The Senate Appropriations Committee detailed the short-term cuts:
- The Transportation Planning, Research, and Development account is reduced from $16.1 million to $9.8 million.
- The Federal Aviation Administration's Facilities and Equipment account is decreased by $8.7 million - or less than one percent - from the 2010 level.
- The FAA's Research, Engineering and Development account is cut by $3.5 million - or two percent - from the 2010 level.
- The Federal Railroad Administration High Speed and Intercity Passenger Rail is reduced to $1 billion.
- The FRA's Research and Development account is reduced to $35.1 million, $2.513 million less than 2010.
- The Transportation Department's budget for Transit New Starts is reduced to $1.72 billion, $280 million below the 2010 level.
- The Transit Research and University Research Centers Program is cut $64.2 million.
- The funding for Public Housing Operating Fund is decreased to $4.6 billion.
- The Housing and Urban Development's Community Development Fund, including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) is cut by $220 million.
Anti-abortion lawmakers did succeed in winning a provision to ban the use of federal or local government funds to pay for abortions in the District of Columbia.The deal came together after six grueling weeks and an outbreak of budget brinksmanship over the past few days as the two sides sought to squeeze every drop of advantage in private talks.