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On this page, we’ve included all funds distributed within Alabama from the programs we've evaluated. Many of those funds are distributed to local governments and private entities, not used by the state government.
|Section 8 Housing Assistance Payments (project based)||$362,555,406|
|Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8)||$232,734,293|
|Public Housing Operating Fund||$138,525,681|
|Public Housing Capital Fund||$98,832,406|
|Community Development Block Grant Program||$44,158,556|
|HOME Investment Partnerships Program||$19,326,398|
|Continuum of Care Program||$16,316,728|
|Supportive Housing for the Elderly (Section 202)||$5,555,007|
Where Is Funding Distributed?
Funding amount per 1,000 residents
Compare funding received by state
Notes: X-axis of chart is scaled logarithmically
Is Infrastructure Funding Allocated Equitably?
For each federal program, we compared a jurisdiction’s percentile for per-capita funding received with that jurisdiction’s percentiles along a number of different demographic and need indicators. A number above 0 means a program is overfunding a jurisdiction compared with the selected indicator, and a number below 0 means the program is underfunding the jurisdiction compared with the selected indicator.
|Share of population who are people of color|| |
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|Population density|| |
|Median household income|| |
|Person trips per household|| |
|Car access per household|| |
|Miles of highway|| |
|Transportation staff capacity|| |
|Annual vehicle miles per household|| |
|Fatal accident frequency|| |
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