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Massachusetts Department of Transportation Contract Assistance 1599-1970

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY23 $131,648,715 $125,000,000
FY22 $137,144,927 $125,000,000
FY21 $146,969,471 $125,000,000
FY20 $150,333,590 $125,000,000
FY19 $152,709,578 $125,000,000
FY18 $155,875,476 $125,000,000
FY17 $159,369,705 $125,000,000
FY16 $162,334,638 $125,000,000
FY15 $163,413,232 $125,000,000
FY14 $164,582,491 $125,000,000
FY13 $167,143,318 $125,000,000
FY12 $169,960,361 $125,000,000
FY11 $174,951,812 $125,000,000
FY10 $35,684,483 $25,000,000
FY09 $36,035,711 $25,000,000
FY08 $36,540,386 $25,000,000
FY07 $37,895,935 $25,000,000
FY06 $38,880,813 $25,000,000
FY05 $40,349,583 $25,000,000
FY04 $26,643,490 $16,026,390
FY03 $9,983,594 $5,875,650
FY02 $13,328,600 $7,675,204
FY01 $4,418,325 $2,500,000

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

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Between and
Funding for Massachusetts Department of Transportation Contract Assistance
260.3%

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

Notes

  • Line items that start with 1599- are typically referred to as "reserve accounts." These often fund non-recurring costs, such as costs for natural disasters, start-up costs, and initial payments for collectively-bargained pay increases.
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY25 Sen $125,000,000 $125,000,000
FY25 SWM $125,000,000 $125,000,000
FY25 House $125,000,000 $125,000,000
FY25 HWM $125,000,000 $125,000,000
FY25 Gov $125,000,000 $125,000,000

Notes

  • Line items that start with 1599- are typically referred to as "reserve accounts." These often fund non-recurring costs, such as costs for natural disasters, start-up costs, and initial payments for collectively-bargained pay increases.
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