY   Brooks Landing Transportation Improvements      $500,000
                 and Enhancement project, Rochester.......
  363      NJ   Construct CR 538 Coles Mill Road Bridge         $500,000
                 over Scotland Run, Gloucester County.....
  364      TX   Convert discontinuous two-way frontage        $5,000,000
                 roads to continuous one-way frontage
                 roads on IH 30 in Texarkana, TX..........
  365      TX   Regional bicycle routes on existing           $1,000,000
                 highways in Austin, TX...................
  366      IN   Construct Interchange at I-65 and 109th       $7,454,219
                 Avenue, Crown Point......................
  367      GA   Intersection improvement at Harris Drive        $600,000
                 at SR 42.................................
  368      IL   Engineering and construction of the East        $100,000
                 Branch DuPage River Greenway Trail in
                 central DuPage County, IL................
  369      NY   Rehabilitate a historic transporation-          $600,000
                 related warehouse on the Erie Canal in
                 the Town of Lyons, NY....................
  370      NY   Relocating Miller Highway W 59th-72 St.       $2,500,000
                 Manhattan under future expansion of
                 Riverside Park...........................
  371      MI   Allen Road under the CN Railroad Grade        $4,450,000
                 Separation, Woodhaven....................
  372      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Larksville Borough, Luzerne County....
  373      AR   Northeast Arkansas Connector (relocation      $3,000,000
                 of Highway 226)..........................
  374      NJ   Reconstruct Route 168 from Route 41 to 6th      $658,000
                 Avenue in Runnemede......................
  375      NY   Renovation of Metropolitian Avenue center     $1,700,000
                 islands..................................
  376      PA   Rt 60 Millennium Park Interchange,              $800,000
                 construct new interchange on Rt 60 to
                 provide access to new Lawrence County
                 Industrial Park..........................
  377      AR   Bentonville, Arkansas--widen Arkansas         $1,500,000
                 Highway 102 between U.S. 71B and the west
                 city limits..............................
  378      PA   Purchase of right-of-way, utilities and       $3,000,000
                 construction for Northern Access to
                 Altoona from Interstate 99, Blair County,
                 PA.......................................
  379        CA Construct Class I bike and pedestrian path      $400,000
                 from San Luis Obispo to Avila Beach......
  380      MN   Reconstruct CSAH 61 from south county line      $316,000
                 to TH 73, Moose Lake.....................
  381      AZ   Improving Lone Pine Dam Road in Navajo        $2,000,000
                 County...................................
  382      MI   Construct Road Improvements to North Henry    $2,700,000
                 St. from Vermont Ave. to Wilder Rd. Bay
                 City.....................................
  383      TX   Reconstruct I-35E Trinity River Bridge,      $15,000,000
                 Dallas...................................
  384      NY   Town of Greenville rehabilitation of            $125,000
                 Grahamtown Rd. & Burnt Corners Rd........
  385      NJ   Completion of Hudson River Waterfront         $1,000,000
                 Walkway through Stevens Institute of
                 Technology in Hoboken....................
  386       NC  Construct US 74 Bypass, Shelby, NC........    $3,000,000
  387      WA   Tukwila Urban Access Improvement Project--    $1,000,000
                 address necessary improvements to
                 Southcenter Parkway in Tukwila to relieve
                 congestion...............................
  388        CA Construction of a traffic signal at the         $125,000
                 intersection of Independence Avenue and
                 Sherman Way..............................
  389      NH   Design and construction of intersection of    $1,000,000
                 Rte 101A and Rte 13 in Milford...........
  390      NJ   Construct Rte 30--Pomona Road Intersection    $5,000,000
                 Improvements, Atlantic County............
  391        CA I-10 and Indian Ave Interchange, Palm         $2,750,000
                 Springs, CA..............................
  392      NY   Reconstruction of street, sidewalks and         $500,000
                 curbs outside of Museum of Modern Art
                 (MOMA)...................................
  393      KY   Right of way for and construction of          $3,200,000
                 Pennyrile Parkway Extension from 41A S.
                 to I-24..................................
  394      TN   Sevier County, Tennessee SR-66 widening...    $1,750,000
  395      TN   Plan and construct interchange                  $400,000
                 improvements, I-65 at Highland Road......
  396      IA   Reconstruction of NW Madrid Dr, Polk Co...    $1,000,000
  397      NH   Relocation and Reconstruction of              $1,300,000
                 intersection at Route 103 and North
                 Street in Claremont......................
  398      IL   To construct a new 2-lane road extending        $500,000
                 1650 feet north from intersection with
                 University Park Drive, Edwardsville......
  399      NY   Town of Highlands reconstruction of bridge      $225,000
                 on School Street.........................
  400      AK   Unalaska, AK Construction of AMHW ferry       $7,500,000
                 terminal including approach, staging, and
                 upland improvements......................
  401      PA   Design and construct interchange and          $3,500,000
                 related improvements to I 83 Exit 4......
  402      OR   U.S. 101 Improvements, Bandon.............    $3,300,000
  403      MI   Northwestern Highway Extension projects in    $9,100,000
                 Oakland County...........................
  404      PA   PA Route 61 safety improvements, Leesport     $3,000,000
                 Borough and Ontelaunee and Muhlenburg
                 Townships................................
  405      OH   Improve Rt 62 (Main and Town Streets)         $6,500,000
                 Bridges over Scioto River, Columbus......
  406      AK   Planning, design, and construction of a     $125,000,000
                 bridge joining the Island of Gravina to
                 the Community of Ketchikan...............
  407      MN   U.S. Trunk Highway 14 from Waseca to         $14,000,000
                 Owatonna, Minnesota......................
  408      TX   Construct Mission Trails Project Packages     $5,500,000
                 4 & 5 in San Antonio.....................
  409      MS   Upgrade Roads in Carthage, Leake County...      $200,000
  410      MI   Construct access road at intersection of         $26,000
                 Doerr Road and Schell Street to Develop
                 65-Acre of Municipal Tract of Industrial
                 Land. Village of Cass City, Tuscola
                 County...................................
  411      MS   Upgrade roads in Humphreys County               $850,000
                 Districts 1 and 5 and Isola..............
  412      IN   126th Street Project, Town of Fishers,        $1,250,000
                 Indiana..................................
  413      HI   Construct Puanaiko Street.................    $1,000,000
  414      AZ   Burro Creek section between Wikieup and       $1,000,000
                 the Santa Maria River....................
  415      PA   Conduct Environmental Impact Statement        $1,000,000
                 study for Parkway West corridor..........
  416       SC  Build Railroad Avenue Extension in            $2,000,000
                 Berkeley County, SC--SCDOT...............
  417      MD   Construct a visitors center and related       $4,700,000
                 roads serving Ft. McHenry................
  418      OH   Construction of Gracemont Street Exchange     $3,000,000
                 Interstate 77--Bethlehem Township and
                 Pike Township, Ohio......................
  419      MI   Design, Right-of-Way and Construction of     $18,400,000
                 the I-196 Chicago Drive (Baldwin Street)
                 Interchange Modificaiton, Michigan.......
  420        CA Folsom Blvd. Transportation Enhancements,     $7,000,000
                 City of Rancho Cordova...................
  421      TN   improve streetscape and pavement repair,        $300,000
                 Monroe County, TN........................
  422      TX   IH37 frontage roads in Mathis.............    $2,000,000
  423      WV   Construct New River Parkway...............    $4,500,000
  424      NY   Construct sidewalk and improvements on          $330,000
                 Broadway in the Town of Cortlandt........
  425      PA   Erie, PA Powell Avenue Bridge Replacement,    $4,000,000
                 Asbury Road Improvement Project..........
  426      VA   Liberty Street Construction in                $1,000,000
                 Martinsville, Virginia...................
  427        CA Implement streetscape project on Central      $4,000,000
                 Avenue from 103rd Street to Watts/103rd
                 Street Station, Watts....................
  428      MA   Realignments and reconstruction of a          $3,200,000
                 section of Route 32 in Palmer to the Ware
                 town line................................
  429        CA Seismic retrofit of the Golden Gate Bridge   $11,000,000
  430        CA Upgrade and extend Commerce Avenue, City      $2,000,000
                 of Concord...............................
  431      MA   Somerville Roadway Improvements...........    $2,300,000
  432      LA   Replace Almonaster Bridge, New Orleans....      $500,000
  433      IN   Upgrade Traffic Signals Phase III in the        $640,000
                 City of Muncie, Indiana..................
  434      FL   Sharpes Ferry Bridge replacement in Marion    $2,800,000
                 County...................................
  435      IA   US 34 Missouri River bridge relocation and    $2,500,000
                 replacement..............................
  436      NY   Village of Highland Falls repaving and          $150,000
                 sidewalk construction of Oak Avenue......
  437      MN   Interchange Reconstruction at CSAH 4 and      $1,000,000
                 US 169...................................
  438      IL   Development and construction of an            $6,000,000
                 interchange at Brisbin Rd and Interstate
                 80.......................................
  439      NE   Design, right-of-way and construction of     $15,000,000
                 rail-grade separations throughout
                 Nebraska as identified by Nebraska Dept.
                 of Roads.................................
  440      MO   Redesign & Reconstruction of the I-270        $2,000,000
                 Dorsett Road Interchange Complex in the
                 City of Maryland Heights.................
  441       SC  Build Berlin Myers Extension in               $8,000,000
                 Summerville, SC..........................
  442      IN   Improve 100 South, Porter County..........    $1,000,000
  443      NY   Improve safety measures at the railroad       $1,600,000
                 grade crossings on the West Short River
                 Line, Rockland County....................
  444      NJ   Street Improvements and Traffic Signal          $800,000
                 Replacement in Union City Central
                 Business District........................
  445      GA   Streetscape project to replace sidewalks        $300,000
                 in downtown Forsyth......................
  446      AK   Westside development Williamsport-Pile Bay    $5,000,000
                 Road.....................................
  447      NV   Construct Interstate 15--Las Vegas Beltway   $10,250,000
                 Interchange..............................
  448      NY   Palisades Trailway Phase 2--Rockland            $200,000
                 County, New York.........................
  449      PA   Replace a Highway Rail Grade crossing in        $500,000
                 Jeanette, PA at Wegleys Road.............
  450        CA Conduct project design and environmental      $3,500,000
                 analysis of Heritage Bridge on Heritage
                 Road linking Chula Vista to Otay Mesa....
  451      MA   Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge,         $500,000
                 MA, Design and Construction of parking
                 areas....................................
  452      NY   Reconstruct Main Street in the Town of           $90,000
                 Lewisboro................................
  453      MA   Study and analysis of Lowell Westford St.       $600,000
                 Wood St. Rourke Bridge Corridor, Lowell..
  454      OR   Highway 20, Lincoln County................    $7,000,000
  455      MN   Construction of 8th Street North: Stearns     $2,000,000
                 C.R. 120 to T.H. 15 in St. Cloud, MN.....
  456      IL   Construction of a pedestrian sidewalk           $145,000
                 along S. Chicago Street in Geneseo, IL...
  457      OH   Construct Bike and Walking Path from West       $250,000
                 210 St to Metroparks Fairview Park.......
  458      NY   Improve Bronx River Greenway 180th St Park      $800,000
                 Link to Bronx Park.......................
  459      MN   City of East Grand Forks Construct 13th St    $1,200,000
                 SE Extension.............................
  460      NY   Improvements to Clark Pl and Cherry Ln--        $370,000
                 Rt. 6 and 6 N in Putnam County...........
  461      NJ   Construct Garden State Parkway Grade         $40,000,000
                 Separation, Cape May County..............
  462      VA   High Knob Horse Trails--construction of         $750,000
                 horse riding trails and associated
                 facilities in High Knob area of Jefferson
                 National Forest..........................
  463      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and              $2,500,000
                 pedestrian trail, Cookeville.............
  464      UT   Provo, Utah Westside Connector from I-15      $1,000,000
                 to Provo Municipal Airport...............
  465        CA I-5 Santa Clarita-Los Angeles Gateway         $2,000,000
                 Improvement Project......................
  466      NY   Project will revitalize staircases used as    $1,000,000
                 streets due to steep grade of terrain in
                 areas in which they are located, the
                 Bronx....................................
  467      TX   Construct and rehabilitate pedestrian         $1,000,000
                 walkways along the Main Street Corridor
                 to improve transit-related accessibility.
  468      MD   Reconstruct East North Avenue (US Route 1)    $5,000,000
                 in Baltimore.............................
  469        CT Reconstructoin of Lakeville Center to           $895,000
                 improve pedestrian and vehicle safety at
                 the intersection of Routes 41 and 44.....
  470       SC  Widen 8 miles of S-83 (Hardscrabble Road)     $2,000,000
                 from intersection with SC Route 555
                 (Farrow Road) to Road S-54 (Langford
                 Road)....................................
  471        CA San Gabriel Blvd Rehabilitation Project--       $300,000
                 Mission Rd to Broadway, San Gabriel......
  472       NC  To plan, design, and construct the 10th       $9,000,000
                 Street Connector Project in Greenville,
                 NC.......................................
  473      OH   To widen Western Reserve Road from SR 7 to    $2,500,000
                 Hitchcock Road, Mahoning Co..............
  474      NY   Binghamton, Improve Front Street..........    $5,000,000
  475      FL   U.S. Highway 19 Bayside Segment...........    $2,000,000
  476      MI   Arenac County, Upgrade Maple Ridge Road       $1,646,000
                 from Briggs Road east to M-65............
  477      NY   Village of Highland Falls repaving and          $225,000
                 sidewalk construction of Mearns Ave......
  478      NY   Village of Nelsonville improvements,            $250,000
                 paving & sidewalk installation to North
                 Pearl St, Crown St, Pine St, & Wood Ave..
  479        CA Widen Firestone Blvd between Ryerson Blvd     $2,000,000
                 and Stewart and Gray Road in Downey......
  480        CA Construct Air Cargo Access Road to Oakland      $900,000
                 International Airport....................
  481      MD   Peer review study of conflicts between          $100,000
                 road system and light rail operations in
                 Linthicum, MD............................
  482      GA   Resurface and widen Jac-Art Road as part        $200,000
                 of the Bleckley County Development
                 Authority project........................
  483      VA   Construction of Virginia Blue Ridge Trail       $300,000
                 in Amherst County, VA....................
  484      FL   Implement NE 6th Street/Sistrunk Boulevard    $1,000,000
                 Streetscape and Enhancement Project, City
                 of Ft. Lauderdale........................
  485        CA Widen Lakewood Blvd between Telegraph Rd      $2,000,000
                 and Fifth St in Downey...................
  486      TX   Widen Motor Street thoroughfare in Dallas     $5,500,000
                 to improve accessibility to Southwestern
                 Medical District.........................
  487      MN   Construction of Gitchi-Gami State Trail,        $500,000
                 Lutsen Phase, CR 34 to Lockport store....
  488      PA   Widen of SR 309 through the Borough of        $3,000,000
                 Coopersburg to create left-turn lanes and
                 complete the Rt. 309 Corridor Improvement
                 Project..................................
  489        CA Pasadena Ave/Monterey Rd Partial Grade          $300,000
                 Separation--Preliminary Engineering--
                 Feasibility, South Pasadena..............
  490      OH   Intermodal Bikeway, Independence..........    $2,500,000
  491      MO   Widen shoulder and resurface US 136 and       $3,000,000
                 replace 2 deficient bridges between Rock
                 Port and Bethany, Missouri...............
  492      FL   S.R. 43 (U.S.301) Improvement Project--       $4,000,000
                 Ellentown to Parrish, Florida............
  493      GA   Bike and pedestrian paths and other             $800,000
                 transportation enhancements at Georgia
                 Veterans Memorial Park...................
  494      AK   Citywide pavement rehabilitation in City      $1,000,000
                 of North Pole............................
  495      GA   Replace and upgrade sidewalks, Glenwood...       $50,000
  496      NY   Bruckner blvd along Bronx River Ave, Story    $1,600,000
                 Ave to Soundview Park Greenway...........
  497      GA   Widen SR 133 from Spence Field to SR 35 in    $1,000,000
                 Colquitt County, Georgia.................
  498        CA Mariposa County, CA Improve 16 roads,         $3,500,000
                 bridge and one bike path.................
  499      LA   Upgrade highway-rail crossings at Madison       $200,000
                 Street, City of Gretna...................
  500      PA   Two-lane Extension of Bristol Road, Bucks     $2,000,000
                 County...................................
  501      TN   Widen SR30 From Athens to Etowah,             $5,758,000
                 Tennessee................................
  502      MI   Iosco County, Reconstruct Bissonette Road       $322,500
                 from Lorenz Road to Chambers Road........
  503      TX   Development of one-story 300-vehicle          $1,200,000
                 parking facility.........................
  504      WA   Design and construct improved I-182           $2,000,000
                 interchange ramps at Broadmoor Blvd. in
                 Pasco, WA................................
  505      NY   Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor      $3,250,000
                 in Lockport, NY--Transportation
                 Enhancements.............................
  506      MI   M-6 Paul Henry Freeway trail design and       $2,780,000
                 construction.............................
  507        CT Reconstruction and conversion of Union        $1,705,000
                 Station in North Canaan to establish a
                 transportation museum....................
  508      OR   Construct passing lanes on U.S. 199,          $1,827,000
                 Josephine County.........................
  509        CA Scenic preservation and run-off mitigation    $1,500,000
                 in the Santa Monica Mountains National
                 Recreation Area near PCH and US101.......
  510      IL   South Shore Drive and 67th Underpass......    $1,300,000
  511        CA Mission Boulevard/State Route 71              $4,200,000
                 Interchange--Corridor Improvements.......
  512      OR   For purchase of right of way, planning,      $11,000,000
                 design and construction of a highway,
                 Newberg..................................
  513      VA   Smith River Trail--Construction of trail        $500,000
                 along Smith River in Henry County........
  514      IL   Resurface Clifton Park Ave. and S. Louis        $400,000
                 Ave., Village of Evergreen...............
  515      NJ   University Heights Connector for                $637,000
                 improvements to First Street in Newark
                 from Sussex Street to West Market Street.
  516      GA   Broad Avenue Bridge: Albany...............      $500,000
  517        CA Caelsbad, CA Construction of Poinsettia       $2,000,000
                 Lane.....................................
  518        CA Construct pedestrian enhancements on          $2,500,000
                 Broadway in Los Angeles..................
  519      NJ   Construct Rt 56 Maurice River Bridge          $2,000,000
                 Replacement, Salem & Cumberland Counties.
  520      WA   Conduct route analysis for community             $50,000
                 pathway through Chehalis.................
  521      WA   Construct a multi-jurisdictional non-         $2,000,000
                 motorized transportation project parallel
                 to SR 99 called the Interurban Trail.....
  522      FL   Construct Downtown Bypass Roadway               $500,000
                 Connector, Lake Mary, Florida............
  523      NY   To study, design and construct the            $8,250,000
                 Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway in Red Hook,
                 Greenpoint, and the Navy Yard in Brooklyn
  524      NY   Update all county and town traffic signage      $275,000
                 in Wayne County, NY......................
  525        CA Construct Route 101 Auxiliary Lanes 3rd       $5,000,000
                 Ave in the City of San Mateo to Millbrae
                 Ave in Millbrae..........................
  526        CA Undertake Cordelia Hill Sky Valley            $3,000,000
                 transportation enhancement project,
                 including upgrade of pedestrian and
                 bicycle corridors, Solano County.........
  527      MS   Construct I-20 Interchange at Hawkins         $2,000,000
                 Crossing, Lauderdale County..............
  528      TN   Sevier, Jefferson, Cocke Counties,            $1,750,000
                 Tennessee SR-35 & U.S. 411 widening......
  529      GA   Upgrade Safety of Bicycle and Pedestrian      $3,000,000
                 Access to Public Schools, Dekalb County..
  530      OH   Construction of Safety and related              $120,000
                 improvements on Rutlege Transfer Road in
                 Vernon Township, OH......................
  531      WI   Reconstruct USH 45 in Antigo..............    $2,020,000
  532      WA   SR 2/Main Street/Old Owen Road                  $480,000
                 Intersection in Monroe...................
  533      GA   Install landscaping and upgrade lighting        $350,000
                 on Fall Line Freeway, Reynolds...........
  534      WA   Congestion relief on I-405 with added         $1,000,000
                 lanes from SR 520-SR 522 including 2
                 lanes each way from NE 85th-NE 124th.....
  535      NY   Conduct NYS 5 construction study..........       $80,000
  536      PA   Widen lanes, add left turn lanes and          $1,500,000
                 update & install traffic signals at
                 SR309, SR 4010 interchange in North
                 Whitehall Township.......................
  537      KY   Reconstruct I-64-KY 180 Interchange, Boyd     $2,000,000
                 County, Kentucky.........................
  538      TX   Widen US 271 from a 2-lane facility to a 4-   $2,000,000
                 lane divided facility from Paris, TX to
                 Pattonville, TX..........................
  539      TN   Carter County, Tennessee SR-362                 $500,000
                 reconstruction...........................
  540      OH   Construct Ohio River Trail, Anderson            $275,000
                 Township.................................
  541      MI   Delta County, CR 515 from US 2 and US 41        $320,000
                 in Rapid River to County Road 446 at Days
                 River Road-Bituminous overlay and joint
                 repair...................................
  542      FL   Fund design phase for widening US 41 north    $1,000,000
                 of Dunnellon to four lanes...............
  543      TN   Construction of Elizabethton Connector in     $1,000,000
                 Carter County, Tennessee.................
  544      NJ   Newark Waterfront Pedestrian and Bicycle      $1,500,000
                 Access project...........................
  545      ME   Plan and construct Lewiston/Auburn            $5,800,000
                 Downtown Connector.......................
  546      OH   Conduct Miami St along SR Route 53 safety     $1,000,000
                 enhancement project to improve access to
                 railroad crossing........................
  547      AK   Planning, design, and construction of        $15,000,000
                 Juneau access roads in Juneau, Alaska....
  548      TN   Construction of an intersection/              $2,400,000
                 interchange in the City of Cleveland
                 along I-75...............................
  549      FL   Construct Flagler Avenue Improvements,        $1,010,000
                 City of Key West, Florida................
  550        CA Rehabilitate street surface of Cedros            $43,000
                 Avenue between Burbank Blvd. and Magnolia
                 Blvd.....................................
  551      VA   Engineering and Right of Way to widen         $1,250,000
                 Route 221 in Forest, Virginia............
  552      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 including in the vicinity of PS Q200.....
  553      TX   SH 146 grade separation over Red Bluff Rd.   $17,000,000
  554      TN   construction of park access road and            $300,000
                 adjacent trails at the Athens Regional
                 Park in Athens, TN.......................
  555      IL   State Street Road Improvements from 43rd      $3,850,000
                 Street to IL Rt 157, East St. Louis......
  556      GA   Streetscape-Dawson........................      $200,000
  557       SC  Build Carolina Bays Parkway Segment from      $3,000,000
                 SC 544 to US 17 in Myrtle Beach, SC......
  558      GA   US 341 US 41 SR 7 from Barnesville to SR      $4,000,000
                 3, Georgia...............................
  559      OH   Reconstruct and widen State Route 82 in       $1,000,000
                 North Royalton...........................
  560      FL   Acquisition, engineering, and construction    $1,000,000
                 of West Avenue Connector Bridge, City of
                 Miami Beach, FL..........................
  561      ME   Safety Enhancements on Routes 11, 6, and        $400,000
                 16 for Piscataquis County Industrial
                 Development..............................
  562      IL   Study, design, and construction of a          $1,132,000
                 designated truck route through the City
                 of Monticello............................
  563        CA Improvement of intersection at Aviation       $2,000,000
                 Blvd. and Rosecrans Ave. to reduce
                 congestion, City of Hawthorne............
  564      WI   Preliminary engineering for upgrading I 94    $9,000,000
                 between Illinois State Line and Mitchell
                 Interchange in SE Wisconsin..............
  565      MI   Cogshall Road Crossing Improvement and        $1,200,000
                 Life Safety Access Project in Holly, MI..
  566      MI   Ontonagon County, Improve Fed Forest Hwy        $500,000
                 16 from M-38 to Houghton County Line.....
  567      UT   Forest Street Improvements, Brigham City,     $2,500,000
                 UT.......................................
  568       NC  I40 Union Cross Road Interchange in           $1,000,000
                 Forsyth County, NC.......................
  569      NJ   Construct Sea Isle Boulevard                  $2,000,000
                 Reconstruction from Garden State Parkway
                 to Ludlams Thoroughfare, Cape May County.
  570        CA I-5 HOV Improvements from Route 134 to          $500,000
                 Route 170................................
  571      NY   Reconfiguration of intersection and             $500,000
                 redesign of traffic signal timing at
                 Mohegan Ave and Lakeland St..............
  572        CA Shoal Creek Pedestrian Bridge (San Diego).    $1,500,000
  573      GA   Streetscape-Cordele.......................      $250,000
  574        CA Construct I-605 Interchange Capacity          $2,000,000
                 Improvements in Irwindale................
  575       SC  Construction of interchange at I-385 and      $2,200,000
                 SC 14, Exit 19, in Laurens County, South
                 Carolina.................................
  576      NE   Design, right-of-way and construction of      $9,500,000
                 Nebraska Highway 35 between Norfolk and
                 South Sioux City.........................
  577      MO   Complete impact study for North Oak             $500,000
                 Highway corridor redevelopment...........
  578      MA   Design and construct the 1.5 mile East        $1,500,000
                 Longmeadow Redstone rail Trail bike path.
  579      NY   Improve bicycle and pedestrian safety on        $100,000
                 Main Street, Holbrook....................
  580        CA Tuolumne, Stanislaus and Merced Counties      $2,500,000
                 Upgrade existing county highway, J59.....
  581      FL   U.S. 19 Continuous right turn lanes in        $7,200,000
                 Pasco County.............................
  582      NJ   Union Boulevard Revitalization and              $500,000
                 Streetscape Enhancements, Totowa.........
  583      IL   Improve roads, The Village of Westchester.    $1,000,000
  584      IN   Reconstruct 45th Avenue from Colfax Street    $2,700,000
                 to Grant Street, Lake County.............
  585      IN   Construct Grade Separation Underpass on       $2,000,000
                 Main Street in Mishawaka, Indiana........
  586      UT   Construct two-lane divided highway from       $6,000,000
                 the Atkinville Interchange to the new
                 replacement airport access road in St.
                 George...................................
  587        CA Diamond Bar On-Off Ramp at Lemon Ave on SR-  $12,000,000
                 60.......................................
  588      NY   Transportation parking facility serving      $10,000,000
                 the Harlem Hospital Complex..............
  589      MA   Downtown revitalization for Pleasant          $1,900,000
                 Street, Malden...........................
  590      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 in the vicinity of Prospect Park Yeshiva.
  591      NY   Emergency vehicle preemption system at          $500,000
                 traffic signals, Smithtown...............
  592        CA Reconstruct interchange for south-bound       $3,900,000
                 traffic entering I-80 from Central
                 Avenue, City of Richmond.................
  593      KY   Reconstruct KY 393, Oldham County,            $2,000,000
                 Kentucky.................................
  594        CA Reduce Orange County Congestion Program...      $250,000
  595        CA Street Closure at Chevy Chase Drive,            $800,000
                 Glendale.................................
  596      PA   Allegheny County Urban Runoff Mitigation-     $1,000,000
                 eliminate urban highway runoff and the
                 discharge of culverted streams into
                 municipal combined sewers................
  597       SC  Construct Briggs-Pearson-DeLaine Connector   $25,000,000
  598      NM   Construct an interchange on I-25 to           $6,000,000
                 provide access to Mesa del Sol in
                 Albuquerque..............................
  599      OR   Short Haul Intermodal Pilot Project,          $2,500,000
                 Eugene...................................
  600      VA   Rivermont Ave. (Lynchburg) Bridge             $2,200,000
                 improvements.............................
  601      MA   Construct new interchange on I-95 between       $500,000
                 existing Route 1 A ramp to the north and
                 Route 123 ramp to the south, Attleboro...
  602      OH   Construct Waverly, Ohio South Connector       $3,200,000
                 from US 23 to SR 104 to SR 220...........
  603      VA   Craig County Trail--improvements to trail       $150,000
                 in Craig County..........................
  604        CO US 160, State Highway 3 to East of the        $6,000,000
                 Florida River............................
  605      AS   Village road improvements for Ta'u, Ofu,      $1,400,000
                 and Olosega-Sili counties in Manu'a
                 district.................................
  606      PR   Construction of 4 lane connector serving      $1,950,000
                 PR 9922, PR 9939 and PR 183..............
  607      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking, garage & roadway
                 redesign in Duryea Borough, Luzerne
                 County...................................
  608      OK   SH-33, Widen SH-33 from the Cimarron River    $8,000,000
                 East to U.S. 177 Payne County, OK........
  609      TX   Washington Boulevard Improvements in          $2,600,000
                 Beaumont, Texas..........................
  610      FL   Widen Midway Road from South 25th Street      $2,000,000
                 to U.S. 1 in St. Lucie County............
  611      NY   Enhance road and transportation facilities    $5,000,000
                 in the vicinity of W. 65th St and
                 Broadway, New York City..................
  612      LA   Construct Kansas-Garrett Connector and I-     $5,000,000
                 20 Interchange Improvements..............
  613      PA   Construct the SR 1058 Connector between PA    $1,600,000
                 309 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike
                 Northeast Extension in Montgomery County.
  614      OK   Reconstruct the Interstate 44 193rd street    $3,000,000
                 interchange..............................
  615      NY   Roadway improvements to Woodbury Rd at        $2,000,000
                 intersection with Syosset-Woodbury Rd....
  616      RI   Construct a handicapped accessible trail        $200,000
                 and platform at Kettle Pond Visitor
                 Center Administrative Facility...........
  617      NJ   Construct Great Swamp National Wildlife         $250,000
                 Refuge Road..............................
  618        CA Grade Separation at 32nd Street between I-    $1,000,000
                 15 and Harbor Drive, San Diego...........
  619      IN   Widen Old Meridian Street from 2 to 4         $1,125,000
                 lanes, City of Carmel, Indiana...........
  620      WI   Construct a bicycle/pedestrian path, City     $2,200,000
                 of Portage...............................
  621      VA   Widen Route 17 in Stafford................    $5,000,000
  622      VA   Widen Route 820 in Bergton, Virginia......    $1,550,000
  623      IL   Construction of 2 North/South Blvds. and 2    $7,500,000
                 East/West Blvds. in the vicinity of
                 Northern Illinois University.............
  624        CA Begin construction of road from U.S. 395      $1,000,000
                 west towards SR-14.......................
  625      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Old Forge Borough, Lackawanna County..
  626      PA   Improvements to Amtrak Keystone Corridor        $500,000
                 grade crossings at Irishtown Rd., New
                 Comer Rd., and a new bridge at Ebychiques
                 Rd.......................................
  627      TN   Acquire and construct trail and bikeway       $1,600,000
                 along S. Chickamauga Creek in
                 Chattanooga, TN..........................
  628      TX   Interchange improvements IH-30 Arlington      $2,000,000
                 at FM 157 (Collins Street) and Center
                 Street...................................
  629      MO   Highway 350 Access Management Study from      $1,000,000
                 I435 to I470.............................
  630      TX   Reconstruct Mile 6 W from US83 to SH 107,     $1,000,000
                 Hidalgo County...........................
  631      NJ   Pedestrian facilities and street lighting       $433,000
                 on Haddon Avenue from Albertson Avenue to
                 Glenwood Avenue, Haddon Township.........
  632      NY   Rehabilitate highway bridges--Ithaca          $2,500,000
                 secondary line...........................
  633      WA   Buckley, WA; New Road alignments on 112th     $2,000,000
                 Street Corridor..........................
  634      ID   Construct Washington Street North from        $4,500,000
                 Addison Avenue to Pole Line Road.........
  635       SC  Construction of the U.S. 15/SC-341            $4,500,000
                 connector parallel to I-20, Lee County...
  636      PA   Construct Recreational Trail from Oil City    $1,500,000
                 to Rynd Farm (Venango County)............
  637      TX   FM 1637 from FM 3051 to FM 185, Waco......    $2,000,000
  638      VA   Green Cove Station--improvements to             $100,000
                 existing Forest Service facility located
                 at trailhead of Virginia Creeper Trail...
  639      NJ   South Essex Street Bridge Pedestrian            $578,000
                 Access Improvements, Orange..............
  640      TX   FM 3391 (East Renfro St.) from I-35W to CR    $2,000,000
                 602, Burleson............................
  641      WI   Replace Wisconsin Street Bridge (STH 44)     $10,000,000
                 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin....................
  642        CT Construct Route 11 Extension and bicycle     $16,000,000
                 and pedestrian path from Salem to
                 Waterford................................
  643      TX   Drainage Study and Engineering for US 83      $1,000,000
                 in Starr County..........................
  644      TN   widen SR-62 in Knox County, TN............    $6,500,000
  645      GA   Widen US 17 SR 25 from Yacht Drive to         $2,000,000
                 Harry Driggers Boulevard, Glynn County,
                 Georgia..................................
  646      KY   Widen US 25 from US 421 North to KY 876,      $1,000,000
                 Madison County...........................
  647      GA   Widen US 280/SR 30 from east of Flint         $1,000,000
                 River to SR 300 Connector west of Cordele
  648      MS   Upgrade roads in Gunnison, Mound Bayou,       $2,000,000
                 Beulah, Benoit, and Shaw, Bolivar County.
  649      NY   Construct and enhance Fillmore Avenue and     $1,500,000
                 traffic down-grade and infrastructure
                 improvements to Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo
  650      NJ   Construct Route 46 & Main Street              $2,000,000
                 intersection in Lodi.....................
  651      MN   Phase III construction of Trunk Highway       $5,000,000
                 610-10 Minnesota.........................
  652      NM   NM 128 JCT NM 31 East to Texas State Line.    $4,000,000
  653      NJ   Replacement of Prospect Avenue Culvert,         $400,000
                 City of Summit, County of Union..........
  654      FL   US 441 Traffic Improvements--Road surface,      $900,000
                 road access, curb, gutter, and right of
                 way, Miami Gardens.......................
  655      MN   Environmental studies and right of way        $5,000,000
                 acuisition for Trunk Highway 55 Corridor
                 Protection Project.......................
  656      NY   Roadway improvements on Woodbine Avenue         $800,000
                 between 5th Avenue and Beach Avenue......
  657      NY   Saugerties, Improve downtown streets......    $1,200,000
  658      IN   Widen US 31 Hamilton County, Indiana......    $1,000,000
  659      GA   Build a bridge across Big Indian Creek,       $1,500,000
                 Perry....................................
  660      MI   Carpenter Road Reconstruction--700 feet       $2,000,000
                 South of Textile Road to I-94, Washtenaw
                 County...................................
  661      IN   Resurface and widen Shelby County Indiana     $1,000,000
                 400 North Phases IV and V................
  662       SC  Widen West Georgia Road from Neely Ferry      $2,000,000
                 Road to Fork Shoals Road.................
  663      TX   Construct Phase II of City of Killeen SH-     $6,000,000
                 201......................................
  664      MN   Interchange improvements at I-94 and CSAH     $1,000,000
                 19 and at CSAH 37 in the city of
                 Albertville, MN..........................
  665      KY   Construction of bypass between KY 55 and      $1,500,000
                 US 68 at Lebanon in Marion County........
  666      NY   Peruville Road. Creating overpass to          $2,000,000
                 address intersection safety issue........
  667      OR   Add a southbound lane to section of I-5       $5,000,000
                 through Portland, OR between Delta Park
                 and Lombard..............................
  668      MN   10th Street Bridge Expansion in St. Cloud,    $1,000,000
                 MN.......................................
  669      NJ   Intermodal Access Improvements to the         $2,000,000
                 Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor..............
  670      TX   Nolana Loop from FM 1426 to FM 88, Hidalgo    $2,000,000
                 County...................................
  671      OH   Perry Park Road Improvements and                 $67,000
                 Pedestrian Trail Expansion at Call Road
                 in the Village of Perry, OH..............
  672      NV   Implement Regional Transportation of          $5,000,000
                 Southern Nevada FAST system..............
  673      NY   Bronx River Greenway 233rd Street             $1,000,000
                 Connection...............................
  674      PA   Construction of turn lanes, increase curve      $435,000
                 radius at the intersection of SR 3041 and
                 Industrial Park Road, Somerset, Pa.......
  675      FL   Planning and design for development of          $500,000
                 future highway connections to the
                 Southwest Florida International Airport..
  676      WI   Reconstruct and rebuild St. Croix River       $7,000,000
                 Crossing, connecting Wisconsin State
                 Highway 64 in Houlton, Wisconsin to
                 Minnesota State Highway 36 in Stillwater
                 Minnesota................................
  677      TN   Conduct study for SR 45 to SR 386               $500,000
                 Connector................................
  678      IN   Reconstruct and widen Shelby County           $1,000,000
                 Indiana 500 East from 1200 N to US 52....
  679      MO   Removal and Replacement of the Grand          $3,500,000
                 Avenue Bridge in the City of St. Louis...
  680      TX   Conduct reconstruction and managed lanes      $5,000,000
                 project on Airport Freeway (SH 183-SH
                 121) from IH 820 to the Dallas County
                 Line.....................................
  681      FL   Reconstruction of Hanford Boulevard, North    $2,750,000
                 Miami Beach..............................
  682      MA   Commonwealth Ave/Kenmore Sq. Roadway &        $5,000,000
                 Pedestrian Improvements..................
  683      NY   Pedestrian walkway and bikeway                $3,200,000
                 improvements along the NYC Greenway
                 System in Coney Island...................
  684      PA   Restore Route 222 in Maxatawny and            $2,500,000
                 Richmond Townships, Berks County, PA.....
  685      OH   Study and design of modifications to I-75     $3,000,000
                 interchanges at M.L. King-Hopple, I-74,
                 and Mitchell in Cincinnati...............
  686      VA   Widen Route 10 to six lanes from Route 1      $1,000,000
                 to Meadowville Road, Chesterfield........
  687      GA   Rebuild sidewalks, install sidewalks, and       $250,000
                 add speed monitoring system, Alamo.......
  688        CA Widen Wilmington Ave from 223rd street        $5,000,000
                 including ramp modifications, Carson.....
  689      WI   Construct STH 32 (Claude Allouez) bridge        $500,000
                 in DePere, Wisconsin (Brown County,
                 Wisconsin)...............................
  690      NY   Construction of drainage improvements and       $510,000
                 aethetic enhancements to Oak Beach Road
                 in the Town of Babylon, NY...............
  691      WI   Construct an alternative connection to        $4,000,000
                 divert local traffic from I-90, a major
                 highway, and allow movement through the
                 Gateway commercial development project...
  692      WA   East Marine View Drive Widening in Everett    $3,500,000
  693      OH   Construction of safety improvements at          $300,000
                 intersection of US 422 and SR 700 in
                 Geauga County, OH........................
  694      WV   Upgrade Route 10, Logan Co................    $5,000,000
  695      TX   Conduct Preliminary Engineering for Funnel    $4,000,000
                 Project on SH 114 from BS 114L to Dallas
                 County Line and on SH 121 from SH 360 to
                 Dallas Co Line...........................
  696       NC  Install ITS on US 70 Clayton Bypass.......    $1,000,000
  697      PA   Brighton Road Extension-add new street to     $1,000,000
                 N Shore roadway network to facilitate
                 access to amphitheater...................
  698      NJ   Broad Street Streetscape Project in             $700,000
                 Elizabeth to provide physical
                 improvements and to enhance
                 transportation flow and efficiency.......
  699      FL   Construction of 4 lane highway around         $3,000,000
                 Jacksonville connecting US1 to Route 9A..
  700      WA   510-507 Loop--Conduct engineering, design,    $2,500,000
                 and ROW acquisition for alternative route
                 to two existing highways that bisect
                 Yelm, WA.................................
  701        CA Develop and implement traffic calming         $2,000,000
                 measures for traffic exiting the I-710
                 into Long Beach..........................
  702        CA San Diego, CA Construction of the I-5 and     $6,000,000
                 SR-56 Connectors.........................
  703      IL   Upgrade Ridge Avenue, Evanston............    $3,000,000
  704       SC  Widening and Improvements for Highway 901,    $2,000,000
                 York County..............................
  705      IA   Widening and Reconstruction, I 235, Des      $10,900,000
                 Moines...................................
  706        CA Bay Road improvements between University      $6,000,000
                 Avenue to Fordham, and from Clarke Avenue
                 to Cooley Landing. Northern access
                 improvements between University and
                 Illinois Avenues, East Palo Alto.........
  707       NC  Project to widen US 501 from NC 49 in         $4,000,000
                 Roxboro to the VA state line with part on
                 new location.............................
  708      NY   Congestion reduction, traffic flow              $640,000
                 improvement and intermodal transfer study
                 at Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street in Queens
  709        CA Construct bicycle and pedestrian bridge         $750,000
                 between Oyster Bay Regional Park in San
                 Leandro and Metropolitan Golf Course in
                 Oakland..................................
  710      TX   For right-of-way aquisition and               $6,000,000
                 construction of Seg 5 and 6 of SH 130
                 from 183 to Seguin, TX...................
  711      NJ   Construct the Airport Circle Elimination      $1,000,000
                 at Tilton and Delilah Roads, Atlantic
                 County...................................
  712        CA The Alameda Corridor SR 47 Port Access        $5,000,000
                 Expressway design funding................
  713      NV   Construct US Highway 95--Las Vegas Beltway   $10,000,000
                 Interchange..............................
  714      NY   Repair and repave the north side of the         $150,000
                 Mineola train station....................
  715      IL   Repair of CH 29 and reconstruction of CH 8    $1,000,000
                 at interchanges with Interstate 55 at
                 Towanda and Lexington Illinois...........
  716        CA Conduct a Project Study Report for new          $500,000
                 Highway 99 interchange between SR 165 and
                 Bradbury Road, serving Turlock/Hilmar
                 region...................................
  717      PA   Construction of U.S. 22 to I-79 Section of    $1,500,000
                 Southern Beltway, Pittsburgh,
                 Pennsylvania.............................
  718      MN   Construction of new highway between the       $3,000,000
                 bridge over Partridge River on CR 565 in
                 Hoyt Lakes to the intersection of CSAH 21
                 and 70, Babbitt..........................
  719        CA State Route 1 improvements between Soquel     $3,670,000
                 and Morrissey Blvd including merge lanes
                 and the La Fonda overpass, Santa Cruz....
  720      WA   The West Corridor Coalition in Washington       $500,000
                 state....................................
  721      WA   North Sound Connecting Communities            $1,200,000
                 Transportation Project Planning..........
  722      FL   West Relief Bridge Rehabilitation, Bay        $1,500,000
                 Harbor Islands...........................
  723      NE   Western Douglas County Trails Project,        $7,000,000
                 Nebraska.................................
  724      TN   Bristol, Tennessee highway--RR grade            $100,000
                 Crossing improvement--Hazelwood Street...
  725      GA   Extend East Greene Street, install street       $400,000
                 lights, utilities, and landscaping,
                 Milledgeville............................
  726        CA Grade Separation at Vanowen and               $1,000,000
                 Cliveborne, Burbank......................
  727      MA   Improve traffic signal operations,            $1,500,000
                 pavement markings & regulatory signage,
                 Milton-Boston City Line..................
  728      NY   Port Jervis, NY downtown pedestrian mall        $650,000
                 and promenade............................
  729      MN   Construct Soo Line Trail from north of          $495,000
                 Bowlus to the east side of Mississippi
                 River....................................
  730      WI   Construct traffic mitigation signals,           $400,000
                 signs, and other upgrades for Howard Ave,
                 St. Francis..............................
  731      NH   Reconstruction of NH 11 and NH 28               $700,000
                 Intersection in Alton....................
  732        CA Riverside Drive Improvements, Los Angeles.      $400,000
  733        CA Upgrade CA SR 4 East from the vicinity of    $20,000,000
                 Loveridge Road to G Street, Contra Costa
                 County...................................
  734      TX   Widen SH 24 from a 2-lane facility to 4-      $2,000,000
                 lane divided facility from SH 19 to
                 Cooper, TX...............................
  735      PA   Rail crossing signalization upgrade,            $325,400
                 Willow Street, Fleetwood, Berks..........
  736      IL   25th Avenue Grade Separation, Melrose Park      $500,000
  737       SC  Construct Hub City Connector Passage (12.5    $1,000,000
                 miles of bicycle-pedestrian improvements,
                 176-SC 56), part of State-wide Palmetto
                 Trail Project............................
  738      FL   Construct US 1/SR 100 Connector, Bunnell,     $2,500,000
                 Florida..................................
  739      MN   Construction of Gitchi-Gami State Trail         $700,000
                 from Gooseberry Falls State Park Trail
                 Head parking lot to 2.3 miles east.......
  740        CA Design and environmental analysis for         $1,000,000
                 State Route 11 connecting State Route 905
                 to the new East Otay Mesa Port of Entry,
                 San Diego................................
  741      NY   Improve North Fork Trail, Southold........      $200,000
  742      HI   Interstate Route H1 Deck Repair, Airport      $4,770,000
                 Viaduct..................................
  743      OH   Replace Grade Separation at Eastland and        $750,000
                 Sheldon Road, Berea......................
  744      WA   Widen I-5 through Lewis County............    $5,350,000
  745       SC  Engineering design and construction of I-    $10,000,000
                 73 from the North Carolina State Line to
                 I-95.....................................
  746      OH   Planning and construction of a bicycle        $2,500,000
                 trail adjacent to the I-90 and SR 615
                 Interchange in Lake County, OH...........
  747       SC  Widening of Boiling Springs 9 from Rainbow    $6,000,000
                 Lake Rd. to SC 292.......................
  748      IL   Construct Streetscape Project, Orland           $400,000
                 Hills....................................
  749      IL   Widening of Lake Cook Road ITS in               $540,000
                 Deerfield, IL............................
  750      OR   Widening of Oregon Hwy 217 between           $10,000,000
                 Tualatin Valley Hwy and the US 26
                 interchange, Beaverton...................
  751      PR   Widening of PR 111 at the intersections of    $6,000,000
                 PR-444 through PR-423....................
  752      MI   Widen M-72 from U.S. 31 easterly 7.2 miles    $2,500,000
                 to Old M-72..............................
  753      PA   Widening of Rt.22 and SR.26 in Huntingdon.    $3,375,000
                 Upgrades to the interchange at US RT 22
                 and SR26.................................
  754      MN   Widening of US Highway 61 at Frontenac          $800,000
                 Station, MN..............................
  755      KS   Construction and reconstruction of four       $4,000,000
                 interchanges on I-435, I-35 and U.S. 69
                 in Johnson Co............................
  756      MA   Melnea Cass Blvd Reconstruction...........    $2,700,000
  757      NH   Improve Meredith Village Traffic Rotary...    $1,000,000
  758      FL   Implement Blue Heron Boulevard Streetscape    $2,500,000
                 Improvements, City of Riviera Beach......
  759      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 including in the vicinity of PS Q114.....
  760      WI   Reconstruct STH 181 between Florist Ave       $4,500,000
                 and North Milwaukee County Line..........
  761      LA   Replace the Prospect Street Bridge (LA        $3,000,000
                 3087), Houma.............................
  762      GA   Streetscape improvements along LaVista          $200,000
                 Road in the Northlake business district
                 of DeKalb County, Georgia................
  763      MD   Study Greater Towson Area traffic flow and      $200,000
                 future needs.............................
  764      FL   Construct US 1 Improvements, Cities of          $400,000
                 Holly Hill and Ormond Beach, Florida.....
  765      OH   Transportation Enhancements to the              $700,000
                 downtown area of the Village of Chagrin
                 Falls, OH................................
  766      MA   Pedestrian Walkway for the Town of Norwood      $780,000
  767      NJ   Restoration of Route 35 in Ocean County,      $2,000,000
                 New Jersey...............................
  768      PA   Extension of Third Street from Interstate     $5,000,000
                 83 to Chestnut Street, Harrisburg........
  769      TX   Carlton road grade separation, Laredo, TX.    $5,000,000
  770      OH   Construct connector roadway between SR13        $250,000
                 13 and Horns Hill Road in north Newark...
  771      TN   Construct new lighting on Veterans              $250,000
                 Memorial Bridge, Loudon County, Tennessee
  772      NY   Roadway improvements on CR3 between Ruland    $2,220,000
                 Rd and I-495.............................
  773      TN   Construct State Route 385 (North and East)    $3,150,000
                 around the city of Memphis...............
  774      NY   Waterloo, NY by-pass project..............    $7,000,000
  775      IN   Extend Everbrook Drive from SR 332 to           $640,000
                 Bethel Avenue in the City of Muncie,
                 Indiana..................................
  776      TN   Construct Proposed SR 397 extension from      $2,225,000
                 SR96 West to US 431 North to Franklin
                 WIlliamson County........................
  777      AK   Construct linking road from airport to        $1,500,000
                 port in Akutan...........................
  778      PA   Uniontown to Brownsville section of           $5,000,000
                 Pennsylvania Mon/Fayette Expressway......
  779      NY   Ashburton Avenue Reconstruction, Yonkers,     $1,000,000
                 New York.................................
  780      OR   Highway 22, Polk County...................    $1,000,000
  781      FL   I-75 Widening and Improvements in Collier    $45,000,000
                 and Lee County, Florida..................
  782      WI   Pioneer Road Rail Grade Separation (Fond      $4,000,000
                 du Lac, Wisconsin).......................
  783      FL   Design and construction of double-deck        $4,000,000
                 roadway system exiting FLL airport
                 connecting Y.S. 1 and I-595..............
  784      MI   Wayne, Reconstruct one quarter of a mile        $125,000
                 stretch of Laurenwood....................
  785      GA   Construct the West Cleveland Bypass from      $2,900,000
                 US 129 SR 11 near Hope Road exteding west
                 of Cleveland, on new and existing
                 locations to SR 75.......................
  786      IL   Reconstruct Highway-Railway crossing over     $2,000,000
                 US 14 and realignment of US 14, Des
                 Plaines..................................
  787      OR   Highway 22-Cascade Highway interchange          $500,000
                 improvements, Marion County..............
  788      VA   Widen Route 29 between Eaton Place and        $3,000,000
                 Route 123 in Fairfax City, VA............
  789      WI   Reroute State Hwy 11 near Burlington, WI      $4,000,000
                 (Walworth and Racine Counties, WI).......
  790      IL   East Peoria, Illinois Technology Blvd.        $1,000,000
                 upgrades.................................
  791       DC  Metro Branch Trail Construction...........    $2,000,000
  792      MA   Study and design I-93/Mystic Ave.               $500,000
                 Interchange at Assembly Sq...............
  793      NM   Widening of US 491 from Navajo 9 to           $2,000,000
                 Colorado state border....................
  794      FL   Construct access road to link Jacksonville    $5,000,000
                 International Airport to I-95............
  795      FL   Widening of SR 60 from 66th Avenue to I-95    $1,000,000
                 in Indian River County, FL...............
  796      GA   Widening of SR 133: Colquitt Co./Daughtery    $1,000,000
                 Co.......................................
  797      PA   Rail Bridge Removal and intersection          $1,400,000
                 improvements, Cameron and Paxton Streets,
                 Harrisburg...............................
  798      PA   Widening of SR 1001 Section 601 in Clinton    $1,000,000
                 County...................................
  799      PA   Widening of Route 40 in Wharton Township,     $2,000,000
                 Fayette County, Pa.......................
  800      NJ   Widening of Route 1 and intersection          $1,000,000
                 improvements in South Brunswick..........
  801      PA   construct PA 706 Wyalusing Bypass Bradford    $1,000,000
                 County, Pennsylvania.....................
  802      IL   Construct four lane extension of IL RT29        $600,000
                 from Rochester to Taylorville............
  803      IL   Widening of Old Madison Road, St. Clair       $2,000,000
                 County...................................
  804      NY   Construction of Bicycle Path and                $500,000
                 Pedestrian Trail in City of Dunkirk......
  805      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Plains Township, Luzerne County.......
  806        CA Replace I-880 overpass at Davis St in San       $750,000
                 Leandro..................................
  807      PA   DuBois-Jefferson County Airport Access        $1,500,000
                 Road Construction........................
  808      GA   Streetscape project to improve                  $500,000
                 accessibility and safety for pedestrians,
                 Mount Vernon.............................
  809      IL   Replacement of Fullerton Avenue Bridge and    $4,800,000
                 Pedestrian Walkway.......................
  810      NH   Construct intersection at US 3 and              $700,000
                 Pembroke Hill Road in Pembroke...........
  811      FL   A new interchange with the Pineda Causeway   $13,000,000
                 Extension and I-95.......................
  812        CT Make Improvements to Groton Bicycle and         $380,000
                 Pedestrian Trails and Facilities.........
  813      MN   TH 36--Stillwater Bridge; cut-and-cover         $500,000
                 approach to river crossing...............
  814      NM   US 54 Reconstruction, Tularosa to Santa       $3,000,000
                 Rosa.....................................
  815      VA   Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail Corridor--      $3,200,000
                 acquire site; design and construction of
                 interpretative center, enhancement of
                 trail corridor...........................
  816      MI   Widening of M-24 from two lanes to four       $1,000,000
                 lanes with a boulevard from I-69 to the
                 county line..............................
  817      IN   Construct US 231 in Spencer and Dubois        $6,000,000
                 Counties in Indiana......................
  818      TN   Construct overpass at Highway 321 and         $6,500,000
                 Highway 11 Loudon County, Tennessee......
  819      SD   Improve the SD Advanced Traveler              $1,000,000
                 Information System.......................
  820      NV   Construct I-15 Widening--U.S. 95/I-515        $8,000,000
                 Interchange to Apex Road.................
  821      NY   Implement ITS system and apparatus to           $100,000
                 enhance citywide truck route system on
                 Avenue P between Coney Island Avenue and
                 Ocean Avenue in the 9th District of New
                 York.....................................
  822      GA   Install sidewalks, trails, lighting, and      $1,250,000
                 amenities in Balls Ferry Park, Wilkinson
                 County...................................
  823        CA Construct Inland Empire Transportation        $1,500,000
                 Management Center in Fontana to better
                 regulate traffic and dispatch personnel
                 to incidents.............................
  824      IL   Reconstruct Milwaukee Avenue, including      $17,000,000
                 Six Corners..............................
  825      TX   Implementation and quantification of         $34,984,000
                 benefits of large-scale landscaping along
                 freeways and interchanges in the Houston
                 region...................................
  826      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $250,000
                 construction of a connector road between
                 PA 115 & Interstate 81 in Luzerne County.
  827      AL   Pedestrian Improvements for Homewood, AL..      $300,000
  828      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and                $665,000
                 pedestrian trail, Gallatin...............
  829      MA   Conduct design, feasibility and               $2,000,000
                 environmental impact studies of proposal
                 to relocate New Bedford/Fairhaven bridge.
  830      IA   Iowa City, IA Construction of arterial        $2,500,000
                 extension project connecting Coralville
                 to west and south Iowa City..............
  831      NJ   Rehabilitate Route 139 in Jersey City--       $2,000,000
                 Portway..................................
  832      NJ   Route 605 extension to U.S. 206...........    $1,000,000
  833      OH   Widen SR 170 Calcutta.....................    $2,500,000
  834      IA   Widening of Hwy 44, Grimes................    $1,000,000
  835      VA   Widening of Highway 15 in Farmville,          $5,700,000
                 Virginia.................................
  836      MA   Design and construct intersection             $1,000,000
                 improvements at Memorial Park II on
                 Roosevelt Ave from Bay St to Page
                 Boulevard, Springfield...................
  837       SC  Widening of Frontage Road from U.S. 72 to     $2,800,000
                 U.S. 56, Laurens, SC.....................
  838      NY   Mill Road: NY Rte 261 to North Avenue in      $2,500,000
                 the Town of Greece.......................
  839       NC  Widening of Beckford Drive, City of             $960,000
                 Henderson................................
  840      NY   Realignment of Clove Road and Rt 208,         $1,200,000
                 access management improvements in Orange
                 County...................................
  841      NY   City of Peeskill,NY Street Resurfacing           $52,000
                 Program. Brown Street....................
  842      FL   Fund advanced Right-of-Way Acquisition        $3,700,000
                 along SR 52 in Pasco County, Florida.....
  843      MA   Design, engineer, permit, and construct       $1,000,000
                 ``Border to Boston Bikeway'' rails-trails
                 project, from Salisbury to Danvers.......
  844      FL   Soutel Drive Road Enhancements,               $1,500,000
                 Jacksonville.............................
  845      NJ   Bicycle facilities in West Deptford             $115,000
                 Township.................................
  846      PA   Create a direct connection between State      $3,000,000
                 Road 29 and State Route 113..............
  847      MA   Design and construction of the north and      $1,500,000
                 southbound ramps on Interstate 91 at Exit
                 19.......................................
  848      IA   NW 70th Ave reconstruction, Johnston......    $5,000,000
  849      NY   Town of Minisink South Plank Road.........      $275,000
  850      VA   Town of St. Paul--restoration of historic       $150,000
                 Hillman House to serve as trail system
                 information center and construction of
                 stations on trails.......................
  851      PA   Conduct environmental review and acquire      $4,200,000
                 right of way for preferred alternative to
                 improve PA 41............................
  852      FL   Acquire Right-of-Way for Ludlam Trail,          $500,000
                 Miami, Florida...........................
  853      NY   Construct Safe Routes to Schools projects     $3,500,000
                 in New York City.........................
  854        CO Construction of US 24--Tennessee Pass,        $6,000,000
                 Colorado.................................
  855        CA Implement Riverside Avenue Railroad Bridge      $500,000
                 improvements, south of Interstate 10 in
                 Rialto...................................
  856      MA   Longwood Ave/Urban Ring Tunnel Study......      $450,000
  857      IL   Traffic Signal Coordination at US 45 at IL      $100,000
                 132 (Grand Avenue) and IL 132 at Rollins
                 Road and US 45 at Rollins Road...........
  858      IA   US 63 improvement near New Hampton, Iowa..    $8,700,000
  859      NY   Village of Unionville reconstruction of          $80,000
                 Main Street..............................
  860      TX   Widening from two lanes to four of SH 36      $9,000,000
                 from Bellville, TX to Sealy, TX..........
  861      KY   Comprehensive Traffic Study for                 $600,000
                 intersection of Main Street and Berea
                 College Campus, Berea....................
  862      TN   Improve State Route 62 in Morgan County       $4,500,000
                 near U.S. 27 in Wartburg to Petit Lane
                 from existing two lane highway to four
                 lanes....................................
  863      IL   Construct West Corbin Overpass over           $5,000,000
                 Illinois 255, Bethalto...................
  864      OR   I-5/99W connector.........................      $250,000
  865      FL   Improvements to I-75 in the City of           $7,500,000
                 Pembroke Pines, Florida..................
  866        CA Planning, design, engineering and             $5,000,000
                 construction of Naval Air Station, North
                 Island access tunnel on SR 75-282
                 corridor, San Diego......................
  867        CA Construct road from Mace Blvd in Yolo         $1,000,000
                 County to federally supported Pacific
                 Flyway wildlife area.....................
  868      PA   Construction of ramps on I-95 and US 322,     $3,000,000
                 widening of streets and intersections....
  869      NY   Construct and restore pedestrian and          $1,000,000
                 residential roadways in downtown business
                 district in Rockville Centre.............
  870      LA   Plan, design and construct Pointe Clair       $3,000,000
                 Expressway in Iberville Parish...........
  871      MA   Construction of East Milton Parking Deck      $1,000,000
                 over Interstate/Rt. 93...................
  872      PA   Reconstruction of I-176 in Cumru and          $5,000,000
                 Robeson Townships, Berks County..........
  873      MI   Resurfacing of Masonic Boulevard in Fraser    $1,160,000
  874      OH   Construct Ohio River Trail from Downtown      $2,000,000
                 Cincinnati, Ohio to Salem Road...........
  875      PA   Realignment and reconstruction of SR 60       $2,000,000
                 interchange with U.S. 22-30 and
                 reconstruct adjacent Tonidale-Bayer
                 intersection.............................
  876      NY   Construtction and rehabilitation of East      $1,045,000
                 and West John Streets in the Village of
                 Lindenhurst, NY..........................
  877      NY   Construct Northern State Parkway and Long     $6,000,000
                 Island Expressway access at Marcus Avenue
                 and Lakeville Road and associated Park
                 and Ride.................................
  878      PA   Deployment of an Intelligent                  $4,000,000
                 Transportation System along I-476 Pa Tpke
                 NE Ext/Pa-309 and I-76 Schuylkill Exwy in
                 Montgomery County........................
  879      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 including in the vicinity of PS Q153.....
  880      TX   Build 36th Street Extension in San Antonio    $2,000,000
  881        CA North Atlantic Pedestrian Bridge, Monterey      $600,000
                 Park.....................................
  882        CA Reconstruct Eastern Ave from Muller St to     $1,000,000
                 Watcher St in Bell Gardens...............
  883      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in West Pittston, Luzerne County.........
  884        CA Design Traffic Flow Improvements Azusa and    $1,250,000
                 Amar, City of West Covina................
  885      MI   Reconstruction of Nine Mile Road in           $1,120,000
                 Eastpointe...............................
  886      WA   Redmond, WA City-wide ITS.................    $1,000,000
  887      IL   Reconstruction and realignment of Baseline    $2,080,000
                 Rd, Montgomery, IL.......................
  888      NY   Transportation Enhancements to support          $750,000
                 Development of Erie Canal in Niagra and
                 Orleans Counties.........................
  889        CO US 160, East of Wolf Creek Pass...........   $15,000,000
  890      MA   Design, engineering and construction at I-    $2,500,000
                 93 The Junction Interchange, Andover,
                 Tewksbury and Wilmington.................
  891        CA Rosemead Boulevard/Highway 19 Renovation        $100,000
                 Project, Pico Rivera.....................
  892      PA   Intersection improvements at PA Route 209       $750,000
                 and Water Company Road, construction of a
                 bridge and access enhancements to Nature
                 and Arts Center, Upper Paxton Township...
  893      TX   Improvements to FM 1979 in Caldwell County      $300,000
  894      HI   Interstate Route H 1 guard rail and           $3,800,000
                 shoulder improvements, Waikele Bridge to
                 Airport Interchange, Honolulu............
  895      MI   M-168 Reconstruction in the village of        $2,200,000
                 Elberta..................................
  896        CA Colima Road at Fullerton Road Intersection    $1,000,000
                 Improvements.............................
  897      OH   Design and construct Youngstown State         $2,500,000
                 University Roadway and Pedestrian Safety
                 Improvements, Youngstown.................
  898      MO   Reconstruct Interstate 44 and Highway 39      $5,000,000
                 Interchange..............................
  899      WA   Complete final Columbia River crossing          $800,000
                 Environmental Impact Statement for SR35
                 in Klickitat County......................
  900      KY   Reconstruct US 127 at Bellows Road, Mercer      $600,000
                 County...................................
  901      NY   Roadway and Pedestrian Improvements for       $4,000,000
                 Times and Duffy Squares in New York City.
  902      FL   Six lane expansion of State Road 200 (A1A)    $4,000,000
                 from Interstate 95 east to Amelia Island.
  903      MI   Widen and reconstruct Tienken Road in        $13,500,000
                 Rochester Hills from Livernois to Sheldon
  904      NV   Design and Construct I-580 Meadowood          $2,000,000
                 Complex Improvements, Washoe County......
  905      NY   Town of Chester reconstruction of 13            $200,000
                 independent town roads...................
  906      NY   Implement ITS system and apparatus to           $100,000
                 enhance citywide truck route system at
                 9th Street and 3rd Avenue intersection in
                 Kings County.............................
  907      TX   Construction of highway infrastructure to     $1,000,000
                 provide flood protection for Nueces
                 County...................................
  908      FL   Widen State Road 80, Hendry County........    $3,500,000
  909      NE   Construction of the Columbus, Nebraska        $4,500,000
                 North Arterial Road......................
  910      KY   Extension of Newtown Pike from West Main     $20,000,000
                 Street to South Limestone Street,
                 Lexington................................
  911      OH   Road construction and related improvements      $500,000
                 in the Village of Gates Mills, OH........
  912      IL   Widening and Reconstruction of 55th Street    $1,500,000
                 from Holmes Avenue to Williams Street in
                 Westmont and Clarendon Hills.............
  913      IL   Road upgrades for the Village of Oreana,        $884,000
                 IL.......................................
  914      ID   Widen Amity Road from Chestnut Street to      $2,000,000
                 Robinson Road in Nampa, Idaho............
  915      TX   Widening FM 60 (University Drive) from SH     $3,000,000
                 6 to FM 158, College Station.............
  916      GA   Widening Cedarcrest Road from Paulding        $3,150,000
                 County line to Governors Towne...........
  917        CA Widening Avenue 416 in Dinuba California..    $1,500,000
  918      MA   Design and construction of streetscape          $600,000
                 improvements on Main and Maywood Streets,
                 Worcester................................
  919      TX   Extend Munn Street from Demaree Ln to         $1,000,000
                 Gellhorn Drive...........................
  920      MN   City of Moorhead SE Main GSI, 34th St. and    $3,000,000
                 I94 Interchange and Moorhead
                 Comprehensive Rail Safety Program........
  921      AL   Widening and safety improvements to SR-216    $3,000,000
                 between SR-215 and I-59, I-20............
  922      GA   The Carrollton Greenbelt Project, City of       $350,000
                 Carrollton, Georgia......................
  923      IL   Improve safety of culvert replacement on        $320,000
                 250th Rd between 460th St and Cty Hwy 20
                 in Grandview Township, Edgar County, IL..
  924      NY   Kingston, Improve uptown streets..........    $1,000,000
  925      PA   Replace Blair Creek Bridg over the Little     $1,600,000
                 Lehigh Creek, just west of the Maple
                 Grove Bridge, in Longswamp Township,
                 Berks County.............................
  926        CA Construct highway connecting State Route      $9,500,000
                 78/86 and State Route 111, Brawley.......
  927      GA   Widening and improvements on Colerain Road    $1,000,000
                 in St. Marys, Georgia....................
  928      MD   Implement Pedestrian and Roadway              $2,000,000
                 Improvements Contained in the Druid Hill
                 Park Neighborhood Access Program in
                 Baltimore................................
  929      AZ   Kabba Wash project between I-40 and           $2,000,000
                 Wikieup..................................
  930      ME   Route 2 Improvements from Bethel to Gilead    $2,500,000
  931      FL   Widening and Improvements for I-75 in        $27,000,000
                 Collier and Lee County...................
  932      TX   Widening 349 Dawson and Martin County.....    $2,000,000
  933      WI   Widen Wisconsin State Highway 64 between      $4,000,000
                 Houlton and New Richmond.................
  934      IN   Widen Wheeling Avenue from Centennial to        $960,000
                 McGalliard Road in the City of Muncie,
                 Indiana..................................
  935      MN   Construct a bike trail along the north          $540,000
                 side of TH 11 to the Voyageurs National
                 Park Visitor Center on Black Bay of Rainy
                 Lake.....................................
  936      FL   Construct pedestrian underpass and safety     $1,600,000
                 improvements at SR A1A and Castillo
                 Drive, City of St. Augustine.............
  937        CA Rehabilitate street surfaces in Sherman         $124,000
                 Oaks.....................................
  938        CA Repair and realignment of Brahma Dr. and        $300,000
                 Winnetka Ave.............................
  939      NJ   Riverwalk in Millburn along the West            $750,000
                 Branch of the Rahway River...............
  940      AL   I-20 widening and safety improvements in      $5,000,000
                 St. Clair County.........................
  941      TN   Plan and construct Rutherford County            $500,000
                 visitor's center/ transportation
                 information hub..........................
  942      UT   Streetscape a two-lane road and add           $1,250,000
                 turning lanes at key intersections on
                 Santa Clara Drive in Santa Clara.........
  943        CA US 101 Operational Improvements, San Jose.    $5,000,000
  944      IL   Upgrade traffic signal system on 87th           $500,000
                 Street, Chicago..........................
  945      LA   Water Well Road Gateway Cooridor (LA 478)--   $5,650,000
                 Design, Right of Way, and Construction of
                 3.6 miles from I-49 to LA 1..............
  946        CO East 104th and US 85 Intersection: Study,     $1,000,000
                 design and construction of needed
                 improvements to intersection.............
  947      FL   Widen West Virginia Drive from Floresta       $3,000,000
                 Drive to US 1 in St. Lucie...............
  948      ID   Widen U.S. 95 in Idaho from Jct. SH-1 to      $3,000,000
                 Canadian Border..........................
  949      IL   Engineering of the Willow Creek Trail           $200,000
                 Extension from Rock Cut State Park to the
                 Long Prairie Trail.......................
  950        CA Widen Interstate 8 overpass at Dogwood        $2,122,500
                 Road, Imperial County....................
  951        CA Improve bridge 58-7 on SR 115 that crosses    $1,000,000
                 the Alamo River in Holtville and also
                 project design and environmental analysis
                 of a new bridge over the same river......
  952      ID   Widen U.S. 95 from Worley to Mica Creek,      $3,000,000
                 Idaho....................................
  953      MI   Complete the 2 segments of U.S. 127 from      $5,000,000
                 Ithaca to St. Johns to a limited access
                 freeway..................................
  954        CA Construct a new interchange where I-15       $10,000,000
                 meets Cajalco Road in Corona, CA.........
  955      OH   Construct interchange at CR 80 on IR 77       $5,000,000
                 near Dover...............................
  956      TX   US 67, widening from Nolan River to West      $3,000,000
                 Buffalo Creek, Cleburne..................
  957       NC  Widen and improve I 85 through Cabarrus       $8,000,000
                 County from US 29--49 to 29--601.........
  958       NC  US 401 from Raleigh to Fayetteville.......    $4,000,000
  959      GA   Construct and Improve Westside Parkway,       $4,000,000
                 Northern Section, in Fulton County.......
  960      NY   City of Peeskill,NY Street Resurfacing          $130,000
                 Program. Hudson Avenue...................
  961        CA Construction of CA 101 Auxiliary Lanes,       $2,250,000
                 Marsh Rd. to Santa Clara County Line.....
  962      NY   For the acquisition of ferry boats and        $1,500,000
                 ferry terminal facilities and operation
                 of ferry service from Rockland County-
                 Yonkers-Manhattan........................
  963      IL   For engineering, right-of-way acquisition     $2,125,000
                 and reconstruction of two existing lanes
                 on Arsenal Road from Baseline Rd to Rt 53
  964      PA   For the Scranton City Redevelopment           $2,500,000
                 Authority to design, engineer, acquire
                 ROW & construct streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting & safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign.
  965      FL   Construct landscaped sidewalks, bus lanes,    $1,536,041
                 pedestrian/bicycle paths, vehicular
                 lanes, City of Plantation................
  966      NY   Improve Route 17--Access Control, Elmira      $2,500,000
                 to Chemung...............................
  967      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Plymouth Borough, Luzerne County......
  968      ID   Improve SH 75 from Timmerman to Ketchum...    $7,000,000
  969      OR   Improve U.S. 97 from Modoc Point to Algoma    $2,000,000
  970      SD   Construct an interchange on I-90 at Marion    $7,000,000
                 Road west of Sioux Falls.................
  971        CA Realign First St between Mission Rd and       $1,250,000
                 Clarence St in Los Angeles...............
  972      MO   Relocation of Route 13 Branson West Bypass    $5,200,000
  973      IL   Resurfacing Congress Parkway, The Illinois      $500,000
                 Department of Transportation.............
  974      RI   Establish interchange between Route 4 and     $6,000,000
                 Interstate 95............................
  975      TX   Improvements to FM 676 in Alton...........      $500,000
  976      MA   Reconstruction of Goddard Memorial Drive      $2,000,000
                 from State Route 9 to Airport Drive,
                 Worcester................................
  977      FL   Homestead, FL Widening of SW 320 Street       $2,500,000
                 (Mowry Drive) from Flagler Avenue to SW
                 187 Avenue...............................
  978        CT Broad Street Reconstruction Project in New    $2,500,000
                 Britain..................................
  979      PA   Construct Johnsonburg Bypass..............    $4,400,000
  980        CT Construct Valley Service Road Extension,      $2,000,000
                 North Haven..............................
  981      VA   Construction of transportation related        $1,000,000
                 enhancements and infrastructure of the
                 VMFA project.............................
  982      MI   Reconstruct and Widen I-94 in Kalamazoo,     $16,000,000
                 MI.......................................
  983      MD   Land Acquistion for Highway Mitigation in    $19,500,000
                 Cecil and Worcester Conties, MD..........
  984        CA Construct overpass on Central Ave at the        $750,000
                 railroad crossing in Newark..............
  985      IL   City of Bartonville, Street widening and        $952,572
                 improvements and sidewalk improvements...
  986      OH   Construct Williamsburg, Ohio to Batavia,        $300,000
                 Ohio Hike & Bike Trail...................
  987      IL   The continuation of US Route 12 from the      $3,000,000
                 Wisconsin state line to the intersection
                 of Tryon Grove Road, Route 12 and
                 Illinois State Route 31..................
  988      FL   U.S. 17-92 and French Ave. Roundabout,          $500,000
                 Sanford..................................
  989      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Hanover Township, Luzerne County......
  990      MI   Reduction from 3.5 miles of travel to 1.0     $3,000,000
                 miles of travel crossing over the
                 Tittabawassee River on Meridian Road.....
  991      ID   Widen U.S. 95 from Top of Lewiston Hill to    $2,000,000
                 Moscow, Idaho............................
  992      TX   Construct a pedestrian/bicycle trail in         $750,000
                 the Sunnyside area of Houston............
  993      TX   Construct remaining 800-foot 4-lane           $1,160,000
                 divided thoroughfare for Preston Rd
                 segment between Beltway 8 and Genoa Red
                 Bluff Rd.................................
  994      AS   Shoreline protection and drainage             $1,000,000
                 mitigation for Aua village roads.........
  995       SC  Medical University of South Carolina          $4,000,000
                 Roadway Enhancement......................
  996      PR   Replacement ferries on Culebra and Vieques    $2,000,000
                 routes...................................
  997      MI   Livonia, reconstruct Stark Rd. between        $1,000,000
                 Plymouth Rd. and I-96....................
  998      PA   PA Route 309 roadway construction and         $2,000,000
                 signalization improvements in Tamaqua
                 Borough..................................
  999      MA   Union Square Roadway & Streetscape              $500,000
                 Improvements.............................
 1000      TX   Improvements to South McColl Road in          $2,400,000
                 Hidalgo County...........................
 1001      MS   Widen US Hwy 61 and improve major             $2,000,000
                 intersections, Natchez...................
 1002      TX   Widen US 82 from 2-lane facility to 4-lane    $4,500,000
                 facility from FM 1417 in Sherman, TX to
                 US 69 in Bells, TX.......................
 1003      TX   Widen US 79, from FM 1512 near Jewett to      $2,000,000
                 IH-45 to a four-lane divided highway.....
 1004      TN   Construct shoulder and turn lane on SR 35     $1,500,000
                 in Seymour, Tennessee....................
 1005      NE   Construction of Heartland Expressway          $7,500,000
                 between Alliance and Minatare, NE........
 1006      WA   Pedestrian Sidewalk Construction in             $175,000
                 Snohomish................................
 1007      TN   North Second Street Corridor Upgrade,         $2,000,000
                 Memphis..................................
 1008      OH   Purchase High Speed Ferries for Black           $750,000
                 River Excursion Boat Service, Lorain.....
 1009      MD   MD4 at Suitland Parkway...................    $4,000,000
 1010      OK   Widen US 60 from approximately 2 miles        $2,000,000
                 east of the US 60-US 75 interchange east
                 approximately 5.5 miles..................
 1011       NC  Widen US 401 from Wake County to Louisburg    $3,000,000
 1012      PA   CUPSS, Pennsylvania, Urban Maglev             $5,000,000
                 Demonstration Test Project...............
 1013      TX   Widen US 287 Bypass at Ennis from two to      $8,000,000
                 four lanes...............................
 1014      KY   Widen US 27 from KY 34 to US 150 Bypass,      $2,000,000
                 Garrard County and Lincoln County........
 1015      MN   Right of way acquisition for Mississippi      $1,000,000
                 River Bridge connecting I 94 and US 10
                 between US 169 and TH 101................
 1016      WI   Rehabilitate Highway 53 between Chippewa      $4,000,000
                 Falls and New Auburn.....................
 1017      IL   Widen U.S. Route 67 from Macomb to            $2,000,000
                 Illinois 101.............................
 1018      IL   Widen U.S. Route 51 from Pana to Vandalia.    $3,000,000
 1019      IL   Widen U.S. Route 34 from U.S. 67 to Carmen    $4,000,000
                 Road.....................................
 1020      WA   Alaskan Way Viaduct and Seawall...........   $14,000,000
 1021      NJ   East Coast Greenway bicycle and pedestrian    $1,000,000
                 path from New Brunswick to Hudson River..
 1022      FL   Construct bicycle and pedestrian              $1,500,000
                 undperpass and park under I-95, Miami....
 1023        CA Implement Van Nuys Road and Safety              $500,000
                 Improvements.............................
 1024      FL   New systems interchange ramps at SR 417       $8,000,000
                 and Boggy Creek Road in Orange County, FL
 1025      NY   Reconstruction of Tappan Street Bridge in     $1,000,000
                 Town of Newark Valley....................
 1026      IL   Widen Rakow Road from Ackman Road to IL Rt    $7,150,000
                 31 in McHenry County, Illinois...........
 1027      IL   Widen U.S. Route 30 from Rock Falls to          $500,000
                 Round Grove, Whiteside County............
 1028      TN   Bristol, Tennessee highway-RR grade              $50,000
                 crossing improvement--Cedar Street.......
 1029      IL   Perform Broadway and Sheridan Road signal     $1,500,000
                 interconnect project, Chicago............
 1030      IL   Widen U.S. Highway 30 in Whiteside County,    $1,000,000
                 Illinois.................................
 1031      WI   Rehabilitate existing bridge and construct    $7,000,000
                 new bridge on Michigan Street in Sturgeon
                 Bay, Wisconsin...........................
 1032      ME   Replacement of the Route 201-A ``covered''    $4,000,000
                 bridge, Norridgewock.....................
 1033      AR   Widen to four lanes, improvement, and         $5,000,000
                 other development to U.S. Highway 167
                 from LA state line north to I-530........
 1034      PA   Widen the Route 412 corridor from I-78       $10,000,000
                 into the City of Bethlehem...............
 1035      HI   Construct access road for Kahului Airport.    $1,000,000
 1036      IL   Improve Highway-Railroad Crossings,             $750,000
                 Galesburg................................
 1037      MN   Sauk Rapids Bridge and Roadway Replacement    $6,000,000
                 in Sauk Rapids, MN.......................
 1038      TN   Construct Transportation and Heritage         $1,000,000
                 Museum in Townsend, Tennessee............
 1039        CA Widen State Route 98, including storm         $3,000,000
                 drain developments, from Kloke Road to
                 State Route 111, Calexico................
 1040        CA Widen State Route 98 from Route 111 to        $5,000,000
                 State Route 7, Calexico..................
 1041      GA   Construction of bypass around town of         $2,000,000
                 Hiram, from SR 92 to US 278, Paulding
                 County, Georgia..........................
 1042      TX   Construction of the interchanges at BI20      $2,500,000
                 and IH20 for JBS Parkway.................
 1043        CA Widen State Route 46 between Airport Road    $33,461,000
                 and the Shandon Rest Stop in San Luis
                 Obispo County............................
 1044      TN   Widen State Route 4 (US-78) from              $1,000,000
                 Mississippi State Line to Getwell Road
                 (SR-176) in Memphis, Shelby County.......
 1045      MI   Baraga County, Reconstruction of county         $750,000
                 primary road on Bayshore Drive from
                 Haanpaa Road northerly 1.7 miles to
                 Whirligig Road...........................
 1046      NY   Town of Warwick, NY walking and biking          $500,000
                 trail....................................
 1047      AK   Bridge over Fish Creek in Matanuska-          $1,000,000
                 Susitna Borough..........................
 1048      GA   GA 400 and McGinnis Ferry Road                $3,000,000
                 Interchange, Forsyth County, GA..........
 1049      NY   Implement Improvements for Pedestrian         $1,000,000
                 Safety in Kings County...................
 1050      NY   Reconfigure road through FDR VA Hospital        $395,000
                 to provide access to Battery Place in
                 Town of Cortlandt........................
 1051        CA Widen State Route 262, replace two            $4,000,000
                 railroad overpass structures, and rebuild
                 on and off ramps between SR 262 and Kato
                 Rd in Fremont............................
 1052      TN   Widen State Route 101 in Cumberland County    $8,000,000
                 from two lane highway to five lanes
                 between State Routes 282 (Dunbar Road)
                 and 392 in Crossville....................
 1053      FL   Widen State Road 50 in Lake County,           $7,000,000
                 Florida..................................
 1054      AZ   Widen SR 95 through Lake Havasu City......    $2,000,000
 1055      GA   Widen SR 85 from SR 74 to County Route 126    $3,000,000
                 Bernhard Road, Fayette County, Georgia...
 1056        CT Construct New arterial roadway from Boston   $10,000,000
                 Avenue north to proposed Lake Success
                 Business Park in Bridgeport, CT..........
 1057      MI   M-13 Washington Avenue Streetscape            $1,500,000
                 Project. Phase II of High Priority
                 Project 192 in Pub. L. 105-550. City of
                 Saginaw..................................
 1058      TX   Improvements to FM 716 in Duval County....    $1,000,000
 1059      NY   Town of Chester Surrey Meadow subdivision       $300,000
                 road improvements........................
 1060      PA   Cresheim Valley Drive Revitalization          $1,100,000
                 project involving scenic enhancements &
                 pedestrian safety improvements from
                 Lincoln Drive to Navajo Street...........
 1061       NC  Transportation Improvements at Piedmont       $3,000,000
                 Triad Research Park, Winston-Salem, NC...
 1062      MO   Upgrade and partially relocate MO Rt 141      $3,600,000
                 from I-64 to Rt 340......................
 1063      NY   Construct Millennium Parkway in the Towns    $10,500,000
                 of Dunkirk and Sheridan..................
 1064      AZ   Construct the Rio Salado Parkway to           $8,000,000
                 connect I-10 and Loop 202 freeways to 7th
                 Street in downtown Phoenix...............
 1065      TN   Improving Vehicle Efficiencies at At-Grade      $104,000
                 highway-Railroad Crossing in Lenoir City,
                 TN.......................................
 1066      NJ   Replacement of Monmouth County bridges W-     $3,000,000
                 7, W-8, and W-9..........................
 1067      OK   US-54, Widen US-54 from North of Optima       $1,000,000
                 Northeast to Kansas State Line, Texas
                 County, OK...............................
 1068      FL   Widen Palm Coast Parkway and I-95             $2,900,000
                 interchange and overpass, Flagler County,
                 Florida..................................
 1069      FL   Delray Beach Federal Highway pedestrian       $2,000,000
                 improvements SE 4th Street to NE 4th
                 Street...................................
 1070      WI   Expand Highway 10 between Marshfield and     $20,000,000
                 Stevens Point............................
 1071      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 including in the vicinity of IS R72/PS
                 R69......................................
 1072      TN   Upgrade roads for Slack Water Port            $1,875,000
                 facility and industrial park Lake County.
 1073      AK   Emergency evacuation road at Point Hope in    $3,000,000
                 North Slope Borough......................
 1074      MI   Construct railroad grade separation on M-     $2,000,000
                 85 (Fort Street) North of Van Horn Road,
                 Trenton..................................
 1075      IL   Land acquisition, engineering, and            $1,000,000
                 construction for the initial 2-lane
                 segments of the Corridor between IL 31 to
                 IL 25 and other segments of the Corridor
                 as appropriate...........................
 1076      PA   Modernize traffic signals, complete minor       $480,000
                 roadway realignment, and improve
                 channelization at US 322 and PA 10
                 intersection.............................
 1077      KS   Construction of a four-lane access           $10,686,000
                 controlled improvement for 4 miles on US-
                 54/400 in Pratt County...................
 1078      IN   Upgrade rail crossing at 93rd Avenue, St.       $200,000
                 John.....................................
 1079      FL   Widen SR 710 by 2 lanes from Congress         $3,000,000
                 Avenue to US-1...........................
 1080      GA   Widen SR 234/Gillionville Road from Eight     $1,000,000
                 Mile Road to Lockett Station, Dougherty
                 County...................................
 1081        CA Widen SR 12 to four lanes through Jamieson    $8,000,000
                 Canyon (between I-80 and SR 29) for
                 safety concerns and economic growth......
 1082      GA   Widen SR 104 from SR 383/Belaire Road to      $4,000,000
                 CR 515/Cumberland Drive (including
                 bridges) in Columbia County..............
 1083      IN   Study Traffic on Muncie By-Pass from            $120,000
                 Centennial Avenue to McGalliard Road in
                 the City of Muncie and Delaware County,
                 Indiana..................................
 1084      FL   Construct US 17-92 improvements, Maitland,    $1,500,000
                 Florida..................................
 1085        CA Widen South Main St.-Soda Bay Rd. between     $4,000,000
                 CR 400A (mile marker 0.0-miler marker and
                 0.7) and CR 502 (mile marker 0.0 and 0.9)
 1086      VA   Replacement of the 635 Bridge in Orange         $500,000
                 County, VA...............................
 1087      TX   construct Loop 20 in Laredo...............    $2,000,000
 1088      IA   Construct SE Connector/MLK Pkwy, Des          $9,000,000
                 Moines...................................
 1089      FL   Construction and Design of Miami River        $2,000,000
                 Greenway Road Improvements and 5th Street
                 Improvements.............................
 1090      TX   Widen SH 317 from two lanes to four lane      $2,000,000
                 divided facility.........................
 1091      TX   Widen SH 205 from two lanes to a six lane     $1,000,000
                 urban divided highway from North of SH 66
                 to proposed SH 276.......................
 1092        CA Widen Santa Maria River Bridge on U.S.        $3,400,000
                 Highway 101 between Santa Barbara County
                 and San Luis Obispo County...............
 1093        CA Widen San Fernando Road North, including      $1,060,000
                 streetscape projects, Sylmar.............
 1094      PA   Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation     $6,100,000
                 Project US 15: $5 million for the final
                 design...................................
 1095      NJ   Construct Rt 49 Cohansey River Bridge         $3,000,000
                 Replacement, Cumberland County...........
 1096      ME   Construction and snowmobile safety            $4,000,000
                 accommodations for Route 116 Bridge,
                 Medway...................................
 1097      MI   Construct pedestrian trail and bridge in        $100,000
                 Kearsley Park in Flint...................
 1098      IA   Coralville, IA Implementation of final        $2,000,000
                 phase of Safety Improvements Project from
                 12th Ave to 22nd Ave.....................
 1099      IL   Expand and improve Illinois Route 47          $7,150,000
                 Roadway from Reed Road to Kreutzer Road
                 in Huntley, Illinois.....................
 1100      NY   Build Route 15, Pennsylvania to Presho....   $10,000,000
 1101      GA   I-285 Riverside interchange                   $2,000,000
                 reconstruction, Fulton County, Georgia...
 1102      MN   Construct 3 segments of Cuyuna Lakes          $1,200,000
                 Trails, Crow Wing County.................
 1103      WA   Improve I-5 interchange at 134th Street in   $12,000,000
                 Clark County.............................
 1104      GA   Construct Pedestrian Safety Improvements      $3,000,000
                 on Buford Hwy (SR-13), Dekalb County.....
 1105       DC  11th St. Bridges, Rehabilitation of          $32,000,000
                 structures as well as new ramps to
                 provide for traffic at Navy Yard,
                 Southeast Federal Ctr., and Gateway
                 Government Ctr...........................
 1106      MO   Improve U.S. 36 to divided four lane         $10,000,000
                 expressway from Macon to Route 24........
 1107      VA   Mill Road Slip Ramp.......................      $500,000
 1108      NY   Construct sidewalks and curbing on Tate         $375,000
                 Avenue in Village of Buchanan............
 1109      MI   Delta County, Widen, pulverize, improve         $575,000
                 drainage at County Rd 497 from US 2 at
                 Nahma Junction southerly 4.75 miles to
                 the village of Nahma.....................
 1110      UT   Construction of 200 North Street highway-     $4,000,000
                 rail graded crossing separation,
                 Kaysville, Utah..........................
 1111      FL   Kennedy Blvd. Reconstruction, Eatonville..    $2,000,000
 1112      VA   Improvements to public roadways within the    $3,000,000
                 campus boundaries of the Virginia
                 Biotechnology Park, Richmond, VA.........
 1113      VA   Install Transporation Critical Incident         $400,000
                 Mobile Data Collection Device in
                 Charlottesville..........................
 1114      NY   Ithaca, Design and construct pedestrian         $544,000
                 and bicycle path.........................
 1115      AZ   Navajo Mountain Road on the Navajo Nation.    $1,300,000
 1116      PA   Expansion of existing PA Turnpike ITS         $4,100,000
                 System...................................
 1117      TX   Construction of ferryboat for City of Port      $400,000
                 Aransas..................................
 1118      NY   Project will rehabilitate and reopen          $5,000,000
                 historic High Bridge, which crosses the
                 Harlem River between Manhattan and the
                 Bronx....................................
 1119      NJ   Route 17 Congestion Improvements and         $12,000,000
                 Widening, from Williams Avenue to the
                 Garden State Parkway and Route 4 in
                 Bergen County............................
 1120      IN   Design and construct Tanner Creek Bridge      $1,240,000
                 on US 50, Dearborn County Indiana........
 1121       NC  Environmental studies and construction of     $6,000,000
                 US 74 Monroe Bypass Extension............
 1122      OH   Construct Pedestrian Bridge from east of      $2,140,000
                 Dock 32 to Voinovich Park southwest
                 corner, Cleveland........................
 1123      GA   Extension of Sugarloaf Parkway, Gwinnett      $3,000,000
                 County...................................
 1124      ME   Construct bicycle and pedestrian bridge       $1,000,000
                 over Stillwater River, Orono.............
 1125      IL   For widening from two to four lanes, the      $1,000,000
                 Brookmont Boulevard Viaduct in Kankakee,
                 IL and adjusting approach grades.........
 1126      GA   I-285 SR 400 interchange reconstruction       $1,000,000
                 and HOV interchange, Fulton County,
                 Georgia..................................
 1127      MN   Construct a road between Highway 332 and        $300,000
                 TH 11 including a signalized rail road
                 crossing, Koochiching County.............
 1128      MO   Hanley Road from I-64 to south of State      $10,000,000
                 Route 100, St. Louis County..............
 1129      AL   Expand SR-167 from Troy, AL to Enterprise,    $3,000,000
                 AL.......................................
 1130      MN   Construction of primary and secondary         $4,250,000
                 access roadways to the Duluth Air
                 National Guard Base, City of Duluth......
 1131        CT Construct high-speed rail crossing to bike    $2,300,000
                 and pedestrian trails -Enfield, CT.......
 1132      TX   Expansion of Port Rd at Northbound            $7,340,000
                 Frontage Rd of SH 146 east to
                 intersection with Cruise Terminal Rd to 6-
                 lane section with raised median..........
 1133      TN   Constuct Western Bipass from Zinc Plant       $3,400,000
                 Road to Dotsonville Road, Montgomery
                 County...................................
 1134        CA Improvements to SR-67, Mapleview to Dye       $5,000,000
                 Road (San Diego).........................
 1135      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and                $250,000
                 pedestrian trail, Springfield............
 1136      TX   Expansion of Daniel McCall Dr., Lufkin, TX    $2,750,000
 1137      NY   Rehabilitate the Pines Bridge Road and        $2,765,000
                 Lake Avenue and Ryder Road, in Ossining,
                 Yorktown, and New Castle.................
 1138        CA Construct Valley Boulevard Drainage             $750,000
                 Improvements, El Monte...................
 1139      NJ   Route 82 Union County Streetscape and         $1,000,000
                 Intersection Improvements................
 1140      NY   Short Clove Road Rail Overpass, Haverstraw    $1,000,000
 1141      FL   Construct Atlantic Boulevard Improvements,    $1,000,000
                 Key West, Florida........................
 1142        CA Implement intelligent management &            $3,000,000
                 logistics measures to improve freight
                 movement, Gateway Cities.................
 1143      WI   Expand USH 45 between CTH G and               $5,000,000
                 Winchester, Winnebago County, WI.........
 1144      NY   Implement ITS system and apparatus to           $100,000
                 enhance citywide truck route system on
                 LIE Eastbound Service Road at 74th Street
                 to Caldwell Ave, Grand Ave from 69th
                 Street to Flushing Ave, and Eliot Ave
                 from 69th Street to Woodhaven Blvd.......
 1145      IA   Construct IA-32 Arterial from US 20 in       $19,000,000
                 Dubuque Co, IA to US 61 and US 151.......
 1146      HI   Kapolei Transportation Improvements,          $1,000,000
                 Island of Oahu...........................
 1147      MA   Quincy Avenue Bridge Replacement..........    $1,000,000
 1148        CA Los Angeles Regional Diesel Emissions           $500,000
                 Reduction Program For Engine Retrofit,
                 Gateway Cities...........................
 1149      IL   Reconstruct intersection of Wood Dale and    $14,300,000
                 Irving Park roads in DuPage County, IL...
 1150      GA   Social Circle bypass completion, from         $3,000,000
                 Stanford Road to SR 11, Social Circle....
 1151      GA   Streetscape Project to install sidewalks        $500,000
                 and bicycle trails, Gray.................
 1152      MO   Reconstruction of the Tucker Street Bridge    $7,000,000
                 in the City of St. Louis.................
 1153      PA   Bethlehem Pike improvements from Valley       $1,000,000
                 Green Road to South of Gordon Lane,
                 Springfield Township.....................
 1154      GA   Construct I-75 I-575 HOV interchange, Cobb      $600,000
                 County, Georgia..........................
 1155      IL   Construct multi-use pedestrian path             $250,000
                 between Oakton St. and Dempster St.,
                 Skokie...................................
 1156      AZ   Construct link from Twin Peaks Road to I-     $6,000,000
                 10 and Linda Vista Blvd. including bridge
                 over Santa Cruz River and overpass of
                 Union Pacific Rail Road..................
 1157      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Newport Township, Luzerne County......
 1158      VA   Fries Train Station and Trail--restoration    $1,000,000
                 of former train station for use as
                 visitors center and construction of trail
                 along New River..........................
 1159      PA   Construction SR 3024, Middle Creek Bridge       $700,000
                 II, South Canaan, Wayne County...........
 1160      WI   Expand USH 141 between STH 22 and STH 64      $2,000,000
                 (Oconto and Marinette Counties,
                 Wisconsin)...............................
 1161      IL   Development of a coordinated trail system,    $3,200,000
                 parking and trial systems in Dixon, IL...
 1162      PA   Installation of comprehensive signage           $900,000
                 system across 1700 acres of urban parks
                 in Pittsburgh............................
 1163      GA   Interstate 75/Windy Hill Road Interchange.    $2,000,000
 1164      NJ   Bridge replacement and SR 31 widening over    $1,000,000
                 the Raritan Valley Line in Glen Garnder,
                 Hampton, Hunterdon County................
 1165      VA   Bristol Train Station--historic                 $500,000
                 preservation and rehabilitation of former
                 Bristol, VA train station................
 1166        CO I-25 Improvements--Douglas--Arapahoe          $6,000,000
                 County Line to El Paso County Line.......
 1167      TN   Reconstruct connection with Hermitage           $500,000
                 Avenue to Cumberland River Bluff in
                 Nashville................................
 1168      IL   For Village of Lemont to construct a            $100,000
                 bridge over Chicago Ship and Sanitary
                 Canal linking Centennial Trail to I&M
                 Canal Trail..............................
 1169      OH   Construct roadway improvement along State       $100,000
                 Route 62 in Berlin.......................
 1170      NY   Reconstruction and improvements of            $2,000,000
                 University Avenue and the extension of
                 the ARTWalk project, Rochester...........
 1171      NH   Reconstruction and Improvements to NH         $2,000,000
                 Route 110 in Berlin......................
 1172      PA   Route 6 Resurfacing from Mansfield Borough    $1,500,000
                 in Richmond Township to the Village of
                 Mainesburg in Sullivan Township..........
 1173      WA   SR 167--Right of way acquisition for a new    $2,500,000
                 freeway connecting SR 509 to SR 161......
 1174      MD   I-70: Frederick...........................    $2,000,000
 1175      NY   Planning and Construction of Fort Drum        $6,500,000
                 Connector Rd.............................
 1176        CA Study and construct highway alternatives      $4,000,000
                 between Orange and Riverside Counties,
                 directed by RCTC, working with local
                 transp. authorities, and guided by the
                 current MIS..............................
 1177        CA Fresno County, CA Widen Friant Road to        $1,500,000
                 four lanes with class II bicycle lanes...
 1178      MO   Study for Highway 160 & Kansas Expressway     $2,000,000
                 Corridor.................................
 1179      FL   Construct Route 9B from US 1 to Route 9A      $5,000,000
                 (I-295) to the Duval County line.........
 1180      PA   Design, const. widening of PA 94 from York-   $3,000,000
                 Adams County line to Elm Street in
                 Hanover, PA..............................
 1181        CA Improvement of intersection at Burbank          $160,000
                 Blvd. and Woodley Ave....................
 1182      NY   I-81 Corridor Improvements in Syracuse, NY    $2,000,000
 1183      WA   Perform final interchange design and          $1,050,000
                 property acqusition at Fleshman Way where
                 it crosses SR 129, that enhances safety
                 and passenger and freight mobility and
                 reduces congestion.......................
 1184      WA   Roosevelt Extension at Urban Avenue to        $4,000,000
                 Cameron Way in Mount Vernon..............
 1185      NJ   Hazel Street reconstruction, Passaic          $4,000,000
                 County...................................
 1186      FL   Improvements to Eller Drive including         $1,000,000
                 right-of-way acquisition and construction
                 of return loop connector.................
 1187      MO   Study Highway 37-60 Entire Corridor.......    $2,500,000
 1188      TX   The District-Tyler Outer Loop 49              $6,480,000
                 Construction.............................
 1189      PA   Tidal Schuylkill Riverfront project           $1,680,000
                 consists of an eight mile bike and
                 pedestrian recreation trail from Locust
                 Street to Historic Bartram's Gardens.....
 1190      NY   Town of Fishkill reconstruct Maple Ave....       $24,500
 1191      IL   For IDOT to expedite pre-construction and     $3,500,000
                 construction to widen I-55 from
                 Naperville Road south to I-80............
 1192      UT   200 East Minor Arterial, Logan City, Utah.      $900,000
 1193      NJ   Construct I-287, I-80, Route 202              $1,000,000
                 Interchange..............................
 1194      NY   Design and construction of Fulton Street      $5,600,000
                 from Clinton Avenue to Bedford Avenue in
                 Brooklyn, New York.......................
 1195      TX   Port of Corpus Christi Joe Fulton               $500,000
                 International Trade Corridor for
                 congestion and safety enhancements.......
 1196      MO   Renovations and Enhancements on the             $800,000
                 Bicycle Pedestrian Facility on the Old
                 Chain of Rocks Bridge spanning the
                 Mississippi River........................
 1197        CT Construct Shoreline Greenway Trail,           $2,000,000
                 Guilford, Branford, East Haven...........
 1198      NJ   Transportation Improvements in Liberty        $5,000,000
                 Corridor.................................
 1199      OH   Construct SR 104 into a 4 lane facility       $6,000,000
                 with a turning lane in Ross County.......
 1200      MO   Construct 2 lanes on Hwy 45 from Hwy 9 to     $3,000,000
                 Graden Road in Platte County.............
 1201      MS   Plan and Construct Highway 45 Bypass in       $4,000,000
                 Columbus.................................
 1202      PA   Reconstruct hwy & replace of bridge on US     $1,500,000
                 422 between the Berks County Line and the
                 Schuylkill River in Montgomery and
                 Chester Counties.........................
 1203      FL   Construct SR 20 connection to SR 100 via      $4,300,000
                 CR 309-C, Putnam County, Florida.........
 1204      OH   Road and related pedestrian improvements        $100,000
                 at SR 283 in the Village of Grand River,
                 OH.......................................
 1205      NY   Road infrastracture projects to improve       $8,150,000
                 commercial access in the Towns of Malta
                 and Stillwater and the Village of Round
                 Lake, Saratoga County, New York..........
 1206      NY   Replace structurally deficient bridge over    $1,000,000
                 the Pocantico River, the Village of
                 Pleasantville............................
 1207      IL   Complete Heavy Truck Loop for DuQuoin           $625,000
                 Industrial Park..........................
 1208      MD   Construction and dualization of US 113....   $15,000,000
 1209      GA   Streetscape-Quitman.......................      $200,000
 1210      NY   Town of New Windsor Toleman & Station           $715,000
                 Roads Reconstruction and area
                 Improvements.............................
 1211      IL   Turning lanes to US Rt. 14 (Northwest         $1,100,000
                 Highway) at the Arthur Ave Union Pacific
                 Grade in Arlington Heights...............
 1212      WA   Design and construct pedestrian land          $2,000,000
                 bridge spanning SR 14....................
 1213      MI   Construction of Greenways in Pittsfield         $299,000
                 Charter Township--2.5 miles to existing
                 Ann Arbor Greenways, Pittsfield Charter
                 Township.................................
 1214        CA Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy--      $6,200,000
                 Plan and Implement Trails & Bikeways Plan
                 for the Golden Gate National Recreation
                 Area and Presidio........................
 1215      NY   State of NY Village of Kiryas Joel              $750,000
                 sidewalk project.........................
 1216      OH   Tuscarawas Township, Stark County, Ohio.        $800,000
                 Improvements to Alabama Ave..............
 1217      IL   Transportation Enhancement and road             $952,572
                 improvements necessary for Downtown Plaza
                 improvements in Jacksonville, IL.........
 1218        CA Upgrade and reconstruct I-580/Vasco Road      $2,500,000
                 Interchange, City of Livermore...........
 1219      TX   Build Bike Trail at Chacon Creek in Laredo    $3,300,000
 1220      UT   3200 South Project, Nibley, Utah..........    $1,000,000
 1221      NJ   Expand Route 440--State Street Interchange    $5,000,000
                 in Perth Amboy...........................
 1222      GA   Improvement and construction of SR 40 from    $1,000,000
                 east of St. Marys cutoff at mile post
                 5.0, Charlton County to County Route 61,
                 Camden County, Georgia...................
 1223      PA   Erie, PA Regional upgrades to urban-rural     $1,600,000
                 corridors................................
 1224      GA   Georgia Construct Three Greenway Trail        $2,000,000
                 Project, Dekalb County...................
 1225      FL   Cross Creek Boulevard Widening............    $1,800,000
 1226      MD   Implement Intelligent Transportation          $1,400,000
                 System in Baltimore......................
 1227      OH   Construct an access road into the               $800,000
                 industrial park near SR 209 and CR 345 in
                 Guernsey County..........................
 1228        CA Improve the Rosecrans Ave and Alondra Blvd       $50,000
                 bridges over the San Gabriel River in
                 Bellflower...............................
 1229      PA   Independence National Historic Park scenic    $4,500,000
                 enhancement and pedestrian walkways
                 improvement project in conjunction with
                 the park's Executive Mansion Exhibit.....
 1230        CA Modesto, Riverbank & Oakdale, CA Improve      $2,000,000
                 SR 219 to 4-lanes........................
 1231      ME   Modifications to Exit 7/I-295 and to          $3,380,000
                 Franklin Arterial, Portland..............
 1232      KY   Replace Bridge and Approaches on Searcy         $875,000
                 School Road over Beaver Creek, Anderson
                 County...................................
 1233      NJ   Route 22 Sustainable Corridor Plan........    $3,000,000
 1234      NY   Conduct studies, if necessary, and            $5,000,000
                 construct the High Line Trail Project,
                 New York City............................
 1235      WA   Install dual left turn lanes and              $1,750,000
                 intersection signal modifications at SR
                 432 and Columbia Blvd....................
 1236      OK   Transportaion enhancements for Highway 19     $3,000,000
                 from Ada to Stratford....................
 1237        CA Interstate 15-Base Line Road Interchange      $5,000,000
                 Project, Rancho Cucamonga, California....
 1238       SC  Build Interchange at US 17 and Bowman Road    $6,000,000
                 in Mount Pleasant, SC....................
 1239        CA Complete Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic        $6,000,000
                 Trail between Monterey and Santa Cruz
                 counties.................................
 1240      NY   Improve Hospital Road Bridge between CR99     $6,000,000
                 and CR101, Patchogue.....................
 1241      NV   Construct Martin Luther King Blvd.--          $8,000,000
                 Industrial Rd. Connector.................
 1242      MI   I-96 Beck,Wixom Road Interchange, design,     $3,000,000
                 ROW, and construction....................
 1243      IA   Muscatine, IA Construction of 4.2 mile          $500,000
                 multi-purpose trail from Musser Park to
                 Weggens Road.............................
 1244      GA   Historic preservation of a city bus             $134,917
                 station in downtown Eastman..............
 1245      TX   Construction of internal roads at Port of     $2,500,000
                 Brownsville to make roads safer with less
                 wear and tear............................
 1246      NY   NYSDOT Route 55 turning lane at Gardner         $500,000
                 Hollow Road..............................
 1247      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and                $100,000
                 pedestrian trail, Lewisburg..............
 1248      TX   Reconstruct Danieldale Rd from I-35E to       $2,000,000
                 Houston School Rd in Lancaster...........
 1249        CT Relocation of Edmond Road in Newtown and      $2,000,000
                 construction of additional turning lanes
                 at Rte 6 and Commerce and Edmond Rds.....
 1250      OH   Construction of Interchange at State Route    $1,500,000
                 8 and Seasons Road, Stow, OH.............
 1251      NJ   North Avenue-Route 1 Elizabeth Pedestrian        $75,000
                 and Bicycle Project......................
 1252      AL   Pedestrian Improvements for Morris, AL....      $100,000
 1253      NY   Preliminary design and environmental          $7,360,000
                 impact study for a collector-distributor
                 road along I-95 from Westchester Ave. to
                 Bartow Ave...............................
 1254      NJ   Replacement of Signals at the                   $490,000
                 Intersections of Centennial Ave @ Lincoln
                 Ave and Walnut Ave @ Lincoln Ave,
                 Cranford, NJ.............................
 1255      KS   Replacement or rehabilitation of the          $2,500,000
                 Amelia Earhart US-59 Bridge in Atchison
                 County, Kansas...........................
 1256        CA San Diego, CA Interstate 15 Managed Lanes.    $1,000,000
 1257        CA Central Galt & State Route 99 Interchange     $3,000,000
                 and Access Improvements..................
 1258      OH   Springfield, OH Relocation of North Street    $3,450,000
 1259      KY   Reconstruct KY 89 from Irvine Bypass to         $750,000
                 2000 Feet North of Estill County High
                 School, Estill County....................
 1260      NY   Town of East Fishkill new construction          $800,000
                 Bypass road..............................
 1261        CA Establish new grade separation at Sunset      $2,000,000
                 Ave in Banning...........................
 1262        CT Construct and Widen Stamford Rail             $1,000,000
                 Underpass & Road Realignment Project.....
 1263      TN   Hamblen County, Tennessee US 11E (SR 34)      $1,000,000
                 interchange improvements.................
 1264      IL   Implement ITS and congestion Mitigation       $4,000,000
                 Project on I-294 and I-90................
 1265      AZ   Bridge at 59th Ave and Glendale Ave.......    $2,000,000
 1266      TX   Hike and bike trail will tie into the         $1,000,000
                 Gellhorn Dr. project providing an
                 improved multi-modal transportation
                 facility.................................
 1267      OH   Jackson Township, Ohio--Hill and Dales        $2,000,000
                 Road widening............................
 1268       SC  Build 701 Connector (Southern Conway          $5,000,000
                 Bypass) in SC............................
 1269      MN   Reconstruct I-694 White Bear Avenue (CSAH       $500,000
                 65) Interchange in White Bear Lake.......
 1270      WI   Replace 17th Street Lift Bridge, Two          $6,000,000
                 Rivers, Wisconsin........................
 1271      MA   Route 116 and Bay Road Intersection           $4,000,000
                 Improvements- Amherst....................
 1272      IL   Streetscape improvements on Blue Island       $1,000,000
                 from 19th-21st St, Chicago...............
 1273      TN   Construct and improves intersections in         $100,000
                 Niota, Tennessee.........................
 1274        CA Upgrade Bellflower intersections at             $350,000
                 Alondra Blvd and at Rosecrans Ave in
                 Bellflower...............................
 1275      NJ   Construct Riverbank Park Bike Trail,          $2,500,000
                 Kearny...................................
 1276       NC  Install ITS on US 52 in Forsyth County....      $400,000
 1277      MD   Construction and dualization of MD 404 in     $7,000,000
                 Queen Anne, Talbot and Caroline Counties.
 1278      NY   Land acquisition and improvements on            $925,000
                 Louisa Street, Peekskill, NY.............
 1279      IL   Upgrade connector road from IL Rt I-255 to    $2,400,000
                 IL Rt 3, Sauget..........................
 1280      NJ   Reconstruction of Route 46/Route 3/Valley    $12,000,000
                 Rd/Notch Rd Interchange..................
 1281      MS   Upgrade roads in Attala County District 4     $1,000,000
                 (Roads 4211 and 4204), Kosciusko, Ward 3
                 (U.S. Hwy 16), and Ethel (U.S. Hwy 12),
                 Attala County............................
 1282      TX   Construction of streets in the White          $9,250,000
                 Heather area of Houston..................
 1283      MS   Upgrade roads in Canton (U.S. Hwy 51, 22,       $400,000
                 16 and I-55), Madison County.............
 1284      IA   Reconstruction of the Neal Smith Trail,       $3,600,000
                 bicycle and pedestrian, Polk Co..........
 1285        CA Rehabilitate pavement on Azusa Avenue and       $500,000
                 San Gabriel Avenue in Azusa..............
 1286        CA South Bay Cities COG Coastal Corridor         $2,000,000
                 Transportation Initiative, Phase 3, El
                 Segundo..................................
 1287      MS   Upgrade roads in Terry, Edwards,Utica and     $1,250,000
                 Bolton, Hinds County.....................
 1288      FL   US 1 six laning from St. Lucie County line    $1,000,000
                 to south of 4th St in Indian River
                 County, FL...............................
 1289      MD   Expand Route 29 in Howard County..........    $6,800,000
 1290      WA   Issaquah SE Bypass........................    $5,000,000
 1291      NY   Town of Patterson Couch Road project......       $75,000
 1292      MD   US 220 MD 53 North South Corridor.........    $1,000,000
 1293      NJ   Improvements to Clove Road and Long Hill      $3,500,000
                 Road in Little Falls and Upper Mountain
                 Ave. in Montclair........................
 1294      HI   Study of East Hawaii Alternative Road,          $200,000
                 Island of Hawaii.........................
 1295      FL   Town of Southwest Ranches Urban               $2,000,000
                 Interchange..............................
 1296        CA Long Beach Intelligent Transportation         $3,000,000
                 System: Integrate functioning traffic
                 management center that includes the port,
                 transit, airport as well as the city's
                 police and fire departments, Long Beach..
 1297        CA Almaden Expressway Improvements between       $3,500,000
                 Branham Lane and Blossom Road, San Jose..
 1298      AR   Construct and rehabilitate University of      $1,200,000
                 Arkansas Technology Corridor Enhancement
                 Project..................................
 1299        CO US 550, New Mexico State Line to Durango..    $6,000,000
 1300      TX   Construct bicycle and pedestrian trails in      $750,000
                 Houston's historic Third Ward............
 1301      NY   Village of Cold Spring Main St. sidewalk        $250,000
                 and lighting improvements................
 1302      NY   Village of Goshen Hatfield Lane                 $250,000
                 reconstruction...........................
 1303       SC  Plan and build Interstate 73 from NC line    $10,000,000
                 to Myrtle Beach, SC......................
 1304      TX   IH-35E Bridge Reconstruction over Lake        $1,000,000
                 Lewisville...............................
 1305      FL   Construct College Road Improvements, Key        $500,000
                 West, Florida............................
 1306      NY   West Harlem Waterfront-ferry, intermodal     $14,000,000
                 and street improvements..................
 1307        CA Construct sound barriers at the I-805/S.R.      $850,000
                 54 Interchange, National City............
 1308      NY   Road projects that develop Access to Port     $1,250,000
                 Byron and Erie Canal.....................
 1309      FL   West Palm Beach, Florida, Flagler Drive       $1,000,000
                 Reconfiguration..........................
 1310      AL   Construct extension of I-565 westward         $5,000,000
                 fromexisting interchange to existing
                 Tennessee River bridges at Decatur, AL...
 1311        CT Construct Farmington Canal Greenway, City     $2,500,000
                 of New Haven and Hamden..................
 1312      GA   Replace sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and        $400,000
                 install landscaping, Helena..............
 1313      IA   Upgrade US 30 Liberty Square in City of       $9,500,000
                 Clinton, Iowa............................
 1314      HI   Study of Waianae Coast Emergency Access         $500,000
                 Road.....................................
 1315      NY   Westchester County,NY Rehabilitation of         $500,000
                 Lexington Ave, Mt. Kisco.................
 1316        CA Widen and Improve County Line Road in         $2,000,000
                 Calimesa.................................
 1317      OH   Construct turn lane, install traffic            $600,000
                 light, and reorient traffic on SR 146
                 near Bussemer Lane in Muskingum County...
 1318      RI   Restore and Expand Maritime Heritage site     $1,000,000
                 in Bristol...............................
 1319      OH   City of Green, Ohio. Lauby Road exit          $1,500,000
                 improvements.............................
 1320      NY   Construct Bicycle Path in Town of Bedford.      $650,000
 1321        CA Compton Arterial Reconstruction and           $4,000,000
                 Improvement Program, Compton.............
 1322      MT   Construction of S. 323 from Alzada to        $12,000,000
                 Ekalaka in Carter County.................
 1323      IL   Improve Great River Road, Mercer County...      $500,000
 1324      FL   Normandy Blvd. & Cassat Ave.                    $500,000
                 Transportation Enhancements, Jacksonville
 1325      OH   North Canton, OH Applegrove St. road          $3,000,000
                 widening.................................
 1326      MA   Design & Build Cape Cod Bike Trail, with      $4,000,000
                 Shining Sea Bikeway, to link core with
                 outer Cape communities & heavily visited
                 national sites...........................
 1327      TN   Plan and construct N. Tennessee Boulevard       $500,000
                 enhancements.............................
 1328      NJ   Quinn Road realignment, Clifton...........    $3,000,000
 1329      MO   Reconstruct Interstate 44 and Highway 65     $16,300,000
                 Interchange..............................
 1330      MN   Reconstruct TH 61 from Beaver Bay to          $6,800,000
                 Silver Bay. Construction of Gitchi-Gami
                 Spur Trail between main trail and Silver
                 Bay Marina along TH 61 roadway segment...
 1331      KY   Reconstruction of KY 259 in Edmonson          $1,500,000
                 County from Green River Bridge at
                 Brownsville to Kyrock Elementary School..
 1332      LA   Construction of a merge lane at the             $500,000
                 intersection of I-49 and US 190..........
 1333      AL   Expand SR-210 (Ross Clark Circle) from US     $4,000,000
                 231 North to US 231 South in Dothan, AL..
 1334      MD   Construct interchange at MD Route 355 at      $2,000,000
                 Montrose and Randolph Roads in Montgomery
                 County...................................
 1335        CA Construct new interchange and related road    $3,670,000
                 improvements on US 101 near Airport Blvd,
                 Salinas..................................
 1336      PA   COnstruct the French Creek Parkway in         $5,000,000
                 Phoenixville, PA.........................
 1337      MN   Capacity and safety improvements to TH 8,     $7,200,000
                 west of 306th St. to eastern city limits,
                 Lindstrom................................
 1338      VA   Eastern Seaboard Intermodal Transportation    $1,500,000
                 Applications Center (ESITAC) in Hampton
                 Roads....................................
 1339      IL   Construct underpass at intersection of        $5,500,000
                 Damen/Fullerton/Elston Avenues, Chicago..
 1340      AR   Highway 165: Railroad Overpass............    $2,000,000
 1341      FL   Implement Snake Road (BIA Route 1281)         $1,000,000
                 Widening and Improvements................
 1342        CA Construction of new freeway between I-15      $5,000,000
                 and US-395, including new interchange at
                 I--15....................................
 1343      OH   Lake Township, Ohio. Market Avenue-Lake       $2,200,000
                 Center intersections improvement.........
 1344        CT Construct Quinnipiac Linear Trail,            $1,000,000
                 Wallingford..............................
 1345      MI   Construction of a hike and bike path from       $500,000
                 Riverbends Park, 22 Mile Road, to Stony
                 Creek Park, 25 Mile Road in Shelby
                 Township.................................
 1346      IN   Reconstruct Boston Street, from State Road      $750,000
                 2 to Bach St., Larson-Whirlpool St. in
                 LaPorte, Indiana.........................
 1347      OR   Improvements to Bandon-Charleston State       $4,200,000
                 Scenic Tour on Randolph Road and North
                 Bank Lane................................
 1348      VA   Conduct study of Route 460 Corridor,          $5,000,000
                 Virginia.................................
 1349      NJ   Construct Sparta Stanhope Road Bridge (AKA    $1,000,000
                 Bridge K-07).............................
 1350      KY   Reconstruct Turkeyfoot Road, Kenton           $3,000,000
                 County, Kentucky.........................
 1351      OH   Construct additional lane to alleviate          $800,000
                 traffic congrestion on US 40 in and
                 adjacent to St. Clairsville..............
 1352        CO CO 56th Avenue & Quebec Street                $6,500,000
                 Improvements Phase I, Denver.............
 1353      OH   Construct Truck Bypass-Orville, Ohio......    $6,004,400
 1354      PA   Conversion of Penn and Park Bridges              $50,000
                 located over Spring Run in Altoona, Pa
                 into pedestrian bridges..................
 1355        CA Coyote Creek Trail Project--Story Road to     $2,500,000
                 Montague Expressway......................
 1356      PA   Construct Cameron Street Bridge               $1,000,000
                 Northumberland County, Pennsylvania......
 1357      OH   Construct upgrade of SR 16 to 4 lanes from    $3,000,000
                 SR 60 to SR 16 in Coschocton County......
 1358      OH   Medina, Ohio. Guilford Avenue urban road      $1,960,000
                 collector pavement reconstruction........
 1359      TN   Improvements to I-40 interchange at I-240     $3,000,000
                 East of Memphis (Phase II)...............
 1360      WY   Casper Bypass: Reconstruct Old Yellowstone    $5,000,000
                 Hwy and 2nd St...........................
 1361      NY   Construct sidewalks and roadway                 $600,000
                 improvements on Oscawana Lake Road in the
                 Town of Putnam Valley....................
 1362      LA   Engineering and right of way acquisition     $10,000,000
                 for I-49 Corridor........................
 1363      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Edwardsville Borough, Luzerne County..
 1364      IL   Foster Avenue at Kedzie Avenue Streetscape    $2,000,000
 1365      WV   Construct I-73/74 High Priority Corridor,    $11,200,000
                 Mercer Co................................
 1366      NY   Improve Long and Short Beach Road,            $2,100,000
                 Southampton..............................
 1367        CA Modify I-880 & Stevens Creek Boulevard       $12,000,000
                 Interchange to ease traffic congestion in
                 San Jose.................................
 1368      NY   Improve road and streetscape along            $1,000,000
                 Prospect Avenue in North Hempstead.......
 1369        CA Palm Drive & Interstate 10 interchange        $2,750,000
                 project..................................
 1370      MN   Reconstruct TH 36 from expressway to          $6,000,000
                 freeway in North St. Paul................
 1371        CA Construct I-580 Interchange Improvements      $1,200,000
                 in Castro Valley.........................
 1372      AL   Expand US 331 from Luverne, AL to             $3,000,000
                 Montgomery, AL...........................
 1373      TX   Construction of highway medians,                $500,000
                 pedestrian walkways for City of South
                 Padre Island.............................
 1374      NY   Construct Rt. 12 intersection between         $2,400,000
                 Pamela Drive-River Road-Located in the
                 Town of Chenango.........................
 1375      IL   Construct Streetscape Project, Village of       $800,000
                 Robbins..................................
 1376      GA   Effingham Parkway to Connect SR119 to SR30    $3,000,000
 1377      MD   Construct Phase 2 of the Jones Falls Trail    $4,000,000
                 from Baltimore Penn Station to the
                 Maryland Science Center on the Inner
                 Harbor...................................
 1378      IL   For Will County for engineering and right-      $500,000
                 of-way acquisition to extend 95th Street
                 from Plainfield-Naperville Road east to
                 Boughton Road............................
 1379      PA   Construct Valley Business Park Access Road    $2,700,000
                 C, Bradford County.......................
 1380      LA   Improve by widening, realigning, &            $3,000,000
                 resurfacing 3.2 miles of LA Hwy 820 btwn
                 LA Hwy 145 & LA Hwy 821..................
 1381      IN   45th Street Improvements, Munster.........      $500,000
 1382      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 including in the vicinity of PS K124.....
 1383      VT   Construction and engineering for the          $1,085,514
                 Vermont Smugglers Notch Scenic Highway
                 Corridor Southern Gateway and Notch
                 Proper Facilities........................
 1384      OH   Planning and construction of a network of       $950,000
                 recreational trails in Perry Township....
 1385      GA   Construction of the Truman Linear Park        $1,260,000
                 Trail-Phase II...........................
 1386      NJ   Pedestrian and bicycle facilities, and          $750,000
                 street lighting in Haddon Heights/
                 Barrington...............................
 1387        CA Reconstruct interchange at I-10 and           $2,000,000
                 Riverside Avenue to improve traffic in
                 Rialto...................................
 1388        CA Reconstruct Bloomfield Av. with medians         $400,000
                 from Carson St. to north city limits in
                 Hawaiian Gardens.........................
 1389       SC  Extension of Wells Highway, Oconee County,    $2,000,000
                 South Carolina...........................
 1390        CA Reconstruct Paramount Bl. with medians and      $600,000
                 improve drainage from Artesia Bl. to
                 Candlewood St. in Long Beach.............
 1391      IL   Reconstruction of 5th Street Road (FAS          $952,570
                 569)in Logan County, IL..................
 1392      WA   Reconstruction of SR 99 (Aurora Ave N)        $2,000,000
                 between N 145th St and N 205th St........
 1393      NY   Page Green--Phase III--Reconstruction of      $3,600,000
                 2.6 miles. Town of Virgil, Cortland
                 County...................................
 1394      MI   Gogebic County, Reconstruct Lake Road in        $805,000
                 Ironwood from Margaret Street to Airport
                 Road.....................................
 1395      GU   Piti, GU Construct Cabras Island              $6,000,000
                 Intermodal Facility......................
 1396      IN   Redevelop and Complete the Cardinal           $3,000,000
                 Greenway and Starr-Gennett Area in the
                 City of Richmond, Indiana................
 1397      NY   Rehabilitate and redesign Erie Canal            $500,000
                 Museum in Syracuse, NY through the Erie
                 Canalway National Heritage Corridor
                 Commission...............................
 1398      OH   Construction of 6.25 mile bicycle project       $500,000
                 in Mahoning County.......................
 1399      NM   I-40/Munoz Reconstruction in the City of      $1,500,000
                 Gallup...................................
 1400      TX   Rehabilitate Yale Street between IH 10 to     $1,000,000
                 IH 610...................................
 1401        CA Reconstruct Long Beach Bl. with medians       $3,000,000
                 and improve drainage from Palm Av. to
                 Tweedy Bl. in Lynwood....................
 1402        CA Expand carsharing pilot program to serve      $2,000,000
                 low- and moderate-income neighborhoods in
                 the City and County of San Francisco.....
 1403      FL   Implement Kennedy Boulevard corridor          $2,500,000
                 improvements to improve safety in Tampa..
 1404      MD   Construct Broadneck Peninsula Trail, Anne     $1,500,000
                 Arundel County, Maryland.................
 1405      MO   Relocation and reconstruction of Rt MM       $17,180,000
                 from Rt 21 to Rt 30......................
 1406      MN   Replace three at-grade highway-railroad       $2,000,000
                 crossings with grade-separated crossings
                 adjacent to Winona State University......
 1407        CA Construct Traffic flow improvements             $750,000
                 Vincent and Lakes Drive, West Covina.....
 1408        CA Construction of an interchange located at     $3,000,000
                 the intersection of future State Route 65
                 and Ferrari Ranch Road-Westwood in Placer
                 County...................................
 1409      KS   Construct highway-rail grade separation      $14,000,000
                 from Douglas Avenue to 17th Street North
                 in Wichita, KS...........................
 1410      OH   Conduct Phase II of U.S. Route 68 bypass      $2,300,000
                 project in Urbana........................
 1411      GA   Construct sidewalks and install                 $500,000
                 landscaping, Vienna......................
 1412      TX   Extension of FM 1427 in Penitas...........      $700,000
 1413      MD   MD 124, Woodfield Road, from Midcounty        $2,000,000
                 Highway to Warfield Road.................
 1414        CA Rio Vista Bridge Realignment Study &            $700,000
                 Street Sign Safety Program...............
 1415        CO SH 121--Bowles Ave Intersection and           $2,000,000
                 Roadway Improvements, Jefferson County
                 Colorado.................................
 1416      NY   Implement Improvements for Pedestrian         $1,000,000
                 Safety in Queens County..................
 1417      NY   Repair and improve Jericho Turnpike (NYS      $2,000,000
                 HWY 25) and construct streetscapes along
                 the Turnpike in New Hyde Park............
 1418      GA   SR 316/SR 20 interchange construction           $500,000
                 Gwinnett, County.........................
 1419      IL   Construct Pedestrian walkways and             $4,210,000
                 streetscaping projects in the Village of
                 Western Springs..........................
 1420      WA   SR 518 corridor--Improvements to SR 518-      $1,000,000
                 509 interchange and addition of eastbound
                 travel lane on a portion of the corridor.
 1421        CA Development and construction of               $3,000,000
                 improvements to State Route 79 in the San
                 Jacinto Valley...........................
 1422      MN   Construct roadway improvements on the         $6,960,000
                 Great River Road on CSAH 10 and CSAH 21,
                 Aitkin County............................
 1423      WA   Conduct preliminary engineering and EIS      $12,854,000
                 for Columbia River Crossing in WA and OR.
 1424       NC  Greensboro Signal System Replacement ITS     $12,500,000
                 Enhancement Project......................
 1425      MN   Reconstruction of 1 mile of CR 107 from         $500,000
                 CSAH 2 to Highway 11 and 71, Koochiching
                 County...................................
 1426      OH   Plain Township, Ohio. Market Avenue           $5,000,000
                 widening.................................
 1427      LA   Construct right of way improvements from      $3,000,000
                 Third St. at James St. to LA. Hwy. One at
                 Broadway St. Acquire property at Third
                 St. and Winn St..........................
 1428      PA   State Street Bridge Rehabilitation,           $1,500,000
                 Hamburg..................................
 1429      OH   Construct Flats East Bulkhead and             $4,650,000
                 Riverwalk: construct bulkhead and
                 riverwalk connecting Front and Maine Ave.
 1430      NY   Construct/reconstruct Lincoln Road:             $900,000
                 Commercial Street to Route 31F in the
                 Town-Village of East Rochester...........
 1431      OH   Acquire land and construct Portage Bike       $1,000,000
                 and Hike Trail, Portage Co...............
 1432       NC  Continued development of Cary, NC             $1,500,000
                 pedestrian bike paths....................
 1433      TX   Cottonflat Road overpass at Interstate 20.    $1,500,000
 1434      NY   Improve Rt. 17M access, safety and traffic      $750,000
                 management...............................
 1435      OH   Safety improvements to Paris Avenue           $1,500,000
                 intersections and Meese Rd. and Easton
                 St. -Nimishillen Township, Ohio..........
 1436        CA Alameda Corridor-East Construction              $300,000
                 Authority, San Gabriel Valley............
 1437      WA   Construct a tunnel as part of the            $21,000,000
                 Bremerton Pedestrian-Bremerton
                 Transportation Center Access Improvement
                 project..................................
 1438       NC  Eliminate highway-railway crossings in the    $1,000,000
                 city of Fayetteville, NC.................
 1439      NJ   Hoboken Observer Highway Operational and      $2,500,000
                 Safety Improvements......................
 1440        CA Reconfigure San Fernando Road from            $7,000,000
                 Fletcher Drive to I-5 Fwy, Los Angeles...
 1441      NY   Construction of an access road, drainage      $2,695,000
                 improvements, and aesthetic enhancements
                 adjacent to Ocean Parkway in the Town of
                 Babylon, NY..............................
 1442      TX   Construct highway improvements on E.          $2,800,000
                 Tidwell, Ley Rd, and E. Little York Rd...
 1443      AZ   Construct pedestrian and bicycle overpass     $3,000,000
                 at McDowell Road & 35th Avenue in Phoenix
 1444      TX   Reconstruct I-30 Trinity River Bridge,       $25,000,000
                 Dallas...................................
 1445      PA   Armstrong and Indiana County,                 $2,000,000
                 Pennsylvania, U.S. 422 Improvements......
 1446      TX   Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail Network in       $9,600,000
                 East Austin..............................
 1447      NV   Construct I-15 Cactus Avenue..............   $10,000,000
 1448      AL   I-65 Widening from U.S. 31 in Alabaster       $8,000,000
                 (Exit 238) to AL 25 in Calera (Exit 228).
 1449      NY   Improve Route 4 Streetscape and replace       $4,350,000
                 waterlines, Town and Village of Fort
                 Edward, Washington County................
 1450      OH   Planning and construction on bike paths       $1,000,000
                 and trails as part of Phases III-VI in
                 Ashtabula Metroparks Western Reserve
                 Greenway.................................
 1451        CO Construction of Powers Boulevard and         $10,000,000
                 Woodman Road interchange, Colorado
                 Springs..................................
 1452      MN   Environmental review for TH 8 upgrade,          $600,000
                 Forest Lake to Chisago City..............
 1453      MD   Construct Pedestrian Bridge and Garage at     $3,000,000
                 Coppin State University in Baltimore.....
 1454      MD   Historic Preservation and Traffic             $1,900,000
                 Improvements along Liberty Heights Ave.
                 and in Druid Hill Park in Baltimore......
 1455       NC  I-85 in Vance County......................    $1,000,000
 1456      PA   Design and construct interchange and          $6,000,000
                 related improvements at I 83 Exit 19.....
 1457      IL   Preconstruction and Construction at IL 31     $2,420,000
                 from Bull Valley Road to IL 176..........
 1458      MS   Replace Popps Ferry Road Bridge, Biloxi...    $5,000,000
 1459      IL   Reconstruct Lakeshore Drive Overpass over     $1,500,000
                 Wilson avenue, Chicago...................
 1460      AL   Pedestrian Improvements for Moody, AL.....      $100,000
 1461      MA   Design and construct Canal and Union            $800,000
                 Street Corridor improvements, Lawrence...
 1462      OH   Construct new two lane road to Sycamore       $1,250,000
                 Street in Gallia County..................
 1463      AL   Construct interchange on Interstate 85 at       $500,000
                 Beehive Road in Auburn, AL...............
 1464      ME   Improvements to the Interconnecting Trail       $500,000
                 System for bike/pedestrian trails near
                 Baxter State Park........................
 1465      TX   ROW acquisition for 87 Relief Route.......    $1,500,000
 1466      WA   Restore and construct historic Naches           $500,000
                 Depot and Trail project..................
 1467      GA   S.R. 20 widening from I-575 to S.R. 369,      $1,000,000
                 Cherokee County..........................
 1468      IL   Road Construction and reconstruction in       $2,300,000
                 the Village of Hampshire: Keyes Ave.,
                 Industrial Drive Overlay, and Mill Avenue
 1469      IL   Conduct study and design of Chicago North     $1,000,000
                 lakefront path expansion project.........
 1470      MS   I-59 interchange at US 84 and SR 15,          $5,000,000
                 Laurel...................................
 1471      TX   Improvements to IH-35E from US 77 North of    $4,000,000
                 Waxahachie to US 77 South of Waxahachie..
 1472      MO   Scudder Road and I-170 Interchange            $2,000,000
                 Improvements, St. Louis County...........
 1473      GA   Construct and Improve Cobb County Trails..    $1,500,000
 1474      MS   Extend SR 590 from US 11 to SR 29 near        $4,000,000
                 Ellisville...............................
 1475      IN   Improve Intersection at Jackson Street and      $560,000
                 Morrison Road in the City of Muncie,
                 Delaware County, Indiana.................
 1476        CO Construction of McCaslin Boulevard US 36      $1,000,000
                 Interchange in Superior..................
 1477      MA   Route 128 Improvements--Route 114 in          $2,000,000
                 Peabody to Route 62 in Danvers...........
 1478      TX   Lubbock, Texas Construction for Marsha       $15,550,000
                 Sharp Freeway main lanes between Chicago
                 and Salem Avenues........................
 1479      NH   South Road Mitigation in Londonderry......    $1,500,000
 1480      NY    Paul Road--Fisher Road Improvements, Town    $4,000,000
                 of Chili, Monroe County..................
 1481        CA Construct truck lane on Keystone Road from    $2,500,000
                 State Route 111 to Austin Road, Imperial
                 County...................................
 1482      MS   Construct East Metropolitan Corridor          $5,000,000
                 linking I-20 at Brandon to Hwy 25 at
                 Flowood..................................
 1483      LA   Leeville Bridge, Port Fourchon to Golden      $5,000,000
                 Meadow...................................
 1484      GA   National Infantry Museum Transporation        $3,000,000
                 Network..................................
 1485      AL   Interchange at I-65 and Limestone County      $1,000,000
                 Road 24 Constuction......................
 1486      PA   Project to realign intersection of King of    $1,649,000
                 Prussia Road and Upper Gulph Road to
                 provide turning lanes and signalization..
 1487      FL   Widen State Road 80, Hendry County........    $1,000,000
 1488      SD   Construction of four-lane highway on US 79    $8,000,000
                 between Maverick Junction, and the
                 Nebraska border..........................
 1489      IL   130th and Torrance Avenue Intersection        $9,000,000
                 Improvement, Chicago.....................
 1490      OK   Improvements to Hereford Lane and US69        $1,000,000
                 Interchange, McAlester...................
 1491      GA   Athens-Clarke County Bike Trail Project...    $1,400,000
 1492        CT Construct UCONN Storrs Campus-Hillside        $5,000,000
                 Road.....................................
 1493      NM   I-25, Tramway North to Bernalillo,            $3,000,000
                 Reconstruction...........................
 1494      NJ   Planning for Liberty Corridor.............      $500,000
 1495      OR   Sellwood Bridge Replacement,--Multnomah       $3,000,000
                 County...................................
 1496      NM   Statewide ITS Deployment..................    $2,000,000
 1497      FL   Acquire Land and Construct the Englewood      $3,000,000
                 Interstate Connector in Sarasota County,
                 Florida..................................
 1498      NY   Elevate and construct drainage                $3,000,000
                 improvements to Beach Road, Canal Road,
                 and Sea Breeze Road in Massapequa, New
                 York.....................................
 1499      TX   Design and construction streetscape           $1,000,000
                 improvements in Midtown, enhance
                 pedestrian access........................
 1500      NY   Replace sidewalk along Route 9A in Hamlet       $330,000
                 of Montrose, Town of Cortlandt...........
 1501      MN   Construction and widening of TH 241 in the    $2,000,000
                 city of St. Michael, MN..................
 1502      GA   I-75 lanes from Aviation Boulevard to SR      $1,500,000
                 54, Clayton County.......................
 1503      VT   Construction and rehabilitation of the        $1,386,000
                 Cross Vermont Trail for the Cross Vermont
                 Trail Association........................
 1504      NY   Construction of a new ramp from 9A            $1,775,000
                 Southbound to Taconic State Parkway
                 Southbound, Westchester County...........
 1505      NY   Restore vehicular traffic to Main Street      $5,000,000
                 in Downtown Buffalo......................
 1506      MI   Construction of 5 lane concrete pavement     $10,000,000
                 with curb, gutter and sewer on Romeo
                 Plank Road from M-59 to 23 Mile Road in
                 Macomb Township..........................
 1507      NY   Enhance road and transportation facilities      $550,000
                 in the vicinity of the Brooklyn
                 Children's Museum........................
 1508      IL   Construct and expand Northwest Illinois US    $4,000,000
                 Rte 20 from Freeport to Galena, IL.......
 1509        CA Construction of new roadway lighting on       $1,000,000
                 major transportation corridors in the
                 Southwest San Fernando Valley............
 1510      MO   Construct Interstate flyover at Hughes       $19,000,000
                 Road and Liberty Drive to 76th Street.
                 Part of Liberty Parkway Project..........
 1511        CA Freeway 180 Improvements Fresno...........    $9,500,000
 1512      NY   Construct sidewalks and curbs on Valley         $450,000
                 Road in Town of Bedford..................
 1513      OK   Construction of rail crossing in Claremore    $2,000,000
                 at Blue Star Drive and SH 66.............
 1514      IL   Improve U.S. Route 34 from Kewanee to           $500,000
                 Kentville Road...........................
 1515      IL   For Naperville Township to fund                 $200,000
                 improvements to North Aurora Road........
 1516      WA   Kent--Construct a single point urban          $1,000,000
                 interchange (SPUI) under I-5 at South
                 272nd St.................................
 1517      TN   Construct Interpretive Visitor Center for     $1,000,000
                 the Cherokee Removal Memorial Park Trail
                 of Tears site in Meigs County, TN........
 1518      GA   Create a greenway trail along the Oconee      $2,000,000
                 River connecting parks, preserving
                 historic sites, and promoting economic
                 development..............................
 1519      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, &         $400,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Dunmore Borough, Lackawanna County....
 1520      PA   Add turn lane, modify signals and install     $2,430,000
                 pavement markings at intersection of PA
                 422 and PA 662 in Amity Township.........
 1521      WI   Construct bicycle/pedestrian path and         $3,500,000
                 facilities in the Central park area of
                 Madison..................................
 1522      VA   Expand Route 15 29 in Culpeper, Virginia..    $2,000,000
 1523      WV   Fairmont Gateway Connector System to         $22,000,000
                 provide an improved highway link between
                 downtown Fairmont and I-79 in the
                 vicinity of Fairmont.....................
 1524      OR   Construct Barber Street extension,            $3,000,000
                 Wilsonville..............................
 1525      FL   Four-laning SR 281 (Avalon Boulevard) in     $14,500,000
                 Santa Rosa County from Interstate 10 to
                 north of CSX RR Bridge...................
 1526      OR   Interstate 5 Interchange at City of Coburg    $9,000,000
 1527      IL   Construction of a bridge at Stearns Road      $2,000,000
                 in Kane County, Illinois.................
 1528      TX   East 7th Street Improvements in Austin....      $525,000
 1529      GA   Rebuild SR-10 Memorial Drive for bicycle      $2,000,000
                 and pedestrian safety, from Mountain
                 Drive to Goldsmith Road, Dekalb County...
 1530      NJ   Provide an alternative route for traffic      $2,500,000
                 passing though congested SR 31 corridor
                 in Flemington NJ.........................
 1531        CA Construction of a smart crosswalk system         $50,000
                 at the intersection of Arminta St. and
                 Mason Ave................................
 1532      WI   Reconstruct U.S. Highway 41 north of Lake    $15,400,000
                 Butte des Morts Bridge, Wisconsin........
 1533      PA   Improvements to 8th and 9th Street bridges      $490,000
                 between Pleasant Valley Blvd. and Valley
                 View Blvd, Altoona, Pa...................
 1534      LA   Construction of a direct intermodal truck    $13,000,000
                 access road from Interstate 210 to the
                 City Docks of the Port of Lake Charles...
 1535      TX   Construct Links Hike & Bike Trail Project.      $500,000
                 2.2 mile trail project connecting Gaylord
                 Texan to Grapevine Mills Mall. Grapvine,
                 TX.......................................
 1536      GA   Construct sidewalks between Marion Middle       $300,000
                 School, City Park, and Community Center,
                 Buena Vista..............................
 1537      IL   Construct a four lane connection between      $2,000,000
                 Rt. 13 and Rt. 45 and upgrades to Netty
                 Green Road in Saline Co Illinois.........
 1538      MI   Plymouth, Haggerty Road from Plymouth Rd.       $500,000
                 to Schoolcraft Rd........................
 1539      TN   Provide streetscape improvements and            $250,000
                 pavement repair, Greenback, Tennessee....
 1540      IA   Reconstruction of NE 56th St, eastern Polk    $1,000,000
                 Co.......................................
 1541      IL   Relocate Pocket Road for Access to              $900,000
                 Racehorse Business Park, Alorton.........
 1542        CT Construct roadway on East Commerce Drive,       $500,000
                 Oxford, CT...............................
 1543      TN   Niota, TN Improve vehicle efficiencies at        $57,000
                 highway At-Grade Railroad Crossing.......
 1544      FL   Plan and Construct 17th Street connector      $2,000,000
                 in the City of Sarasota, FL..............
 1545      VT   Reconstruction and widening of U.S. Route     $1,500,000
                 5 for the Town of Hartford...............
 1546      MO   Relocate the entrance to the Shaw Nature        $500,000
                 Reserve that is being altered due to a
                 redesign of the Gray Summit I-44
                 interchange project......................
 1547       DC  Replace and reconstruct South Capitol        $50,000,000
                 Street/Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge
 1548      MI   Complete 13.8 miles of nonmotorized           $2,700,000
                 pedistrain Fred Meijer Heartland Trail of
                 30.1 miles...............................
 1549      MO   Roadway improvements on U.S. 60 from         $10,000,000
                 Willow Springs to the Van Buren Area.....
 1550      UT   Construct Parley's Creek Trail............    $5,000,000
 1551      ME   Construction of Calais/St. Stephen Border     $8,500,000
                 Crossing Project.........................
 1552      FL   Alleviate congestion at Atlantic Corridor     $3,000,000
                 Greenway Network, City of Miami Beach, FL
 1553      MD   Construction of MD 331 Dover Bridge.......    $4,318,000
 1554      NY   Improve Traffic Flow on Noel Road between     $1,000,000
                 Church and Crossbay Boulevard Including
                 Work Necessary to Demolish and
                 Reconstruct the Firehouse Facility.......
 1555      PA   Construct 9th and 10th Street bridges over    $8,000,000
                 Norfolk Southern Tracks, Lebanon.........
 1556      AS   Drainage mitigation in Malaeloa-Leone         $1,400,000
                 village roads............................
 1557        CA Improve I-8 off ramp at Ocotillo to the       $1,000,000
                 Imperial Valley College Desert Museum/
                 Regional Traveler Visitor Center,
                 Imperial County..........................
 1558        CA Install new grade separation at Ranchero      $5,000,000
                 Road in Hesperia.........................
 1559      NY   Bartow Ave Ramp and Reconstruction at the     $1,600,000
                 Hutchinson Parkway.......................
 1560      FL   Airport Access Rd., Gainesville...........    $2,000,000
 1561      WA   Intersection project at South Access-522      $3,000,000
                 beginning and ending at the UWB-CCC
                 campus to improve access and alleviate
                 congestion...............................
 1562      NJ   Reconstruction of CR 530 from RT 206 to CR   $10,000,000
                 644. Construct shoulders, travel lanes,
                 center turn lane, drainage improvements &
                 traffic signal...........................
 1563      NY   Improve SCCC roads, Fallsburg.............    $1,500,000
 1564        CA Add turn lane and adaptive traffic control    $1,600,000
                 system at intersection of San Tomas
                 Expressway and Hamilton Avenue in
                 Campbell.................................
 1565        CA Interchange improvements at Rice Avenue       $3,300,000
                 and U.S. Highway 101 in the City of
                 Oxnard...................................
 1566      GA   Northside Drive Multi Modal Corridor......    $2,000,000
 1567      GA   Replace sidewalks, meet ADA guidelines,         $400,000
                 and install a crosswalk, McRae...........
 1568      TX   Ritchie Road from FM 1695 to US 84, Waco..    $3,000,000
 1569      AR   Maumelle Interchange--for third entrance      $1,000,000
                 into Maumelle............................
 1570        CT Construct Housatonic Riverwalk, Shelton...    $1,000,000
 1571      MD   Rehabilitate Roadways Around East             $8,500,000
                 Baltimore Life Science Park in Baltimore.
 1572      AL   City of Vestavia Hills Pedestrian Walkway       $700,000
                 to Cross U.S. 31.........................
 1573      IN   Replace Samuelson Road Underpass, Portage.    $3,162,890
 1574      IL   Construct Commuter Parking Structure in       $3,700,000
                 the Central Business District in the
                 vicinity of La Grange Road...............
 1575      PA   Design and construct inner loop roadway         $500,000
                 around Shippensburg Boro.................
 1576      WV   Construct I-73/74 High Priority Corridor,    $12,000,000
                 Mingo Co.................................
 1577      NY   Roadway improvements to Jackson Avenue        $2,250,000
                 between Jericho Turnpike and Teibrook
                 Avenue...................................
 1578      OR   Rogue River Bikeway/Pedestrian Path, Curry      $600,000
                 County...................................
 1579        CA San Gabriel Blvd Intersection Improvements      $200,000
                 at Broadway and at Las Tunas, San Gabriel
 1580      NY   Improvements to Erie Station Road, Town of    $1,000,000
                 Henrietta, Monroe County.................
 1581      IA   Sioux City, Iowa Hoeven Corridor--Outer       $2,000,000
                 Drive Project............................
 1582      KY   Study & rehabilitate the I-471 corridor,      $2,000,000
                 Campbell County, Kentucky................
 1583      WA   Improve NE 10th Avenue in Vancouver.......    $1,000,000
 1584      NY   Construction and rehabilitation of North        $870,000
                 and South Delaware Avenues in the Village
                 of Lindenhurst, NY.......................
 1585      NY   Study on extending Rt. 5 to Auburn........      $150,000
 1586      AL   Expand US-84 from Andalusia, AL to            $3,000,000
                 Enterprise, AL...........................
 1587      NJ   Susse County, NJ Safety and Operational       $4,300,000
                 Improvements on Route 23 in Hardyston
                 Township and Franklin Borough............
 1588      PA   State Street and Mulberry Street Bridge       $4,000,000
                 Lighting project, Harrisburg.............
 1589      AS   To upgrade, repair and continue               $1,600,000
                 construction of Ta'u harbor/ferry
                 terminal facility on Manu'a island.......
 1590        CA Interstate 15 and State Route 79 South        $2,000,000
                 Freeway Interchange and Ramp Improvement
                 Project..................................
 1591      OH   Road Improvements, streetscapes, and          $1,000,000
                 pedestrian safety additions in Ashtabula
                 Harbor...................................
 1592      NY   Town of East Fishkill improvements to           $500,000
                 Robinson La & Lake Walton Road at NYS
                 Route 376................................
 1593      WI   Construct a bicycle/pedestrian path,          $2,000,000
                 Wisconsin Dells..........................
 1594      NY   Construct improvements in Sight Distance        $200,000
                 at Road Grade and Trail Corssings in
                 Oneida and Herkimer Counties.............
 1595      NY   Repair Silver Mine Bridge in the Town of        $150,000
                 Lewisboro................................
 1596      IL   River walk Reconstruction, City of Chicago      $600,000
 1597      AR   Rogers, Arkansas--Construct new               $4,400,000
                 interchange on I-540 near the existing
                 Perry Road overpass......................
 1598      IN   Design and construct Indiana Ohio River      $20,000,000
                 Bridges Project on I-65 and 265..........
 1599      RI   Transportation Enhacements at Blackstone        $500,000
                 Valley Heritage Corridor.................
 1600      TX   Reconstruction of US 79 from FM 1460 to       $2,000,000
                 Williamson County Road 195...............
 1601        CA Transportation enhancements to Children's     $1,200,000
                 Museum of Los Angeles....................
 1602      IN   Construct Shelby County Indiana                 $500,000
                 Shelbyville Parkway......................
 1603      NY   Reconstruct the Niagara Street culvert/         $400,000
                 bridge which crosses over Two Mile Creek,
                 City of Tonawanda........................
 1604      MA   Reconstruction of Main Street and Lebanon       $700,000
                 Street in Melrose........................
 1605      OH   Construct the existing IR 70 interchange     $11,550,000
                 at US 40, SR 331 west of St. Clairsville.
 1606      GA   Install traffic lights and pedestrian           $500,000
                 walkways on Highway 441 at MLK, Jr.
                 Boulevard, Dublin........................
 1607      OH   Pike County, OH Fog Road Upgrade..........    $1,200,000
 1608        CA Project design, environmental assessment,       $500,000
                 and roadway construction of Lonestar Road
                 from Alta Road to Enrico Fermi Drive San
                 Diego County.............................
 1609        CA Project Study Reports for I-105 and I-405       $400,000
                 Interchanges at Los Angeles International
                 Airport..................................
 1610        CA Reconstruct Whittier Blvd. and improve        $1,700,000
                 parkway drainage from Philadelphia Av. to
                 Five Points in Whittier..................
 1611      NY   Rockland County Railroad Grade Crossings      $1,400,000
                 Safety Study.............................
 1612      TX   San Angelo Ports-to-Plains Route Loop 306     $1,500,000
                 at F.M. 388..............................
 1613      MN   City of Hutchinson School Road Underpass      $1,000,000
                 of TH7 and TH22 Improvements.............
 1614      TN   construct and widen SR-33 in Monroe           $5,000,000
                 County, TN...............................
 1615      PA   Construct the realignment of Cool Creek       $1,000,000
                 Road in York County, PA..................
 1616      NJ   Construct Waterfront Walkway from North       $2,000,000
                 Sinatra Drive and 12th St. south to
                 Sinatra Drive in Hoboken.................
 1617      TX   Add shoulders to FM 156 from Ponder, Texas    $2,000,000
                 to Krum, Texas...........................
 1618      NJ   Bridge replacement on Section 6V of Route     $2,000,000
                 1 from Ryders Lane to Milltown Road,
                 North Brunswick..........................
 1619      MN   Construct Two Harbors High School Trail         $891,600
                 connecting Two Harbors High School to Two
                 Harbors City.............................
 1620       SC  Construct I-85 Brockman-McClimon              $1,000,000
                 Interchange between Greenville
                 Spartanburg Airport and SC Highway 101
                 interchanges.............................
 1621      IA   Fort Madison, IA Construction of US 61        $3,400,000
                 bypass around Fort Madison to create a
                 safer and faster route...................
 1622      PA   Germantown Avenue Revitalization with Mt.     $2,320,000
                 Airy USA for landscaping, scenic
                 enhancements and pedestrian safety
                 improvements along the heavily traveled
                 thoroughfare.............................
 1623      NM   I-10 Reconstruction, Las Cruces to Texas      $3,000,000
                 State Line...............................
 1624      TX   IH 820 Widening Project...................    $2,000,000
 1625      IL   For Naperville Township to fund                 $800,000
                 improvements to Diehl Road between Eola
                 Road and Route 59........................
 1626      KS   Remove and Replace Topeka Blvd. Bridge        $7,000,000
                 over the Kansas River....................
 1627      VA   Clifton, VA Main Street parking and             $250,000
                 sidewalk improvements....................
 1628       SC  Replace Milford Road Bridge, Anderson, SC.      $500,000
 1629      LA   Improvements to Essen Lane at I-12; and to   $30,000,000
                 Perkins Rd.; and to Central Thruway; and
                 to O'Neal Lane; an to Burbank Dr.; and to
                 Essen Park Extension; and for LA408 study
 1630      GA   Streetscape project for lighting and            $300,000
                 landscaping on Main Street along Georgia
                 Highway 231, Davisboro...................
 1631      IA   City of Council Bluffs and Pottawattamie      $1,500,000
                 county East Beltway Roadway and
                 Connectors Project.......................
 1632      OR   U.S. 199/Laurel Road Intersection.........    $2,880,000
 1633        CA Conduct project report study on Old River       $500,000
                 School Rd--Firestone Blvd intersection
                 reconfiguration..........................
 1634      FL   Conduct study for Port of Miami Tunnel,       $2,000,000
                 Miami, FL................................
 1635      NY   Ithaca, Design and construct pedestrian       $1,200,000
                 and bicycle path (Cayuga Waterfront
                 Trail)...................................
 1636       NC  Rails to Trails Project, Elizabeth City...      $640,000
 1637      IL   Reconstruct Lakeshore Drive overpass over     $1,500,000
                 Lawrence Avenue..........................
 1638       SC  Replace Murphy Road West Bridge, Anderson,      $235,000
                 SC.......................................
 1639        CA Resurface and construct truck lane at CA      $3,000,000
                 Hwy 94 and Interstate 8 interchange,
                 Boulevard................................
 1640        CT Undertake road improvements associated        $2,000,000
                 with Coltsville Area Redevelopment,
                 Hartford.................................
 1641      AZ   Upgrade and Re-opening of Main Street in      $1,200,000
                 Yuma.....................................
 1642      NJ   Pedestrian facilities, street lighting and      $596,324
                 streetscaping improvements in downtown
                 Laurel Springs...........................
 1643      MS   Upgrade Blue Cane Road in Tallahatchie          $750,000
                 County, and roads in Webb and Tutwiler...
 1644      OH   Upgrade circuitry on vehicle protection         $140,000
                 device at Sheldon Road rail crossing in
                 Berea....................................
 1645      NY   Design and construct Upper Delaware Scenic      $500,000
                 Byway Visitor Center, Cochecton..........
 1646      NY   Construct sidewalks and curbing on              $275,000
                 Westchester Avenue in Village of Buchanan
 1647       NC  Downtown Redevelopment Project, City of       $6,336,000
                 Rocky Mount..............................
 1648      TX   Construction of divided four lane concrete    $1,000,000
                 arterial with drainage improvements--
                 Sandy Lake Road: Denton Tap Rd to North
                 Coppell Road.............................
 1649      IL   Preconstruction and Construction at IL 120    $1,365,000
                 at Bacon Road and Cedar Lake Road........
 1650      GA   Revitalization project will extend and          $500,000
                 resurface the Roberta Walking Trail,
                 Roberta..................................
 1651      KY   Construct Westbound Access to Mountain        $2,900,000
                 Parkway from Exit 18 (KY 1057), Powell
                 County...................................
 1652       NC  Development of 2 miles of road parallel to    $1,500,000
                 I-95 located approximately between the I-
                 95/NC-125 interchange and I-95/US-158
                 interchange..............................
 1653        CA Engineering, right of way and construction    $5,000,000
                 of HOV lanes on I-580 in the Livermore
                 Valley, California.......................
 1654      IL   Construct Streetscape Project, City of          $500,000
                 Markham..................................
 1655        CA Landscape south side of the 91 fwy at           $250,000
                 Bellflower Blvd in Bellflower............
 1656      MA   Southwick and Westfield Rail Trail, Design    $5,000,000
                 & Construction...........................
 1657      VA   Upgrade DOT crossing #467665M to constant       $194,600
                 warning time devices.....................
 1658      TX   Reconstruct and add two lanes to US 287       $3,000,000
                 from the Oklahoma State line to US 54 in
                 Stratford................................
 1659      WY   Casper West Belt Loop.....................    $2,000,000
 1660      MN   Munger Trail extension, City of Duluth....    $3,200,000
 1661      AK   Bogard/Sheldon Extension in Matanuska-        $4,000,000
                 Susitna Borough..........................
 1662        CA City of Redondo Beach Esplanade               $1,000,000
                 Improvement Project......................
 1663      MN   Kandiyohi and Meeker Counties Hwy 7           $2,000,000
                 between TH 71 and TH 22..................
 1664      NJ   Construction of Rowan Boulevard from US         $600,000
                 Route 322 to Main Street, Glassboro......
 1665        CA Conduct Study of SR 130 Realignment           $2,000,000
                 Project, San Joaquin County & Santa Clara
                 County, CA...............................
 1666        CA Passons Grade Separation in the City of       $3,700,000
                 Pico Rivera..............................
 1667      MD   Construct South Shore Trail, Anne Arundel     $1,000,000
                 County, MD...............................
 1668      NJ   Realignment of the Routes35/36                $2,000,000
                 intersection in Eatontown................
 1669      IN   Construct Hoosier Heartland Highway in        $3,000,000
                 Cass and Carroll County, Indiana.........
 1670      MI   Oscoda County, Reconstruction and               $960,000
                 surfacing of Valley Road from M-33 west
                 to Mapes Road............................
 1671      TX   Reconstruct Precinct Line Road 2-lane         $1,000,000
                 bridge as 4-lane bridge and widen
                 Precinct Line Road to 4-lane roadway from
                 SH 10 to Trammel Davis Rd................
 1672        CT Reconstruct Waterfront Street Corridor,       $1,500,000
                 City of New Haven........................
 1673      TN   Improving Vehicle Efficiencies at At-Grade       $99,000
                 highway-Railroad Crossing in
                 Philadelphia, Tn.........................
 1674      TX   Reconstruct Mile 2 W from Mile 12 N to US     $1,000,000
                 83, Hidalgo County.......................
 1675      NY   Reconstruction of West Neck Road from         $3,000,000
                 Huntington-Lloyd Harbor boundary to the
                 end of the Village-maintained road.......
 1676      GA   Rehabilitate sidewalks and replace street       $500,000
                 lights, Swainsboro.......................
 1677       SC  Replace Murphy Road East Bridge, Anderson,      $265,000
                 SC.......................................
 1678      MO   Access improvements and safety and            $5,000,000
                 mobility upgrades along US 7 as part of
                 the Highway 7 Corridor Development Plan
                 in Blue Springs..........................
 1679      OH   Construct Stearns Road Grade Separation,      $3,750,000
                 Olmsted Township.........................
 1680        CA Implement Grove Avenue Corridor Interstate    $3,000,000
                 10 interchange improvements in Ontario...
 1681      MA   Construct & Replace West Corner Bridge &      $1,000,000
                 Culvert, Rte 228, spanning Weir River
                 Estuary & Straits Pond Inlet.............
 1682      OK   Complete Reconstruction of the I-35--SH 9     $4,000,000
                 West Interchange.........................
 1683      NJ   Construct Rte 50 Tuckahoe River Bridge        $4,000,000
                 Replacement, Cape May and Atlantic
                 Counties.................................
 1684      NY   Rt. 12 reconstruction- Town and Village of    $4,110,000
                 Greene...................................
 1685      MN   Becker County CR 143 and CR 124                 $960,000
                 Improvements.............................
 1686      NY   Construct and extend existing pedestrian      $1,350,000
                 streetscape areas in Valley Stream.......
 1687      MI   Construct Interchange at I-675 and M-13       $2,300,000
                 (Washington Avenue). Northbound Exit.
                 Phase I of Construction. City of Saginaw.
 1688      OH   Construct Cleveland Towpath Trail. 6-mile     $5,000,000
                 extension towards downtown. Cleveland....
 1689      FL   Construct widening of US 17 to 4 lanes       $16,300,000
                 from San Mateo to Volusia County line,
                 Putnam County, Florida...................
 1690      MD   Construct Phase 1 of the South Shore Trail    $1,000,000
                 in Anne Arundel County from Maryland
                 Route 3 at Millersville Road to I-97 at
                 Waterbury Road...........................
 1691      MI   Construction of 5 lane concrete pavement      $2,079,500
                 with curb, gutter and storm sewer on Van
                 Dyke Ave. from 23 Mile Road to 26 Mile
                 Road, Macomb Co..........................
 1692      FL   Design and construct replacement for A.      $10,000,000
                 Max Brewer Bridge, Titusville............
 1693      NY   Implement ITS system and apparatus to           $100,000
                 enhance citywide truck route system on
                 Victory Blvd Between Travis Ave and West
                 Shore Expressway Travis Section of SI....
 1694      MI   Purchase and implementation of various       $12,430,000
                 Intelligent Transportation System
                 technologies in the Grand Rapids metro
                 region...................................
 1695      WI   Recondition USH 45 between New London and     $2,000,000
                 Clintonville, Wisconsin (Waupaca County,
                 Wisconsin)...............................
 1696        CA Reconstruction of The Strand in the City      $2,000,000
                 of Manhattan Beach to improve beach
                 access and accommodate increased
                 pedestrian traffic.......................
 1697        CA Construction of new roadway lighting on         $500,000
                 major transportation corridors in the
                 Northeast San Fernando Valley............
 1698      MD   Rehabilitate Hanover Street Bridge in         $1,500,000
                 Baltimore................................
 1699      NY   Rehabilitation of Hornbeck Road in the          $426,000
                 Town of Poughkeepsie.....................
 1700        CA Rehabilitation of Tulare County Farm to       $4,000,000
                 Market road system.......................
 1701      GA   Riverside Drive Streetscape Project, Macon      $500,000
 1702      GA   South Lumpkin Road Trail-Columbus.........      $500,000
 1703        CA Implement Northeast San Fernando Valley         $200,000
                 Road and Safety Improvements.............
 1704      NY   Big Ridge Road : Spencerport Village Line     $2,500,000
                 to Gillet Road in the Town of Ogden......
 1705      TX   Build south bound ramp from east bound I-     $5,000,000
                 20 to Clark Road at the southern terminus
                 of Spur 408. Duncanville, TX.............
 1706      MS   Plan and construct intermodal connector       $1,000,000
                 linking I-20 to Hwy 49, Pearl-Richland...
 1707      TN   Reconstruct US 64 from west of Bolivar to     $5,225,000
                 the Lawrence County Line in Hardemant,
                 McNairy, Hardin, Wayne Counties..........
 1708      PA   Improve safety of Route 145 in Whitehall      $2,225,000
                 Township.................................
 1709      GA   Construct Stone Mountain-Lithonia road        $1,000,000
                 Bike Lane and Sidewalks, Dekalb County...
 1710      OK   Texanna Road improvements around Lake         $1,000,000
                 Eufaula..................................
 1711      PR   To build an extension of PR-53 between        $5,000,000
                 Yabucoa and Maunabo......................
 1712      IL   To contruct a new intersection of a public      $550,000
                 road and US Route 50 and a new street....
 1713       NC  To plan, design, and construct the            $2,000,000
                 Northwest Corridor-Western Blvd. Project
                 in Jacksonville, NC......................
 1714        CT Upgrade Mark Twain Drive, Hartford........    $2,000,000
 1715        CO CO I-70 East Multimodal Corridor (Highway     $2,500,000
                 Expansion), Denver.......................
 1716      MS   Upgrade roads in Indianola, Ruleville,        $2,000,000
                 Moorehead, Doddsville, Sunflower and
                 Drew, Sunflower County...................
 1717      MS   Upgrade roads in North Carrollton (U.S.         $400,000
                 Hwy 35 and 82) McCain Street, South
                 Street, Love Street, and Colver Street,
                 Carroll County...........................
 1718      NJ   Passaic-Bergen intermodal transportation     $15,000,000
                 deployment initiative....................
 1719      IL   Upgrade roads, The Village of Maywood.....    $1,000,000
 1720      PA   Upgrade Route 30 Corridor and Airport         $1,000,000
                 Access...................................
 1721      GA   Upgrade sidewalks and lighting, Lyons.....      $500,000
 1722        CA State Route 88--Pine Grove Corridor             $500,000
                 Improvement Project......................
 1723      WA   Tacoma--Lincoln Avenue Grade Separation...    $1,000,000
 1724      NY   Improve NY 112 from Old Town Road to NY      $10,000,000
                 347......................................
 1725      NJ   Construct I-195 Noise Barrier, Hamilton       $2,500,000
                 Twp, Mercer County.......................
 1726      AR   Highway 77 Rail Grade Separation..........    $1,000,000
 1727      WA   Kent, WA Willis Street BNSF Railroad Grade      $500,000
                 Separation Project.......................
 1728      MI   Menominee, Ogden Street Bridge                  $200,000
                 rehabilitation project-replacement of
                 deck, expansion joints, sidewalks,
                 railing and all other joints.............
 1729      VA   Pochantas Trail--development and                $500,000
                 construction of trail from Bluestone
                 Junction to Pochantas adjacent to
                 abandoned rail line......................
 1730      NY   Suffolk County ITS arterial monitoring and    $1,500,000
                 performance measures.....................
 1731      LA   Conduct study for Highway 25 in Washington      $500,000
                 Parish...................................
 1732      IL   Construction of the 43rd Street Bicycle         $600,000
                 Pedestrian Bridge over Lake Shore Drive,
                 City of Chicago..........................
 1733      NY   To design and reconstruct Nassau Avenue,      $2,400,000
                 improve sidewalks and include pedestrian
                 amenities in Greenpoint, Brooklyn........
 1734      OH   Upgrade the I-480 and Tiedman Road            $1,000,000
                 interchange, Brooklyn....................
 1735      NJ   Interchange improvements and bridge           $5,000,000
                 replacement, Route 46, Passaic County....
 1736      PR   Construction of community bridge at Los         $500,000
                 Lopez Sector, Quebrada Arenas Community..
 1737      IA   Construction of a Four Lane U.S. Highway     $10,000,000
                 20 between Moville in Woodbury County,
                 through Ida County and Sac County to U.S.
                 71 at Early, IA..........................
 1738      AZ   Paving of Navajo Route 9010-off of I-40 at    $3,500,000
                 Houck, AZ (Exit 348) to Pine Springs Day
                 School...................................
 1739      OH   Red Bank Road Improvements from I-71 to       $3,900,000
                 Fair Lane in Eastern Hamilton County,
                 Ohio.....................................
 1740        CA Construct earthen berm along Esperanza        $2,000,000
                 Road from Yorba Linda Blvd. to the west
                 city limits to mitigate noise............
 1741      TX   US 90--Construct 6 mainlines from east of     $2,000,000
                 Mercury to east of Wallisville...........
 1742      NY   Town of Chester Trout Brook road                 $70,000
                 improvements and reconstruction..........
 1743      OR   Upgrade the I-5 Fern Valley Interchange       $3,000,000
                 (Exit 24)................................
 1744        CA Construct I-80 Gilman Street interchange      $1,500,000
                 improvements in Berkeley.................
 1745      NJ   Construct Vineland Boulevard and Sherman      $1,750,000
                 Avenue Intersection Improvements,
                 Vineland, Cumberland County..............
 1746      WA   Terry's Corner Park and Ride on Camano        $1,400,000
                 Island...................................
 1747      OR   Upgrade U.S. 101 and Utility Relocation,        $200,000
                 Gold Beach...............................
 1748      WI   Upgrade USH 41 from DePere to Suamico,        $2,500,000
                 Wisconsin (Brown County, Wisconsin)......
 1749      IL   Upgrade Veterans Drive in Pekin Illinois..    $1,000,000
 1750      NY   Saugerties, Improve Tissle Road-Old Kings       $500,000
                 Highway intersection.....................
 1751      TX   Design and Construct the Cottonwood Trail     $1,000,000
                 pedestrian-bicycle connection............
 1752      NY   Rehabilitation of the Ashford Ave. bridge     $2,600,000
                 over I-87 in the Villages of Dobbs Ferry
                 and Ardsley..............................
 1753      OH   Streetscape completion along US 40 in           $100,000
                 Bridgeport...............................
 1754      SD   Design and construct new Meridian Bridge      $6,000,000
                 across the Missouri River at Yankton.....
 1755      MD   Upgrade MD 210 from MD 228 to I-495.......    $5,000,000
 1756      IL   For DuPage County to construct certain          $100,000
                 segments of Southern DuPage County
                 Regional Trail...........................
 1757      IA   US 20 relocated, Webster, Sac and Calhoun     $3,000,000
                 Counties, Iowa...........................
 1758      NJ   Construction of new access roads along        $1,000,000
                 Route 42/Blackhorse Pike in Washington
                 Township.................................
 1759        CA Highways 152-156 Intersection                 $1,000,000
                 improvements, CA.........................
 1760      AK   Coffman Cove IFA ferry terminal or IFA        $3,200,000
                 vessel debt repayment for MV Prince of
                 Wales Ferry..............................
 1761      MA   Acquisition, engineering design, and          $2,000,000
                 construction of the Assabet River Rail
                 Trail, Acton, Hudson, Maynard, and Stow..
 1762      MI   Conduct Feasibility Study to Extend I-475       $800,000
                 to US 23 in Genesee County...............
 1763      TX   Construct a reliever route on US 287 South    $3,000,000
                 of Dumas to US 287 North of Dumas........
 1764      TN   construct new exit on I-75 and connect US-    $4,500,000
                 11, US-411, and SR-30....................
 1765      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &        $1,750,000
                 construction of street improvements,
                 parking, safety enhancements & roadway
                 redesign in Pittston.....................
 1766      TX   Dowlen Road Imprvements for Beaumont,         $3,456,000
                 Texas....................................
 1767        CA Construct Hwy 101 bicycle-pedestrian            $500,000
                 project in Marin and Sonoma Counties from
                 north of Atherton Ave to south of
                 Petaluma River bridge....................
 1768      TX   Construct raised median from Loop 224 to      $3,350,000
                 Sradley St. in Nacogdoches, TX...........
 1769      OH   Construction of bicycle trail extension in      $500,000
                 Geauga Park District in Chardon, OH......
 1770        CA Extension of a regional Class I bikeway         $400,000
                 from the West City limits to the East
                 City limits along leased railroad right-
                 of-away..................................
 1771      AR   For rail grade separations identified by     $10,000,000
                 the MPO for the Little Rock/North Little
                 Rock metropolitan area, (which may
                 include: Edison Ave.; Springer Blvd; Hwy
                 89 Extension; McCain/Fairfax; Salem Road;
                 J.P. Wright Loop; South Loop; Geyer
                 Springs Rd)..............................
 1772      NY   Court Street & Smith Street Shopping            $800,000
                 District Enhancements....................
 1773      MA   Hampshire County Bike Paths, Design &         $5,500,000
                 Construction.............................
 1774      NV   Construct I-15 Starr Interchange..........   $10,000,000
 1775        CA Construct full-access interchange at SR       $4,000,000
                 120--McKinley Avenue, with the necessary
                 SR120 auxiliary lanes, Manteca, CA.......
 1776        CA Install emergency vehicle preemption            $500,000
                 equipment along major arterials in the I-
                 880 corridor, Alameda County.............
 1777      OH   Construct a proposed relocation of US 22     $10,000,000
                 and SR 93 from the current IR 70, US 40
                 west of Zanesville.......................
 1778        CA Conduct Study and Construct I 205 Chrisman    $1,000,000
                 Road Interchange Project, Tracy, CA......
 1779      IL   Construction of part of a 230 mile            $1,700,000
                 corridor U.S. 67 near Jerseyville and
                 Carrolton, Illinois......................
 1780        CA Construction of Campus Parkway from State       $500,000
                 Route 99 to Yosemite Ave., Merced County.
 1781      MI   Construction of Superior Road Roundabout,       $750,000
                 Superior Township........................
 1782      OR   Construction and preliminary engineering        $200,000
                 of a railroad crossing at the
                 intersection of Havlik Road and Hwy 30,
                 Scappoose................................
 1783      FL   Clark Road Clover Leaf at I95,                $5,500,000
                 Jacksonville.............................
 1784      PA   Construct and widen PA 94 from the Adams      $1,500,000
                 and York County line north to Appler Road
 1785      IL   For the reconstruction and realignment of     $2,000,000
                 2 miles of Evergreen Ave. located west of
                 the City of Effingham....................
 1786      IN   Improve State Road 332 and Nebo Road          $3,000,000
                 Intersection in Delaware County, Indiana.
 1787      AL   Birmingham Northern Beltline..............   $10,000,000
 1788      WI   Construct Lake Butte des Morts Bridge, US    $25,600,000
                 Highway 41, Winnebago County, Wisconsin..
 1789      MA   North Worcester County Bike Paths, Design     $5,000,000
                 & Construction...........................
 1790      TX   Old Reliance Road Overpass at SH 6 (Earl      $2,500,000
                 Rudder Freeway)--widening project in
                 Brazos Co................................
 1791      IA   Phase III of Main St project, Amana.......    $1,000,000
 1792      MN   Re-align Vadnais Boulevard at interchange     $1,000,000
                 of I-694/Highway 49, Ramsey County.......
 1793        CA Reconfigure intersection at Highways 152     $13,900,000
                 and 156 in Santa Clara County............
 1794      KY   Construct Georgetown Northwest Bypass from    $3,000,000
                 US 460 West to I-75 North, Scott County..
 1795      AZ   Grand Canyon Greenway Trails..............    $3,000,000
 1796      NY   Remediate road runoff in vicinity of          $1,000,000
                 Peconic Estuary watershed................
 1797      MS   Construct I-55 Interchange at Madison-        $5,000,000
                 Ridgeland, Madison County................
 1798      OH   Construction of road improvements from          $150,000
                 Richmond Road to new Cuyahoga Community
                 College in Warrensville Heights, OH......
 1799      MI   Construction of the I-696 and Northwestern    $2,000,000
                 Highway Interchange Freeway Ramps at
                 Franklin Road in Southfield..............
 1800      OH   Construct access improvements to I-680 and    $2,000,000
                 internal roadways for Corridor of
                 Opportunity, Mahoning Co.................
 1801      NY   Mount Vernon Railroad Cut.................    $2,250,000
 1802      TX   Reconstruct and add two lanes to IH 27        $3,000,000
                 from Western Street in Amarillo to Loop
                 335......................................
 1803        CO SH 83-SH 88 Interchange Reconstruction--      $4,000,000
                 Arapahoe County, CO......................
 1804      NY   Town of Pawling Old Rt 55.................      $500,000
 1805      IL   Upgrade Curtis Road in conjunction with       $7,000,000
                 state plan for I-57 interchange; from
                 Duncan Rd to 1st Street in Champaign.....
 1806      MO   Upgrade Rt. 249 [Range Line] from Rt. 171    $10,000,000
                 to I-44..................................
 1807      VA   Bland County Trails and Visitor Center--      $1,000,000
                 establishment of multi-use trail network,
                 associated facilities and begin work on
                 visitors center..........................
 1808      NH   Upgrade Sewalls Falls Road bridge over        $1,000,000
                 Merrimack River in Concord...............
 1809      IL   Perform Old Orchard Road Expansion and        $1,000,000
                 improvement project between harms road
                 and US 41, Cook County...................
 1810      MN   Design engineering and ROW acquisition to     $7,120,745
                 reconstruct TH 95 bridge, North Branch...
 1811      NY   Tappan Zee Bridge to I 287 Transportation     $1,000,000
                 Corridor.................................
 1812        CA Upgrade and reconstruct the I-80/I-680/      $21,850,000
                 SR12 Interchange, Solano County..........
 1813      MD   US 219 Oakland Bypass.....................    $1,000,000
 1814       NC  US 221 widening from US 421 to Jefferson,     $2,000,000
                 NC.......................................
 1815      IL   Complete 80,000 lb truck route between CH     $3,000,000
                 2 (Burma Rd) and IL Rte 130 in Cumberland
                 County...................................
 1816        CA Improvement of intersection at Burbank          $400,000
                 Blvd. and Hayvenhurst Ave................
 1817      OH   Construct pedestrain bridge over I77;         $2,000,000
                 tunnel underneath railroad; bridge over
                 Tuscarawas River along OH and Erie Canal
                 in Tuscarawas County.....................
 1818      MN   Lake Street Access to I-35W, Minneapolis..    $6,000,000
 1819      WI   Upgrade USH 2 in Ashland County...........    $4,000,000
 1820      OR   Construct an urban arterial street between    $4,700,000
                 NE Weidler and NE Washington on NE 102nd,
                 Portland.................................
 1821        CA Construct an Interchange on Highway 70 at     $2,535,000
                 Georgia Pacific Road in Oroville.........
 1822      AZ   Construct or Modify Railroad Grade           $13,300,000
                 Separations on 6th St. and 22nd St. and
                 Reconstruct Speedway Blvd. Underpass in
                 Tucson...................................
 1823      FL   Construct North Ormond Beach Business Park    $1,100,000
                 Interchange at I-95 between U.S. 1 and SR
                 40, Volusia County.......................
 1824      MN   Environmental review for improvement along    $1,300,000
                 the entire US 10 corridor................
 1825      NY   Construct visitor center, access road, and      $750,000
                 parking at Sam's Point Preserve,
                 Ellenville...............................
 1826      OH   Installation of road improvements on Old        $100,000
                 State Road-SR 608 in Middlefield, OH.....
 1827      WA   To replace BNSF trestle, Sammamish River      $2,000,000
                 bridge and reconstruct SR 202/127th Pl NE
                 and SR 202/180th Ave NE intersections....
 1828      PA   Completion of beltway interchanges along      $1,000,000
                 Business Route 60 in Moon Township,
                 Allegheny County.........................
 1829      TX   US 290 Improvements in Austin, TX.........    $3,000,000
 1830        CA City of Madera, CA Improve SR 99--SR 145      $3,000,000
                 Interchange..............................
 1831      AL   Construct a new interchange on I-65 at        $1,000,000
                 Cullman, AL County Road 222..............
 1832      VA   Improve transportation projects for           $4,250,000
                 Jamestown 2007...........................
 1833      MI   Design and construction of West Michigan      $3,000,000
                 Regional Trail Network connector to link
                 two trail systems together and to Grand
                 Rapids...................................
 1834      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and              $9,000,000
                 pedestrian trail including enhancements,
                 Murfreesboro.............................
 1835      AZ   Replacement of Safford Bridge which           $7,000,000
                 crosses the Gila River directly north of
                 Safford, AZ on North 8th Avenue..........
 1836      TX   Design & construct streetscape                $1,000,000
                 improvements to Old Spanish Trail--SH 288
                 to Griggs, Griggs to Mykawa..............
 1837      TN   For each rail-highway crossing: Improve          $57,000
                 circuitry on vehicle protection device
                 installed at crossing in Knoxville, TN...
 1838      OH   Reconstruct Broadway Ave in Lorain........      $750,000
 1839      OH   Road Widening and related improvements to     $3,410,000
                 SR 82 in Macedonia OH....................
 1840      MN   Reconstruct CSAH 4 and CSAH 5 ( Forest        $1,740,000
                 Highway 11) between CSAH 15 and TH 61,
                 Silver Bay...............................
 1841        CA Ramona Avenue Grade Separation, Montclair,    $2,000,000
                 California...............................
 1842      MN   Roadway improvements, City of Federal Dam.    $1,000,000
 1843      VA   Rocky Knob Heritage Center--planning,         $1,500,000
                 design, site acquisition and construction
                 for trail system and visitors center on
                 Blue Ridge Parkway.......................
 1844      FL   Design and construct capacity and safety      $2,000,000
                 improvements for State Road 426-County
                 Road 419 in Oviedo from Pine St to west
                 of Lockwood Blvd.........................
 1845      FL   Coordinated Regional Transportation Study     $1,500,000
                 of US 98 from Pensacola Bay Bridge,
                 Escambia County to Hathaway Bridge, Bay
                 County, Florida..........................
 1846      PA   Paving and reconstruction in the              $2,000,000
                 townships: North and South Eldorado,
                 North Altoona, Fairview, Juniata, East
                 End, Pleasant Valley, South Tracks,
                 Lyswen-Altoona, PA.......................
 1847      AK   Ferry infrastructure at Seward Marine         $3,000,000
                 Center...................................
 1848      AZ   Realign Davis Road from State Route 80 to     $3,300,000
                 State Route 191..........................
 1849      PA   Reesdale Street roadway reconfiguration to    $1,000,000
                 allow HOV access to new parking facility.
 1850      WA   SR 538 (College Way) and North 26th St.         $175,000
                 Signal in Mount Vernon...................
 1851      TX   Acquisition of right of way and              $14,000,000
                 environmental preservation from I-45 to
                 U.S. 59 for Grand Parkway................
 1852      ID   Reconstruct Grangemont Road (Idaho Forest     $2,000,000
                 Highway 67) from Orofino to Milepost 9.3.
 1853      VA   Expansion of South Airport Connector Road     $7,800,000
                 (Clarkson Road to Charles City)..........
 1854      NY   Design and Construction of bicycle and          $480,000
                 pedestrian facilities in the area of the
                 Roosevelt Avenue Bridge..................
 1855       NC  Construct Endor Iron Furnace Greenway         $1,000,000
                 enhancements from Deep River to Sanford..
 1856        CO Improve and widen State Highway 44 from       $4,000,000
                 Colorado Boulevard to State Highway 2....
 1857      FL   Fund improvement of US 301 corridor in        $2,000,000
                 Sumter and Marion Counties...............
 1858      TN   complete construction and landscaping of        $100,000
                 visitor center on Cherohala Skyway in
                 Monroe County, TN........................
 1859      OR   Construction of the East Burnside Street      $5,700,000
                 improvements, Portland...................
 1860      AL   Expand to 4 lanes US Highway 278 from         $1,000,000
                 Sulligent to Guin........................
 1861      IL   Francis Cabrini/W. Green Homes CHA Street       $600,000
                 Construction, City of Chicago............
 1862      NY   Plan and construct greenway, bicycle path,   $10,000,000
                 esplanades and ferry landing along New
                 York Bay in Sunset Park, Brooklyn........
 1863      PA   Construct Dubois Regional Medical Center        $600,000
                 Access Road..............................
 1864      NY   To design and construct safe route to         $2,100,000
                 school projects in Brooklyn, Queens and
                 Manhattan, NY............................
 1865      PA   US 30 corridor improvements from PA 896 to    $3,250,000
                 PA 897. Connects PA 41...................
 1866      MD   US 40 Alternate, Middletown Bypass........    $5,000,000
 1867        CA Construction of a smart crosswalk system         $50,000
                 at the intersection of Topanga Canyon
                 Blvd. and Gault St.......................
 1868      WI   Expand USH 51 & STH 29 in Marathon County.    $8,000,000
 1869      PA   Construct 2 flyover ramps and S Linden St     $7,000,000
                 ext for access to industrial sites in the
                 cities of McKeesport and Duquesne........
 1870      NY   Improvements and upgrades on Main Street,       $200,000
                 Beekman, NY..............................
 1871      NY   Construct pedestrian walkway along Route      $7,000,000
                 9A in Hudson River Park, New York City...
 1872      IN   Design engineering, right-of-way              $2,000,000
                 acquistion, and construction for the
                 Grant County Economic Corridor...........
 1873      MN   City of Marshall TH 23 4-Lane Extension...    $3,288,000
 1874      IL   Henry Horner Homes CHA Street                 $1,000,000
                 Construction, City of Chicago............
 1875      TN   Improve circuitry on vehicle protection         $158,000
                 device installed at highway-RR crossing
                 in Knoxville, TN.........................
 1876      NJ   Construct Intersection at Route 46 and        $1,500,000
                 Little Ferry Circle in Little Ferry......
 1877      AR   Improve State Highway 88 (Higdon Ferry        $4,000,000
                 Road) in Hot Springs.....................
 1878      MD   Improve US 1, Washington Boulevard            $1,000,000
                 Corridor in Howard County................
 1879      NY   Downtown Flushing Traffic and Pedestrian      $1,000,000
                 Improvements.............................
 1880      FL   Arlington Expressway Access Rd.,              $1,500,000
                 Jacksonville.............................
 1881        CO Construct arterial on W side of Montrose      $7,500,000
                 to ease traffic congestion on SH 550
                 between Grand Avenue, N/S of city........
 1882        CO North I-25: Denver to Fort Collins            $8,000,000
                 Colorado.................................
 1883        CA Planning for Orange Line Mag Lev from           $350,000
                 downtown Los Angeles to central Orange
                 County...................................
 1884      NJ   Rahway Streetscape Replacement Project....      $500,000
 1885        CT Reconstruct I-95/I-91 interchange and         $2,000,000
                 construct pedestrian walkway, New Haven..
 1886      VA   Blue Ridge Music Center--install lighting/    $1,500,000
                 steps, upgrade existing trail system and
                 equip interpretative center with visitor
                 information..............................
 1887      VA   Ceres Recreation Trail and Center--design       $150,000
                 and construct pedestrian/bicycle trail in
                 community of Ceres and establish trail
                 center...................................
 1888      ME   Construction of trails within the Eastern     $1,000,000
                 Trail Management District................
 1889      GA   1-75 interchanges from north of Tifton to     $1,000,000
                 Turner County line.......................
 1890      GA   City of Savannah, Construct bike and            $200,000
                 pedestrian paths along Heritage Rail.....
 1891      FL   Implementation of the Advanced Traffic        $2,000,000
                 Managament System, Boca Raton, FL........
 1892      TX   Construct reliever route on US 287 South      $4,000,000
                 of Stratford to US 287 North of Stratford
 1893      WI   Construct USH 151 between CTH D and STH       $3,000,000
                 175, Fond du Lac County, WI..............
 1894      OH   Construct transportation enhancement         $10,500,000
                 projects, Toledo.........................
 1895      TX   Contruct grade separation at US 59 and SH     $5,000,000
                 99. Replace the proposed interim
                 cloverleaf ramps at the intersection.....
 1896      MS   Gateways Transportation Enhancement             $250,000
                 Project, Hancock County..................
 1897      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 including in the vicinity of IS X194.....
 1898      OK   Improvements to SH 412P at 412 Interchange    $4,500,000
 1899      FL   Acquire right-of-way and construct East-      $5,000,000
                 West Connector from SR 37 to SR 563 in
                 Lakeland, FL.............................
 1900      WA   Design Valley Mall Blvd for Main St to I-     $6,400,000
                 82 and two I-82 interchanges at Mileposts
                 36 and 38 in Union Gap, WA...............
 1901      WA   Extension of Waaga Way west to Old              $500,000
                 Frontier Rd and construction of a ramp
                 from SR 3 to SR 303......................
 1902      ME   Plan and construct highway access between     $1,000,000
                 US Route 161 and US Route 1 in Madawaska.
 1903        CA Randolph St improvements between              $1,200,000
                 Wilmington Ave and Fishburn Ave in
                 Huntington Park..........................
 1904        CA Reconstruct Azusa Ave and San Gabriel Ave     $2,500,000
                 for two-way traffic in Azusa.............
 1905      KS   Construction of a 1.5 mile alternate truck      $500,000
                 route in Downs, Kansas...................
 1906      AL   Pedestrian Improvements for Columbiana, AL      $100,000
 1907      MN   Reconstruct CSAH 91 from the D.M. and I.R.    $5,000,000
                 Railroad crossing at 8th Street in Duluth
                 to CSAH 56, St Louis County..............
 1908      NY   Construct Wayne County, NY rails to trails      $345,000
                 initiative...............................
 1909      MA   Design and construct signal crossing and        $750,000
                 other safety improvements to Bicycle/
                 Pedestrian Path..........................
 1910      MI   Construction of Nonmotorized Pathway, City      $300,000
                 of Rockwood..............................
 1911      WA   Purchase of scenic easement at I-90 and         $600,000
                 Highway 18...............................
 1912      PA   Reconstruct the SR 33, 512 interchange in     $2,500,000
                 the Borough of Wind Gap..................
 1913      NY   Access improvements for terminal located      $4,000,000
                 on 12th Ave between W. 44th and W. 54th
                 St in Manhattan..........................
 1914      IL   Completion of the Grand Illinois Trail,       $1,292,500
                 Cook County..............................
 1915        CA Construct and improve medians and drainage    $1,700,000
                 on Imperial Highway from west border to
                 east border of city in La Mirada.........
 1916        CT Construct Pomfret Pedestrian Bridge.......      $120,000
 1917      NV   Construct Laughlin Bullhead City Bridge...    $2,000,000
 1918      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition, &       $1,000,000
                 construction of the widening of
                 Pennsylvania Rt. 443 Corridor in Carbon
                 County...................................
 1919      NY   Palisades Interstate Parkway Mitigation         $600,000
                 Measures for New Square..................
 1920        CA Reconstruct and widen Del Amo Blvd to four    $3,000,000
                 lanes between Normandie Ave and New
                 Hampshire Ave, Los Angeles County........
 1921      MN   Reconstruct Unorganized Township Road 488     $1,025,000
                 from CSAH 138, Koochiching County........
 1922      NY   Reconstruction of Empire Boulevard........    $6,400,000
 1923      PA   Reconstruction of PA 309 from Greenwood       $2,500,000
                 Avenue to Welsh Road.....................
 1924      TN   Construction of I-69 in Obion, Dyer,         $14,125,000
                 Lauderdale & Tipton Counties.............
 1925      IL   Design, land acquistion, and construction     $2,000,000
                 of South Main St (IL 2) Corridor from
                 Beltline Rd to Cedar Street in Rockford,
                 IL.......................................
 1926      OH   Grading, paving, roads for the transfer of   $15,000,000
                 rail to truck for the intermodal facility
                 at Rickenbacker Airport..................
 1927      MA   Reconstruction of Pleasant Street,            $2,000,000
                 Watertown................................
 1928      MN   Lake Wobegon Trail corridor from Sauk           $352,000
                 Centre to the Stearns County line........
 1929      RI   Replace Sakonnet Bridge...................    $2,000,000
 1930        CA Conduct study and construct CA State Route    $5,000,000
                 239 from State Route 4 in Brentwood area
                 to I-205 in Tracy area...................
 1931      MA   Geometric improvements, safety                $1,500,000
                 enhancements and signal upgrades at Rt.
                 28 & Rt.106, intersection West
                 Bridgewater..............................
 1932      WA   Fife--Widen 70th Ave. East and Valley Ave.    $1,000,000
                 East.....................................
 1933        CA Construct two right hand turn for               $400,000
                 Byzantine Latino Quarter transit plazas
                 at Normandie and Pico, and Hoover and
                 Pico, Los Angeles........................
 1934      WA   I-90 Two-Way Transit-HOV Project..........    $4,000,000
 1935      AL   Construct Talladega Mountains Natural         $1,000,000
                 Resource Center -an educaational center
                 and hub for hikers, bicyclists, and
                 automobiles..............................
 1936      MD   Gaithersburg, MD Extension of Teachers Way-   $1,400,000
                 Olde Towne Gaithersburg Revitalization...
 1937      IL   Intersection Reconstruction and Bridge        $2,500,000
                 Rehabilitation at IL 60 and Peterson Road
 1938      AK   Planning, design, and EIS of Bradfield        $7,000,000
                 Canal Road...............................
 1939      TX   Reconstruct Clinton Dr. from Federal Rd.     $14,000,000
                 to N. Wayside Dr.........................
 1940      GA   Pave portions of CR 345, CR 44, and CR 45,      $370,000
                 Hancock County...........................
 1941      NY   Deer Avoidance System, to deter deer from       $250,000
                 milepost marker 494.5, Ripley, PA, to
                 304.2., Weedsport, NY along I-90.........
 1942        CA El Camino Real Grand Blvd Initiative in       $3,500,000
                 San Mateo County.........................
 1943        CA Construct Guadalupe River Trail from I-880    $8,000,000
                 to Highway 237 in Santa Clara County.....
 1944      TN   Cocke County, Tennessee SR-32                 $1,000,000
                 reconstruction...........................
 1945      IL   Construct I-80, Ridgeland Ave.                $1,000,000
                 Improvements, Tinley Park................
 1946      KY   Construct Pedestrian Mall and Streetscape     $3,905,000
                 Improvements on Lexington, College,
                 Walnut and Gilespie Sts, Wilmore.........
 1947      PA   PA 23 corridor improvements from US 30 to     $3,000,000
                 US 322...................................
 1948      NJ   Replacement and realignment of Amwell Road    $1,055,000
                 Bridge over Neshanic River...............
 1949      FL   City of Wilton Manors Powerline Road            $375,000
                 Streetscape Enhancement Project..........
 1950      TX   Construct SH 199 (Henderson St.) through      $8,000,000
                 the Trinity Uptown Project between the
                 West Fork and Clear Fork of the Trinity
                 River in Fort Worth......................
 1951      IN   Construction of multi-use paths, Town of        $250,000
                 Fishers, Indiana.........................
 1952      OH   Construct White Pond Dr. project in Akron.    $1,000,000
 1953      MN   Design and right of way acquisition for I-    $1,000,000
                 35E-CSAH 14 Main Street Interchange, city
                 of Lino Lakes, Minnesota.................
 1954      OR   Expand storage facilities in Eugene to        $2,500,000
                 support transportation enhancement
                 activities throughout the state..........
 1955        CA Improvements to US-101 ramps between            $400,000
                 Winnetka Ave. and Van Nuys Blvd..........
 1956      IN   Acquire right of way for and construct        $3,000,000
                 University Parkway from Upper Mt. Vernon
                 Road to SR 66............................
 1957        CA Pine Avenue extension from Route 71 to        $8,500,000
                 Euclid Avenue in the City of Chino,
                 California...............................
 1958      MO   Confluence Greenway Land Acquisition for        $700,000
                 Riverfront Trail development in St. Louis
 1959      TN   Retrofit noise abatement walls in Davidson    $2,500,000
                 County...................................
 1960      MA   Road Improvements between Museum Road &       $4,000,000
                 Forsyth Way..............................
 1961      MI   Commerce, Haggerty Road from 14 Mile to       $1,500,000
                 Richardson...............................
 1962      WI   Expand STH 23, County Highway OJ to US       $15,000,000
                 Highway 41, WI...........................
 1963      FL   Construct interchange at I-95 and Matanzas    $1,000,000
                 Woods Parkway, Flagler County............
 1964      IL   Miller Road Widening and Improvement,         $7,955,000
                 McHenry..................................
 1965       NC  Construct Neuse River Trail in Johnston       $2,000,000
                 County...................................
 1966      TX   Construct landscaping and other pedestrian    $2,000,000
                 amenities in segments of the Old Spanish
                 Trail and Griggs Road rights-of-way......
 1967      NY   Construction of and improvements to Union     $1,000,000
                 Road and Walden Avenue in Cheektowaga....
 1968      LA   Construction of West Covington Bypass-LA      $4,000,000
                 21 Widening..............................
 1969      MS   Construct Byrd Parkway Extension, Petal...    $1,500,000
 1970      NY   Intermodal transportation improvements in     $4,000,000
                 Coney Island.............................
 1971      MN   Construct one mile of new roadway and a       $3,280,000
                 bridge crossing the DM&IR railroad
                 tracks, and construct connector between
                 CSAH 14 and CSAH 284, Proctor............
 1972      NH   Construct Park and Ride, Exit 5 on I-93--     $2,000,000
                 Londonderry, NH..........................
 1973      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Exeter Borough, Luzerne County........
 1974      PA   Extension of River Road in Reading, PA to     $1,500,000
                 provide access to major industial and
                 brownfields sites........................
 1975      AK   Point MacKenzie in Matanuska-Susitna          $1,000,000
                 Borough plan and design road access......
 1976      TX   Repair 4.35 miles of Lake Ridge Parkway.      $6,000,000
                 Widen roadway along with 2 bridges from 4
                 lanes to 6 across Joe Poole Lake in Grand
                 Prairie, TX..............................
 1977      IL   Robert Taylor Homes CHA Street                  $550,000
                 Construction, City of Chicago............
 1978      OR   Rockwood Town Center for Stark Street from    $3,000,000
                 190th to 197th for pedestrian, bicycle
                 and transit facilities and safety
                 mitigation...............................
 1979      PA   Route 89 Curve Realignment one mile north       $300,000
                 of Titusville on Route 89................
 1980      FL   Sand Lake Road Improvements between           $6,000,000
                 Presidents Drive and I-4.................
 1981      MI   Sault Ste. Marie, Reconstruct East Spruce       $950,000
                 Street with drainage, curb, gutter,
                 pavement, traffic control devices........
 1982      MI   Study and construct I-96/US31-Sternberg       $6,000,000
                 Road area improvements...................
 1983      PA   Provide access to HOV ramp from Reedsdale     $2,000,000
                 Street with traffic signals, pavement
                 markings, lane control and fast acting
                 gates....................................
 1984      IL   The extension of MacArthur Blvd. from         $1,500,000
                 Wabash to Iron Bridge Road. Springfield..
 1985      IL   Construct Cedar Creek Linear Park Trail,        $500,000
                 Quincy...................................
 1986      IN   Conduct study for US 50 Corridor                $300,000
                 Improvements, Dearborn County Indiana....
 1987      IL   Design, land acquistion, and construct        $2,000,000
                 West State St (US Business 20) from
                 Meridan Rd to Rockton Ave in Rockford, IL
 1988        CA The Foothill South Project, construct 16     $10,000,000
                 miles of a six-lane limited access
                 highway system...........................
 1989      MI   Construct Road Improvements to Miller Rd.     $3,000,000
                 from I-75 to Linden Rd. Flint Township...
 1990        CA State Route 99 improvements at Sheldon        $4,000,000
                 Road.....................................
 1991      KY   The Kentucky Multi-Highway Preservation       $1,600,000
                 Project..................................
 1992      NY   Town of Warwick, NY. Bridge replacement on      $175,000
                 Buttermilk Falls Rd......................
 1993      TN   Improve existing two lane highway to a       $10,000,000
                 four lane facility along the US-412
                 Corridor west of Natchez Trace to US-43
                 at Mt. Pleasant..........................
 1994      NY   Town of Warwick,NY East Shore Road              $800,000
                 reconstruction...........................
 1995      FL   Traffic Reconfiguration of SR 934 and US 1    $1,000,000
                 Route, Miami.............................
 1996      PA   For design, engineering, ROW acquisition,       $300,000
                 and construction of the third phase of
                 the Marshalls Creek Bypass Project in
                 Monroe County, Pennsylvania..............
 1997      MI   Construct North Central Muskegon County       $2,300,000
                 Corridor Improvements at US31 and Russell
                 Road.....................................
 1998      OH   Reconstruct I-75/I-475 Interchange, Toledo    $3,000,000
 1999      NY   College Point 20th Avenue Streetscapes          $700,000
                 Improvements Project in Queens...........
 2000      OH   Construct a 4 lane limited access road to       $750,000
                 link Newcomerstown and Cadiz.............
 2001        CO Construct trail to extend the Pequonnock        $500,000
                 Valley rail-trail through Trumbull and
                 into Bridgeport, CT......................
 2002      MS   Plan and Construct Star Landing Corridor      $2,000,000
                 from US 78 to US 61......................
 2003      TX   I Road Between Nolana Loop and FM 495 in      $1,900,000
                 Hidalgo County...........................
 2004       NC  North Carolina. Add passing lanes and         $3,000,000
                 safety improvements to US Hwy. 64 in
                 Transylvania County......................
 2005      TN   improve streetscape and pavement repair,        $300,000
                 Blount County, TN........................
 2006        CT Reconstruction of State Route 111 from        $1,500,000
                 Purdy Hill Road to Fan Hill Road, Monroe,
                 CT.......................................
 2007      IL   Resurface Trumbull Ave. and Homan Ave.,         $400,000
                 Evergreen Park...........................
 2008      GA   HWY 78 Corridor Improvement Gwinnett            $500,000
                 County...................................
 2009      TX   Construct Southwest Bypass in Georgetown,     $4,000,000
                 Texas, between SH 29 and Ranch Road 2243.
 2010      MO   To improve U.S. 54 to a four lane highway     $1,000,000
                 from the Osage River to MO Route KK......
 2011      MS   Upgrade roads in Mayersville (U.S. Hwy 14       $200,000
                 and 1), Issaquena County.................
 2012      MA   Gainsborough St & St. Botolph St.             $1,000,000
                 Improvements.............................
 2013      IN   Construct US 31 Kokomo Corridor Project       $1,000,000
                 for Kokomo Howard County, Indiana........
 2014      OH   Construction of Tri-State Outer Belt in       $2,000,000
                 Lawrence County..........................
 2015      PA   Completion of I-79-Kirwin Heights             $2,000,000
                 Interchange and construction of retaining
                 walls, bridge and new ramps..............
 2016      OH   Construction of the Carroll Area              $4,500,000
                 Interchange in Fairfield County..........
 2017        CA Construct the Silicon Valley                  $8,000,000
                 Transportation Incident Management Center
                 in San Jose..............................
 2018        CA Design and Construction Camino Tassajara      $1,000,000
                 Crown Canyon to East Town Project,
                 Danville, CA.............................
 2019      NY   Traffic mitigation on Bridge Street and         $150,000
                 Maple Avenue, Florida, NY................
 2020      WI   North 28th Street Phase 2 roadway safety      $1,280,000
                 improvements from Weeks Avenue to Hill
                 Avenue in Superior.......................
 2021       NC  Upgrade US 74 in Columbus County..........    $7,000,000
 2022      MS   Upgrade US 78 to Interstated Standards        $6,000,000
                 from the MS-TN state line to the MS-AL
                 state line...............................
 2023      IN   Improve Bailie Street, Kentland...........      $320,000
 2024        CA Realignment of La Brea Avenue to reduce       $3,640,000
                 congestion, City of Inglewood............
 2025      IL   Resurface Elston Avenue from Milwaukee to     $2,000,000
                 Pulaski, Chicago.........................
 2026      TN   Sullivan, Washington Counties, Tennessee      $2,000,000
                 SR-75 widening...........................
 2027      GA   US 17/SR 404 Spur, Back River bridge          $4,000,000
                 replacement, Savannah....................
 2028      MS   US 98 access improvements & new I-59          $5,000,000
                 interchange, Lamar County................
 2029      VA   Construct South Airport Connector,              $500,000
                 Richmond International Airport...........
 2030      NY   City of Peeskill,NY Street Resurfacing          $130,000
                 Program. Riverview Avenue................
 2031      GA   SR 400 at SR 120 Old Milton Parkway           $1,000,000
                 intersection improvement Fulton County
                 Georgia..................................
 2032      MA   East Boston Haul Road Construction........    $6,000,000
 2033      NY   Town of Goshen Orzeck Road reconstruction.      $400,000
 2034      VA   Revitalize Main Street in Dumfries........      $725,000
 2035      FL   Replace Platt Street Bridge...............    $3,000,000
 2036      FL   Access Rd. Streetscaping, Sanford Airport.      $500,000
 2037      NY   Rockland County and City of Yonkers to        $1,000,000
                 Lower-Manhattan Ferry Boat project.......
 2038       SC  Complete construction of Palmetto Parkway     $7,000,000
                 (I-520) Extension (Phase II) to I-20.....
 2039      NM   US 62-180 Reconstruction, Texas State Line    $5,000,000
                 to Carlsbad..............................
 2040      IL   For US Rt 30 intersection signals, turn &     $7,000,000
                 deceleration lanes btwn Williams St & IL
                 Rt 43 incl. 80th Ave, Wolf Rd, Lincoln
                 Way HS & Locust St.......................
 2041      OH   Construct Orchard Lane to Factory Road          $500,000
                 Connector, Greene County.................
 2042      TX   Construct a bridge impact protection            $500,000
                 system for TxDOT.........................
 2043       NC  Design and construction of the Airport        $5,000,000
                 Area Roadway Network, High Point, North
                 Carolina.................................
 2044      VA   Repair Colorado Street bridge in Salem,       $1,750,000
                 Virginia.................................
 2045        CA Project to evaluate air quality and             $100,000
                 congestion mitigation benefits of a
                 Hybrid Utility Vehicle in Santa Barbara
                 County...................................
 2046      PA   Mill Street improvements, Borough of            $900,000
                 Lansdale.................................
 2047      MN   Construction of County State Aid Highway      $3,200,000
                 21, Scott County, MN.....................
 2048      PA   Safety improvement to Chesnuts Turn-SR        $2,600,000
                 475, Fulton County, Pa...................
 2049      TX   Two direct connectors in Houston, Texas       $5,000,000
                 between IH 10 and SH 99, The Grand
                 Parkway..................................
 2050      MO   Upgrade of Rt. 71 from Pineville to          $15,000,000
                 Arkansas State Line......................
 2051        CA Improve interstates and roads part of the    $25,000,000
                 Inland Empire Goods Movement Gateway
                 project in and around the former Norton
                 Air Force Base...........................
 2052      IL   Preconstruction activities for Sangamon         $500,000
                 Valley Bicycle Trail (IL)................
 2053      MI   St. Clair County Parks is working with 13       $500,000
                 local units to develop the 54-mile Bridge-
                 to-Bay trail.............................
 2054      NJ   New Jersey Underground Railroad for             $320,000
                 preservation, enhancement and promotion
                 of sites in New Jersey...................
 2055        CA Construction of an interchange at Lammers     $1,000,000
                 Road and I-205, Tracy, CA................
 2056      MN   Right of way acquisition for St. Cloud        $3,000,000
                 Metro Area Project Development Studies...
 2057      NY   Improve CR 39 from NY 27 to NY 27A,           $3,000,000
                 Suffolk County...........................
 2058      PA   Street improvements, Borough of Ambler....      $650,000
 2059      KY   Reconstruction of KY 61 from Greensburg in    $1,000,000
                 Green County to Columbia in Adair County.
 2060      TX   Construct Loop 12-IH 35E and SH 183 west      $1,000,000
                 extension to MacArthur, Irving, Texas....
 2061       NC  To plan, design, and construct the segment    $1,000,000
                 of Berkeley Blvd. from Royal Avenue to
                 Hew Hope Rd (SR 1003) in Goldsboro, NC...
 2062      OH   Upgrade Manchester Rd. in Akron...........    $4,000,000
 2063      IL   St. Charles Road, The Village of Bellwood.    $1,000,000
 2064      TN   Engineer,design & construction of             $9,000,000
                 connector rd from I-75 interchange across
                 Enterprise South Industrial Park to Hwy
                 58 in Hamilton County....................
 2065      TX   Construct 4 lane divided roadway along SH     $2,000,000
                 71 from the Perdernales River to Bee
                 Creek....................................
 2066        CT I-84 Danbury Exits 1-11 Upgrade               $3,400,000
                 Interchanges.............................
 2067        CA Complete the engineering design and           $5,000,000
                 acquire the right-of-way needed for the
                 Arch-Sperry project in San Joaquin County
 2068      UT   Increase lane capacity on bridge over         $3,000,000
                 Virgin River on Washington Fields Road in
                 Washington...............................
 2069      NY   Installation of Utica Traffic Signal          $3,000,000
                 System...................................
 2070       NC  To construct an interchange at an existing    $4,000,000
                 grade separation at SR 1602 (Old
                 Stantonsburg Rd.) and U.S. 264 Bypass in
                 Wilson County, NC........................
 2071      WA   US12 Burbank to Walla Walla: Construct new    $4,300,000
                 four lane highway for portion of US 12...
 2072      TX   Construct direct connectors on US 59          $4,000,000
                 Intersection of US 59, Business 59 and US
                 77 (previously Loop 463).................
 2073      OH   Structural improvements to two bridges          $500,000
                 over the Zimber Ditch between 38th St.
                 and Whipple Ave. in Canton, Ohio.........
 2074      OK   US-281, Widen US-281 from the new US-281      $1,000,000
                 Spur North to Geary Canadian County, OK..
 2075      MI   City of Negaunee, Croix Street                $1,125,000
                 reconstruction-Streetscape and
                 resurfacing from US 41 to Maas Street....
 2076      KS   Construct I-35 and Lone Elm Road              $5,000,000
                 interchange and widen I-35 from 151st St.
                 to 159th St., Olathe.....................
 2077      MI   Integrated highway realignment and grade        $500,000
                 separations at Port Huron, MI to
                 eliminate road blockages from NAFTA rail
                 traffic..................................
 2078      OK   US-60, Widen US-60 between Bartlesville       $3,000,000
                 and Pawhuska, Osage County, OK...........
 2079      WA   Construct an off-ramp from I-5 to the           $500,000
                 intersection of Alderwood Mall Blvd and
                 Alderwood Mall Pkwy......................
 2080        CA Reduce congestion and boost economies         $7,000,000
                 through safer access to the coast by
                 realigning Hwy 299 between Trinity and
                 Shasta Counties..........................
 2081      IL   Pre-construction and construction             $1,000,000
                 activities on US 45/LaGrange Road from
                 131st Street to 179th Street.............
 2082      AR   Van Buren, Arkansas--Widen and reconstruct    $3,000,000
                 Rena Road................................
 2083      GA   Construction of infrastructure for inter-     $6,000,000
                 parcel access, median upgrades, lighting,
                 and beautification along Highway 78
                 corridor.................................
 2084        CA Construct Alviso Bay Trail from Gold          $1,000,000
                 Street in historic Alviso to San Tomas
                 Aquino Creek in San Jose.................
 2085      MS   Construct bicycle and trolley path,             $850,000
                 Hattiesburg..............................
 2086      WI   Construct a bike and pedestrian bridge          $300,000
                 across STH 100 at the 1800 block of S.
                 108th Street, West Allis.................
 2087      IL   Increasing the height on the IL Rt. 82        $3,000,000
                 Railroad Underpass in Geneseo, IL........
 2088       NC  US-70 Goldsboro Bypass....................    $1,000,000
 2089        CA Vasco Road Safety Improvements, Contra        $1,000,000
                 Costa Transportation Authority and the
                 County of Alameda Public Works,
                 California...............................
 2090      NY   Downtown Flushing Multi-Modal Connection      $1,100,000
                 Project, Queens..........................
 2091      MD   Construct Safety and Operations               $2,500,000
                 Improvements at MLK Jr. Blvd. and W.
                 Baltimore Street in Baltimore............
 2092      NY   Rehabilitate Riis Park Boardwalk..........    $1,300,000
 2093      TX   Construct 25 mile stretch of the 177-mile    $11,500,000
                 loop, between IH-45 south and SH-288.....
 2094      UT   Construction of Midvalley Highway, Tooele     $1,000,000
                 County, Utah.............................
 2095      WA   Improve Willapa Hills bicycle and               $700,000
                 pedestrian trail between Chehalis and
                 Pacific County...........................
 2096      PA   Design and construct interchange and          $6,000,000
                 related improvements at I 83 Exit 18.....
 2097      VA   Northern Virginia Potomac Heritage            $1,000,000
                 National Scenic Trail....................
 2098       NC  Construct new traffic path to receive and     $3,000,000
                 dispatch trucks from US 74, US 76, US
                 421, and US 17S..........................
 2099      OK   Construction of Midwest City Pedestrian       $1,000,000
                 Walkway..................................
 2100      TX   Construct parallel bridge for SH 35 over      $1,000,000
                 Capano Bay...............................
 2101      GA   Construct access roads on Airport Loop        $2,000,000
                 road in Hapeville........................
 2102      TN   Construct 2nd Creek Greenway, Knoxville,        $685,700
                 Tennessee................................
 2103      NE   Design, right-of-way and construction for     $2,500,000
                 the Louisville Bypass, Nebraska..........
 2104      HI   Construct Honoapiilani Highway Realignment    $3,000,000
 2105      TN   Hamblen County, Tennessee US 25E              $1,000,000
                 interchange improvements.................
 2106      IL   Construction of a new bicycle-pedestrian      $1,200,000
                 bridge in Wayne, IL......................
 2107      PA   David Lawrence Convention Center Phase IV-    $1,200,000
                 reconstruction of roadways assoc. with HQ
                 hotel project............................
 2108        CO I-70 and SH 58 Interchange: Reconstruction    $9,000,000
                 of existing ramps, building of missing
                 ramps and ROW acquisition................
 2109      OH   Reconstruct U.S. Route 6 (Lake Road).         $2,000,000
                 Rocky River..............................
 2110      WA   Construct .6 mile span over I-5 in            $5,000,000
                 Thurston County to connect Chehalis
                 Western Trail............................
 2111      IL   Extend Frank Scott Parkway East Road to       $2,800,000
                 Scott AFB, St. Clair County..............
 2112      OH   Reconfigure I-480 and Transportation Blvd.      $750,000
                 Interchange, Garfield Heights............
 2113      NY   Rehabilitation of Route 100 from Virginia     $1,100,000
                 Road to Westchester Community College....
 2114      TN   Restoration of historic L&N Depot, McMinn        $20,000
                 County, Tennessee........................
 2115      SD   Resurface 10 miles of US18 from Okreek to     $2,300,000
                 Carter on the Rosebud Indian Reservation.
 2116        CA Route 198 Expansion, from SR 99 to SR 43..    $3,000,000
 2117      WA   SR 543 Interstate 5 to International          $2,500,000
                 Boundary Enhancement in Blaine...........
 2118      MD   Rockville, MD Construction of Maryland        $4,000,000
                 Avenue and Market Street Intermodal
                 Access Project...........................
 2119      MN   US Highway 212 expansion from Carver Cnty     $1,000,000
                 Rd 147 to Cologne and from Cologne to
                 Norwood Young America....................
 2120      VA   Vienna, VA Maple Avenue improvement           $1,650,000
                 project..................................
 2121      IL   Village of South Jacksonville--West             $952,572
                 Vandalia Road upgrades...................
 2122      AS   Village road improvements for Launiusaelua    $3,000,000
                 and Ituau counties in the Central
                 district.................................
 2123      AS   Village road improvements for Tualauta,       $3,000,000
                 Tualatai, Aitulagi, Fofo, and Alataua
                 counties in the Western district.........
 2124      FL   Destiny Rd Reconstruction, Eatonville.....    $1,000,000
 2125      KY   Construct New Technology Triangle Access      $2,000,000
                 Road, Campbell County, Kentucky..........
 2126      NY   Town of Wawayanda reconstruction of             $500,000
                 McVeigh Road.............................
 2127      VA   Virginia Creeper Trail--Trail needs,            $850,000
                 including construction of restroom
                 facilities at Watauga and Alvarado and
                 parking expansion at Watauga.............
 2128        CA Construct grade separation on State          $16,000,000
                 College Blvd. at the Burlington Northern
                 Santa Fe railroad, Fullerton.............
 2129      MA   Warren Street--Blue Hill Avenue...........    $3,000,000
 2130      FL   Design and construct Dunn Avenue              $2,000,000
                 Extension, Volusia County................
 2131        CA Construct operational and safety              $2,500,000
                 improvements to I-880 N at 29th Ave in
                 Oakland..................................
 2132      WA   U.S. 395, North Spokane Corridor              $5,800,000
                 Improvements.............................
 2133      NY   Route 531 Expansion Spencerport-Brockport,    $7,400,000
                 4-lane Highway is a project to extend Rt.
                 531......................................
 2134      OR   Columbia Intermodal Corridor for rail        $12,000,000
                 congestion relief, improved intersections
                 and access to Interstate-5 for trucks,
                 and grade-separate road from rail,
                 Portland.................................
 2135      OH   Interchange and related road improvements     $2,000,000
                 to SR 44 in Painesville, OH..............
 2136      GA   Greene County, Georgia conversion of I-20     $1,200,000
                 and Carey Station Road overpass to full
                 interchange..............................
 2137      IL   Pioneer Parkway upgrade in Peoria--           $2,000,000
                 Extension from Allen Road to Route 91....
 2138      MS   Construct historic bicycle path,                $150,000
                 Pascagoula...............................
 2139      PA   Crows Run Relocation from SR 65 to Freedom    $3,850,000
                 Crider Road..............................
 2140      OH   Replace the Edward N. Waldvogel Viaduct in   $10,000,000
                 Cincinnati...............................
 2141       NC  Construct I-540 from NC 55 South to NC 55    $11,000,000
                 North....................................
 2142      NY   Roadway, streetscape, pedestrian, and         $4,000,000
                 parking improvements to the Buffalo
                 Niagara Medical Campus, Buffalo..........
 2143      VA   Upgrade DOT crossing #470515H to constant       $150,000
                 warning devices in Halifax...............
 2144      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Avoca Borough, Luzerne County.........
 2145      WA   Bridge Modification and Interstate Highway    $4,000,000
                 Protection Project, Skagit River, in
                 Skagit County............................
 2146      TN   Construct welcome center, Macon County....      $200,000
 2147        CA Construction of new roadway lighting on       $1,000,000
                 major transportation corridors in the
                 Northwest San Fernando Valley............
 2148      MO   Interchange design and construction for       $1,000,000
                 the Main Street Extension at I-55, Cape
                 Girardeau County.........................
 2149        CA Replace SR 22 interchanges, construct HOV     $6,000,000
                 lanes, and lengthen bridges in Garden
                 Gove.....................................
 2150      IL   Construct I 290, The Village of Oak Park..    $1,000,000
 2151      RI   Rehabilitation of Bridge Number 550 In        $5,500,000
                 Pawtucket................................
 2152      WA   Complete analysis, permitting and right of      $600,000
                 way procurement for I-5/SR 501
                 Interchange replacement in Ridgefield....
 2153        CA Design and construct new interchange at       $2,000,000
                 Potrero Blvd and State Route 60 in
                 Beaumont.................................
 2154      TN   construction of a pedestrian bridge in        $1,000,000
                 Alcoa, TN................................
 2155      WV   Construct 4 lane improvements on U.S.        $44,250,000
                 Route 35 in Mason County.................
 2156      OH   Construct Grade Separation at Front             $500,000
                 Street, Berea............................
 2157        CA Crenshaw Blvd. Rehabilitation, 182nd St.        $800,000
                 190th St.; and Crenshaw Blvd. at 182nd
                 St. Fwy on-off Ramp Capacity Enhancement,
                 City of Torrance.........................
 2158        CA Construct Interchange at Intersection of      $5,000,000
                 SR 44 and Stillwater Road................
 2159      MN   CSAH 61 improvements, City of Coleraine...      $490,000
 2160      KY   Expansion to four lanes of Hwy 55 and Hwy    $10,000,000
                 555 Heartland Parkway in Taylor County...
 2161      KS   Interchange improvement at K-7 and 55th       $5,000,000
                 St. in Johnson Co........................
 2162        CA Construct truck lane on Baughman Road from      $550,000
                 State Route 78/86 to Forrester Road,
                 Westmorland..............................
 2163      AZ   Construct bridges at Aspen St., at Birch      $3,000,000
                 St., at Cherry St., at Bonito St., at
                 Thorpe St................................
 2164        CT Construct Putnam curb cuts................       $50,000
 2165      OH   Canton, OH Cleveland Ave. bridge                $400,000
                 replacement over the Nimishilen Creek....
 2166      MN   Design and right of way acquisition for I-    $3,000,000
                 35 and CSAH 2 interchange in Forest Lake,
                 MN.......................................
 2167      PA   Complete the connection of the American      $10,000,000
                 Parkway between the east and west sides
                 of the Lehigh River with bridge and
                 interchanges.............................
 2168      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $250,000
                 construction of street improvements,
                 parking & safety enhancements Main &
                 Parsonage Streets in Pittston............
 2169      TX   Grade separation bridges at Wintergreen       $8,200,000
                 Rd. and Millers Ferry Rd. in Hutchins and
                 Pleasant Run Rd. and Millers Ferry Rd. in
                 Wilmer...................................
 2170      GA   I-20 HOV lanes from Evans Mill Road to        $1,500,000
                 Salem Road, Dekalb and Rockdale Counties.
 2171      NV   Improve Las Vegas Beltway-Airport             $4,000,000
                 Connector Interchange....................
 2172        CA Oregon-Page Mill expressway Improvements      $4,000,000
                 between US 101 and SR 82, Palo Alto......
 2173      MA   Design and construct the Quinebaug River      $1,000,000
                 Rail Trail Bikeway.......................
 2174        CA Park Boulevard-Harbor Drive Rail Grade        $1,000,000
                 Separation, San Diego....................
 2175      MN   Paul Bunyan Trail, Walker to Bemidji            $700,000
                 segment..................................
 2176        CA Construct road surface improvements, and      $1,400,000
                 improve road safety from Brawley Water
                 plant to HWY 86 to 9th Street to 18th
                 Street, Brawley..........................
 2177      TX   Improvements to FM 1017 in Hebbronville...      $500,000
 2178        CA Alameda Corridor East Gateway to America     $15,500,000
                 Trade Corridor Project, Highway-Railgrade
                 separation along 35 mile corridor from
                 Alameda Corridor (Hobart Junction) to Los
                 Angeles/San Bernardino County Line.......
 2179      GA   Phase III Streetscape-Columbus............    $1,000,000
 2180      IL   Pre-construction and construction IL 15       $6,960,000
                 over Wabash River at Mt. Carmel..........
 2181      NY   Queens, Bronx, and Kings, and Richmond        $6,250,000
                 County Graffiti Elimination Program
                 including Kings Highway from Ocean
                 Parkway to McDonald Avenue...............
 2182      IA   Improvements at the IA 146 and I 80           $1,000,000
                 interchange, Grinnell....................
 2183      TX   Construct Grade separation at US 277 in       $5,000,000
                 Eagle Pass...............................
 2184      LA   Plan, design, land acquisition, and           $2,750,000
                 construction for improved access to I-10
                 and US 61/River Road in St. John the
                 Baptist and in Ascension Parish on the LA
                 22 Corridor..............................
 2185      KS   Construction of a two-lane on a four-lane    $12,800,000
                 right of way bypass with controlled
                 access on US-400 at Dodge City...........
 2186      MN   Reconstruct CR 203 between US 10 and CSAH       $336,000
                 1, Morrison County.......................
 2187      NY   Reconstruction of York Street Industrial      $3,500,000
                 Corridor Project, Auburn, NY.............
 2188      NY   Construction of and improvements to Route     $1,000,000
                 62 in the Village of Hamburg.............
 2189      IN   Downtown road improvements, Indianapolis..   $22,500,000
 2190      AL   Construct pedestrian urban-edge riverwalk     $1,500,000
                 in Montgomery, AL........................
 2191      PA   Johnstown, Pennsylvania, West End bypass      $5,000,000
                 safety improvements......................
 2192        CA Construction of traffic and pedestrian        $2,000,000
                 safety improvements in Yucca Valley......
 2193        CA 710 Freeway Study to Evaluate Technical       $3,000,000
                 Feasibility and Impacts of a Tunnel
                 Alternative to Close 710 Freeway Gap.....
 2194        CA Greenleaf Right of Way Community              $4,000,000
                 Enhancement Project-design and construct
                 bikeways, pedestrian walkways and upgrade
                 signalization Compton....................
 2195      KY   Improve Prospect Street Pedestrian Access,    $2,750,000
                 Berea....................................
 2196      OH   Construct Crocker Stearns Connection,           $900,000
                 North Olmsted and Westlake...............
 2197      NY   Construction of and improvements to Seneca      $600,000
                 Street in Buffalo........................
 2198        CA Avalon Boulevard/I-405 Interchange            $6,000,000
                 modification project, Carson.............
 2199      IL   Construct Illinois Route 336 from Macomb      $2,000,000
                 to Peoria................................
 2200       NC  North Carolina. Pack Sqaure Pedestrian and    $4,000,000
                 Roadway Improvements, Asheville..........
 2201      PA   Provide pedestrian and water access to        $1,100,000
                 Convention Center from surrounding
                 neighborhoods............................
 2202      NY   Reconstruction of Times and Duffy Squares     $1,500,000
                 in New York City.........................
 2203      LA   Construction of I-10 Access Road (Crowley)    $1,100,000
 2204      NY   Repaving of I-86 in towns of Coldspring,     $10,000,000
                 Randolph, Allegany, and Olean; City of
                 Olean; Village of Randolph in Cattaraugus
                 County...................................
 2205      PA   Replace Bridge, S.R. 106, Tunkhannock           $800,000
                 Creek Bridge 2, Clifford Township,
                 Susquehanna County.......................
 2206      NJ   Replace Route 7-Wittpen Bridge, Hudson        $1,000,000
                 County...................................
 2207      MN   Right-of-Way acquisition for 8th Street       $4,000,000
                 North & Pinecone Road....................
 2208      IL   For Village of Lemont to modernize and          $350,000
                 improve the intersection of McCarthy
                 Road, Derby Road, and Archer Avenue......
 2209        CA Construct I-80 HOV lanes and interchange      $1,000,000
                 in Vallejo...............................
 2210      PA   Rail Crossing signalization upgrade, East       $206,300
                 Wesner Road, Maidencreek Twp, Berks
                 County...................................
 2211      OH   Construct road projects and transportation    $6,480,000
                 enhancements as part of RiverScape Phase
                 III, Montgomery County, Ohio.............
 2212      TN   Riverside Drive Cobblestone Restoration       $1,000,000
                 and Walkway, Memphis.....................
 2213      TX   Road grade separation at Fairmont Parkway     $5,000,000
                 over Southern Pacific Rail road..........
 2214      PA   Construct additional northbound lane on       $1,650,000
                 Rte 28 between Harmar and Creighton
                 Interchange..............................
 2215      NJ   Roadway and intersection modifications on     $1,000,000
                 New Jersey Route 82......................
 2216      OH   Jackson Township, Ohio. Intersection          $2,000,000
                 improvements at Fulton Dr. and Wales.....
 2217      GA   Rockdale County Veteran's Park-- create         $500,000
                 park trails..............................
 2218      MA   Construct the Blackstone River Bikeway and    $2,000,000
                 Worcester Bikeway Pavilion between
                 Providence, RI and Worcester, MA.........
 2219      OH   Improvements to SR 91 in City of              $1,950,000
                 Twinsburg, OH............................
 2220      TX   Completion of US 77 relief route around       $3,000,000
                 City of Robstown.........................
 2221      NY   Improve Maple Avenue, Smithtown...........    $1,000,000
 2222      HI   Replace and Rehabilitate Kamehameha           $1,000,000
                 Highway Bridges, Island of Oahu..........
 2223      TX   SH71 from W of FM 20 to Loop 150, Bastrop     $2,000,000
                 County...................................
 2224      IN   Construct US 31 Plymouth to South Bend       $11,000,000
                 Freeway Project in Marshall and St.
                 Joseph Counties, Indiana.................
 2225      LA   Plan and develop a four-lane roadway,           $200,000
                 Jeanerette to US 90 connection...........
 2226      LA   Construct I-12 and LA 1088 Interchange....    $3,000,000
 2227        CA 4 lane widening/safety improvements on        $3,660,000
                 State Route 25 from Hollister to Gilroy..
 2228      NY   Comprehensive traffic congestion                $750,000
                 mitigation study of Hauppauge Industrial
                 Park and surrounding area................
 2229      NY   Develop an identity and signage program       $1,000,000
                 for the Erie Canalway National Heritage
                 Corridor.................................
 2230        CO Dillon Drive Overpass at Interstate 25 in     $4,000,000
                 Pueblo...................................
 2231      NY   Improvements at highway-rail crossings        $1,000,000
                 along the Southern Tier Extension
                 Railroad in Allegany, Cattaraugus, and
                 Steuben Counties.........................
 2232      FL   Depot Ave. Enhancements, Gainesville......    $6,000,000
 2233        CA Interstate 15 and Winchester Road             $2,000,000
                 Interchange Project......................
 2234      PA   Construct the Eastern Inner Loop in Centre     $5000,000
                 County around State College, PA..........
 2235      NJ   Streetscape Improvements along Berlin road    $1,000,000
                 between Gibbsboro Road and White Horse
                 Road in Lindenwold Borough...............
 2236      FL   Conduct planning and engineering for SR 70    $2,000,000
                 widening in Hardee, DeSoto and Okeechobee
 2237      GA   Streetscape-Albany........................      $500,000
 2238      GA   Streetscape-Richland......................      $200,000
 2239      MO   Construct four lanes for Route 5 in Camden   $10,000,000
                 County...................................
 2240      IL   Improve Cottage Grove intersection, South     $1,000,000
                 Chicago Avenue and 71st Street...........
 2241      NY   Study, design and reconstruction of           $1,000,000
                 pedestrian walkways, the Bronx...........
 2242      MS   Upgrade roads in Anguilla and Rolling           $750,000
                 Fork, Sharkey County.....................
 2243      TX   For center to center communication link       $1,000,000
                 between highway traffic transportation
                 management centers.......................
 2244      OH   Upgrade the interchange of Interstates 270    $4,000,000
                 and 71 in Franklin County, Ohio..........
 2245        CA US 101 Corridor Improvements--Route 280 to    $5,000,000
                 the Capitol-Yerba Buena Interchange......
 2246        CA Rancho Vista Blvd Widening Project........    $3,500,000
 2247      NJ   Newark Access Variable Message Signage          $500,000
                 System...................................
 2248      IA   Construct SW Connector, West Des Moines...    $2,000,000
 2249      IA   US 30 reconstruction , near Tama..........    $4,000,000
 2250      GA   Construction of interchange on I-985 north    $4,000,000
                 of SR-13, Hall County Georgia............
 2251      MI   Marquette County, Realignment of 3200 feet      $500,000
                 of County Road 492 from US-41 north to
                 County Road HD...........................
 2252      WI   Realign USH 8 near Cameron, Barron County.    $2,000,000
 2253      PA   Restoration of PA422, in Berks County,        $1,000,000
                 including slab repair and diamond
                 grinding.................................
 2254        CA Monte Vista Avenue Grade Separation,          $2,000,000
                 Montclair, California....................
 2255      NY   Deploy intermodal chassis ITS project in      $2,000,000
                 New York.................................
 2256      NY   Reconstruction of Route 590 in the Town of    $6,200,000
                 Irondequoit, NY..........................
 2257      NY   Design and Construction of Downtown           $2,000,000
                 Jamestown Connector Trail................
 2258      LA   Further construction to improve draining      $3,300,000
                 at Clearview Parkway (LA 3152) and
                 Earhart Expressway (LA 3139).............
 2259      MI   Houghton County, Rehabilitate 2 piers and       $270,000
                 remove old bridge caissons for Sturgeon
                 River Bridge.............................
 2260      AK   Make necessary improvements to Indian         $2,000,000
                 River Road in City and Borough of Sitka..
 2261      MN   Reconstruct CSAH 61 from Barnum to TH 210     $1,680,000
                 at Carlton, and improve Munger Trail.....
 2262      TX   Build I-30 Trinity River Bridge, Dallas,      $1,000,000
                 Texas....................................
 2263      AK   Realign rail track to eliminate highway-      $5,000,000
                 rail crossings and improve highway safety
                 and transit times........................
 2264      MS   Relocate SR 44 from SR 198 to Pierce Road,    $4,000,000
                 Columbia.................................
 2265      AL   Interstate 565 west extension towards         $2,000,000
                 Decatur..................................
 2266      MO   Roadway Improvements on Rte. 21 from          $5,000,000
                 Hayden Road to Lake Lorraine.............
 2267      IL   Halsted Bridge over North Branch Canal          $600,000
                 Reconstruction, City of Chicago..........
 2268      VA   Town of Pound Riverwalk--construction of        $100,000
                 pedestrian riverwalk in Town of Pound....
 2269      IL   US 67 west of Jacksonville, IL Bypass to      $2,000,000
                 east of IL 100...........................
 2270      NY   Village of Wappingers Falls North Mesier        $750,000
                 Ave......................................
 2271      AR   War Eagle Bridge Rehabilitation--Benton         $640,000
                 County, Arkansas.........................
 2272      WI   Build additional staircases, landscape,         $800,000
                 and other improvements to the marsupial
                 bridge at the Holton St. Viaduct in
                 Milwaukee................................
 2273      TN   Washington County, Tennessee SR-36            $1,000,000
                 widening.................................
 2274      MI   Westland, Ann Arbor Trail between             $3,150,000
                 Farmington and Merriman..................
 2275      MI   White Lake, pave Cooley Lake Road Between       $500,000
                 Hix and Newburgh Roads...................
 2276      GA   Bridge replacement on County Road 183-FAS       $425,000
                 Route 1509, Peach County.................
 2277       NC  I40 I-77 Interchange in Iredell County, NC    $5,000,000
 2278        CA Construct safe routes to school in            $1,000,000
                 Cherryland and Ashland...................
 2279        CA Install Central Ave Historic Corridor         $2,000,000
                 comprehensive streetscape improvements
                 thus improving traffic, ped safety, and
                 economic development, Los Angeles........
 2280      VA   Whitetop Station--completion of renovation      $100,000
                 of Whitetop Station (which serves as
                 trailhead facility) including
                 construction of trail....................
 2281        CT Make Improvements to Montville-Preston        $3,000,000
                 Mohegan Bridge...........................
 2282      IL   Widen and improve Pulaski Road, Alsip.....      $700,000
 2283      AK   For Completion of the Shotgun Cove Road,      $4,000,000
                 from Whittier, Alaska to the area of
                 Decision Point, Alaska...................
 2284      NY   Study and Implement Intelligent               $1,000,000
                 Transportation System Sensor Technology
                 to Improve Safety at Bridges and Tunnels
                 in Metropolitan New York City............
 2285      NY   Warburton avenue Bridge over Factory Lane,    $1,000,000
                 Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.............
 2286      NY   Improve intersection of Old Dock and            $500,000
                 Church Street, Kings Park................
 2287      TN   Widen and improve State Route 33, Knox        $6,500,000
                 County, Tennessee........................
 2288        CA Reconstruct Paramount Bl. with medians and    $1,350,000
                 improve drainage from north border to
                 south border of city in Lakewood.........
 2289      NY   Upgrade Metro North stations in the Bronx     $3,000,000
                 and construct station at Yankee Stadium..
 2290      OH   Construct the existing industrial park        $4,100,000
                 road from local to state standards near
                 Cadiz....................................
 2291      LA   Upgrade LA 28 to four lanes from LA 121 to    $2,000,000
                 LA 465...................................
 2292      NY   Reconstruction of Historic Eastern Parkway    $2,400,000
 2293        CA Widen and make ITS improvements on            $1,000,000
                 Paramount Blvd between Telegraph Rd and
                 Gardendale St in Downey..................
 2294      VA   Conduct planning and engineering for          $3,000,000
                 Hampton Roads Third Crossing and
                 Interconnected Roadways..................
 2295      IL   Widen Annie Glidden Road to five lanes        $4,000,000
                 with intersection improvements. DeKalb,
                 IL.......................................
 2296        CA Widen California State Route132 from         $18,000,000
                 California State Route 99 west to Dakota
                 Avenue...................................
 2297       NC  Widen Derita Road from Poplar Tent Road in    $2,000,000
                 Concord to the Cabarrus Mecklenburg
                 County line..............................
 2298      TX   Widen from 4 to 6 lanes Interstate 35 East    $7,000,000
                 from Lake Lewisville to Loop 288.........
 2299        CA Widen Haskell Avenue between Chase St. and      $200,000
                 Roscoe Blvd..............................
 2300      TX   Widen Hempstead Highway from 12th Street      $1,000,000
                 to Washington Avenue from four lanes to
                 six lanes................................
 2301      NH   Reconstruction and relocation of the            $500,000
                 intersection of Maple Avenue and
                 Charleston Road in Claremont.............
 2302      OH   Construct highway-rail crossing safety          $300,000
                 upgrades at 3 grade crossings in Madison
                 Village, OH..............................
 2303      WA   Cultural & Interpretive Center (Hanford       $1,600,000
                 Reach National Monument) facility,
                 Richland, WA.............................
 2304      NY   Implement Improvements for Pedestrian         $1,000,000
                 Safety in New York County................
 2305      NY   Construction of and improvements to Main        $400,000
                 Street in the Town of Eden...............
 2306      GA   SR 85 widening from Adams DR to I-75 and      $1,500,000
                 reconstruct the Forest Parkway
                 interchange, Clayton County..............
 2307      GA   Jogging, and Bicycle Trails around CSU,         $500,000
                 Columbus.................................
 2308      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Throop Borough, Lackawanna County.....
 2309      IL   Reconstruct Winter Ave, existing 1 lane RR    $5,400,000
                 subway, and 1 lane bridge to provide
                 access to Winter Park in Danville........
 2310      OR   Construct highway and pedestrian access to    $9,000,000
                 Macadam Ave and street improvements as
                 part of the South Waterfront development,
                 Portland.................................
 2311      TX   Relocation of 10th Street near McAllen-         $750,000
                 Miller International Airport.............
 2312      IL   Construct pedestrian tunnel at railroad       $1,000,000
                 crossing in Winfield, IL.................
 2313      IN   Construct Margaret Avenue Safety and          $3,000,000
                 Capacity Enhancement Project.............
 2314      TX   Construct Loop 574 from BU 77 to I-35 in      $2,000,000
                 McLennan Co..............................
 2315      NY   Construction of a bicycle / pedestrian off    $2,300,000
                 road scenic pathway from the Niagara
                 Falls City Line to the southerly Lewiston
                 Town / Village Line along the Niagara
                 Gorge, Town of Lewiston, Village of
                 Lewiston, Niagara County.................
 2316      FL   Construct new bridge from West-Florida        $5,000,000
                 Turnpike to CR 714 to 36th Street--cross
                 S. Fork of St. Lucie River--Indian Street
                 to US 1on east side......................
 2317      WI   Recondition STH 16 from Columbus to STH 26    $4,000,000
                 (Dodge County, Wisconsin)................
 2318      VI   Christiansted By-Pass Highway, St. Croix..    $8,000,000
 2319      NY   Riverwalk in Irvington development........      $200,000
 2320      OH   Road resurfacing and improvements in the        $700,000
                 Village of Bentleyville, OH..............
 2321      PA   Improvements to Stella Street rail-highway      $750,000
                 crossing in Wormleysburg, PA.............
 2322        CT Construct Entrance Ramp at Route 8 Exit       $1,000,000
                 11, Shelton, CT..........................
 2323      AL   Pedestrian Improvements for Leeds, AL.....      $150,000
 2324      WA   Federal Way Triangle--Conduct final           $2,000,000
                 engineering work for the reconstruction
                 of the I-5--SR 18 interchange............
 2325      MI   Garden City, Reconstruct Maplewood between    $1,225,000
                 Inkster and Merriman.....................
 2326      OR   Lake Road Reconstruction and Safety           $5,000,000
                 Improvements, Milwaukie..................
 2327      NY   Resurface Grade Crossing at Old State Road      $250,000
 2328      MN   Construction of Cedar Avenue Busway, MN...    $6,000,000
 2329      IL   Resurfacing of aprrox 30 miles of roadway     $7,000,000
                 in Village of Oak Lawn...................
 2330      GA   Streetscape-Thomasville...................      $300,000
 2331      PR   To build the missing central segment of PR-   $5,000,000
                 10, to complete one of only two highways
                 crossing Puerto Rico North to South......
 2332      PA   To enhance existing directional markers &       $500,000
                 increase wayfinding signage
                 infrastructure in Monroe County..........
 2333        CA Construct and repair lining in four           $3,000,000
                 tunnels on Kanan, Kanan Dume, and Malibu
                 Canyon Roads between US 1 and US 101.....
 2334      GA   Sidewalk revitalization project in              $500,000
                 downtown Eastman.........................
 2335      TX   Port of Corpus Christi Up River Road for        $500,000
                 upgrade of roadway to and from docks & IH
                 37.......................................
 2336      GA   Construct US 411 Connector from US 41 to I-  $20,000,000
                 75, Bartow County, Georgia...............
 2337      NY   Construction of US Route 219 Expressway:      $8,000,000
                 Sections V and VI........................
 2338      PA   Engineering, design and construction of an    $2,000,000
                 extension of Park Avenue north to
                 Lakemont Park in Altoona.................
 2339      MN   Reconstruct I-35E from I-94 to Maryland       $3,500,000
                 Avenue in St. Paul.......................
 2340        CA Construct truck ramp linking Interstate 5     $3,000,000
                 to the National City Marine Cargo
                 Terminal, National City..................
 2341      GA   Reconstruct the interchange at Interstate     $1,806,000
                 185 and Victory Drive (SR 520), Columbus,
                 GA Victory Drive (SR 520), Columbus, GA..
 2342      OH   Streetscaping, bicycle trails, and related    $3,500,000
                 improvements to the I-90--SR 615
                 Interchange in Mentor, OH................
 2343      IN   Preliminary engineering, right-of-way, and    $5,600,000
                 construction for Perimeter Parkway -West
                 Lafayette/Purdue University, Indiana.....
 2344      TN   Reconstruct Interchange 55 at Mallory         $1,000,000
                 Avenue, Memphis, Shelby County...........
 2345        CA Upgrade first responders signal pre-             $32,000
                 emption hardware, Culver City............
 2346      IN   Construction of Maplecrest Rd Extension--    $11,000,000
                 Allen County, Indiana....................
 2347      MS   Upgrade roads in Arcola, Greenville, and      $1,750,000
                 Hollandale (U.S. Highway 61 and 18),
                 Washington County........................
 2348      MS   Canal Road Intermodal Connector, Gulfport.    $8,000,000
 2349      PR   Construction of community bridge for Los        $500,000
                 Navarros Sector, Quebrada Arenas
                 Community................................
 2350      NY   Construct the Auburn Connector Road           $1,000,000
                 Corridor , Auburn, NY....................
 2351      MA   Engineering and construction of Blackstone    $6,400,000
                 Valley Visitors Center at intersection of
                 State Route 146 and Millbury Street,
                 Worcester................................
 2352        CA Improve I-8 off ramp to the Desert Farming    $1,000,000
                 Institute, Imperial County...............
 2353      KS   Construct bike and pedestrian path along K-     $500,000
                 10 between Douglas and Johnson Counties..
 2354      HI   Construct Bike Lanes on Kalanianaole            $300,000
                 Highway, vicinity of Makapuu to Keolu
                 Drive....................................
 2355      TX   Donna/Rio Bravo International Bridge......    $2,000,000
 2356      IL   Improve Sheridan Road, Evanston...........    $2,000,000
 2357      MD   Intercounty Connector.....................    $4,000,000
 2358      MI   Resurfacing of Ten Mile Road in St. Clair       $896,000
                 Shores...................................
 2359      NY   Conduct studies to consider transportation    $1,500,000
                 planning and community involvement for
                 infrastructure projects that address
                 congestion relief in New York City.......
 2360      MO   Construct an extension of MO 740 from U.S.    $2,500,000
                 63 to the 1-70 Lake of the Woods
                 Interchange..............................
 2361      LA   Improvements for LA 1148 in Iberville         $4,000,000
                 Parish; and LA/I-10 Connector Study; and
                 improvements to LA 10/Zachary Taylor
                 Parkway..................................
 2362      NY   Monroe County ITS project.................      $900,000
 2363      MO   Roadway improvement on I-44 in Phelps         $1,000,000
                 County Missouri..........................
 2364      MA   Rt128/95 ramp Northbound to Kendrick          $2,000,000
                 Street, Needham..........................
 2365      IN   Realign State Road 312, Hammond...........    $4,162,891
 2366      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $250,000
                 construction of surface improvements to
                 the area adjacent to Exit 168 of
                 Interstate 81 at the Wachovia Arena in
                 Wilkes-Barre Township....................
 2367      GA   SR 92 relocation from Durelee Road to SR      $8,000,000
                 92 at Malone, including grade separation,
                 Douglas County, Georgia..................
 2368      IN   Construct I69 Evansville to Indianapolis,    $14,000,000
                 Indiana..................................
 2369        CA Construct fourth bore of Caldecott Tunnel     $2,000,000
                 on SR 24, California.....................
 2370      TN   Construct interchange on I-40 in Wilson       $1,000,000
                 County...................................
 2371      IN   Construct service road parallel to I-69 in    $4,000,000
                 the City of Anderson, Indiana............
 2372      NY   Croton-on-Hudson, NY Restoration of Van       $2,500,000
                 Cortlandt Manor entrance road............
 2373      OH   Construction and repair of pedestrian           $289,000
                 walkways along Lake Shore Blvd. in
                 Lakeline Village, OH.....................
 2374      MD   Reconstruct MD 32 from MD 108 to I-70 in      $3,800,000
                 Howard County............................
 2375      NY   Reconstruct Streets and Sidewalks in          $1,000,000
                 Middle Village...........................
 2376      MI   Reconstruct two bridges over Black Creek        $712,500
                 Drain in Sanilac County..................
 2377      FL   Construction of Little Venice Road,           $1,000,000
                 Marathon, FL.............................
 2378        CA Make traffic and safety improvements to         $500,000
                 Atlantic Blvd in Maywood.................
 2379      MN   Stearns County Bridge no. 73501                 $400,000
                 Improvements.............................
 2380      LA   Construct LA 16 Interchange at I-12 and      $13,000,000
                 improvements, and Cook Road improvements.
 2381      MO   Reconstruct Highway 60 and Highway 65         $2,000,000
                 Interchange..............................
 2382        CO I-70, Havana, Yosemite Street Interchange     $1,500,000
                 Reconstruction Project, Denver...........
 2383        CO Reconstruct C 470-US 85 Interchange.......    $4,000,000
 2384      VA   Reconstruction of the entranceway to          $1,000,000
                 Montpelier on Orange County, Virginia....
 2385      TN   construct and widen underpass at                $494,300
                 intersection of Boydstation, Harvey, and
                 McFee Roads, Knox County, TN.............
 2386      GA   Extend sidewalks, upgrade landscaping in        $500,000
                 downtown Hawkinsville....................
 2387      OH   Conduct Sarah St along SR 18 and 101          $2,600,000
                 enhancement project to calm traffic in
                 the City of Tiffin.......................
 2388      LA   Improvements to Zachary Taylor Parkway....    $2,000,000
 2389        CA Las Tunas Drive Pedestrian Enhancement,         $150,000
                 San Gabriel..............................
 2390      OH   Reconstruction, widening, and bicycle         $3,000,000
                 improvements to Pettibone Road in the
                 City of Solon, OH........................
 2391      NH   Replacement of Ash Street and Pillsbury       $1,900,000
                 Road Bridge..............................
 2392      PA   Swamp Road Corridor Safety and Roadway        $3,000,000
                 Improvements, Bucks County...............
 2393      FL   Construct St. Augustine to Palatka Rail       $2,900,000
                 Trail, Florida...........................
 2394      IL   Construction of a traffic circle to reduce    $2,000,000
                 traffic congestion, Museum Campus Chicago
 2395      AL   Pedestrian Improvements for Gardendale, AL      $500,000
 2396      PA   Extension of Second Street from Race to       $1,100,000
                 the intersection of Lehigh and Poplar
                 Street in the Borough of Catasauqua......
 2397      NE   Cuming Street Transportation Improvement      $4,500,000
                 Project, Omaha, Nebraska.................
 2398      TN   Construct State Route 1 (US-70) to a four    $11,500,000
                 lane divided highway on new alignment
                 from Centertown to McMinnville in Warren
                 County...................................
 2399        CA Improve access to I-80 at Eureka Road         $2,000,000
                 Interchange..............................
 2400      LA   Expand existing South Central Planning and    $1,800,000
                 Development Commission Intelligent
                 Transportation System program in Houma-
                 Thibodaux area by installing signals,
                 sensors and systems......................
 2401      IL   Install traffic control devices on traffic      $240,000
                 signals in Village of Oak Lawn...........
 2402        CA Interstate 15, California Oaks Road           $2,000,000
                 Interchange Project......................
 2403      TX   Choate Road overpass to eliminate at-grade    $9,800,000
                 intersection between Choate Rd and SH146.
 2404      OH   Construction of I-75 Austin Road              $7,500,000
                 Interchange, Montgomery County, Ohio.....
 2405        CA Acquire lands for mitigation adjacent to        $500,000
                 US 101 as part of Southern Santa Clara
                 County Wildlife Corridor Protection and
                 Scenic Enhancement Project...............
 2406      TX   Construct US Business 287 through the         $8,000,000
                 Trinity Uptown Project from 7th St. NE to
                 11th St. NE in Fort Worth................
 2407      KS   Construct K-10 and Lone Elm Road              $5,000,000
                 interchange, Lenexa......................
 2408      OH   Construct connector road between SR 79 and    $5,000,000
                 Thornwood Drive in Licking County........
 2409      NH   Construct Pedestrian, Bicycle bridge in         $800,000
                 Keene....................................
 2410      FL   Coral Way, SR 972 Highway Beautification,     $1,500,000
                 Phase One, Miami, Florida................
 2411      TN   Develop historic preservation                   $135,000
                 transportation enhancement project,
                 Sumner Co. and surrounding counties......
 2412      NY   Develop terminal facilities for water taxi    $5,000,000
                 projects in New York City................
 2413      WI   Expand USH 151 between Dickeyville and        $2,000,000
                 Belmont..................................
 2414      NY   Improve bicycle and pedestrian safety, NY       $300,000
                 25, Jamesport............................
 2415      PA   PA Route 183 widening and ramp                $2,000,000
                 enhancement, Bern Township...............
 2416      IN   Reconstruct Hoosier Heartland Highway,        $1,000,000
                 Wabash, Huntington and Miami County
                 Indiana segments.........................
 2417      GA   Replace sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and        $500,000
                 install landscaping, Soperton............
 2418      LA   Lafayette, LA Implementation of              $11,000,000
                 Intelligent Transportation System........
 2419      NY   Conduct improvements to I87--Exit 18          $2,500,000
                 Interchange..............................
 2420      IL   To construct an extension of US-51 from .9    $2,000,000
                 miles south of Moweaqua to 4.6 miles
                 south of Moweaqua........................
 2421      IL   Upgrade roads, The Village of Hillside....    $1,000,000
 2422      MS   Upgrade safety devices at Front Street           $50,000
                 rail crossing, Ellisville................
 2423        CO US 287--Ports-to-Plains Corridor in           $6,000,000
                 Colorado.................................
 2424      OH   Deconstruct the Bellaire Highway Bridge       $1,700,000
                 which connects Bellaire, Ohio and
                 Benwood, WV..............................
 2425      VA   Construct I-95 Interchange at Temple Ave,     $2,000,000
                 Colonial Heights.........................
 2426      KS   Route designation, environmental              $4,000,000
                 clearance, final design and right-of-way
                 acquisition for Crawford County, KS
                 corridor of U.S. Highway 69..............
 2427        CA US-395 Realignment and Widening Project...      $500,000
 2428      IL   To connect about a two-mile segment           $2,000,000
                 through Collinsville at two or three
                 lanes....................................
 2429      IL   Construct Parking Facility and pedestrian       $200,000
                 walkways at 94th an S. Oak Park Ave, Oak
                 Lawn.....................................
 2430      UT   I-15 Freeway Reconstruction--Springville      $4,500,000
                 200 South Interchange....................
 2431      MA   Washington St. from High St. to Water St.,    $2,000,000
                 Walpole..................................
 2432      VA   White's Mill Trail and Renovation--design       $500,000
                 and construction of recreational trail
                 and preservation of watermill for use as
                 visitors center..........................
 2433        CA Implement San Francisco Street                $8,000,000
                 Improvements Program.....................
 2434      MA   Design, engineering and construction of       $1,000,000
                 Methuen Rotary alternative at I-93 and
                 Routes 110 and 113, Methuen..............
 2435      IL   Improve Mill Street, Rock Island..........      $500,000
 2436      PA   For the Nanticoke City Redevelopment          $7,000,000
                 Authority to design, acquire land, and
                 construct a parking garage, streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting and safety
                 improvements, and roadway redesign in
                 Nanticoke................................
 2437      MI   Widen and reconstruct Walton Boulevard        $5,000,000
                 Bridge in Auburn Hills between Opdyke and
                 Squirrel Road............................
 2438      OR   Widen Delaura Beach Lane and add a bike         $150,000
                 lane both directions, Warrenton..........
 2439      MA   Design and construct the 3  mile long           $700,000
                 Grand Trunk Trail bikeway from Sturbridge
                 to Southbridge...........................
 2440      TN   Develop trails, bike paths and                  $250,000
                 recreational facilities on the Crest of
                 Black Mountain, Cumberland County for
                 Cumberland Trail State Park..............
 2441      NY   Study and Improve Traffic Flow Improvement    $3,000,000
                 at Atlantic Yard/ NETS Arena Development.
 2442      MD   Upgrade and widen MD 237 from Pegg Road to   $15,000,000
                 MD 235...................................
 2443      PA   Main Street improvements from Broad Street      $800,000
                 to Richardson Avenue and Main Street to
                 Madison Avenue, Borough of Lansdale......
 2444        CA Widen Highway 101 in Marin and Sonoma        $15,000,000
                 Counties from Hwy 37 in Novato to Old
                 Redwood Highway in Petaluma..............
 2445      NY   Road and pedestrian safety improvements       $1,400,000
                 Main Street, Village of Patchogue........
 2446      UT   Widen Highway 92 from Lehi to Highland....    $5,500,000
 2447      AZ   Widen I-10 to 3 lanes in each direction       $1,700,000
                 north of Tucson from Marana Interchange
                 to Cortato Interchange...................
 2448        CA Widen I-238 between I-580 & I-880 in          $1,000,000
                 Alameda County...........................
 2449      VA   Widen I-66 westbound inside the Capital       $7,000,000
                 Beltway from the Rosslyn Tunnel to the
                 Dulles Connector Road....................
 2450       NC  Construction of I-74 between I-40 and US      $5,000,000
                 220, High Point, North Carolina..........
 2451      MD   Widen I-695, Baltimore Beltway, Southwest.    $4,400,000
 2452      GA   Replace sidewalks, upgrade lighting in          $500,000
                 downtown Vidalia.........................
 2453      MN   Construct bicycle and pedestrian trails in      $700,000
                 Cuyuna Recreation Area...................
 2454      HI   Construct Kapaa Bypass....................    $3,000,000
 2455      FL   Temple Terrace Highway Modification.......    $2,000,000
 2456      TN   Widen Interstate 240 from Poplar Avenue       $1,000,000
                 (SR-57) to near Walnut Grove Road (SR-23)
                 East of Memphis, Shelby County...........
 2457      IL   For the Village of Woodridge to resurface       $108,000
                 Internationale Parkway...................
 2458      OR   I-5 Trade Corridor, Portland Oregon to        $6,000,000
                 Vancouver, Washington segment............
 2459      GA   Streetscape, Pedestrian Improvements in       $5,000,000
                 City Center, City of Clarkston...........
 2460      KY   Widen KY 1991 from Maysville Road to          $1,250,000
                 Midland Trail Industrial Park, Montgomery
                 County...................................
 2461       NC  Construct new Route from Beach Drive (SR      $4,000,000
                 1104) to NC 211 in Brunswick County......
 2462      NJ   International Trade and Logistics Center      $1,500,000
                 Roadway Improvements at Exit 12 of the
                 New Jersey Turnpike, Carteret............
 2463      IL   Interstate 41 and Route 176 Interchange       $1,010,000
                 replacement..............................
 2464      MA   Northern Avenue Bridge rehabilitation,        $3,000,000
                 Boston...................................
 2465      AK   Planning, design, and construction of Knik  $200,000,000
                 Arm Bridge...............................
 2466      IN   North Calumet Avenue Improvements,            $1,200,000
                 Valparaiso...............................
 2467      OR   I-205-Highway 213 interchange improvements    $1,000,000
 2468      TN   Improving Vehicle Efficiencies at highway        $57,000
                 At-Grade Railroad Crossing in Loudon, TN.
 2469      AZ   Design, right-of-way acquisition, and         $4,000,000
                 construction I 10 Collector Distributor
                 Roadway from 40th Street to Baseline
                 Maricopa County, Arizona.................
 2470      LA   Improvements to LA 42 in Ascension Parish;   $10,000,000
                 and LA 73 improvements in Ascension
                 Parish...................................
 2471      MN   Construct Paul Bunyan trail from                $775,000
                 Mississippi River Bridge Trail to Crow
                 Wing State Park..........................
 2472      MN   Construct Mesabi Trail from Grand Rapids      $2,700,000
                 to City of Ely...........................
 2473      GA   Install sidewalks on Highway 23 from Dykes      $300,000
                 Street to Sarah Street, Cochran..........
 2474      AK   Kodiak, AK Construction of AMHW ferry         $7,500,000
                 terminal and approach....................
 2475      OK   Reconstruction of SH 66 from Craig and        $1,000,000
                 Rogers Counties to SH 66 and US 60
                 intersection.............................
 2476        CA Enhance pedestrian environment and            $2,000,000
                 increase safety along Olympic Blvd
                 between Vermont and Western Avenues, Los
                 Angeles..................................
 2477      NY   Enhancement of the Michigan Avenue            $2,000,000
                 Corridor, Buffalo........................
 2478      NJ   Kapkowski Road Area Improvements in           $5,700,000
                 Elizabeth................................
 2479        CA Construct landscape medians along Skyline     $1,000,000
                 Drive from Sears Avenue to 58th Street,
                 San Diego................................
 2480      NY   Jamaica Air Train Station Area                $5,000,000
                 Infrastructure Improvements..............
 2481      MO   Construct Highway 465 to Highway 376 south    $6,000,000
                 from HWY 76 to HWY 376...................
 2482      WA   New Country Road on Whidbey Island........    $1,200,000
 2483      NM   Chaco Wash Bridge and Road Improvements on    $2,000,000
                 Navajo Route 46..........................
 2484        CA Reconstruct Interstate 880-Route 92           $1,750,000
                 interchange in Hayward...................
 2485      MA   Relocate Rt. 79 in Fall River to create 4-    $5,000,000
                 lane urban boulevard with landscaped
                 median and developable waterfront........
 2486      IL   Road extension for Highway 22 in Macon          $668,000
                 COunty, IL...............................
 2487      NY   Portageville Bridge--purchase existing        $1,500,000
                 bridge to convert to pedestrian bridge...
 2488      PA   Rt. 422 complete preliminary engineering      $3,000,000
                 and four lane expansion from Ebensburg to
                 Kittanning...............................
 2489        CA Upgrade essential road arterials,             $2,000,000
                 connectors, bridges and other road
                 infrastructure improvements in the Town
                 of Desert Hot Springs, CA................
 2490      KY   Construct the Heartland Parkway in Adair      $1,200,000
                 County...................................
 2491      NV   Horse-US-95 Interchange Project...........    $6,000,000
 2492        CT Make Improvements to Plainfield Moosup          $300,000
                 Pond Road................................
 2493      FL   Construction design ROW US 27 from SR 540    $10,000,000
                 to SR 544 & from I-4 to US 192 in Polk
                 County, FL...............................
 2494      IA   Construction of approaches and viaduct on     $1,600,000
                 Edgewood Rd SW over the UP Railroad,
                 Prairie Creek, and the CRANDIC railroad..
 2495      NJ   Construct Hackensack River Walkway in         $2,000,000
                 Bergen County............................
 2496      TX   Hwy 80/123 Overpass at Hwy 181 in Karnes        $300,000
                 County...................................
 2497      NM   Improvements to U.S. Highway 87 from          $2,000,000
                 Clayton, NM to Raton, NM.................
 2498      VA   Route 11 Interchange improvements in          $1,000,000
                 Lexington, Virginia......................
 2499        CA Improvements to Ben Maddox Way Bridge.....    $2,000,000
 2500      WA   SR 18 Widening, Maple Valley to I-90......    $7,500,000
 2501      NY   City of Beacon construction of pedestrian       $315,000
                 & Bicycle trail..........................
 2502      TX   FM 544, widen 2-lane roadway to 6-lane        $2,000,000
                 roadway from SH 121 to Dozier-Parker Road
 2503      TX   Construct an alternate truck route to           $500,000
                 Interstate 35 in Buda....................
 2504      NY   Improvements on the Cross Island Bridge       $4,220,000
                 Overpass / 212th Street and vicinity,
                 Queens...................................
 2505      MI   Novi, Reconstruct Grand River between Novi    $1,000,000
                 and Haggerty.............................
 2506      SD   Resurface US Hwy 18 from Lake Andes to US     $1,200,000
                 Hwy 50 on Yankton Sioux Reservation......
 2507      PR   To revitalize Old San Juan Historic           $3,000,000
                 District streets.........................
 2508      WY   U.S. 85 Passing Lanes.....................    $2,000,000
 2509      MA   Construct Blackstone River Bikeway and        $2,000,000
                 Worcester Bikeway Pavilion between
                 Providence, RI and Worcester.............
 2510      NY   Little Falls Access: Repair and                 $240,000
                 reconstruct High School and Lower School
                 Road.....................................
 2511      FL   Replace Columbus Drive Bridge.............    $4,000,000
 2512      AS   Village road improvements for Sua and         $2,600,000
                 Vaifanua counties in the Eastern district
 2513      MI   Construction of two railroad-highway grade    $2,300,000
                 separations on Farm Lane north of Mount
                 Hope Road................................
 2514        CA Widen Atlantic Bl bridge over the Los         $1,000,000
                 Angeles River in Vernon..................
 2515        CA Widen Bundy Drive between Wilshire and        $4,250,000
                 Santa Monica Boulevards in the City of
                 Los Angeles..............................
 2516      AL   To provide four lanes on US-80, Perry        $14,000,000
                 County, Marengo County, and Sumter County
 2517        CA Widen Maine Avenue in Baldwin Park........      $375,000
 2518      NM   Ease traffic congestion and improve           $2,000,000
                 intersection safety by identifying
                 alternative alignment to US 84/285 and NM
                 68 through Espanola......................
 2519      MS   Widen MS Hwy 19 between Philadelphia and     $10,000,000
                 Collinsville, MS.........................
 2520      NY   Construct the Fire Island ferry terminal      $2,000,000
                 facility, Patchogue......................
 2521      IL   IL 8 from East Peoria to Washington, IL...      $952,570
 2522      NJ   Preliminary engineering for missing           $1,500,000
                 connections of NJ 23 and I-80............
 2523      ME   Penobscot Riverfront Development for          $2,000,000
                 bicycle trails, amenities, and traffic
                 circulation improvements, Bangor and
                 Brewer...................................
 2524      IL   Restoration and reconstruction of the         $1,200,000
                 central business district street.
                 Cambridge, IL............................
 2525       NC  Widen NC 150 from Cherryville to              $1,000,000
                 Lincolnton...............................
 2526      NY   Second phase of the Grand Concourse          $10,000,000
                 improvements from East 166th St. to East
                 171st St.................................
 2527      VT   U.S. Route 7 and U.S. Route 4 road            $3,560,000
                 improvements for the City of Rutland.....
 2528      IL   Improve 63rd Street, Chicago..............    $2,000,000
 2529      MI   Alcona County, Reconstruction of Ritchie        $813,000
                 Road from Village of Lincoln to Hubbard
                 Lake road................................
 2530       SC  Construct roadway btwn I-26 and US 1 in       $2,000,000
                 Lexington County. Intermodal connector
                 from US 1 to I-26 and I-77. SC 302 and SC
                 602 improvements.........................
 2531      OR   Agness Road, Curry County.................    $2,000,000
 2532      NY   Rehabilitation of Sharon Drive in the Town      $325,000
                 of Poughkeepsie..........................
 2533      TX   Conduct study of I-10 and U.S. 190 with a       $200,000
                 focus on congestion relief and the need
                 for a military & emergency relief
                 transportation corridor..................
 2534      MD   MD 85 at I270.............................    $5,000,000
 2535      GA   SR 36 passing lanes north of Jackson to       $3,050,000
                 Newton County line, Butts County, Georgia
 2536      VA   I-66 and Route 29 Gainesville Interchange     $9,000,000
                 Project..................................
 2537      NY   Construct and extend existing pedestrian      $1,000,000
                 streetscape areas in Lynbrook............
 2538        CA Construct traffic intersection island           $200,000
                 improvements on North side of Olympic
                 Blvd where Irolo St. and Normandie Ave.
                 split in Koreatown, Los Angeles..........
 2539      WA   Improvements in the SR 9 corridor in          $1,500,000
                 Snohomish County.........................
 2540      PA   Replace a highway railcrossing in Osborne     $2,150,000
                 Borough, PA..............................
 2541      AL   Pedestrian Improvements for Centerpoint,        $500,000
                 AL.......................................
 2542        CA Replace twin 2 lane bridge with single 4        $500,000
                 lane bridge on SR 138 over Big Rock Wash.
 2543        CA State Route 86S and Ave 50 highway safety     $1,000,000
                 grade separation.........................
 2544      TX   Construct Fredericksburg Road-Medical         $3,800,000
                 Drive grade separation in San Antonio....
 2545      PA   For design, engineering, ROW acquisition,       $500,000
                 & construction of a connector road
                 between the Valmont Industrial Park &
                 Pennsylvania Rt. 924 at Cranberry Creek..
 2546      AR   Interstates 30/440/530 Interchanges--for      $1,500,000
                 interchange improvements, Little Rock....
 2547      NJ   Rehabilitation of Benigno Boulevard from I-     $400,000
                 295 to Route 168 in Bellmawr.............
 2548      PA   Preconstruction studies for improvement to    $1,000,000
                 US 22 from Irving Street to Mickley Road.
 2549      IL   Establish transportation museum on Navy         $540,000
                 Pier, Chicago............................
 2550      WA   Continuing construction of I 90, Spokane      $3,300,000
                 to Idaho State Line......................
 2551      VA   Improve transportation infrastructure for       $531,900
                 visitors to Jamestown 2007...............
 2552      AR   Highway 67: Kiehl Avenue--Vandenberg          $3,700,000
                 Boulevard: rehabilitating and widening
                 Highway 67 from four to six lanes from
                 Kiehl Ave. to Vandenberg Blvd............
 2553      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 including in the vicinity of PS X81......
 2554      GA   Memorial Drive Corridor...................    $2,000,000
 2555      VA   Route 11 improvements in Maurertown,          $1,000,000
                 Virginia.................................
 2556      PA   Street improvements, Whitemarsh Township..    $1,500,000
 2557      VT   Construction of the Lamoille Valley Rail      $7,268,486
                 Trail for the Vermont Association of Snow
                 Travelers................................
 2558        CO I-76: Colorados Northeast Gateway.........    $6,000,000
 2559      VA   Construct Maersk Terminal interchange in      $2,000,000
                 Portsmouth...............................
 2560      GA   I-75 Welcom Project.......................      $250,000
 2561      PA   Improve handicapped accessibility and         $3,000,000
                 provide pedestrian overpass in Villanova.
 2562      NY   Install Two Permanent Variable Message          $500,000
                 Signs (VMS) on Belt Parkway..............
 2563      MI   Re-surfacing Sebewaing Road in Huron            $416,000
                 County...................................
 2564      IN   Complete construction of paths at Hamilton      $375,000
                 County Riverwalk, Noblesville, Indiana...
 2565      NY   Study and Implement Traffic and Pedestrian      $500,000
                 Safety Enhancements to Gerritsen Beach,
                 Brooklyn.................................
 2566      PA   Upgrade circuit for gates and lights at         $275,000
                 Sixth Street in Emmaus, PA USDOT crossing
                 number 592402P to constant warning time
                 devices..................................
 2567      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and                $200,000
                 pedestrian trail, Eagleville.............
 2568      NY   Improvements for pedestrian and vehicular       $600,000
                 access to Baychester Avenue and Bartow
                 Avenue...................................
 2569      GA   SR 400 reconstruction from I 285 to           $1,000,000
                 McFarland Road, Fulton and Forsyth
                 Counties.................................
 2570      MI   Construct pedestrian and bicycle pathway         $80,000
                 at Chippewa Landing River Park in the
                 Village of Caro..........................
 2571      GA   Upgrade sidewalks, replace street lights,       $500,000
                 and landscaping, Metter..................
 2572      AR   Highway 412: Baxter Co. to Ash Flat.......    $2,000,000
 2573      NY   Town of North Salem improvements and            $200,000
                 repaving to Hawley Road..................
 2574      IA   US 20 Mississippi River Bridge and           $25,000,000
                 approaches, Dubuque Co, IA...............
 2575      NY   Construct access road and exit lanes for      $2,500,000
                 Center for Advanced Medicine: North Shore
                 LIJ Health System........................
 2576      NY   Improve key intersections and highway           $750,000
                 segments along Rt. 32 between Route 17-6-
                 NYS Thruway interchange in Harriman and
                 Highland Mills...........................
 2577        CA Widen I-5 to 10 Lanes and Improve Corridor    $5,200,000
                 Arterials, SR 91 to I-710................
 2578      IL   For the construction of the Grand Avenue      $1,160,000
                 Underpass, Village of Franklin Park......
 2579      NY   Rehabilitation of North and South Ridge       $2,160,000
                 Street and Wappanocca Avenue in the
                 Village of Rye Brook and City of Rye.....
 2580      NY   NYSDOT Route 55 construction over Fishkill    $1,500,000
                 Creek and left turn lane construction....
 2581      AL   Alabama Hwy 36 Extension and Widening-        $1,000,000
                 Phase II.................................
 2582      OH   Construct Eagle Avenue Viaduct-Demolition       $500,000
                 bridge, realignment of roadway to replace
                 bridge and reconstruction of two other
                 bridges, Cleveland.......................
 2583      NV   Construct US 93 Corridor -Boulder City....   $10,000,000
 2584      NY   Reconstruction of NYS 5, 8, 12. Viaduct       $1,000,000
                 and Rt 5A and 5S: City of Utica..........
 2585        CT Street and streetscape improvements along     $1,500,000
                 Campbell Ave., West Haven................
 2586      MA   Reconstruct North Washington Street Bridge    $6,000,000
                 to connect Boston and Charlestown........
 2587      MS   Upgrade roads in Fayette (U.S. Hwy 61 and       $400,000
                 33), Jefferson County....................
 2588      MN   Heritage Center at the Grand Portage          $1,400,000
                 National Monument........................
 2589      NY   Redesign and reconstruction of the Putnam       $650,000
                 Rail-Trail, Bronx........................
 2590      OR   Highway 34/Corvallis Bypass Intersection..    $2,100,000
 2591        CA Install traffic signal on Balboa Blvd. at       $120,000
                 Knollwood Shopping Center................
 2592      MA   Chelsea Street Bridge Reconstruction......   $10,000,000
 2593      AL   Pedestrian Improvements for Northport, AL.      $200,000
 2594      NV   Construct widening of US50A from Fernley      $5,000,000
                 to Leeteville Junction...................
 2595      WA   Rebuild & widen Cemetery Road bridge over       $200,000
                 US Bureau of Reclamation canal near
                 Othello, WA..............................
 2596      FL   Roadway construction of SW 62--SW 24          $2,000,000
                 Avenue in Gainesville....................
 2597      WA   SR 2/Kelsey Street Intersection               $1,040,000
                 Improvements in Monroe...................
 2598      NY   Town of Southeast construction and              $300,000
                 repaving of town roads...................
 2599      MI   Reconstruct Third Ave. from Saginaw St. to    $3,000,000
                 Flint River, City of Flint...............
 2600      PA   Upgrade circuit for gates and lights at         $275,000
                 31st Street in Allentown, PA USDOT
                 crossing number 592410G to constant
                 warning time devices.....................
 2601      NV   Construct US 95 Widening from Rainbow Blvd    $8,000,000
                 to Kyle Canyon...........................
 2602      IN   Improve campus streets to increase            $2,000,000
                 pedestrian safety and ease vehicular
                 congestion in the City of Anderson,
                 Indiana..................................
 2603      PA   Schaefferstown Bypass, PA Route 501,          $2,000,000
                 Lebanon..................................
 2604      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Dupont Borough, Luzerne County........
 2605      GA   Intersection improvement at Lake Dow Road       $600,000
                 and SR 81 Harris Dr at SR 42.............
 2606        CA Replace South Access to the Golden Gate      $10,000,000
                 Bridge--Doyle Drive......................
 2607      IL   Resurface Yellow Banks Road, Franklin           $400,000
                 County...................................
 2608      AL   CR 52 from US 31 (Pelham) and continuation   $10,000,000
                 of CR 52 in Jefferson County, known as
                 Morgan Road, to I-459, including proposed
                 Highway 261 bypass around old town Helena
 2609      IL   Intersection Reconstruction at US 12-IL 31-     $900,000
                 Tryon Grove Road.........................
 2610      NY   Streetscape of Herald and Greeley Squares       $500,000
                 in New York City.........................
 2611      NJ   Construct Cape May and Supawna Meadows          $750,000
                 National Wildlife Refuges Roadway and
                 Parking Improvements.....................
 2612      TX   Del Rio-Laughlin Air Force Base Relief       $16,000,000
                 Route....................................
 2613       NC  Study feasibility of widening US 221-NC       $3,500,000
                 226 from Woodlawn to Spruce Pine, start
                 planning and design, and make upgrades to
                 improve safety...........................
 2614      NY   Transportation improvements to the Far        $2,400,000
                 Rockaway Business District, Queens, New
                 York.....................................
 2615      VI   Upgrade West-East Corridor through            $8,000,000
                 Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas.............
 2616      NH   Hampton Bridge Rehabilitation -Hampton, NH    $1,500,000
 2617        CA Gale Avenue widening between Fullerton          $100,000
                 Road and Nogales Street, and Nogales
                 Street widening at Gale Avenue...........
 2618        CA Grade Separation at Cesar Chavez Parkway        $500,000
                 and Harbor Drive, San Diego..............
 2619      MO   Improve access to I-55 at River Des Peres.   $10,000,000
 2620      PA   PA Route 61 enhancements, Schuylkill Haven   $10,000,000
 2621      MO   Kansas City SmartPort ITS for highways....    $5,000,000
 2622      PA   City of Philadelphia in conjunction with      $4,000,000
                 American Cities Foundation for
                 neighborhood transportation enhancement
                 and pedestrian safety projects...........
 2623      DE   Reconstructing I-95/SR-1 interchange,         $5,500,000
                 adding a fifth lane, and replacing toll
                 plaza on Delaware's portion of I-95
                 corridor.................................
 2624      OH   Study possible road upgrades in Tuscarawas      $100,000
                 County due to flood issues based on dams
                 in Muskingum Watershed District..........
 2625      OR   Sunrise Corridor, Clackamas County........    $4,000,000
 2626        CA Construct Cabot-Camino Capistrano Bridge        $838,690
                 Project and related roadway improvements
                 in Cities of Mission Viejo and Laguna
                 Niguel, California.......................
 2627      TX   Construction of mainlanes and interchanges   $16,000,000
                 on SH 121 from Hillcrest to US 75........
 2628      WA   Enumclaw, WA Welcome Center...............    $1,500,000
 2629      PA   Upgrade narrow existing roads, Plank,         $1,000,000
                 Otts, Meyers, Seitz Roads, along 1 mile
                 corridor to 2 lane road with shoulders,
                 improve intersections....................
 2630      GA   Widen Old Petersburg Road-Old Evans Road      $4,000,000
                 from Baston Road to Washington Road,
                 Columbia County, Georgia.................
 2631        CA Widen Peyton Dr. from Grand Ave. to Chino     $7,036,110
                 Hills Pky., construct Eucalyptus Ave.
                 from Peyton Dr. to Galloping Hills,
                 improve English Channel..................
 2632      TX   New construction for the SH 349 Reliever      $2,500,000
                 Route beginning at the SH 191
                 intersection in Midland..................
 2633      PA   Widen Route 22 between Export and Delmont.    $1,450,000
 2634        CA Construction of a traffic signal at the         $125,000
                 intersection of Hamlin St. and Corbin Ave
 2635      NY   Design/Environmental work on the Inner        $2,400,000
                 Loop from Clinton Avenue to East Main
                 Street, Rochester........................
 2636      MO   I-35 access modification planning, city of    $1,500,000
                 Kearney..................................
 2637      PR   Construction of community bridge at Los         $425,000
                 Olvidados Sector, Quebrada Arenas
                 Community................................
 2638      MN   North-South Corridor with Railroad            $1,500,000
                 Overpass, City of Staples................
 2639        CA Port of Hueneme Intermodal Access             $4,700,000
                 Improvement Project, including grade
                 separation at Rice Avenue and State Route
                 34; widen Hueneme Road...................
 2640        CA Reconstruct and deep-lift asphalt on          $6,000,000
                 various roads throughout the district in
                 Ventura County...........................
 2641      GA   Upgrade sidewalks, parking, street              $500,000
                 lighting, and landscaping, Claxton.......
 2642      MS   Upgrade roads in Itta Bena (U.S. Hwy 82       $1,500,000
                 and 7) and in vicinity of Viking Range
                 Corp. (U.S. Hwy 7 and 49) , Leflore
                 County...................................
 2643      VA   Widen Route 262 in Augusta County.........    $1,000,000
 2644        CA Forest Highway 171 Upper Skyway               $7,250,000
                 Improvement..............................
 2645      NV   Rehabilitate Lake Mead Parkway............    $3,000,000
 2646      IL   Construct Bridge Overpass, DuSable Museum-    $1,000,000
                 Chicago..................................
 2647      WA   Expand size and improve safety Lewis and        $146,000
                 Clark Discovery Trailhead and Scenic
                 Overlook.................................
 2648      PA   Construction of access improvement at the       $650,000
                 I79 SR 228 interchange in vicinity of
                 Cranberry Town Center....................
 2649      PA   Development of bicycle and pedestrian        $10,000,000
                 trails and access links along North
                 Delaware Riverfront......................
 2650      OH   Highway--railroad grade separation over         $300,000
                 the Norfolk Southern Rail Line for the
                 Hines Hill Road--Milford Connector
                 project in Hudson, Ohio..................
 2651        CA Construct crosswalk bump-outs and related       $400,000
                 streetscape improvements on Temple St
                 between Hoover St and Glendale Blvd, Los
                 Angeles..................................
 2652       NC  Improve SR 1923 from US 70 Business to US     $5,000,000
                 301 Smithfield...........................
 2653      MA   Improvements to Mass. Ave, Andover Street,    $1,000,000
                 Osgood Street, Salem Street, and Johnson
                 Street in the Old Town Center of North
                 Andover..................................
 2654      KY   Reconstruct US 127 at US 127 South, Mercer      $600,000
                 County...................................
 2655        CA Construct truck lane from Britannia Blvd.     $4,000,000
                 to the Otay Mesa Port of Entry, San Diego
                 County...................................
 2656      PA   Beford, Pa Relocation of Old Route 220 and    $9,750,000
                 Sweet Road. Complete preliminary
                 engineering,purchase right-of-way,
                 construction.............................
 2657      GA   Design and construction of 2.2 miles of         $200,000
                 multi-use trail in the City of Douglas,
                 Georgia..................................
 2658      IL   Entry Road to SIU Research Park...........    $1,636,000
 2659      NY   Kingston, Construct pedestrian waterfront     $1,600,000
                 walkway..................................
 2660      MN   Reconstruct TH 61 north of Split Rock         $5,280,000
                 River to Chapins Curve, bridges number
                 8285 and 8286, Lake County...............
 2661      KS   Replacement of US-169 bridge in Kansas        $8,500,000
                 City.....................................
 2662      PA   Route 313 Turning Lanes and Truck Climbing    $2,000,000
                 Lanes, Bucks County......................
 2663        CA Purchase of Rosemead Blvd ROW, Temple City    $1,000,000
 2664      NJ   Reconfiguration of Bay Avenue and Polaris     $8,000,000
                 Street in Newark, NJ.....................
 2665      MI   Reconstruct highway under a railroad          $1,000,000
                 bridge, Wyoming Ave. from Eagle Pass to
                 Michigan Avenue, Wayne County............
 2666      OK   Construct vehicular bridge over the           $1,000,000
                 Burlington Northern RR at War Bonnet
                 Crossing, Mannford, OK...................
 2667      UT   Construction and Rehabilitation of 13th       $7,000,000
                 East in Sandy City.......................
 2668      VA   Construct 3.6 miles of Interstate 73 near     $2,600,000
                 Martinsville.............................
 2669      WA   Maple Valley SR 169 and SR 516                $1,000,000
                 improvements.............................
 2670      FL   Construct access road to entrances to Opa-    $2,000,000
                 Locka Airport at Opa-Locka Airport at
                 N.W. 135th Street and N.W. 47th Avenue,
                 including improvements to N.W. 47th
                 Avenue with median strip, City of Opa-
                 Locka....................................
 2671      UT   Expand Redhills Parkway from 2 to 5 lanes     $8,000,000
                 and improve alignment within rights-of-
                 way in St. George........................
 2672      OH   Bethlehem Township, Ohio. Riverland Avenue    $1,300,000
                 Bridge Replacement.......................
 2673      MD   MD 295, BWI Access Improvements...........    $4,740,000
 2674      OR   Connect Boeckman Road to Tooze Road,          $1,000,000
                 Wilsonville..............................
 2675      LA   Construct I-20 interchanges at US 167 and     $5,000,000
                 Tarbutton Rd. Construct East West
                 frontage roads along I-20................
 2676      TX   FM 937 from SH 164 to FM 3371, Limestone      $2,000,000
                 Co.......................................
 2677      MO   Construct additional exit ramp access lane    $4,820,000
                 from I-44 to Kingshighway and enhance
                 Shaw Ave. corridor.......................
 2678      IN   Construdtion of I 64 Interchange, Harrison    $5,310,000
                 County, Indiana..........................
 2679      OH   Bridge Replacement at SR 84 and I-90 on         $500,000
                 Bishop Road in Willougby Hills, OH.......
 2680      TN   Continue Shelby Avenue--Demonbreun Street     $6,500,000
                 project in Nashville.....................
 2681      WI   Construct a bicycle/pedestrian path from      $2,000,000
                 Waunakee to Westport.....................
 2682        CT Construct bike and pedestrian paths along       $100,000
                 Salem Greenway -Salem, CT................
 2683      TX   Construct I-635/35E Interchange in Dallas,    $5,500,000
                 TX.......................................
 2684        CA Hwy 199 Narrow Enhancement to reduce          $2,000,000
                 active slides that cause significant road
                 closures on primary connecting route from
                 US 101 to I-5............................
 2685      MD   Construction of New Interchange at MD5,      $15,000,000
                 MD373, and Brandywine Road...............
 2686      GA   I-20 West from SR 5 Bill Arp to SR 6--HOV     $7,250,000
                 Lanes....................................
 2687      PA   Install and construct signals, calming          $450,000
                 devices and signs in Mechanicsburg and
                 surrounding municipalities...............
 2688      FL   44th St. Extension to Golfair Blvd,           $1,500,000
                 Jacksonville.............................
 2689      NJ   Passaic River-Newark Bay Restoration and      $1,000,000
                 Pollution Abatement Project, Route 21,
                 River Road, CR 510.......................
 2690        CA San Gabriel Blvd and Mission Road               $200,000
                 Intersection Improvements, San Gabriel...
 2691      NY   Rehabilitate 125th Street Corridor from       $2,000,000
                 Old Broadway to Marginal Street/
                 Waterfront...............................
 2692      MI   Repair M-10 corridor from I-696 to            $1,000,000
                 downtown Detroit.........................
 2693      FL   Capital Circle Northwest, Tallahassee.....   $10,000,000
 2694      TN   Installation of Intelligent Transportation    $2,000,000
                 System on various major routes in Memphis
 2695      MI   Planning and Engineering for The American     $1,500,000
                 Road, The Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn....
 2696      TX   Reconstruct Ella/Wheatley from Little York    $1,250,000
                 to West Gulf Bank........................
 2697      NY   Implement Improvements for Pedestrian         $1,000,000
                 Safety in Richmond County................
 2698      FL   Palm Bay Parkway from Emerson Drive to US     $1,000,000
                 192, Palm Bay, FL........................
 2699        CA Construct the Los Angeles River bicycle         $575,000
                 and pedestrian path in the San Fernando
                 Valley...................................
 2700      TX   Construct Santa Fe Trail DART LR overpass     $2,400,000
                 from Hill St. to Commerce St. along
                 abandoned Santa Fe Rail right of way in
                 Dallas...................................
 2701        CA Construct Route 101 bicycle/pedestrian        $1,000,000
                 overpass at Millbrae Ave for the San
                 Francisco Bay Trail......................
 2702      GU   Guam Mass Transit Authority Acquisition of      $400,000
                 transit vehicles for disabled persons....
 2703      LA   New Iberia Rail Grade Separation..........    $2,000,000
 2704      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Ashley Borough, Luzerne County........
 2705      MN   Reconstruct Grand Avenue (from Central Ave      $750,000
                 to 59 Ave W), Central Ave (from Grand Ave
                 to I-35) and Bristol Street (from Central
                 Ave to Grand Ave), Duluth................
 2706      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and                $100,000
                 pedestrian trail, Cannon County..........
 2707      TX   Develop, deploy and integrate municipal       $3,200,000
                 ITS in San Antonio.......................
 2708      TN   Jefferson, Hamblen Counties, Tennessee SR-    $2,000,000
                 66 relocation............................
 2709      MD   Rehabilitate Pennington Avenue Drawbridge     $1,500,000
                 in Baltimore.............................
 2710      PA   Construction of I-79 to Mon-Fayette           $1,500,000
                 Section of Southern Beltway, Pittsburgh,
                 Pennsylvania.............................
 2711      FL   Springfield Rd. Improvements, Jacksonville    $1,500,000
 2712      LA   Elimination of highway-rail grade             $1,000,000
                 crossings along Louisiana and Delta
                 railroad.................................
 2713        CA Conduct necessary planning and engineering    $1,400,000
                 and implement comprehensive Corridor
                 Management Plan for Arroyo Seco Historic
                 Parkway, Los Angeles.....................
 2714      FL   Plant City Traffic Management System......    $3,000,000
 2715      GA   SR 347 widen-new construction from I-985     $10,000,000
                 to SR 211, Hall County, Georgia..........
 2716      WA   SR 28 and SR285 Sellar Bridge                 $5,000,000
                 Improvements: ramp & roadway network
                 improvements at the west end and a new
                 lane on the Sellar Bridge................
 2717      NY   Stabilize Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge and    $1,092,500
                 construct a pedestrian walkway linking
                 the two sides of the Hudson River,
                 Poughkeepsie.............................
 2718      WA   International Mobility and Trade Corridor     $1,300,000
                 Project for Whatcom County...............
 2719        CA State Route 76 Road Widening, Melrose         $5,000,000
                 Drive to Interstate 15...................
 2720      NJ   Streetscape Improvements to Clements            $500,000
                 Bridge Road from Newton Avenue to New
                 Jersey Turnpike, Barrington..............
 2721      FL   Construct Eastern Connector from SR 417 to    $1,000,000
                 I-95, Volusia & Seminole Counties Florida
 2722      GA   Construction of the McIntosh Path on SR         $200,000
                 99, 7.15 miles between Darien, Georgia
                 and the Sapelo Island Visitor Center.....
 2723      AL   Construction of Sulphur Springs Road          $5,000,000
                 Bypass in City of Hoover, Alabama........
 2724      AZ   Pliocene Cliffs reconstruction between        $1,000,000
                 Wikieup and the Santa Maria River........
 2725      MN   Construct roadway improvements to CSAH 76,    $1,064,000
                 Little Falls.............................
 2726      IN   Study alternatives along 2 miles of             $150,000
                 railroad to eliminae in-town highway-rail
                 crossings to improve safety and reduce
                 congestion in Delaware County............
 2727      NV   Design and construct separation of rail-      $1,000,000
                 highway crossings in downtown Reno.......
 2728      NJ   Maple Shade Township Streetscape              $1,000,000
                 Improvements of Mill Road, Rudderow Ave.,
                 North & South Coles Ave. and Schoolhouse
                 Lane.....................................
 2729      WA   Conduct study for I-5 and SR503                 $300,000
                 interchange..............................
 2730      WA   Construct Webber Canyon Road realignment      $3,500,000
                 at I-82 Kiona-Benton interchange.........
 2731      TX   Downtown Streetscape Improvements in            $640,000
                 Beaumont, Texas..........................
 2732      NY   Improve Traffic Flow on Lefferts Boulevard      $500,000
                 by Rehabilitating Facilities Surrounding
                 LIRR/Kew Gardens Eastbound Station.......
 2733      FL   Construct reliever road to SR A-1-A in the    $1,000,000
                 City of Deerfield Beach beginning at A-1-
                 A/Hillsboro Blvd and ending at A-1-A/NE
                 2nd Street...............................
 2734      TX   Reconstruct interchange at IH 10 and FM       $1,000,000
                 364, Chambers County, Texas..............
 2735        CA SR 52 East Improvments (San Diego)........    $7,500,000
 2736      OR   Study to evaluate alternatives in support       $250,000
                 of an eventual Astoria bypass, Astoria...
 2737      GA   Commission a study and report regarding         $100,000
                 the construction and designation of a new
                 Interstate linking Savannah, Augusta, &
                 Knoxville................................
 2738      VT   Construction of the St. Albans, Vermont       $1,200,000
                 intermodal connector roadway with I-89
                 for the City of St. Albans...............
 2739      OR   I-5-Highway 214 interchange improvements,     $1,000,000
                 Woodburn.................................
 2740      OR   Construction of transportation facilities       $800,000
                 at the Tualatin River Wildlife Refuge....
 2741      WY   I-80 Rock Springs Marginal................    $1,900,000
 2742      PA   Improvements to Route 11 and access to I-     $1,000,000
                 81.......................................
 2743      IL   Improve safety of a horizontal curve on          $88,000
                 Clarksville St. .25 mile north of 275th
                 Road in Grandview Township, Edgar County,
                 Illinois.................................
 2744      UT   Provo Reservoir Canal Trail, Utah.........    $3,000,000
 2745      MO   South County Riverfront Access and Trails     $4,000,000
                 Project, Lemay...........................
 2746      AK   Road improvements in the City of Fairbanks    $5,000,000
 2747      MD   Construct Ferry Terminal, Somerset County,    $1,000,000
                 Maryland.................................
 2748      MS   Plan and Construct two lanes to SR-6 from     $4,000,000
                 SR 342 to Alabama state line.............
 2749        CA Construct bypass along Hwy 101 around         $7,000,000
                 Willits, CA to reduce congestion, improve
                 air quality and enhance economic lifeline
                 of No. Coast.............................
 2750        CA Engineering support to I-5 Joint Powers         $150,000
                 Authority to widen I-5 freeway and
                 improve corridor arterials from I-710 to
                 Orange County line.......................
 2751      LA   Kerner Ferry Bridge, Jefferson Parish         $2,100,000
                 Bayou Barataria..........................
 2752      WA   Renton, WA SR 167 HOV, Strander Boulevard     $1,000,000
                 Connection...............................
 2753      NJ   Sussex County, NJ Vernon Township,            $3,500,000
                 Mountain Creek Rt. 94 Traffic Calming,
                 Ped. Safety and Traffic Congestion,
                 Circulation Improvement..................
 2754      PA   Linglestown Square, roadway and               $3,000,000
                 intersection improvements, Lower Paxton
                 Township.................................
 2755      MD   Rehabilitate road including bridges over      $3,000,000
                 CSX tracks in Baltimore..................
 2756      WA   Extend 18th Street between 87th Avenue and    $2,000,000
                 NE 192nd Avenue in Vancouver.............
 2757      TX   Implement repairs on Old Pleasanton Road        $403,000
                 Bridge in Atascosa County................
 2758        CA Hazel Avenue Improvements, U.S. Highway 50    $3,000,000
                 to Madison Avenue........................
 2759      MI   Menominee County, County Road 557 Bridge        $280,000
                 Replacement over the Big Cedar River.....
 2760      OH   Massillon, Ohio. Tremont Avenue Bridge          $720,000
                 Rehabilitation...........................
 2761      MI   Montmorency County, Reconstruction of           $800,000
                 County Road 612 from W. County Line to
                 County Road 491..........................
 2762        CA Conduct traffic study of proposed               $500,000
                 realignment of Nutwood Ave in Fullerton..
 2763      NM   Planning, design and construction of          $2,000,000
                 bikeways and walkway at the City of Santa
                 Fe's downtown railyard redevelopment
                 project..................................
 2764      GA   Streetscape-Bainbridge....................      $250,000
 2765      PA   Construct S.R. 706 Corridor, Susquehanna      $2,000,000
                 County, Pennsylvania.....................
 2766      NY   Town of North Salem reconstruction and          $150,000
                 repaving of Keeler Lane..................
 2767      FL   Conduct planning and engineering for U.S.     $4,000,000
                 17 widening and improvements in Hardee
                 County, Florida..........................
 2768      IL   Traffic Signalization, Matteson...........      $907,500
 2769      MS   Upgrade roads in Kilmichael, Montgomery         $400,000
                 County...................................
 2770       NC  Upgrade U.S. 220 to I-73/74 interstate        $2,000,000
                 standards in Montgomery County...........
 2771      WA   US 2/Sultan Basin Road Improvements in          $600,000
                 Sultan...................................
 2772      TX   Add 2 lanes to existing facility from         $1,000,000
                 Victoria County Line to 1.9 Miles West of
                 SH 35 in Port Lavaca.....................
 2773      FL   A1A Transportation Enhancements, Daytona      $1,000,000
                 Beach....................................
 2774      MI   City of Menominee, Resurface Hattie Street      $225,000
                 Bridge deck 250 feet from 9th avenue in
                 Menominee to Riverside Avenue in
                 Marinette, WI............................
 2775      TN   eliminate blockage of two lanes on Gay        $2,000,000
                 Street in Knoxville, TN, to accomodate
                 loading dock.............................
 2776      MI   Emmet County, Ultra thin demonstration           $60,000
                 project resurfacing of Mitchell Road from
                 the City of Petoskey limits east to
                 Division.................................
 2777      NY   Gowanus Expressway Project................      $500,000
 2778      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Moosic Borough, Lackawanna County.....
 2779      AL   Expand to 4 lanes on U.S. 278 from I-65 to    $3,500,000
                 U.S. 231.................................
 2780      IL   Preconstruction and construction McCarthy       $892,000
                 Road, Bell Road to US 45 and 123rd Street
                 US 45 to 86th Avenue in Palos Park.......
 2781      WY   Riverton: Reconstruct HWY 26- Main St.....    $1,100,000
 2782      MA   Somerville Bicycle Path Improvements--        $1,000,000
                 Cedar Street to Central Street...........
 2783      MI   US 31 improvements and relocation between     $9,450,000
                 Holland and Grand Haven..................
 2784      PA   Replace Messinger Street Bridge in the        $1,000,000
                 Borough of Bangor........................
 2785      NY   Owego, Construct pedestrian waterfront        $1,250,000
                 walkway..................................
 2786      KY   Reconstruct US 127 from Hustonville Road      $1,500,000
                 to the Mercer County Line, Boyle County..
 2787      PA   Construction of an intermodal facility in     $1,500,000
                 Altoona, Pa..............................
 2788        CA Design and construct access improvements      $8,000,000
                 in North Central Business District,
                 Sacramento...............................
 2789       NC  Construction of the southbound lane of US     $6,800,000
                 321 bridge replacement over the Catawba
                 River....................................
 2790      FL   Grand Lagoon Bridge Replacement Project.      $6,500,000
                 The replacement of a two lane bridge with
                 a four lane bridge.......................
 2791      FL   Construct SR 9B Extension, St. Johns          $4,400,000
                 County, Florida..........................
 2792      AL   Design and construct a 4-lane highway from    $1,000,000
                 Muscle Shoals, AL to I-10................
 2793      IN   Improve SR 9 Greenfield Corridor, Indiana.      $500,000
 2794      NJ   Interstate 280 Interchange Improvements,     $10,000,000
                 Harrison.................................
 2795      KY   Construct Northern Bypass of Somerset, KY    $35,000,000
                 and I-66 from the Cumberland Parkway west
                 of Somerset, Kentucky to I-75 south of
                 London, Kentucky.........................
 2796      VA   Preliminary Engineer, Design, and               $500,000
                 Construct improvements to Virginia Beach
                 Blvd in Virginia Beach and Norfolk.......
 2797      PA   Fayette County, Pennsylvania, State Road      $2,000,000
                 21 Improvements..........................
 2798      ME   Replacement of Waldo-Hancock Bridge.......   $16,000,000
 2799        CT Reconstruct and widen Homer St and Chase      $2,000,000
                 Ave in Waterbury from Waterville Ave to
                 Nottingham Terrace.......................
 2800      FL   Construct new east-west road from the         $1,000,000
                 intersection of Beeline Highway and PGA
                 Boulevard west to Seminole Pratt Whitney
                 Road.....................................
 2801      WI   Enhance West Silver Spring Ave with             $400,000
                 lighting enhancement, crosswalk
                 improvements, signage, landscaping,
                 Milwaukee................................
 2802      NY   Completion of 1.6 mi trail network in the       $124,000
                 Utica Marsh, NY..........................
 2803      TX   Construct I635-I30 Interchange, Dallas,      $15,000,000
                 Texas....................................
 2804      IL   Establish transportation museum on Navy         $500,000
                 Pier, Chicago............................
 2805        CA Establish I-15 Interchange at Nisqualli       $1,500,000
                 and Mojave River crossing in San
                 Bernardino County........................
 2806      MA   Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority    $1,000,000
                 Secure Station, Boston...................
 2807      FL   Construct bridges on SR 710 in Palm Beach     $2,500,000
                 County...................................
 2808      PA   Reconstruct intersection of SR 51 and         $2,150,000
                 Franklin Ave, Beaver County..............
 2809      NJ   Rehabilitation existing structure at the      $1,000,000
                 Bridge Street bridge over the CSX
                 Railroad Trenton Line in Manville, NJ....
 2810      OR   Repair and recoat logging bridge over           $150,000
                 Highway 99 E, Canby......................
 2811        CA San Gabriel Blvd Rehabilitation Project--       $200,000
                 Broadway to Las Tunas, San Gabriel.......
 2812        CA Signal upgrades on Avenida de las Flores,       $125,200
                 Melinda Road, Avenida de las Banderas,
                 and Alma Aldea, Rancho Santa Margarita,
                 California...............................
 2813        CA Construct State Route 905 to connect the     $15,000,000
                 Otay Mesa Port of Entry to Interstate
                 805, San Diego...........................
 2814      MA   Crosby Drive Improvement Project..........    $1,000,000
 2815      WI   Construct North Shore Extension of              $350,000
                 Friendship State Trail, Calumet and
                 Winnebago Counties, Wisconsin............
 2816      AR   Construct and rehabilitate Fayetteville       $5,000,000
                 Expressway Economic Development Corridor.
 2817      PA   Armstrong County, Pennsylvania,               $2,000,000
                 construction of the Freeport Bridge......
 2818      IL   Road extension for Redco Drive to Skyline     $1,000,000
                 Dr, Williamson County....................
 2819        CA Rosecrans Avenue and Bridge Arterial          $4,000,000
                 Reconstruction Project, Compton..........
 2820      MA   Canalside Rail Trail Construction of the      $1,000,000
                 Canalside Rail Trail, Deerfield &
                 Montague.................................
 2821        CA Conduct study and construct Daggett Road,     $5,000,000
                 Port of Stockton, CA, Access Project.....
 2822      WI   Construct a bicycle/pedestrian path, and      $2,000,000
                 two bridges across Starkweather Creek,
                 Madison..................................
 2823      GA   Construct City of Fayetteville, Ga. School      $625,000
                 Access Bike Ped Project..................
 2824      TN   Sevier County, Tennessee SR 449 extension.    $1,000,000
 2825      GA   SR 133 south bound lane bridge replacement    $1,000,000
                 over the Georgia Florida Railnet line,
                 Dougherty County.........................
 2826        CA Construct grade separation on State Street    $2,000,000
                 and Cajon Boulevard along BNSF tracks in
                 San Bernardino...........................
 2827      WA   Construct SR 9 Pedestrian Overpass in         $1,100,000
                 Arlington................................
 2828        CA Implement streetscape improvements along        $100,000
                 Wilbur Avenue to enhance traffic and
                 pedestrian safety........................
 2829      MD   I95, I495, MD5 Branch Avenue Metro Access.    $4,000,000
 2830      TN   Improving Vehicle Efficiencies at At-Grade       $57,000
                 highway-Railroad Crossing in Loudon, TN..
 2831      MO   I-470, I-435 & Rt 71 Completion of            $3,000,000
                 Interstate realignment...................
 2832      PA   Ridge Avenue Revitalization project in        $1,000,000
                 conjunction with Roxborough Dev. Corp.
                 for scenic enhancements & pedestrian
                 safety improvements along a heavily
                 traveled thoroughfare....................
 2833      PA   Corridor improvements for PA 72 from PA       $1,000,000
                 283 to PA Turnpike.......................
 2834      AR   Construction of I-49, Highway 71: Highway     $5,000,000
                 22 to Highway 71 near Jenny Lind.........
 2835        CA Provide landscape enhancement of an           $1,500,000
                 existing open culvert on Atherton Street,
                 Long Beach...............................
 2836      NY   Rehabilitate Guy Lombardo Avenue and          $1,195,000
                 construct drainage improvements and new
                 sidewalks and curb cuts in Freeport, NY..
 2837      IA   I 35 interchange improvements, Ankeny.....    $5,000,000
 2838      PA   Improve Freemansburg Avenue and its           $2,000,000
                 intersections at Route 33................
 2839      NJ   Pedestrian facilities and street lighting       $400,000
                 on Route 551 from Route 130 to Chestnut
                 Street, Brooklawn........................
 2840      IL   I-57 and I-294 Interchange................    $3,000,000
 2841      FL   New Kings Rd. Pedestrian Overpass &           $1,000,000
                 Enhancements, Jacksonville...............
 2842      TX   Grimes Co., TX Bridge Improvement Project.      $500,000
 2843        CA Crenshaw Blvd. Rehabilitation, Maricopa       $1,000,000
                 St. to Sepulveda Blvd., City of Torrance.
 2844      VA   Engineering and Right of Way for              $1,500,000
                 Interstate 73 in Roanoke County..........
 2845      GA   Johnson Ferry Road Glenridge Drive            $2,500,000
                 Widening, Abernathy Road to Hammond Drive
 2846      GA   Install walkways, bridges, lighting,          $6,020,083
                 landscaping in Water Works Park and south
                 along river through Ocmulgee Monument and
                 Central City Park........................
 2847      OH   Intersection improvements and related road      $612,000
                 improvements in the City of Chardon, OH..
 2848      WV   Construct Coalfields Expressway...........    $7,200,000
 2849        CA Improve pedestrian and biking trails          $1,000,000
                 within East Bay Regional Park District,
                 Contra Costa County......................
 2850      MA   Berkshire County Bike Paths, Design &         $5,000,000
                 Construction.............................
 2851      MI   Ogemaw County, Overlay of Fairview Road to      $369,600
                 improve network of all-season truck
                 routes...................................
 2852      VA   Old Mill Road Extension...................    $1,000,000
 2853      PA   Construct Campbelltown Connector, Lebanon     $2,500,000
                 County...................................
 2854      NJ   Construct Rt 40 Reconstruction from Rt 77     $3,000,000
                 to Elmer Lake, Elmer, Salem County.......
 2855      OH   Design and Construct Riverwalk and            $1,500,000
                 adjacent facilities, Warren, Trumbull Co.
 2856        CA Realign SR 4 within the City of Oakley....    $2,000,000
 2857      IL   Construct recreational trail from Spring        $400,000
                 Creek Forest Preserve to Greene Valley
                 Forest Preserve in DuPage County, IL.....
 2858      MN   Construct trail link between Bruce Vento      $1,500,000
                 Regional Trail and Mississippi River
                 Corridor in St. Paul.....................
 2859      FL   Construct Interstate-4/ Crosstown             $1,000,000
                 Connector................................
 2860      UT   Add lights to road from Halchita to             $200,000
                 Mexican Hat in the Navajo Nation.........
 2861        CA Construct off ramp at Interstate 8/           $3,000,000
                 Imperial Avenue Interchange, El Centro...
 2862      VA   Cranesnest Trail--construction of hiking,       $650,000
                 biking, horse trail from Route 83 to
                 Cranesnest Campground....................
 2863       NC  Durham and Chatham Counties, NC Completion    $2,000,000
                 of American Tobacco Trail................
 2864      TX   Austin to Manor Rail Trail, Texas.........    $2,000,000
 2865      PA   Eliminate existing rail line in Indian, PA    $4,000,000
                 to eliminate 37 at grade crossings and
                 reconstruct the line outside the town
                 from Glenn Lock to Middletown............
 2866      MN   Extend Cuyuna Range and Great River Road        $400,000
                 Trails, Aitkin...........................
 2867      NY   Conduct planning, engineering, and              $500,000
                 eventual construction of Rte. 5 in City
                 of Oneida, from Seneca St. to county line
 2868      NY   Great Neck Road Traffic Calming Project...      $400,000
 2869      NJ   Design and construct new streetscape          $1,000,000
                 through Irvington Center.................
 2870      IL   Construct connector road between              $6,000,000
                 Collinsville Rd to IL 3/North 1st St, St.
                 Clair County.............................
 2871      NJ   Carteret, NJ Ferry Service Terminal.......    $2,100,000
 2872      AL   Construct I 10-US 231 Connector from          $3,000,000
                 Dothan, AL to Florida....................
 2873      OH   Bicycle Paths for the Magic Mile in             $800,000
                 Willougby, OH............................
 2874       NC  Construct Interstate 73 74 in Montgomery     $18,000,000
                 County and Richmond County, North
                 Carolina.................................
 2875      NY   Construct Phase II I-90 Connector ITS         $6,000,000
                 Laboratory in Rensselaer County..........
 2876       NC  Design and construct Airport Area Roadway     $2,800,000
                 Network..................................
 2877      WA   Engineering and Construction of the           $1,000,000
                 Centennial Trail in Snohomish............
 2878      OR   I-5 Beltline Interchange..................   $20,000,000
 2879      IL   Extension North from Rt. 30 to Wheeler        $4,760,000
                 Road and Galena Boulevard extension west
                 of Rt. 47 in Sugar Grove, IL.............
 2880      NY   Newburgh, Improve East End Roads..........    $1,863,500
 2881      ME   Construction of the Kennebec River Rail         $400,000
                 Trail....................................
 2882        CA Construct Bristol Street multi-modal          $3,000,000
                 corridor in Santa Ana....................
 2883        CA Construct pedestrian sidewalk enhancements      $500,000
                 in Bellflower............................
 2884      KS   Improvement and expansion for 2.7 miles of   $14,500,000
                 K-18 in Geary County.....................
 2885        CA I-110/SR 47/Harbor Blvd. Interchange          $5,000,000
                 Improvements, San Pedro..................
 2886      MA   Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge, Design and    $2,000,000
                 construction of a Visitor Contact Station
 2887      AL   Pedestrian Improvements for Pell City, AL.      $250,000
 2888      WI   Rehabilitate Highway 51 between CTH S and     $2,000,000
                 USH 8 in Lincoln County..................
 2889      OH   Rehabilitate tunnel and bridge on National      $700,000
                 Road Bikeway in St. Clairsville..........
 2890      MD   Pennington Ave Drawbridge, Baltimore......    $1,000,000
 2891      MA   Rehabilitation and paving of Parker River       $250,000
                 Road.....................................
 2892      MN   Reconstruct CSAH 7 between Itasca CR 341      $3,200,000
                 and the Scenic State Park entrance to
                 improve safety and structural integrity..
 2893      OH   Grading, paving, roads for the transfer of    $6,500,000
                 rail to truck for the intermodal facility
                 at Rickenbacker Airport..................
 2894      PA   Relocation of PA 52 at Longwood Gardens...    $1,200,000
 2895      TX   Construct Interstate 35 improvements in       $1,000,000
                 Buda.....................................
 2896      TN   improve streetscape and signage, McMinn         $300,000
                 County, TN...............................
 2897      OR   Culvert Replacement, Sweet Home...........      $130,000
 2898      AL   AL 5 Widening in Bibb County..............    $3,000,000
 2899        CO Design and build a multimodal corridor on     $5,000,000
                 US 36....................................
 2900      WA   Development of highway-rail crossings in      $1,000,000
                 Spokane County, WA and Kootenai County,
                 ID.......................................
 2901      OH   Acquire right of way land along US 24,        $1,000,000
                 Lucas County.............................
 2902      IL   Improve Streets, Westchester..............      $150,000
 2903      NY   Enhance road and transportation facilities    $3,000,000
                 in the vicinity of W. 65th St and
                 Broadway, New York City..................
 2904      TN   Construction of Knob Creek Road in              $500,000
                 Washington County, Tennessee.............
 2905      TN   improve streetscape and pavement repair,        $300,000
                 Loudon County, TN........................
 2906        CA Improvement of intersection at Inglewood      $3,600,000
                 Ave and Marine Ave to reduce congestion,
                 City of Lawndale.........................
 2907      HI   Interstate Route H1 rehabilitation,           $7,430,000
                 Kaahumanu Street to Kaimakani Street.....
 2908      ID   Construct Interchange on I-84 at Ten Mile     $2,000,000
                 Rd, Meridian, Idaho......................
 2909      NJ   Pedestrian facilities and street lighting       $347,120
                 on Haddon Avenue from Voorhees Township
                 Line to Bate Avenue, Berlin Township.....
 2910      WA   267th Street NW Pedestrian Path in              $600,000
                 Stanwood.................................
 2911      KY   Replace US 68 and US 150 Bridge over            $750,000
                 Chaplin River, Perryville................
 2912      UT   Geveva Rd-Provo Center Street, Orem 1600      $7,500,000
                 North to I-15 FWY, Provo-widen from 2 to
                 4 lanes..................................
 2913      IL   Construction of a new roadway and grade       $7,000,000
                 separation of the UP West Line east of
                 Elburn...................................
 2914      VA   Haymarket, VA. Washington Street                $500,000
                 improvements.............................
 2915      NJ   Improvements to implement the Readington        $500,000
                 Tewksbury Transportation Improvement
                 District.................................
 2916      IL   Allow IDOT to proceed with engineering and    $2,000,000
                 construction of Airport-Lockport Rd and
                 Illinois Route 126 interchanges on I-55..
 2917      AR   Caraway Bridge Overpass...................    $9,000,000
 2918      OH   Construction of an Intermodal Facility at       $500,000
                 University Circle in the City of
                 Cleveland................................
 2919      PA   Jeannette Truck Route.....................      $500,000
 2920      MD   MD45, Cavan to Ridgley Roads..............    $5,520,000
 2921      MD   MD 30 Hampstead Bypass....................    $1,000,000
 2922      MI   Monroe Area Highway-Railway Crossing          $6,400,000
                 Improvements, City of Monroe.............
 2923      OH   Obtain right-of-way and construct the         $2,000,000
                 161,37 widening project in Franklin and
                 Licking Counties, Ohio...................
 2924        CT Enfield, Connecticut Make improvements to     $1,910,000
                 South Maple Street Bridge................
 2925      NY   Conduct studies, if necessary, and            $4,000,000
                 construct infrastructure projects for
                 Governor's Island........................
 2926      NY   Harlem River Park and Bikeway.............    $1,000,000
 2927        CT Make Improvements to Plainfield Cemetary        $300,000
                 Road.....................................
 2928       SC  Construct grade separation and interchange    $1,000,000
                 improvements at U.S. 521, Lancaster
                 County...................................
 2929      NJ   Replacement of the Magnolia Avenue Bridge     $1,000,000
                 over Route 1 & 9.........................
 2930      IL   Resurfacing and restriping Euclid Ave           $350,000
                 between Walnut Ave and Douglas Ave in
                 Arlington Heights........................
 2931      MI   Resurfacing of Frazho Road in Roseville...    $1,280,000
 2932        CA Construct 213th Street pedestrian bridge      $1,000,000
                 to provide safe passage for pedestrians
                 and wheelchairs, Carson..................
 2933      MO   Conduct impact studies for Missouri River     $5,000,000
                 Bridge siting in Kansas City, MO.........
 2934        CA Construction of Lenwood Road Grade            $1,500,000
                 Separation in Barstow, CA................
 2935      PA   Improvements to Frankford Avenue from         $1,250,000
                 Cottman Avenue to Harbison Avenue........
 2936      IN   Revelop Hazeldell Road, Hamilton County,      $1,000,000
                 Indiana..................................
 2937      AK   Road Improvements and upgrades to service     $5,000,000
                 road areas and miscellaneous projects
                 within Northstar Borough.................
 2938      OH   Rehabilitation or replacement of highway-       $360,000
                 rail grade separations along the West
                 Central Ohio Port Authority route in
                 Champaign and Clark Counties.............
 2939      MI   Otsego County, Resurfacing and widening of      $368,000
                 Parmater Rd..............................
 2940      WA   Realign West Main Street through Kelso....    $2,000,000
 2941      TN   Reconstruct State Route 109 from I-40 in      $1,000,000
                 Wilson County to Portland in Sumner
                 County...................................
 2942      PA   Redesigning the intersection of US 322/       $1,500,000
                 High Street and Rosedale Ave.............
 2943      DE   Replacement of the Indian River Inlet         $6,000,000
                 Bridge, Sussex County Delaware...........
 2944      FL   Construct link from I-95 to I-10 through      $5,000,000
                 Clay County with terminus points SR 23 to
                 CAR 739B.................................
 2945      MN   Construct ramps and new bridge over           $7,020,744
                 Interstate 35 at CSAH 17, and reconstruct
                 CSAH 17 from west County Line to CSAH 30,
                 Chisago County...........................
 2946        CT Conduct multi-modal study of Route 8          $1,000,000
                 corridor between Beacon Falls-Seymour
                 town line and exit 40....................
 2947      AR   Hwy 65 improvements in Van Buren County,      $1,500,000
                 including construction of passing lanes,
                 bridge improvements, intersection
                 improvements and other roadway
                 improvements.............................
 2948      AZ   Construct sidewalks along White Spar Road -   $1,500,000
                 Prescott, AZ.............................
 2949      NY   Construction of Pedestrian and Bike Trail       $500,000
                 campus access & improvements, St.
                 Bonaventure, NY..........................
 2950      NY   Eastern Laurelton Area Improvements,          $8,600,000
                 Queens, New York.........................
 2951      NY   Bicycle and pedestrian safety                 $1,200,000
                 improvements, Main Street, Riverhead.....
 2952      AL   Construct County Road 83 corridor from       $10,000,000
                 Foley Beach Express to I-10..............
 2953      PA   Design and construct improvements to PA       $3,870,500
                 465 from Walnut Bottom Rd. to PA 641 and
                 at I 81 Exit 44..........................
 2954      IL   Reconstruct and Widen Route 60 Bridge over    $9,000,000
                 I-94 in Lake Forest......................
 2955      VA   Improve Downtown Staunton, Virginia,          $1,500,000
                 Streetscape..............................
 2956      PA   Route 322 Halls Run Upgrades from the         $1,700,000
                 intersection of Horsecreek Road to
                 Mapleshade Road -Venango County..........
 2957      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &        $2,500,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Wilkes-Barre..........................
 2958      IN   SR56 Reconstruction, Aurora, Indiana......    $5,120,000
 2959      MI   Study and implement transportation system     $4,000,000
                 alternatives in the vicinity of US 31/M
                 46.......................................
 2960      MA   Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation..........    $5,000,000
 2961      IL   For Village of Bolingbrook to construct         $500,000
                 Remington Blvd. extension................
 2962      AZ   Design and Construction of Rio Salado         $3,000,000
                 Pedestrian Bridge in Tempe, AZ...........
 2963      MI   Study to determine replacement options for    $4,000,000
                 obsolete and structurally deteriorating
                 bridge (Trenton- Grosse Ile Bridge)
                 including approach roadways, Charter
                 County of Wayne..........................
 2964      PA   Mount Joy Bridge Replacement on Route 230.      $450,000
 2965        CA Modifies 9 traffic signals between Willow       $300,000
                 Road and Middlefield Road and Hamilton
                 Avenue, Menlo Park.......................
 2966      OH   Summit County Engineer Reconstruct Access       $500,000
                 Roads to Cuyahoga Valley National Park...
 2967      OR   To study the feasibility of widening Hwy      $1,000,000
                 26 from the Hwy 217 interchange to the
                 Cornelius Pass exit......................
 2968      GA   Athens-Clarke County Greenway Enhancement     $2,320,000
                 Project..................................
 2969      WA   Improve Wahkiakum County Ferry landing....      $250,000
 2970      IL   Irving Park Bridge over the Chicago River.    $4,000,000
 2971      MI   Design, right-of-way and construction of      $2,200,000
                 passing relief lanes and improvements
                 necessary on M-55, between M-37 and M-115
 2972      NE   Design, right-of-way and construction of      $4,000,000
                 South and West Beltway in Lincoln,
                 Nebraska.................................
 2973      TX   Tower 55 CMAQ Congestion and Preliminary      $2,000,000
                 Engineering Study........................
 2974      NY   Town of Chester, Lake Hill Farms                $150,000
                 subdivision road improvements............
 2975      MN   Improvements on TH 169 east and west of       $2,216,000
                 East Two Rivers Crossing and TH 135 from
                 Enterprise Drive to TH 169...............
 2976      IN   Reconstruct Standard Avenue, Whiting......    $1,300,000
 2977      TX   Barron Rd. Interchange at SH 6 (Earl          $3,000,000
                 Rudder Freeway) College Station..........
 2978        CA Develop conceptual master plan to improve       $215,000
                 the efficiency of transportation
                 facilities, Covina.......................
 2979      PA   Transportation enhancements along the         $3,000,000
                 Delaware Canal between Yardley, PA and
                 Bristol, PA..............................
 2980      VA   Upgrade DOT crossing #467661K to constant       $171,700
                 warning time devices.....................
 2981      UT   Add lighting on Highway 262 on the Navajo       $175,000
                 Nation in Aneth..........................
 2982      VA   Chestnut Mountain Road--feasibility study,      $500,000
                 design and construction start for road
                 improvement on National Forest lands.....
 2983      MI   Construction of roads and trails Humbug       $1,100,000
                 Marsh Unit Linked Greenways System,
                 Detroit International Wildlife Refuge....
 2984      TX   Construct access road connecting Port of      $1,800,000
                 Beaumont property on east bank of Neches
                 River to I-10 access road east of the
                 Neches River.............................
 2985      AR   Develop U.S. Highway 71 (I-49) to             $3,160,000
                 Interstate standards on new location
                 between Mena, AR and LA state line.......
 2986       SC  Lexington County, widen US 1 and SC 6, and    $2,000,000
                 improve US 1, SC 6, and US 378...........
 2987      IL   Midlothian Road Signalization, Lake Zurich      $600,000
 2988      VA   Glen Alton--design and construction of        $1,000,000
                 recreation trails, access and visitor
                 information center.......................
 2989      MI   Expansion of Cass Avenue in Clinton           $9,194,000
                 Township.................................
 2990        CO Bromley Lane and US 85 interchange            $1,000,000
                 feasibility study and construction of
                 needed improvements......................
 2991      MD   Constructing Chestertown Trail,                 $300,000
                 Chestertown, MD..........................
 2992      IL   Eastern Peoria Bypass.....................    $3,000,000
 2993      VA   Conduct planning and engineering for Mayo     $2,000,000
                 Bridge in Richmond.......................
 2994      NY   Elevation of road and construction of           $695,000
                 drainage improvements on Sequams Lane
                 Center and Sequams Lane West in the Town
                 of Islip, NY.............................
 2995      NM   Improvements to San Juan County Road 7950.    $1,000,000
 2996      WA   116th St/Interstate 5 Interchange             $2,000,000
                 Reconstruction in Marysville.............
 2997       SC  Construction of public roads at the           $6,000,000
                 International Center for Automotive
                 Research and reconstruction of Fairforest
                 Way in Greenville, South Carolina........
 2998      PA   Provide 4 through-lanes on PA 100 by          $5,000,000
                 constructing two thru lanes to the east
                 of Ludwigs Corner........................
 2999      PA   Completion of construction of final 2         $2,000,000
                 ramps of I-79 interchange with Parkway
                 West; widening of 1 mile of Parkway West
                 leading to ramps.........................
 3000        CA Diamond Bar, CA Grand Avenue                  $1,600,000
                 Rehabilitation...........................
 3001      NY   Reconfigure intersection of Ridge Street        $750,000
                 and Hallocks Mill Road & install new
                 traffic signal...........................
 3002      WA   Guard Street Reconstruction Project in          $800,000
                 Friday Harbor............................
 3003        CO Roadway widening and interchange              $9,000,000
                 rebuilding on I-225 from I-70 to Parker
                 Road.....................................
 3004      PA   Roosevelt Boulevard improvements by the       $4,000,000
                 Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
 3005      MN   Construct Paul Bunyan Trail Walker to           $700,000
                 Bemidji Segment..........................
 3006      HI   Upgrades to Farrington Highway............    $1,000,000
 3007      KY   US 41A Phase II Design and Right of Way...    $4,000,000
 3008      NM   US 54 Corona, Tularosa, and Vaughn Bridges    $1,000,000
                 Replacement and Rehabilitation...........
 3009      OH   Construction of access road along east        $1,000,000
                 side of SR 8 in Summit County, OH........
 3010      TX   US 281 from Brooks County Line to FM 3066,    $2,000,000
                 Brooks County............................
 3011      FL   Construction of an interchange at             $5,538,959
                 Florida's Turnpike & Stirling Rd. in
                 Broward County...........................
 3012      NY   Construction of the City of Watertown         $3,000,000
                 Streetscape Enhancement Project..........
 3013      IL   Improve Streets, Merrionette Park.........      $500,000
 3014      NY   Install Improvements for Pedestrian Safety      $250,000
                 in the vicinity of St. Roberts Bellarmine
 3015      NY   Rebuild Queens Plaza, a 250-foot wide         $8,000,000
                 roadway on the eastern end of the
                 Queensborough Bridge.....................
 3016      PA   Upgrade circuit for gates and lights at         $275,000
                 Seventh Street in Emmaus, PA USDOT
                 crossing number 592401H to constant
                 warning time devices.....................
 3017      UT   SR-158 Improvements, Pine View Dam, Weber     $2,100,000
                 County, Utah.............................
 3018        CA Valley Boulevard Capacity Improvement         $2,000,000
                 between 710 Freeway and Marguerita
                 Avenue, Alhambra.........................
 3019      IL   Offramp and overpass from I-57 outside of     $5,000,000
                 Marion and necessary connector roads.....
 3020      AK   Construction of and improvements to roads     $3,000,000
                 at Alaska Pacific University.............
 3021       SC  Upgrade of the I-95/SC 327 Interchange        $7,500,000
                 near Florence............................
 3022        CA Valley View/Stage Grade Separation              $900,000
                 Project, La Mirada and Santa Fe Springs,
                 California...............................
 3023      OR   Renewal of Wooden Bridge West of Albany...    $8,000,000
 3024      MI   Northville, Taft Road from 8 Mile North to      $500,000
                 city limits..............................
 3025      NY   Village of Pawling Rehabilitation of            $100,000
                 Grandview Ave from Lakeside to end.......
 3026      SD   Pave and curb Cheyenne River Tribe Route      $1,500,000
                 900, ``Chinatown'' in Eagle Butte........
 3027      FL   Church Street Improvements, Orlando.......   $15,000,000
 3028      MI   Walled Lake, Widen Maple Road, west of          $125,000
                 Decker to Welch..........................
 3029      AR   Washington County, Arkansas--replace and        $800,000
                 rebuild Tilly Willy Bridge...............
 3030      AR   Russellville Intermodal Facility construct    $2,000,000
                 access roads from AR Hwy 247, purchase
                 Right-of-Way.............................
 3031      TX   Construct IH 30 Monty Stratton Parkway        $1,500,000
                 Interchange in Greenville, TX............
 3032      PA   Design and Construction of Portzer Road       $2,000,000
                 Connector, Bucks County..................
 3033      IL   For Plainfield Township Park District to        $100,000
                 construct DuPage River Bike & Pedestrian
                 Trail linking Grand Illinois, Midewin, &
                 I&M Canal Trails.........................
 3034      TX   Pedestrian Path and Sidewalk Improvements       $500,000
                 along US 83 in Rio Grande City...........
 3035      MS   Upgrade roads at Tougaloo College.........      $500,000
 3036      IL   Washington Street Widening, Gurnee........    $3,360,000
 3037      LA   Replacement Bridge for Tunnel, Belle            $500,000
                 Chasse...................................
 3038      FL   Implement Busch Boulevard corridor            $2,500,000
                 improvements to improve safety in Tampa..
 3039      MI   Construction of Pittsfield Greenways            $201,000
                 Bridge--nonmotorized bridge enhancement
                 onto existing Bemis Road Bridge,
                 Pittsfield Charter Township..............
 3040       NC  North Carolina. Repair and improve safety    $18,000,000
                 features on US Hwy 19 from Maggie Valley
                 to Cherokee..............................
 3041       NC  Northern Loop Project, City of Wilson.....    $1,000,000
 3042      OR   Weaver Road Extension and Bridge Project,    $17,500,000
                 Douglas County...........................
 3043      MI   Complete 58 miles of White Pine Trail from    $2,800,000
                 Grand Rapids to Cadillac.................
 3044      NY   Elmira Congestion Mitigation..............    $2,000,000
 3045      IL   Improve Roads and Bridges, Cicero.........    $1,500,000
 3046      MI   John-Daly Road Reconstruction--2.5 miles      $2,500,000
                 from northern city limit to southern city
                 limit, Inkster...........................
 3047      UT   Construct pedestrian safety project on the      $325,000
                 Navajo Nation in Montezuma Creek.........
 3048      MD   Construct MD5, Hughesville Bypass.........   $10,000,000
 3049      OH   Repair & Construct Rock Spring Bridge,          $500,000
                 Portage County...........................
 3050      RI   Replace I-195 Washington Bridge Eastbound.    $2,000,000
 3051      UT   Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge Access       $4,500,000
                 Road Improvements, Box Elder County, UT..
 3052      MA   Reconstruction of Union St. and Rt. 138W,     $1,720,000
                 Holbrook.................................
 3053      MI   Replacement of the interchange at 44th        $9,000,000
                 Street and U.S. 131 in Grand Rapids......
 3054      OH   Construct interchange improvements at SR      $1,000,000
                 46 and 82 in Howland Township, Trumbull
                 Co.......................................
 3055      GA   Widen and construct US 84 Connector Bypass    $3,000,000
                 from west of US 84 SR 119 west of
                 Hinesville to US 84 SR 196 south of
                 Flemington, Liberty County, Georgia......
 3056      IL   Project is a stand-alone roadway              $1,000,000
                 improvement consisting of the complete
                 reconstruction of the roadway, The
                 Village of Forest Park...................
 3057      MI   Jackson Freeway Modernization Project. I-    $16,000,000
                 94 Modernization Project from Michigan
                 State Route 60 [M60] easterly to Sargent
                 Road.....................................
 3058      VA   Smart Travel and Traffic Management             $500,000
                 Systems in Salem and Staunton District,
                 Virginia.................................
 3059      OH   Construct Great Miami River Multi-Use         $1,270,000
                 Trail, Miami County, Ohio................
 3060       DC  Rock Creek Recreational Trail study to        $1,000,000
                 assess feasibility of constructing
                 recreation trail.........................
 3061      MI   Study road runoff in Little Black Creek         $400,000
                 between U.S. 31 and Seaway Drive.........
 3062        CA Conducts environmental review of proposed       $500,000
                 improvements related to the connection of
                 Dumbarton Bridge to Highway 101..........
 3063      NY   Construction of and improvements to Union     $1,000,000
                 Road in West Seneca......................
 3064      WI   Upgrade I 43 between State Highway 140 and    $3,000,000
                 East County Line in Rock County,
                 Wisconsin................................
 3065      NJ   Separation of the intersection of 13th        $1,055,000
                 Street and the Lehigh Rail Line through
                 bridge or tunnel in Manville, NJ.........
 3066        CA Construct parking facility and improve          $377,500
                 access to Imperial Valley Expo...........
 3067        CA Develop bicycle paths and pedestrian            $300,000
                 access to Third Avenue, Chula Vista......
 3068      IL   Upgrade County Highways 18 and 22 in          $2,000,000
                 conjunction with state I-57 interchange
                 plan north of Mattoon....................
 3069        CA Widen & Reconfigure Sepulveda & Culver        $2,740,000
                 Boulevards, Culver City..................
 3070      OH   Construct interchange or other appropriate    $6,935,000
                 access on IR 70 west of existing mall
                 road exit in Belmont County..............
 3071      AZ   Widen and expand the existing roadway and     $5,000,000
                 railroad overpass in the Houghton Road
                 Corridor.................................
 3072      OK   Construction of Duncan Bypass Grade           $3,000,000
                 Separation...............................
 3073       SC  Pine Needles Widening & Bridge Replacement    $3,000,000
 3074        CA Olsen Road widening and roadway               $2,100,000
                 improvments in Simi Valley, California...
 3075      GA   Streetscape project to upgrade sidewalks,       $500,000
                 lighting and streets, Jeffersonville.....
 3076      NY   Implement Diamond Grinding Measures on I-       $700,000
                 95, I-278, Mosholu Parkway, I- 495, Grand
                 Central Parkway, and Richmond Parkway....
 3077      MD   Upgrade Conduit System for Traffic Signal     $1,300,000
                 Systems, Street Lighting, and Traffic-
                 related Video Cameras for Baltimore......
 3078      WA   5th Street/US 2 Signalization Improvements      $100,000
                 in Sultan................................
 3079      WI   Implementation of recommendations               $600,000
                 contained in 2005 Safe Routes to School
                 in Superior plan.........................
 3080      LA   Widen and improve LaPlaco Boulevard from      $4,000,000
                 Bayou Segnette to US 90, Jefferson Parish
 3081      NY   Realign Kirk Lake Drive in Carmel.........      $110,000
 3082      NY   Town of Somers road reconstruction........      $500,000
 3083      OH   Upgrade grade crossing safety devices in        $952,000
                 Elyria and North Ridgeville..............
 3084      MS   Widen and improve Martin Bluff Road,          $3,000,000
                 Gautier..................................
 3085        CA Widen and reconstruct Washington Blvd from    $3,000,000
                 westerly city boundary at Vernon to I-5
                 Fwy at Telegraph Rd in Commerce..........
 3086        CA San Diego, CA Interstate 5, Sorrento          $2,000,000
                 Valley Road and Genesee Avenue
                 Interchange Project......................
 3087      OR   Widen I-5 between Portland, Oregon and        $5,000,000
                 Vancouver, Washington....................
 3088      LA   North-South Corridor from Houma/Thibodaux     $5,000,000
                 to I-10..................................
 3089      GA   Warren County I-20 Frontage Road..........    $3,000,000
 3090      KY   Widen KY 11 from US 460 to the Mt.            $2,500,000
                 Sterling Bypass, Montgomery County.......
 3091      OH   Traffic and safety improvements to county     $1,070,000
                 roadways in Geauga County, OH............
 3092        CA Develop bicycle paths and public park         $5,000,000
                 space adjacent to the New River, Calexico
 3093      TN   Constructiion of the Foothills Parkway in     $7,500,000
                 the Great Smoky Mountains National Park..
 3094      PA   Improvements to Torresdale Avenue from        $1,250,000
                 Harbison Avenue to Cottman Avenue........
 3095      GA   Butner Road and Stonewall Tell Road,          $1,000,000
                 Fulton County............................
 3096      OH   Construction of highway-rail grade            $3,250,000
                 separations at intersections in Lima to
                 improve motorist and pedestrian safety...
 3097      OR   Siuslaw River Bridge, Florence............    $4,250,000
 3098        CA Construct Cypress Avenue over-pass to         $3,000,000
                 separate Interstate 10 and Union Pacific
                 Railroad tracks in Fontana...............
 3099        CA Modify and reconfigure Kanan Road             $5,000,000
                 interchange along US101 in Agoura Hills..
 3100      OH   Upgrade and widen intersection for SR 14      $1,000,000
                 in Washingtonville.......................
 3101      NM   Upgrade NM 434 from Mora north to Black       $1,500,000
                 Lake.....................................
 3102      NJ   Upgrade of Turnpike/Route 440 Interchange     $4,000,000
                 in Bayonne...............................
 3103      LA   Widen LA 18 from Northrup Grumman/Avondale    $2,500,000
                 Shipyards to US 90, Jefferson Parish.....
 3104      PA   Widen PA 896 between Strasburg Borough and    $1,200,000
                 US 30....................................
 3105      MI   Eliminate major roadway on Cleary               $500,000
                 University campus and establish a new
                 roadway..................................
 3106      PA   Reconstruction of 11 mile segment of the        $500,000
                 Lower Trail between Williamsport and Mt
                 Edna, Blair County, Pa...................
 3107      KY   Construction of interchange connecting        $2,000,000
                 US31W to I65 at mile marker 32 in Warren
                 County...................................
 3108      AS   Drainage mitigation for Pago Pago village     $1,000,000
                 roads....................................
 3109       NC  Install Sugar Creek Grade Separation......    $3,000,000
 3110      LA   Improvements to LA 46 in St. Bernard            $400,000
                 Parish...................................
 3111      IN   Construct Hoham Drive Extension in              $500,000
                 Plymouth, Indiana........................
 3112      OR   Construct turn lane on Gateway Boulevard,        $90,000
                 Cottage Grove............................
 3113      TN   Replace Unitia Bridge in Loudon County, TN      $900,000
 3114      VA   Replacement of Robertson Bridge in            $6,150,000
                 Danville.................................
 3115      MA   Public Improvements to Springfield              $300,000
                 Symphony Hall............................
 3116      NY   Realign Union Valley Road in Town of            $550,000
                 Carmel...................................
 3117      NY   Village of Pawling Improvements to              $125,000
                 Reservoir Road from State Rt 22 to
                 Prospect St..............................
 3118      MS   Build connector between SR 609 and State      $3,000,000
                 Highway 15 near I-10, Jackson and
                 Harrison Counties........................
 3119        CO I-70 West Mountain Corridor, Denver to        $4,000,000
                 Garfield County..........................
 3120        CA Completion of Interstate 5 and Interstate     $6,000,000
                 8 Connectors, San Diego..................
 3121      FL   Construct US 1 interchange at CR 210, St.     $6,600,000
                 Johns County, Florida....................
 3122      OH   Construct roadway improvement project           $250,000
                 along State Routes 37 and 78 through
                 Fairfield, Perry, Morgan, Noble, Monroe
                 Counties.................................
 3123      IL   Construct I-57 Bridge Overpass, City of         $600,000
                 Markham..................................
 3124      NJ   Design, plan and build a permanent              $500,000
                 pedestrian/bicycle path along the banks
                 of the Elizabeth River...................
 3125      NJ   Improve the US Interstate 78 Interchange      $1,000,000
                 at exit 15 in Franklin Township, Union
                 Township, and Town of Clinton............
 3126        CA Reconstruct Rosecrans Av. and construct         $400,000
                 bus pads from Garfield Av. to Century Bl.
                 in Paramount.............................
 3127      TN   Bristol, Tennessee highway-RR crossing          $100,000
                 grade improvement--USDOT#731120J.........
 3128        CO Glenwood Springs South Bridge (new, off-      $6,500,000
                 system bridge)...........................
 3129      NJ   Improvements of Newark and First Streets        $300,000
                 in Hoboken...............................
 3130      OH   Construct I-70 interchange at Burnett         $1,250,000
                 Road, Springfield........................
 3131      MN   Construction of Gitchi-Gami State Trail       $1,500,000
                 from Silver Bay to Tettegouche State Park
 3132        CA Improvements/Widening of SR 99 from Goshen    $8,200,000
                 to Kingsburg in Tulare County, California
 3133        CA Design and implement Harbor Boulevard ITS     $1,000,000
                 in Garden Grove..........................
 3134      WI   Complete the Glacial Drumlin Trail, from        $300,000
                 Madison to Waukesha......................
 3135      PA   Design and construct turn lanes, signal         $580,000
                 upgrades and improvements at PA 34 and
                 174 intersection.........................
 3136      PA   Design, engineering, ROW acquisition &          $200,000
                 construction of streetscaping
                 enhancements, paving, lighting, safety
                 improvements, parking & roadway redesign
                 in Wright Township, Luzerne County.......
 3137      PA   I-70-I-79 South Interchange Redesign and      $2,000,000
                 Upgrade..................................
 3138      KS   Elimination of highway-railway crossings      $5,730,000
                 at the city of Pittsburg Port Authority
                 to increase safety and reduce congestion.
 3139        CA Improve Access Road to Beale Air Force        $3,750,000
                 Base (Smartville Road)...................
 3140        CA Interstate 215, Los Alamos Road               $2,000,000
                 Interchange Project......................
 3141      NE   Missouri River Bridges between US-34, I-29    $3,500,000
                 in Iowa and US-75 in Nebraska............
 3142      AL   Huntsville Southern Bypass planning and       $3,000,000
                 engineering..............................
 3143      MO   Redesign and reconstruct I-170 interchange      $400,000
                 at Ladue Rd..............................
 3144      NY   Construct Interstate 87 Exit 3 Airport        $3,000,000
                 Connector in Albany......................
 3145        CA Citywide traffic signal upgrades requiring      $500,000
                 the installation of hardware and software
                 at 9 major intersections, Palo Alto......
 3146      OH   Construct replacement of Morgan Township      $3,300,000
                 Road 209 between SR 60 and SR 78 in
                 Morgan County............................
 3147      GU   Construct Route 3A Extension, Municipality    $3,000,000
                 of Yigo..................................
 3148      NY   Construct the Setauket/Port Jefferson         $5,000,000
                 Greenway Trail Project...................
 3149      AR   Develop a railroad overpass connecting        $2,640,000
                 U.S. Highway 67 and U.S. Highway 371 in
                 Prescott.................................
 3150      FL   Construct SR 312 Extension Bypass, St.        $5,300,000
                 Johns County, Florida....................
 3151      GA   Construct Welcome Center, and pedestrian        $500,000
                 trail, Abbeville.........................
 3152      VA   Improve Erickson Avenue and Stone Spring        $750,000
                 Road connection..........................
 3153      TX   Reconstruct Loop 12 IH 35E and SH 183 west    $5,000,000
                 extension to MacArthur, Irving, Texas....
 3154      OR   Completion of the first of three phases of    $6,000,000
                 trails in the Regional Trails Program....
 3155      MN   Construct bridge for Paul Bunyan Trail        $1,500,000
                 over Excelsior Road, Baxter..............
 3156      KY   Reconstruct US-127 at the US-127 and US-        $600,000
                 127 North Bypass, Mercer County..........
 3157        CA Rehabilitate street surface of Addison St.       $47,000
                 between Kester Ave. and Lemona Ave.......
 3158      IL   City of Springfield, IL for improvements        $952,572
                 to Cockrell Lane.........................
 3159      OH   Repair/Construct Mill Street Bridge, Akron    $1,800,000
 3160      MI   Resurface Caseville Road in Huron County..      $192,000
 3161      PA   River Trail and Esplanade Development at        $750,000
                 the Southside Riverfront Park............
 3162      IL   Construct access roads to National Great      $1,410,000
                 Rivers Research Center...................
 3163      IL   Construct Roadway from Mississippi River      $2,000,000
                 Barge Dock to IL Rt 3-IL Rt 157, Cahokia.
 3164      PA   Context Sensitive Design Elements for the     $1,500,000
                 Market Street Bridge, Lycoming County, PA
 3165      NY   Implement Pedestrian Safety Improvements        $500,000
                 on Queens Boulevard......................
 3166      NV   Design and construct interchange on I-15      $1,000,000
                 in Mesquite..............................
 3167        CA Construct grade separations at Washington       $500,000
                 Ave & UPRR crossing east and Washington
                 Ave & La Cadena Drive in Colton..........
 3168      MD   Intercounty Connector.....................    $6,000,000
 3169      MA   Charlemont Bridge, Route 2, Charlemont....    $4,800,000
 3170      MN   CSAH 47 rehabilitation from 165th Ave to        $440,000
                 TH 25, Morrison County...................
 3171      MS   Improve Old Augusta Road and construct        $3,500,000
                 Kaiser Road, Perry County................
 3172      PA   Reconstruction of US 30 from PA 10 to         $5,000,000
                 Business US 30 including travel lanes,
                 shoulders, etc...........................
 3173      NY   Route 78 (Transit Road), Genesee Street to    $3,000,000
                 Main Street, Towns of Amherst,
                 Cheektowaga and Clarence in Erie County..
 3174      NY   Southtowns Connector--Construct              $10,700,000
                 improvements to NY Route 5 from Coast
                 Guard Base to Ohio Street, including
                 Fuhrmann Boulevard.......................
 3175        CA SR 91 I 605 Needs Assessment Study,              $16,000
                 Whittier, CA.............................
 3176      GA   SR 70/Fulton Industrial Boulevard widening    $1,500,000
                 from Camp Creek Parkway to the SCL RR,
                 Fulton County............................
 3177      MO   Ste. Genevieve Co., Missouri Rt. 61 bridge    $1,500,000
                 replacement over Establishment Creek.....
 3178      MN   Construction of intersection at County        $3,000,000
                 Road 5 and TH 13 in City of Burnsville...
 3179      GA   SR 307 overpass over Georgia Port             $4,000,000
                 Authority rail line, Savannah............
 3180      MO   Study railroad reconfiguration to             $1,000,000
                 eliminate highway crossings in and around
                 Springfield, MO..........................
 3181       NC  Construct relocated NC 16 in Lincoln and      $1,700,000
                 Catawba Counties, NC.....................
 3182      IL   Construction of highway approaches to the     $1,600,000
                 Sullivan Road bridge in Aurora, IL.......
 3183      IL   Engineering and construction of 15.1 mile     $1,000,000
                 Alliance trail between Lock 14 in LaSalle
                 and Lock 2 in Bureau Junction............
 3184        CA Construct parking facility and improve        $1,000,000
                 museum pedestrian access from trolley
                 station, San Diego.......................
 3185      PA   Relocation and upgrade of Beaner Hallow       $1,650,000
                 Rd, Beaver County, PA....................
 3186      MN   TH 36-Stillwater Bridge; Acquisition of       $5,000,000
                 ROW......................................
 3187      IL   To construct Veterans Memorial Drive          $1,000,000
                 Extension. Will link Mt. Vernon on the
                 east side of I-57 with incorporated area
                 lying west...............................
 3188      MN   I-494 US 169 Interchange Reconstruction,      $5,000,000
                 Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Minnesota.
 3189      AL   Jackson County Industrial Park Access         $1,000,000
                 Road, Hollywood..........................
 3190      FL   4 lane Archer Road from SW 62nd to SW 24th    $3,000,000
                 Ave. , Gainesville.......................
 3191      AK   Construct access road and a bridge            $3,000,000
                 crossing the Naknek River terminus points
                 in South Naknek-King Salmon Highway......
 3192      NY   Route 303 Orangeburg Road and Route 340       $1,000,000
                 and Erie Street intersection.............
 3193      MS   Upgrade roads in Port Gibson (U.S. Hwy          $400,000
                 61), Claiborne County....................
 3194      GA   Construct Horsestamp Road Interchange on I-   $1,000,000
                 95 in Camden County, Georgia.............
 3195      MO   Upgrade Route 94 in St. Charles County       $12,000,000
                 from East of Harvester road to West of
                 Mid-Rivers Drive.........................
 3196      OH   Upgrade Rt. 665 Bridge over I-71 and widen   $14,000,000
                 I-71 between Rt. 665 and I-270 by one
                 lane in each direction in Grove City, OH.
 3197      NY   Village of Highland Falls repaving and           $75,000
                 sidewalk construction of Berry Hill Road.
 3198      PA   Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, four       $2,000,000
                 lane limited access facility connecting
                 State Road 119 to the Pennsylvania
                 Turnpike (Sony Connector)................
 3199      NJ   Edison National Historic Site Traffic           $240,000
                 Improvement Project to improve traffic
                 flow and promote safety..................
 3200      IL   Construction of Eldamain Road over the Fox    $2,500,000
                 River....................................
 3201        CA Construction of a traffic signal at the         $125,000
                 intersection of Oso Ave. and Vanowen St..
 3202      OR   Reroute U.S. 97 at Redmond, OR and improve    $7,000,000
                 the intersection of U.S. 97 and Oregon
                 126......................................
 3203        CA Widen & realign Cherry Avenue from 19th       $4,000,000
                 Street to one block south of Pacific
                 Coast Highway, Signal Hill...............
 3204      AR   Ft. Smith, Arkansas: Improvements to Jenny    $6,000,000
                 Lind Rd. and Ingersoll Rd................
 3205      OH   Widen Pearl Road in Strongsville..........    $1,000,000
 3206        CA Interstate 5 and State Route 78               $5,000,000
                 Interchange Improvements.................
 3207      OK   Improvements to SH3 from Antlers to Broken    $6,250,000
                 Bow......................................
 3208      KY   Construct the Albany Bypass in Clinton        $6,000,000
                 County...................................
 3209        CA Highway 74 and Interstate 215 Interchange     $1,000,000
                 Project..................................
 3210       SC  Improve intersection and corridor on US      $10,000,000
                 278 to improve safety. Poss build
                 frontage roads widen road & change
                 traffic controls.........................
 3211      WA   Port of Bellingham Transportation             $9,500,000
                 Enhancement Projects.....................
 3212      OH   Rehabilitation of SR 53 from Miami St to      $1,000,000
                 North city limits including approaches to
                 the CSX railroad bridge, City of Tiffin..
 3213      OH   Upgrade U.S. Route 30 between State Route    $10,090,000
                 235 and Upper Sandusky in Hancock and
                 Wyandot Counties.........................
 3214      MN   Main Street streetscape reconstruction,       $1,900,000
                 2nd Street from Ash Ave. to State Hwy 2,
                 and Grand Utley Ave from 2nd Street to
                 6th Street N. across State Hwy 2, Cass
                 Lake.....................................
 3215      NJ   Warren County, NJ Route 57 and County         $2,700,000
                 Route 519 Intersection Improvements......
 3216      HI   Widen Queen Kaahumanu Highway.............    $3,000,000
 3217        CT Widen Route 34, Derby.....................    $3,000,000
 3218      IN   Construction of County Road 17--Elkhart,      $5,000,000
                 IN.......................................
 3219      PA   Widen Route 666 in Forest County..........    $1,500,000
 3220        CA Upgrade Jepson Parkway at North and South     $4,000,000
                 Gates of Travis Air Force Base and widen
                 Vanden Road segment, Solano County.......
 3221        CT Widen Route 67, Seymour...................    $1,000,000
 3222      PR   Widen Route 835 to provide ready access to    $6,000,000
                 Guaynado and facilitate housing,
                 industrial, commercial, & recreational
                 development..............................
 3223        CT Widen Canal Street, Shelton, CT...........      $500,000
 3224      NJ   Construct CR 521-Ocean Drive & Middle         $2,000,000
                 Thoroughfare Bridge Replacement, Cape May
                 County...................................
 3225      OR   I-205 widening, Clackamas County..........    $2,000,000
 3226      OK   Construct interchange south of I-40 along       $250,000
                 Indian Nation Turnpike near Henryetta....
 3227      MO   Complete upgrade of U.S. 40-61 to             $2,000,000
                 interstate status on two section, from I
                 70 to Lake St. Louis exit and Highway K
                 to Highway DD............................
 3228      TX   Abilene, TX, Dyess Air Force Base North      $13,900,000
                 Entry Access Project with related
                 improvments..............................
 3229        CA Construction and enhancements of trails in    $1,000,000
                 the Santa Monica Mountains National
                 Recreation Area..........................
 3230      KY   Construct South Airfield Road, Boone          $3,000,000
                 County, Kentucky.........................
 3231      LA   Construction of pedestrian and bike path        $200,000
                 adjacent to Tammany Trace Rails-to-Trails
                 Corridor.................................
 3232      NY   Construction of pedestrian walkways in          $100,000
                 Village of Northport.....................
 3233      NV   Design and Construction of I-80               $2,000,000
                 interchange in Fernley...................
 3234      OH   Eastgate Area Improvements, I-275 & SR 32,    $4,200,000
                 Clermont County..........................
 3235      PA   Pennsylvania Turnpike-Interstate 95          $10,000,000
                 Interchange Project, Bucks County, PA....
 3236      GA   Commission a study & report regarding           $100,000
                 construction & desgnation of a new
                 Interstate linking Augusta, Macon,
                 Columbus, Montgomery, & Natchez..........
 3237        CT Construct Shoreline Greenway Trail,           $1,000,000
                 Madison..................................
 3238      NE   New roads and overpasses to relieve           $9,000,000
                 congestion and improve traffic flow
                 Antelope Valley--Lincoln, NE.............
 3239        CA Reconstruct Atlantic Av. and improve          $3,250,000
                 drainage from Ardmore St. to Imperial
                 Hwy. in South Gate.......................
 3240      SD   Construct Railroad Underpass on Hwy 34 in     $1,100,000
                 Pierre...................................
 3241      AR   I40-Highway 89 Interchange................    $3,000,000
 3242      WA   Kent, WA Willis Street UP Railroad Grade        $500,000
                 Separation Project.......................
 3243      IL   Replace Interstate 74 Bridge, Moline......    $4,000,000
 3244        CA Implement SFgo Van Ness Corridor              $7,000,000
                 Improvements.............................
 3245       NC  Battleground Avenue Rail to Trail Project,    $1,000,000
                 Guilford County, NC......................
 3246      IL   Construction of an Extension of Atkinson      $6,000,000
                 Road to Intersect with IL 120 and IL 137.
 3247      OH   I-70, I-71 Split reconfiguration, Columbus    $8,000,000
 3248      MI   Delta County, CR 186 from M-35 at Brampton      $240,000
                 to US2 and US41-bituminous overlay with
                 super elevation, correction, curb, and
                 gutter...................................
 3249      TN   Niota, TN Improving Vehicle Effiecies at         $99,000
                 At-Grade highway-Railroad Crossings......
 3250      NY   Construct access to the NYS Thruway -         $1,500,000
                 Montezuma National Wildlife Reserve......
 3251      MN   Corridor design work, I-94 and Radio            $500,000
                 Drive, Woodbury, MN......................
 3252      TN   Develop trails, bike paths and                  $250,000
                 recreational facilities on Brady
                 Mountain, Cumberland County for
                 Cumberland Trail State Park..............
 3253      WA   Access Downtown Phase II: I-405 Downtown     $11,500,000
                 Bellevue Circulation Improvements........
 3254      PA   Reconstruct PA Route 274, at PA Route 11/     $1,000,000
                 15, Duncannon............................
 3255      PA   Road and pedestrian improvements and          $1,500,000
                 reallignment, through construction, in
                 York City NW Triangle....................
 3256      NY   Rockland County highway railroad grade        $1,750,000
                 crossing safety improvements.............
 3257      OH   Calm traffic on Greenfield St in City of      $1,700,000
                 Tiffin and improve intersection of
                 Greenfield St with Routes 18 and 101.....
 3258      IA   Construction of NW 26th St interchange on     $1,000,000
                 I 35, Polk Co............................
 3259      NY   To conduct scoping studies along proposed     $6,000,000
                 Northern Tier Expressway.................
 3260      IL   Undertake Traffic Mitigation and              $2,000,000
                 Circulation Enhancements on 57th and Lake
                 Shore Drive, Chicago.....................
 3261      IL   For the the construction of a highway on      $1,750,000
                 new alignment to create a cross town
                 route across Godfrey.....................
 3262      MI   Construct Industrial Park Service Road and      $494,000
                 Caine Road Bridge Replacement. Village of
                 Millington, Tuscola County...............
 3263      TX   Loop 281 Mobility and Safety Improvements,    $3,420,000
                 Longview, TX.............................
 3264      TX   Upgrade Fulghum Road Bridge on I-45 in        $3,100,000
                 Dallas County (TX) to provide safety and
                 access for expanded intermodal traffic...
 3265      MN   Edge of Wilderness Discovery Center,            $471,000
                 Marcell..................................
 3266      IN   Construction of Star Hill Road, Clark         $2,215,000
                 County, Indiana..........................
 3267      TN   Plan and construct a bicycle and                $400,000
                 pedestrian trail, Shelbyville............
 3268      TX   Construct Park Row bypass from Texas State    $2,000,000
                 Highway 6 to the Eldridge Parkway in
                 Houston, TX..............................
 3269        CA Implement Northwest San Fernando Valley       $3,056,000
                 Road and Safety Improvements.............
 3270      KY   Construct two bridges across the Ohio        $35,000,000
                 River from Louisville to southern Indiana
 3271      ME   Construction of the Gorham Village Bypass,   $11,220,000
                 Gorham...................................
 3272      OK   Reconstruction of the I-40 Crosstown         $20,000,000
                 Expressway from I-44 to I-35 in downtown
                 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma..................
 3273      MD   I-695, MD147 to I-695.....................    $4,740,000
 3274       SC  Upgrade Hwy. 21 Bypass Grade Crossings....    $1,000,000
 3275      MD   Upgrade MD 175 in Anne Arundel County         $1,000,000
                 between MD 170 and the Baltimore
                 Washington Parkway.......................
 3276      OK   Construct and widen six lanes on             $11,000,000
                 Interstate 44 from the Arkansas River
                 extending east approximately 3.7 miles to
                 Yale Avenue in Tulsa, OK.................
 3277      OR   North Bend Waterfront District Boardwalk        $992,000
                 Construction.............................
 3278        CT Make Improvements to North Stonington, CT       $500,000
                 Westerly, R.I. Pawcatuck River Bridge....
 3279      VA   Construct improvements at I-264 Witchduck    $11,750,000
                 Road interchange in Virginia Beach.......
 3280        CA Construct Western Placerville Interchanges    $3,000,000
                 on State Route 50........................
 3281        CT Construction of Housatonic River Walk,        $1,000,000
                 Shelton, CT..............................
 3282      NY   NYS Route 5, 8, 12 Interchange                $1,000,000
                 reconstruction: Town of New Hartford.....
 3283      NY   Implement Improvements for Pedestrian         $1,000,000
                 Safety in Bronx County...................
 3284        CA Improve West Adams Blvd Streetscape in          $200,000
                 West Adams Historic District, Los Angeles
 3285        CA Improve access from I-8 and construct         $1,000,000
                 parking lot for the Imperial Sand Dunes
                 Recreation Area Visitor's Center,
                 Imperial Valley..........................
 3286      PA   Construction of low-impact, spine roadway    $10,000,000
                 serving the North Delaware Riverfront
                 corridor, City of Philadelphia...........
 3287      AL   Construct interchange on I-59 between I-59    $3,000,000
                 and 49th Street in Fort Payne, AL........
 3288      FL   Coordinated Regional Transportation Study     $1,500,000
                 of US 98 from Pensacola Bay Bridge,
                 Escambia County, to Hathaway Bridge, Bay
                 County, Florida..........................
 3289      GA   Leesburg North Bypass from US 19 to SR          $500,000
                 195, Lee County..........................
 3290      LA   Peters Road improvements in Plaquemines       $1,000,000
                 Parish...................................
 3291      GA   Upgrade sidewalks, lighting, landscaping        $500,000
                 from Cherry Street to Hampton Street,
                 Industrial Park to Dooly Street,
                 Montezuma................................
 3292      NY   Intermodal transportation facility just       $1,000,000
                 off of the Bronx River Parkway's exit 6..
 3293      GA   US 27 Reconstruction from Colquit to CR       $1,000,000
                 279......................................
 3294      TX   Loop 180 (Project code 1190-01-035) in        $1,000,000
                 Whitney, TX from FM 933/ FM 1713 to FM
                 933S of Whitney..........................
 3295      IA   US 30 widening, reconstruction in Story       $2,300,000
                 and Marshall Counties, Iowa..............
 3296      TX   US 377 interchange construction (at B377      $1,500,000
                 and Hwy 144) Hood Co.....................
 3297      NY   Construct and improve pedestrian                $500,000
                 streetscapes along Sunrise Highway in
                 Freeport.................................
 3298      IA   Construct Principal Riverwalk, Des Moines.    $5,000,000
 3299      NY   Construct access ramps to Rt. 32-6-17-CR      $8,000,000
                 105 in Orange County.....................
 3300      IL   Resurface Shawnee College Road, Pulaski       $1,268,245
                 County...................................
 3301      MI   Canton, Pave Cherry Hill Rd. between          $2,000,000
                 Canton Ctr., and Haggerty................
 3302      AR   Springdale, AR--Improvements to Johnson       $7,000,000
                 Road. From Hwy 412 to I-540 through
                 Springdale and Johnson...................
 3303       NC  Environmental studies and construction of     $6,000,000
                 Garden Parkway...........................
 3304      AZ   US 60 and US 93 connection on the eastern     $2,000,000
                 edge of central Wickenburg...............
 3305      GA   Construction of I-575 HOV Lanes from Sixes    $1,000,000
                 Road to S.R. 20, Cherokee County, Georgia
 3306      WA   I-405-SR 167 interchange--rebuild the         $2,000,000
                 interchange and add additional lanes to
                 relieve congestion.......................
 3307      MN   US10 corridor improvement between Blaine      $2,500,000
                 and St. Cloud: design and ROW acquisition
 3308        CA Walnut Grove at Broadway Intersection           $250,000
                 Capacity Enhancements, San Gabriel.......
 3309      KY   Widen and Reconstruct KY 698 at Mason Gap     $1,200,000
                 Road, Lincoln County.....................
 3310      OR   Medford, OR to construct sidewalks and        $1,000,000
                 improve storm drainage and gutters for
                 the Citys Safe Walk Plan.................
 3311      MN   Construct a pedestrian and bicycle bridge     $1,097,600
                 across TH 169, Onamia....................
 3312      NY   Improve Montauk Highway from CR46 to          $8,000,000
                 Barnes Road, Suffolk County..............
 3313        CA San Diego, CA Construction of North Coast     $1,000,000
                 Interstate 5.............................
 3314      AR   Study and construction of 8th Street, in     $37,000,000
                 Bentonville, AR from Interstate 540,
                 (including direct access to I-540) to SW
                 Elm Tree Road............................
 3315      MN   Cedar Lake Regional Trail, Minneapolis....    $3,000,000
3316       TX   Reconstruct Union Pacific Railroad bridge     $1,000,000
                 over widened Business U.S. 287...........
3317       AK   Anchorage Traffic Congestion Relief.......   $10,000,000
3318       VA   Expansion of Battlefield Parkway from East    $2,000,000
                 Market Street at Route 7 to Sycolin Road,
                 SE.......................................
3319       OR   Construction of the I-84, US 395 Stanfield    $2,000,000
                 Interchange Improvement Project..........
3320       IN   Design and reconstruct residential streets      $930,000
                 in the City of Muncie, Indiana...........
3321         CA Improvement of Main Street--Shenandoah        $1,000,000
                 Road/SR-49 Intersection, Plymouth........
3322       SD   Design and construct new Meridian Bridge      $4,000,000
                 across the Missouri River south of
                 Yankton, South Dakota....................
3323       AK   Earthwork and roadway construction Gravina   $48,000,000
                 Access Project...........................
3324       GA   Improvement and construction of SR 40 from    $1,000,000
                 east of St. Marys cutoff at mile post
                 5.0, Charlton County to County Route 61,
                 Camden County, Georgia...................
3325       NJ   Route 22 Sustainable Corridor Plan........    $3,750,000
3326       OR   Hood River, OR, Frontage Road Crossing          $500,000
                 Project..................................
3327       GA   Construct and Improve Westside Parkway,       $2,000,000
                 Northern Section, in Fulton County.......
3328       MP   Planning design and construction of East     $12,000,000
                 Coast Highway/ Route 36, Saipan..........
3329       GA   Widen SR 133 from Spence Field to SR 35 in    $1,000,000
                 Colquitt County, Georgia.................
3330       FL   West Palm Beach, Florida, Flagler Drive       $1,000,000
                 Reconfiguration..........................
3331       FL   Implement Snake Road (BIA Route 1281)         $1,000,000
                 Widening and Improvements................
3332       NY   Reconstruction of Portland Ave. from          $3,000,000
                 Rochester City line to Titus Ave in
                 Irondequoit, NY..........................
3333       FL   Alleviate congestion at Atlantic Corridor       $500,000
                 Greenway Network, City of Miami Beach, FL
3334       NM   Development of the Paseo del Volcan           $2,000,000
                 corridor equally split between Sandoval
                 County from Iris Road to US Highway 550
                 and the I-40 Paseo del Vulcan Interchange
3335       WA   SR 704 Cross-Base Highway, Spanaway Loop      $5,000,000
                 Road to SR 7.............................
3336         CA Restoration of Victoria Avenue in the City      $500,000
                 of Riverside, CA.........................
3337       MN   I-494 Lane Addition.......................    $2,000,000
3338       GA   Uptown Jogging, Bicycle, Trolley Trail,         $500,000
                 Columbus Georgia.........................
3339         CA Study and construct highway alternatives     $15,750,000
                 between Orange and Riverside Counties,
                 directed by RCTC, working with local
                 transp. authorities, and guided by the
                 current MIS..............................
3340       OH   Rehabilitation or replacement of highway-       $300,000
                 rail grade separations along the West
                 Central Ohio Port Authority route in
                 Champaign and Clark Counties.............
3341       FL   Improvements to I-75 in the City of           $2,250,000
                 Pembroke Pines, Florida..................
3342       LA   Construction of new interchange Causeway      $1,800,000
                 at Earhart-LA 3139.......................
3343       GA   Construction of infrastructure for inter-       $500,000
                 parcel access, median upgrades, lighting,
                 and beautification along Highway 78
                 corridor.................................
3344       MI   Design, Right-of-Way and Construction of      $3,000,000
                 the I-196 Chicago Drive (Baldwin Street)
                 Interchange Modificaiton, Michigan.......
3345       VA   I-66 and Route 29 Gainesville Interchange     $7,000,000
                 Project..................................
3346       FL   SR 688 Ulmerton Road Widening (Lake          $10,000,000
                 Seminole Bypass Canal to El Centro
                 Ranchero)................................
3347       OK   Navajoe Gateway Improvements Project, U.S.    $1,000,000
                 62 in Altus, OK..........................
3348       NV   Construction of Carson City Freeway.......    $1,000,000
3349       TN   Upgrade lights and gates and motion sensor      $200,000
                 controlling circuitry at the highway rail
                 grade crossing located on Wenasoga Road/
                 FAS 8224, Middleton, TN..................
3350       WV   Construct connector road from north end of      $750,000
                 RHL Boulevard to State Route 601
                 (Jefferson Road).........................
3351       NY   Construct Siena College campus perimeter      $1,000,000
                 road, Loudonville, NY....................
3352       AL   Construct additional lanes on SR 77 from      $1,700,000
                 Southside, Alabama to Green Valley Road..
3353       TX   Environmental mitigation related to the SH    $2,000,000
                 195 project and related improvements in
                 Williamson County that had adverse
                 effects on the Karst cave system.........
3354       AL   The City of Calera, Alabama--Northern         $6,800,000
                 Bypass Segment (U.S. Highway 31 to
                 Alabama State Highway 25)................
3355       WA   Construct a single point urban interchange    $1,350,000
                 (SPUI) under I-5 at South 272nd St.......
3356       IN   Reconstruct bridges at County Roads 200E        $500,000
                 and 300E in LaPorte County, Indiana......
3357       MI   Widen and Reconstruct Walton Blvd in          $7,400,000
                 Auburn Hills from Opdyke to Squirrel Rd..
3358       GA   Commission a study and report regarding         $300,000
                 the construction and designation of a new
                 Interstate linking Savannah, Augusta, &
                 Knoxville................................
3359       TX   Construct pedestrian and bicycle amenities    $3,000,000
                 on Seawall Blvd Galveston, Tx............
3360         CA Pedestrian Beach Trail in San Clemente, CA    $1,000,000
3361       TX   US90--Construct 6 mainlanes from east of      $2,000,000
                 Mercury to east of Wallisville...........
3362       PA   Construct highway safety and capacity           $900,000
                 improvements to improve the access to the
                 KidsPeace Broadway Campus................
3363       GA   GA 400 and McGinnis Ferry Road                  $900,000
                 Interchange, Forsyth County, GA..........
3364       GA   Construction of bypass around town of           $500,000
                 Hiram, from SR 92 to US 278, Paulding
                 County, Georgia..........................
3365       GA   Construct US 411 Connector from US 41 to I-   $1,000,000
                 75, Bartow County, Georgia...............
3366       TX   Construct access road connecting Port of      $1,320,000
                 Beaumont property on east bank of Neches
                 River to I-10 access road east of the
                 Neches River.............................
3367       MD   US 220/MD 53 North-South Corridor.........    $1,000,000
3368       FL   Acquire Right-of-Way for Ludlam Trail,          $250,000
                 Miami, Florida...........................
3369       NY   Construct Northern State Parkway and LIE      $1,700,000
                 access at Marcus Ave. and Lakeville Rd.
                 and associated Park and Ride.............
3370       PA   Construct interim U.S. 422 improvements at    $1,000,000
                 Valley Forge river crossing..............
3371       NY   Design and construction of Renaissance        $2,000,000
                 Square in Rochester, NY..................
3372       AL   Alabama Hwy 36 Extension and Widening--         $300,000
                 Phase II.................................
3373       PA   Northfield site roadway extension from Rte      $500,000
                 60 to Industrial Park near the Pittsburgh
                 International Airport....................
3374       OH   Plan and construct pedestrian trail along       $950,000
                 the Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail in
                 downtown Akron, OH.......................
3375       TX   Reconstruct I-30 Trinity River Bridge--      $34,000,000
                 Dallas, TX...............................
3376       TX   Reconstruct I-30 Trinity River Bridge--       $1,000,000
                 Dallas, TX...............................
3377       GA   Construction of interchange on I-985 north    $1,000,000
                 of SR-13, Hall County Georgia............
3378       TX   Construction of circulation roadway at        $1,500,000
                 Galveston cruise ship terminal...........
3379       FL   Temple Terrace Highway Modification.......    $1,000,000
3380       WY   Burma Rd: Extension from I-90 to Lakeway      $2,000,000
                 Rd.......................................
3381       NJ   Construct Western Blvd. extension from        $4,000,000
                 Northern Blvd to S.H. Rt. 9, Ocean
                 County, NJ...............................
3382       FL   Powerline Rearvision motor carrier              $100,000
                 backover motor carrier safety research...
3383       NH   Environmental mitigation at Sybiak Farm in    $1,500,000
                 Londonderry to offset effects of I-93
                 improvements.............................
3384       MI   East Grand River Improvements, Brighton       $2,000,000
                 Township, Michigan.......................
3385       KY   Replace Brent Spence Bridge, Kenton           $2,000,000
                 County, Kentucky.........................
3386       TX   Construction of projects that relieve        $12,000,000
                 congestion in and around the Texas
                 Medical Center complex...................
3387         CA Hazel Avenue ITS Improvements, Folsom           $500,000
                 Blvd. to Placer County...................
3388       FL   SR 688 Ulmerton Road widening (west of       $10,000,000
                 38th street to west of I275).............
3389       NH   Environmental mitigation at Crystal Lake      $1,900,000
                 in Manchester to offset effects of I-93
                 improvements.............................
3390       VA   Widening I-95 between Rte 123 and Fairfax     $1,000,000
                 County Parkway...........................
3391       PA   Armstrong County, PA Slatelick Interchange    $2,400,000
                 for PA 28 at SR 3017.....................
3392       OK   Reconstruct the I-44--Ft. Still Key Gate      $1,000,000
                 Interchange..............................
3393       GA   Greene County, Georgia conversion of I-20     $2,000,000
                 and Carey Station Road overpass to full
                 interchange..............................
3394       OH   Upgrade overpass and interchange at US 24     $1,000,000
                 and SR 66 in the City of Defiance........
3395       NE   I-80 Interchange at Pflug Road, Sarpy         $1,000,000
                 County, Nebraska.........................
3396       FL   Conduct planning and engineering for SR70       $500,000
                 widening in Hardee, DeSoto and Okeechobee
                 Counties.................................
3397       VA   Cathodic Bridge Protection for Veterans         $700,000
                 Memorial Bridge and the Berkely Bridge in
                 the Commonwealth of Virginia.............
3398       IN   Reconstruct McClung Road from State Road        $750,000
                 39 to Park Street in LaPorte, Indiana....
3399       OH   Riversouth Street Network Improvements in     $3,000,000
                 Columbus.................................
3400       GA   National Infantry Museum Transportation       $3,750,000
                 Network, Georgia.........................
3401       AK   Wideband multimedia mobile emergency          $5,000,000
                 communications pilot project Wasilla,
                 Alaska...................................
3402       MD   Widen road and improve interchanges of I-     $1,000,000
                 81 from south of I-70 to north of Halfway
                 Boulevard................................
3403       TX   Expansion of U.S. 385 4-lane divide south     $2,000,000
                 of Crane to McCarney.....................
3404       VA   Old Mill Road Extension...................    $1,000,000
3405       GA   Commission a study & report regarding           $300,000
                 construction & desgnation of a new
                 Interstate linking Augusta, Macon,
                 Columbus, Montgomery, & Natchez..........
3406         CO Improvements on US 36 corridor from I-25      $2,000,000
                 to Boulder. Improvements include
                 interchange and overpass reconstruction..
3407       AZ   Design and construct bridge and roadway       $3,000,000
                 approaches across Tonto Creek at Sheeps
                 Crossing south of Payson, AZ.............
3408       NE   Missouri River Bridges between U.S. 34, I-    $2,500,000
                 29 in Iowa and U.S. 75 in Nebraska.......
3409       NY   Reconstruct--Orangeport Road from NYS Rte       $850,000
                 31 to Slayton Settlement Road--Niagara
                 County, NY...............................
3410       TN   Construct sound-walls between I-65 and          $830,000
                 Harding Place in Davidson County.........
3411       ID   Reconstruct and Realign SH-55 in Idaho        $2,000,000
                 between Mileposts 94 and 102.............
3412       FL   Pinellas Countywide Intelligent              $10,000,000
                 Transportation System--Phase 2...........
3413       OK   Realignment of US 287 around Boise City,      $1,000,000
                 OK.......................................
3414       FL   Replace Heckscher Drive (SR 105) Bridge       $2,000,000
                 across Broward River.....................
3415       TX   FM 156 Road Relocation at Alliance            $1,000,000
                 Airport, Texas...........................
3416       TX   Upgrade Caesar Chavez Boulevard from San      $3,000,000
                 Antonio Street to Brazos Street..........
3417       FL   Coral Way, SR 972 Highway Beautification,       $500,000
                 Phase One, Miami, Florida................
3418       OR   Cascade Locks Marine Park Underpass to          $500,000
                 address necessary improvements...........
3419       NY   Reconstruction of East Genesee Street         $3,500,000
                 connective corridor to Syracuse
                 University in Syracuse, NY...............
3420       IL   For Cook County to reconstruct and widen        $450,000
                 127th Street between Smith Road and State
                 Street in Lemont.........................
3421       TN   Widen I-65 from SR-840 to SR-96, including      $970,000
                 interchange modification at Goose Creek
                 Bypass, Williamson County................
3422         CA Auburn Boulevard Improvements, City of          $500,000
                 Citrus Heights...........................
3423       LA   Bossier Parish Congestion Relief..........    $3,000,000
3424       LA   Fund the 8.28 miles of the El Camino East-    $2,000,000
                 West Corridor along LA 6 from LA 485 near
                 Robeline, LA to I-49.....................
3425       FL   Bryan Dairy Road improvements from Starkey    $4,000,000
                 Road to 72nd Street......................
3426       GA   Buckhead Community Improvements to            $1,000,000
                 rehabilitate State Road 141, including
                 lane straightening, addition of median,
                 installation of left turn bays at two
                 intersections, addition of bicycle lanes,
                 sidewalks, clear zones and landscape
                 buffers..................................
3427       VA   Purchase specialized tunnel fire safety         $800,000
                 equipment, Hampton Roads.................
3428       MI   Holmes Road Reconstruction--From Prospect     $2,000,000
                 Road to Michigan Avenue, Charter Township
                 of Ypsilanti.............................
3429       TN   Construct a system of greenways in            $1,000,000
                 Nashville--Davidson County...............
3430       UT   Improve pedestrian and traffic safety in      $2,000,000
                 Holladay.................................
3431       OH   Construction of road improvements from        $1,350,000
                 Richmond Road to Cuyahoga Community
                 College, Warrensville Heights............
3432       OH   Construct road with access to memorial        $1,000,000
                 Shoreway, Cleveland......................
3433       TX   North Cameron County East-West Railroad         $100,000
                 Relocation Project.......................
3434       OR   Construct Pathway From Multimodal Transit       $520,000
                 Station to Swanson Park, Albany..........
3435       NY   Transportation Initiative to provide for a      $750,000
                 parking facility, in the vicinity of the
                 Manhattan College Community..............
3436       NY   Phase II Corning Preserve Transportation      $6,000,000
                 Enhancement Project......................
3437       NY   Study of Goods movement through I-278 in      $1,500,000
                 New York City and New Jersey.............
3438       NY   Study and Implement Traffic Improvements      $1,000,000
                 to the area surrounding the Stillwell
                 Avenue train station.....................
3439         CA Expand Diesel Emission Reduction Program      $3,100,000
                 of Gateway Cities COG....................
3440       TX   Construct pedestrian walkway on Houston       $1,000,000
                 Texas' Main Street Corridor..............
3441         CA Sacramento County, California--Watt Avenue    $4,000,000
                 Multi-modal Mobility Improvements, Kiefer
                 Boulevard to Fair Oaks Boulevard.........
3442       NJ   Passaic River--Newark Bay Restoration and       $500,000
                 Pollution Abatement Project, Route 21....
3443       NJ   Downtown West Orange streetscape and          $1,500,000
                 traffic improvement program..............
3444       NY   High-Speed EZ pass at the New Rochelle        $1,000,000
                 Toll Plaza, New Rochelle.................
3445       TX   Access to Regional Multi-Modal Center--FM     $2,000,000
                 1016 and SH 115..........................
3446       AR   For acquisition and construction of an          $200,000
                 alternate transportation (pedestrian/
                 bicycle) trail from East Little Rock to
                 Pinnacle Mountain State Park.............
3447       MN   Construct 4th Street overpass grade             $199,794
                 separation crossing a BNSF Rail Road,
                 City of Carlton..........................
3448       TX   North Rail Relocation Project, Harlingen..    $2,000,000
3449       MN   Construct Pfeifer Road, remove 10 foot          $251,717
                 raised crossing, Twin Lakes Township.....
3450       MS   Safety improvements and to widen Hardy          $800,000
                 Street at the intersection of U.S. 49 in
                 Hattiesburg..............................
3451       OH   Reconstruction of U.S. Route 20 and Ohio        $500,000
                 Route 113 (Center Ridge Road), Rocky
                 River....................................
3452       MN   Safety improvements to TH 169 between        $23,400,000
                 Virginia and Winton......................
3453       LA   U.S. 190 (LA 22 to Little Bayou Castine)      $1,000,000
                 Widening.................................
3454        NC  Acquisition of rail corridors for use as      $2,000,000
                 bicycle and pedestrian trails, Durham....
3455       MN   TH 61 Reconstruction from 2.7 miles to 6.2   $10,067,000
                 miles north of Tofte.....................
3456       MN   Phase II/part II--CSAH 15 to East of          $2,840,000
                 Scenic Highway 7 (1.2 miles).............
3457       MN   Reconstruction with some rehabilitation of    $1,000,000
                 roadway with storm water sewer system
                 construction from eastern boundary of the
                 Bois Forte Indian Reservation and ending
                 at ``T'' intersection of roadway (3.5
                 miles)...................................
3458       MS   Widen 4th Street in Hattiesburg...........    $3,200,000
3459       NJ   Study of safe and efficient commercial          $500,000
                 multi-modal transportation systems
                 serving the East Coast Port Complex......
3460       IL   Improve roads and enhance area in the         $1,000,000
                 vicinity of S. Archer Avenue and Midway
                 Airport, Chicago.........................
3461       IL   Construct Leon Pass overpass, Hodgkins....      $800,000
3462       IL   Undertake Streetscaping project on Harlem     $4,000,000
                 Avenue initiating from 71st Street to I-
                 80, Cook County..........................
3463       IL   Construct bike path, parking facility, and    $2,000,000
                 related transportation enhancement
                 projects, North Riverside................
3464       IL   Upgrade Roads, Summit.....................      $800,000
3465       IL   Undertake streetscaping on Ridgeland            $800,000
                 Avenue, Oak Park Avenue, and 26th Street,
                 Berwyn...................................
3466       IL   Construct bike/pedestrian path and related      $600,000
                 facilities in Spring Rock Park, Western
                 Springs..................................
3467       SD   Extend the Sioux Falls Bike Trail to the      $1,200,000
                 Great Bear Recreation Area...............
3468       SD   Redesign T corner on BIA #2 5 miles SW of       $750,000
                 Kyle on the Pine Ridge Reservation.......
3469       SD   Extend bike trail in Pine Ridge to the          $250,000
                 SuAnne Big Crow Boys & Girls Center......
3470       SD   Extend bicycle trail system in Aberdeen...      $800,000
3471       GA   City of Moultrie Streetscape Improvements,      $750,000
                 Phase III................................
3472       GA   Restore and renovate for historic               $500,000
                 preservation and museum the 1906 AB&A
                 Railroad Building, Fitzgerald............
3473       GA   Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and        $500,000
                 add landscaping, Ocilla..................
3474       GA   Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and        $750,000
                 add landscaping, Newton County...........
3475       GA   Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and        $500,000
                 add landscaping, Monticello..............
3476       GA   City of Sylvester Bicycle and Pedestrian        $500,000
                 Project..................................
3477       GA   Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and        $750,000
                 add landscaping, Tifton..................
3478       GA   Improve sidewalks and curbs on Wheeler          $500,000
                 Avenue and Carlos Avenues, Ashburn.......
3479       GA   Improve sidewalks, upgrade lighting, and        $500,000
                 add landscaping, Jackson.................
3480         CA Construct traffic circle in San Ysidro at       $300,000
                 the intersection of Via de San Ysidro and
                 West San Ysidro Boulevard, San Diego.....
3481         CA Construct and resurface unimproved roads      $1,000,000
                 in the Children's Village Ranch and
                 improve access from Children's Village
                 Ranch to Lake Morena Drive, San Diego
                 County...................................
3482         CA Project design and environmental              $2,700,000
                 assessment of widening and improving the
                 interchange at ``H'' Street and I-5,
                 Chula Vista, Chula Vista.................
3483       FL   Jacksonville International Airport Access     $2,000,000
                 Rd. to I-95, Jacksonville................
3484       FL   Mathews Bridge Replacement, Jacksonville..    $1,000,000
3485       FL   Hecksher Bridge Replacement, Jacksonville.    $1,000,000
3486       FL   NE 3 Ave to NE 8th Ave Rd Reconstruction,     $1,000,000
                 Gainesville..............................
3487       FL   University Ave to NE 8 Avenue Rd              $2,000,000
                 Reconstruction, Gainesville..............
3488       KY   Central Kentucky Multi Highway                $2,300,000
                 Preservation Project.....................
3489       WV   Construct East Beckley Bypass, including      $5,000,000
                 $500,000 for preliminary engineering and
                 design of the Shady Spring connector
                 (Route 3/Airport Road)...................
3490       WV   Construct I-73/74 High Priority Corridor,     $5,000,000
                 Wayne Co.................................
3491       KY   Construct Kidville Road (KY 974)              $1,700,000
                 Interchange at the Mountain Parkway,
                 Clark County.............................
3492       NY   Construction and improvements to Ridge          $500,000
                 Road, Lackawanna.........................
3493         CA Construction at I-580 and California SR 84    $2,500,000
                 (Isabel Avenue) Interchange..............
3494       NY   Construction of and improvements to             $200,000
                 Amherst Street, Buffalo..................
3495       NY   Construction of and improvements to Grant       $200,000
                 Street, Buffalo..........................
3496       NY   Construction of and improvements to Hertel      $200,000
                 Avenue, Buffalo..........................
3497       NY   Construction of and improvements to             $200,000
                 Hopkins Street, Buffalo..................
3498       NY   Construction of and improvements to Main        $500,000
                 Street in the Town of Aurora.............
3499       NY   Construction of and improvements to             $500,000
                 McKinley Parkway, Buffalo................
3500       NY   Construction of and improvements to Route       $500,000
                 5 in the Town of Hamburg.................
3501       NY   Construction of and improvements to South       $500,000
                 Park Avenue and Lake Avenue in the
                 Village of Blasdell......................
3502       NY   Construction of and improvements to South       $200,000
                 Park Avenue, Buffalo.....................
3503       NY   Construction of Bicycle Path and                $800,000
                 Pedestrian Trail in City of Buffalo......
3504       NY   Construction, redesign, and improvements      $2,000,000
                 to Fargo Street in Buffalo...............
3505       TN   Improve existing two lane highway to a        $5,500,000
                 five lane facility on State Route 53 from
                 South of I-24 to Near Parks Creek Road,
                 Coffee County............................
3506       ME   Improve portions of Route 116 between         $3,500,000
                 Lincoln and Medway to bring road up to
                 modern standard..........................
3507       ME   Improve portions of Route 26 between          $1,000,000
                 Bethel and Oxford........................
3508       NY   Road improvements and signage in City of        $500,000
                 Lackawanna...............................
3509       NJ   Belmont Ave Gateway Community Enhancement       $500,000
                 Project, Haledon.........................
3510       TX   Conduct feasibility study for an off ramp     $1,000,000
                 on I-30 on to Hall Street for direct
                 access to Baylor University Medical
                 Center in Dallas.........................
3511       NJ   Livingston Pedestrian Streetscape Project       $900,000
                 along Mt. Pleasant and Livingston Avenues
3512       MD   MD4 at Suitland Parkway...................    $5,000,000
3513       NJ   Pompton Lakes Downtown Streetscape........    $1,000,000
3514       PA   Street improvements along North Broad           $125,000
                 Street, Hatfield Borough.................
3515       PA   Street improvements to Old York Road,         $1,000,000
                 Jenkintown Borough.......................
3516       PA   Street improvements to Ridge Pike and           $800,000
                 Joshua Road, Whitemarsh Township.........
3517       PA   Street improvements to Skippack Pike (Rte       $600,000
                 73), Whitpain Township...................
3518       PA   Street Improvements, Upper Dublin Township    $1,500,000
3519       PA   Street Improvements, Upper Gwynedd              $375,000
                 Township.................................
3520       VA   Construct access road and roadway             $1,300,000
                 improvements to Chessie development site,
                 Clifton Forge............................
3521       WA   Fruitdale and McGarigle Arterial                $950,000
                 Improvements Project in Sedro Woolley,
                 Washington...............................
3522       MS   Improve Ridge Road, Pearl River County....    $1,000,000
3523       MS   Port Bienville Intermodal Connector,          $3,000,000
                 Hancock County...........................
3524       WA   Realign Airport Road/Springhetti Ave. /         $400,000
                 Marsh Road in Snohomish County,
                 Washington...............................
3525       LA   Widen I-10 in New Orleans.................    $2,800,000
3526       UT   Widen Redwood Road from Saratoga Springs      $1,000,000
                 to Bangerter Highway in Utah County......
3527       VA   Widen Rolfe Highway from near the               $500,000
                 intersection of Rolfe Highway and Point
                 Pleasant Road to the Surry ferry landing
                 approach bridge..........................
3528       VA   Construct access road and roadway             $1,300,000
                 improvements to Chessie development site,
                 Clifton Forge............................
3529       WA   Fruitdale and McGarigle Arterial                $950,000
                 Improvements Project in Sedro Woolley,
                 Washington...............................
3530       MS   Improve Ridge Road, Pearl River County....    $1,000,000
3531       MS   Port Bienville Intermodal Connector,          $3,000,000
                 Hancock County...........................
3532       WA   Realign Airport Road/Springhetti Ave. /         $400,000
                 Marsh Road in Snohomish County,
                 Washington...............................
3533       LA   Widen I-10 in New Orleans.................    $2,800,000
3534       UT   Widen Redwood Road from Saratoga Springs      $1,000,000
                 to Bangerter Highway in Utah County......
3535       VA   Widen Rolfe Highway from near the               $500,000
                 intersection of Rolfe Highway and Point
                 Pleasant Road to the Surry ferry landing
                 approach bridge..........................
3536       MA   Cambridge Bicycle Path Improvements.......    $1,000,000
3537       OR   Capitalize Oregon Transportation              $3,998,000
                 Infrastructure Bank......................
3538       MA   Chelsea Roadway Improvements..............    $2,000,000
3539       NY   Congestion reduction measures in Richmond     $2,000,000
                 County...................................
3540       NJ   Construct Hudson River Waterfront Walkway     $1,000,000
                 over Long Slip Canal--Hoboken and Jersey
                 City.....................................
3541         CA Construct Illinois Street Bridge/Amador       $4,000,000
                 Street Connection and Improvements, San
                 Francisco................................
3542       NY   Construct multi-modal facility in the        $300,000.00
                 vicinity of Brooklyn Childrens Museum....
3543       NJ   Construct Parking Facility at McGinley        $1,050,000
                 Square in Jersey City....................
3544       OR   Construction of access road including           $814,000
                 sidewalks, bike lanes and railroad
                 crossing from Highway 99W to industrial
                 zoned property, Corvallis................
3545       NY   Continuation of the public awareness         $500,000.00
                 program to the subcontracting entity
                 which was funded under Section 1212(b) of
                 Pub. L. 105-178 about infrastructure in
                 Lower Manhattan..........................
3546       OR   Continue bridge repair project authorized     $8,000,000
                 under Pub. L. 105-178, Coos Bay..........
3547       NJ   Expand TRANSCOM Regional ITS System in NJ,    $1,000,000
                 NY, and CT...............................
3548       OR   Extend Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway       $1,000,000
                 into Lane and Douglas Counties...........
3549       NY   Graffiti Elimination Program in Riverdale    $500,000.00
                 neighborhood of Bronx County.............
3550       NY   Graffiti Elimination Program on Smith        $500,000.00
                 Street in Kings County...................
3551       OR   Great Street Trail Connection, Eugene.....      $900,000
3552       NJ   Hudson County Fire & Rescue Department,       $1,200,000
                 North Bergen: Transportation Critical
                 Incident Mobile Data Collection Device...
3553       NJ   Hudson County Pedestrian Safety               $1,000,000
                 Improvements.............................
3554       OR   Hwy. 199 Safety Improvements, Josephine       $3,104,000
                 County...................................
3555       OR   Hwy. 99E/Geary Street Safety Improvements,    $1,002,000
                 Albany...................................
3556       NY   Implement Improvements for Pedestrian         $1,000,000
                 Safety in Riverdale neighborhood of Bronx
                 County...................................
3557       WA   Improve Mill Plain Blvd between SE 172nd      $1,250,000
                 and SE 192nd in Vancouver................
3558       WA   Improve signage along scenic highways in        $150,000
                 Clark, Skamania and Pacific counties.....
3559       OR   ITS Improvements to TripCheck, Oregon.....    $1,200,000
3560       NJ   Jersey City 6th Street Viaduct Pedestrian     $2,000,000
                 and Bicycle Pathway Project..............
3561       OR   Middle Fork Willamette River Path,            $3,000,000
                 Springfield..............................
3562       OR   OR 42 Hoover Hill Passing Lane, Winston...    $1,495,000
3563       OR   Pedestrian improvements including               $600,000
                 boardwalk extension and sidewalk
                 construction, Port of Brookings Harbor...
3564       NJ   Port Reading--Improvements to air quality       $800,000
                 through reduction of engine idling behind
                 Rosewood Lane............................
3565       OR   Purchase communications equipment related    $10,000,000
                 to traffic incident management in Linn,
                 Benton, Lane, Douglas, Coos, Curry and
                 Josephine Counties.......................
3566       MA   Reconstruction of the I-95/Rte. 20            $1,300,000
                 Interchange in Waltham...................
3567       NJ   Route 440 Rehabilitation and Boulevard        $1,250,000
                 Creation Project in Jersey City..........
3568       MA   Rutherford Avenue Improvements, Boston....    $1,000,000
3569       GA   SR 10/Peters Street/Olympic Drive             $3,000,000
                 interchange, Athens......................
3570       NY   Study and Improve Traffic Flow Around a       $3,000,000
                 New Stadium in Willets Point, Queens.....
3571       OR   To construct and enhance bikeway between      $1,000,000
                 Hood River and McCord Creek..............
3572       NY   To construct greenway along East River        $1,500,000
                 waterfront between East River Park (ERP)
                 and Brooklyn Bridge, and reconstruct
                 South entrance to ERP, in Manhattan......
3573       OR   Transportation enhancements at Eugene         $1,000,000
                 Depot, Eugene............................
3574       OR   U.S. 101 Slide Repair, Curry County.......    $5,800,000
3575       OR   U.S. Hwy. 20 and Airport Road Intersection      $837,000
                 Improvements, Lebanon....................
3576       IL   Upgrade 31st Street and Golfview Rd           $1,500,000
                 intersection and construct parking
                 facilities, Brookfield...................
3577       NJ   Weehawken Baldwin Avenue Improvements.....    $2,000,000
3578       WA   Widen SR 503 through Woodland.............    $1,000,000
3579       OR   Widen to three lanes and add urban            $3,250,000
                 features to OR 42 from Lookingglass Creek
                 to Glenhart, Winston.....................
3580       NY   Bicycle and pedestrian safety                 $1,200,000
                 improvements, Main Street, Riverhead.....
3581       IL   Construct extension of Queeny Avenue from       $750,000
                 IL Rt 3 to Hog Haven Road, St. Clair
                 County...................................
3582       NY   Construct improvements to NY Route 5 from     $1,000,000
                 Coast Guard Base to Ohio Street,
                 including Fuhrmann Boulevard.............
3583       IL   Extend and Construct Concrete Corridor        $1,000,000
                 between IL Rt 13 to IL Rt 15, Centreville
3584       NY   Implement a roadway evacuation study for      $1,000,000
                 the South Shore of Long Island, Mastic...
3585       NY   Improve Brooksite Dr. from NY 25/25A to         $900,000
                 Rt. 347, Smithtown.......................
3586       NY   Improve Clover Ln. from Bay Ave to Bay Rd,      $270,000
                 hamlet of Brookhaven.....................
3587       NY   Improve CR 80, Montauk Highway, Village of      $600,000
                 Patchogue................................
3588       NY   Improve Dare Rd from Old Town Rd to Rt.         $440,000
                 25, Selden...............................
3589       NY   Improve Hospital Road Bridge between CR99       $690,000
                 and CR101, Patchogue.....................
3590       NY   Improve intersection of Old Dock and            $120,000
                 Church Street, Kings Park................
3591       NY   Improve Maple Avenue in Smithtown.........      $150,000
3592       NY   Improve Old Town Rd from Rt 347 to              $420,000
                 Slattery Rd, Setauket....................
3593       NY   Improve Old Willets Path from NY 454 to       $1,500,000
                 Rabro Dr., Smithtown.....................
3594       NY   Improve Pipe Stave Hollow Rd. to Harbor         $250,000
                 Beach Rd., Miller Place..................
3595       IL   Reconstruction and Improvement of North       $1,970,000
                 Lincoln Ave, O'Fallon....................
3596       IL   Reconstruction of 20th Street, Granite        $1,500,000
                 City.....................................
3597       IL   Road Alignment from Caseyville Road to        $1,125,000
                 Sullivan Drive, Swansea..................
3598       NY   Road Improvements Hamlet of Medford, Town       $500,000
                 of Brookhaven............................
3599       NY   Road improvements, Hamlet of Gordon             $430,000
                 Heights, Town of Brookhaven..............
3600       NY   Road improvements, Village of Patchogue...    $1,500,000
3601       NY   Roadway improvements, hamlet of Mastic          $400,000
                 Beach....................................
3602       IL   Widening Fullerton Road from Metrolink to       $880,000
                 IL Rt 159, Swansea.......................
3603       NY   WLIU Public Radio Emergency and Evacuation    $1,130,000
                 Transportation Information Initiative,
                 Southampton..............................
 3604      UT   Reconstruct 500 West, including pedestrian      $250,000
                 and bicycle access, in Moab..............
 3605      PA   Construct improvements to Chambers Hill       $1,000,000
                 Road and Lindle Road (S.R. 441) at its
                 intersections with Interstate 283 and
                 Eisenhower Boulevard.....................
 3606      PA   Construct Regional Trail, Muhlenberg            $750,000
                 Township.................................
 3607      PA   Rail Crossing signalization upgrade,            $206,300
                 Bowers Road, Lyons Station, Berks County.
 3608      PA   Rail Crossing signalization upgrade at          $206,300
                 Hill Road, Township of Blandon, County of
                 Berks....................................
 3609      PA   Safety improvements at Liberty Street         $1,905,700
                 intersection with PA Route 61 in W.
                 Brunswick and N. Manheim Twp., Schuylkill
                 County...................................
 3610      PA   Replace Stossertown Bridge (Main Street)        $500,000
                 over West Creek in Branch Township,
                 Schuylkill County........................
 3611      PA   Replace bridge over Little Mahantongo           $250,000
                 Creek at intersection of Hepler and
                 Valley Roads in Upper Mahantongo Twp.,
                 Schuylkill County........................
 3612      PA   Replace Union Street Bridge over Middle         $500,000
                 Creek in the borough of Tremont,
                 Schuvlkill County........................
 3613      PA   Replace Burd St. Bridge over Amtrak and         $500,000
                 Norfolk Southern railroad tracks in the
                 Borough of Royalton, Dauphin County......
 3614      PA   Hummelstown Borough, PA for intersection      $2,000,000
                 and pedestrian realignment and drainage..
 3615      MN   City of Moorhead Southeast Main GSI 34th      $2,000,000
                 Street and I-94 interchange..............
 3616      MN   Paynesville Highway 23 Bypass.............    $2,000,000
 3617      AR   Construction of I-530 between Pine Bluff     $40,000,000
                 and Wilmer...............................
 3618      NY   Conduct study to develop regional transit       $100,000
                 strategy in Herkimer and Oneida counties.
 3619      NY   Improve Town weatherization capabilities        $250,000
                 on Tucker Drive, Poughkeepsie, NY........
 3620      NY   Bedell Road improvements, Poughkeepsie, NY      $130,000
 3621      NY   Land acquisition and improvements on Main       $500,000
                 Street, Beacon, NY.......................
 3622      NY   Construction of sidewalks in Sugar Loaf...      $100,000
 3623        CT I-84 Expressway Reconstruction from           $1,500,000
                 Waterbury to Southbury...................
 3624       DC  Road and trail reconstruction and drainage      $600,000
                 improvements (APHCC).....................
 3625      GA   Central Hall Recreation and Multi-Use         $2,000,000
                 Trail, Hall County, GA...................
 3626      OH   Land acquisition for construction of            $700,000
                 pedestrian and bicycle trails at Mentor
                 Marsh in Ohio............................
 3627      OH   Design and construct road enhancements          $300,000
                 Andrews Road and Lakeshore Blvd in Mentor
                 on-the-Lake, OH..........................
 3628      OH   Design and construct road enhancements        $2,500,000
                 Cleveland Port Authority in Cleveland,
                 Ohio.....................................
 3629      LA   Red River National Wildlife Refuge Visitor    $3,000,000
                 Center...................................
 3630      TN   For the advancement of project development    $2,000,000
                 activities for SR-33 from Knox County
                 Line to SR-61 at Maynardville, TN........
 3631        CA To convert a railroad bridge into a           $5,000,000
                 highway bridge spanning over the Feather
                 River between Yuba City and Marysville...
3632         CA Reconstruct SR 1 from Westport to Marshall    $9,000,000
3633       IL   Highway Construction on RT 1 between RT 14    $9,000,000
                 and RT 9.................................
3634       IL   SR 127 from Raymond to Unity..............    $9,000,000
3635         CA Improvements to US 101....................   $11,000,000
3636       IA   Construct Rt 20 from Rockway City to          $5,000,000
                 Epworth..................................
3637         CA I-8 from San Diego to Kama................    $8,000,000
3638         CA I-15 from Escondido to Barstow............   $12,000,000
3639         CA Widening and improvements to RT 14 from RT    $9,525,000
                 126 to RT 178............................
3640       IL   Bicycle and Pedestrian improvements in        $6,000,000
                 Georgetown and Middletown................
3641       AZ   Safety Improvements to I-10 from SR 60 to    $11,000,000
                 Route 83.................................
3642       KS   Northwest Bypass between K96 and 119th        $2,000,000
                 Street West..............................
3643         CA Safety improvements to SR 99..............   $12,000,000
3644       IL   Construct I-70 from Greenville to Marshall    $9,000,000
3645         CA I-40 from Barstow to Needles..............    $9,000,000
3646       AZ   Improvements on I-40 from Kingston to         $8,000,000
                 Navajo...................................
3647       AZ   ITS related improvements on Interstates in    $6,000,000
                 AZ.......................................
3648       IA   Rehabilitate US 680 from SR59 to Des          $5,000,000
                 Moines...................................
3649         CA Resurfacing and Reconstruction of U.S. 395   $12,000,000
                 from RT 18 to RT 168.....................
3650       IL   Improve I-74 from Colona to Mahomet.......    $8,000,000
3651         CA Safety improvements to I-5 from Santa        $11,000,000
                 Clarita to Haron.........................
3652       IL   US 67 highway safety improvements from       $10,000,000
                 Godfey to Viola..........................
3653       OH   Safety improvements to U.S. 35 from           $8,000,000
                 Jamestown to Winchester..................
3654         CA Construct Transportation Enhancements on      $8,000,000
                 SR 1 between RT 246 and RT 192...........
3655       IL   Reconstruct I-57 from Frankfurt to Masoon.    $9,000,000
3656         CA ITS improvements to reduce congestion on I-  $10,575,000
                 405 from RT 118 to RT 36.................
3657       IL   Construction on I-80 from Geneseo to          $9,000,000
                 Joliet...................................
3658       IA   Safety enhancements along Rt 30 from          $4,000,000
                 Carroll to Dewitt........................
3659       IL   Reconstruction on RT 40 from U.S. 52 to RT    $8,000,000
                 90.......................................
3660       IL   Safety related improvements on RT 100 from    $9,000,000
                 U.S. 136 to RT 16........................
3661       IL   Construct I-55 from Bolingbrook to Gardner   $10,000,000
3662       AZ   Construction of Route 77 from Route 277 to    $9,000,000
                 Route 80.................................
3663       OH   Reconstruction of I-71 from Cincinnati to     $8,000,000
                 Columbus.................................
3664       IL   Make safety improvements to I-94 from         $9,000,000
                 Chesterton to Deerfield..................
3665       IL   Acquire land for Environmental Mitigation     $8,000,000
                 to preserver wildlife habitate
                 connectivity along U.S. 51 from RT 161 to
                 RT 10....................................
3666         CA Construct I-80 from Truckee to Fairfield..    $8,000,000
3667        NC  Construct highway widening and safety         $5,000,000
                 improvements on Rt 301 between Rt 125 and
                 Little River.............................
3668        SC  Construction of operational improvements      $6,500,000
                 and purchase of ITS infrastructure on the
                 I-26 corridor............................
3669       MI   Highway beautification of Rt 52 between Tr    $4,000,000
                 46 and Fairfield.........................
3670       TX   Resurfacing and Reconstruction on Rt 19       $5,000,000
                 between Rt 71 and Rt 7...................
3671       IN   Highway-rail crossing safety related          $7,000,000
                 improvements on Rt 37 between U.S. 35 and
                 U.S. 50..................................
3672       AZ   Pave remaining stretch of the Turquoise       $2,000,000
                 Trail, BIA Route 4, which is a north-
                 south road that joins AZ HW 160 in the
                 north to AZ HW 264 in the south portion
                 of BIA Route 4...........................
3673       AK   Improve marine intermodal facilities in      $25,000,000
                 Ketchikan................................
3674        DC  Highway improvements to improve access to     $5,000,000
                 the Kennedy Center.......................
3675       MN   Construction of four lanes on Hwy 53          $7,000,000
                 between Virginia and Cook and
                 construction of two passing lanes between
                 Cook and International Falls.............
3676       OR   McKenzie highway enhancements, Lane and       $3,100,000
                 Linn Counties............................
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                  Subtitle H--Miscellaneous Provisions

SEC. 1801. BUDGET JUSTIFICATION.

    The Department of Transportation and each agency therein shall 
submit to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the 
House of Representatives a budget justification concurrently with the 
President's annual budget submission to Congress under section 1105(a) 
of title 31, United States Code.

SEC. 1802. MOTORIST INFORMATION.

    Section 124 of title I of division F of the Consolidated 
Appropriations Act, 2004 (118 Stat. 296-297) is repealed.

SEC. 1803. MOTORIST INFORMATION CONCERNING FULL-SERVICE RESTAURANTS.

    Not later than 180 days after the date of enactment of this Act, 
the Secretary shall initiate a rulemaking to determine whether or not--
            (1) full-service restaurants should be given priority on 
        not more than 2 panels of the camping or attractions logo 
        specific service signs in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control 
        Devices of the Department of Transportation when the food logo 
        specific service sign is fully utilized; and
            (2) full service restaurants should be given priority on 
        not more than two panels of the food logo specific service 
        signs in such Manual when the camping or attractions logo 
        specific service signs are fully utilized.

SEC. 1804. HIGH PRIORITY CORRIDORS ON THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM.

    Section 1105(c) of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency 
Act of 1991 (105 Stat. 2032) is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (23) by inserting before the period at the 
        end the following: ``and the connection from Wichita, Kansas, 
        to Sioux City, Iowa, which includes I-135 from Wichita, Kansas 
        to Salina, Kansas, United States Route 81 from Saline, Kansas, 
        to Norfolk, Nebraska, Nebraska State Route 35 from Norfolk, 
        Nebraska, to South Sioux City, Nebraska, and the connection to 
        I-29 in Sioux City, Iowa'';
            (2) by striking paragraph (34) and inserting the following:
            ``(34) The Alameda Corridor-East and Southwest Passage, 
        California. The Alameda Corridor-East is generally described as 
        the corridor from East Los Angeles (terminus of Alameda 
        Corridor) through Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and 
        Riverside Counties, to termini at Barstow in San Bernardino 
        County and Coachella in Riverside County. The Southwest Passage 
        shall follow I-10 from San Bernardino to the Arizona State 
        line.'';
            (3) by adding at the end the following:
            ``(46) Interstate Route 710 between the terminus at Long 
        Beach, California, to California State Route 60.
            ``(47) Interstate Route 87 from the Quebec border to New 
        York City.
            ``(48) The Route 50 High Plains Corridor along the United 
        States Route 50 corridor from Newton, Kansas, to Pueblo, 
        Colorado.
            ``(49) The Atlantic Commerce Corridor on Interstate Route 
        95 from Jacksonville, Florida, to Miami, Florida.
            ``(50) The East-West Corridor commencing in Watertown, New 
        York, continuing northeast through New York, Vermont, New 
        Hampshire, and Maine, and terminating in Calais, Maine.
            ``(51) The SPIRIT Corridor on United States Route 54 from 
        El Paso, Texas, through New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma to 
        Wichita, Kansas.
            ``(52) The route in Arkansas running south of and parallel 
        to Arkansas State Highway 226 from the relocation of United 
        States Route 67 to the vicinity of United States Route 49 and 
        United States Route 63.
            ``(53) United States Highway Route 6 from Interstate Route 
        70 to Interstate Route 15, Utah.
            ``(54) The California Farm-to-Market Corridor, California 
        State Route 99 from south of Bakersfield to Sacramento, 
        California.
            ``(55) In Texas, Interstate Route 20 from Interstate Route 
        35E in Dallas County, east to the intersection of Interstate 
        Route 635, north to the intersection of Interstate Route 30, 
        northeast through Texarkana to Little Rock, Arkansas, 
        Interstate Route 40 northeast from Little Rock east to the 
        proposed Interstate Route 69 corridor.
            ``(56) In the State of Texas, the La Entrada al Pacifico 
        Corridor consisting of the following highways and any portion 
        of a highway in a corridor on 2 miles of either side of the 
        center line of the highway:
                    ``(A) State Route 349 from Lamesa to the point on 
                that highway that is closest to 32 degrees, 7 minutes, 
                north latitude, by 102 degrees, 6 minutes, west 
                longitude.
                    ``(B) The segment or any roadway extending from the 
                point described by subparagraph (A) to the point on 
                Farm-to-Market Road 1788 closest to 32 degrees, 0 
                minutes, north latitude, by 102 degrees, 16 minutes, 
                west longitude.
                    ``(C) Farm-to-Market Road 1788 from the point 
                described by subparagraph (B) to its intersection with 
                Interstate Route 20.
                    ``(D) Interstate Route 20 from its intersection 
                with Farm-to-Market Road 1788 to its intersection with 
                United States Route 385.
                    ``(E) United States Route 385 from Odessa to Fort 
                Stockton, including those portions that parallel United 
                States Route 67 and Interstate Route 10.
                    ``(F) United States Route 67 from Fort Stockton to 
                Presidio, including those portions that parallel 
                Interstate Route 10 and United States Route 90.
            ``(57) United States Route 41 corridor between Interstate 
        Route I-94 near Milwaukee and Interstate Route I-43 near Green 
        Bay in the State of Wisconsin.''; and
            (4) by aligning paragraph (45) with paragraph (46).

SEC. 1805. ADDITIONS TO APPALACHIAN REGION.

    (a) Kentucky.--Section 14102(a)(1)(C) of title 40, United States 
Code, is amended--
            (1) by inserting ``Nicholas,'' after ``Morgan,''; and
            (2) by inserting ``Robertson,'' after ``Pulaski,''.
    (b) Ohio.--Section 14102(a)(1)(H) of such title is amended--
            (1) by inserting ``Ashtabula,'' after ``Adams,'';
            (2) by inserting ``Fayette,'' after ``Coshocton,'';
            (3) by inserting ``Mahoning,'' after ``Lawrence,''; and
            (4) by inserting ``Trumbull,'' after ``Scioto,''.
    (c) Tennessee.--Section 14102(a)(1)(K) of such title is amended--
            (1) by inserting ``Giles,'' after ``Franklin,''; and
            (2) by inserting ``Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln,'' after 
        ``Knox,''.
    (d) Virginia.--Section 14102(a)(1)(L) of such title is amended--
            (1) by inserting ``Henry,'' after ``Grayson,''; and
            (2) by inserting ``Patrick,'' after ``Montgomery,''.

SEC. 1806. TRANSPORTATION ASSETS AND NEEDS OF DELTA REGION.

    (a) Agreement.--Not later than 6 months after the date of enactment 
of this Act, the Secretary shall enter into an agreement with the Delta 
Regional Authority (referred to in this section as the ``DRA'') to 
conduct a comprehensive study of transportation assets and needs for 
all modes of transportation (including passenger and freight 
transportation) in the 8 States comprising the Delta region (Alabama, 
Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and 
Tennessee).
    (b) Consultation.--Under the agreement, the DRA, in conducting the 
study, shall consult with the Department of Transportation, State 
transportation departments, local planning and development districts, 
local and regional governments, and metropolitan planning 
organizations.
    (c) Report.--Under the agreement, the DRA, not later than 24 months 
after the date of entry into the agreement, shall submit to the 
Secretary and the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the 
House of Representatives and the Committee on Environment and Public 
Works of the Senate a final report on the results of the study, 
together with such recommendation as the DRA considers appropriate.
    (d) Plan.--Under the agreement, the DRA, upon completion of the 
report, shall establish a regional strategic plan to implement the 
recommendations of the report.
    (e) Funding.--
            (1) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
        to be appropriated out of the Highway Trust Fund (other than 
        the Mass Transit Account), $500,000 for each of the fiscal 
        years 2005 and 2006 to carry out this section.
            (2) Contract authority.--Funds authorized by this section 
        shall be available for obligation in the same manner and to the 
        same extent as if such funds were apportioned under chapter 1 
        of title 23, United States Code; except that such funds shall 
        remain available until expended and shall not be transferable.

SEC. 1807. TOLL FACILITIES WORKPLACE SAFETY STUDY.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall conduct a study on the safety 
of highway toll collection facilities, including toll booths, to 
determine the safety of the facilities for the toll collectors who work 
in and around the facilities, including consideration of--
            (1) the effect of design or construction of the facilities 
        on the likelihood of vehicle collisions with the facilities;
            (2) the safety of crosswalks used by toll collectors in 
        transit to and from toll booths;
            (3) the extent of the enforcement of speed limits in the 
        vicinity of the facilities;
            (4) the use of warning devices, such as vibration and 
        rumble strips, to alert drivers approaching the facilities;
            (5) the use of cameras to record traffic violations in the 
        vicinity of the facilities;
            (6) the use of traffic control arms in the vicinity of the 
        facilities;
            (7) law enforcement practices and jurisdictional issues 
        that affect safety in the vicinity of the facilities; and
            (8) the incidence of accidents and injuries in the vicinity 
        of toll booths.
    (b) Data Collection.--As part of the study, the Secretary shall 
collect data regarding the incidence of accidents and injuries in the 
vicinity of highway toll collection facilities.
    (c) Report.--Not later than 1 year after the date of enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to the Committee on 
Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of Representatives and 
the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the Senate a report on 
the results of the study, together with recommendations for improving 
toll facilities workplace safety.
    (d) Funding.--
            (1) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
        to be appropriated to carry out this section, out of the 
        Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account), 
        $500,000 for fiscal year 2005.
            (2) Contract authority.--Funds authorized to be 
        appropriated by this section shall be available for obligation 
        in the same manner and to the same extent as if such funds were 
        apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code; 
        expect that the Federal share of the cost of the project shall 
        be 100 percent, and such funds shall remain available until 
        expended and shall not be transferable.

SEC. 1808. PAVEMENT MARKING SYSTEMS DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall conduct a demonstration 
project in the State of Alaska, and a demonstration project in the 
State of Tennessee, to study the safety impacts, environmental impacts, 
and cost effectiveness of different pavement marking systems and the 
effect of State bidding and procurement processes on the quality of 
pavement marking material employed in highway projects. The 
demonstration projects shall each include an evaluation of the impacts 
and effectiveness of increasing the width of pavement marking edge 
lines from 4 inches to 6 inches and an evaluation of advanced acrylic 
water-borne pavement markings.
    (b) Report.--Not later than June 30, 2009, the Secretary shall 
transmit to Congress a report on the results of the demonstration 
projects, together with findings and recommendations on methods that 
will optimize the cost-benefit ratio of the use of Federal funds on 
pavement marking.
    (c) Funding.--
            (1) Authorization of appropriations.--There is authorized 
        to be appropriated to carry out this section, out of the 
        Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account), 
        $1,000,000 per fiscal year for each of the fiscal years 2005 
        through 2009.
            (2) Contract authority.--Funds authorized to be 
        appropriated by this section shall be available for obligation 
        in the same manner and to the same extent as if such funds were 
        apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code; 
        expect that the Federal share of the cost of the demonstration 
        projects shall be 100 percent, and such funds shall remain 
        available until expended and shall not be transferable.

SEC. 1809. WORK ZONE SAFETY GRANTS.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall establish and implement a work 
zone safety grant program under which the Secretary may make grants to 
nonprofit organizations to provide training to prevent or reduce 
highway work zone injuries and fatalities.
    (b) Eligible Activities.--Grants may be made under the program for 
the following purposes:
            (1) Training for construction craft workers on the 
        prevention of injuries and fatalities in highway and road 
        construction.
            (2) Development of guidelines for the prevention of highway 
        work zone injuries and fatalities.
            (3) Training for State and local government transportation 
        agencies and other groups implementing guidelines for the 
        prevention of highway work zone injuries and fatalities.
    (c) Funding.--
            (1) In general.--There is authorized to be appropriated 
        from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit 
        Account) to carry out this section $5,000,000 for each of 
        fiscal years 2005 through 2009.
            (2) Contract authority.--Funds authorized by this 
        subsection shall be available for obligation in the same manner 
        as if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, 
        United States Code; except that such funds shall not be 
        transferable.
    (d) Construction Work in Alaska.--Section 114 of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended by adding at the end of the following:
    ``(c) Construction Work in Alaska.--
            ``(1) In general.--The Secretary shall ensure that a worker 
        who is employed on a remote project for the construction of a 
        highway or portion of a highway located on a Federal-aid system 
        in the State of Alaska and who is not a domiciled resident of 
        the locality shall receive meals and lodging.
            ``(2) Lodging.--The lodging under paragraph (1) shall be in 
        accordance with section 1910.142 of title 29, Code of Federal 
        Regulations (relating to temporary labor camp requirements).
            ``(3) Per diem.--
                    ``(A) In general.--Contractors are encouraged to 
                use commercial facilities and lodges on remote 
                projects, but, if such facilities are not available, 
                per diem in lieu of room and lodging may be paid on 
                remote Federal highway projects at a basic rate of 
                $75.00 per day or part thereof the worker is employed 
                on the project. If the contractor provides or furnishes 
                room and lodging or pays a per diem, the cost of the 
                amount shall not be considered a part of wages, but 
                shall be excluded therefrom.
                    ``(B) Secretary of labor.--Such per diem rate shall 
                be adopted by the Secretary of Labor for all applicable 
                remote Federal highway projects in Alaska.
                    ``(C) Exception.--Per diem shall not be allowed on 
                any of the following remote projects for the 
                construction of a highway or portion of a highway 
                located on a Federal-aid system:
                            ``(i) West of Livengood on the Elliot 
                        Highway.
                            ``(ii) Mile 0 on the Dalton Highway to the 
                        North Slope of Alaska; north of Mile 20 on the 
                        Taylor Highway.
                            ``(iii) East of Chicken on the Top of the 
                        World Highway and south of Tetlin Junction to 
                        the Alaska Canadian border.
            ``(4) Definitions.--In this subsection, the following 
        definitions apply:
                    ``(A) Remote.--The term `remote', as used with 
                respect to a project, means that the project is 65 
                miles or more from the United States Post Office in 
                either Fairbanks or Anchorage, Alaska, or is 
                inaccessible by road in a 2-wheel drive vehicle.
                    ``(B) Resident.--The term `resident', as used with 
                respect to a project, means a person living within 65 
                miles of the midpoint of the project for at least 12 
                consecutive months prior to the award of the 
                project.''.

SEC. 1810. GRANT PROGRAM TO PROHIBIT RACIAL PROFILING.

    (a) Grants.--Subject to the requirements of this section, the 
Secretary shall make grants to a State that--
            (1)(A) has enacted and is enforcing a law that prohibits 
        the use of racial profiling in the enforcement of State laws 
        regulating the use of Federal-aid highways; and
            (B) is maintaining and allows public inspection of 
        statistical information for each motor vehicle stop made by a 
        law enforcement officer on a Federal-aid highway in the State 
        regarding the race and ethnicity of the driver and any 
        passengers; or
            (2) provides assurances satisfactory to the Secretary that 
        the State is undertaking activities to comply with the 
        requirements of paragraph (1).
    (b) Eligible Activities.--A grant received by a State under 
subsection (a) shall be used by the State--
            (1) in the case of a State eligible under subsection 
        (a)(1), for costs of--
                    (A) collecting and maintaining of data on traffic 
                stops;
                    (B) evaluating the results of the data; and
                    (C) developing and implementing programs to reduce 
                the occurrence of racial profiling, including programs 
                to train law enforcement officers; and
            (2) in the case of a State eligible under subsection 
        (a)(2), for costs of--
                    (A) activities to comply with the requirements of 
                subsection (a)(1); and
                    (B) any eligible activity under paragraph (1).
    (c) Racial Profiling.--To meet the requirement of subsection 
(a)(1), a State law shall prohibit, in the enforcement of State laws 
regulating the use of Federal-aid highways, a State or local law 
enforcement officer from using the race or ethnicity of the driver or 
passengers to any degree in making routine or spontaneous law 
enforcement decisions, such as ordinary traffic stops on Federal-aid 
highways. Nothing in this subsection shall alter the manner in which a 
State or local law enforcement officer considers race or ethnicity 
whenever there is trustworthy information, relevant to the locality or 
time frame, that links persons of a particular race or ethnicity to an 
identified criminal incident, scheme, or organization.
    (d) Limitations.--
            (1) Maximum amount of grants.--The total amount of grants 
        received by a State under this section in a fiscal year may not 
        exceed 5 percent of the amount made available to carry out this 
        section in the fiscal year.
            (2) Eligibility.--A State may not receive a grant under 
        subsection (a)(2) in more than 2 fiscal years.
    (e) Authorization of Appropriations.--
            (1) In general.--There is authorized to be appropriated 
        from the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit 
        Account) to carry out this section $10,000,000 for each of 
        fiscal years 2005 through 2009.
            (2) Contract authority.--Funds authorized by this 
        subsection shall be available for obligation in the same manner 
        as if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, 
        United States Code, except the Federal share of the cost of 
        activities carried out using such funds shall be 100 percent, 
        and such funds shall remain available until expended and shall 
        not be transferable.

SEC. 1811. AMERICA'S BYWAYS RESOURCE CENTER.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall allocate funds made available 
to carry out this section to the America's Byways Resource Center 
established pursuant to section 1215(b)(1) of the Transportation Equity 
Act for the 21st Century (112 Stat. 209).
    (b) Technical Support and Education.--
            (1) Use of funds.--The Center shall use funds allocated to 
        the Center under this section to continue to provide technical 
        support and conduct educational activities for the national 
        scenic byways program established under section 162 of title 
        23, United States Code.
            (2) Eligible activities.--Technical support and educational 
        activities carried out under this subsection shall provide 
        local officials and organizations associated with National 
        Scenic Byways and All-American Roads with proactive, technical, 
        and on-site customized assistance, including training, 
        communications (including a public awareness series), 
        publications, conferences, on-site meetings, and other 
        assistance considered appropriate to develop and sustain such 
        byways and roads.
    (c) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated out of the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit 
Account) to carry out this section $3,500,000 for each of fiscal years 
2004 through 2009.
    (d) Applicability of Title 23.--Funds authorized by this section 
shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if such funds 
were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code; 
except that the Federal share of the cost of any project or activity 
carried out under this section shall be 100 percent and such funds 
shall remain available until expended and shall not be transferable.

SEC. 1812. TECHNICAL ADJUSTMENT.

    (a) In General.--The donee of the vessel with the Unit 
Identification Code number 13862 is deemed to be the owner of that 
vessel free and clear as of September 1, 2000.
    (b) Federal Claims.--All Federal claims arising from the donation 
or use of the vessel described in subsection (a) are permanently 
extinguished.

SEC. 1813. ROAD USER CHARGE EVALUATION PILOT PROJECT.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall carry out a national 
evaluation pilot project to assess how intelligent transportation 
system technology can be applied to assess mileage-based road user 
charges for the purposes of collecting revenues for the Highway Trust 
Fund.
    (b) Matters to Be Evaluated.--The following matters shall be 
evaluated under the pilot project:
            (1) Technical feasibility of imposing mileage-based road 
        user charges, including cost, reliability, and security of on-
        board and intelligent transportation systems.
            (2) Compatibility of technology for imposing such charges 
        with automobile and truck design.
            (3) Design and testing of a collection system for such 
        charges that is secure, low cost, and easy to use.
            (4) Methods of ensuring privacy of road users and assessing 
        public attitudes and views of motorists who participate in 
        field tests of the equipment and system.
    (c) Reports.--The Secretary shall transmit annual reports on the 
status of the pilot project and, not later than June 30, 2009, a final 
report on the results of the pilot project, together with findings and 
recommendations, to the Secretary of the Treasury, the Committee on 
Transportation and Infrastructure and the Committee on Ways and Means 
of the House of Representatives, and the Committee on Environment and 
Public Works and the Committee on Finance of the Senate.
    (d) Authorization of Appropriation.--
            (1) In general.--There is authorize from the Highway Trust 
        Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account) to carry out this 
        section $1,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2005 and 2006 and 
        $3,500,000 for each of fiscal years 2007, 2008, and 2009.
            (2) Contract authority.--Funds authorized under this 
        subsection shall be available for obligation in the same manner 
        as if the funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, 
        United States Code; except the Federal share of the cost of the 
        pilot project shall be 100 percent, and such funds shall remain 
        available until expended and shall not be transferable.

SEC. 1814. THOMAS P. ``TIP'' O'NEILL, JR. TUNNEL.

    (a) Designation.--In honor of his service to the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts and the United States of America, and in recognition of 
his contributions toward the construction of Central Artery project in 
Boston, the northbound and southbound tunnel of Interstate Route 93, 
located in the city of Boston, which extends north of the intersection 
of Interstate Route 90 and Interstate Route 93 to the Leonard P. Zakim 
Bunker Hill Bridge, is designated as the ``Thomas P. `Tip' O'Neill, Jr. 
Tunnel''.
    (b) References.--Any reference in law, map, regulation, document, 
paper, or other record of the United States to the tunnel referred to 
in subsection (a) shall be deemed to be a reference to the ``Thomas P. 
`Tip' O'Neill, Jr. Tunnel''.

SEC. 1815. CONFORMING AMENDMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION PLANNING SECTIONS.

    (a) Metropolitan Planning.--Section 134 of title 23, United States 
Code is amended to read as follows:
``Sec. 134. Metropolitan planning
    ``Metropolitan transportation planning programs funded under 
section 104(f) shall be carried out in accordance with the metropolitan 
planning provisions of chapter 52, title 49, United States Code.''.
    (b) Statewide Planning.--Section 135 of such title is amended to 
read as follows:
``Sec. 135. Statewide planning
    ``Statewide transportation planning programs funded under section 
104(f) shall be carried out in accordance with the statewide planning 
provisions of chapter 52, title 49, United States Code.''.

SEC. 1816. DISTRIBUTION OF METROPOLITAN PLANNING FUNDS WITHIN STATES.

    Section 104(f)(4) of title 23, United States Code, is amended by 
adding at the end the following: ``Such distribution of funds to 
metropolitan planning organizations shall be made within 30 days of the 
date of receipt of such funds from the Secretary.''.

SEC. 1817. TREATMENT OF OFF RAMP.

    The Harbor Boulevard off ramp from Interstate Route 405 in Costa 
Mesa, California, is deemed to satisfy the requirements of title 23, 
United States Code, that govern the approval of the placement of ramps 
off of a Federal-aid highway.

SEC. 1818. LOAN FORGIVENESS.

    Debt outstanding as of the date of enactment of this Act for 
project number Q-DPM-0013(001) carried out under section 108(c) of 
title 23, United States Code, is deemed satisfied.

SEC. 1819. LEAD AGENCY DESIGNATION.

    The public entity established under California law in 1989 to 
acquire rights-of-way in northwestern California to maintain surface 
transportation infrastructure is hereby designated as the lead agency 
for the purpose of accepting Federal funds authorized under item 13 of 
the table contained in section 1108(b) of the Intermodal Surface 
Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (105 Stat. 2061).

SEC. 1820. USE OF DEBRIS FROM DEMOLISHED BRIDGES AND OVERPASSES.

    The project agreement for a Federal-aid highway project shall 
provide that any debris from demolition of a bridge or overpass that is 
on the Federal-aid highway must be made available for beneficial public 
use by Federal, State, and local governments. Any additional cost 
associated with making available the debris shall be borne by the 
recipient of the debris.

SEC. 1821. HUBZONE PROGRAM.

    Section 3(p)(4)(B)(ii) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 
632(p)(4)(B)(ii)) is amended--
            (1) in subclause (I) by striking ``or'' at the end;
            (2) in subclause (II) by striking the period at the end and 
        inserting ``; or''; and
            (3) by adding after subclause (II) the following:
                                    ``(III) there is located a 
                                difficult development area, as 
                                designated by the Secretary of Housing 
                                and Urban Development in accordance 
                                with section 42(d)(5)(C)(iii) of the 
                                Internal Revenue Code of 1986, within 
                                Alaska, Hawaii, or any territory or 
                                possession of the United States outside 
                                the 48 contiguous States.''.

SEC. 1822. TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS TO TEA 21 PROJECTS.

    The table contained in section 1602 of the Transportation Equity 
Act for the 21st Century (112 Stat. 257) is amended--
            (1) in item number 35 by adding ``and for other related 
        purposes'' after ``Yard'';
            (2) in item number 78 by striking ``Third'' and all that 
        follows through ``Bridge'' and inserting ``Bayview 
        Transportation Improvements Project'';
            (3) in item number 312 by inserting ``through 
        construction'' after ``engineering'';
            (4) in item number 566 by striking ``Prunedale Bypass'' and 
        inserting ``improvements to Prunedale'';
            (5) in item number 744 by striking ``Preliminary'' and all 
        that follows through ``Fitchburg'' and inserting ``Design, 
        construction or reconstruction, and right of way acquisition 
        for roadway improvements along the Route 12 corridor in 
        Leominster and Fitchburg to enhance access from Route 2 to 
        North Leominster and downtown Fitchburg'';
            (6) in item number 800 by striking ``Fairview Township'' 
        and inserting ``or other projects selected by the York County, 
        Pennsylvania MPO'';
            (7) in item number 820 by striking ``Conduct'' and all that 
        follows through ``interchange'' and inserting ``Conduct a 
        transportation needs study and make improvements to I-75 
        interchanges in the Grayling area'';
            (8) in item number 897 by striking ``Road upgrade'' and all 
        that follows through ``Hills'' and inserting ``Engineering and 
        construction of a new access road to a development near 
        Interstate 57 and 167th Street in Country Club Hills'';
            (9) in item number 1121 by striking ``Construct'' and all 
        that follows through ``Douglaston Parkway'' and inserting 
        ``Provide landscaping along both sides of the Grand Central 
        Parkway from 188th Street to 172nd Street'';
            (10) in item 1225 by striking ``Construct SR 9 bypass'' and 
        inserting ``Study, design, and construct transportation 
        solutions for SR 9 corridor'';
            (11) in item number 1375 by striking ``Preliminary'' and 
        all that follows through ``Emmet County'' and inserting 
        ``Petoskey area transportation needs study and trunkline 
        preservation and safety in the Petoskey area'';
            (12) in item number 1392 by striking ``Construct'' and all 
        that follows through ``multimodal center'' and inserting 
        ``Improve the ramp configuration at the I-476 PA Turnpike 
        Landsdale Interchange''; and
            (13) in item number 1447 strike ``Extend'' and all that 
        follows through ``Valparaiso'' and insert ``Design and 
        construction of interchange at I-65 and 109th Avenue, Crown 
        Point''.

SEC. 1823. NATIONAL WORK ZONE SAFETY INFORMATION CLEARINGHOUSE.

    (a) Grants.--The Secretary shall make grants for fiscal years 2005 
through 2009 to a national nonprofit foundation for the operation of 
the National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse, authorized by 
section 358(b)(2) of Public Law 104-59, created for the purpose of 
assembling and disseminating, by electronic and other means, 
information relating to improvement of roadway work zone safety.
    (b) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated out of the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit 
Account) to carry out this section $1,000,000 for each of fiscal years 
2005 through 2009.
    (c) Contract Authority.--Funds authorized by this subsection shall 
be available for obligation in the same manner as if the funds were 
apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code, except the 
Federal share of the cost of activities carried out using such funds 
shall be 100 percent, and such funds shall remain available until 
expended and shall not be transferable.

SEC. 1824. TRANSPORTATION CONFORMITY.

    (a) Conformity Redeterminations.--Section 176(c)(2) of the Clean 
Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7506(c)) is amended by adding at the end the 
following:
            ``(E) The appropriate metropolitan planning organization 
        shall redetermine conformity for existing transportation plans 
        and programs not later than 2 years after the date on which the 
        Administrator--
                    ``(i) finds a motor vehicle emissions budget in a 
                submitted implementation plan to be adequate in 
                accordance with section 93.118(e)(4) of title 40, Code 
                of Federal Regulations (as in effect on October 1, 
                2003); or
                    ``(ii) approves an implementation plan under 
                section 110(k) or promulgates an implementation plan 
                under section 110(c) that establishes a motor vehicle 
                emissions budget where there was no prior budget or 
                that establishes a budget that significantly varies 
                from any motor vehicle emissions budget in effect 
                pursuant to an adequacy determination in accordance 
                with section 93.118(e)(4) of title 40, Code of Federal 
                Regulations (as in effect on October 1, 2003) or as 
                part of an implementation plan approved or promulgated 
                under section 110.''.
    (b) Frequency of Conformity Determination Updates.--Section 
176(c)(4) of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7506(c)(4)) is amended 
follows:
            (1) In subparagraph (A) by striking ``one year after the 
        date of enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990'' and 
        inserting ``one year after the date of enactment of the 
        Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users''.
            (2) In subparagraph (B) by amending clause (ii) to read as 
        follows:
            ``(ii) provide that conformity determinations for 
        transportation plans and programs be determined every 4 years 
        in areas designated as nonattainment or redesignated to 
        attainment (unless a metropolitan planning organization as 
        designated in section 5213(b) of title 49, United States Code, 
        elects to update a transportation plan and program more 
        frequently or is required to determine conformity in accordance 
        with paragraph (2)(E)).''.
    (c) Time Horizon for Conformity Determinations in Nonattainment 
Areas.--Subsection (c) of section 176 of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 
7506(c)) is amended by adding the following new paragraph at the end 
thereof:
            ``(7) Time horizon for determinations.--Each conformity 
        determination required under this section for a transportation 
        plan under section 5213(g) of title 49 of the United States 
        Code shall require a demonstration of conformity during the 
        period ending on either the final year of the transportation 
        plan or, at the election of the metropolitan planning 
        organization and an air pollution control agency, as defined in 
        section 302(b), if such air pollution control agency is 
        responsible for developing plans or controlling air pollution 
        within the area covered by the transportation plan on the later 
        of the following dates (hereinafter in this paragraph referred 
        to as the `final transportation conformity date'):
                    ``(A) The tenth year of the transportation plan.
                    ``(B) The attainment date set forth in the 
                applicable implementation plan for the air pollutant 
                concerned.
                    ``(C) The year after the completion of a regionally 
                significant project, if the project will be programmed 
                in the transportation improvement program or requires 
                approval before the subsequent conformity 
                determination.
        Such conformity determination shall be accompanied by a 
        regional emissions analysis for any years of the transportation 
        plan that extend beyond such final conformity date. In the case 
        in which an area has a revision to an implementation plan under 
        section 175A(b) and the Administrator has found the motor 
        vehicle emissions budgets from that revision to be adequate in 
        accordance with section 93.118(e)(4) of title 40, Code of 
        Federal Regulations (as in effect October 1, 2003), or has 
        approved the revision, the demonstration of conformity (at the 
        election of the metropolitan planning organization and an air 
        pollution control agency, as defined in section 302(b), if such 
        air pollution control agency is responsible for developing 
        plans or controlling pollution within the area covered by the 
        transportation plan) and the metropolitan planning organization 
        shall be required to extend only through the last year of the 
        implementation plan required under section 175A(b).''.
    (d) Substitution of Transportation Control Measures.--Subsection 
176(c) of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7506(c)) is amended by adding at 
the end the end the following new paragraph:
            ``(8)(A) Transportation control measures that are specified 
        in an implementation plan may be replaced in the implementation 
        plan with substitute transportation control measures if--
                    ``(i) the substitute measures achieve equivalent or 
                greater emission reductions than the control measures 
                to be replaced, as determined by the Administrator;
                    ``(ii) the substitute measures utilize an emissions 
                impact analysis that is consistent with the current 
                methodology used for evaluating replaced control 
                measures in the implementation plan;
                    ``(iii) the substitute control measures are 
                implemented not later than the date on which such 
                emission reductions are necessary to achieve the 
                purpose of the implementation plan;
                    ``(iv) the substitute control measures were 
                developed with reasonable public notice and the 
                opportunity for comments; and
                    ``(v) the metropolitan planning organization finds 
                that adequate funding is included in the transportation 
                improvement program to ensure timely implementation of 
                the substitute control measures.
            ``(B) After the requirements of subparagraph (A) are met, a 
        State may adopt the substitute measures in the applicable 
        implementation plan within a reasonable period of time.
            ``(C) The substitution of a transportation control measure 
        in accordance with this paragraph shall not be contingent on 
        the existence of any provision in the applicable implementation 
        plan that expressly permits such substitution.
            ``(D) The substitution of a transportation control measure 
        in accordance with this paragraph shall not require--
                    ``(i) a new conformity determination for the 
                transportation plan, or
                    ``(ii) a revision of the applicable implementation 
                plan.
            ``(E) A control measure that is being replaced by a 
        substitute control measure under this paragraph shall remain in 
        effect until the substitute control measure is adopted.
            ``(F) Adoption of a substitute control measure shall 
        constitute rescission of the previously applicable control 
        measure.
Transportation control measures may be added to an implementation plan 
subject to subparagraphs (B), (C), and (D), on the same basis as if 
such measures were substitute transportation control measures if such 
measures do not increase emissions for which limitations have been 
established in an implementation plan, and such measures meet the 
requirements of clauses (ii), (iii), (iv), and (v) of subparagraph 
(A).''.
    (e) Lapse of Conformity.--Subsection (c) of section 176 of the 
Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7506(c)) is amended by adding the following 
new paragraphs at the end thereof:
            ``(9) Lapse of conformity.--If a conformity determination 
        required under this subsection for a transportation plan under 
        section 5213(g) of title 49 of the United States Code or a 
        transportation improvement program under section 5213(h) of 
        title 49 of the United States Code is not made by the 
        applicable deadline and such failure is not corrected by 
        additional measures to either reduce motor vehicle emissions 
        sufficient to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of 
        this subsection within 12 months after such deadline or other 
        measures sufficient to correct such failures, the 
        transportation plan shall lapse.
            ``(10) Lapse.--The term `lapse' means that the conformity 
        determination for a transportation plan or transportation 
        improvement program has expired, and thus there is no currently 
        conforming transportation plan or transportation improvement 
        program.''.

SEC. 1825. ELIGIBILITY TO PARTICIPATE IN WESTERN ALASKA COMMUNITY 
              DEVELOPMENT QUOTA PROGRAM.

    A community is deemed to be eligible to participate in the western 
Alaska community development quota program established under section 
305(i) of the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act 
(16 U.S.C. 1855(i)) if the community--
            (1) is listed in table 7 to part 679 of title 50, Code of 
        Federal Regulations, as in effect on March 8, 2004; or
            (2) was determined to be eligible participate in such 
        program by the National Marine Fisheries Service on April 19, 
        1999.

SEC. 1826. METROPOLITAN REGIONAL FREIGHT AND PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION 
              STUDY.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall enter into an agreement with a 
partnership comprised of 2 institutions of higher learning to study 
metropolitan regional freight and passenger transportation and system-
wide performance utilizing an interdisciplinary technique of supply 
chain management, geographic information systems, and urban/suburban 
planning and management.
    (b) Contents of Study.--The study under this section shall include, 
at a minimum, evaluations of--
            (1) best practices for regional transportation operations 
        and management;
            (2) relationships among truck trip generation and economic 
        activities;
            (3) spatial analysis of the distribution of economic 
        activity and transportation investments;
            (4) congestion mitigation and management of air quality 
        through the concentration of modeling and technology;
            (5) supply chain management and geographic information 
        systems; and
            (6) infrastructure management and renewal.
    (c) Federal Share.--The Federal share of the cost of the study 
under this section shall be 100 percent.
    (d) Funding.--Of the amounts made available to carry out section 
1305 for each of fiscal years 2005 through 2009, $1,800,000 shall be 
made available to carry out this section.

SEC. 1827. INTERMODAL TRANSPORTATION FACILITY EXPANSION.

    Any Federal and non-Federal share provided for the Port of 
Anchorage for an intermodal transportation marine facility or for 
access to that facility shall be transferred to and administered by the 
Administrator of the Maritime Administration.

SEC. 1828. ADVANCED TRUCK STOP ELECTRIFICATION SYSTEM.

    (a) Definition.--Section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code, as 
amended by section 1202 of this Act, is further amended by adding at 
the end the following:
            ``(40) Advanced truck stop electrification system.--The 
        term `advanced truck stop electrification system' means a 
        stationary system that delivers heat, air conditioning, 
        electricity, and communications, and is capable of providing 
        verifiable evidence of use of those services, to a heavy-duty 
        vehicle and any occupants of the heavy-duty vehicle without 
        relying on components mounted onboard the heavy-duty vehicle 
        for delivery of those services.''.
    (b) Eligibility Under STP.--Section 133(b)(6) of such title is 
amended by inserting ``, including advanced truck stop electrification 
systems'' before the period at the end.

SEC. 1829. TECHNOLOGY.

    States are encouraged to consider using a non-destructive 
technology able to detect cracks including sub-surface flaws as small 
as 0.005 inches in length or depth in steel bridges.

SEC. 1830. EXTENSION OF PUBLIC TRANSIT VEHICLE EXEMPTION FROM AXLE 
              WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS.

    Section 1023(h)(1) of the Intermodal Surface Transportation 
Efficiency Act of 1991 (23 U.S.C. 127 note; 106 Stat. 1552) is amended 
by striking ``2005'' and inserting ``2009''.

SEC. 1831. MOTORCYCLIST ADVISORY COUNCIL.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary, acting through the Administrator of 
the Federal Highway Administration, in consultation with the Committee 
on Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of Representatives 
and the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the Senate, shall 
appoint a Motorcyclist Advisory Council to coordinate with and advise 
the Administrator on infrastructure issues of concern to motorcyclists, 
including--
            (1) barrier design;
            (2) road design, construction, and maintenance practices; 
        and
            (3) the architecture and implementation of intelligent 
        transportation system technologies.
    (b) Composition.--The Council shall consist of not more than 10 
members of the motorcycling community with professional expertise in 
national motorcyclist safety advocacy, including--
            (1) at least--
                    (A) 1 member recommended by a national motorcyclist 
                association;
                    (B) 1 member recommended by a national motorcycle 
                riders foundation;
                    (C) 1 representative of the National Association of 
                State Motorcycle Safety Administrators;
                    (D) 2 members of State motorcyclists' 
                organizations;
                    (E) 1 member recommended by a national organization 
                that represents the builders of highway infrastructure;
                    (F) 1 member recommended by a national association 
                that represents the traffic safety systems industry; 
                and
                    (G) 1 member of a national safety organization; and
            (2) at least 1, and not more than 2, motorcyclists who are 
        traffic system design engineers or State transportation 
        department officials.

SEC. 1832. SHARING OF MONETARY RECOVERIES.

    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, monetary judgments 
accruing to the Government from judgments in Federal criminal 
prosecutions and civil proceedings pertaining to fraud in Federally 
funded highway and public transportation projects and programs shall be 
treated as follows:
            (1) Any amount less than or equal to the single damages 
        incurred as the result of such fraud shall be credited to the 
        Federal account from which the funds for the project or program 
        that is at issue in the fraud came, except to the extent that 
        such Federal account has been credited as the result of any 
        judgment in favor of a grant recipient.
            (2) Any amount in excess of the amount credited pursuant to 
        paragraph (1) shall be shared with the State or other recipient 
        involved if--
                    (A) the State or other recipient enters into a 
                legally binding agreement with the Secretary to use the 
                funds for a purpose eligible for Federal assistance 
                under title 23 or chapter 53 of title 49, United States 
                Code, as the case may be;
                    (B) the amount to be shared with the State or other 
                recipient is determined by the Attorney General, in 
                consultation with the Secretary; and
                    (C) the Attorney General, in consultation with the 
                Secretary, determines that the fraud did not occur as a 
                result of negligent oversight or actual involvement in 
                the fraud by the State or other recipient or any senior 
                official of the State or other recipient.

SEC. 1833. ELIGIBILITY UNDER CMAQ.

    Section 149(b)(4) of title 23, United States Code is amended by 
inserting ``, including advanced truck stop electrification systems,'' 
after ``facility or program''.

SEC. 1834. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING BUY AMERICA.

    It is the sense of Congress that--
            (1) the Buy America test required by section 165 of the 
        Surface Transportation Assistance Act of 1982 (23 U.S.C. 101 
        note) needs to be applied to an entire bridge project and not 
        only to component parts of such project;
            (2) the law clearly states that domestic materials must be 
        used in Federal highway projects unless there is a finding that 
        the inclusion of domestic materials will increase the cost of 
        the overall project by more than 25 percent;
            (3) uncertainty regarding how to apply Buy America laws for 
        major bridge projects threatens the domestic bridge industry;
            (4) the Nation's unemployment rate continues to hover 
        around 5.6 percent, steps are needed to protect American 
        workers and the domestic bridge building industry; and
            (5) the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C. 10a et seq.) was 
        designed to ensure that, when taxpayer money is spent on direct 
        Federal Government procurement and infrastructure projects, 
        these expenditures stimulate United States production and job 
        creation.

SEC. 1835. COMMUNITY ENHANCEMENT STUDY.

    (a) In General.--The Secretary shall conduct a study on--
            (1) the role of well-designed transportation projects in--
                    (A) promoting economic development;
                    (B) protecting public health, safety and the 
                environment; and
                    (C) enhancing the architectural design and planning 
                of communities; and
            (2) the positive economic, cultural, aesthetic, scenic, 
        architectural, and environmental benefits of such projects for 
        communities.
    (b) Contents.--The study shall address the following:
            (1) The degree to which well-designed transportation 
        projects have positive economic, cultural, aesthetic, scenic, 
        architectural, and environmental benefits for communities.
            (2) The degree to which such projects protect and 
        contribute to improvements in public health and safety.
            (3) The degree to which such projects use inclusive public 
        participation processes to achieve quicker, more certain, and 
        better results.
            (4) The degree to which positive results are achieved by 
        linking transportation, design, and the implementation of 
        community visions for the future.
            (5) Facilitating the use of successful models or best 
        practices in transportation investment or development to 
        accomplish each of the following:
                    (A) Enhancement of community identity.
                    (B) Protection of public health and safety.
                    (C) Provision of a variety of choices in housing, 
                shopping, transportation, employment, and recreation.
                    (D) Preservation and enhancement of existing 
                infrastructure.
                    (E) Creation of a greater sense of community 
                through public involvement.
    (c) Report.--Not later than September 20, 2006, the Secretary shall 
transmit to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the 
House of Representatives and the Committee on Environment and Public 
Works of the Senate a report on the results of the study.
    (d) Administration.--To carry out this section, the Secretary shall 
make a grant to, or enter into a cooperative agreement or contract 
with, a national organization representing architects who have 
expertise in the design of a wide range of transportation and 
infrastructure projects, which include the design of buildings, public 
facilities, and surrounding communities.
    (e) Authorization.--Of the amounts made available to carry out 
section 1221 of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (23 
U.S.C. 101 note), $1,000,000 shall be available for each of fiscal year 
2005 and fiscal year 2006 to carry out this section; except that 
notwithstanding section 1221(e)(2) of such Act, the Federal share of 
the cost of the study shall be 100 percent.

SEC. 1836. TRANSPORTATION AND LOCAL WORKFORCE INVESTMENT.

    (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
            (1) Federal-aid highway programs provide State and local 
        governments and other recipients substantial funds for projects 
        that produce significant employment and job-training 
        opportunities.
            (2) Every $1,000,000,000 in Federal infrastructure 
        investment creates an estimated 47,500 jobs.
            (3) Jobs in transportation construction, including 
        apprenticeship positions, typically pay more than twice the 
        minimum wage, and include health and other benefits.
            (4) Transportation projects provide the impetus for job 
        training and employment opportunities for low income 
        individuals residing in the area in which a transportation 
        project is planned.
            (5) Transportation projects can offer young people, 
        particularly those who are economically disadvantaged, the 
        opportunity to gain productive employment.
            (6) The Alameda Corridor, a $2,400,000,000 transportation 
        project, is an example of a transportation project that 
        included a local hiring provision resulting in a full 30 
        percent of the project jobs being filled by locally hired and 
        trained men and women.
    (b) Sense of Congress.--It is the sense of Congress that Federal 
transportation projects should facilitate and encourage the 
collaboration between interested persons, including State, Federal, and 
local governments, community colleges, apprentice programs, local high 
schools, and other community based organizations that have an interest 
in improving the job skills of low-income individuals, to help leverage 
scarce training and community resources and to help ensure local 
participation in the building of transportation projects.

SEC. 1837. SPECIAL RULE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004.

    In any case in which an amount is authorized to be appropriated, 
made available, allocated, set aside, taken down, or subject to an 
obligation limitation for fiscal year 2004 for a program, project, or 
activity in any provision of this title, including an amendment made by 
this title, that is different than the amount authorized to be 
appropriated, made available, allocated, set aside, taken down, or 
subject to an obligation limitation for fiscal year 2004 for such 
program, project, or activity in any provision of the Surface 
Transportation Extension Act of 2004, Part V (Public Law 108-310), 
including any amendment made by such Act, the amount referred to in 
such Act shall be the amount authorized to be appropriated, made 
available, allocated, set aside, taken down, or subject to an 
obligation limitation.

SEC. 1838. AMO HOUGHTON BYPASS.

    (a) Findings.--Congress finds the following:
            (1) Amo Houghton first served his country when he 
        volunteered for military service during World War II and served 
        as a Private First Class in the United States Marine Corps;
            (2) Amo Houghton earned a bachelor's degree from Harvard 
        University and a master's degree from the Harvard School of 
        Business;
            (3) Amo Houghton was Chief Executive Officer of Corning, 
        Incorporated, before running for Congress and is remembered 
        fondly for his tremendous efforts to rebuild the City of 
        Corning, New York, and the Chemung Valley in the aftermath of 
        Hurricane Agnes and the devastating flood of 1972;
            (4) Amo Houghton spent his energy and time at Corning, 
        Incorporated, Congress, and even after Congress working to 
        build up the economy of the Southern Tier, Finger Lakes, and 
        Rochester region of New York;
            (5) Amo Houghton worked tirelessly with others to fund the 
        building projects that brought New York State Route 17 to the 
        necessary standards to be designated as Interstate Route 86;
            (6) one of the major projects required to upgrade New York 
        State Route 17 to Interstate standards and at the same time 
        eliminate a glaring problem and safety hazard was the 
        construction of the bypass route around the City of Corning, 
        New York;
            (7) Amo Houghton was a champion of many economic, trade, 
        and health issues during his service on the Ways and Means 
        Committee of the House of Representatives, including numerous 
        tax simplification measures and successful House and Senate 
        passage of the Clean Diamond Trade Act (Public Law 108-19) 
        which was signed into law by President George W. Bush;
            (8) Amo Houghton was an active player on the world stage as 
        a member of the International Relations Committee of the House 
        of Representatives through his Chairmanships of the Canada-
        United States Interparliamentary Group, the Asia-Pacific 
        Parliamentary Forum, the Oxford Forum, and the United States-
        Japan Economic Agenda Forum and Vice Chairmanship of the Africa 
        Subcommittee of the International Relations Committee;
            (9) Amo Houghton served in many other capacities for the 
        good of Congress, including his work as a founding member of 
        the Bipartisan Retreat Committee of the House of 
        Representatives, the Members and Family Room Committee of the 
        House of Representatives, and as Co-Chairman of the Faith and 
        Politics Institute; and
            (10) among his colleagues in Congress, Amo Houghton will 
        always be remembered as a man of principle, statesmanship, 
        moderation, bipartisanship, and civility.
    (b) Designation.--The Secretary of Transportation shall work with 
the State of New York to ensure that the segment of Interstate Route 86 
between its interchange with New York State Route 15 in the vicinity of 
Painted Post, New York, and its interchange with New York State Route 
352 in the vicinity of Corning, New York, is known and designated as 
the ``Amo Houghton Bypass''.

SEC. 1839. INCLUSION OF CERTAIN ROUTE SEGMENTS ON THE INTERSTATE 
              SYSTEM.

    Section 1105(e)(5) of the Intermodal Surface Transportation 
Efficiency Act of 1991 (105 Stat. 2032; 118 Stat. 293) is amended--
            (1) in subparagraph (A) by striking ``and subsection 
        (c)(45)'' and inserting ``subsection (c)(45), and subsection 
        (c)(57)''; and
            (2) by adding the following at the end of subparagraph 
        (B)(i): ``The route referred to in subsection (c)(57) is 
        designated as Interstate Route I-41.''.

SEC. 1840. RESCISSION OF UNOBLIGATED BALANCES.

    (a) In General.--On September 30, 2009, $12,000,000,000 of the 
unobligated balances of funds apportioned before such date to the 
States for the Interstate maintenance, national highway system, bridge, 
congestion mitigation and air quality improvement, surface 
transportation (other than the STP set-aside programs), metropolitan 
planning, minimum guarantee, Appalachian development highway system, 
recreational trails, safe routes to school, freight intermodal 
connectors, coordinated border infrastructure, high risk rural road, 
and highway safety improvement programs, and each of the STP set-aside 
programs, is rescinded.
    (b) Allocation Among States.--The Secretary shall determine each 
State's share of the amount to be rescinded by subsection (a) on 
September 30, 2009, by multiplying $12,000,000,000 by the ratio of the 
aggregate amount apportioned to such State for fiscal years 2004 
through 2009 for all the programs referred to in subsection (a) to the 
aggregate amount apportioned to all States for such fiscal years for 
those programs.
    (c) Calculations.--To determine the allocation of the amount to be 
rescinded for a State under subsection (b) among the programs referred 
to in subsection (a), the Secretary shall make the following 
calculations:
            (1) The Secretary shall multiply such amount to be 
        rescinded by the ratio that the aggregate amount of unobligated 
        funds available to the State on September 30, 2009, for each 
        such program bears to the aggregate amount of unobligated funds 
        available to the State on September 30, 2009, for all such 
        programs.
            (2) The Secretary shall multiply such amount to be 
        rescinded by the ratio that the aggregate of the amount 
        apportioned to the State for each such program for fiscal years 
        2004 through 2009 bears to the aggregate amount apportioned to 
        the State for all such programs for fiscal years 2004 through 
        2009.
    (d) Allocation Among Programs.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary, in consultation with the 
        State, shall rescind for the State from each program referred 
        to in subsection (a) the amount determined for the program 
        under subsection (c)(1).
            (2) Special rule.--
                    (A) Restoration of funds for covered programs.--If 
                the rescission calculated under subsection (c)(1) for a 
                covered program exceeds the amount calculated for the 
                covered program under subsection (c)(2), the State 
                shall immediately restore to the apportionment account 
                for the covered program from the unobligated balances 
                of programs referred to in subsection (a) (other than 
                covered programs) the amount of funds required so that 
                the net rescission from the covered program does not 
                exceed the amount calculated for the covered program 
                under subsection (c)(2).
                    (B) Treatment of restored funds.--Any funds 
                restored under subparagraph (A) shall be deemed to be 
                the funds that were rescinded for the purposes of 
                obligation.
            (3) Covered program defined.--In paragraph (2), the term 
        ``covered program'' means a program authorized under sections 
        130 and 152 of title 23, United States Code, paragraph (1), 
        (2), or (3) of section 133(d) of that title, section 144 of 
        that title, section 149 of that title, or section 1121(a) of 
        this Act.
    (e) Treatment of Safety Programs.--In making calculations under 
subsections (c)(1), (c)(2), and (d)(2), the Secretary shall treat the 
STP set-aside program for safety programs and the highway safety 
improvement program as a single program.
    (f) STP Set-Aside Program Defined.--In this section, the term ``STP 
set-aside program'' means the amount set aside under section 133(d) of 
title 23, United States Code, for each of the safety programs, 
transportation enhancement activities, and division between urbanized 
areas of over 200,000 population and other areas.

SEC. 1841. TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT CREDITS.

    Section 120(j)(1) of title 23, United States Code, is amended--
            (1) by striking ``A State'' and inserting the following:
                    ``(A) In general.--A State''; and
            (2) by striking the last sentence and inserting the 
        following:
                    ``(B) Special rule for use of federal funds.--If 
                the public, quasi-public, or private agency has built, 
                improved, or maintained the facility using Federal 
                funds, the credit under this paragraph shall be reduced 
                by a percentage equal to the percentage of the total 
                cost of building, improving, or maintaining the 
                facility that was derived from Federal funds.
                    ``(C) Federal funds defined.--In this paragraph, 
                the term `Federal funds' does not include loans of 
                Federal funds or other financial assistance that must 
                be repaid to the Government.''.

                        TITLE II--HIGHWAY SAFETY

SEC. 2001. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

    (a) In General.--The following sums are authorized to be 
appropriated out of the Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit 
Account):
            (1) Highway safety programs.--For carrying out section 402 
        of title 23, United States Code, $164,027,000 for fiscal year 
        2004, $163,680,000 for fiscal year 2005, $229,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2006, $232,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, 
        $238,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $245,000,000 for fiscal 
        year 2009.
            (2) Occupant protection incentive grants.--For carrying out 
        section 405 of title 23, United States Code, $19,882,000 for 
        fiscal year 2004, $19,840,000 for fiscal year 2005, 
        $136,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $139,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2007, $143,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $150,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2009.
            (3) Alcohol-impaired driving countermeasures incentive 
        grant program.--For carrying out section 410 of title 23, 
        United States Code, $39,764,000 for fiscal year 2004, 
        $39,680,000 for fiscal year 2005, $129,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2006, $133,000,000 for fiscal year 2007, $138,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2008, and $144,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
            (4) State traffic safety information improvements.--For 
        carrying out section 412 of title 23, United States Code, 
        $30,000,000 for fiscal year 2006, $35,000,000 for fiscal year 
        2007, $40,000,000 for fiscal year 2008, and $40,000,000 for 
        fiscal year 2009.
            (5) National driver register.--For carrying out chapter 303 
        of title 49, United States Code, by the National Highway 
        Traffic Safety Administration, $3,976,000 for fiscal year 2004, 
        $3,968,000 for fiscal year 2005, and $4,000,000 for each of 
        fiscal years 2006 through 2009.
            (6) High visibility enforcement program.--For carrying out 
        section 2005 of this title, $15,000,000 for each of fiscal 
        years 2006 through 2009.
    (b) Applicability of Title 23.--Except as otherwise provided in 
chapter 4 of title 23, United States Code, and this title, amounts made 
available under subsection (a) for each of fiscal years 2004 through 
2009 shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if such 
funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code.
    (c) Transfers.--In each fiscal year, the Secretary may transfer any 
amounts remaining available under paragraph (2), (3), or (4) of 
subsection (a) to the amounts made available under any other of such 
paragraphs in order to ensure, to the maximum extent possible, that 
each State receives the maximum incentive funding for which the State 
is eligible under sections 405, 410, and 412 of title 23, United States 
Code.

SEC. 2002. OCCUPANT PROTECTION INCENTIVE GRANTS.

    (a) General Authority.--Section 405(a) of title 23, United States 
Code, is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (2) by striking ``Transportation Equity 
        Act for the 21st Century'' and inserting ``Transportation 
        Equity Act: A Legacy for Users'';
            (2) in paragraph (3) by striking ``1997'' and inserting 
        ``2003''; and
            (3) in paragraphs (4)(A), (4)(B), and (4)(C) by inserting 
        after ``years'' the following: ``beginning after September 30, 
        2003,''.
    (b) Grant Eligibility.--Section 405(b) of title 23, United States 
Code, is amended by striking ``A State shall become eligible'' and 
inserting the following: ``A State shall be eligible for a grant under 
this section if the State has a seat belt usage rate of 85 percent or 
greater as of the date of the grant, as determined by the Secretary. A 
State shall also become eligible''.
    (c) Grant Amounts.--Section 405(c) of title 23, United States Code, 
is amended--
            (1) by striking ``25 percent'' and inserting ``100 
        percent''; and
            (2) by striking ``1997'' and inserting ``2003''.

SEC. 2003. ALCOHOL-IMPAIRED DRIVING COUNTERMEASURES.

    (a) General Authority.--Section 410(a) of title 23, United States 
Code, is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (2) by striking ``Transportation Equity 
        Act for the 21st Century'' and inserting ``Transportation 
        Equity Act: A Legacy for Users'';
            (2) in paragraph (3) by striking ``1997'' and inserting 
        ``2003''; and
            (3) in paragraphs (4)(A), (4)(B), and (4)(C) by inserting 
        after ``years'' the following: ``beginning after September 30, 
        2003,''.
    (b) Basic Grant a.--Section 410(b)(1) of title 23, United States 
Code, is amended--
            (1) by striking ``A State shall become eligible'' and 
        inserting the following: ``A State shall be eligible for a 
        grant under this paragraph if the State has an alcohol-related 
        fatality rate per 100,000,000 vehicle miles traveled of 0.5 or 
        less as of the date of the grant, as determined by the 
        Secretary using the Fatality Analysis Reporting System of the 
        National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. A State shall 
        also become eligible'';
            (2) by striking ``at least 5 of the following'' and 
        inserting ``at least 6 of the following for fiscal year 2005 
        and fiscal year 2006 and at least 7 of the following for each 
        fiscal year thereafter'';
            (3) in subparagraph (A)--
                    (A) by striking ``and'' at the end of clause 
                (i)(II);
                    (B) by striking the period at the end of clause 
                (ii) and inserting a semicolon; and
                    (C) by adding at the end the following:
                            ``(iii) the suspension referred to under 
                        clause (i)(I) may allow an individual to 
                        operate a motor vehicle, after the 15-day 
                        period beginning on the date of the suspension, 
                        to and from employment, school, or an alcohol 
                        treatment program if an ignition interlock 
                        device is installed on each of the motor 
                        vehicles owned or operated, or both, by the 
                        individual; and
                            ``(iv) the suspension and revocation 
                        referred to under clause (i)(II) may allow an 
                        individual to operate a motor vehicle, after 
                        the 45-day period beginning on the date of the 
                        suspension or revocation, to and from 
                        employment, school, or an alcohol treatment 
                        program if an ignition interlock device is 
                        installed on each of the motor vehicles owned 
                        or operated, or both, by the individual.'';
            (4) in subparagraph (B)--
                    (A) by striking ``may include the issuance'' and 
                inserting the following:
 ``may include--
                            ``(i) the issuance''; and
                    (B) by striking the period at the end and inserting 
                ``; and'' and the following:
                            ``(ii) a program provided by a nonprofit 
                        organization for training point of sale 
                        personnel concerning, at a minimum, the 
                        following:
                                    ``(I) the clinical effects of 
                                alcohol;
                                    ``(II) methods of preventing second 
                                party sales of alcohol;
                                    ``(III) recognizing signs of 
                                intoxication;
                                    ``(IV) methods to prevent underage 
                                drinking;
                                    ``(V) Federal, State, and local 
                                laws that are relevant to such 
                                personnel.'';
            (5) by striking subparagraph (F) and inserting the 
        following:
                    ``(F) Outreach program.--A judicial and 
                prosecutorial education, training, and outreach program 
                that provides information on the appropriateness and 
                effectiveness of sentencing options.''; and
            (6) by adding at the end the following:
                    ``(H) Self-sustaining drunk driving prevention 
                program.--A self-sustaining drunk driving prevention 
                program under which a significant portion of the fines 
                or surcharges collected from individuals apprehended 
                and fined for operating a motor vehicle while under the 
                influence of alcohol are returned to those communities 
                that have comprehensive programs for the prevention of 
                such operations of motor vehicles.
                    ``(I) Programs for effective alcohol 
                rehabilitation.--A program for effective inpatient and 
                outpatient alcohol rehabilitation based on mandatory 
                assessment and appropriate treatment for repeat 
                offenders described in subparagraph (A)(i)(II), 
                including a program of the court system (such as a 
                driving while intoxicated court) for the purpose of 
                changing the behavior of alcohol or drug dependent 
                offenders arrested for driving while impaired.
                    ``(J) Program for the impoundment of vehicles.--A 
                program to impound a vehicle operated by a person who 
                is arrested for operating that vehicle while under the 
                influence of alcohol.''.
    (c) Basic Grant B.--Section 410(b) of title 23, United States Code, 
is amended--
            (1) by striking paragraph (2) and inserting the following:
            ``(2) Basic grant b.--A State shall become eligible for a 
        grant under this paragraph if the State--
                    ``(A) has an alcohol-related fatality rate per 
                100,000,000 vehicle miles traveled of 0.8 or more as of 
                the date of the grant, as determined by the Secretary 
                using the Fatality Analysis Reporting System of the 
                National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; and
                    ``(B) establishes, subject to such requirements as 
                the Secretary may prescribe, a task force to evaluate 
                and recommend changes to the State's drunk driving 
                programs.''; and
            (2) in paragraph (3)--
                    (A) by striking ``25 percent'' and inserting ``100 
                percent''; and
                    (B) by striking ``1997'' and inserting ``2003''.
    (d) Supplemental Grants.--Section 410(c) of title 23, United States 
Code, is amended to read as follows:
    ``(c) Allocation for Basic Grant B.--Not more than $20,000,000 per 
fiscal year of amounts made available to carry out this section shall 
be available for making grants under subsection (b)(2).''.
    (e) Effective Date.--The amendments made by this section shall take 
effect on September 30, 2005.

SEC. 2004. STATE TRAFFIC SAFETY INFORMATION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS.

    (a) In General.--Chapter 4 of title 23, United States Code, is 
amended by adding at the end the following:
``Sec. 412. State traffic safety information system improvements
    ``(a) General Authority.--
            ``(1) Authority to make grants.--Subject to the 
        requirements of this section, the Secretary shall make grants 
        to States that adopt and implement effective programs to--
                    ``(A) improve the timeliness, accuracy, 
                completeness, uniformity, integration, and 
                accessibility of the safety data of the State that is 
                needed to identify priorities for national, State, and 
                local highway and traffic safety programs;
                    ``(B) evaluate the effectiveness of efforts to make 
                such improvements;
                    ``(C) link these State data systems, including 
                traffic records, with other data systems within the 
                State, such as systems that contain medical, roadway, 
                and economic data; and
                    ``(D) improve the compatibility and 
                interoperability of the data systems of the State with 
                national data systems and data systems of other States 
                and enhance the ability of the Secretary to observe and 
                analyze national trends in crash occurrences, rates, 
                outcomes, and circumstances.
            ``(2) Use of grants.--A State may use a grant received 
        under this section only to implement such programs.
            ``(3) Model data elements.--The Secretary, in consultation 
        with States and other appropriate parties, shall determine the 
        model data elements necessary to observe and analyze State and 
        national trends in crash occurrences, rates, outcomes, and 
        circumstances. In order to become eligible for a grant under 
        this section, a State shall certify to the Secretary the 
        State's adoption and use of such model data elements.
            ``(4) Maintenance of effort.--No grant may be made to a 
        State under this section in any fiscal year unless the State 
        enters into such agreements with the Secretary as the Secretary 
        may require ensuring that the State will maintain its aggregate 
        expenditures from all other sources for highway safety data 
        programs at or above the average level of such expenditures in 
        the 2 fiscal years preceding the date of enactment of this 
        section.
            ``(5) Federal share.--The Federal share of the cost of 
        implementing in a fiscal year a program of a State pursuant to 
        paragraph (1) shall not exceed 80 percent.
    ``(b) First-Year Grants.--To be eligible for a first-year grant 
under this section, a State shall demonstrate to the satisfaction of 
the Secretary that the State has--
            ``(1) established a highway safety data and traffic records 
        coordinating committee with a multidisciplinary membership that 
        includes, among others, managers, collectors, and users of 
        traffic records and public health and injury control data 
        systems; and
            ``(2) developed a multiyear highway safety data and traffic 
        records system strategic plan that addresses existing 
        deficiencies in the State's highway safety data and traffic 
        records system and is approved by the highway safety data and 
        traffic records coordinating committee and--
                    ``(A) specifies how existing deficiencies in the 
                State's highway safety data and traffic records system 
                were identified;
                    ``(B) prioritizes, based on the identified highway 
                safety data and traffic records system deficiencies, 
                the highway safety data and traffic records system 
                needs and goals of the State, including the activities 
                described in subsection (a)(1);
                    ``(C) identifies performance-based measures by 
                which progress toward those goals will be determined;
                    ``(D) specifies how the grant funds and any other 
                funds of the State will be used to address needs and 
                goals identified in the multiyear plan; and
                    ``(E) includes a current report on the progress in 
                implementing the multiyear plan that documents progress 
                toward the specified goals.
    ``(c) Succeeding-Year Grants.--
            ``(1) Eligibility.--A State shall be eligible for a grant 
        under this section in a fiscal year succeeding the first fiscal 
        year in which the State receives a grant under subsection (b) 
        if the State, to the satisfaction of the Secretary--
                    ``(A) submits an updated multiyear plan that meets 
                the requirements of subsection (b)(2);
                    ``(B) certifies that its highway safety data and 
                traffic records coordinating committee continues to 
                operate and supports the multiyear plan;
                    ``(C) specifies how the grant funds and any other 
                funds of the State will be used to address needs and 
                goals identified in the multiyear plan;
                    ``(D) demonstrates measurable progress toward 
                achieving the goals and objectives identified in the 
                multiyear plan; and
                    ``(E) includes a current report on the progress in 
                implementing the multiyear plan.
    ``(d) Grant Amounts.--
            ``(1) In general.--The amount of a grant made to a State 
        for a fiscal year under this section shall equal an amount 
        determined by multiplying--
                    ``(A) the amount appropriated to carry out this 
                section for such fiscal year; by
                    ``(B) the ratio that the funds apportioned to the 
                State under section 402 for fiscal year 2003 bears to 
                the funds apportioned to all States under section 402 
                for fiscal year 2003.
            ``(2) Minimum amount.--Notwithstanding subparagraph (A)--
                    ``(A) a State eligible for a first-year grant under 
                this section shall not receive less than $300,000; and
                    ``(B) a State eligible for a succeeding-year grant 
                under this section shall not receive less than 
                $500,000.
    ``(e) Administrative Expenses.--Funds authorized to be appropriated 
to carry out this section in a fiscal year shall be subject to a 
deduction not to exceed 5 percent for the necessary costs of 
administering the provisions of this section.
    ``(f) Applicability of Chapter 1.--The provisions contained in 
section 402(d) shall apply to this section.''.
    (b) Conforming Amendment.--The analysis for chapter 4 of title 23, 
United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:

``412. State traffic safety information system improvements.''.

SEC. 2005. HIGH VISIBILITY ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM.

    The Secretary shall establish a program to support national 
impaired driving mobilization and enforcement efforts and national 
safety belt mobilization and enforcement, including the purchase of 
national paid advertisement (including production and placement) to 
support such efforts.

SEC. 2006. MOTORCYCLE CRASH CAUSATION STUDY.

    (a) In General.--Using funds made available to carry out section 
403 of title 23, United States Code, the Secretary shall conduct a 
study of the causes of motorcycle crashes.
    (b) Report.--Not later than 3 years after the date of enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to Congress a report on the 
results of the study.

SEC. 2007. CHILD SAFETY AND CHILD BOOSTER SEAT INCENTIVE GRANTS.

    (a) General Authority.--Subject to the requirements of this 
section, the Secretary shall make grants to States that enact or have 
enacted and are enforcing a law requiring that children riding in 
passenger motor vehicles who are too large to be secured in a child 
safety seat be secured in a child restraint that meets the requirements 
prescribed by the Secretary under section 3 of Anton's Law (116 Stat. 
2772).
    (b) Maintenance of Effort.--No grant may be made to a State under 
this section in a fiscal year unless the State enters into such 
agreements with the Secretary as the Secretary may require to ensure 
that the State will maintain its aggregate expenditures from all other 
sources for child safety seat and child booster seat programs at or 
above the average level of such expenditures in its 2 fiscal years 
preceding the date of enactment of this Act.
    (c) Federal Share.--The Federal share of the cost of implementing 
and enforcing in a fiscal year a law adopted by a State under 
subsection (a) shall not exceed--
            (1) for the first 3 fiscal years for which a State receives 
        a grant under this section, 75 percent; and
            (2) for the fourth fiscal year for which a State receives a 
        grant under this section, 50 percent.
    (d) Grant Eligibility.--
            (1) In general.--A State is eligible for a grant under this 
        section if the State has in effect and enforces a law described 
        in subsection (a).
            (2) Maximum period of eligibility.--No State may receive 
        grants under this section in more than 4 fiscal years beginning 
        after September 30, 2005.
    (e) Eligible Uses of Funds.--A State may use a grant under this 
section only to carry out child safety seat and child booster seat 
programs, including the following:
            (1) A program to educate the public concerning the proper 
        use and installation of child safety seats and child booster 
        seats.
            (2) A program to train child passenger safety 
        professionals, police officers, fire and emergency medical 
        personnel, and educators concerning all aspects of the use of 
        child safety seats and booster seats.
            (3) A program to purchase and distribute child safety 
        seats, child booster seats, and other appropriate passenger 
        motor vehicle child restraints to families that cannot 
        otherwise afford such seats or restraints.
            (4) A program to support enforcement of child restraint 
        laws.
    (f) Grant Amount.--The amount of a grant to a State for a fiscal 
year under this section may not exceed 25 percent of the amount 
apportioned to the State for fiscal year 2003 under section 402 of 
title 23, United States Code.
    (g) Administrative Expenses.--Funds authorized to be appropriated 
to carry out this section in a fiscal year shall be subject to a 
deduction not to exceed 2.5 percent for the necessary costs of 
administering the provisions of this section.
    (h) Applicability of Chapter 1.--The provisions contained in 
section 402(d) of title 23, United States Code, apply to this section.
    (i) Report.--Each State to which a grant is made under this section 
shall transmit to the Secretary a report documenting the manner in 
which grant amounts were obligated and expended and identifying the 
specific programs carried out with or supported by grant funds. The 
report shall be in a form prescribed by the Secretary and may be 
combined with other State grant reporting requirements under of chapter 
4 of title 23, United States Code.
    (j) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions apply:
            (1) Child restraint.--The term ``child restraint'' means 
        any product designed to provide restraint to a child (including 
        booster seats and other products used with a lap and shoulder 
        belt assembly) that meets applicable Federal motor vehicle 
        safety standards prescribed by the National Highway Traffic 
        Safety Administration.
            (2) Child safety seat.--The term ``child safety seat'' has 
        the meaning such term has in section 405(f) of title 23, United 
        States Code.
            (3) Passenger motor vehicle.--The term ``passenger motor 
        vehicle'' has the meaning such term has in such section 405(f).
            (4) State.--The term ``State'' has the meaning such term 
        has in section 101(a) of such title.
    (k) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section from the Highway Trust Fund 
(other than the Mass Transit Account) $6,000,000 for each of fiscal 
years 2006 through 2008 and $7,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.

SEC. 2008. MOTORCYCLIST SAFETY.

    (a) Authority to Make Grants.--Subject to the requirements of this 
section, the Secretary shall make grants to States that adopt and 
implement effective programs to reduce the number of single- and multi-
vehicle crashes involving motorcyclists.
    (b) Maintenance of Effort.--No grant may be made to a State under 
this section in a fiscal year unless the State enters into such 
agreements with the Secretary as the Secretary may require to ensure 
that the State will maintain its aggregate expenditures from all the 
other sources for motorcyclist safety training programs and 
motorcyclist awareness programs at or above the average level of such 
expenditures in its 2 fiscal years preceding the date of enactment of 
this Act.
    (c) Maximum Period of Eligibility.--No State may receive grants 
under this section in more than 4 fiscal years beginning after 
September 30, 2005.
    (d) Federal Share.--The Federal share of the cost of implementing 
and enforcing, as appropriate, in a fiscal year a program adopted by a 
State in accordance with subsection (a) shall not exceed--
            (1) for the first 3 years for which a State receives a 
        grant under this section, 75 percent; and
            (2) for the fourth fiscal year for which a State receives a 
        grant under this section, 50 percent.
    (e) Grant Eligibility.--
            (1) In general.--A State becomes eligible for a grant under 
        this section by adopting or demonstrating to the satisfaction 
        of the Secretary--
                    (A) for the first fiscal year for which the State 
                will receive a grant under this section, at least 1 of 
                the 6 criteria listed in paragraph (2);
                    (B) for the second, third, and fourth fiscal years 
                for which the State will receive a grant under this 
                section, at least 2 of the 6 criteria listed in 
                paragraph (2); and
                    (C) for any subsequent fiscal years for which the 
                State will receive a grant under this section, at least 
                3 of the 6 criteria listed in paragraph (2).
            (2) Criteria.--The criteria for eligibility for a grant 
        under this section are the following:
                    (A) Motorcycle rider training courses.--An 
                effective motorcycle rider training course that is 
                offered throughout the State, provides a formal program 
                of instruction in accident avoidance and other safety-
                oriented operational skills to motorcyclists, and may 
                include innovative training opportunities to meet 
                unique regional needs.
                    (B) Motorcyclists awareness program.--An effective 
                statewide program to enhance motorist awareness of the 
                presence of motorcyclists on or near roadways and safe 
                driving practices that avoid injuries to motorcyclists.
                    (C) Reduction of fatalities and crashes involving 
                motorcycles.--A reduction for the preceding calendar 
                year in the number of motorcycle fatalities and the 
                rate of motor vehicle crashes involving motorcycles in 
                the State (expressed as a function of 10,000 motorcycle 
                registrations).
                    (D) Impaired driving program.--Implementation of a 
                statewide program to reduce impaired driving, including 
                specific measures to reduce impaired motorcycle 
                operation.
                    (E) Reduction of fatalities and accidents involving 
                impaired motorcyclists.--A reduction for the preceding 
                calendar year in the number of fatalities and the rate 
                of reported crashes involving alcohol- or drug-impaired 
                motorcycle operators (expressed as a function of 10,000 
                motorcycle registrations).
                    (F) Fees collected from motorcyclists.--All fees 
                collected by the State from motorcyclists for the 
                purposes of funding motorcycle training and safety 
                programs are used for motorcycle training and safety 
                programs.
    (f) Eligible Uses.--
            (1) In general.--A State may use funds from a grant under 
        this section only for motorcyclist safety training and 
        motorcyclist awareness programs, including--
                    (A) improvements to motorcyclist safety training 
                curricula;
                    (B) improvements in program delivery of motorcycle 
                training to both urban and rural areas, including--
                            (i) procurement or repair of practice 
                        motorcycles;
                            (ii) instructional materials;
                            (iii) mobile training units; and
                            (iv) leasing or purchase of facilities for 
                        classroom instruction and closed-course skill 
                        training;
                    (C) measures designed to increase the recruitment 
                or retention of motorcyclist safety training 
                instructors; and
                    (D) public awareness, public service announcements, 
                and other outreach programs to enhance motorcyclist 
                awareness.
            (2) Suballocations of funds.--An agency that receives a 
        grant under this section may suballocate funds from the grant 
        to a nonprofit organization incorporated in that State to carry 
        out under this section.
    (g) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions apply:
            (1) Motorcyclist safety training.--The term ``motorcyclist 
        safety training'' means a formal program of instruction that--
                    (A) provides accident avoidance and other safety-
                oriented operational skills to motorcyclists; and
                    (B) is approved for use in a State by the 
                designated State authority having jurisdiction over 
                motorcyclist safety issues.
            (2) Motorcyclist awareness.--The term ``motorcyclist 
        awareness'' means individual or collective awareness of--
                    (A) the presence of motorcycles on or near 
                roadways; and
                    (B) safe driving practices that avoid injury to 
                motorcyclists.
            (3) Motorcyclist awareness program.--The term 
        ``motorcyclist awareness program'' means an informational or 
        public awareness program designed to enhance motorcyclist 
        awareness that is developed by or in coordination with the 
        designated State authority having jurisdiction over 
        motorcyclist safety issues.
            (4) State.--The term ``State'' has the same meaning such 
        term has in section 101(a) of title 23, United States Code.
    (h) Maximum Grant Amount.--The amount of a grant made to a State 
for a fiscal year under this section may not exceed 25 percent of the 
amount apportioned to the State for fiscal year 2003 under section 402 
of title 23, United States Code.
    (i) Administrative Expenses.--Funds authorized to be appropriated 
to carry out this section in a fiscal year shall be subject to a 
deduction by the Secretary not to exceed 5 percent for the necessary 
costs of administering the provisions of this section.
    (j) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to be 
appropriated to carry out this section from the Highway Trust Fund 
(other than the Mass Transit Account) $6,000,000 for each of fiscal 
years 2006 through 2008 and $7,000,000 for fiscal year 2009.
    (k) Applicability of Title 23.--Funds authorized under this section 
shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if the funds 
were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code; 
except that such funds shall not be transferable.

SEC. 2009. DRIVER FATIGUE.

    Section 402(a) of title 23, United States Code, is amended--
            (1) by striking ``and'' before ``(6)''; and
            (2) by inserting before the period the following: ``; and 
        (7) to reduce deaths and injuries resulting from persons 
        driving motor vehicles while fatigued''.

SEC. 2010. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY RESEARCH 
              AND DEVELOPMENT.

    (a) In General.--There is authorized to be appropriated out of the 
Highway Trust Fund (other than the Mass Transit Account) for carrying 
out section 403 of title 23, United States Code, $71,575,000 for fiscal 
year 2004, $71,424,000 for fiscal year 2005, and $75,000,000 for each 
of fiscal years 2006 through 2009.
    (b) Applicability of Title 23.--Except as otherwise provided in 
chapter 4 of title 23, United States Code, and this title, amounts made 
available under subsection (a) for each of fiscal years 2004 through 
2009 shall be available for obligation in the same manner as if such 
funds were apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code.

SEC. 2011. SAFETY DATA.

    (a) In General.--Using funds made available to carry out section 
403 of title 23, United States Code, for fiscal years 2005 through 
2009, the Secretary shall collect data and compile statistics on 
accidents involving motor vehicles being backed up that result in 
fatalities and injuries and that occur on public and nonpublic roads 
and residential and commercial driveways and parking facilities.
    (b) Report.--Not later than January 1, 2009, the Secretary shall 
transmit to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the 
House of Representatives and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
Transportation of the Senate a report on accidents described in 
subsection (a), including the data collected and statistics compiled 
under subsection (a) and any recommendations regarding measures to be 
taken to reduce the number of such accidents and the resulting 
fatalities and injuries.

SEC. 2012. DRIVER PERFORMANCE STUDY.

    (a) In General.--Using funds made available to carry out section 
403 of title 23, United States Code, for fiscal year 2005, the 
Secretary shall make $1,000,000 available to conduct a study on the 
risks associated with glare to oncoming drivers, including increased 
risks to drivers on 2-lane highways, increased risks to drivers over 
the age of 50, and the overall effects of glare on driver performance.
    (b) Report.--Not later than 18 months after the date of enactment 
of this Act, the Secretary shall transmit to the Committee on 
Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of Representatives and 
the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation of the Senate a 
report on the results of the study and any recommendations regarding 
measures to reduce the risks associated with glare to oncoming drivers.

SEC. 2013. DRUG IMPAIRED DRIVING ENFORCEMENT.

    (a) Short Title.--This section may be cited as the ``Drug Impaired 
Driving Research and Prevention Act''.
    (b) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions apply:
            (1) Controlled substance.--The term ``controlled 
        substance'' includes substances listed in schedules I through V 
        of section 112(e) of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 
        812(e)).
            (2) Drug recognition expert.--The term ``drug recognition 
        expert'' means an individual trained in a specific evaluation 
        procedure that enables the person to determine whether an 
        individual is under the influence of drugs and then to 
        determine the type of drug causing the observable impairment.
    (c) Model Statute.--
            (1) In general.--The Secretary shall develop a model 
        statute for States relating to drug impaired driving.
            (2) Contents.--The model statute shall include--
                    (A) threshold levels of impairment for a controlled 
                substance;
                    (B) practicable methods for detecting the presence 
                of controlled substances; and
                    (C) penalties for drug impaired driving.
            (3) Recommendations.--The model statute shall be based on 
        the recommendations contained in the report submitted under 
        subsection (f).
            (4) Date.--The model statute should be provided to States 
        no later than 1 year after submission of the report contained 
        in subsection (f).
    (d) Research and Development.--Section 403(b) of title 23, United 
States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
            ``(5) New technology to detect drug use.
            ``(6) Research and development to improve testing 
        technology, including toxicology lab resources and field test 
        mechanisms to enable States to process toxicology evidence in a 
        more timely manner.
            ``(7) Determining per se unlawful impairment levels for 
        controlled substances and the compound effects of alcohol and 
        controlled substances on impairment to facilitate enforcement 
        of per se drug impaired driving laws. Research under this 
        paragraph shall be carried out in collaboration with the 
        National Institute on Drug Abuse of the National Institutes of 
        Health.''.
    (e) Duties.--The Administrator of the National Highway Traffic 
Safety Administration shall--
            (1) advise and coordinate with other Federal agencies on 
        how to address the problem of driving under the influence of an 
        illegal drug; and
            (2) conduct research on the prevention, detection, and 
        prosecution of driving under the influence of an illegal drug.
    (f) Report.--
            (1) In general.--Not later than 18 months after the date of 
        enactment of this Act, the National Institutes of Health shall 
        submit to the Secretary and to Congress a report on the problem 
        of drug-impaired driving.
            (2) Contents.--The report shall include--
                    (A) a description of the extent of the problem of 
                driving under the influence of an illegal drug in each 
                State and any available information relating thereto, 
                including a description of any laws relating to the 
                problem of driving under the influence of an illegal 
                drug;
                    (B) an assessment of the status of drug impaired 
                driving laws in the United States;
                    (C) a review of the compound effects of alcohol and 
                controlled substances on impairment;
                    (D) the role of drugs as a causal factor in traffic 
                crashes;
                    (E) an assessment of new research and technologies 
                developed in the area of drug detection for drug-
                impaired driving enforcement, including noninvasive 
                methods of detection;
                    (F) recommendations for addressing the problem of 
                driving under the influence of an illegal drug, 
                including recommendations on levels of impairment;
                    (G) a State-by-State review of drug recognition 
                expert programs and recommendations for enhancing those 
                programs through the training and utilization of drug 
                recognition experts; and
                    (H) recommendations for developing a model statute 
                relating to drug-impaired driving.
    (g) Funding.--Out of amounts appropriated to carry out section 403 
of title 23, United States Code, for fiscal years 2006 through 2009, 
the Secretary shall use $1,200,000 per fiscal year to carry out this 
section.

SEC. 2014. TRANSPORTATION OF SCHOOLCHILDREN.

    The third sentence of section 402(a) of title 23, United States 
Code, is amended--
            (1) by striking ``and'' before ``(6)''; and
            (2) by inserting before the period at the end the 
        following: ``, and (7) to prevent use of any motor vehicle 
        designed to transport between 9 and 15 passengers (including 
        the driver) for the transportation of children to and from 
        school and events related to school''.

SEC. 2015. RURAL STATE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES OPTIMIZATION PILOT 
              PROGRAM.

    (a) In General.--From funds made available to carry out section 403 
of title 23, United States Code, for fiscal year 2006, the Secretary 
shall make $1,000,000 available to conduct a pilot program for 
optimizing Emergency Medical Services (EMS) in a rural State.
    (b) Collecting Data.--The pilot program shall focus on collecting 
geo-coded data for highway accidents and resulting injuries, analyzing 
data to develop injury patterns and distributions, and improving 
placement and management of EMS resources and personnel.
    (c) Selection.--The Secretary shall enter into an agreement with 
the State of Alaska to conduct the pilot program.
    (d) Report.--Not later than 12 months after the completion of the 
pilot program, the Secretary shall transmit to the Committee on 
Transportation and Infrastructure of the House of Representatives and 
the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation of the Senate a 
report on the results of the pilot program and recommendations for 
application to other rural States.

SEC. 2016. STATE APPORTIONMENTS.

    Section 402(c) of the title 23, United States Code, is amended by 
striking ``The annual apportionment to each State shall not be less 
than one-half of 1 per centum'' and insert ``The annual apportionment 
to each State shall not be less than three-quarters of 1 percent''.

SEC. 2017. SAFE INTERSECTIONS.

    (a) In General.--Chapter 2 of title 18, United States Code, is 
amended by adding at the end the following:
``Sec. 39. Traffic signal preemption transmitters
    ``(a) Offenses.--
            ``(1) Sale.--A person who knowingly sells a traffic signal 
        preemption transmitter in or affecting interstate or foreign 
        commerce to a person who is not acting on behalf of a public 
        agency or private corporation authorized by law to provide fire 
        protection, law enforcement, emergency medical services, 
        transit services, maintenance, or other services for a Federal, 
        State, or local government entity, shall, notwithstanding 
        section 3571(b) of title 18, United States Code, be fined 
        according to this title, imprisoned not more than 1 year, or 
        both.
            ``(2) Use.--A person who makes unauthorized use of a 
        traffic signal preemption transmitter in or affecting 
        interstate or foreign commerce shall be fined according to this 
        title, imprisoned not more than 6 months, or both.
    ``(b) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions 
apply:
            ``(1) Traffic signal preemption transmitter.--The term 
        `traffic signal preemption transmitter' means any mechanism 
        that can change or alter a traffic signal's phase time or 
        sequence.
            ``(2) Unauthorized use.--The term `unauthorized use' means 
        use of a traffic signal preemption transmitter by a person who 
        is not acting on behalf of a public agency or private 
        corporation authorized by law to provide fire protection, law 
        enforcement, emergency medical services, transit services, 
        maintenance, or other services for a Federal, State, or local 
        government entity. The term `unauthorized use' does not apply 
        to use of a traffic signal preemption transmitter for classroom 
        or instructional purposes.''.
    (b) Table of Sections.--The table of sections for chapter 2 of 
title 18, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the 
following:

``39. Traffic signal preemption transmitters.''.

           TITLE III--FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS

SEC. 3001. SHORT TITLE; AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 49, UNITED STATES CODE.

    (a) Short Title.--This title may be cited as the ``Federal Public 
Transportation Act of 2005''.
    (b) Amendments to Title 49, United States Code.--Except as 
otherwise specifically provided, whenever in this title an amendment or 
repeal is expressed in terms of an amendment to, or repeal of, a 
section or other provision of law, the reference shall be considered to 
be made to a section or other provision of title 49, United States 
Code.

SEC. 3002. POLICIES, FINDINGS, AND PURPOSES.

    (a) In General.--Section 5301(a) is amended to read as follows:
    ``(a) Development and Revitalization of Public Transportation 
Systems.--It is in the interest of the United States to foster the 
development and revitalization of public transportation systems that--
            ``(1) maximize the safe, secure, and efficient mobility of 
        individuals;
            ``(2) minimize environmental impacts; and
            ``(3) minimize transportation-related fuel consumption and 
        reliance on foreign oil.''.
    (b) Preserving the Environment.--Section 5301(e) is amended--
            (1) by striking ``an urban'' and inserting ``a''; and
            (2) by striking ``under sections 5309 and 5310 of this 
        title''.
    (c) General Purposes.--Section 5301(f) is amended--
            (1) in paragraph (1)--
                    (A) by striking ``mass'' the first place it appears 
                and inserting ``public''; and
                    (B) by striking ``public and private mass 
                transportation companies'' and inserting ``both public 
                transportation companies and private companies engaged 
                in public transportation'';
            (2) in paragraph (2)--
                    (A) by striking ``urban mass'' and inserting 
                ``public''; and
                    (B) by striking ``public and private mass 
                transportation companies'' and inserting ``both public 
                transportation companies and private companies engaged 
                in public transportation'';
            (3) in paragraph (3)--
                    (A) by striking ``urban mass'' and inserting 
                ``public''; and
                    (B) by striking ``public or private mass 
                transportation companies'' and inserting ``public 
                transportation companies or private companies engaged 
                in public transportation''; and
            (4) in paragraph (5) by striking ``urban mass'' and 
        inserting ``public''.

SEC. 3003. DEFINITIONS.

    (a) Lead-in.--Section 5302(a) is amended in the matter preceding 
paragraph (1) by striking ``In this chapter'' and inserting ``Except as 
otherwise specifically provided, in this chapter''.
    (b) Capital Project.--Section 5302(a)(1) is amended--
            (1) in subparagraph (G) by inserting ``construction, 
        renovation, and improvement of intercity bus stations and 
        terminals,'' before ``and the renovation and improvement of 
        historic transportation facilities,'';
            (2) in subparagraph (G)(ii) by inserting ``(other than an 
        intercity bus station or terminal)'' after ``commercial 
        revenue-producing facility'';
            (3) by striking ``or'' at the end of subparagraph (H);
            (4) by striking the period at the end of subparagraph (I) 
        and inserting a semicolon; and
            (5) by adding at the end the following:
                    ``(J) crime prevention and security--
                            ``(i) including--
                                    ``(I) projects to refine and 
                                develop security and emergency response 
                                plans;
                                    ``(II) projects aimed at detecting 
                                chemical and biological agents in 
                                public transportation;
                                    ``(III) the conduct of emergency 
                                response drills with public 
                                transportation agencies and local first 
                                response agencies; and
                                    ``(IV) security training for public 
                                transportation employees; but
                            ``(ii) excluding all expenses related to 
                        operations, other than such expenses incurred 
                        in conducting activities described in 
                        subclauses (III) and (IV);
                    ``(K) establishment of a debt service reserve made 
                up of deposits with a bondholders' trustee in a 
                noninterest bearing account for the purpose of ensuring 
                timely payment of principal and interest on bonds 
                issued by a grant recipient for purposes of financing 
                an eligible project under this chapter; or
                    ``(L) mobility management--
                            ``(i) consisting of short-range planning 
                        and management activities and projects for 
                        improving coordination among public 
                        transportation and other transportation service 
                        providers carried out by a recipient or 
                        subrecipient through an agreement entered into 
                        with a person, including a governmental entity, 
                        under this chapter (other than section 5309); 
                        but
                            ``(ii) excluding operating public 
                        transportation services.''.
    (c) Individual With a Disability.--Section 5302(a)(5) is amended--
            (1) by striking ``Handicapped individual'' in the heading 
        and inserting ``Individual with a disability''; and
            (2) by striking ``handicapped individual'' and inserting 
        ``individual with a disability''.
    (d) Mass Transportation.--Section 5302(a)(7) is amended to read as 
follows:
            ``(7) Mass transportation.--The term `mass transportation' 
        means public transportation.''.
    (e) Public Transportation.--Section 5302(a)(10) is amended to read 
as follows:
            ``(10) Public transportation.--The term `public 
        transportation' means transportation by a conveyance that 
        provides regular and continuing general or special 
        transportation to the public, but does not include schoolbus, 
        charter, or sightseeing transportation.''.
    (f) Urbanized Area.--Section 5302(a)(17) is amended to read as 
follows:
            ``(17) Urbanized area.--The term `urbanized area' means an 
        area encompassing a population of at least 50,000 people that 
        has been defined and designated in the latest decennial census 
        as an urbanized area by the Secretary of Commerce.''.
    (g) Authority to Modify Definition.--Section 5302(b) is amended--
            (1) by striking ``Handicapped Individual'' in the heading 
        and inserting ``Individual With a Disability''; and
            (2) by striking ``handicapped individual'' and inserting 
        ``individual with a disability''.

SEC. 3004. METROPOLITAN PLANNING.

    Section 5303 is amended to read as follows:
``Sec. 5303. Metropolitan planning
    ``(a) In General.--Grants made under sections 5307, 5308, 5309, 
5310, 5311, 5316, and 5317 shall be carried out in accordance with the 
metropolitan planning provisions of chapter 52.
    ``(b) Certification.--
            ``(1) In general.--The Secretary shall ensure and certify 
        that each metropolitan planning organization in each 
        transportation management area is carrying out its 
        responsibilities under applicable laws of the United States. 
        The Secretary may make the certification only if the 
        organization is complying with chapter 52 and other applicable 
        requirements of laws of the United States and the organization 
        and chief executive officer have approved a transportation 
        improvement program for the area.
            ``(2) Limitation on withholding certification.--The 
        Secretary may not withhold certification based on the policies 
        and criteria a metropolitan planning organization or mass 
        transportation grant recipient establishes under section 
        5306(a) for deciding the feasibility of private enterprise 
        participation.''.

SEC. 3005. STATEWIDE PLANNING.

    (a) In General.--Section 5304 is amended to read as follows:
``Sec. 5304. Statewide planning
    ``Grants made under sections 5307, 5308, 5309, 5310, 5311, 5316, 
and 5317 shall be carried out in accordance with the statewide planning 
provisions of chapter 52.''.
    (b) Conforming Amendment.--The analysis for chapter 53 is amended 
by striking the item relating to section 5304 and inserting the 
following:

``5304. Statewide planning.''.

SEC. 3006. PLANNING PROGRAMS.

    (a) In General.--Section 5305 is amended to read as follows:
``Sec. 5305. Planning programs
    ``(a) State Defined.--In this section the term `State' means a 
State of the United States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
    ``(b) General Authority.--
            ``(1) Assistance.--Under criteria to be established by the 
        Secretary, the Secretary may provide assistance for--
                    ``(A) the development of transportation plans and 
                programs;
                    ``(B) planning, engineering, designing, and 
                evaluating a public transportation project; and
                    ``(C) for other technical studies.
            ``(2) Grants, agreements, and contracts.--The Secretary may 
        provide assistance under paragraph (1)--
                    ``(A) by making grants to States, authorities of 
                States, metropolitan planning organizations, and local 
                governmental authorities; or
                    ``(B) by making agreements with other departments, 
                agencies, and instrumentalities of the Government.
            ``(3) Eligible activities.--Activities eligible for 
        assistance under paragraph (1) include the following:
                    ``(A) Studies related to management, planning, 
                operations, capital requirements, and economic 
                feasibility.
                    ``(B) Evaluating previously financed projects.
                    ``(C) Peer reviews and exchanges of technical data, 
                information, assistance, and related activities in 
                support of planning and environmental analyses among 
                metropolitan planning organizations and other 
                transportation planners.
                    ``(D) Other similar and related activities 
                preliminary to and in preparation for constructing, 
                acquiring, or improving the operation of facilities and 
                equipment.
    ``(c) Purpose.--To the extent practicable, the Secretary shall 
ensure that amounts appropriated or made available under section 5338 
to carry out this section and sections 5303 and 5304 are used to 
support balanced and comprehensive transportation planning that 
considers the relationships among land use and all transportation 
modes, without regard to the programmatic source of the planning 
amounts.
    ``(d) Metropolitan Planning Program.--
            ``(1) Apportionment to states.--
                    ``(A) In general.--The Secretary shall apportion 80 
                percent of the amounts made available under subsection 
                (g)(1) among the States to carry out sections 5303 and 
                5306 in the ratio that--
                            ``(i) the population of urbanized areas in 
                        each State, as shown by the latest available 
                        decennial census of population; bears to
                            ``(ii) the total population of urbanized 
                        areas in all States, as shown by that census.
                    ``(B) Minimum apportionment.--Notwithstanding 
                subparagraph (A), a State may not receive less than 0.5 
                percent of the amount apportioned under this paragraph.
            ``(2) Allocation to mpo's.--Amounts apportioned to a State 
        under paragraph (1) shall be made available within 30 days 
        after allocation to metropolitan planning organizations in the 
        State designated under this section under a formula that--
                    ``(A) considers population of urbanized areas;
                    ``(B) provides an appropriate distribution for 
                urbanized areas to carry out the cooperative processes 
                described in this section;
                    ``(C) the State develops in cooperation with the 
                metropolitan planning organizations; and
                    ``(D) the Secretary approves.
            ``(3) Supplemental amounts.--
                    ``(A) In general.--The Secretary shall apportion 20 
                percent of the amounts made available under subsection 
                (g)(1) among the States to supplement allocations made 
                under paragraph (1) for metropolitan planning 
                organizations.
                    ``(B) Formula.--The Secretary shall apportion 
                amounts referred to in subparagraph (A) under a formula 
                that reflects the additional cost of carrying out 
                planning, programming, and project selection 
                responsibilities under sections 5303 and 5306 in 
                certain urbanized areas.
    ``(e) State Planning and Research Program.--
            ``(1) Apportionment to states.--
                    ``(A) In general.--The Secretary shall apportion 
                the amounts made available under subsection (g)(2) 
                among the States for grants and contracts to carry out 
                sections 5303 through 5306, 5312, 5315, and 5322 in the 
                ratio that--
                            ``(i) the population of urbanized areas in 
                        each State, as shown by the latest available 
                        decennial census; bears to
                            ``(ii) the population of urbanized areas in 
                        all States, as shown by that census.
                    ``(B) Minimum apportionment.--Notwithstanding 
                subparagraph (A), a State may not receive less than 0.5 
                percent of the amount apportioned under this paragraph.
            ``(2) Supplemental amounts.--A State, as the State 
        considers appropriate, may authorize part of the amount made 
        available under this subsection to be used to supplement 
        amounts made available under subsection (d).
    ``(f) Government's Share of Costs.--The Government's share of the 
cost of an activity funded using amounts made available under this 
section may not exceed 80 percent of the cost of the activity unless 
the Secretary determines that it is in the interests of the Government 
not to require a State or local match.
    ``(g) Allocation of Funds.--Of the funds made available by or 
appropriated to carry out this section under section 5338(c) for fiscal 
years 2004 through 2009--
            ``(1) 82.72 percent shall be available for the metropolitan 
        planning program under subsection (d); and
            ``(2) 17.28 percent shall be available to carry out 
        subsection (e).
    ``(h) Availability of Funds.--Funds apportioned under this section 
in a State shall remain available for obligation in that State for a 
period of 3 years after the last day of the fiscal year for which the 
funds are authorized. Any amounts so apportioned that remain 
unobligated at the end of that period shall be reapportioned among the 
States.''.
    (b) Conforming Amendment.--The analysis for chapter 53 is amended 
by striking the item relating to section 5305 and inserting the 
following:

``5305. Planning programs.''.

SEC. 3007. PRIVATE ENTERPRISE PARTICIPATION.

    (a) Section Heading.--Section 5306 is amended by striking the 
section heading and inserting the following:
``Sec. 5306. Private enterprise participation in planning; relationship 
              to other limitations''.
    (b) Conforming Amendment.--The analysis for chapter 53 is amended 
by striking the item relating to section 5306 and inserting the 
following:

``5306. Private enterprise participation in planning; relationship to 
                            other limitations.''.

SEC. 3008. URBANIZED AREA FORMULA GRANTS.

    (a) Technical Amendments.--Section 5307 is amended--
            (1) by striking subsections (h) and (k); and
            (2) by redesignating subsections (i), (j), (l), (m), and 
        (n) as subsections (h), (i), (j), (k), and (l), respectively.
    (b) Definitions.--Section 5307(a)(2)(A) is amended--
            (1) by striking ``a person'' and inserting ``an entity''; 
        and
            (2) by striking ``section 5305(a) of this title'' and 
        inserting ``chapter 52''.
    (c) General Authority.--Section 5307(b) is amended--
            (1) by striking paragraph (1) and inserting the following:
            ``(1) Grants.--The Secretary may make grants under this 
        section for--
                    ``(A) capital projects and associated capital 
                maintenance items;
                    ``(B) planning;
                    ``(C) transit enhancements;
                    ``(D) operating costs of equipment and facilities 
                for use in public transportation in an urbanized area 
                with a population of less than 200,000; and
                    ``(E)(i) in the case of fiscal years 2005 through 
                2007, 50 percent of the operating cost of equipment and 
                facilities for use in mass transportation in an 
                urbanized area with a population of more than 200,000 
                if the transit system with respect to which the grant 
                is being made operates in an urbanized area that 
                exceeded 200,000 in population according to the 2000 
                Census; or
                    ``(ii) in the case of fiscal years 2008 and 2009, 
                25 percent of the operating cost referred to in clause 
                (i).''.
            (2) in the heading to paragraph (2) by striking ``fiscal 
        years 2003 and 2004 and for the period of october 1, 2004, 
        through may 31, 2005'' and inserting ``fiscal years 2003 
        through 2005'';
            (3) in paragraph (2)(A) by striking ``fiscal years 2003'' 
        and all that follows through ``2005'' and inserting ``fiscal 
        years 2003, 2004, and 2005'';
            (4) in paragraph (3) by striking ``section 5305(a) of this 
        title'' and inserting ``chapter 52''; and
            (5) in paragraph (3)(A) by striking ``section 5303 of this 
        title'' and inserting ``chapter 52''.
    (d) Grant Recipient Requirements.--Section 5307(d)(1) is amended--
            (1) in subparagraph (A) by inserting ``, including safety 
        and security aspects of the program'' after ``program'';
            (2) in subparagraph (H) by striking ``sections 5301(a) and 
        (d), 5303-5306, and 5310(a)-(d) of this title'' and inserting 
        ``subsections (a) and (d) of section 5301 and sections 5303 
        through 5306'';
            (3) in subparagraph (I) by striking ``and'' at the end; and
            (4) by adding at the end the following:
                    ``(K) in the case of a recipient for an urbanized 
                area with a population of at least 200,000--
                            ``(i) will expend one percent of the amount 
                        the recipient receives each fiscal year under 
                        this section for projects for transit 
                        enhancements, as defined in section 5302(a); 
                        and
                            ``(ii) will submit an annual report listing 
                        projects carried out in the preceding fiscal 
                        year with those funds; and''.
    (e) Government's Share of Costs.--Section 5307(e) is amended to 
read as follows:
    ``(e) Government's Share of Costs.--
            ``(1) Capital projects.--A grant for a capital project 
        (including associated capital maintenance items) under this 
        section shall be for 80 percent of the net project cost of the 
        project. The recipient may provide additional local matching 
        amounts.
            ``(2) Operating expenses.--A grant for operating expenses 
        under this section may not exceed 50 percent of the net project 
        cost of the project.
            ``(3) Remainder.--The remainder of the net project cost 
        shall be provided--
                    ``(A) in cash from sources other than amounts of 
                the Government or revenues from providing public 
                transportation (excluding revenues derived from the 
                sale of advertising and concessions);
                    ``(B) from an undistributed cash surplus, a 
                replacement or depreciation cash fund or reserve, or 
                new capital; and
                    ``(C) from amounts received under a service 
                agreement with a State or local social service agency 
                or private social service organization.''.
    (f) Reviews, Audits, and Evaluations.--Section 5307(h)(1)(A) (as 
redesignated by subsection (a) of this section) is amended by striking 
``shall'' and inserting ``may''.
    (g) Relationship to Other Laws.--Section 5307(l) (as redesignated 
by subsection (a) of this section) is amended--
            (1) by striking paragraph (1);
            (2) by redesignating paragraph (2) as paragraph (1);
            (3) by inserting ``This chapter.--'' before ``Sections 
        5302'';
            (4) by adding at the end the following:
            ``(2) Chapter 15 of title 5.--The provision of assistance 
        under this chapter shall not be construed as bringing within 
        the application of chapter 15 of title 5 any nonsupervisory 
        employee of a public transportation system (or any other agency 
        or entity performing related functions) to which such chapter 
        is otherwise inapplicable.''; and
            (5) by aligning the left margin of paragraph (1) (as so 
        redesignated) with paragraph (2) (as added by paragraph (4) of 
        this subsection).
    (h) Treatment.--At the end of section 5307, add the following:
    ``(m) Treatment.--For purposes of this section, the United States 
Virgin Islands shall be treated as an urbanized area, as defined in 
section 5302.''.

SEC. 3009. CLEAN FUELS FORMULA GRANT PROGRAM.

    Section 5308 is amended to read as follows:
``Sec. 5308. Clean fuels formula grant program
    ``(a) Definitions.--In this section, the following definitions 
apply:
            ``(1) Clean fuel bus.--The term `clean fuel bus' means a 
        passenger vehicle used to provide public transportation that--
                    ``(A) is powered by--
                            ``(i) compressed natural gas;
                            ``(ii) liquefied natural gas;
                            ``(iii) biodiesel fuels;
                            ``(iv) batteries;
                            ``(v) alcohol-based fuels;
                            ``(vi) hybrid electric;
                            ``(vii) fuel cell;
                            ``(viii) clean diesel, to the extent 
                        allowed under this section; or
                            ``(ix) other low or zero emissions 
                        technology; and
                    ``(B) the Administrator of the Environmental 
                Protection Agency has certified sufficiently reduces 
                harmful emissions.
            ``(2) Eligible project.--The term `eligible project'--
                    ``(A) means a project in a nonattainment or 
                maintenance area described in paragraph (4)(A) for--
                            ``(i) purchasing or leasing clean fuel 
                        buses, including buses that employ a 
                        lightweight composite primary structure;
                            ``(ii) constructing or leasing clean fuel 
                        buses or electrical recharging facilities and 
                        related equipment for such buses; or
                            ``(iii) constructing new or improving 
                        existing public transportation facilities to 
                        accommodate clean fuel buses; and
                    ``(B) at the discretion of the Secretary, may 
                include a project located in a nonattainment or 
                maintenance area described in paragraph (4)(A) relating 
                to clean fuel, biodiesel, hybrid electric, or zero 
                emissions technology buses that exhibit equivalent or 
                superior emissions reductions to existing clean fuel or 
                hybrid electric technologies.
            ``(3) Maintenance area.--The term `maintenance area' has 
        the meaning such term has under section 101 of title 23.
            ``(4) Recipient.--
                    ``(A) In general.--The term `recipient' means a 
                designated recipient (as defined in section 5307(a)(2)) 
                for an area that, and a recipient for an urbanized area 
                with a population of less than 200,000 that--
                            ``(i) is designated as a nonattainment area 
                        for ozone or carbon monoxide under section 
                        107(d) of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 
                        7407(d)); or
                            ``(ii) is a maintenance area for ozone or 
                        carbon monoxide.
                    ``(B) Smaller urbanized areas.--In the case of an 
                urbanized area with a population of less than 200,000, 
                the State in which the area is located shall act as the 
                recipient for the area under this section.
    ``(b) Authority.--The Secretary shall make grants in accordance 
with this section to recipients to finance eligible projects.
    ``(c) Apportionment of Funds.--
            ``(1) Formula.--The Secretary shall apportion among 
        recipients amounts made available to carry out this section for 
        a fiscal year. Of such amounts--
                    ``(A) two-thirds shall be apportioned to recipients 
                serving urbanized areas with a population of at least 
                1,000,000, of which--
                            ``(i) 50 percent shall be apportioned so 
                        that each such recipient receives a grant under 
                        this section in an amount equal to the ratio 
                        that--
                                    ``(I) the number of vehicles in the 
                                bus fleet of the recipient, weighted by 
                                severity of nonattainment for the area 
                                served by the recipient; bears to
                                    ``(II) the total number of vehicles 
                                in the bus fleets of all such 
                                recipients, weighted by severity of 
                                nonattainment for all areas served by 
                                such recipients; and
                            ``(ii) 50 percent shall be apportioned so 
                        that each such recipient receives a grant under 
                        this section in an amount equal to the ratio 
                        that--
                                    ``(I) the number of bus passenger 
                                miles (as defined in section 5336(c)) 
                                of the recipient, weighted by severity 
                                of nonattainment of the area served by 
                                the recipient; bears to
                                    ``(II) the total number of bus 
                                passenger miles (as defined in section 
                                5336(c)) of all such recipients, 
                                weighted by severity of nonattainment 
                                of all areas served by such recipients; 
                                and
                    ``(B) one-third shall be apportioned to recipients 
                serving urbanized areas with a population of less than 
                1,000,000, of which--
                            ``(i) 50 percent shall be apportioned so 
                        that each such recipient receives a grant under 
                        this section in an amount equal to the ratio 
                        that--
                                    ``(I) the number of vehicles in the 
                                bus fleet of the recipient, weighted by 
                                severity of nonattainment for the area 
                                served by the recipient; bears to
                                    ``(II) the total number of vehicles