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Section 405(d): Impaired Driving Countermeasures

All State Highway Safety Grant Programs

Under MAP-21, 52.5% of Section 405 funds are earmarked for impaired driving incentive grants to reduce the risk of driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs or a combination of the two. There is a maintenance of effort requirement and states would have to provide a 20% matching share. All states receive funds under this tier. They are divided into low-, medium-, and high-range states based on the most recent three years of FARS data. Low-range states do not have to satisfy specific eligibility requirements. The requirements increase for the other two types of states. Low-range states have more flexibility in the use of funds than medium- or high-range states.

15% of this tier is earmarked for ignition interlock incentive funds. States that have an all-offender ignition interlock law will be eligible for these grants. Eligible states can use these funds for any purpose under Section 402.

NOTE: This program replaces the Section 410 Alcohol-Impaired Driving Countermeasure Incentive Grant authorized under SAFETEA-LU.

State
Impaired
Driving
Ignition
Interlocks
Impaired
Driving
Ignition
Interlocks
Impaired
Driving
Ignition
Interlocks
Ala. 2,419,494   2,418,874   1,592,328  
Alaska 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
A.S.            
Ariz. 2,334,550   2,333,952 346,639 1,536,424 229,968
Ark. 1,817,218   1,816,752   1,195,955  
Calif. 13,389,979   13,386,550   8,812,269  
Colo. 2,287,352   2,286,766   1,505,362  
Conn. 1,382,376 199,576 1,382,021 205,258 909,775 136,173
Del.     1,103,746   726,588  
D.C. 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
Fla. 6,678,265   6,676,554   4,395,128  
Ga. 3,920,243   3,919,239   2,580,007  
Guam            
Hawaii 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
Idaho 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
Ill. 5,584,700   5,583,270   3,675,426  
Indian Ntns.            
Ind. 2,982,702   2,981,938   1,962,989  
Iowa 2,035,210   2,034,689   1,339,421  
Kan. 2,182,190   2,181,631   1,436,152  
Ky.     2,111,183   1,389,777  
La. 2,106,260   2,105,720   1,386,180  
Maine 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
Md. 2,133,869   2,133,323   1,404,351  
Mass. 2,544,565   2,543,913   1,674,640  
Mich. 4,559,495   4,558,327   3,000,714  
Minn. 2,945,632   2,944,878   1,938,592  
Miss. 1,656,905   1,656,480   1,090,449  
Mo. 3,102,999   3,102,205   2,042,159  
Mont. 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
Neb. 1,425,365   1,425,000   938,067  
Nev. 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
N.H. 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
N.J. 3,293,030   3,292,187   2,167,223  
N.M. 1,241,733 179,271 1,241,415 184,375 817,215 122,319
N.Y. 7,659,399   7,657,437   5,040,836  
N.C. 3,744,956   3,743,997   2,464,646  
N.D. 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
M.P.            
Ohio 5,087,070   5,085,767   3,347,924  
Okla. 2,207,825   2,207,260   1,453,023  
Ore. 1,727,788   1,727,345   1,137,099  
Pa. 5,380,839   5,379,461   3,541,261  
P.R. 1,480,447   1,480,068   974,318  
R.I. 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
S.C. 1,992,250   1,991,740   1,311,148  
S.D.         726,588  
Tenn. 2,799,644   2,798,927   1,842,514  
Texas 10,014,585   10,012,021   6,590,841  
Utah 1,173,892   1,173,591   772,567  
Vt. 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
V.I.            
Va. 3,124,220   3,123,420   2,056,125  
Wash. 2,804,080   2,803,362 416,356 1,845,433 276,220
W.Va. 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
Wis 2,894,407   2,893,666   1,904,879  
Wy. 1,104,028   1,103,746   726,588  
Total $ 138,467,903 378,847 141,647,371 1,152,628 93,972,032 764,679
Total States 47 + D.C., PR 2 49 + D.C., PR 4 50 + D.C., PR 4

1 FY 2015 authorized through May 31, 2015 only.