1. Select ALL projects below that are NOT eligible for ERFO funding:
|A tribal transportation facility which has been damaged by flood|
|A state highway which has been damaged by a tornado|
|A federally owned road which is only open for high clearance vehicles|
|A federally owned road open to administrative traffic only|
|A replacement structure that is included in the approved Statewide transportation improvement program at the time of an event|
2. Which damaged sites are NOT eligible for ERFO funding?
|Damage that severely impacts safety and usefulness of a highway|
|Minor pavement settlement and slipouts in cut or fill slopes|
|Settlement of a round culvert with a severely corroded invert|
|General public traffic damage aggravated by saturated subgrade conditions|
3. True or False: Damaged sites that are individually heavy maintenance can be combined so that the total cost of repair for all is eligible for ERFO funding.
4. True or False: If a bridge collapses due to gradual deterioration, it may be eligible for ERFO funding.
4. True or False: Damage that normally occurs every 2 to 3 years is considered non-qualifying for ER funding.