|(a) Reimbursement. The Safe Routes to School Program is a reimbursement program for costs incurred. Any costs incurred by applicants prior to project approval, final contract execution, and federal project authorization are not eligible for reimbursement under the program. (b) Funding allocations between project types. Non-infrastructure based projects will make up at least 10% and no more than 30% of the overall program funding. The exact proportion of infrastructure to non-infrastructure funding will be determined by the department. (c) Local contribution. No local contribution is required for projects submitted for funding under the Safe Routes to School Program. (d) Project overruns. Project overruns will be evaluated by the responsible division administering the program on a case-by-case basis to determine if the project will continue and how the additional costs will be covered. (e) Commission allocation for state initiated projects. The commission may allocate funds to the department for use on the state highway system for Safe Routes to School projects initiated by the department. (f) Project monitoring and evaluation. The department will monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of each project funded on this subchapter to ensure compliance with state and federal law and regulation. Each recipient of funding is required to cooperate fully with the department in this process.