Aviation programs will take the greatest hit in DOT funding reductions, made necessary by the 0.38% cut made in a congressional appropriations deal, but no money is being taken from agency safety programs, including FAA's, according to a DOT spokesman. The biggest cut, $53 million - about 2.5% of its $2 billion-plus appropriation - is in the Airport Improvement Program, which remains suspended without an authorization.
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