Recovery Act (ARRA): Funding Used for Transportation Infrastructure Projects, But Some Requirements Proved Challenging
DIANE Publishing, Oct 1, 2011
This report on the uses of and accountability for ARRA funds in selected states and localities focuses on the $48 billion provided to the Dept. of Transport. (DoT) to invest in transport. infrastructure. It also examines the quality of recipients' reports about the jobs created and retained with ARRA transport. funds. This report addresses the: (1) status, use, and outcomes of ARRA transport. funding nationwide and in selected states; (2) actions taken by federal, state, and other agencies to monitor and ensure accountability for those funds; (3) changes in the quality of jobs data reported by ARRA recipients of transport. funds over time; and (4) challenges faced and lessons learned from DoT and recipients. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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According to DOT Act transportation funds additional Administration Agency Actions American Recovery Amtrak assess billion Caltrans Congressional Consideration data quality Department of Transportation DOT officials economically distressed areas expenditures Federal Audit Clearinghouse Federal Aviation Administration federal awarding agencies Federal Highway Administration FHWA fiscal FTEs reported grant programs help ensure high speed intercity highway funds highway projects identify implement intercity passenger rail issued Labor management decisions MARAD March 31 Matters for Congressional monitor officials told OMB officials oversight percent performance Prior Open Recommendations quarter ending RADS rail and TIGER recipient reported data Recommendations and Matters Recovery Act funds Recovery Act highway Recovery Act programs Recovery Act projects Recovery Act requirements Recovery Act transportation Recovery and Reinvestment Reinvestment Act reporting quarter reviewed risk September 2010 September 30 Single Audit Small Shipyards speed intercity passenger Status of Prior subrecipients TIGER grant transportation officials transportation programs Washington Workgroup