The Annual Listing of Obligated Projects is a requirement from the federal government's current transportation laws and regulations document, SAFETEA-LU (Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient, Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users). The federal government defines obligated projects as the federal government's legal commitment (promise) to pay or reimburse the states or other entities for the federal share of a project's eligible costs. Projects include federal highway, public transportation, pedestrian walkways, and bicycle facilities projects. Eligible projects receiving obligated federal transportation funds in one fiscal year, may not begin or even be completed within the same fiscal year and the obligated funds may not cover the total costs of the project.
The Listing of Obligated Projects for fiscal year 2014 available at the bottom of this page. Older years' documents may be found in the sidebar to the right.
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Download FY 2014 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects; Complete listing of federally-obligated projects for federal fiscal year 2014; PDF, 1MB