The Credit Bridge Program is available to local governments who use Federal-aid funds to replace or rehabilitate their bridges. This program permits counties and municipalities to replace or rehabilitate a bridge that is not on a Federal-aid highway and receive credit for up to 80 percent of the eligible construction costs. The credit, in turn, serves as the 20 percent non-Federal share for a future Federal-aid bridge project. To be eligible for the Credit Bridge Program, a bridge must meet the eligibility criteria for Highway Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program funds (i.e. Federal Bridge funds).