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Highway Statistics 2007

Disposition of Local Government Receipts from State and Local Highway-User Revenues - 2006 1/ 2/

October 2008
Table LDF

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(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)

STATE STATE MOTOR-FUEL AND MOTOR-VEHICLE RECEIPTS TRANSFERRED TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 3/ LOCAL MOTOR-FUEL AND MOTOR-VEHICLE RECEIPTS LOCAL TOLL REVENUES
RECEIPTS AVAILABLE FOR DISTRIBUTION FOR HIGHWAY PURPOSES FOR MASS TRANSIT PURPOSES FOR LOCAL GENERAL PURPOSES RECEIPTS AVAILABLE FOR DISTRIBUTION FOR HIGHWAY PURPOSES FOR MASS TRANSIT PURPOSES FOR LOCAL GENERAL PURPOSES RECEIPTS AVAILABLE FOR DISTRIBUTION FOR HIGHWAY PURPOSES FOR MASS TRANSIT FOR LOCAL GENERAL PURPOSES
Alabama 4/ 104,669 104,450 - 219 39,841 39,841 - - - - - -
Alaska 4/ - - - - 20,127 20,127 - - - - - -
Arizona 4/ 443,480 443,480 - - - - - - - - - -
Arkansas 167,117 167,117 - - - - - - - - - -
California 4/ 3,398,271 1,126,306 - 2,271,965 - - - - 322,581 309,679 862 12,040
Colorado 4/ 212,092 212,092 - - - - - - 94,121 94,121 - -
Connecticut 4/ 33,552 33,552 - - 21,205 21,205 - - - - - -
Delaware 4/ - - - - - - - - - - - -
Florida 197,895 195,427 1,495 973 798,228 677,741 112,672 7,815 70,368 70,034 - 334
Georgia 4/ - - - - 9,470 9,470 - - - - - -
Hawaii 4/ 71,371 26,706 - 44,665 123,329 123,329 - - - - - -
Idaho 122,398 122,398 - - 4,186 4,186 - - - - - -
Illinois 4/ 671,930 671,930 - - 30,434 30,434 - - 352 352 - -
Indiana 4/ 685,339 685,339 - - 394,999 394,999 - - - - - -
Iowa 602,182 602,182 - - 121 121 - - - - - -
Kansas 4/ 144,685 144,685 - - 15,142 15,142 - - - - - -
Kentucky 4/ - - - - 18,483 18,483 - - - - - -
Louisiana 4/ 7,847 7,847 - - 250 250 - - - - - -
Maine 25,610 25,610 - - - - - - 2,831 2,831 - -
Maryland 4/ 444,397 444,397 - - - - - - - - - -
Massachusetts 4/ - - - - - - - - 64,737 64,737 - -
Michigan 4/ 33,000 33,000 - - - - - - 1,333 1,333 - -
Minnesota 542,412 542,412 - - - - - - - - - -
Mississippi 4/ 95,122 95,122 - - 7,469 7,469 - - - - - -
Missouri 4/ 223,367 223,367 - - - - - - - - - -
Montana 4/ 130,748 130,748 - - 30,331 30,331 - - - - - -
Nebraska 4/ 231,449 231,449 - - 19,610 19,610 - - 1,988 1,988 - -
Nevada 4/ 171,137 171,137 - - 98,916 98,916 - - - - - -
New Hampshire 4/ 28,819 28,819 - - 192,749 192,749 - - - - - -
New Jersey 4/ 75,823 75,823 - - - - - - 31,718 31,718 - -
New Mexico 129,750 115,630 - 14,120 - - - - - - - -
New York 4/ - - - - 108,244 108,244 - - 1,250,968 461,643 789,325 -
North Carolina 136,843 136,843 - - 14,336 14,336 - - - - - -
North Dakota 4/ 66,072 66,072 - - - - - - - - - -
Ohio 4/ 1,091,876 1,091,876 - - - - - - - - - -
Oklahoma - - - - - - - - - - - -
Oregon 7,257 7,257 - - 16,564 16,564 - - 4,212 4,212 - -
Pennsylvania 4/ 220,058 220,058 - - 40,991 40,991 - - 41 41 - -
Rhode Island 4/ 2,982 2,982 - - 43,638 6,000 - 37,638 - - - -
South Carolina 38,948 38,059 - 889 - - - - - - - -
South Dakota 4/ 4,020 1,034 - 2,986 7,303 7,303 - - - - - -
Tennessee 278,640 278,640 - - 32,833 32,710 - 123 - - - -
Texas 252,592 252,592 - - 190,396 190,396 - - 471,936 466,437 - 5,499
Utah 86,131 86,131 - - 16,086 16,086 - - - - - -
Vermont 4/ 25,111 25,111 - - - - - - - - - -
Virginia 4/ 352,930 352,930 - - 195,157 195,157 - - 34,049 33,592 - 457
Washington 546,297 546,297 - - 172 172 - - 3,532 3,532 - -
West Virginia 4/ 9,536 - - 9,536 - - - - 1,304 1,214 - 90
Wisconsin 4/ 416,261 416,261 - - 594 594 - - 89 89 - -
Wyoming 4/ 24,897 24,897 - - 19,220 19,220 - - - - - -
Total 12,554,913 10,208,065 1,495 2,345,353 2,510,424 2,352,176 112,672 45,576 2,356,160 1,547,553 790,187 18,420

1/ This table summarizes local governments' receipts from motor-fuel taxes, motor-vehicle fees, special imposts on motor carriers, and tolls. This table includes receipts from State imposts that are transferred to local governments for distribution. See Tables LGF-21 and LGF-3B for details. Local government reporting is on a biennial basis with even-numbered years optional. This table is compiled from reports of State and local governments.

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

3/ Differences between amounts shown here and in the Highway Statistics, 2007" Tables DF and SF-5A are caused by State delays in transferring revenues dedicated to local governments, and by local governments' reallocations of State funds.

4/ Estimated by FHWA.

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