The National Transportation Enhancements Clearinghouse (NTEC) has published the 2010 report “Transportation Enhancements: Summary of Nationwide Spending as of Fiscal Year 2009”. The full-color, 40-page report is available as a free PDF download at: http://enhancements.org/download/Spending_Report/TE_Spending_Report_FY09.pdf
What are the country’s transportation funding priorities? What are transportation enhancements? How does your state compare with other states when it comes to spending federal Transportation Enhancements program funds? This report provides a view into this popular federal transportation funding program for transparency and valuable comparisons.
NTEC has made significant database improvements over the past year. The newly issued report is a complete update. It features a new explanation of the federal transportation financing life-cycle, a funding report on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and more.
NTEC is a valuable resource with tools and a web-accessible database on national and state-by-state funding and expenditures. NTEC makes the Transportation Enhancements program the most accountable and transparent transportation funding program in the United States.
Visit http://www.enhancements.org/ to access numerous tools and publications. For more information, or for technical assistance with respect to NTEC resources, contact Tracy Hadden Loh, NTEC Program Coordinator, 2121 Ward Ct NW, 5th Floor, Washington DC 20037, 202-974-5155, email@example.com.
The National Transportation Enhancements Clearinghouse is operated by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (www.railstotrails.org) under cooperative agreement with the Federal Highway Administration.