During the Highway Safety Plan approval process, the responsible FHWA and NHTSA officials shall approve a P&A module only if the projected State expenditure is at least 25 percent (or the appropriate sliding scale rate) of the total P&A costs identified in the module. If a State elects to prorate P&A and program management costs, the appropriate NHTSA and FHWA officials must approve the method that the State highway safety agency will use to record the time spent on these activities. During the process of reimbursement, the responsible FHWA and NHTSA officials shall assure that Federal reimbursement for P&A costs at no time exceeds 75 percent (of the applicable sliding scale rate) of the costs accumulated at the time of reimbursement.
Title 23 published on 2013-04-01
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