Workshop Tab.7 Funding Sources

Workshop Tab.7 Funding Sources

Tab.7 Funding Sources and Highway Law $ Boards - Liaison Services Section Slide 1 Handouts Tab.7 Handouts show . . where to find information Tab 7-x handouts . Funding

$ Main Sources Counties and Municipalities 1. Highway Allocation Fund (HAF) Distributions 2. Local (Motor Vehicle Fee, Property Tax, Wheel Tax, Bonds, etc.) 3. State (Federal Funds Buyout, State-aid Bridge, etc.) 4. Federal, mainly FHWA) Slide 3 39-2510 (1), 39-2520 (1) HAF and Local Match may only be spent on highways,

streets and roads and related items/activities! Cant borrow from the Road/Street fund to pay for nonRoads items! Examples: water tower, jail, county fair building, a library, swimming pool, wastewater treatment plant Other State and Federal funds have similar restrictions Slide 4 MUNICIPALITY COUNTY Use of Funds STATE HIGHWAY TRUST FUND 39-2215 Three main funding

sources for the HTF: Certain Motor Vehicle Fuel Taxes & related penalties and interest 5 cents of State Sales Tax from motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers (77-27,132) Certain Motor Vehicle registration fees Also: International Truck Registration Fees Interest Earnings on Investments Any other Highway-user taxes imposed by state law Slide 5 STATE HIGHWAY TRUST FUND 39-2215 Miscellaneous/Minor HTF Expenditures Taken Off the Top

Legislature determines Motor Fuel Tax Enforcement and Collection Cash Fund 39-2215(4) License Plate cash fund 39-2215(4) Retirement Bonds issued prior to January 1, 1988 per 39-2215(3) $30,000 per month to the grade crossing protection fund per 39-2215(5) Slide 6 39-2215 STATE HIGHWAY TRUST FUND Main Distribution of HTF 53 1/3% to NDOR Less State Aid Bridge Funds

23 1/3% to Counties Less State Aid Bridge Funds 23 1/3% to Municipalities All for road purposes (nothing else!) If no bonds are issued NDORs share goes to Highway Cash Fund MONTHLY Counties and Municipalities share goes to Highway Allocation Fund MONTHLY Slide 7 Funding $ Main Sources Counties and Municipalities 1. Highway Allocation Fund (HAF) Distributions 2. Local (Motor Vehicle Fee, Property Tax, Wheel Tax, Bonds, etc.)

3. State (Federal Funds Buyout, State-aid Bridge, etc.) 4. Federal (mainly FHWA) Slide 8 Typically the MAIN FUNDING SOURCE for counties and municipalities Counties and Municipalities are required to provide MATCHING FUNDS County and Municipal share of Highway Trust Fund The States General Fund money if available Taxes on motor vehicles from the sale or lease for periods of more than thirty-one days of motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers (5 1/2 cents) per 77-27,132 State Sales and Use Taxes

5 cents goes to the Highway Trust Fund cent goes to the Highway Allocation Fund Any interest earned on invested funds Slide 9 HAF (COUNTY) FUNDS HAF (MUNICIPALITY) FUNDS 39-2401 Highway Allocation Fund (HAF) Consists of . . . Chapter 39 Article 27 LB84, 2011 HAF (COUNTY) FUNDING HAF (MUNI) FUNDING

Also refer to 77-27,132 Revenue generated from statewide sales tax at a rate of of 1 cent Started July 1, 2013, sunsets July 1, 2033 85% of of 1 cent to the State Highway Capital Improvement Fund 15% of of 1 cent to the Highway Allocation Fund Slide 10 39-2803 LB610, 2015 HAF (COUNTY) FUNDING HAF (MUNI) FUNDING Also refer to: 66-489, 66-4,145 and 66-4,148

Fixed Gas Tax increases from 1 to 6 between FY2016 - FY2020 1/3 to NDOR Transportation Infrastructure Bank Fund 1/3 to Cities, 1/3 to Counties 1 gas tax generates about $12 Million/Year Slide 11 Each County Each Municipality Distribution of Highway Allocation Funds Monthly to counties ($142 Million in FY16)

Monthly to municipalities ($142 Million in FY16) Distribution of funds based on the provisions of Chapter 39, Article 25 Slide 12 HAF (COUNTY) DISTRIBUTION HAF (MUNI) DISTRIBUTION 66-4,148 39-2507 HAF (COUNTY) DISTRIBUTION Distribution of Highway Allocation Funds (HAF) to Counties 7 Factors

1) Rural population of each county as determined by the most recent federal census 20% 2) Total population of each county as determined by the most recent federal census 10% 3) Lineal feet of bridges twenty feet or more in length and all overpasses in each county as determined by the most recent NDOR inventory 10% 4) Total Motor vehicle registrations, other than prorated commercial vehicles, in the rural areas of each county as determined from the most recent information available from the DMV 20% 5) Total Motor vehicle registrations, other than prorated commercial vehicles, in each county as determined from the most recent information available from the DMV 10% 6) Miles of county and township roads within each county as determined by the most recent inventory available within the NDOR 20% 7) Value of farm products sold from each county as determined from the most recent federal Census of Agriculture 10% Slide 13 HAF (COUNTY) DISTRIBUTION

Avg Factor Dollar Value Tab 7-x handout Slide 14 39-2508 HAF (COUNTY) DISTRIBUTION Monthly Distribution of Highway Allocation Funds (HAF) to Counties Each County NDOR computes County Highway Allocation amount monthly, using the seven (7) factors State Treasurer direct deposits amount with County Treasurer monthly Slide 15

39-2509 HAF (COUNTY) MATCHING Matching Funds Requirements Matching Funds Requirements for Monthly HAF Allocations (County) First - no matching requirement Second - $1 for each $2 received Match with ANY funds (Local, State or Federal) other than those from HAF cant match HAF $ with HAF $ Notes on Certain Monies from the HAF: State-Aid Bridge Funds cannot used as local matching funds Incentive Payments are off the top; no local match is required Slide 16 HAF (COUNTY) MATCHING

39-2509(2) Failure to Meet Minimum HAF Matching Requirements If because of its levy lid, the county can request an exemption Another option: relinquish the money to one or more incorporated municipalities within the county; municipality provides the match Last resort: distributed to other Countieswhich have met the full matching provisions Forfeit $1 for each $1 it fails to provide locally (see example below) Example HAF distribution to a county for the year = $100,000 Minimum matching requirement = 25% of HAF distribution = $25,000 Actual match provided by county = $20,000 Match deficit is $25,000 - $20,000 = $5,000 County receives $5,000 less HAF distribution the following monthly distribution The $5,000 must be made available to incorporated municipalities within the county; any un-used is then distributed per 39-2507 and 39-2508 to other compliant counties

Slide 17 COUNTY MATCHING FUNDS Go to Notebook White sheet on Matching Funds, text in square framed by asterisks Look at bottom portion: STATE STATUTE 39-2509, Counties Slide 18 MATCHING FUNDS Compare County to Municipality Allocation Received Local Match 1st 1/3 of Allocation No Match 2nd 1/3 of Allocation $1 for $1 Received

3rd 1/3 of Allocation $1 for $2 Received $2 Received for $1 Matching Local Funds = 50% Match Requirement STATE STATUTE 39-2509 Counties --------------Allocation Received Local Match 1st of Allocation No Match - $0 2nd of Allocation $1 for $2 Received $4 Received for $1 Matching Local Funds = 25% Match Requirement First, Second Class City, or Village

(Less Than 100,000 Population) Allocation Received Local Match 1st of Allocation No Match 2nd of Allocation $1 for $2 Received $4 Received for $1 Matching Local Funds = 25% Match Requirement - See Notebook Tab 7-12 handout Slide 19 COUNTY

State Statute 39-2519 Metropolitan, or Primary Class City (100,000 or Greater Population) 39-2517 HAF (MUNI) DISTRIBUTION Distribution of Highway Allocation Funds (HAF) to Municipalities 3 Factors 1) Total Population as determined by the most recent federal census figures annually certified by the Tax Commissioner as provided in 77-3,119 50% 2) Total motor vehicle registrations as determined from the most recent information available from the DMV 30% 3) Total Miles of traffic lanes of streets as

determined by the most recent inventory available within NDOR 20% Note: municipalities use lane-miles, counties use roadway miles Slide 20 HAF (MUNI) DISTRIBUTION Average Factor Dollar Value Tab 7-x handout Slide 21 39-2518 HAF (MUNI) DISTRIBUTION

Monthly Distribution of Highway Allocation Funds (HAF) to Municipalities Each Municipality NDOR computes highway allocation amount monthly State Treasurer direct deposits amount monthly with City / Village Treasurer Slide 22 HAF (MUNI) MATCHING 39-2519 Matching Funds Requirements Matching Funds Requirements for HAF Allocations (Municipality) 39-2519(1) Metropolitan or primary class (Lincoln and Omaha) first 1/3 of allocated amount with no match Required to match second 1/3 on a $1 to $1 basis

Required to match final 1/3 on $1 to $2 basis 1st -2nd Class City or village first no match Required to match second half 1 to 2 basis with ANY funds (Local, State or Federal) other than those from HAF cant match HAF $ with HAF $ Incentive Payments are off the top; no local match is required Slide 23 HAF (MUNI) MATCHING -See Notebook White sheet on Matching Funds, text in square framed by asterisks Look at top portion: STATE STATUTE 392519, Metropolitan, etc., First Class, etc. Slide 24 HAF (MUNI) MATCHING MATCHING FUNDS

Compare County to Municipality State Statute 39-2519(1) Metropolitan, or Primary Class City (100,000 or Greater Population) Allocation Received Local Match 1st 1/3 of Allocation No Match 2nd 1/3 of Allocation $1 for $1 Received 3rd 1/3 of Allocation $1 for $2 Received $2 Received for $1 Matching Local Funds = 50% Match Requirement STATE STATUTE 39-2509 Counties --------------Allocation Received Local Match 1st of Allocation No Match - $0

2nd of Allocation $1 for $2 Received $4 Received for $1 Matching Local Funds = 25% Match Requirement First, Second Class City, or Village (Less Than 100,000 Population) Allocation Received Local Match 1st of Allocation No Match 2nd of Allocation

$1 for $2 Received $4 Received for $1 Matching Local Funds = 25% Match Requirement - See Notebook Tab 7-12 handout Slide 25 39-2519(1) Failure to Meet Minimum HAF Matching Requirements HAF (MUNI) MATCHING Forfeit so much of its HAF as it fails to match Distributed to other municipalities which have met the full matching provisions Municipalities can accumulate and relinquish Highway Allocation funds (see the following slides) Example

HAF distribution to City A (not Omaha or Lincoln) for the year = $100,000 Minimum matching requirement = 25% of HAF distribution = $25,000 Actual match provided by City A = $15,000 $15,000 (= 0.25 x 60,000) is the minimum match for an $60,000 HAF distribution City A failed to match $100,000 - $60,000 = $40,000 $40,000 is re-distributed to other municipalities per 39-2517 and 39-2518 Slide 26 City A receives $40,000 less the following monthly distribution MUNI ACCUMULATION 39-2519 (contd) Accumulation of Funds 39-2519(2) May accumulate and invest up to 4 years if certified to State Treasurer For one or more specific improvement projects

Slide 27 39-2519 (contd) MUNI RELINQUISHMENT Relinquishment of Municipality HAF Allocations to County 39-2519(3) One Year May relinquish to the county if certified to State Treasurer All or part of the HAF funds allocated One Year Any amount so distributed to the county shall be used exclusively for road purposes within the trade area of the relinquishing municipality Slide 28 39-2519 (contd)

MUNI RELINQUISHMENT Relinquishment of Municipality HAF Allocations to County 39-2519(4) Three Years Relinquishment of all or part of HAF allocations State Treasurer must certify Pursuant to an agreement Cannot exceed 3 years Provide funds for one or more specific project(s) Slide 29 ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT HIGHWAY FINANCE LAW?

Highway Trust Fund Highway Allocation Fund Allocation factors (county vs. municipal) Matching Funds Requirements Accumulation (by Municipality) Relinquishment (by Municipality, to County) Use restriction (for road or street purposes) Slide 30 $ FUNDING $

ADDITIONAL FUNDING SOURCES BEYOND THE HAF for COUNTIES AND MUNICIPALITIES Slide 31 Funding $ Main Sources Counties and Municipalities 1. Highway Allocation Fund (HAF) Distributions 2. Local (Motor Vehicle Fee, Property Tax, Wheel Tax, Bonds, etc.)

3. State (Federal Funds Buyout, State-aid Bridge, etc.) 4. Federal (mainly FHWA) Slide 32 Handouts Tab 7-11 handout Slide 33 Types of Local Funding Sources a) Motor Vehicle Fee b) Property Tax c) General Fund d) Inheritance Tax (counties) e) Wheel Tax (larger cities) f) Borrowed, usually via Bonds

3 3 9-2 9- 50 25 9( 19 3) (5 C )M ou n un tie ici s pa liti e g) Special Assessments h) Sales and Use Tax (Local Option Sales Tax) i) Local costs in the acquisition of ROW j)

Donations (cost-sharing, volunteer labor, etc.) This list is not all inclusive Slide 34 s 60-3,190 Distributed quarterly by State Treasurer together with the Highway Allocation Fund using the Highway Allocation Fund Distribution Formula 50% to counties used to match HAF funds 50% to municipalities used to match HAF funds Considered local revenue for matching HAF, usually makes up about one-third of agencys matching funds Must be used for roads, bridges and streets

Slide 35 COUNTY FUNDING MUNICIPALITY FUNDING MOTOR VEHICLE FEE FUND COUNTY GENERATED FUNDS 39-2510 (2) Applies to Local sales and use taxes collected from the sales of motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers Local sales and use taxes collected from sales of motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers shall be used for roads and streets unless they were collected for other purposes Example: Sales Tax was voted in to pay off bonds for a new regional jail Counties are required to include in the SSAR a certification of: 1) The amount of revenue; other than local sales and use taxes on motor

vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers; that is budgeted for streets during the next Fiscal Year 2) The amount of sales and use taxes expected to be collected from sales of motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers during the next Fiscal Year, if any, and if all or part of those funds are exempt from road purposes This is Local Option Sales Tax, not State aid Slide 36 39-2520 (2) MUNI GENERATED FUNDS Applies to Local sales and use taxes collected from the sales of motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers Local sales and use taxes collected from sales of motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers shall be used for roads and streets unless they were collected for other purposes

Example: Sales Tax was voted in to pay off bonds for a new swimming pool Municipalities are required to include in the SSAR a certification of: 1) The amount of revenue; other than local sales and use taxes on motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers; that is budgeted for streets during the next Fiscal Year 2) The amount of sales and use taxes expected to be collected from sales of motor vehicles, trailers, and semitrailers during the next Fiscal Year, if any, and if all or part of those funds are exempt from street purposes This is Local Option Sales Tax, not State aid Slide 37 60-3,202 PRO RATE MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION FEES Not to be confused with Motor Vehicle Fees! Sent to State Treasurer less collection fee 3% of

30% 3% of 30% Credited to Motor Vehicle Tax fund which is redistributed back to the counties Redistribution to counties and municipalities could, but is not required to be spent on roads, streets and bridges Remaining 70% to Highway Trust Fund Slide 38 COUNTY FUNDING MUNICIPALITY FUNDING (Commercial Vehicles Interjurisdictional Travel) Funding $ Main Sources

Counties and Municipalities 1. Highway Allocation Fund (HAF) Distributions 2. Local (Motor Vehicle Fee, Property Tax, Wheel Tax, Bonds, etc.) 3. State (Federal Funds Buyout, State-aid Bridge, etc.) 4. Federal (mainly FHWA) Slide 39 $ STATE FUNDING $ Non-local Funding State 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

6) 7) Federal Fund Purchase Program-FFPP Build Nebraska Act BNA Train Mile Tax-TMT Major On-System Bridge-MJRB (FFPP) State Aid Bridge Funds SABF State Recreation Roads SRR LB 960 additional Bridge Funds Slide 40 $ STATE FUNDING $ 1) Federal Fund Purchase Program (FFPP) aka Buyout 39-1307 FHWA provides federal funds to NDOR

A portion of those funds typically are shared with Counties and Cities of the First Class Under FFPP, NDOR uses some (formerly shared) Federal funds for State Highway projects instead of sharing it with local agencies In turn, Counties and Cities of the First Class receive state cash from NDOR (Villages and Second Class Cities do not qualify) NDOR and local agency must have an executed agreement on file Local Agencies use the state cash for roads/streets/bridges without NDOR/FHWA involvement road/bridge projects, non-routine maintenance, bridge inspections any public road or street, any phase of a project must maintain projects for their anticipated life

annually certify to NDOR that funds were spent only for road and bridge purposes http://www.transportation.nebraska.gov/gov-aff/ffpp.html Slide 41 FFPP started FFY13 for Counties (FFY = Federal Fiscal Year) FFY15 for Cities of the First Class FFPP funds distributed annually in March Current estimated amounts disbursed. STP funds for First Class Cities- $6.3 million STP funds for Counties- $9.5 million BR funds for First Class Cities - $1.0 million BR funds for Counties - $6.3 million $ $

STATE FUNDING 1) Federal Fund Purchase Program (FFPP) aka Buyout 39-1307 (contd) Slide 42 Handouts Tab 7-13 and 7-14 handouts Slide 43 $ STATE FUNDING 2) BUILD NEBRASKA ACT (BNA) State Statutes Chapter 39 Article 27

39-2701, et al (LB84, 2011) One quarter cent sales tax to roads State Highway Capital 85% to Improvement Fund NDOR Roads Operation Cash Fund $60 million/year Minimum 25% of NDORs revenues to be spent on completing the 600-mile expressway system per 39-2704 15% to Must be matched! Estimated over $10 million/year to local agencies ($5.3 million to counties, $5.3 million to municipalities)

$ Began July 1,2013 and lasts 20 years Slide 44 $ FEDERAL AND STATE FUNDING $ State Federal 3) & c) TMT and RRZ TMT and RRZ are used to construct Grade Separation (RR Viaduct) projects . RRZ-Federal $1.7 million per year. TMT (Train Mile Tax) -State $2.9 million per year. 74-1320 Applied to NDOR and LPA RR Viaduct projects. Currently fully

committed to projects thru 2020. Slide 45 Funded with Federal buyout funds (Federal Funds Purchase Program) Funding level decided by NDOR Local Bridge Selection Policy: http://www.transportation.nebraska.gov/gov-aff/pd fs-docs/bridge/bridge-sel-policy-current.pdf $ $ STATE FUNDING 4) Major On-system Bridge Funds (MJRB) Slide 46

$ STATE FUNDING $ 4) Major On-System CONTINUED Bridge (MJBR) - funded by FFPP Applied to significant on Fed-Aid System LPA Bridges Data-driven selection from the NBI and Traffic Counts 2013 - 6 bridges were selected for funding. Selection completed for $4 million for FFY19-20 Arterial and Major Collector classifications Slide 47 Chapter 39 Article 8 - Bridges State Law

(g) STATE AID BRIDGES 39-846. State Aid Bridge Fund; created; use; investment. 39-847. State Aid bridges; application for replacement; costs; priorities; plans and specifications; contracts; maintenance. 39-847.01. State Aid Bridge Fund; State Treasurer; transfer funds to. Only counties that have bridges contribute to the fund $64,000 per month Slide 48 $

STATE FUNDING $ 5) State Aid Bridge Funds (SABF) 39-846, 39-847 Helps expedite replacing deficient bridges Applications go to the NDOR Only County Boards can apply Board of Public Roads Classification and Standards establishes priorities Funding availability $64,000 per month ( $768K / year) per 39-847.01 Historically used for matching funds on Federal-Aid (BRO) projects SAB Funds: Cannot be used as

local match! Slide 49 $ 6) State (SRR) $ STATE FUNDING 39-1390 39-1392 Funded by car registrations ($1.50 each, $4 million) Dustless-surfaced roads with direct/immediate access to, or within state parks, recreation areas, veteran cemeteries, or other recreational or historic areas Not the same as roads classified Scenic Recreation

Game & Parks determines eligibility NDOR is responsible for design and construction Slide 50 $ STATE FUNDING 7) LB 960 Additional County Bridge Funds Coming Soon! NDOR Roads Operation Cash Fund LB610 money LB960, 2016

Transportation Infrastructure Bank Fund (TIB) NDOR Share 100% July 2016 June 2033 $50,000,000 Transferred from State of Nebraska Cash Reserve Fund July 2016 84-612(8) Accelerated State Highway Capital Improvement Fund 39-2703 Economic Opportunity Program $20,000,000 max $ County Bridge Match Program

39-2805 $40,000,000 Slide 51 Tab 7-8 handout Slide 52 SEE HANDOUT Tab 7-9 and 7-10 handouts Funding $ Main Sources Counties and Municipalities 1. Highway Allocation Fund (HAF) Distributions

2. Local (Motor Vehicle Fee, Property Tax, Wheel Tax, Bonds, etc.) 3. State (Federal Funds Buyout, State-aid Bridge, etc.) 4. Federal (mainly FHWA) Slide 54 $ FEDERAL FUNDING $ Non-local Funding Programs - Federal a) b) c) d)

e) f) g) h) Surface Transportation Program-STP Transportation Alternative Program-TAP Rail Road Hazard Elimination-RRZ Safety Funds-HSIP Off System Bridge Program-BRO Congestion Mitigation Air Quality-CMAQ Emergency Relief ER Funding thru FHWA Community Development Block Grant CDBG Slide 55 $ FEDERAL FUNDING 18.4 cents per gallon gasoline

24.4 cents per gallon diesel Federal Funding $ Contact: $ Local Projects Section Federal Transportation Funds Are Disbursed Only to NDOR Slide 56 $ FEDERAL FUNDING $ a) Surface Transportation Program (STP) Funds

Currently available only to MAPA and LCLC Metropolitan Area Planning Agency (MAPA) - the Omaha area -$12.8 million Lincoln City Lancaster County (LCLC) - $5.0 million 80/20 (20% non-Federal match required) County and Cities of the First Class $0 currently. STP funds are purchased by NDOR through Federal Funds Purchase Program (FFPP) refer to State funding slides Used only on Federal-Aid System Routes Major Collector and higher classifications Eligible Activities Resurfacing New and Reconstruction

Lighting and Traffic Control Bridge Replacement and Rehab Slide 57 $ FEDERAL FUNDING $ b) Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Funds Eligible Activities Trail Projects for Nonmotorized forms of transport. On Street Off Street Other uses are not being selected currently in Nebraska

TAP Fund Availability 80/20 (20% non-Federal match required) $5.3 million total $1.35 million sub allocated to areas within MPOs $1.35 million populations outside MPOs $2.6 million flex any where in state MAPA, LCLC or NDOR cannot use TAP funds Slide 58 $ FEDERAL AND STATE FUNDING $ Federal State c) & 3) RRZ and TMT 74-1320, 74-1320

Construct Grade Separation (RR Viaduct) projects 90/10 (10% non-Federal match required) RRZ-Federal $1.7 million per year TMT (Train Mile Tax) -State $2.9 million per year Applied to NDOR and LPA RR Viaduct projects Currently fully committed to projects thru 2020 Slide 59 $ FEDERAL FUNDING $ d) Safety Funds (HSIP) $14.5 Million HSIP funds are targeted to meet goals of Nebraskas Strategic Highway Safety Plan. 90/10 http://www.transportation.nebraska.gov/traffeng/shsp/shsp-current.pdf

90/10 (10% non-Federal match required) 1. Increasing Safety Belt Usage 2. Keeping Vehicles on the Roadway, Minimizing the Consequences of Leaving the Road, and Reducing Head-On and Across-Median Crashes 3. Reducing Alcohol-Impaired Driving 4. Improving the Design and Operation of Highway Intersections 5. Addressing the Over Involvement of Young Drivers Slide 60 $ d) Safety Funds HSIP Continued

$ FEDERAL FUNDING Eligible Activities Projects with B/C > 1.0 Spot improvements that reduce fatal and injury crashes Systemic Projects positively affecting 1 or more of the 5 focus areas. Some projects: State wide Horizontal Curve signage. State Wide Object marker projects. Rumble Striping Slide 61 $ FEDERAL FUNDING $

e) Bridge Off-system (BRO) Only bridges off the Federal Aid System Minor Collector and Local classifications excluding Minimum Maintenance Eligibility Bridge Rehab - Sufficiency Rating (SR) less than 80 Bridge Replacement - SR less than 50. Possibly State Aid BRO Fund availability Bridge Funds 80/20 (20% non-Federal match required) $3.7 million OA for Off System Bridges. Selection is according to Local Bridge Selection Policy. http://www.transportation. nebraska.gov/gov-aff/pdfsdocs/bridge/bridge-sel-poli

cy-current.pdf Slide 62 $ FEDERAL FUNDING $ f) Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program (CMAQ) To improve Air Quality in non-attainment areas Nebraska currently has no non-attainment areas Funding Availability Estimated $10 million per year (any unused is transferred to NDOR STP) 80/20 (20% non-Federal match required) Apply thru NDORs Project Development Division.

Slide 63 $ FEDERAL FUNDING g) Emergency Relief (ER) Repair or reconstruct Federal-aid * roads, streets and bridges damage by: Natural disasters Catastrophic failures from external causes Pre-existing or non-disaster-related damage ineligible ER funding supplements resources from local agencies, the state and other Federal agencies (such as FEMA) FHWA Minimum Damage Thresholds $700,000 per event

$5,000 per site 80%-100% (up to 20% non-Federal match) $ http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/ reports/erm/er.pdf * Arterial and Major Collector classifications Slide 64 $ FEDERAL FUNDING $ h) Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)

http://portal.hud.gov/hudportal/HUD?src=/program_offices/c omm_planning/communitydevelopment/programs Annual Grants for planning and public works projects through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development Goals: to ensure decent affordable housing, to provide services to the most vulnerable in our communities, and to create jobs Grants are determined by formula based on community need, including the extent of poverty, population, housing overcrowding, age of housing, and population growth lag in relationship to other metropolitan areas Funding Availability Municipalities (populations less than 50,000)*, but occasionally available to counties Apply thru NDORs Local Projects Section Program administered by the Nebraska Department of Economic Development

* Lincoln and Omaha receive their own CDBG grants Slide 65 Handout Tab 7-15 handout Slide 66 Handouts Local Road and Street Finance Questionnaire Tab 7-16 thru 7-18 handouts Slide 67 Conclusion

Slide 68 Funding $ Main Sources Counties and Municipalities 1. Highway Allocation Fund (HAF) Distributions 2. Local (Motor Vehicle Fee, Property Tax, Wheel Tax, Bonds, etc.) 3. State (Federal Funds Buyout, State-aid Bridge, etc.) 4. Federal (mainly FHWA) Slide 69 Handout

Tab 7-19 thru 7-22 handouts Financial Information Available Online NDOR Controller Division Website http://www.transportation.nebraska.gov/city-county/ City/County Officials Website http://www.transportation.nebraska.gov/budget-n-finance/ Highway Financing $ Questions? Boards - Liaison Services Section Slide 72

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