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REVENUES USED BY STATES FOR LOCAL ROADS AND STREETS - 2002 1/

DECEMBER 2003(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)Table SF-5
STATEBALANCE BEGINNING OF YEAR 2/HIGHWAY-USER REVENUES 3/APPROPRI- ATIONS FROM GENERAL FUNDS 4/OTHER STATE IMPOSTS 5/MISCEL- LANEOUSISSUE OF BONDSPAYMENTS FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTSTOTAL RECEIPTS
RESERVES FOR CURRENT HIGHWAY WORKRESERVES FOR DEBT SERVICETOTALMOTOR-FUEL TAXESMOTOR- VEHICLE AND MOTOR- CARRIER TAXESTOLLSTOTALFEDERALLOCAL GOVERN- MENTS
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINIS- TRATIONOTHER AGENCIES
Alabama--- 247,880 79,097 - 326,977 ----- 870 - 327,847
Alaska--- 954 1,134 - 2,088 ----- 832 - 2,920
Arizona 84,811 - 84,811 192,685 63,205 - 255,890 164,184 273,556 2,250 - 22,855 3,102 4,176 726,013
Arkansas 12,974 - 12,974 143,838 25,542 - 169,380 ----- 1,537 - 170,917
California 1,157,675 - 1,157,675 1,111,838 6,619 4,762 1,123,219 ---- 546,231 28,060 - 1,697,510
Colorado 67,881 - 67,881 115,752 121,632 - 237,384 - 10,702 --- 2,552 - 250,638
Connecticut--- 25,409 14,606 - 40,015 ------- 40,015
Delaware---------------
Dist. of Col.--- 32,247 49,219 - 81,466 44,028 48,947 1,867 3,282 154,309 1,771 - 335,670
Florida- 6,065 6,065 339,135 76,243 - 415,378 -- 8,227 -- 1,006 - 424,611
Georgia--- 59,080 39,857 - 98,937 ----- 573 - 99,510
Hawaii---- 1,976 - 1,976 ------- 1,976
Idaho--- 94,639 54,279 - 148,918 ----- 13,724 - 162,642
Illinois--- 753,241 362,502 - 1,115,743 ----- 133 - 1,115,876
Indiana (1,062)- (1,062) 462,498 135,276 413 598,187 ----- 4,381 - 602,568
Iowa 8,780 - 8,780 264,921 228,441 - 493,362 - 20,006 -- 80,490 -- 593,858
Kansas--- 162,792 51,968 - 214,760 - 12,927 ---- 24,015 251,702
Kentucky--- 150,381 75,837 - 226,218 ----- 182 - 226,400
Louisiana- 610 610 201,180 35,838 - 237,018 ----- 1,500 - 238,518
Maine--- 36,755 16,936 - 53,691 ----- 20 - 53,711
Maryland- 936 936 275,233 140,883 - 416,116 - 29,914 65 - 22,671 -- 468,766
Massachusetts- 39,772 39,772 145,659 44,285 - 189,944 --- 42,920 --- 232,864
Michigan--- 442,856 622,234 - 1,065,090 ----- 1,182 - 1,066,272
Minnesota 475,208 - 475,208 318,327 274,757 - 593,084 - 71,926 17,246 -- 810 - 683,066
Mississippi 80,815 - 80,815 151,494 55,843 - 207,337 - 13,500 ----- 220,837
Missouri 46,051 - 46,051 261,090 64,208 - 325,298 ----- 549 - 325,847
Montana --- 16,857 41,970 - 58,827 ----- 8,310 - 67,137
Nebraska--- 169,808 32,095 - 201,903 - 139,636 --- 8 - 341,547
Nevada--- 144,306 -- 144,306 ----- 196 - 144,502
New Hampshire--- 23,054 14,642 - 37,696 ----- 110 - 37,806
New Jersey--- 83,002 88,684 - 171,686 ------- 171,686
New Mexico 14,669 - 14,669 59,539 34,895 - 94,434 -- 333 -- 932 - 95,699
New York--- 255,409 162,218 - 417,627 --- 975,059 214,503 4 21,708 1,628,901
North Carolina--- 98,896 35,612 - 134,508 ----- 941 - 135,449
North Dakota--- 68,713 30,270 - 98,983 ----- 444 - 99,427
Ohio--- 579,533 474,459 - 1,053,992 ----- 31 - 1,054,023
Oklahoma 47,850 - 47,850 107,629 28,537 - 136,166 - 52,218 --- 774 450 189,608
Oregon--- 142,973 92,289 - 235,262 --- 70,470 - 96,963 - 402,695
Pennsylvania--- 147,734 53,447 - 201,181 ----- 1,726 - 202,907
Rhode Island--- 9,671 5,148 - 14,819 ------- 14,819
South Carolina 99,165 - 99,165 70,423 2,416 - 72,839 ----- 1,300 - 74,139
South Dakota--- 18,913 40,444 - 59,357 ------- 59,357
Tennessee--- 207,507 91,811 - 299,318 ----- 246 - 299,564
Texas--- 9,079 433,058 - 442,137 ----- 1,987 - 444,124
Utah--- 71,980 18,095 - 90,075 - 18,585 --- 10,476 - 119,136
Vermont--- 11,669 16,537 - 28,206 ------- 28,206
Virginia--- 112,517 123,413 - 235,930 ------- 235,930
Washington 84,023 12,177 96,200 291,082 184,833 - 475,915 -- 3,649 24,312 200,820 18,128 9,264 732,088
West Virginia---------------
Wisconsin--- 430,214 127,507 - 557,721 ----- 798 - 558,519
Wyoming 8 - 8 23,416 11 - 23,427 - 4,500 --- 36,047 - 63,974
Total 2,178,848 59,560 2,238,408 9,143,808 4,774,808 5,175 13,923,791 208,212 696,417 33,637 1,116,043 1,241,879 242,205 59,613 17,521,797

1/ Tables SF-5 and SF-6 summarize State receipts and disbursements applicable to local roads and streets not under State control. Data for local roads under State control are included in Tables SF-3 and SF-4. See Table SF-21 for general note on SF table series. This table is compiled from reports of State authorities.

2/ Any differences between beginning balances and the ending balances on last year's Table SF-6 are the result of accounting adjustments, inclusion of funds not previously reported, etc.

3/ Amounts shown represent only those highway-user revenues expended on local roads. See Table DF for the full amount of and disposition of highway-user revenues.

4/ Gross general fund appropriations for highways were reduced by the amount of highway-user revenues placed in the State General Fund. See Tables SF-1 and DF.

5/ Includes sales and use taxes, severance taxes, and other State taxes.


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