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REVENUES USED BY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR HIGHWAYS - 2005 1/ 2/

OCTOBER 2007(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)Table LGF-1
STATEMOTOR-FUEL AND MOTOR- VEHICLE TAX REVENUES 4/ROAD AND CROSSING TOLLS 4/APPROPRI- ATIONS FROM GENERAL FUNDSPROPERTY TAXES AND SPECIAL   ASSESS-MENTSOTHER LOCAL IMPOSTSMISCEL- LANEOUSBOND PROCEEDS 3/PAYMENTS FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTSTOTAL RECEIPTS
ORIGINAL ISSUESREFUNDING ISSUESSTATEFEDERAL
HIGHWAY- USER IMPOSTS 4/OTHERFHWAOTHER
Alabama 38,993 - 959,319 174,887 6,753 52,478 37,089 - 2,152 30,028 - 25,219 1,326,918
Alaska 2,142 - 56,435 93,241 7,922 2,058 39,905 53,303 - 3,293 - 3,855 262,154
Arizona - - 226,011 10,863 148,267 113,890 32,757 55,702 193,378 590,952 44,560 6,210 1,422,590
Arkansas 5/ - - 35,532 61,355 80,222 45,140 14,491 - 158,975 2,398 - 1,690 399,803
California - 279,085 2,517,783 262,491 119,262 1,593,982 70,361 10,121 1,886,170 772,386 - 40,196 7,551,837
Colorado - 81,494 224,618 133,904 311,744 248,884 106,749 1,278 224,303 - - 29,465 1,362,439
Connecticut 16,321 - 220,880 - - 10,565 - - 23,667 - - - 271,433
Delaware 6/ - - 33,238 2,210 599 1,217 1,899 - - 16,991 - 465 56,619
 N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Florida 655,864 69,973 489,831 254,122 1,036,462 227,071 276,687 87,260 411,223 240,639 - 111,160 3,860,292
Georgia 9,105 - 506,316 100,667 234,976 77,526 7,937 - - 5,301 - 11,208 953,036
Hawaii 116,425 - 13,215 - 30,328 21,995 108,234 140,576 - 909 26,529 1,048 459,259
Idaho 4,123 - 10,768 69,407 15,523 35,219 24 - 84,172 11,655 36,994 15,968 283,853
Illinois 28,985 360 - 800,351 427,280 187,795 300,471 - 671,325 637,273 - 13,297 3,067,137
Indiana 5/ 376,190 - 271,462 - - - 23,813 - 685,339 - - 64 1,356,868
Iowa 92 - 16,348 274,652 55,745 30,329 155,519 - 416,228 151,256 49,793 17,201 1,167,163
Kansas 14,560 - 265,589 112,128 124 22,350 85,031 - 145,627 10,064 - - 655,473
Kentucky 17,772 - 95,271 - - 29,328 - - 140,750 61,871 - 324 345,316
Louisiana 5/ 240 - 237,546 116,220 235,064 31,033 170,474 - - 350 - - 790,927
Maine 5/ - 2,790 121,779 130,397 - 1,887 350 - 22,926 389 - 249 280,767
Maryland - - 240,378 24,092 17,698 33,462 105,720 20,672 345,674 89,122 38,791 3,621 919,230
Massachusetts - 59,272 - 731,499 3,765 22,419 63,125 - 36,627 89,451 8,596 13,492 1,028,246
Michigan - 1,282 1,416,357 37,774 36 141,850 35,888 - 33,000 1,158 - - 1,667,345
Minnesota - - 767,082 347,467 3,584 27,989 392,806 25,735 679,651 110,764 - 5,112 2,360,190
Mississippi 7,417 - 68,454 109,436 64,163 9,349 70,740 245 108,057 39,993 - 10,347 488,201
Missouri - - 215,838 190,130 376,260 108,696 17,760 - 268,593 - - 3,490 1,180,767
Montana 28,615 - 7,903 61,935 5,438 5,239 4,260 - 69,959 10,858 - 12,089 206,296
Nebraska 18,856 1,743 242,782 205,752 9,746 23,280 6,489 - 110,220 66,398 - 11 685,277
Nevada 6/ 95,112 - - - 162,597 1,515 270,000 - 74,498 - - 4,281 608,003
New Hampshire 183,770 - - 50,620 - - - - 26,838 - - 237 261,465
New Jersey - 31,311 1,145,843 - - 3,217 14,238 - 149,095 - 49,699 - 1,393,403
New Mexico - - 121,395 45,531 67,222 15,401 52,953 3,122 64,380 28,905 - 18,224 417,133
New York 101,187 378,110 1,633,597 836,792 206,204 382,091 1,535,455 - 272,766 271,232 - 126,321 5,743,755
North Carolina 6/ 13,343 - 433,948 4,057 11,219 33,713 30,118 - 134,315 1,881 - 1,935 664,529
North Dakota 5/ - - 34,133 75,792 2,143 3,816 13,615 - 61,781 - - 82 191,362
Ohio - - 395,090 187,404 256,247 33,280 79,260 - 1,005,317 66,157 - 43 2,022,798
Oklahoma - - 89,970 13,912 69,757 6,739 47,913 42,770 131,086 62,867 - 4,451 469,465
Oregon 16,379 4,007 263,665 27,521 21,331 77,599 21,372 - 113,052 225,861 - 114,053 884,840
Pennsylvania 5/ 39,039 33 670,158 355,617 - 408,122 9,935 - 206,852 - - 7,358 1,697,114
Rhode Island 5/ 7,743 - 68,632 13,547 988 2,469 2,600 - - - - - 95,979
South Carolina - - 205,369 26,027 41,348 - 11,000 - 38,896 28,689 - 1,332 352,661
South Dakota 5/ 7,022 - 231,750 26,863 - 1,286 2,058 - 1,893 - - 1,856 272,728
Tennessee 30,591 - 134,691 6,396 800 - 221 - 289,610 1,999 - 4,131 468,439
Texas 177,222 413,248 1,300,209 1,058,894 106,051 703,767 901,491 549,300 452,821 21,155 - 111,998 5,796,156
Utah 18,054 - 130,771 - 6,682 11,478 80,625 1,735 114,740 18,054 - 80,880 463,019
Vermont - - 15,222 83,770 - - 1,066 - 25,111 - - 2,012 127,181
Virginia 5/ 149,635 33,131 515,860 37,000 22,779 63,742 102,808 29,639 283,086 74,336 - 5,318 1,317,334
Washington 172 2,643 95,023 511,134 197,936 148,193 143,380 - 374,128 58,868 188,850 57,495 1,777,822
West Virginia 5/ 6/ - 1,222 174,736 50,054 126 14,193 - - - 20,700 - - 261,031
Wisconsin 571 90 1,423,099 442,272 18,289 50,414 168,407 - 389,957 99,477 - 915 2,593,491
Wyoming 5/ 18,601 - 75,296 529 25,755 1,367 25 - 2,730 - - - 124,303
Total 2,194,141 1,359,794 18,419,192 8,158,712 4,408,435 5,067,433 5,617,119 1,021,458 10,930,968 3,923,680 443,812 868,703 62,413,447

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/ D. C. is excluded as there are no local jurisdictions within the District of Columbia.

3/ Excludes proceeds from the sale of short term issues (notes). See Table LGB-2 for additional information on local government debt for roads and streets.

4/ See Table LDF for gross receipts and distributions of highway-user revenues, including local toll receipts.

5/ Estimated by FHWA.

6/ 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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