3 edition of Funds to maintain roads, trails, and bridges within Indian reservations. found in the catalog.
Funds to maintain roads, trails, and bridges within Indian reservations.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs
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Greenlee County funds were used to build the bridge over the Gila River in and grade the road in In federal funds were used to install culverts and drainage ways. During the Great Depression, federal funding programs, including the WPA, were used every year between and to grade, widen, and pave the road. Each State and BIA must maintain an inventory of all bridges and tunnels that are subject to the NBTI standards and provide this data to the FHWA. Were constructed or reconstructed with funds from the Highway Trust Fund under the Indian reservation roads program since (5) road, bridge, trail.
They build and maintain roads and bridges, provide law enforcement, corrections programs, district courts, natural resource management, and assistance for low-income families.  For the biennium, the largest source of revenue (42 percent) for Montana is federal revenue, which the state then appropriates through the state budget. transportation facilities on Indian reservations and within tribal communities—and of roads in the BIA road system, which are public roads and are part of the National Tribal Transportation Facility Inventory (NTTFI). Along with providing access to tribal communities and trust and fee lands, BIA roads, bridges, ferry facilities, and trails.
(12) Indian reservation road. The term ''Indian reservation road'' means a public road that is located within or provides access to an Indian reservation or Indian trust land or restricted Indian land that is not subject to fee title alienation without the approval of the Federal Government, or Indian and Alaska Native villages, groups, or communities in which Indians and Alaskan Natives. Bridges were costly to construct and hard to maintain, so the routes pioneered by the Native Americans were often later overlaid by iron rails and graveled roads. When large creeks and rivers couldn't be avoided, the Indian trails often led to rocky shoals or shallows .
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Under the operation and maintenance of BIA roads, transportation facilities located on Indian Reservations and within tribal communities are maintained. Roads maintenance program funds are administered at the BIA Region offices for the maintenance of roads identified as part of the BIA roads.
Indian Reservation Roads, Inventory High Priority Projects, Catalogue of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number Purpose To provide limited routine and preventive maintenance on Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) transportation facilities as described below.
The Tribal Transportation Program mission is to provide safe and adequate transportation and public road access to and within Indian reservations in the Great Plains Region, Indian lands and communities for Native Americans, visitors, recreationists, resource uses and others while contributing to economic development, self-determination, and employment of Native Americans.
From untilCongress appropriated annual construction and maintenance funds trails the BIA to maintain, repair and construct roads on Indian Reservations through the Department of the Interior. During this time, approximately $ billion was provided for both construction and maintenance of reservation roads.
Indian road and bridge projects and chapter of the Act of25 U.S.C. 3l8a, trails into disuse. Section (a) of title 23 provides that: "The term 'Indian reservation roads and bridges' means roads and bridges that are located within an Indian reservation or that provide access to an Indian.
The IRR system provides access to and within Indian reservations, Indian trust land, restricted Indian land, eligible Indian communities, and Alaska Native villages.
The IRR Program serves over federally-recognized Indian Tribes and Alaska Native villages and currently consists of o miles of road, 4, bridges, and other. The Indian Housing Block Grant Program (IHBG) is a formula grant that provides a range of affordable housing activities on Indian reservations and Indian areas.
HUD has until June 1 of each fiscal year to report to recipients their annual IHBG estimated allocation for the next fiscal year and the data used to compute the estimated allocation.
Established the Indian Reservation Roads Bridge Program (IRRBP), codified at 23 U.S.C. (d)(3)(B) under which a minimum of $13 million of IRR Program funds was set aside for a nationwide priority program for improving deficient IRR bridges.
These roads, also known as BIA Roads are given to tribes by providing funds for planning, designing, construction, and maintenance activities. The program is jointly administered by the Federal Lands Highway Program and the BIA.
Federal Lands Highway Program (FLHP) funds may be used to construct roads and trails within (or, in some cases, providing access to) Federal lands. There are four categories of FLHP funds: Indian Reservation Roads, Public Lands Highways, Park Roads and Parkways, and Refuge Roads.
Arizona Tribal Transportation. State for maintenance of roads connecting to Indian Reservation Roads and to the IRR’s themselves.
This is a great opportunity for Tribal economic development because Tribes can often maintain these roads at a cheaper cost than the State can due to the rural and remote location of many of these roads.
10 23 U.S.C.A. § (c). Notwithstanding any other provision of law, an Indian tribal government may approve plans, specifications, and estimates and commence road and bridge construction with funds made available from the tribal transportation program through a contract or agreement under Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C.
et seq. From untilCongress appropriated annual construction and maintenance funds to the BIA to maintain, repair and construct roads on Indian Reservations. During this time, approximately $ billion was provided for both construction and maintenance of reservation roads.
The Surface Transportation Assistance Act of 2. approximatelymiles of roads and trails in Indian Country owned and maintained by tribes, the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), states and counties.
Of those, Indian tribes own and maint miles of roads and trails, of which only 1, (or percent) are paved, with anot miles consisting of gravel, earth, or primitive. The intent of both agreements was to establish a Federal-aid Indian road system consisting of public Indian reservation roads and bridges for which no other Federal-aid funds were available.
Both BIA and FHWA jointly designated those roads and, under 23 U.S.C. FHWA was responsible for approving the location, type, and design of IRR and. Map showing Indian reservations within the limits of the United States Contributor Names United States.
Office of Indian Affairs. Morgan, T. (Thomas Jefferson), Created / Published Washington, D.C.: Office of Indian Affairs, Subject Headings. Funds provided for Off-System bridges may not be transferred to other 23 U.S.C. programs without a needs determination for transit facilities within, adjacent, or providing access to public lands, national parks, national forests, refuge roads, and Indian reservations.
Develop and maintain recreational trails and trail-related. Historic bridges are an important part of the heritage, development and transportation system of Indiana.
As our state has grown, certain historic bridges have been replaced with modern bridges to accommodate today's higher traffic volumes and larger vehicles. Recognizing the value of Indiana's. the Federal share payable on account of any repair or reconstruction of forest highways, forest development roads and trails, park roads and trails, parkways, public lands highways, public lands development roads and trails, and Indian reservation roads.
Purpose – This program directive is in place to Supplement the Road Maintenance TPA(BIA Program) with rehabilitation, resurfacing, restoration, and operational improvements of TTP facilities (i.e. roads, trails, bridges, structures, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, transit facilities, ferry facilities, rest areas, parking areas, etc.).the IRR program to be funded by the Highway Trust Fund.6 But, for purposes of this article, the Act had another important result: it amended the federal statutory definition of an IRR.7 The term Indian reservation roads, as it appeared in 23 U.S.C.
(a)(12) was amended by striking out, "' Indian reservation roads and bridges' means roads and.Pub. L. 86– provided that the Federal share payable on account of any repair or reconstruction of forest highways, forest development roads and trails, park roads and trails, and Indian reservation roads may amount to per centum of the cost thereof, whether or not such highways, roads or trails are on any Federal-aid highway system.