2 edition of County State-aid highway: history, apportionment, accomplishment. found in the catalog.
County State-aid highway: history, apportionment, accomplishment.
Minnesota. Office of Transportation Planning.
in [St. Paul]
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Bureau of Public Roads.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Public Roads.|
|LC Classifications||HE356.M6 A558|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 34 p.|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||77628733|
Subd. 1a. Apportionment sum and excess sum. (a) For purposes of this subdivision, "distribution amount" means the amount identified in section , subdivision 1, after the deductions provided for in section for administrative costs, disaster account, research account, and state park road account. (b) The apportionment sum is calculated as 68 percent of the distribution amount. Also apportioned today was $15,, for Municipal State Aid streets. This fund showed an increase of $, over the apportionment. Minnesota highway user funds are apportioned en the basis of 62 percent to state trunk highways, 29 percent to county state aid highways and 9 percent to municipal state aid streets.
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County State-Aid Highway System, the apportionment and accomplishments from the through period. Portions of the law pertaining to State Aid have been included for. County State-Aid Highway System, the apportionment and accomplishments from the through period.
Portions of the law pertaining to State Aid have been included for reference purposes. An effort has been made to present the main concepts and operations of the County State-Aid Highway apportionment without going too deeply into detail.
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Disadvantaged & Women’s Business Enterprise Directory: June April 3 folders. JF May January 11 folders. Start preparing Jan. book Ongoing Processes Highway User Tax maintenance of county state-aid highways and municipal state-aid streets. Mileage, Needs & Apportionment History, Pages i. Bill Lanoux explained apportionment distribution amounts for this cycle.
Start preparing Jan. book Ongoing Processes Highway User Tax maintenance of county state-aid highways and municipal state-aid streets. Mileage, Needs & Apportionment History, Pages d.
Itemized Needs Data & Mileage: Pages e. Construction Needs. payment into county state-aid highway fund. accruals to county state-aid highway fund; accounts. [repealed, c art 1 s 23] apportionment of money to counties. [repealed, c s 43] allocation of apportionments.
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The following information is presented as historical data for the 57 years of county state aid distribution and preliminary data for the 58th year.
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Subd. Variances from rules and engineering standards. (a) The commissioner may grant variances from the rules and from the engineering standards developed pursuant to section orsubdivision 2.A political subdivision in which a county state-aid highway is located or is proposed to be located may submit a written request to the commissioner for a variance for that highway.
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Needs & Apportionment History, Pages d. Itemized Needs Data: Insert, Map, &. "Town allotment" means the county apportionment of county state-aid highway funds for use in constructing and maintaining town roads. § Subp. Town bridge account. "Town bridge account" means the apportionment of county state-aid turnback funds for use in the construction or reconstruction of bridges on town roads.
§ Subp. Town bridge. Roads and highways, traveled way on which people, animals, or wheeled vehicles modern usage the term road describes a rural, lesser traveled way, while the word street denotes an urban y refers to a major rural traveled way; more recently it has been used for a road, in either a rural or urban area, where points of entrance and exit for traffic are limited and controlled.
The History of New York State B Chap Part 2 20, was for construction and maintenance of State roads and $30, for the completion of the county highway system.
The apportionment of the funds among the counties is on the basis of population, mileage of roads outside of cities and villages, and the total area, each.The distribution is sent to the county, city or village treasurer each month.
The projection estimates are based on past history of the Highway Allocation Fund and projected Highway User Revenue. Distribution amounts will depend on the actual amount of Highway User Revenue collected.MS [Repealed, c art 6 s 13] APPORTIONMENT OF MONEY TO COUNTIES.
Subdivision 1. Formula. After deducting for administrative costs and for the disaster account and research account and state park roads as heretofore provided, the remainder of the total sum provided for in sectionsubdivision 1, shall be identified as the apportionment sum and shall .