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The State Owned Airports Reserve (SOAR) Program receives 25% of the ASAP fuel tax funds.
The funds are invested in projects that focus on two objectives:
SOAR CYCLE 4
At the June 9, 2022 meeting, the State Aviation Board approved the following projects and budgets for the 2022-2023 SOAR cycle. Projects for safe and operational paved infrastructure, such as runways, were the top priority.
SOAR CYCLE 3
The State Aviation Board approved the following projects and budget costs for the 2020-2021 Cycle at their meeting on February 11, 2020:
Due to significantly lower actual aviation fuel consumption due to the COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions, the State Aviation Board paused the 2020 SOAR program grants at the June 4, 2020 meeting, making the following exceptions:
At the end of 2021, the limited available funds were used for phases of the following projects and the remaining projects were carried forward for consideration in Cycle 4. A review of all 4 cycles for SOAR was presented at the June 9, 2022 Board meeting.
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