23 CFR 1335.10 - Grant limitations.

§ 1335.10 Grant limitations.
(a) No State may receive a grant under this part in more than six fiscal years.
(b) Grants may be used by States only to adopt and implement effective highway safety data and traffic records programs:
(1) To improve the timeliness, accuracy, completeness, uniformity, and accessibility of the data of the State that is needed to identify priorities for national, State and local highway and traffic safety programs;
(2) To evaluate the effectiveness of efforts to make such improvements;
(3) To link these State data systems, including traffic records, with other data systems within the State, such as systems that contain medical and economic data; and
(4) To improve the compatibility of the data system of the State with national data systems and data systems of other States and to enhance the ability of the Secretary to observe and analyze national trends in crash occurrences, rates, outcomes, and circumstances.
(c) In the first and second Federal fiscal years a State receives a grant under this part, the Federal share of the costs of adopting and implementing an effective highway safety data and traffic records program shall not exceed 75 percent.
(d) In the third and fourth Federal fiscal year in which a State receives a grant under this part, the Federal share of the costs of adopting and implementing an effective highway safety data and traffic records program shall not exceed 50 percent.
(e) In the fifth and sixth Federal fiscal years a State receives a grant under this part, the Federal share of the costs of adopting and implementing an effective highway safety data and traffic records program shall not exceed 25 percent.

Title 23 published on 2014-04-01

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