25 CFR 170.200 - How does BIA allocate IRR Program funds?
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This section sets forth the Tribal Transportation Allocation Methodology (TTAM) that BIA uses to allocate IRR Program funds. After appropriate statutory and regulatory set-asides, as well as other takedowns, the remaining funds are allocated as follows:
(a) A statutorily determined percentage to a tribal transportation planning program (under 23 U.S.C. 204(j)); and
(b) The remainder to a pool of funds designated as “Remaining funding available for distribution.” This “Remaining funding available for distribution” pool is further allocated as follows:
(2) 95 percent to pool for distribution by the following Relative Need Distribution Factor (RNDF) as defined in § 170.223:
(50 percent Cost to Construct 30 percent Vehicle Miles Traveled 20 percent Population)
(3) If the annual authorization is greater than $275 million, then the amount above $275 million, after appropriate statutory and regulatory set-asides, as well as other takedowns are applied, will be allocated as follows:
(i) 12.5 percent to the IRRHPP (§ 170.205);
(ii) 12.5 percent to the Population Adjustment Factor (PAF) (§ 170.220); and
(iii) 75 percent to the RNDF (§ 170.223).
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