Earmark Repurposing 2020
Final Approved Earmark Repurposing Project List
FHWA has completed their approval of California’s Earmark Repurposing transfer requests for 2020. Below is the list of approved projects with the appropriate funding (with Federal Program Codes). Once funds have been programmed into the FSTIP, agencies may begin working with their DLAEs to process Requests for Authorization (RFAs) in accordance with the Local Assistance Procedures Manual (LAPM).
On May 20, 2020, FHWA issued guidance on the implementation of Earmark repurposing provisions contained in the Department of Transportation Appropriations Act, 2020.
The Department of Transportation Appropriations Act, 2020 allows States to repurpose any earmark that was designated on or before September 30, 2009, and is less than 10 percent obligated or final vouchered and closed.
The repurposed funds may be obligated on a new or existing project in the State within 25 miles of the earmark designation (New for 2020). The project must be an eligible project under the Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBG). The Repurposing Provision is available to be applied in FY 2020.
The Project Lists shown below specify the total amount of Obligational Authority (OA) available. The total amount of OA is made up of Special OA and Formula OA (Additional Apportionment, No Special Obligational Authority).
Timeline and Fact Sheet
Project ListsProjects requiring Fact Sheet submission to Repurpose Funds:
- Earmark Projects with Less than 10% Obligated(excel)
- Earmark Projects with Greater than 10% Obligated(excel)
- Unallocated Earmarks Less Than 10% Obligated(excel)
- Unallocated Earmarks Greater Than 10% Obligated(excel)
FHWA 2020 Earmark Repurposing Guidance
- Guidance Memorandum
- Attachment 1: Repurposing Process
- Attachment 2: Modified Transfer Form
- Program Code Crosswalk
- Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any questions regarding Earmark Repurposing, please email Repurposing@dot.ca.gov.
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