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TRANSPORTATION—Continued

BUREAU OF PUBLIC Roads-Continued

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FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAYS (TRUST FUND)-continued
NATIONAL SYSTEM OF INTERSTATE AND DEFENSE HIGHWAYS-STATUS OF PROGRAM AS OF DECEMBER 1, 1962
IDollars in thousands)

Projects completed,

Projects underway July 1, 1956, to Mileage 1

or authorized

Dec. 1, 1962 Designated

Appor Unpro

Engineer
miles on
Total Remaining tioned to gramed Programed Construc-

ing and

Federal Total State system to traffic under way mileage Stales balance only

lion righl-of-way funds

cost Alabarna..

874.8 191.4 316.3 367.1 $329,657 $78,354 $58,047 $46,398 $34,612 $115,743 $130,180 Alaska. Arizona.

1,161.0 541.4 336.3 283.3 214.000 33,896 25,576 47,627 26,352 82,869 89,575 Arkansas

517.8 43.5 458.2 16.1 186,882 32,571 27,840 60,343 31,235 40,078 47,113 California

2,178.2 699.1 1,243.4 235.7 1,411,638 202,042 21,795 310,483 428,212 467,029 539,253 Colorado..

948.0 278.4 224.3 445.3 182,672 36,999 19,419 25,684 12,025 93,211 107,572 Connecticut. 293.4 160.0 133.4

196,026 2,232 19,909 34,296 73,595 69,505 80,536 Delaware... 40.5 3.5 37.0

71,779 16,878 8,282 23,569 17,788 7,534 8,396 Florida

1,136.0 206.9 357.3 571.8 353,137 58, 196 19,278 37,216 41,150 202,821 230,656 Georgia

1, 103.6

247.9 267.8 587.9 360,712 42,085 62,229 120,157 55,457 88,874 103,521 Hawaii.

48.5 5.8
7.3 35.4 51,529 40,500 4,068

6,789

172 192 Idaho

612.1 171.0 321.5 119.6 117,419 13,209 21,509 35,328 3,939 46,937 52,754 Illinois.

1,586.5 579.3 688.2 319.0 820,502 117,129 14,153 252,774 122,807 326,754 383,679 Indiana

1,120.9 305.5 562.5 252.9 427,947 122,560 47,061 65,139 46,884 154,517 176,738 lowa..

708.6 246.0 250.9 211.7 223,623 39,265 2,647 28,716 16,726 143,228 162,188 Kansas

801.1 445.1 119.9 236.1 184,775 24,738 19,324 17,081 16,846 111,364 127,044 Kentucky

704.0 161.5 224.4 318.1 306,396 35,088 23,296 68,990 48,951 135,018 153,456 Louisiana. 682.6 62.5 367.0 253.1 394,513 82,582 10,830 106,063

88,892

109,295 123,355 Maine..

312.0 117.5 51.6 142.9 95,938 11,477 16,271 15,564 2,050 53,480 61,314 Maryland..

353.7 148.9 179.1 25.7 295, 115 98,620 19,491 47,161 31,606 101,508 117,668 Massachusetts

447.9 219.1 149.5 79.3 390,456 84,701 20,870 89,265 42,553 158,748 181,341 Michigan.

1,078.6 503.8 328.7 246.1 623,427 78,860 18,301 118,141 63,400 356,438 413,358 Minnesota

898.1 110.6 462.8 324.7 360,590 73,660 39,045 70,578 103,364 80,891 91,246 Mississippi

678.2 118.2 251.3 308.7 208,764 38,222 31,212 46,596 17,139 80,492 92,141 Missouri

1,104.7 433.0 666.6 5.1 443,244 68,448 11,058 118,505 47,886 205,588 232,324 Montana.

1,180.4 153.0 441.1 586.3 189,987 49,255 20,018 56,575 22,614 47,334 52,676 Nebraska

489.9 70.3 303.0 116.6 138,860 18,345 15,259 40,066 24,431 46,143 52,797 Nevada..

534.0 116.8 207.2 210.0 109,805 11,487 22,525 16,242 32,210 30,566 32,791 New Hampshire.

213.8 89.3 32.2 92.3 88,323 9,468 7,274 14,799 5,935 53,206 61,912 New Jersey

375.9 115.6 139.0 121.3 445,293 114,146 24,300 128,119 100,859 85,530 96,571 New Mexico

1.005.2 309.5 268.9 426.8 186,323 26,885 22,515 29,076 16,759 91,333 99,598 New York

1.227.2 744.6 263.0 219.6 902,531 50,709 10,907 364,596 174,717 328,327 409,268 North Carolina

768.8 370.6 218.2 180.0 200,071 28,982 12,334 36,821 11,569 118,276 137,937 North Dakota

567.9 203.1 149.8 215.0 104,569 21,747 201 16,347 5,948 63,814 71,341 Ohio.

1,519.1 658.8 651.5 208.8 968, 391 20,896 41,477 298,839 50,925 570,375 648,751 Oklahoma..

794.0 360.7 286.4 146.9 206,086 41,671 16,792 19,683 22,283 112,349 129,808 Oregon

732.0 478.4 168.5 85.1 264, 289 29,597 15,004 60,703 55,765 105,823 123,760 Pennsylvania

1,575.5 656.4 603.8 315.3 747, 298 163,271 61,709 158,688 62,528 319,417 367, 128 Rhode Island.

70.9 20.7

21.9 28.3 78,918 8,824 3,143 20,664 26,035 22,647 26,516 South Carolina.

678,7 257.7 144.3 276.7 161,789 21,224 8,317 37,788 11,353 87,707 99,617 South Dakota.

678.8 219.2 203.1 256.5 116,786 15,226 9,187 11,896 4,011 80,687 90,535 Tennessee..

1.047.6 79.3 603.1 365.2 420,702 50,995 18,873 113,876 103,087 141,197 158, 413 Texas

3,033.1 1,034.2 1,315.1 683.8 798,078 88,656 30,019 154,899 92,760 448,530 508,792 Utah.

934.9 90.9 341.3 502.7 179,942 26,915 35,834 20,482 32,880 67,254 72,870 Vermont.

323.9 44.5

108.4 171.0 125,660 22,228 3,643 30,752 8,114 63,171 71,532 Virginia..

1,053,1 204.6 306.2 542.3 522,937 89,705 37,360 179,907 135,675 86,701 99,633 Washington

725.6 300.3 296.1 129.2 299,223 67,549 7,059 52,551 59,391 117,573 140,340 West Virginia.

522.7 120.1 112.6 290.0 213,810 64,312 36,582 27,037 28.085 61,720 70,065 Wisconsin 452.5 207.6 244.9

223,084 23,582 18, 159 26,803 21,663 141,210 162,049 Wyoming

912.8 219.7 235.6 457.5 165,477 33,940 4,313 29,479 9,833 91,711 100,213 District of Columbia.

28.1
3.3
8.7 16.1

166,027 58,845 6,427 44,524 26,082 27,429 31,618 Puerto Rico.. Total....

40,837.2 13.129.1 15,679.2 12,028.9 | 16,275,000 2,590,772 1.050,742 3,776,886 2,525,770 6,642,124 7,622,131 State share.

205,974 470,280 374,775 Total cost.

1,256,716 4,247,166 2.900,545 I Mileage data as of Oct. 1. 1962. : Includes completed projects prior to July 1, 1956.

165_34,675

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

This appropriation item, together with the appropriation

for the current year, will enable the Bureau of Public Roads 1962 1963

1964 actual estimate estimate to complete the improvements of these roadways to meet

current traffic needs. Completion of these improvements Personnel compensation:

will permit conveyance of title and maintenance responPermanent positions..

1,244 1,391 1,584 sibility to the Commonwealth of Virginia. Positions other than permanent.

16
17

17 Other personnel compensation

418 505 566

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) Total personnel compensation.. 1,678 1,913 2,167

1962 1963 1964

actual estimate estimate Direct costs: 11 Personnel compensation...

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29

31 11 Personnel compensation: 12 Personnel benefits....

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2
2
Permanent positions ----

168

210 21 Travel and transportation of persons..

7
7
7
Other personnel compensation.

17

25 25 Other services: Services of other agencies.

4

4 41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions ----2,871,520 3,831,640 3,756,976

Total personnel compensation.

185 235 Administration and research, Limitation on gen

12 Personnel benefits..

15

17 eral administrative expenses..

30,265
40,630 22 Transportation of things.

6

8 25 Other services...

1

1 Total direct costs. 12,901,812 3,866,357 3,797,650 Services of other agencies.

1

3 26 Supplies and materials..

18

18 Reimbursable costs:

32 Lands and structures.

474 1,518 11 Personnel compensation..

1,663 1,884 2,136 12 Personnel benefits....

112 122 141
Total costs...

700 1,800 21 Travel and transportation of persons. 218 297 314 Change in selected resources.

1,300 -1,300 22 Transportation of things--

654 1,572 1,559 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

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3
5
Total obligations..

2,000 500 24 Printing and reproduction...

1
2

2 25 Other services.

19
44

39
Services of other agencies.

47 106
95

Personnel Summary 26 Supplies and materials.

1,390 1,940 1,920 31 Equipment..

2,411 5,817 5,755

213 41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions...

Total number of permanent positions.

51

64

234 Administration and research, Limitation on

Average number of all employees..

30

35 general administrative expenses..

40

24 2,992 3,625

Number of employees at end of year.
4,020
Average GS grade..

8.8 8.8 Total reimbursable costs.

9,513 15,625 16,220
Average GS salary.

$8,187 $8,286 Total costs.

2,911,325 3,881,982 3,813,870 Change in selected resources..

125,427 -3.857

General and special funds: Total obligations ---3,036,752 3,878,125 3,813,870

FOREST HIGHWAYS (LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION) Personnel Summary

For payment of obligations incurred in carrying out the provisions

of title 23, United States Code, section 204, pursuant to contract Total number of permanent positions.

167 154 152 authorization granted by title 23, United States Code, section 203, Full-time equivalent of other positions.

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3

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to remain available until expended, [$32,000,000] $33,000,000, Average number of all employees...

132 147 151 which sum is composed of ($7,850,000] $3,850,000, the balance of Number of employees at end of year.

127 144 144

the amount authorized to be appropriated for the fiscal year [1961, Average GS grade.

8.8 8.8 8.8 and $24,150,000] 1962, and $29,150,000, a part of the amount auAverage GS salary

$7,577 $8,187 $8,286 thorized to be appropriated for the fiscal year (1962] 1963: Provided,

That this appropriation shall be available for the rental, purchase, construction, or alteration of buildings and sites necessary for the

storage and repair of equipment and supplies used for road conIMPROVEMENT OF THE PENTAGON ROAD NETWORK (TRUST FUND)

struction and maintenance but the total cost of any such item

under this authorization shall not exceed $15,000. (Department of For expenses necessary for the improvement of routes on the

Commerce Appropriation Act, 1963; Federal-Aid Highway Act of Pentagon Road Network, to be conveyed to the Commonwealth of 1962 (76 Stal. 1145).) Virginia, as authorized by the Act of September 26, 1961 (75 Stat. 670), to remain available until expended, [$2,000,000] $500,000, to be derived from the Highway Trust Fund. (Department of

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) Commerce Appropriation Act, 1963.)

1962 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

actual estimate estimate

1963

1964

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1962 actual

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TRANSPORTATION-Continued

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS-Continued

1962 1963 1964 General and special funds-Continued

actual estimate estimate FOREST HIGHWAYS (LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION)--con. Personnel compensation: Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)-Continued

Permanent positions.-

3,002 3,182 3,361 Positions other than permanent..

559 586 609 Other personnel compensation..

235 245 280 1962 1963 1964 actual estimate estimate Total personnel compensation

3,797 4,013 4,251 Financing: Unobligated balance brought forward (con

Direct costs: tract authorization) (-) ----

-43,478 -33,994-36,500
11 Personnel compensation..

3,022

3,195 Advances and reimbursements from (-)

3,383

213 225 Other accounts

12 Personnel benefits...-
-1,988
-2,000

241 -2,000 Non-Federal sources

21 Travel and transportation of persons.
-100

799 799
-100
-100

799

128 22 Transportation of things.

128

128 Unobligated balance carried forward (con

127 127 127 tract authorization)

33,994

23 Rent, communications, and utilities.
36,500 35, 100
24 Printing and reproduction..

27 27 27 25 Other services.

295 295 295 New obligational authority (contract

Services of other agencies.

1,490 33,000

1,175 authorization) (76 Stat. 1145). 33,000

1,351 33,000 26 Supplies and materials.

422

422 422 31 Equipment.-

468 497 1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders,

32 Lands and structures...

23,512 28,832 29,714 1961, $27,164 thousand; 1962. $39,835 thousand; 1963, $34,691 thousand; 1964, 42 Insurance claims and indemnities.

1 $32.491 thousand.

Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived from State agencies (23 U.S.C. 308(a-b)).

Total direct costs.

30,189 36,037 37,000 Status of Unfunded Contract Authorization (in thousands of dollars) Reimbursable costs:

11 Personnel compensation..

775 819 868 12 Personnel benefits..--1964

54

58 1963

62 estimate estimate 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

205

205 22 Transportation of things...

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33 Unfunded balance brought forward..

68,250

23 Rent, communications, and utilities.
73.850 69,850

7
7

7 Contract authorization....

24 Printing and reproduction..
33,000 33,000 33,000
25 Other services...

76
76

76 Unfunded balance transferred to "Proposed

Services of other agencies.

301 271 234 for separate transmittal (liquidation of con

108 108 26 Supplies and materials.

108 tract authorization)". -5,000

120 91 Unfunded balance carried forward (-).

31 Equipment.---–73,850 -69,850

74 -69,850 Total reimbursable costs.

1,712 1,700 1,700 Appropriation to liquidate contract authorization.. 27,400 32,000 33,000 Total costs..

31,901 37,737 38,700 Change in selected resources.

12,670 1. Construction.-Main highways within or adjacent to Total obligations

44,572 32,594 36,500 the national forests are constructed and improved. Projects are jointly selected by the States, the Forest

Personnel Summary Service, and the Bureau of Public Roads on the basis of their contribution to meeting traffic requirements within

625 Total number of permanent positions.. Authorizations are apportioned by Full-time equivalent of other positions

625

625

143 145 145 States on the basis of national forest area and value in Average number of all employees..

655 660

660 each State. Contract authorizations of $33 million are Number of employees at end of year.

0 780 available for 1962, 1963, and 1964.

Average GS grade

8.8 8.8 8.8 Average GS salary

$7,577 $8,187 $8,286 A supplemental appropriation for 1963 is anticipated for separate transmittal." The 1964 estimate of $33 million finances the balance of

Proposed for separate transmittal: the 1962 authorization and $29.2 million of the 1963

FOREST HIGHWAYS (LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION) authorization, both of which were provided by the Federal Highway Act of 1960.

Status of Unfunded Contract Authorization (in thousands of dollars) Actual and estimated progress of the program is summarized in the following table (dollars in thousands):

estimate Annual

Unobligated Obligaauthori Miles balance, tions for ExpendiFiscal year completed end of year

Unfunded balance transferred from "Forest

projects lures 1958. $35,000 352 $38,632 $23,621 $22,676

highways” (contract authorization)...

5.000 1959

33,000 429 38,490 32,250 27,798 1960 33,000 481 43,733 26,879 27,812

Proposed supplemental appropriation to liquidate 1961 33,000 469 43,478 31,949 30,900 contract authorization....

5,000 1962.

33,000 404 33,994 41,100 29,955 1963.

33,000 550 36,500 28,803 40,038 1964.

33,000 700 35, 100 32,848 33,000 Under existing legislation, 1963.Expenditures for this 1 Each fiscal year authorization becomes available for obligation not later than program during 1963 are estimated at $40 million with January 1 in the preceding fiscal year.

present availability of approximately $35 million. A 2. Administration.-In addition to administration, this supplemental appropriation will be necessary to liquidate covers the costs of engineering supervision of the program. I obligations incurred under contract authorizations.

-5,143 -2,200

780

1963

1962 actual

1964 estimate

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PUBLIC LANDS HIGHWAYS (LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION)

For payment of obligations incurred in carrying out the provisions of title 23, United States Code, section 209, pursuant to the contract authorization granted by title 23, United States Code, section 203, to remain available until expended, [$2,500,000] $4,000,000, which sum is [composed of $800,000, the balance of the amount authorized to be appropriated for the fiscal year 1962, and $1,700,000,) a part of the amount authorized to be appropriated for the fiscal year 1963. (Department of Commerce Appropriation Act, 1963; Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1962 (76 Stat. 1146).)

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

2,606
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3,826
2,195

6,000 6,500

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1962 actual

1963 estimate

1964 estimate

Program by activities:

Incentive payments for control of outdoor Unfunded balance brought forward..

3,800 3,800 16,300

advertising (costs-obligations) (object Contract authorization....

3,000 15,000 9,000
class 41).

2,000 3,000 Unfunded balance carried forward (-). -3,800 -16,300 -21,300

Financing: Appropriation to liquidate contract au

New obligational authority (appropriation)-.

2,000 3,000 thorization...

3,000 2,500 4,000

This appropriation provides for the control of outdoor Construction.--Highways through public lands

advertising on the Interstate System and for an inconstructed and improved in those States with large of the cost of Interstate projects to which the national

centive payment to the States of one-half of one percent areas of such lands. Contract authorizations totaling $24 million are available during 1963 and 1964. The policy and standards apply. This appropriation is necauthorization consists of an additional $6 million for 1963,

essary to meet the Federal responsibility through June and $9 million for each of the years 1964 and 1965, all of 30, 1964. which are authorized by the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1962.

The 1964 appropriation estimate finances the balance of the 1963 authorization provided by the Federal High For necessary expenses for construction of the Inter-American way Act of 1960 and $2.7 million of the additional author- Highway, in accordance with the provisions of section 212 of title 23 ization for 1963 which was provided by the Federal-Aid & the United States Code, to remain available until expended, Highway Act of 1962.

$22,000,000, of which $6,000,000 is for liquidation of obligations incurred pursuant to the contract authorization granted by section 4

of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1962 (76 Stat. 1146). Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

INTER-AMERICAN HIGHWAY

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STUDY OF HIGHWAY PROGRAM FOR ALASKA

1963

1962 actual

1964 estimat

The 1,555-mile Central American section of the Inter-
American Highway is being constructed in cooperation Proposed for separate transmittal:
with the Republics of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras,
Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. These republics
pay one-third of the cost of highways through their coun-

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
tries and have assumed responsibility for future mainte-
nance.

estimate
The Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1962 (76 Stat. 1146)
authorizes an additional appropriation of $32 million, $12 Program by activities:
million of which is contract authorization, to complete the Study of highway program for Alaska (pro-
highway to acceptable standards. An appropriation of gram cost, funded)

200 Change in selected resources

600 $22 million will be required in 1964. This is composed of $6 million liquidation of contract authority and $16

Total obligations...

800
million of new obligational authority. The remaining Financing:
$10 million of the authorization will be required in 1965.

New obligational authority (proposed supple-
mental appropriation)-

800
The following table reflects the amount of work, by
countries, that will be obligated in the 3 years in thou-
sands of dollars):

Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered order

1962, $0; 1963, $600 thousand; 1964, $0.

Total Under existing legislation, 1963.—A study and evaluatio
Guatemala

3,150
3,823

1,723 8,696 of the impact that highways may make on the econom Nicaragua

1,027

1,027 and development of the State of Alaska and how extensiv Costa Rica.

5,969 7,154 1,477 14,600
Panama..
1,854 5,023 800

a system the economy of the State can sustain will b
7,677
undertaken this

fiscal year. A report of the study, wit Total.

12,000 16,000

4,000 32,000 specific recommendations for a highway program, will b

presented to the Congress by May 15, 1964.

Fiscal years

1963

1964

1965

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