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Calendar No. 100

117th CONGRESS
1st Session
H. R. 3684


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


IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

July 12, 2021

Received and read the first time

July 13, 2021

Read the second time and placed on the calendar


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.

This Act may be cited as the “Investing in a New Vision for the Environment and Surface Transportation in America Act” or the “INVEST in America Act”.

SEC. 2. Table of contents.

The table of contents for this Act is as follows:


Sec. 1. Short title.

Sec. 2. Table of contents.

Sec. 3. References.

Sec. 101. Definitions.

Sec. 102. Extension of Federal Surface Transportation programs.

Sec. 103. Additional amounts for the Federal-aid highway program and member designated projects.

Sec. 104. Federal Transit Administration.

Sec. 105. National highway traffic safety administration.

Sec. 106. Federal motor carrier safety administration.

Sec. 107. Member designated project authorizations.

Sec. 108. Report on progress of DBE program.

Sec. 1001. Applicability of division.

Sec. 1101. Authorization of appropriations.

Sec. 1102. Obligation limitation.

Sec. 1103. Definitions and declaration of policy.

Sec. 1104. Apportionment.

Sec. 1105. Additional deposits into Highway Trust Fund.

Sec. 1106. Transparency.

Sec. 1107. Complete and context sensitive street design.

Sec. 1108. Federal share.

Sec. 1109. Transferability of Federal-aid highway funds.

Sec. 1110. Tolling.

Sec. 1111. HOV facilities.

Sec. 1112. Buy America.

Sec. 1113. Federal-aid highway project requirements.

Sec. 1114. State assumption of responsibility for categorical exclusions.

Sec. 1115. Surface transportation project delivery program written agreements.

Sec. 1116. Corrosion prevention for bridges.

Sec. 1117. Sense of Congress.

Sec. 1118. Accommodation of certain facilities in right-of-way.

Sec. 1119. Federal grants for pedestrian and bike safety improvements.

Sec. 1120. Increased Federal share.

Sec. 1201. National highway performance program.

Sec. 1202. Increasing the resilience of transportation assets.

Sec. 1203. Emergency relief.

Sec. 1204. Railway crossings.

Sec. 1205. Surface transportation program.

Sec. 1206. Transportation alternatives program.

Sec. 1207. Bridge investment.

Sec. 1208. Construction of ferry boats and ferry terminal facilities.

Sec. 1209. Highway safety improvement program.

Sec. 1210. Congestion mitigation and air quality improvement program.

Sec. 1211. Electric vehicle charging stations.

Sec. 1212. National highway freight program.

Sec. 1213. Carbon pollution reduction.

Sec. 1214. Recreational trails.

Sec. 1215. Safe routes to school program.

Sec. 1216. Bicycle transportation and pedestrian walkways.

Sec. 1217. Noise barriers.

Sec. 1218. Safe streets for all.

Sec. 1219. Youth service and conservation corps.

Sec. 1220. National scenic byways program.

Sec. 1221. Funding for border infrastructure.

Sec. 1301. Projects of national and regional significance.

Sec. 1302. Community transportation investment grant program.

Sec. 1303. Clean corridors program.

Sec. 1304. Community climate innovation grants.

Sec. 1305. Metro performance program.

Sec. 1306. Gridlock reduction grant program.

Sec. 1307. Rebuild rural bridges program.

Sec. 1308. Parking for commercial motor vehicles.

Sec. 1309. Active connected transportation grant program.

Sec. 1310. Wildlife crossings program.

Sec. 1311. Reconnecting neighborhoods program.

Sec. 1312. Apprenticeship utilization.

Sec. 1313. GAO Study.

Sec. 1314. Sense of Congress.

Sec. 1315. Pollinator-friendly practices on roadsides and highway rights-of-way.

Sec. 1401. Metropolitan transportation planning.

Sec. 1402. Statewide and nonmetropolitan transportation planning.

Sec. 1403. National goals and performance management measures.

Sec. 1404. Transportation demand data and modeling study.

Sec. 1405. Fiscal constraint on long-range transportation plans.

Sec. 1501. Territorial and Puerto Rico highway program.

Sec. 1502. Tribal transportation program.

Sec. 1503. Tribal High Priority Projects program.

Sec. 1504. Federal lands transportation program.

Sec. 1505. Federal lands and Tribal major projects program.

Sec. 1506. Office of Tribal Government Affairs.

Sec. 1507. Alternative contracting methods.

Sec. 1508. Divestiture of federally owned bridges.

Sec. 1509. Study on Federal funding available to Indian Tribes.

Sec. 1510. GAO study.

Sec. 1511. Federal lands access program.

Sec. 1601. Vision zero.

Sec. 1602. Speed limits.

Sec. 1603. Dig Once for broadband infrastructure deployment.

Sec. 1604. Stormwater best management practices.

Sec. 1605. Pedestrian facilities in the public right-of-way.

Sec. 1606. Highway formula modernization report.

Sec. 1607. Consolidation of programs.

Sec. 1608. Student outreach report to Congress.

Sec. 1609. Task force on developing a 21st century surface transportation workforce.

Sec. 1610. On-the-job training and supportive services.

Sec. 1611. Appalachian development highway system funding flexibility.

Sec. 1612. Transportation education development program.

Sec. 1613. Working group on construction resources.

Sec. 1614. Numbering system of highway interchanges.

Sec. 1615. Toll credits.

Sec. 1616. Transportation construction materials procurement.

Sec. 1617. Nationwide road safety assessment.

Sec. 1618. Climate resilient transportation infrastructure study.

Sec. 1619. Natural gas, electric battery, and zero emission vehicles.

Sec. 1620. Guidance on evacuation routes.

Sec. 1621. High priority corridors on National Highway System.

Sec. 1622. Guidance on inundated and submerged roads.

Sec. 1623. Dry bulk weight tolerance.

Sec. 1624. Highway use tax evasion projects.

Sec. 1625. Labor standards.

Sec. 1626. Climate resiliency report by GAO.

Sec. 1627. Designation of John R. Lewis Voting Rights Highway.

Sec. 1628. GAO study on capital needs of public ferries.

Sec. 1629. Use of modeling and simulation technology.

Sec. 1630. GAO study on per-mile user fee equity.

Sec. 1631. GAO review of equity considerations at State DOTs.

Sec. 1632. Study on effectiveness of suicide prevention nets and barriers for structures other than bridges.

Sec. 1633. Transportation planning activities.

Sec. 1634. Better Utilizing Infrastructure for Lasting Development of Veterans Businesses.

Sec. 1635. Vehicle weight limitations.

Sec. 1636. Roadway worker protection working group.

Sec. 1637. GAO study on nature-based solutions for coastal highway resilience.

Sec. 1638. Repeal of pilot program.

Sec. 1639. Technical corrections.

Sec. 1640. Credit adjustments for paycheck protection program loan forgiveness under highway and public transportation project cost reimbursement contracts.

Sec. 1641. Establishment of western riverside county national wildlife refuge.

Sec. 1642. Effect of weather extremes on sustainability and reliability of roadways.

Sec. 1643. GAO report regarding Highway Trust Fund expenditures.

Sec. 1644. Rural opportunities to use transportation for economic success initiative.

Sec. 1645. GAO study on vulnerabilities to certain threats.

Sec. 1646. Extension of NHA authorizations.

Sec. 1647. Electric vehicle working group.

Sec. 1648. Sense of the Congress on soil and erosion control for highway projects.

Sec. 1649. Local project delivery improvements.

Sec. 1650. Utilization of qualified electricians.

Sec. 1651. GAO study on the impact of drunk driving child endangerment laws.

Sec. 1652. Regional infrastructure accelerator deomonstration program.

Sec. 1653. Climate-Safe Infrastructure Working Group.

Sec. 1654. Updates to manual on uniform traffic control devices.

Sec. 1655. DBE Report.

Sec. 1656. Study on impact of air pollution from vehicles idling in school zones.

Sec. 1657. Forest Service Legacy Roads and Trails Remediation Program.

Sec. 1658. Comptroller General report on high-speed internet connectivity in Federally-assisted housing.

Sec. 1659. Historic Preservation Fund.

Sec. 1660. HOV facility review.

Sec. 2101. Authorizations.

Sec. 2102. Chapter 53 definitions.

Sec. 2103. General provisions.

Sec. 2104. Miscellaneous provisions.

Sec. 2105. Policies and purposes.

Sec. 2106. Fiscal years 2022 and 2023 formulas.

Sec. 2107. Metropolitan transportation planning.

Sec. 2108. Statewide and nonmetropolitan transportation planning.

Sec. 2109. Obligation limitation.

Sec. 2110. Public transportation emergency relief funds.

Sec. 2111. Certification requirements.

Sec. 2112. Hold harmless.

Sec. 2113. Study on accessibility of public transportation.

Sec. 2114. Formula funds for rural areas.

Sec. 2201. Multi-jurisdictional bus frequency and ridership competitive grants.

Sec. 2202. Incentivizing frequency in the urban formula.

Sec. 2203. Mobility innovation.

Sec. 2204. Formula grants for rural areas.

Sec. 2205. One-stop paratransit program.

Sec. 2206. New municipal transit services to better connect communities.

Sec. 2301. Buy America.

Sec. 2302. Bus procurement streamlining.

Sec. 2303. Bus testing facility.

Sec. 2304. Repayment requirement.

Sec. 2305. Definition of urbanized areas following a major disaster.

Sec. 2306. Special rule for certain rolling stock procurements.

Sec. 2307. Spare ratio waiver.

Sec. 2401. Formula grants for buses.

Sec. 2402. Bus facilities and fleet expansion competitive grants.

Sec. 2403. Zero emission bus grants.

Sec. 2404. Restoration to state of good repair formula subgrant.

Sec. 2405. Workforce development training grants.

Sec. 2501. Low-income urban formula funds.

Sec. 2502. Rural persistent poverty formula.

Sec. 2503. Demonstration grants to support reduced fare transit.

Sec. 2504. Equity in transit service planning.

Sec. 2505. GAO study on fare-free transit.

Sec. 2506. Transit to trails grant program.

Sec. 2601. National transit frontline workforce training center.

Sec. 2602. Public transportation safety program.

Sec. 2603. Innovation workforce standards.

Sec. 2604. Safety performance measures and set asides.

Sec. 2605. U.S. Employment Plan.

Sec. 2606. Technical assistance and workforce development.

Sec. 2607. Resilient public transportation study.

Sec. 2608. Sense of Congress regarding electric vehicle transition strategy.

Sec. 2701. Transit-supportive communities.

Sec. 2702. Property disposition for affordable housing.

Sec. 2703. Affordable housing incentives in capital investment grants.

Sec. 2801. Mobility innovation sandbox program.

Sec. 2802. Transit bus operator compartment redesign program.

Sec. 2803. Federal Transit Administration Every Day Counts initiative.

Sec. 2804. Technical corrections.

Sec. 2805. National advanced technology transit bus development program.

Sec. 2806. Public transportation innovation.

Sec. 2807. Transit vehicle battery recycling and reuse.

Sec. 2901. Reauthorization for capital and preventive maintenance projects for Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.

Sec. 2902. Other apportionments.

Sec. 2911. Fixed guideway capital investment grants.

Sec. 2912. Rural and small urban apportionment deadline.

Sec. 2913. Disposition of assets beyond useful life.

Sec. 2914. Innovative coordinated access and mobility.

Sec. 2915. Passenger ferry grants.

Sec. 2916. Evaluation of benefits and Federal investment.

Sec. 2917. Best practices for the application of National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 to federally funded bus shelters.

Sec. 2918. Capital investment grant streamlining.

Sec. 2919. Disposition of rolling stock to improve air quality goals.

Sec. 3001. Authorization of appropriations.

Sec. 3002. Highway safety programs.

Sec. 3003. Fair and equitable traffic safety enforcement.

Sec. 3004. Highway safety research and development.

Sec. 3005. Grant program to prohibit racial profiling.

Sec. 3006. National safety campaigns.

Sec. 3007. National priority safety programs.

Sec. 3008. Minimum penalties for repeat offenders for driving while intoxicated or driving under the influence.

Sec. 3009. National priority safety program grant eligibility.

Sec. 3010. Implicit bias research and training grants.

Sec. 3011. Stop motorcycle checkpoint funding.

Sec. 3012. Electronic driver’s license.

Sec. 3013. Motorcyclist Advisory Council.

Sec. 3014. Report on marijuana research.

Sec. 3015. Comptroller General study on national DUI reporting.

Sec. 3016. Report on impaired driving.

Sec. 3017. Impaired driving countermeasure.

Sec. 3018. Drug-impaired driving education grant program.

Sec. 4101. Motor carrier safety grants.

Sec. 4102. Motor carrier safety operations and programs.

Sec. 4103. Immobilization grant program.

Sec. 4104. Operation of small commercial vehicles study.

Sec. 4105. Motor carrier safety grants maintenance of effort.

Sec. 4201. Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee.

Sec. 4202. Compliance, safety, accountability.

Sec. 4203. Terms and conditions for exemptions.

Sec. 4204. Safety fitness of motor carriers of passengers.

Sec. 4205. Providers of recreational activities.

Sec. 4206. Amendments to regulations relating to transportation of household goods in interstate commerce.

Sec. 4207. Broker guidance.

Sec. 4208. Review of labor laws.

Sec. 4301. Commercial driver’s license for passenger carriers.

Sec. 4302. Alcohol and controlled substances testing.

Sec. 4303. Entry-level driver training.

Sec. 4304. Driver detention time.

Sec. 4305. Truck Leasing Task Force.

Sec. 4306. Hours of service.

Sec. 4307. Driver recruitment.

Sec. 4308. Screening for obstructive sleep apnea.

Sec. 4309. Women of Trucking Advisory Board.

Sec. 4310. Application of commercial motor vehicle safety.

Sec. 4311. Use of data.

Sec. 4401. Schoolbus safety standards.

Sec. 4402. Illegal passing of schoolbuses.

Sec. 4403. State inspection of passenger-carrying commercial motor vehicles.

Sec. 4404. Automatic emergency braking.

Sec. 4405. Underride protection.

Sec. 4406. Transportation of horses.

Sec. 4407. Additional State authority.

Sec. 4408. Updating the required amount of insurance for commercial motor vehicles.

Sec. 4409. Universal electronic identifier.

Sec. 4410. Length limitations.

Sec. 5001. Authorization of appropriations.

Sec. 5101. Highway research and development program.

Sec. 5102. Materials to reduce greenhouse gas emissions program.

Sec. 5103. Transportation research and development 5-year strategic plan.

Sec. 5104. University transportation centers program.

Sec. 5105. Unsolicited research initiative.

Sec. 5106. National cooperative multimodal freight transportation research program.

Sec. 5107. Wildlife-vehicle collision reduction and habitat connectivity improvement.

Sec. 5108. Research activities.

Sec. 5109. Transportation equity research program.

Sec. 5110. Surface transportation research, development, and technology.

Sec. 5111. Metropolitan planning research pilot program.

Sec. 5112. Integrated project delivery.

Sec. 5113. Accelerated implementation and deployment of advanced digital construction management systems.

Sec. 5114. Innovative material innovation hubs.

Sec. 5115. Strategic transportation research agenda.

Sec. 5116. Advanced transportation research and innovation program.

Sec. 5117. Interagency innovative materials standards task force.

Sec. 5118. Vehicular data analytics pilot program.

Sec. 5119. Resilient transportation infrastructure Centers of Excellence.

Sec. 5201. Technology and innovation deployment program.

Sec. 5202. Accelerated implementation and deployment of pavement technologies.

Sec. 5203. Federal Highway Administration Every Day Counts initiative.

Sec. 5301. Mobility through advanced technologies.

Sec. 5302. Intelligent transportation systems program.

Sec. 5303. National highly automated vehicle and mobility innovation clearinghouse.

Sec. 5304. Study on safe interactions between automated vehicles and road users.

Sec. 5305. Surface transportation workforce retraining grant program.

Sec. 5306. Third-party data integration pilot program.

Sec. 5307. Third-party data planning integration pilot program.

Sec. 5308. Automated commercial vehicle reporting.

Sec. 5309. Task Force to Promote American Vehicle Competitiveness.

Sec. 5310. Multimodal transportation demonstration program.

Sec. 5311. Heavy freight automated trucking research corridor.

Sec. 5401. State surface transportation system funding pilot.

Sec. 5501. Ergonomic seating working group.

Sec. 5502. Repeal of section 6314 of title 49, United States Code.

Sec. 5503. Transportation workforce outreach program.

Sec. 5504. Advisory council on transportation statistics.

Sec. 5505. GAO review of discretionary grant programs.

Sec. 6001. National multimodal freight policy.

Sec. 6002. National freight strategic plan.

Sec. 6003. National multimodal freight network.

Sec. 6004. State freight advisory committees.

Sec. 6005. State freight plans.

Sec. 6006. Study of freight transportation fee.

Sec. 6007. National Surface Transportation and Innovative Finance Bureau.

Sec. 6008. Transportation equity advisory committee.

Sec. 6009. Sense of Congress.

Sec. 7001. Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act.

Sec. 7002. Transportation infrastructure finance and innovation act of 1998 temporary loan relief due to COVID–19.

Sec. 7003. Federal requirements for TIFIA eligibility and project selection.

Sec. 8001. Short title.

Sec. 8101. Authorization of appropriations.

Sec. 8201. Repeal of certain requirements related to lithium cells and batteries.

Sec. 8202. Transportation of liquefied natural gas by rail tank car.

Sec. 8203. Hazardous materials training requirements and grants.

Sec. 8204. Lithium battery approval.

Sec. 8205. Transportation of carbon dioxide.

Sec. 8206. Seismicity.

Sec. 9001. Short title.

Sec. 9101. Authorization of appropriations.

Sec. 9102. Passenger rail improvement, modernization, and expansion grants.

Sec. 9103. Consolidated rail infrastructure and safety improvement grants.

Sec. 9104. Railroad rehabilitation and improvement financing.

Sec. 9105. Bridges, stations, and tunnels (BeST) grant program.

Sec. 9106. Buy America.

Sec. 9201. Amtrak findings, mission, and goals.

Sec. 9202. Amtrak status.

Sec. 9203. Board of Directors.

Sec. 9204. Amtrak preference enforcement.

Sec. 9205. Use of facilities and providing services to Amtrak.

Sec. 9206. Prohibition on mandatory arbitration.

Sec. 9207. Amtrak ADA assessment.

Sec. 9208. Prohibition on smoking on Amtrak trains.

Sec. 9209. State-supported routes operated by Amtrak.

Sec. 9210. Amtrak Police Department.

Sec. 9211. Amtrak food and beverage.

Sec. 9212. Clarification on Amtrak contracting out.

Sec. 9213. Amtrak staffing.

Sec. 9214. Special transportation.

Sec. 9215. Disaster and emergency relief program.

Sec. 9216. Access to recreational trails.

Sec. 9217. Amtrak cybersecurity enhancement and resiliency grant program.

Sec. 9218. Amtrak and private cars.

Sec. 9219. Amtrak Office of Community Outreach.

Sec. 9220. Long-distance customer enhancement program.

Sec. 9221. Amtrak carbon-free and renewable energy initiatives.

Sec. 9301. Northeast Corridor Commission.

Sec. 9302. Northeast Corridor planning.

Sec. 9303. Protective arrangements.

Sec. 9304. Interstate rail compacts.

Sec. 9305. High-speed rail updates.

Sec. 9306. State rail planning formula funds.

Sec. 9307. North Atlantic Rail Interstate Compact.

Sec. 9401. Sense of Congress regarding commuter rail liability insurance.

Sec. 9402. Surface Transportation Board mediation of trackage use requests.

Sec. 9403. Surface Transportation Board mediation of rights-of-way use requests.

Sec. 9501. Study on safety impact of long trains.

Sec. 9502. FRA safety reporting.

Sec. 9503. Waiver notice requirements.

Sec. 9504. Notice of FRA comprehensive safety compliance assessments.

Sec. 9505. FRA accident and incident investigations.

Sec. 9506. Freight train crew size safety standards.

Sec. 9507. Border crossings.

Sec. 9508. Yardmasters hours of service.

Sec. 9509. Leaking brakes.

Sec. 9510. Report on PTC system failures.

Sec. 9511. Fatigue reduction management plans.

Sec. 9512. Assault prevention and response plans.

Sec. 9513. Critical incident stress plans.

Sec. 9514. Crewmember certification and qualification.

Sec. 9515. Safety management team communication.

Sec. 9516. GAO study on reorganization of Office of Railroad Safety.

Sec. 9517. Open-top rail car public input.

Sec. 9518. New passenger service pre-revenue safety validation plan.

Sec. 9519. Safety oversight of nontraditional and emerging rail technologies.

Sec. 9520. FRA safety inspector and specialist review.

Sec. 9551. Highway-rail grade crossing separation grants.

Sec. 9552. Rail safety public awareness grant.

Sec. 9553. Establishment of 10-minute time limit for blocking public highway-rail grade crossings.

Sec. 9554. National blocked crossing database.

Sec. 9555. Railroad point of contact for blocked crossing matters.

Sec. 9556. National highway-rail crossing inventory review.

Sec. 9557. Railroad trespassing enforcement grants.

Sec. 9558. Railroad trespassing suicide prevention grants.

Sec. 9559. Including railroad suicides.

Sec. 9560. Report on safety measures required for Quiet Zones.

Sec. 9601. Rail network climate change vulnerability assessment.

Sec. 9602. Advance acquisition.

Sec. 9603. University Rail Climate Innovation Institute.

Sec. 9604. Workforce diversity and development.

Sec. 9605. Requirements for railroad freight cars entering service in United States.

Sec. 9606. Rail research and development Center of Excellence.

Sec. 9607. Freight railroad locomotive requirements.

Sec. 9608. Extension.

Sec. 9609. GAO study on cost allocation of rail passenger transportation liability.

Sec. 9608. GAO study on economic benefits of one-seat ride commuter rail.

Sec. 9701. Short title.

Sec. 9702. Division of annual appropriations.

Sec. 9703. Recreational boating access.

Sec. 9704. Wildlife Restoration Fund administration.

Sec. 9705. Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund.

Sec. 9706. Sport Fishing and Boating Partnership Council.

Sec. 9707. National culvert removal, replacement, and restoration grant program.

Sec. 10101. Safety warning for occupants of hot cars.

Sec. 10102. Rulemaking to install automatic shutoff systems and rollaway prevention technology in motor vehicles.

Sec. 10103. 21st Century Smart Cars.

Sec. 10104. Updating the 5-star safety rating system.

Sec. 10105. Advanced drunk driving prevention technology.

Sec. 10106. Limousine compliance with Federal safety standards.

Sec. 10107. Study to evaluate the performance of crash avoidance systems.

Sec. 10108. Study and report on motor vehicle lamps.

Sec. 10109. Motor vehicle seat back safety standards.

Sec. 10110. Sense of House of Representatives on regulatory framework for autonomous vehicles.

Sec. 10111. Motor vehicle pedestrian and cyclist protection.

Sec. 10112. Child restraint systems.

Sec. 11001. Extension of Highway Trust Fund expenditure authority.

Sec. 11002. Additional transfers to Highway Trust Fund.

Sec. 12001. Short title; table of contents.

Sec. 12002. Wastewater infrastructure workforce investment.

Sec. 12003. Technical assistance to rural, small, and Tribal municipalities.

Sec. 12004. State management assistance.

Sec. 12005. Watershed, wet weather, and resiliency projects.

Sec. 12006. Waiver of matching requirement for grants to District of Columbia.

Sec. 12007. Pilot program for alternative water source projects.

Sec. 12008. Sewer overflow and stormwater reuse municipal grants.

Sec. 12009. Grants for the treatment of emerging contaminants.

Sec. 12010. Household wastewater grant program.

Sec. 12011. Smart wastewater infrastructure technology grant program.

Sec. 12012. Reports to Congress.

Sec. 12013. Indian Tribes.

Sec. 12014. Capitalization grants.

Sec. 12015. Water pollution control revolving loan funds.

Sec. 12016. Allotment of funds.

Sec. 12017. Reservation of funds for territories of the United States.

Sec. 12018. Authorization of appropriations.

Sec. 12019. Technical assistance by Municipal Ombudsman.

Sec. 12020. Report on wastewater infrastructure funding for rural, economically disadvantaged, and Tribal communities.

Sec. 12021. Water Reuse Interagency Working Group.

Sec. 12022. Disclosure of introductions of PFAS.

Sec. 12023. Clean Water Act effluent limitations guidelines and standards and water quality criteria for PFAS.

Sec. 12024. Nonpoint source management programs.

Sec. 12025. Wastewater assistance to colonias.

Sec. 12026. Household well water testing website.

Sec. 12027. Study and report on effect of toilet wipes marketed as flushable.

Sec. 12028. Effluent limitations for wastewater, spills, and runoff from facilities associated with the transport and packaging of pre-production plastic materials.

Sec. 12029. Centers of Excellence for stormwater control infrastructure technologies.

Sec. 12030. Management of International Transboundary Water Pollution.

Sec. 12031. California new river restoration.

Sec. 12032. Rulemaking on climate resiliency.

Sec. 13001. Short title; table of contents.

Sec. 13101. Drinking water system resilience funding.

Sec. 13102. Grants for State programs.

Sec. 13103. American iron and steel products.

Sec. 13104. Assistance for disadvantaged communities.

Sec. 13105. Allotments for territories.

Sec. 13106. Drinking water SRF funding.

Sec. 13107. Lead service line replacement.

Sec. 13108. Drinking water assistance to colonias.

Sec. 13109. PFAS treatment grants.

Sec. 13110. Voluntary school and child care program lead testing grant program.

Sec. 13111. Grant program for installation of filtration stations at schools and child care programs.

Sec. 13112. Drinking water fountain replacement for schools.

Sec. 13113. Indian reservation drinking water program.

Sec. 13114. Assistance for areas affected by natural disasters.

Sec. 13115. Water main break data clearinghouse.

Sec. 13201. Enabling EPA to set standards for new drinking water contaminants.

Sec. 13202. National primary drinking water regulations for PFAS.

Sec. 13203. National primary drinking water regulations for microcystin toxin.

Sec. 13204. National primary drinking water regulations for 1,4–dioxane.

Sec. 13205. National primary drinking water regulation for chromium-6.

Sec. 13206. Elimination of small system variances.

Sec. 13301. Emergency relief program.

Sec. 13302. Low-income drinking water assistance program.

Sec. 13303. Low-income wastewater assistance program.

Sec. 13304. Needs assessment for nationwide rural and urban low-income community water assistance program.

Sec. 13305. Natural hazard education and response grant program.

Sec. 13401. Small urban and rural water system consolidation report.

Sec. 13402. Study on contamination of Coldwater Creek, Missouri.

Sec. 13403. Report on affordability, discrimination and civil rights violations, and data collection.

Sec. 13404. Water infrastructure and workforce investment.

Sec. 13405. Identification of high-risk locations.

Sec. 14101. Outdoors for all.

Sec. 15001. Short title; table of contents.

Sec. 15002. Definitions.

Sec. 15101. National wildlife corridors.

Sec. 15102. Administrative designation of national wildlife corridors.

Sec. 15103. Management of national wildlife corridors.

Sec. 15201. Collaboration and coordination.

Sec. 15202. Effect.

Sec. 15203. Tribal wildlife corridors.

Sec. 15204. Protection of indian tribes.

Sec. 15205. Wildlife movements grant program.

Sec. 15206. National coordination committee.

Sec. 15207. Regional wildlife movement councils.

Sec. 15208. National wildlife corridors database.

Sec. 15301. Authorization of appropriations.

Sec. 16101. Definitions.

Sec. 16102. Establishment of Fund.

Sec. 16103. Management of the Fund.

Sec. 16104. Competitive grants.

Sec. 16105. Use of Amounts in the Fund.

Sec. 16106. Reports.

Sec. 16107. Authorization of Appropriations.

Sec. 17101. Clean Energy and Sustainability Accelerator.

Sec. 18101. Centers of excellence for domestic maritime workforce training and education.

Sec. 19101. Efficient and effective NEPA implementation.

Sec. 20101. Definitions.

Sec. 20102. Electric vehicle supply equipment rebate program.

Sec. 20103. Model building code for electric vehicle supply equipment.

Sec. 20104. Electric vehicle supply equipment coordination.

Sec. 20105. State consideration of electric vehicle charging.

Sec. 20106. State energy plans.

Sec. 20107. Transportation electrification.

Sec. 20108. Federal fleets.

Sec. 20111. Expanding access to electric vehicles in underserved and disadvantaged communities.

Sec. 20112. Electric vehicle charging equity program.

Sec. 20113. Ensuring program benefits for underserved and disadvantaged communities.

Sec. 20114. Definitions.

Sec. 20201. Domestic Manufacturing Conversion Grant Program.

SEC. 3. References.

Except as expressly provided otherwise, any reference to “this Act” contained in any division of this Act shall be treated as referring only to the provisions of that division.

SEC. 101. Definitions.

In this division, the following definitions apply:

(1) HIGHWAY ACCOUNT.—The term “Highway Account” means the portion of the Highway Trust Fund that is not the Mass Transit Account.

(2) MASS TRANSIT ACCOUNT.—The term “Mass Transit Account” means the portion of the Highway Trust Fund established under section 9503(e)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.

(3) MEMBER DESIGNATED PROJECT.—The term “member designated project” means a project listed in the table in section 107.

(4) MEMBER DESIGNATED PROJECT FUNDS.—The term “member designated project funds” means funds reserved under subsections (d)(1)(B)(i), (f)(1)(A), and (g)(1)(A) to carry out member designated projects listed in the table in section 107(c).

(5) SECRETARY.—The term “Secretary” means the Secretary of Transportation.

(6) STATE.—The term “State” means the 50 States and the District of Columbia.

(7) TERRITORY.—The term “territory” means any of the following territories of the United States:

(A) American Samoa.

(B) The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

(C) Guam.

(D) The United States Virgin Islands.

SEC. 102. Extension of Federal Surface Transportation programs.

(a) Extension of Federal Surface Transportation Programs.—

(1) IN GENERAL.—Unless otherwise provided in this division, the requirements, authorities, conditions, eligibilities, limitations, and other provisions authorized under the covered laws, which would otherwise expire on or cease to apply after September 30, 2021, are incorporated by reference and shall continue in effect through September 30, 2022.

(2) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—

(A) HIGHWAY TRUST FUND.—

(i) HIGHWAY ACCOUNT.—

(I) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in subclause (II), there is authorized to be appropriated from the Highway Account for fiscal year 2022, for each program under the covered laws with respect to which amounts are authorized to be appropriated from such account for fiscal year 2021, an amount equal to the amount authorized for appropriation with respect to the program from such account for fiscal year 2021.

(II) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.—Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, there is authorized to be appropriated from the Highway Account for fiscal year 2022—

(aa) $516,000,000 for administrative expenses of the Federal Highway Administration, as described in section 104(a) of title 23, United States Code; and

(bb) $30,086,000 for grant administrative expenses of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, as described in section 4001(a)(6) of the FAST Act (Public Law 114–94).

(ii) MASS TRANSIT ACCOUNT.—

(I) IN GENERAL.—There is authorized to be appropriated from the Mass Transit Account for fiscal year 2022, for each program under the covered laws with respect to which amounts are authorized to be appropriated from such account for fiscal year 2021, an amount equal to the amount authorized for appropriation with respect to the program from such account for fiscal year 2021.

(II) CONDITION FOR APPORTIONMENT.—No funds authorized in this division or any other Act may be used to adjust Mass Transit Account apportionments or withhold funds from Mass Transit Account apportionments pursuant to section 9503(e)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 in fiscal year 2022.

(B) GENERAL FUND.—

(i) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in clauses (ii) and (iii), there is authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 2022, for each program under covered laws with respect to which amounts are authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 2021 from an account other than the Highway Account or the Mass Transit Account, an amount not less than the amount authorized for appropriation with respect to the program under the covered laws for fiscal year 2021.

(ii) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.—Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, there is authorized to be appropriated from the general fund of the Treasury for fiscal year 2022 $131,500,000 for necessary administrative expenses of the Federal Transit Administration.

(iii) CAPITAL INVESTMENT GRANTS.—Notwithstanding any other provision of this division, there is authorized to be appropriated from the general fund of the Treasury for fiscal year 2022 $3,250,000,000 to carry out section 5309 of title 49, United States Code.

(3) USE OF FUNDS.—Except as otherwise provided in this division, amounts authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 2022 with respect to a program under paragraph (2) shall be distributed, administered, limited, and made available for obligation in the same manner as amounts authorized to be appropriated with respect to the program for fiscal year 2021 under the covered laws.

(4) OBLIGATION LIMITATION.—

(A) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in subparagraph (B), a program for which amounts are authorized to be appropriated under paragraph (2)(A) shall be subject to a limitation on obligations for fiscal year 2022 in the same amount and in the same manner as the limitation applicable with respect to the program for fiscal year 2021 under the title I of the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2021 (Public Law 116–260).

(B) FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY AND HIGHWAY SAFETY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS.—

(i) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, section 1102 of the FAST Act (Public Law 114–94), section 1101 of title I of division B of the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2021 and Other Extensions Act (Public Law 116–159), or title I of the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2021 (Public Law 116–260), for fiscal year 2022, the obligations for Federal-aid highway and highway safety construction programs shall not exceed $46,400,294,311.

(ii) LIMITATION ON FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES.—Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, of the amount described in clause (i), for fiscal year 2022 an amount not to exceed $492,000,000 together with advances and reimbursements received by the Federal Highway Administration, shall be obligated for necessary expenses for administration and operation of the Federal Highway Administration or transferred to the Appalachian Regional Commission for administrative activities associated with the Appalachian Development Highway System.

(b) Nationally significant freight and highway projects.—Section 117(d)(2)(A) of title 23, United States Code, is amended in the matter preceding clause (i)—

(1) by striking “$600,000,000” and inserting “$700,000,000”; and

(2) by striking “2021” and inserting “2022”.

(c) Disadvantaged business enterprises.—Section 1101(b) of the FAST Act (Public Law 114–94) (except for the requirements related to gross receipts under paragraph (2)(A)(ii) of such section) shall apply to amounts made available under sections 102, 103, 104 of this division.

(d) Definitions.—In this section, the term “covered laws” means the following:

(1) Section 1101 of title I of division B of the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2021 and Other Extensions Act (Public Law 116–159).

(2) Titles I, III, IV, V, and VI of division A of the FAST Act (Public Law 114–94).

(3) Division A, division B, subtitle A of title I and title II of division C, and division E of MAP–21 (Public Law 112–141).

(4) Titles I, II, and III of the SAFETEA–LU Technical Corrections Act of 2008 (Public Law 110–244).

(5) Titles I, II, III, IV, V, and VI of SAFETEA–LU (Public Law 109–59).

(6) Titles I, II, III, IV, and V of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (Public Law 105–178).

(7) Titles II, III, and IV of the National Highway System Designation Act of 1995 (Public Law 104–59).

(8) Title I, part A of title II, title III, title IV, title V, and title VI of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (Public Law 102–240).

(9) Title 23, United States Code.

(10) Sections 116, 117, 330, and 5505 and chapters 53, 139, 303, 311, 313, 701, and 702 of title 49, United States Code.

SEC. 103. Additional amounts for the Federal-aid highway program and member designated projects.

(a) Authorization of appropriations.—

(1) IN GENERAL.—In addition to amounts authorized under section 102, there is authorized to be appropriated from the Highway Account for fiscal year 2022, for activities under this section, $14,742,808,640.

(2) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Amounts authorized to be appropriated under paragraph (1) shall be available for obligation as if apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code.

(b) Obligation authority.—

(1) IN GENERAL.—

(A) AMOUNT.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for fiscal year 2022, obligations for activities authorized under subsection (a) shall not exceed $14,742,808,640.

(B) PERIOD OF AVAILABILITY.—

(i) IN GENERAL.—Except as provided in clause (ii), obligation authority made available under this paragraph shall—

(I) remain available until September 30, 2025; and

(II) be in addition to the amount of any limitation imposed on obligations for Federal-aid highway and highway safety construction programs for fiscal year 2022 under section 102 or future fiscal years under any other provision of law.

(ii) EXCEPTION.—Except as provided in subsection (i)(2)(E), obligation authority associated with a member designated project shall remain available until expended.

(2) DISTRIBUTION OF OBLIGATION AUTHORITY.—

(A) IN GENERAL.—Of the obligation authority provided under paragraph (1), the Secretary shall make available to States, Tribes, Puerto Rico, the territories, and Federal land management agencies, during the period of fiscal year 2022, amounts of obligation authority equal to the amounts described in paragraphs (1) through (5) of subsection (c), respectively.

(B) FURTHER DISTRIBUTION.—Each State, each Tribe, Puerto Rico, each territory, and each Federal land management agency receiving funds under paragraphs (1) through (5) of subsection (c), respectively, shall receive an amount of obligation authority equal to the funds received under any of such paragraphs.

(c) Distribution of funds.—Amounts authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 2022 under subsection (a) shall be distributed as follows:

(1) $14,343,545,973 to the States.

(2) $167,481,814 to Tribes.

(3) $52,400,251 to Puerto Rico.

(4) $55,012,918 to the territories.

(5) $124,367,684 to Federal land management agencies.

(d) Supplemental State funds.—

(1) DISTRIBUTION.—

(A) AMONG STATES.—Amounts distributed to States under subsection (c)(1) shall be distributed among the States in the same ratio as total State apportionments under section 104(c)(1) of title 23, United States Code, in fiscal year 2022.

(B) WITHIN A STATE.—Of the amount distributed to a State under subparagraph (A)—

(i) the amount specified in section 107 for each member designated project in the State shall be reserved to carry out such project; and

(ii) any remaining amount shall be available to the State under paragraph (2).

(2) TREATMENT.—Funds made available under paragraph (1)(B)(ii) shall be—

(A) available for activities eligible under section 133(b) of title 23, United States Code, subject to subsection (c) of such section; and

(B) administered as if apportioned under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code.

(e) Tribal funds.—Amounts distributed to Tribes under subsection (c)(2) shall be—

(1) available for activities eligible under the tribal transportation program under section 202 of title 23, United States Code; and

(2) administered as if allocated under section 202 of title 23, United States Code, except that the set-aside described in subparagraph (C) of section 202(b)(3) of such title and subsections (a)(6), (c), (d), and (e) of section 202 of such title shall not apply to such funds.

(f) Puerto Rico funds.—

(1) DISTRIBUTION.—Of the amount distributed to Puerto Rico under subsection (c)(3)—

(A) the amount specified in section 107 for each member designated project in Puerto Rico shall be reserved to carry out such project; and

(B) any remaining amount shall be available to Puerto Rico under paragraph (2).

(2) TREATMENT.—Funds made available under paragraph (1)(B) shall be—

(A) administered as if allocated under section 165(b) of title 23, United States Code;

(B) available for activities described under paragraph (2)(C)(iii) of such section; and

(C) not subsection to subparagraph (A) or (B) of paragraph (2) of such section.

(g) Territorial funds.—

(1) DISTRIBUTION.—Of the amount distributed to a territory under subsection (c)(4)—

(A) the amount specified in section 107 for each member designated project in the territory shall be reserved to carry out such project;

(B) of amounts remaining after the distribution under subparagraph (A), not more than $1,392,918 shall be made available to American Samoa; and

(C) any remaining amount shall be available to the territories as described under paragraph (2).

(2) TREATMENT.—Funds made available under subparagraphs (B) and (C) of paragraph (1) shall be administered as if allocated under, and available for activities described under, section 165(c) of title 23, United States Code.

(h) Federal land management agency funds.—

(1) DISTRIBUTION.—Amounts distributed under subsection (c)(5) shall be distributed among the Federal land management agencies as follows:

(A) $99,494,147 for the National Park Service.

(B) $9,949,415 for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.

(C) $6,301,296 for the United States Forest Service.

(D) $8,622,826 to be allocated to the remaining Federal land management agencies described in section 203(b) of title 23, United States Code.

(2) TREATMENT.—Funds made available under paragraph (1) shall be—

(A) available for activities eligible under the Federal lands transportation program under section 203 of title 23, United States Code; and

(B) administered as if allocated under section 203 of title 23, United States Code.

(i) Member designated projects.—

(1) TREATMENT.—

(A) IN GENERAL.—Member designated project funds shall be available until expended, except as specified in paragraph (2)(C)(iv).

(B) REQUIREMENTS.—

(i) IN GENERAL.—Except as specified in paragraph (2)(C)(iv) or clauses (ii) or (iii), member designated project funds shall be administered as if apportioned—

(I) for a project eligible under chapter 1 of title 23, United States Code, under such chapter;

(II) for a project eligible under chapter 2 of title 23, United States Code, under such chapter; or

(III) for a project eligible under chapter 53 of title 49, United States Code, under such chapter.

(ii) FEDERAL SHARE.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Federal share of the cost of a project assisted with member designated project funds shall be determined in accordance with section 120 of title 23, United States Code, or, in the case of a transit capital project, may be determined in accordance with section 5323(i)(1) of title 49, United States Code, if applicable.

(iii) TRANSIT PROJECTS.—

(I) TRANSFERS.—Member designated project funds made available for transit capital and planning projects may be transferred to, and administered by, the Secretary in accordance with section 104(f) of title 23, United States Code.

(II) DESIGNATED RECIPIENTS.—Member designated project authorizations specified in section 107 distributed to a State for transit capital and planning projects shall be made available for obligation to a designated or direct recipient or subrecipient under chapter 53 of title 49, United States Code, as specified in section 107 or, if no such eligible recipient is identified, to the designated recipient in the location specified in such section.

(2) REPURPOSING OF FUNDS.—

(A) IN GENERAL.—

(i) REQUEST.—Beginning on October 1, 2025, except as described in clause (ii), if less than 10 percent of the amount reserved for a member designated project for a State, Puerto Rico, or territory has been obligated, the State, Puerto Rico, or a territory, respectively, may submit to the Secretary, a request to use, under subparagraph (B)—

(I) the unobligated amount reserved for the member designated project; and

(II) the obligation authority that is associated with such amount.

(ii) COMPLETED PROJECTS.—If the project has been completed and an unobligated amount remains reserved for a member designated project, a State, Puerto Rico, or territory may submit to the Secretary certification that such project has been completed (and the Secretary shall verify such completion). Upon verification, the State, Puerto Rico, or territory, respectively, may use, under subparagraph (B)—

(I) the unobligated amount reserved for the member designated project; and

(II) the obligation authority that is associated with such amount.

(B) CONSIDERATIONS.—In making the determination under subparagraph (A)(i), the Secretary shall—

(i) consider whether the member designated project can be completed with the amount reserved for the member designated project and other committed funds;

(ii) determine whether the public entity serving as the project sponsor listed in the Committee Report, or any subsequent report superceding such Committee Report, accompanying this Act supports the proposed repurposing; and

(iii) ensure that the proposed repurposing would be used for a project with the same eligible project type.

(C) TREATMENT.—Funds for which the Secretary approves a request or verifies a completed project under subparagraph (A)—

(i) may be used and shall be treated—

(I) for a request by a State, as if such amount was made available under subsection (d)(1)(B)(ii);

(II) for a request by Puerto Rico, as if such amount was made available under subsection (f)(1)(B); and

(III) for a request by a territory, as if such amount was made available under subsection (g)(1)(C);

(ii) shall be used within the location described in subparagraph (D)(ii);

(iii) shall be subject to the Federal share specified in section 120 of title 23, United States Code, or, in the case of a transit capital project, may be determined in accordance with section 5323(i)(1) of title 49, United States Code, as applicable; and

(iv) notwithstanding paragraph (1)(A)(ii), shall remain available for obligation for a period of 3 fiscal years after the last day of the fiscal year in which the Secretary approves the request.

(D) LOCATION OF PROJECTS.—Funds for which the Secretary approves a request under subparagraph (A) shall—

(i) for funds specified in section 107 to be used within a metropolitan planning area (as such term is defined in section 134(b) of title 23, United States Code), applied to an activity within or predominantly serving such metropolitan area;

(ii) for funds specified in section 107 to be used within a political subdivision of a State, applied to an activity within or predominantly serving such political subdivision;

(iii) for funds specified in section 107 to be used within Puerto Rico, applied to an activity within Puerto Rico; and

(iv) for funds specified in section 107 to be used within a territory, applied to an activity within such territory.

(E) OBLIGATION AUTHORITY.—Notwithstanding subsection (b)(1)(B)(ii), obligation authority that is repurposed under this paragraph shall remain available for obligation for a period of 3 fiscal years after the last day of the fiscal year in which the Secretary approves the request or verifies the completed project under subparagraph (A).

SEC. 104. Federal Transit Administration.

(a) All stations accessibility program.—

(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary may make grants under this subsection to assist eligible entities in financing capital projects to upgrade accessibility for persons with disabilities by increasing the number of covered stations that meet (including exceeding) the new construction standards of title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12131 et seq.).

(2) ELIGIBLE COSTS.—A grant awarded under this section shall be used on a covered system for the purpose described in paragraph (1) only—

(A) for a project to repair, improve, or relocate station infrastructure at a covered station;

(B) to develop or modify a plan for pursuing public transportation accessibility projects; or

(C) to carry out other projects at covered stations that meet (including exceeding) the new construction standards of title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12131 et seq.).

(3) ELIGIBLE FACILITIES.—The Secretary—

(A) may not provide a grant awarded under this subsection to upgrade a station that is accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities, including individuals who use wheelchairs, consistent with current new construction standards under title II the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 1231 et seq.); and

(B) may provide a grant to upgrade a station that is not accessible and usable as described in paragraph (1), even if related services, programs, or activities, when viewed in entirety, are readily accessible and usable as so described.

(4) APPLICATION.—To apply for a grant under this subsection, an applicant shall provide to the Secretary such information as the Secretary may require, including, at a minimum, information on—

(A) the extent to which the proposed project will increase the accessibility of a covered system;

(B) projected improvements in access to jobs, community activities, and essential destinations provided by such project;

(C) the applicant’s plans to—

(i) enhance the customer experience and maximize accessibility of rolling stock and stations for individuals with disabilities;

(ii) improve the operations of, provide efficiencies of service to, and enhance the public transportation system for individuals with disabilities; and

(iii) address equity of service to all riders regardless of ability, including for riders of differing abilities that are low-income, seniors, or riders from communities of color; and

(D) coordination between the applicant and disability advocacy entities.

(5) FEDERAL SHARE.—The Federal share of the net project cost of a grant provided under this subsection shall be 90 percent. The recipient may provide additional local matching amounts.

(6) GRANT REQUIREMENTS.—Except as otherwise provided under this subsection, a grant provided under this subsection shall be subject to the requirements of section 5307 of title 49, United States Code.

(7) GRANT SOLICITATION.—The Secretary may provide funds authorized under this subsection through 1 or more notices of funding opportunity.

(8) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—There is authorized to be appropriated from the Mass Transit Account $1,000,000,000 for fiscal year 2022 to provide grants under this subsection.

(9) AVAILABILITY OF AMOUNTS.—Amounts made available under this subsection—

(A) shall remain available for 4 fiscal years after the fiscal year for which the amount is made available; and

(B) that remain unobligated at the end of the period described in subparagraph (A) shall be made available to other eligible projects.

(10) DEFINITIONS.—In this section:

(A) COVERED STATION.—The term “covered station” means a rail fixed guideway public transportation station for passenger use constructed prior to the date of enactment of this Act.

(B) COVERED SYSTEM.—The term “covered system” means a rail fixed guideway public transportation system that was in operation before July 26, 1990.

(C) DISABILITY.—The term “disability” has the meaning given such term in section 3 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12102).

(D) ELIGIBLE ENTITY.—The term “eligible entity” means a State or local governmental authority that operates a rail fixed guideway public transportation system that was in operation before July 26, 1990.

(b) Reducing transit deserts.—

(1) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary may make grants under this subsection to eligible recipients for eligible projects to establish new bus service or increase the frequency of bus service.

(2) ELIGIBLE PROJECTS.—Eligible projects under this subsection are projects in eligible areas—

(A) to establish or enhance bus service with headways equal to or shorter than 20 minutes for at least 18 hours per day in neighborhoods lacking such service;

(B) to establish or increase express lane transit service that connects communities to jobs and essential destinations, as long as such service will improve mobility or expand affordable transportation options in underserved communities; or

(C) to establish or enhance high-quality bus service to community colleges and Minority Serving Institutions, including Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

(3) ELIGIBLE COSTS.—Eligible costs under this section include—

(A) acquisition of vehicles;

(B) acquisition, installation, and construction of bus stops, stations, and related infrastructure;

(C) maintenance activities to support the expanded service;

(D) adding service hours or days to existing transit service; and

(E) operating expenses for up to 2 years beginning on the first day of revenue service.

(4) APPLICATION.—To apply for a grant under this subsection, an applicant shall provide to the Secretary such information as the Secretary may require, including information on the extent to which the project will—

(A) provide reliable and frequent connections to jobs, education and workforce training, and essential destinations;

(B) reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions; and

(C) support unserved and underserved populations and communities.

(5) FEDERAL SHARE.—

(A) IN GENERAL.—The Federal share of the net project cost of a capital project carried out using a grant under this subsection shall be 80 percent. The recipient may provide additional local matching amounts.

(B) OPERATING COSTS.—The Federal share of net operating costs for a project carried out using a grant under this subsection shall be not more than 50 percent.

(6) GRANT REQUIREMENTS.—

(A) IN GENERAL.—A grant under this subsection shall be subject to the requirements of section 5307 of title 49, United States Code, for eligible recipients, except operating expenses shall be eligible for funding under this subsection for 2 years beginning on the first day of revenue service in urbanized areas with populations greater than 200,000.

(B) NEW OR ENHANCED SERVICE.—The new or enhanced service funded under this subsection shall be operated for a period of at least 5 years.

(7) GRANT SOLICITATION.—The Secretary may provide funds authorized under this subsection through 1 or more notices of funding opportunity.

(8) JUSTICE40 INITIATIVE.—In making competitive grants under this subsection, the Secretary shall, to the extent practicable, have a goal that 40 percent of the overall benefits of the Federal investment flow to disadvantaged communities, consistent with sections 219 and 223 of Executive Order 14008 and related regulations, Executive Orders, and administrative guidance.

(9) AVAILABILITY OF AMOUNTS.—Any amounts made available under this subsection—

(A) shall remain available for 2 fiscal years after the fiscal year for which the amount is made available; and

(B) that remain unobligated at the end of the period described in subparagraph (A) shall be made available to other eligible projects.

(10) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—There is authorized to be appropriated out of the Mass Transit Account $1,000,000,000 for fiscal year 2022 to provide grants under this subsection.

(11) DEFINITIONS.—In this subsection:

(A) ELIGIBLE AREA.—The term “eligible area” means a neighborhood or service area, as defined by the Secretary, within an urbanized area that has a population of more than 100,000 where fewer than 45,000 annual fixed route bus vehicle revenue miles per square mile are operated.

(B) ELIGIBLE RECIPIENT.—The term “eligible recipient” means—

(i) designated recipients that allocate funds to fixed route bus operators or express lane transit operators; or

(ii) State or local governmental entities that operate or propose to operate fixed route bus service or express lane transit.

(C) EXPRESS LANE TRANSIT.—The term “express lane transit” means an integrated combination of bus rapid transit and tolled managed lanes that allows for limited access entry of toll paying vehicles to restricted lanes, while prioritizing transit’s need and use of available capacity in order to improve transit performance.

(c) Federal share adjustments.—

(1) IN GENERAL.—In addition to amounts made available under section 5338(b) of title 49, United States Code, and section 102(a)(2)(B)(iii) of this division, there are authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 2022 such sums as may be necessary to increase the Federal share, at the request of the project sponsor, of a new fixed guideway, a core capacity improvement, or a small starts project that is not open to revenue service and that has received an allocation of funding in fiscal years 2019, 2020, or 2021.

(2) CRITERIA.—In making allocations under subparagraph (1), the Secretary shall take into consideration the extent to which the project sponsor demonstrates a need for a higher Federal share, including the extent to which—

(A) a project sponsor made a local financial commitment that exceeded 20 percent of the cost of the project; and

(B) a project sponsor has experienced, as a result of the coronavirus public health emergency.

(3) ADJUSTMENT.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, if a project meets 1 or both of the criteria in paragraph (2), the Secretary shall increase the Federal share of a project under this section by up to 30 percent, up to a maximum of an 80 percent Federal share.

(4) AMOUNT.—Amounts distributed under this subsection shall be provided notwithstanding the limitation of any calculation of the maximum amount of Federal financial assistance for the project for a new fixed guideway, a core capacity improvement, or a small start project.

SEC. 105. National highway traffic safety administration.

(a) Special funding for fiscal year 2022.—

(1) IN GENERAL.—

(A) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—In addition to amounts authorized under section 102, there is authorized to be appropriated from the Highway Account for fiscal year 2022, for activities under this subsection, $244,514,000.

(B) CONTRACT AUTHORITY.—Amounts authorized under subparagraph (A) 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) OBLIGATION LIMITATION.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for fiscal year 2022, obligations for activities authorized under this paragraph and obligations for activities authorized under section 102(a)(2)(A)(i)(II)(bb) that exceed amounts authorized under section 4001(a)(6) of the FAST Act (Public Law 114–94) shall not exceed $247,783,000.

(2) DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS.—Amounts authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 2022 under paragraph (1) shall be distributed as follows:

(A) $105,000,000 for carrying out section 402 of title 23, United States Code.

(B) $15,312,000 for carrying out section 403 of title 23, United States Code.

(C) $19,202,000 for carrying out section 404 of title 23, United States Code.

(D) $105,000,000 for carrying out section 405 of title 23, United States Code.

(b) Cooperative research and evaluation.—Notwithstanding the apportionment formula set forth in section 402(c)(2) of title 23, United States Code, and section 403(f)(1) of title 23, United States Code, $2,500,000 of the total amount available for apportionment to the States for highway safety programs under section 402(c)(2) of title 23, United States Code, fiscal year 2022, shall be available for expenditure by the Secretary, acting through the Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, for a cooperative research and evaluation program to research and evaluate priority highway safety countermeasures.

SEC. 106. Federal motor carrier safety administration.

(a) Special funding for fiscal year 2022.—

(1) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—

(A) IN GENERAL.—In addition to amounts authorized under section 102, there is authorized to be appropriated from the Highway Account for fiscal year 2022, for activities under this subsection, $209,900,000.

(B) OBLIGATION LIMITATION.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, for fiscal year 2022, obligations for activities authorized under this paragraph shall not exceed $209,900,000.

(2) DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS.—Amounts authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 2022 under paragraph (1) shall be distributed as follows:

(A) Subject to section 31104(c) of title 49, United States Code—

(i) $80,512,000 for carrying out section 31102 (except subsection (l)) of title 49, United States Code);

(ii) $14,208,000 for carrying out section 31102(l) of title 49, United States Code; and

(iii) $23,680,000 for carrying out section 31313 of title 49, United States Code.

(B) $91,500,000 for carrying out section 31110 of title 49, United States Code.

(3) TREATMENT OF FUNDS.—Amounts made available under this section shall be made available for obligation and administered as if made available under chapter 311 of title 49, United States Code.

(b) Administrative expenses.—The Administrator of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration shall ensure that funds made available under subsection (a)(2)(B) are used, to the maximum extent practicable, to support—

(1) the acceleration of planned investments to modernize the Administration’s information technology and information management systems;

(2) the completion of outstanding statutory mandates required by MAP–21 (112–141) and the FAST Act (114–94); and

(3) a Large Truck Crash Causal Factors Study of the Administration.

SEC. 107. Member designated project authorizations.

(a) Member designated projects.—The amount listed for each member designated project in the table in subsection (c) shall be available (from amounts made available by paragraphs (1), (3), and (4) of section 103(c)) for fiscal year 2022 to carry out each such project.

(b) Savings clause.—

(1) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.—In administering member designated projects, the Secretary shall consider the additional information provided in the Committee Report, or any subsequent report superceding such Committee Report, accompanying this Act.

(2) SUBSEQUENT PHASES.—

(A) IN GENERAL.—Subject to subparagraph (B), nothing in the table in subsection (c), or in the Committee Report, or any subsequent report superceding such Committee Report, accompanying this Act, shall prevent the Secretary, at the discretion of the Secretary, from allowing a subsequent phase of a member designated project to be carried out with funds reserved for such project under subsection (c).

(B) PROJECT SPONSOR CONCURRENCE.—The Secretary shall only allow under this paragraph a subsequent phase of a member designated project to be carried out with funds reserved for such project under subsection (c) with the concurrence of the project sponsor for such project listed in the Committee Report, or any subsequent report superseding such Committee Report, accompanying this Act.

(3) REPURPOSING.—Nothing in the table in subsection (c), or the Committee Report, or any subsequent report superceding such Committee Report, accompanying this Act, shall prevent funds reserved for a member designated project from being repurposed as described in section 103(i)(2), provided that all requirements in such section are satisfied.

(c) Project designations.—The table in this subsection is as follows:


No. Project Name City State/Territory Amount
1 Cowles Street Reconstruction Fairbanks AK 7,955,000
2 Replace Bridge 114.3 Anchorage AK 6,421,200
3 Seldon Road Extension, Phase 2 Wasilla AK 5,623,800
4 Alabama State Highway 77 Northbound Bridge Replacement Project Southside AL 2,396,200
5 Lighting and Landscaping on I–85 at Exit 57 Auburn AL 1,840,000
6 Realignment of SR–22 to US–431 Roanoke AL 8,005,000
7 Red Bay Interchange Lighting at SR–24 (Corr V) and SR–19 Red Bay AL 860,000
8 Widening of Hwy 411 Moody AL 509,000
9 Bridge Replacement on CR–39 Montgomery AL 2,339,717
10 Bridge Replacement over Sipsey River Greene and Pickens Counties AL 3,296,963
11 Dallas County—Bridge Replacement on SR–14 Dallas County AL 6,239,939
12 Resurfacing on US–43 Marengo County AL 1,616,000
13 Resurfacing on US–84 Choctaw County AL 1,616,000
14 Streetscape—Civil Rights District Freedom Trail Birmingham AL 2,000,000
15 Streetscape—Richard Arrington Blvd Safety Improvements Birmingham AL 1,969,664
16 Future I–57 Clay County AR 20,000,000
17 56th Street Roadway Mobility and Safety Improvements Phoenix AZ 5,000,000
18 5th/6th Street Complete Streets Project Tucson AZ 7,000,000
3,500,000
3,500,000
19 77th Street Access Improvements Scottsdale AZ 1,102,748
20 Chino Road Extension Phase II Douglas AZ 2,910,000
21 Cool Pavement Program Phoenix AZ 3,200,000
22 Davis Road Mileposts 5 & 13 Tombstone and McNeal AZ 4,000,000
23 Downtown Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Phoenix AZ 2,400,000
24 Drexel Road Extension and Bridge Project Tucson AZ 5,000,000
25 Electric Bus Infrastructure Flagstaff AZ 1,485,000
26 Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) Phase III Glendale AZ 800,000
27 Grand Canalscape Improvements Phase IV: 47th Avenue to Interstate 17 Phoenix AZ 5,000,000
28 Highline Canal Recreational Path Lighting Replacement Guadalupe AZ 501,824
29 I–10, Loop 202 to SR 387 Phoenix AZ 5,000,000
30 Intersection Safety Improvements at Six High-Crash Locations in Phoenix Phoenix AZ 5,760,000
31 Kyrene Branch Canal Shared Use Path Chandler AZ 1,758,000
32 Lone Tree Corridor Flagstaff AZ 8,000,000
33 Pathway Project, Baffert Dr to Nogales High School Nogales AZ 1,220,169
34 Peters Road Widening Casa Grande AZ 5,000,000
35 San Xavier Road Pedestrian Pathway Project Tucson AZ 814,000
36 Sonoran Corridor Tier II EIS Tucson AZ 5,000,000
37 South Campbell Avenue Complete Streets Project Tucson AZ 6,209,831
38 Tempe/Mesa Streetcar Rio Salado East Extension Tempe and Mesa AZ 4,000,000
39 Tucson Regional North-South Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridor Tucson AZ 6,512,000
3,256,000
3,256,000
40 US89/ Lake Powell Blvd Roundabout Page AZ 5,000,000
2,500,000
2,500,000
41 California State Route 57/60 Confluence Chokepoint Relief Program Diamond Bar CA 18,000,000
42 Cohasset Road Widening and Fire Safety Project Cohasset CA 900,000
43 Commerce Center Drive Bridge, Los Angeles County Unincorporated Los Angeles County CA 3,666,666
44 Creating the Next-Generation Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center Santa Ana CA 1,280,000
45 First Avenue Bridges Replacement over Mojave River and Overflows Barstow CA 7,000,000
46 First Street Pedestrian Improvements Santa Ana CA 4,000,000
47 Fix 5 Cascade Gateway Redding CA 15,000,000
48 Harbor Boulevard Street Improvements Garden Grove CA 6,248,303
49 Intersection Safety Improvements Projects Anaheim CA 750,000
50 Interstate 10/Wildwood Canyon Road Interchange Project Yucaipa CA 1,000,000
51 Interstate 15 (I–15)/State Route 78 (SR–78) Managed Lanes Project Escondido CA 20,000,000
52 Interstate 15 Corridor Operations Project Corona CA 3,000,000
53 National Trail Highway Widening Victorville CA 5,000,000
54 Plant 42 Access and Safety Enhancements Palmdale CA 8,666,666
55 Quick Fix Circulation Improvement Project Santa Clarita CA 3,666,666
56 Roe Road Extension Project—Phase 1 Paradise CA 1,800,000
57 Scott Road/Bundy Canyon Road Widening Project Menifee CA 12,000,000
58 Sequoia Avenue Railroad Grade Crossing Upgrade Simi Valley CA 4,000,000
59 Southgate Interchange (EIR Only) Chico CA 1,800,000
60 SR–210 5th Street Interchange Highland CA 3,000,000
61 State Route 41 Excelsior Corridor Project Fresno County CA 20,000,000
62 Temescal Canyon Road Widening Project (El Cerrito Segment) Corona CA 5,000,000
63 The Anaheim Way: Night Owl Transit Service Anaheim CA 650,000
64 Transit Security & Operations Center Anaheim CA 5,000,000
65 US395 Olancha-Cartago 4 Lane Project Olancha, Cartago CA 2,000,000
66 “I” Street Operating Maintenance Facility Rehabilitation Project San Bernardino CA 2,000,000
67 Street Resurfacing Project Daly City CA 1,000,000
68 5 and 134 Freeway Electric Vehicle DC Fast Charging Network Burbank CA 1,000,000
500,000
500,000
69 7th Street Bridge Modesto CA 6,500,000
70 ADA Curb-Ramp and Sidewalk Improvements Long Beach CA 1,450,000
71 Additional Mini Highs at Caltrain Stations San Francisco, Burlingame, San Mateo, Belmont, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, San Jose, Morgan Hill, San Martin, and Gilroy CA 856,000
306,000
550,000
72 Agnew Siding Track Infrastructure Project Santa Clara CA 6,610,000
73 Alder Avenue Improvements at SR–210 Rialto CA 2,380,000
74 Altadena Community Safe Routes to School Plan Altadena CA 480,000
75 Amar Road Complete Streets from Baldwin Park Boulevard to Unruh Avenue, Unincorporated West Puente Valley, CA La Puente CA 2,250,000
76 Anaheim Street Corridor Improvements Long Beach CA 12,000,000
77 Antioch Bicycle Garden Antioch CA 2,000,000
78 Appian Way Pedestrian Crossing Enhancements El Sobrante CA 2,000,000
79 Arcade-Cripple Creek Trail (formerly Electric Greenway Trail) Citrus Heights and Orangevale CA 1,100,000
80 Arrow Highway Median Island Installation Project from Azusa Avenue to Citrus Avenue Azusa CA 3,000,000
81 Arrow Highway Rehabilitation Project from East City Limit to West City Limit San Dimas CA 1,600,000
82 Artesia Great Boulevard Long Beach CA 8,000,000
83 At-grade Caltrain Crossing Safety Project—E. Bellevue Avenue and Villa Terrace San Mateo CA 3,000,000
84 Atlantic Avenue Improvements Los Angeles CA 5,200,000
85 Atwater-Merced Expressway (AME) Phase 1B Right of Way acquisition Merced CA 2,000,000
86 Azusa Avenue Pedestrian Handicap Accessibility & Signal Synchronization Improvements Project West Covina CA 3,000,000
87 Bay Bridge Forward – I–80/Powell Street Transit Access and I–80 Westbound Bus Lane Extension Emeryville and Oakland CA 3,000,000
88 Bay Trail at Shoreline Park San Leandro CA 3,000,000
89 Bay Trail Connectivity—Vista Point Bay Trail Sausalito CA 1,300,000
90 Belmont Alameda de las Pulgas Corridor Project Belmont CA 2,400,000
91 Beverly and Robertson Boulevards Complete Street Improvements West Hollywood CA 3,000,000
92 Boulder Creek Complete Streets Improvements Project Boulder Creek CA 1,500,000
93 Broadway Rehabilitation Project Glendale CA 2,008,000
94 Build a non-motorized multi-use path along State Route 1, connecting the communities of Morro Bay and Cayucos in San Luis Obispo County Cayucos CA 4,000,000
95 Bus/Rail Support Facilities and Equipment (Trolley Yard Expansion Project) San Diego CA 2,000,000
96 Cabrillo Mole Phase II Avalon CA 6,700,000
97 Caltrain Crossing Optimization Project San Jose CA 315,000
98 Camino Pablo Pathway Rehabilitation Project Orinda CA 528,000
99 Capital SouthEast Connector—Segment D3 Class 1 Multi-Use Path and Broadband Folsom CA 2,000,000
100 Central Avenue Safety Improvement Project – Additional Roundabout Alameda CA 1,800,000
101 Central Mobility Hub Pre-Construction Project San Diego CA 25,000,000
12,500,000
12,500,000
102 Chandler Blvd Bike Path Gap Closure Los Angeles CA 400,000
103 Chapman Avenue/Lamplighter Street Traffic Signal Garden Grove CA 400,000
104 Chip Seal Program Lakeport CA 2,288,000
105 City of Ojai Electric Trolley Ojai CA 440,000
106 City of San Fernando Fixed Trolley Service – Electric Buses City of San Fernando CA 1,340,000
107 City of San Fernando Sidewalk Repair Project City of San Fernando CA 844,800
108 City of Vista Sidewalk Improvement Project on Nevada Avenue and Lemon Avenue Vista CA 820,368
109 Community Beautification Project Glendale CA 2,400,000
110 Cool Neighborhood Projects Los Angeles CA 1,000,000
111 Covina Grade Crossing Safety Projects throughout Metrolink Corridor Covina CA 3,000,000
112 Cudahy Citywide Complete Streets Improvement Project Cudahy CA 1,700,000
113 CUFC—Washington Street Widening Project Stockton CA 1,200,000
114 Culver CityBus Fleet Electrification Facility Infrastructure Culver City CA 3,500,000
115 Del Amo Boulevard Bridge Replacement and Signal Enhancements Project Cerritos CA 18,000,000
116 Destination Crenshaw Streetscape Improvement Project Los Angeles CA 7,600,000
117 Downtown Mobility Phase 3A San Diego CA 5,600,000
118 Duarte—Donald & Bernice Watson Multi-Use Pathway Improvement Project Duarte CA 1,225,000
119 East Bayshore Road Safety Improvements East Palo Alto CA 1,000,000
120 East Los Angeles Community Mobility Los Angeles CA 800,000
121 East Oakland Hydrogen Fueling Upgrade Oakland CA 2,000,000
122 East San Fernando Valley Traffic Signals on the High Injury Network Van Nuys and North Hollywood CA 1,797,312
123 East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor (ESFVTC) Transit-Oriented Community (TOC) Plan Van Nuys, Arleta, Pacoima CA 1,236,000
124 East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project City of San Fernando to Van Nuys CA 10,000,000
125 East San Jose Corridor Safety Improvement Project San Jose CA 4,700,000
126 El Camino Real to Via De LaValle San Diego CA 2,500,000
127 El Cerrito del Norte Area TOD Complete Streets Improvements Project El Cerrito CA 2,244,000
128 Electric Vehicle Car Share Program San Pedro CA 120,650
129 Elm Avenue Road Diet Reconstruction and Class IV-Ventura/California to North Avenue Fresno CA 3,750,000
130 Embarcadero Station Platform Elevator Capacity and Redundancy Project San Francisco CA 6,250,000
131 Emerald Necklace Quarry Clasp Peck Park Trail Arcadia CA 1,548,800
132 Evelyn Avenue Multi-Use Trail Sunnyvale CA 3,800,000
133 Flint Canyon Trail Repair/Restoration La Cañada Flintridge CA 4,800,000
134 Florence A Line FLM Improvements Los Angeles CA 4,000,000
135 Francisquito Avenue Metrolink At-Grade Safety Improvements Baldwin Park CA 2,300,000
136 Gardena GTrans Zero-Emission Bus Project Gardena CA 4,400,000
137 Garfield Avenue Complete Streets San Pedro CA 1,500,000
138 Glendora People Movement Glendora CA 5,000,000
139 Gold Line Light Rail Low Floor Station Conversion Folsom and Rancho Cordova CA 1,913,788
140 Golden Gate Bridge Physical Suicide Deterrent System (SDS) Project San Francisco CA 6,550,000
141 Hale Avenue/Santa Teresa Expressway Extension Phase 2A Morgan Hill CA 800,000
142 Harbor Drive 2.0 San Diego and National City CA 800,000
400,000
400,000
143 Hawthorne—120th Street Improvement Project Hawthorne CA 950,000
144 High Voltage Conversion Fed Program Unit 2 City of Los Angeles CA 347,200
145 Highland Avenue and Wabash Avenue Intersection Improvement Project Redlands CA 400,000
146 Highway 1 North Bicycle/Pedestrian Improvements Project Half Moon Bay CA 1,000,000
147 Highway 116/West Cotati Intersection Safety Improvement Project Cotati CA 2,000,000
148 Highway 24 LaMorinda Smart Signal System project Orinda and Lafayette CA 2,000,000
149 Highway 9 Safety Improvement Project Monte Sereno CA 520,000
150 Highways to Boulevards Los Angeles CA 480,000
151 I Street Bridge Replacement Project Sacramento and West Sacramento CA 15,000,000
152 I–405 Sepulveda Pass (Phase 1) ExpressLanes Los Angeles CA 5,000,000
153 I–505 Vaca Valley Parkway Corridor Multimodal Improvements Project Vacaville CA 4,000,000
154 Inglewood Transit Connector (ITC) Inglewood CA 9,200,000
155 Interstate 15 Northern Extension (I–15 NEXT) Jurupa Valley and Eastvale CA 20,000,000
156 Jepson Parkway Vanden Road Complete Streets Project to Travis Air Force Base Fairfield CA 7,460,000
157 LA Streetcar Power Utility Relocations Los Angeles CA 2,000,000
158 Lawndale—Redondo Beach Blvd Project Lawndale CA 1,000,000
159 Leesdale Passing Siding Extension and Upgrade, Ventura County, CA Camarillo CA 6,000,000
160 Leucadia Streetscape Phase 2 (Shown in the TransNet as North Coast Highway 101 Beautification) Encinitas CA 4,000,000
161 Liberty Canyon (Crossing) Agoura Hills CA 5,000,000
162 Link Union Station Los Angeles CA 5,000,000
163 Los Nietos Sunshine Shuttle Electric Bus Replacement Unincorporated Los Nietos CA 480,000
164 LOSSAN Corridor Improvements Del Mar CA 12,500,000
165 Malaga Bridge Project Fontana CA 15,000,000
166 Market Avenue Complete Street N. Richmond CA 2,170,000
167 Melrose Avenue Complete Street Improvements West Hollywood CA 4,944,149
168 Metro Purple Line Beverly/Wilshire North Portal Project City Beverly Hills CA 5,000,000
169 Middle Avenue Pedestrian/Bicycle Rail Crossing Project Menlo Park CA 6,500,000
170 Mission Bl/ Pine St Safety Improvement Project Fremont CA 2,000,000
171 Mobility for All Project N. Richmond and Bay Point CA 2,000,000
172 Mobility Wallet Demonstration and Research Study Los Angeles County CA 4,000,000
173 Monroe Street Interchange Project Indio CA 20,000,000
174 Napa Valley Vine Trail—Yountville to St. Helena St. Helena CA 3,000,000
175 New Traffic Signal at Morrison and Sepulveda Los Angeles CA 710,000
176 New Traffic Signal at Plummer and White Oak Avenue Los Angeles CA 710,400
177 New Traffic Signal at Scott Creek Rd/ Zinfandel St Fremont CA 950,000
178 New Transit Maintenance Facility Commerce CA 2,000,000
179 North San Jose Bike Plan Implementation San Jose CA 3,838,348
180 Oakland 7th St Bike/Ped Improvements Oakland CA 2,500,000
181 Oakland Alameda Access Project Oakland and Alameda CA 2,996,000
182 Ojai Avenue Pedestrian Crossing Safety Lighting Improvements Ojai CA 440,000
183 Old I Street Bridge Deck Conversion for Active Transportation Project West Sacramento CA 4,150,000
184 Old Town Streetscape Phase 2 Elk Grove CA 2,000,000
185 Olive/Magnolia Bridge Safety Barrier Rail Project Burbank CA 2,000,000
186 Otay Mesa Truck Route Phase 4 San Diego CA 1,300,000
187 Overlook and Viewpoint Improvements to end of Mouth of Smith River Road Smith River CA 500,000
188 Pacific Coast Highway at Crenshaw Boulevard Intersection Capacity Enhancements City of Torrance CA 652,800
189 Parkway Drive and Merced Street Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements El Monte CA 2,600,000
190 Pedestrian, ADA, Traffic Signal and Pavement Improvements along Bus Routes Temple City CA 6,200,000
191 Pine Avenue Extension Chino CA 5,000,000
192 Port of Hueneme Intermodal Improvement Project to Modernize the Port Wharf and Pier and Cargo Facilities Oxnard CA 3,000,000
193 Port of Oakland Solar, Battery Storage and Electric Vehicle Truck Charger Deployment Oakland CA 1,000,000
194 Puddingstone Drive Bicycle and Pedestrian Project La Verne CA 998,000
195 Purchase of eleven Battery-Electric Buses—SLORTA San Luis Obispo CA 5,000,000
196 Quint-Jerrold Connector Road San Francisco CA 7,200,000
197 Rail to Rail/River Active Transportation Corridor Project Los Angeles CA 5,000,000
198 Reche Canyon Road Alignment Colton CA 4,452,000
199 Replacement of 2nd Street Bridge over Warm Creek San Bernardino CA 2,000,000
200 Resilient State Route 37 Corridor Enhancement Program Sonoma CA 7,000,000
201 Richmond Parkway Transit Center and Freeway Access Improvements Richmond CA 1,000,000
202 San Fernando Road Bike Path Phase III Sun Valley and North Hollywoood CA 594,027
203 San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Station Restroom and Lighting Enhancements Oakland, San Leandro, Berkeley CA 3,000,000
204 San Francisco Bay Area regional advance mitigation program Alameda, Contra Costa, and Santa Clara counties CA 5,000,000
205 San Pablo Avenue Rehabilitation, City Limits to Pinole Shores Pinole CA 742,000
206 San Rafael Channel Crossing Swing Bridge San Rafael CA 2,000,000
207 Santa Cruz METRO Bus Replacements Santa Cruz CA 1,840,000
208 Santa Cruz Paratransit Vans Replacement Project Santa Cruz CA 505,750
209 Saratoga Pedestrian Walkway Project Saratoga CA 1,200,000
210 Scotts Creek Coastal Resiliency Project Unincorporated Santa Cruz County north of Davenport CA 3,500,000
211 Sepulveda Transit Corridor City of Los Angeles CA 10,000,000
5,000,000
5,000,000
212 Serramonte Boulevard and Serramonte Center Driveway Traffic Signal Colma CA 400,000
213 Sharp Park Priority Development Area (PDA) Access Resurfacing Project Pacifica CA 960,000
214 Slauson Avenue Congestion Huntington Park CA 1,000,000
215 SMART Russian River Rail Bridge Rehabilitation Healdsburg CA 13,606,840
216 Solar Energy Project (Phase 2) Stockton CA 5,300,000
217 SR 86 Improvement Project Imperial CA 3,000,000
218 SR128/I–505 Overcrossing (Br. 22–0110)/Russell Blvd Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Winters CA 8,540,000
219 State Route 11/Otay Mesa East Port of Entry San Diego CA 12,500,000
220 State Route 132 West Project Modesto CA 12,000,000
221 State Route 25 Expressway Conversion and State Route 25/156 Interchange Project Hollister CA 10,000,000
222 State Route 37 and Fairgrounds Drive Interchange Improvements Vallejo CA 4,000,000
223 State Route 99 Madera South—Operational Improvement Project Madera CA 10,000,000
224 Stockton Rail Maintenance Facility Expansion Stockton CA 6,715,000
225 Sustainable Mobility Expansion Project Redlands CA 1,756,630
226 Tarzana Crossing Great Streets Project Tarzana—Los Angeles CA 500,000
227 The Highway 101 Multimodal Corridor Project from Santa Barbara to Montecito with improvements on Highway 101 (SB–101–PM 9.1/12.3) and Adjacent Local Streets including the Cabrillo Boulevard Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Project Santa Barbara CA 11,000,000
228 Thornton Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation Newark CA 2,000,000
229 Torrance to Florence Bus Service Torrance CA 4,432,924
230 Track Rehabilitation of the San Bernardino Line City of Rancho Cucamonga, California spanning to the City of Montclair, California including the cities of Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, and Montclair CA 2,000,000
231 Traffic Signal System Upgrades on I–680 Project Danville, Walnut Creek, Concord, Pleasant Hill CA 6,000,000
232 Tri MyRide Fleet Expansion Project Antioch CA 1,760,000
880,000
880,000
233 TRI-CONNECT, SoCal Freight Initiative Los Angeles CA 3,357,895
234 U.S. 101 and Del Norte Boulevard Interchange Oxnard CA 3,000,000
235 Union Street Protected Bike Lanes Pasadena CA 1,600,000
236 US 101 / Woodside Interchange Improvement Redwood City CA 2,500,000
237 US 101 Safety Improvements—South of Salinas Salinas and Chualar (Monterey County) CA 2,000,000
238 US 101/SR 25 Interchange Phase 2—Santa Teresa Boulevard Extension Gilroy CA 5,000,000
239 US–101 Managed Lane Project North of I–380 San Mateo CA 10,000,000
240 Valley Link—Implementation of Sustainability Blueprint Livermore CA 20,000,000
241 Vasco Road Safety Improvements Phase II Byron CA 3,905,000
242 Vermont Transit Corridor Improvements Los Angeles CA 10,000,000
3,900,000
6,100,000
243 Walnut Park Bus Stop Improvements Walnut Park CA 1,200,000
244 Walnut Park Pedestrian Plan Implementation Walnut Park CA 1,200,000
245 Warm Springs Grade Crossing Improvements San Jose CA 7,703,100
246 West Berkeley Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Berkeley CA 704,000
247 West San Jose Priority Bikeways Implementation Project San Jose CA 3,285,680
248 West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor Los Angeles CA 5,000,000
249 West Valley Connector Bus Rapid Transit—Phase 1, and Zero-Emission Bus Initiative San Bernardino CA 5,000,000
250 White Rock Road—0.5 Miles East of Rancho Cordova Parkway to the Easterly City Limits Rancho Cordova CA 12,307,000
251 Widen Central Ave to add new Class II Bike Lanes near U.S. 101 to the northwest city limits Camarillo CA 4,000,000
252 Wilmington Waterfront-Avalon Pedestrian Bridge Wilmington CA 1,000,000
253 Woodman Ave. Pedestrian Improvement Project Panorama City CA 3,256,591
254 Ygnacio Valley Road Project Walnut Creek CA 1,000,000
255 Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System Merced CA 2,250,000
256 Zero Emission Bus Replacements, Charging Infrastructure and Zero Emissions Job Training Oxnard CA 1,675,000
257 Zero Emission Buses and Charging Infrastructure Wilmington CA 5,000,000
258 Zero Emissions Bus Purchase—Pasadena, CA Pasadena CA 2,100,000
259 16th St Mall Reconstruction Program Denver CO 6,530,000
260 Aurora Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Update Aurora CO 800,000
261 Big Barnes Ditch Trail Improvements Loveland CO 500,000
262 Cameron Peak Post-Fire Emergency Funding Larimer County CO 2,000,000
263 Central Corridor Rail Replacement Denver CO 7,930,000
264 CO 9 Widening from Iron Springs to Frisco Summit County CO 1,000,000
265 Easter/Havana Intersection Improvements Centennial CO 6,000,000
266 Eisenhower Johnson Memorial Tunnel (EJMT) Repairs and Upgrades Dillon CO 4,000,000
267 Expansion of Gun Club Road Aurora CO 1,500,000
268 Federal Parkway Multimodal Transportation Improvements Westminster CO 4,107,114
269 Frisco Transit Center Frisco CO 6,650,000
270 I–25 Valley Highway: Phases 3 and 4 ROW Acquisition Denver CO 5,530,000
271 I–25/Belleview Avenue Interchange Improvements Greenwood Village CO 10,000,000
272 I–70 and 32nd Ave. Bridge Replacement Wheat Ridge CO 2,000,000
273 SH–72 (Indiana St) Widening at UPRR Arvada CO 1,095,872
274 State Highway 119 and State Highway 52 Multimodal Intersection Improvements Boulder County CO 5,000,000
275 US 36 and Community Drive Roundabout Estes Park CO 850,000
276 Wadsworth Widening: 35th Avenue to I–70 Wheat Ridge CO 10,000,000
277 West Colfax Pedestrian Safety and Infrastructure Project Lakewood CO 1,750,000
278 Branchville Transit Oriented Development Pedestrian/Bicycle Improvement Ridgefield CT 1,853,120
279 Comstock Brook Bridge (No. 04975) Replacement Wilton CT 2,400,000
280 Coventry Main Street Sidewalk Project Final Extension Coventry CT 1,200,000
281 CT–195 (Storrs Road) Pedestrian Safety Improvements Mansfield CT 2,240,000
282 East Haddam/Haddam Swing Bridge Rehabilitation Project East Haddam CT 5,000,000
283 Essex River Road Bridge and Sidewalk Project Essex CT 2,400,000
284 Five Mile River Bridge (No. 04152) Replacement Norwalk CT 2,860,000
285 Greater Hartford Mobility Study – Planning and Preliminary Engineering Hartford and East Hartford CT 16,000,000
286 Greenwich Creek Bridge (No. 01872) Replacement Greenwich CT 2,530,000
287 Harbor Brook Bridge (No. 04185) Replacement Project Meriden CT 2,800,000
288 Intersection Improvements on Route 39 at Beckerle Street and East Gate Road Danbury CT 3,332,000
289 Mill River Bridge (No. 04953) Replacement Fairfield CT 2,700,000
290 New Haven Downtown Crossing Phase 4 – Temple Street Crossing New Haven CT 20,000,000
291 New London Pedestrian Bridge and Public Access Project New London CT 4,860,000
292 Park Avenue Traffic Signals Bridgeport CT 2,686,000
293 Quinebaug River Trail – Plainfield Section Plainfield CT 2,179,953
294 Route 10 Hop Brook Bridge (No. 00653) Replacement Project Simsbury CT 2,400,000
295 Route 109 Bridge (No. 05417) Replacement Project Morris CT 1,520,000
296 Route 202 Intersection Improvement Project Brookfield CT 7,400,000
297 Route 25 Bridge (No. 06750) Rehabilitation Trumbull CT 1,464,000
298 Stamford Transportation Center Improvement Stamford CT 3,500,000
299 20 x 22 Protected Bike Lanes Washington DC 3,000,000
300 Arboretum Bridge and Trail Washington DC 4,000,000
301 Bus Priority Program Washington DC 4,000,000
302 H Street Bridge Washington DC 3,000,000
303 Metropolitan Branch Trail—Fort Totten to Takoma Washington DC 3,000,000
304 Pavement Restoration, National Highway Performance Program Washington DC 3,000,000
305 US 113/SR 20 Grade Separated Intersection Millsboro DE 10,000,000
306 West Camden Bypass Camden DE 10,000,000
307 Approach Road at Cecil Air and Space Port Jacksonville FL 600,000
308 Card Sound Bridge Replacement Planning and Design Project Key Largo FL 4,200,000
309 City of South Miami Pedestrian Bridge South Miami FL 4,330,000
310 Commodore Trail Missing Link Miami / Coral Gables FL 999,205
311 Dunedin Causeway Bridge Project Dunedin FL 8,000,000
5,000,000
3,000,000
312 Harborview Road from Melbourne Street to I–75 Port Charlotte FL 20,000,000
313 Marlin Road Roadway Improvements Project Cutler Bay FL 8,800,000
314 Miami River Greenway—Curtis Park East Miami FL 2,392,000
315 Midway Road Multimodal/Freight Improvements and Florida’s Turnpike Connection Port St. Lucie FL 15,000,000
316 North Bay Village 79th Street Complete Streets Project North Bay Village FL 1,000,000
317 Port St. Lucie Boulevard South—Segment 2.2 (Alcantarra Boulevard to Paar Drive) Port St. Lucie FL 5,000,000
318 PortMiami Shore Power Pilot Program Miami FL 2,000,000
319 Reconstruction of State Road 33/Interstate 4 Interchange (Exit 38) Lakeland FL 20,000,000
320 Ridge Road Extension Phase 2B Unincorporated Pasco County FL 15,000,000
321 Alleyways Drainage Improvement Project Miami Gardens FL 240,000
322 Breakers Avenue Streetscape Project City of Fort Lauderdale FL 5,200,000
323 Cass Street Bridge Rehabilitation Tampa FL 5,116,000
324 Central Florida Regional Transportation Electronic Contactless Payment System Orlando FL 1,032,500
325 City of West Palm Beach Grand View Heights Street Pedestrian Safety Improvements Phase 2 West Palm Beach FL 1,200,000
326 Corrine Drive Complete Streets Project Orlando FL 6,900,000
327 County Line Road Improvement Project West Park FL 944,000
328 Crystal Lake Drive Project City of Deerfield Beach FL 389,088
329 E.E. Williamson Road Trail Connect Longwood FL 4,346,000
330 Econlockhatchee Trail Multimodal Corridor Improvements Orlando FL 8,193,500
331 Flavor Pict Road from Lyons Road to Hagen Ranch Road Delray Beach FL 4,780,000
332 Gulf to Bay (SR60) Duke Energy Trail Overpass Clearwater FL 6,000,000
333 HART Bus Shelter Revitalization and Expansion Tampa FL 6,990,100
334 Hinson Avenue Widening Project Haines City FL 1,375,000
335 International Drive and Sand Lake Road (SR 482) Pedestrian Bridge Orlando FL 7,000,000
336 InVision Tampa Streetcar Tampa FL 7,700,000
337 Johnson Street Bridge Replacement Project Hollywood FL 2,904,000
338 JTA’s Sustainability and Renewable Energy Transit Facility (Project ID 425454–2) Jacksonville FL 2,315,840
339 Lake Monroe Loop Trail Sanford FL 3,313,181
340 Lowson Boulevard from Dover Road to Federal Highway Delray Beach FL 1,106,296
341 Loxahatchee Rd. from Arthur Marshall Loxahatchee Refuge to SR–7/US–441 City of Parkland FL 5,000,000
342 Lyons Road Pedestrian Mobility Lighting and Safety Project City of Coconut Creek FL 2,700,000
343 Magnolia Drive Trail – Phase 1, 2, & 4 (Project ID: 4098037) Tallahassee FL 5,000,000
344 Marigold Ave from San Lorenzo Rd to Peabody Rd (4 Roundabouts) Poinciana FL 4,731,586
345 Neptune Road Widening and Improvement Project Kissimmee FL 5,000,000
346 NW 183rd to 191st Street and NW 27th to 42nd Avenue Road and Sidewalk Project Miami Gardens FL 1,200,000
347 NW 187th Street to NW 199th Street, from NW Sunshine State Parkway East to NW 12th Avenue Area-Road Resurfacing, Sidewalks, and Drainage Improvement Project Miami Gardens FL 960,000
348 NW 191st to 199th Street and NW 2nd to 7th Avenue Roadway and Sidewalk Project Miami Gardens FL 600,000
349 NW 199th to 202nd Street between NW 3rd and 15th Avenue-Road Resurfacing and Sidewalks Improvement Project Miami Gardens FL 960,000
350 NW/NE 87th Street Corridor Village of El Portal FL 1,320,551
351 Opa-locka Railroad Crossing Repair Opa-Locka FL 2,400,000
352 Orange Blossom Trail Sidewalks Phase 2A Orlando FL 3,012,472
353 Palm Beach County Bus Shelter Infrastructure Palm Beach County FL 8,300,000
300,000
8,000,000
354 Palm Springs, FL, Park Connector Pathway System Palm Springs FL 854,550
355 Pine Hills Trail Phase 2 from Silver Star Road (SR 438) to Clarcona-Ocoee Road Orlando FL 557,000
356 President Barack Obama Parkway, Phase 2, Orlando, Florida Orlando FL 8,360,000
357 Rolling Stock Hallandale Beach, Hollywood, Dania Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Wilton Manors, Oakland Park, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach and Palm Beach County FL 9,000,000
5,000,000
4,000,000
358 SMART Plan Beach Express (BERT) North Capital Bus Purchase Miami FL 9,100,000
359 Solar-Powered Zero-Emission Bus and Facility Charging Infrastructure St. Petersburg FL 6,000,000
360 South City Transit Capital Project StarMetro Modernization Tallahassee FL 2,400,000
361 Southcot Drive Sidewalk Casselberry FL 189,357
362 SR 50 (Colonial) from Thornton Ave to Mills Ave Orlando FL 917,933
363 SR 63 (US 27) Monroe Street from John Knox Road to Lakeshore Drive (Project ID 4450531) Tallahassee FL 2,400,000
364 SR‐5/US‐1/Federal Hwy from Johnson St. to SR‐822/Sheridan St. Hollywood FL 1,899,308
365 SR–820/Pines Blvd from W of SW 136th Ave to E of NW 118th Ave Pembroke Pines FL 5,000,000
366 SR-A1A from Hallandale Beach Boulevard to Dania Beach Boulevard Drainage Improvement Project Hallandale Beach, Hollywood, and Dania Beach FL 1,075,350
367 StarMetro Bus Replacement Tallahassee FL 1,800,000
368 SW 36th Street Complete Street Improvements Project West Park FL 1,600,000
369 SW 52nd Avenue Complete Street Improvements Project West Park FL 602,400
370 Treasure Island Causeway Bridge Project Treasure Island FL 4,480,000
371 University Boulevard at Dean Road Intersection Improvement Orlando FL 1,000,000
372 University Drive from NW 40th St. to Sawgrass Expressway City of Coral Springs FL 5,000,000
373 West Warren Avenue Complete Street Longwood FL 400,000
374 Atlanta Beltline Atlanta GA 5,000,000
375 Big Creek Greenway Phase 2 Renovation-Replacement Cumming GA 3,000,000
376 Brennan Road Improvements Columbus GA 7,360,000
377 Buford Highway Pedestrian Improvements Doraville GA 1,373,859
378 Bus/Paratransit Vehicle Acquisition for Local Route 70 Snellville/Northern Dekalb GA 6,000,000
379 Cascade Multimodal Corridor Atlanta GA 1,000,000
380 Cherokee Area Transportation System Headquarters Canton GA 2,400,000
381 City of Forest Park Pedestrian Bridge Forest Park GA 2,000,000
382 City of Sugar Hill’s Highway 20 Pedestrian Bridge Sugar Hill GA 5,000,000
383 Clayton Justice Center Transit Hub – Phase II Jonesboro GA 4,960,000
384 Cobb Parkway at McCollum Parkway Road Realignment Kennesaw GA 3,500,000
385 Cumberland Core Loop Atlanta GA 1,700,000
386 East West Connector Corridor Improvement, Cobb County GA Smyrna GA 4,500,000
387 Emory-CDC Intersection Project Atlanta GA 550,000
388 GDOT Project No. 0013752 Americus GA 1,216,958
389 GDOT Project No. 0015563 Cuthbert GA 2,405,280
390 GDOT Project No. 0015638 Reynolds GA 1,608,000
391 GDOT Project No. 0015651 Arabi GA 568,000
392 GDOT Project No. 0015652 Talbotton GA 984,000
393 Global Gateway Connector College Park GA 3,542,355
394 Gwinnett Place Transit Center/Mall of Georgia local bus service Gwinnett County GA 5,000,000
395 I–20 Diverging Diamond Interchange at Chapel Hill Road Douglasville GA 5,000,000
396 Lawrenceville Area Park and Ride Lot Lawrenceville GA 4,800,000
397 Macon Transit Authority Electric Transit and Paratransit Vehicle Purchases Macon GA 2,600,000
398 MARTA Route 115—Covington Highway Decatur GA 2,000,000
399 McDaniel Farm Park Connector multi-use path Gwinnett County GA 2,000,000
400 Metropolitan Parkway Arterial Rapid Transit (ART) Atlanta GA 3,000,000
401 New Bus Rapid Transit Service along US 78 Snellville/Stone Mountain GA 5,000,000
402 North Avondale Road Complete Streets Project Avondale Estates GA 1,975,560
403 Peachtree Creek Greenway Brookhaven GA 3,382,000
404 Project DeRenne Savannah GA 20,000,000
405 Safety Improvements—Intersection of N Westover Blvd at Nottingham Way Albany GA 368,791
406 South Barrett Parkway Reliever Kennesaw GA 2,000,000
407 South Cobb Drive Corridor Smyrna GA 250,000
408 SR 120 (Abbotts Bridge Road) Operational and Safety Improvements Johns Creek GA 13,800,000
409 SR234 and Westover Blvd—Add Westbound Right Turn and Southbound Left Albany GA 349,295
410 Stonecrest Transit Hub Stonecrest GA 5,000,000
411 Widen and Realign Intersection of Sands Drive and Radium Springs Albany GA 2,509,319
412 Windy Hill Boulevard Smyrna GA 500,000
413 Guam Public Transit Modernization—Bus Shelters Hagatna GU 20,000,000
414 Bus and Handi Van Acquisition Program (Battery Electric Buses; Electrification of Route 40) Honolulu HI 7,398,400
3,699,200
3,699,200
415 Hanapepe Road Resurfacing Hanapepe HI 3,680,000
416 Hawaii Recreational Trails Program (Hawaii Integrated Trail System) Multiple Cities HI 4,000,000
417 Interstate Route H–1 Improvements, Eastbound, Ola Lane Overpass to Vineyard Boulevard Honolulu HI 6,150,000
418 Leeward Bikeway, Philippine Sea Road to Waipahu Depot Street Honolulu HI 6,150,000
419 Papalaua Street (RTS 3020, MP 0.13–MP0.17) Traffic Signal Upgrade at Wainee Street (Route 3015, MP 0.3–MP0.34) Maui HI 1,154,000
420 Waianuenue Avenue Rehabilitation Hilo HI 7,277,499
421 Waimea to Kekaha Shared Use Path Hanapepe HI 2,000,000
422 Wakea Avenue (Route 3920, MP 0.70-MP 0.71) and Kamehameha Avenue (Route 3940, MP 0.91–MP0.92) Intersection Improvements Maui HI 2,186,000
423 HIRTA Regional Transit Facility Waukee IA 2,321,000
424 In the City of Iowa City, on Dodge Street, from Burlington Street north to Governor Street. Iowa City IA 9,943,600
425 Iowa 136 bridge replacement over Elwood Creek 3.1 miles west of US 61 in Clinton County Clinton County IA 1,144,800
426 Marion County—County Road G28 corridor Marion County IA 2,000,000
427 Red Rock Prarie Trail (Iowa 117 to Co Rd S27) Prairie City IA 900,000
428 Bus Replacements Across the District Des Moinse IA 5,000,000
429 Mills Civic Parkway Improvements West Des Moines IA 2,000,000
430 Red Oak Bridge Replacement Red Oak IA 700,000
431 Southeast Connector Des Moines IA 7,000,000
432 Traffic Incident Management Center at Camp Dodge—Phase I Johnston IA 4,880,000
433 1st Street Reconstruction Ammon ID 5,375,700
434 Center Street Railroad Bridge Underpass Pocatello ID 4,277,000
435 Fort Hall Connect- Upgrade of Ross Fork Road Fort Hall ID 3,500,000
436 I–15B (US–30) McCammon IC TO Old US–91 McCammon ID 1,716,660
437 State Street Premium Corridor, Part 2, Boise Area, Valley Regional Transit Boise and Garden City ID 2,000,000
438 Alton Avenue Reconstruction Madison IL 624,000
439 Alton Road Reconstruction Phase I & II Carlinville IL 616,000
440 Brush College Road and Faries Parkway Grade Separation Decatur IL 2,000,000
441 Calhoun Street Bridge Replacement City of Morris IL 1,200,000
442 Candy Lane Macomb IL 3,500,000
443 Centennial Park Shared Use Path Heyworth IL 963,540
444 Cloverleaf and East Madison Subdivisions Improvements Madison IL 296,000
445 Curtis Road Grade Separation & Complete Streets Project Savoy IL 3,293,700
446 Dix Irvington Road Safety Project Centralia IL 600,000
447 Dupo Interchange Dupo IL 1,700,000
448 Edwardsville Road Resurfacing Project Wood River IL 668,000
449 Frank Scott Parkway East Extension Shiloh IL 12,512,000
450 Hamilton Road East-West Connection Project Bloomington IL 7,000,000
3,500,000
3,500,000
451 Hilltop Road Multi-Use Trail Extension Project Springfield IL 440,000
452 Lincoln Prairie Trail Bridge Replacement Project Taylorville IL 487,161
453 Madison Avenue from 23rd Street to 27th Street Resurfacing Granite City IL 759,420
454 Main Street Reconstruction Project Roscoe IL 3,880,000
455 Marissa—Main St. Resurfacing Marissa IL 476,000
456 Pioneer Parkway Reconstruction Peoria IL 5,000,000
457 Prospect Road Revitalization Peoria Heights IL 6,000,000
458 Reas Bridges Replacement Project over Lake Decatur Decatur IL 3,500,000
459 Reconstruction of Main Street from Elm Street to Madison Street Staunton IL 1,569,456
460 Resurfacing of County Highway 16 in Williamson County Williamson County IL 352,000
461 Resurfacing of Main Street, Bainbridge Trail, and Penecost Streets Marion IL 572,000
462 Riverside Boulevard Reconstruction and Widening (Phase II and III) Loves Park and Rockford IL 14,920,000
463 Royal Lakes Road Rehabilitation Project Royal Lakes IL 23,408
464 Spotsylvania Street Improvements New Athens IL 452,000
465 Stanford Avenue Reconstruction from 11th Street to Fox Bridge Road Springfield IL 1,279,035
466 Structure Replacement Over Piles Fork Creek Carbondale IL 504,000
467 US 67 Widening from Delhi Bypass Project to Crystal Lake Rd. Jerseyville IL 1,200,000
468 West Main Cross Street Improvements from Webster Street to Shumway Street Taylorville IL 1,127,700
469 Western Road—Marshall County Henry IL 2,000,000
470 118 N Clark Pedway Extension Chicago IL 2,700,000
471 143rd St Expansion—West Ave to SW Highway Orland Park IL 9,247,702
472 143rd St from IL 59 to IL 126 Plainfield IL 6,200,000
3,700,000
2,500,000
473 34th Street Road Modernization and Stormwater Management Improvements Phase I Design Berwyn IL 5,022,323
474 606 Extension – Ashland Ave to Elston Ave Chicago IL 1,440,000
475 75th Street from Milbrook Drive to Greene Road Naperville IL 648,560
476 80th Ave from 191st to 183rd St Lane Improvements Tinley Park IL 1,500,000
477 9th Street Two-Way Conversion (Whitman Interchange) Rockford IL 4,050,000
478 Algonquin Road (Various Intersections) and Wilmot Road at Main Street Intersection Improvements Spring Grove IL 2,400,000
479 All Stations Accessibility Program—Blue Line Irving Park Chicago IL 4,330,000
480 Arterial Resurfacing Chicago IL 9,357,677
481 Berkeley Industrial Pedestrian Connector Chicago IL 424,500
482 Bike Path along Quentin Road Hawthorn Woods/Lake Zurich IL 1,000,000
483 Bliss Rd/Fabyan from Fabyan to Bliss Rd Geneva IL 7,000,000
484 Butler Drive Chicago IL 4,500,000
485 Central Road: Barringon Rd to Huntington Blvd Hoffman Estates IL 2,000,000
486 City of Berwyn, 16th Street Rehabilitation Project Chicago IL 1,967,468
487 City of Peoria Adams/Jefferson 2–Way Conversion Peoria IL 5,000,000
488 Columbia Bridge Chicago IL 2,000,000
489 CTA—ASAP (Belmont Station) Chicago IL 3,370,000
490 CTA Red Line—Loyola Station Improvements Chicago IL 3,600,000
491 DeKalb Traffic Signal Upgrades DeKalb IL 570,000
492 Division Street Resurfacing Oak Park IL 2,000,000
493 Dundee Ave Reconstruction Elgin IL 5,900,000
494 East Branch DuPage River Trail Lombard IL 1,200,000
495 East New York Street from North Farnsworth Ave to Welsh Drive Aurora IL 1,138,300
496 Fullerton Avenue between N Schmale Rd and Bloomingdale Rd Glendale Heights IL 696,500
497 Gougar Road from Laraway Road to Francis Road Joliet and New Lenox IL 2,700,000
498 Greater Downtown Master Plan Phase 4A East Moline IL 4,946,000
499 Hobson Rd 63rd St from Woodridge Dr to Janes Ave Woodridge IL 490,000
500 Homan Corridor Improvements Chicago IL 500,000
501 I–294 103rd Street Interchange Chicago Ridge IL 5,000,000
502 I–294 Crestwood/Robbins Interchange Crestwood and Robbins IL 4,800,000
503 I–57 Interchange near Mile Marker 332 (Between Harlem Avenue and Pauling Road) Unincorporated Will County IL 4,500,000
504 IL 171 (State Street) Pedestrian Safety Improvements Lockport IL 1,400,000
505 IL 38/Roosevelt Road at Naperville Road Wheaton IL 4,800,000
506 IL 50 from S of Brookmont Blvd to N of US 45/52 & Indiana Ave to Fair St in Kankakee Kankakee IL 5,000,000
507 IL–21 Milwaukee Ave Improvements (Glenview) Glenview IL 2,000,000
508 IL–62 Algonquin Rd at New Wilke Rd Intersection Improvements Rolling Meadows IL 226,935
509 Jackson Blvd Resurfacing (Desplaines to Harlem Ave) Chicago IL 800,000
510 Kedzie and Lake improvements Chicago IL 500,000
511 Lake Cook Road (IL–53 to Raupp Blvd) Mount Prospect and Desplains IL 3,000,000
512 Lombard Rd Resurfacing and Improvements Addison IL 900,000
513 Madison Street Resurfacing Bellwood IL 1,107,200
514 Main Street Reconstruction from Randall Road to Van Nortwick Avenue Batavia IL 600,000
515 McConnell Road Intersection and Roadway Improvements Freeport IL 2,528,200
516 Metra Zero Emission Vehicle Pilot Chicago Region IL 12,000,000
1,000,000
5,000,000
6,000,000
517 Midway Bus Terminal Electrification Concept Design Chicago IL 550,000
518 N Lake Shore Drive Improvements Chicago IL 2,000,000
519 North Chicago Pace Route Access North Chicago IL 508,080
520 Oak Park Avenue—111th St to 107th St Worth IL 520,000
521 Pace Cermak Road Transit Signal Priority Westchester, Oak Brook and Oakbrook Terrace IL 390,000
522 Pace Pulse Line—Harlem Avenue Traffic Signal Improvements Morton Grove IL 400,000
523 Pace Pulse South Halsted Line Chicago, Riverdale, and Harvey IL 900,000
524 PACE Transit Signal Priority Chicago IL 900,000
525 Park Blvd Resurfacing Streamwood IL 220,783
526 Patriot Path Lake County IL 9,794,640
527 Proposed Midwest Medical Center Entrance and Highway Improvements Galena IL 2,000,000
528 Pulaski Corridor Improvements Chicago IL 500,000
529 Pulaski Road: 127th St to 159th St Alsip, Crestwood, Midlothian, Markham, and Robbins IL 2,500,000
530 Rand US–12 / Kensington / IL–83 Intersection Improvements Mount Prospect IL 4,500,000
531 Rand/Central/Mt Prospect Road Intersection Improvements Mount Prospect and Desplains IL 371,000
532 Randall and Hopps Road Intersection Elgin IL 5,000,000
533 Randall Road from Alexandra Blvd to Polaris Dr/Acorn Ln Lake in the Hills IL 2,000,000
534 Rehabilitative Resurfacing of Belmont Avenue—25th Ave to W of Elm St, Fran Franklin Park IL 588,000
535 Rehabilitative Resurfacing of Ill 64 North Ave—I–294 to Harlem Ave & N Frontage Rd - 7th Ave to 5th Ave Elmwood Park, Melrose Park, Northlake, River Forest, River Grove IL 7,920,000
536 Rodenburg Road Corridor Improvement Project Roselle IL 928,000
537 Schick Road Resurfacing Hanover Park IL 257,045
538 Skokie Valley Trail Path Improvements Skokie IL 3,526,800
539 Spring Street Resurfacing South Elgin IL 171,264
540 Study of S. Chicago/79th St/Stony Island Intersection Chicago IL 800,000
541 Tonne Road Reconstruction—Northern Section Elk Grove Village IL 4,300,000
542 Traffic Signal Modernization—City of Chicago Chicago IL 1,350,000
543 US Route 20 and Reinking Road Roundabout Elgin IL 1,200,000
544 US Route 30 at Illinois Route 50 Matteson IL 4,000,000
545 Washington Boulevard Improvements – 21st Avenue to 9th Avenue Maywood IL 1,424,000
546 Weber Road from 135th Street to Airport Road Romeoville IL 2,100,000
1,000,000
1,100,000
547 West Branch DuPage River Trail Connection from West DuPage Woods Forest Preserve to Blackwell Forest Preserve West Chicago IL 500,000
548 Western Avenue Grade Separations Blue Island, Posen, and Dixmoor IL 4,500,000
549 Wolfs Crossing Road from US 34 Chicago Road to Eola Road – Douglas Road Intersection Oswego IL 4,822,000
3,616,500
1,205,500
550 Woodstock Railyard Relocation & Expansion Woodstock IL 4,000,000
551 Zero Emission Locomotive Commuter Rail Pilot Blue Island, Chicago, Joliet, Midlothian, Mokena, New Lenox, Oak Forest, Robbins, Tinley Park IL 7,000,000
2,000,000
5,000,000
552 Zion 27th Street Resurfacing Zion IL 920,320
553 Added Travel Lanes at 45th Avenue Unincorporated Lake County