Section 29: Category 14 - State RehabilitationAnchor: #i1023731
This category is to address rehabilitation needs on the state highway system that might not qualify for federal funding.Anchor: #i1023743
Projects must be on the state highway system.
Projects that are located within an air quality non-attainment area may need to be included in the Transportation Improvement Program of the MPOAnchor: #i1023759
Allocation to District
Allocations for the State Rehabilitation Programs are approved by the commission, with the districts receiving allocations based on the following formula:
- 30% - summation of flexible and rigid equivalent single-axle loads per non-interstate section multiplied times the non-interstate section length
- 30% - non-interstate lane miles
- 35% - non-interstate lane miles (including interstate frontage roads) with “substandard” Distress Scores, based on Pavement Management Information System (PMIS) Distress Score less than 60
- 5% - square footage of bridge deck area with sufficiency rating between 50 and 80.
These programs are managed as bank balance programs with eligible project developed by the districts on an as-needed basis within their allocations. The State Rehabilitation Programs are usually one-year programs with the program funds available for use within four years.Anchor: #i1023795
Funds can only be used to rehabilitate any roadway on the state highway system. The roadway must be rehabilitated to applicable design standards.
Match for preliminary engineering, construction, and right-of-way purchase/utility adjustments will be in accordance with TxDOT's Policy for Matching Funds - Participation Ratios.