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The Water Infrastructure Fund Transfer Act (WIFTA) was passed in 2019. WIFTA allowed states a one-time transfer from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) to the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) for lead-related, DWSRF-eligible projects. This transfer could be up to 5 percent of the amount of the state’s cumulative CWSRF capitalization grants, if available, and had to be completed by October 4, 2020. States had to develop plans for these funds before the transfer could take place, so in most states projects for this funding have already been selected.

       WIFTA SRF Transfer

          Status 10/4/2020

State $ Amount Transferred to DWSRF


$  107,892,848

Massachusetts $    30,000,000
Michigan $  102,175,063

New Jersey

$  113,037,075

Ohio $    20,000,000
Pennsylvania $    90,685,658

Rhode Island

$    10,000,000


$    11,000,000

Wisconsin $    63,809,549