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Section 405(e): Distracted Driving

All State Highway Safety Grant Programs

Under MAP-21, 8.5% of Section 405 funds are earmarked for distracted driving incentive grants. States must enact and enforce a prohibition on texting as well as a ban of the use of all electronic devices for all drivers aged 18 and younger, plus additional requirements. In the first fiscal year, 25% of this tier is available to states that have a primary texting ban for all drivers that was enacted prior to July 6, 2012. Eligible states can use 50% of the funds for Section 402 purposes and 50% for distracted driving purposes. $5 million of these funds are earmarked for a national media campaign on distracted driving.

State
Ala.    
Alaska    
A.S.    
Ariz.    
Ark. 755,644  
Calif.    
Colo.    
Conn.   2,312,000
Del.    
D.C.    
Fla.    
Ga. 1,630,134  
Guam 153,027  
Hawaii    
Idaho    
Ill.    
Indian Ntns.    
Ind.    
Iowa    
Kan.    
Ky.    
La.    
Maine 459,082  
Md.    
Mass.    
Mich.    
Minn. 1,224,866  
Miss.    
Mo.    
Mont.    
Neb.    
Nev.    
N.H.    
N.J.    
N.M.    
N.Y.    
N.C.    
N.D. 459,082  
M.P.    
Ohio    
Okla.    
Ore.    
Pa.    
P.R.    
R.I. 459,082  
S.C.    
S.D.    
Tenn.    
Texas    
Utah    
Vt.    
V.I.    
Va.    
Wash.    
W.Va. 459,082  
Wis    
Wy.    
Total $ 5,600,000 2,312,000
Total States 7 + GU 1