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1 Aquatic Passage Rosana Barkawi National Bridge Program Manager Rosana Barkawi National Bridge Program Manager

2 Aquatic Species Passage SAFETEA-LU bill FYs , Public Law under Title I, sec.1119, Federal Lands Highways, part (m) Forest Highways states: Of the amounts made available for public lands highways under section 1101— (3) not to exceed $10,000,000 (HTAP) per fiscal year shall be used by the Secretary of Agriculture to pay the costs of facilitating the passage of aquatic species beneath roads in the National Forest System, including the cost of constructing, maintaining, replacing, or removing culverts and bridges, as appropriate. SAFETEA-LU bill FYs , Public Law under Title I, sec.1119, Federal Lands Highways, part (m) Forest Highways states: Of the amounts made available for public lands highways under section 1101— (3) not to exceed $10,000,000 (HTAP) per fiscal year shall be used by the Secretary of Agriculture to pay the costs of facilitating the passage of aquatic species beneath roads in the National Forest System, including the cost of constructing, maintaining, replacing, or removing culverts and bridges, as appropriate.

3 Aquatic Passage Program SAFETEA-LU Title I, sec.1119, Federal Lands Highways, part (m) Forest Highways Includes $2 million FY 2006 Congressional earmark for Infrastructure Improvement (CMII) for Fish Passage Barriers Request proposals for aquatic species passage projects Build a 3-year program of work. SAFETEA-LU Title I, sec.1119, Federal Lands Highways, part (m) Forest Highways Includes $2 million FY 2006 Congressional earmark for Infrastructure Improvement (CMII) for Fish Passage Barriers Request proposals for aquatic species passage projects Build a 3-year program of work.

4 Aquatic Passage Program CMII projects can be located on any National Forest System road HTAP funds section (m) Forest Highways exclude any roads that are not part of the Forest Highways system. Collaboration key: – Watershed, Fish, Wildlife (WFW) – Hydrology staffs, –Engineering staff, –local authorities with transportation jurisdiction, –Fish and Game agencies CMII projects can be located on any National Forest System road HTAP funds section (m) Forest Highways exclude any roads that are not part of the Forest Highways system. Collaboration key: – Watershed, Fish, Wildlife (WFW) – Hydrology staffs, –Engineering staff, –local authorities with transportation jurisdiction, –Fish and Game agencies

5 Criteria Addresses T&E and other emphasis aquatic species Maximizes habitat availability Leverages other funds both external and internal such as TRTR, CMRD, etc.; Addresses large-scale watershed partnership projects; Obligates the fiscal year they are being authorized; Project will not introduce invasive species into refugia for native aquatic communities Consistent with the long term objective of the road Addresses T&E and other emphasis aquatic species Maximizes habitat availability Leverages other funds both external and internal such as TRTR, CMRD, etc.; Addresses large-scale watershed partnership projects; Obligates the fiscal year they are being authorized; Project will not introduce invasive species into refugia for native aquatic communities Consistent with the long term objective of the road

6 Forest Service; R1, R5, R6, R8, R9 & R10 $2,508,000 Lewis and Clark County, MT $80,000 Grays Harbor County, WA $10,000 Oregon DOT$2,924,000 Indiana DOT $203,000 Gallia County, Ohio $100,000 Minnesota DOT $1,140,000 Missouri DOT: $50,000 Western Federal Lands Division$2,700,000 Alaska DOT & PF $285,000 $10,000,000 Forest Service; R1, R5, R6, R8, R9 & R10 $2,508,000 Lewis and Clark County, MT $80,000 Grays Harbor County, WA $10,000 Oregon DOT$2,924,000 Indiana DOT $203,000 Gallia County, Ohio $100,000 Minnesota DOT $1,140,000 Missouri DOT: $50,000 Western Federal Lands Division$2,700,000 Alaska DOT & PF $285,000 $10,000,000 FY 2005 Allocation of HTAP Funds

7 Accomplishment Reports August redistribution Annual accomplishment report –Distribution: Federal Lands Highways Office Congressional staffs Partners. August redistribution Annual accomplishment report –Distribution: Federal Lands Highways Office Congressional staffs Partners.


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