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Section:5 - NATURAL RESOURCES/ENVIRONMENT/GROWTH MANAGEMENT/TRANSPORTATION
Agency:TRANSPORTATION
 TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
Service:TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT (Program)
Appropriation Category:FIXED CAPITAL OUTLAY, RIGHT-OF-WAY SUPPORT
SPECIFIC APPROPRIATION 1951
 Governor's
Recommendations
2022-23
FundFunding SourceDollarsPositions
    0.00
STATE TRANSPORTATION (PRIMARY) TRUST FUNDSTATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING23,752,927 
 FEDERAL FUNDS11,994,794 
RIGHT-OF-WAY ACQUISITION AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION TRUST FUNDSTATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING11,329,687 
Total: Specific Appropriation47,077,4080.00

ISSUE DETAIL
Policy Area:  ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES
                        BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
                        TRANSPORTATION
                        RIGHT-OF-WAY LAND ACQUISITON
                        
Issue:           Governor's
Recommendations
2022-23
FundFunding SourceDollarsPositions
    0.00
STATE TRANSPORTATION (PRIMARY) TRUST FUNDSTATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING23,752,927 
 FEDERAL FUNDS11,994,794 
RIGHT-OF-WAY ACQUISITION AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION TRUST FUNDSTATE FUNDS - NONMATCHING11,329,687 
Total: Issue47,077,4080.00
Justification
Governor's Recommendations 2022-23

The Governor's Budget Recommendation for Fiscal Year 2022-23 includes $9,280,498,466 to fund the Transportation Work
Program. This recommendation reflects the second year of the five-year Adopted Work Program adopted July 1, 2021 in
accordance with Chapter 2021-36, Laws of Florida (General Appropriations Act). Funds support the safety, protection,
preservation, and expansion of Florida's transportation infrastructure including the state's roadways, bridges, transit
systems, railways, seaports, and airports; pursuant to Chapter 339, Florida Statutes.

This includes $514,171,935 to fund Right-of-Way Land Acquisition and Right-of-Way Support programs within the
Transportation Systems Development budget entity. The amount provided serves as a placeholder. The final appropriation
will be based on the forthcoming Tentative Work Program for FY 2022-23 to FY 2026-27 which will capture spring revenue
estimates. This recommendation reflects the Governor's commitment to expand investments in Florida's transportation
infrastructure. The state's transportation system continues to be a critical component of Florida's economy, generating
more than $164 billion in economic benefits annually.