(1) Each fiscal year, the department shall apportion the federal-aid highway funds
allocated for the urban highway system to the urban areas in the state as delineated
and reported in the latest federal census with populations of 5,000 or more in the
ratio of urban population in each urban area to the total urban population in all
urban areas in the state.
(2) For the purpose of this section, “urban population” is defined as population within the urban area, as reported in the latest federal
census, with a population of 5,000 or more and that population within the adjusted
and federal highway administration-approved fringe areas based on the latest federal
(3) To the extent necessary to permit orderly programming and construction of projects,
obligations in any urban area may exceed the amount apportioned to that urban area. The amount of any excess obligations must be deducted from future apportionments
to that urban area.
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