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LOCAL GOVERNMENT DISBURSEMENTS FOR HIGHWAYS - 2003 1/

OCTOBER 2005(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)Table LGF-2
STATE CAPITAL OUTLAY MAINTENANCE TRAFFIC SERVICES ADMINIS-
TRATION
AND MISCEL-
LANEOUS
HIGHWAY
LAW
ENFORCE-
MENT
AND SAFETY
INTEREST BOND RETIREMENT 2/ TRANSFERS
TO STATE
GOVERN-
MENTS
TOTAL
DISBURSE-
MENTS
ACQUISITION
OF RIGHT-
OF-WAY
PRELIMINARY
AND CON-
STRUCTION
ENGINEERING
3/
ROAD & STREET
CONSTRUCTION
AND
SYSTEM
PRESERVATION
TOTAL SNOW
REMOVAL
OTHER
CURRENT
REVENUES
OR SINKING
FUNDS
REFUNDING
BONDS
Alabama 12,742 25,481 119,453 157,676 695,798 60,011 26,730 74,119 35,896 15,808 26,707 - 50,000 1,142,745
Alaska 4/ 7,064 19,138 80,930 107,132 31,855 21,387 3,351 4,367 10,413 18,905 19,226 - - 216,636
Arizona 4/ 23,836 67,464 545,562 636,862 226,508 1,162 69,279 83,096 91,196 55,447 317,917 - 41,967 1,523,434
Arkansas 1,624 7,681 77,668 86,973 143,795 - - 87,568 35,186 390 726 - 1,970 356,608
California 52,744 89,757 2,166,578 2,309,079 1,691,810 16,835 703,144 510,148 953,313 372,398 218,424 13,560 513,258 7,301,969
Colorado 12,428 40,258 403,926 456,612 262,658 37,365 117,785 103,619 126,759 44,890 31,432 19,518 2,170 1,202,808
Connecticut 865 6,798 60,600 68,263 160,151 25,600 29,957 33,713 27,043 646 6,934 - 5,632 357,939
Delaware 5/ 3,334 27 7,864 11,225 7,607 1,200 3,076 1,251 17,121 810 324 - - 42,614
Florida 115,016 145,420 859,964 1,120,400 500,072 - 223,764 183,366 346,683 91,095 119,173 86,635 149,871 2,821,059
Georgia 4/ 50,724 16,044 262,292 329,060 439,872 996 47,635 70,251 125,555 4,014 13,769 - - 1,031,152
Hawaii 4/ 8,648 4,003 65,696 78,347 36,854 - 14,865 14,203 18,636 10,018 15,537 - - 188,460
Idaho 4/ 9,448 7,845 71,071 88,364 120,660 10,326 - 26,500 - 923 3,257 - 2,413 252,443
Illinois 7,737 87,600 446,339 541,676 1,039,012 120,340 367 221,522 548,304 31,244 210,959 - 45,217 2,758,641
Indiana 4/ 11,764 12,316 157,165 181,245 666,669 17,282 914 49,395 48,383 9,825 7,614 - - 981,327
Iowa 10,242 50,188 296,899 357,329 397,777 22,169 9,543 44,516 - 36,519 103,763 - - 971,616
Kansas - 40,376 106,018 146,394 211,012 - 20,038 28,471 120,952 24,200 64,242 - 20,683 635,992
Kentucky - 13,338 134,859 148,197 25,792 68,034 25,163 18,195 - 477 489 - - 286,347
Louisiana 4/ 6,292 16,036 184,540 206,868 215,794 - 1,791 44,185 84,661 36,805 113,357 - - 703,461
Maine - 1,393 44,604 45,997 91,100 61,215 6,230 15,262 30,055 450 505 - - 250,814
Maryland 3,753 10,826 239,221 253,800 171,771 43,118 101,114 56,631 81,180 37,743 17,474 21,985 - 784,816
Massachusetts 3,836 14,170 138,861 156,867 213,824 119,956 55,354 118,330 172,454 9,175 22,182 8,930 - 877,072
Michigan - 65,060 657,831 722,891 477,642 139,766 94,110 82,065 78,829 17,803 44,682 - 31,237 1,689,025
Minnesota 4/ 23,456 87,099 953,195 1,063,750 544,177 69,372 - 126,490 229,780 61,265 143,491 - 22,218 2,260,543
Mississippi 7,373 5,727 49,741 62,841 261,520 - 14,641 1,345 29,911 17,413 24,625 2,935 13,707 428,938
Missouri 16,020 19,035 186,063 221,118 282,620 26,906 89,721 100,075 94,958 7,799 12,549 - 13,162 848,908
Montana 377 3,457 48,862 52,696 44,221 16,320 5,891 9,619 20,897 1,696 33,659 - 625 185,624
Nebraska 13,346 31,383 216,166 260,895 180,146 8,314 7,128 66,516 32,329 8,615 8,214 - 58,753 630,910
Nevada 4/ 8,517 7,188 173,693 189,398 20,977 - - 17,327 15,484 2,217 20,993 - - 266,396
New Hampshire 4/ 1,348 406 3,496 5,250 86,990 68,897 25,609 29,352 34,230 843 1,275 - 8,879 261,325
New Jersey 8,326 45,194 279,576 333,096 358,699 10,705 25,393 26,546 483,718 5,671 30,594 - - 1,274,422
New Mexico 1,813 9,902 98,497 110,212 56,146 327 23,813 28,489 88,995 10,773 31,827 8,767 - 359,349
New York - 155,390 2,020,421 2,175,811 1,298,978 333,795 215,724 499,730 165,621 236,253 397,176 - 17,511 5,340,599
North Carolina 5/ 15,853 23,783 241,296 280,932 138,327 3,248 28,968 39,807 141,880 26,993 45,973 - 10,424 716,552
North Dakota 4/ 1,278 3,193 59,787 64,258 56,836 9,421 711 1,704 5,261 2,508 12,388 - 12,501 165,588
Ohio 4/ 29,033 58,743 453,236 541,012 520,690 84,801 58,189 126,868 177,893 14,412 39,256 - 57,507 1,620,628
Oklahoma 7,314 6,155 99,718 113,187 173,712 777 21,606 78,212 17,636 18,132 17,831 - 8,309 449,402
Oregon 15,179 45,225 233,329 293,733 167,870 2,774 69,443 85,080 72,212 7,646 15,566 - - 714,324
Pennsylvania 4/ - 11,898 121,910 133,808 1,084,869 21,752 44 59,773 173,754 7,351 16,837 - 32,867 1,531,055
Rhode Island 4/ 5 1,053 11,691 12,749 32,786 4,499 11,463 14,785 27,157 1,764 1,274 - - 106,477
South Carolina 4/ 8,629 9,602 90,495 108,726 55,162 202 12,960 15,393 69,537 1,821 3,333 - 10,544 277,678
South Dakota 4/ 921 5,417 59,064 65,402 106,745 5,629 4,142 - 47,923 1,183 2,038 - 14,024 247,086
Tennessee 1,661 8,518 106,752 116,931 300,885 3,580 29 36,236 17,643 1,718 9,392 - 31,675 518,089
Texas - 100,559 1,201,756 1,302,315 1,374,408 - 60,823 235,187 628,519 376,095 603,777 297,542 322,273 5,200,939
Utah 3,194 9,383 80,993 93,570 72,962 14,047 8,832 14,028 63,968 2,276 - 1,133 - 270,816
Vermont 187 2,246 33,200 35,633 53,544 - 19,572 5,724 570 453 1,750 - 2,465 119,711
Virginia 5/ 11,586 14,236 85,688 111,510 402,918 15,037 49,176 85,838 264,344 48,030 105,741 55,846 39,685 1,178,125
Washington 48,256 133,353 565,612 747,221 364,449 12,761 61,732 198,130 130,686 20,968 48,758 - 25,073 1,609,778
West Virginia 4/ 5/ - 2,056 21,623 23,679 38,482 40,535 3,097 1,015 127,121 685 1,183 - 349 236,146
Wisconsin 4/ 28,540 63,725 483,158 575,423 472,184 120,093 45 106,685 408,249 58,036 234,041 - 87,136 2,061,892
Wyoming 4/ 384 2,562 38,372 41,318 29,066 1,753 8,053 3,699 14,531 13 9 - 4,928 103,370
Total 594,693 1,607,707 15,145,331 17,347,731 16,408,402 1,642,307 2,381,015 3,884,426 6,537,426 1,762,214 3,222,243 516,851 1,659,033 55,361,648

1/ Tables LGF-1 and LGF-2 summarize the receipts and disbursements for highways by local governments, including toll facilities. See Table LGF-21 for general note on local series. Local government reporting is on a biennial basis with even-numbered years optional. This table is compiled from the reports of State and local governments.

2/ Excludes retirements of short term debt (notes). See Table LGB-2 for additional information on local government debt for roads and streets.

3/ Engineering costs were estimated for some States.

4/ Estimated by FHWA.

5/ Although most local roads and streets are under State control, local governments may raise and expend money on these roads and streets. State expenditures on these roads and streets are included in State Highway Finance Table series.


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