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Highway Statistics 2007

Motor-Fuel Use - 2007 1/

July 2009
Table MF-21

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(THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)

STATE COMBINED GASOLINE AND GASOHOL SPECIAL FUEL SUMMARY OF TOTAL USE
HIGHWAY USE NONHIGHWAY USE TOTAL USE LOSSES ALLOWED FOR EVAPORATION, HANDLING, ETC. 2/ TOTAL CONSUMPTION PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY USE HIGHWAY NON-HIGHWAY (GASOLINE ONLY) TOTAL
PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL PUBLIC USE TOTAL PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL STATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL TOTAL AMOUNT PERCENT CHANGE FROM PRIOR YEAR
FEDERAL CIVILIAN STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL TOTAL
Alabama 2,535,108 2,671 35,547 38,218 2,573,326 78,040 1,853 79,893 2,653,219 1,006 2,654,225 882,000 3,455,326 2.8 79,893 3,535,219
Alaska 260,064 342 7,036 7,378 267,442 31,635 367 32,002 299,444 - 299,444 238,428 505,870 1.1 32,002 537,872
Arizona 2,780,602 2,995 35,384 38,379 2,818,981 69,056 1,845 70,901 2,889,882 - 2,889,882 885,407 3,704,388 0.5 70,901 3,775,289
Arkansas 1,351,427 1,438 24,938 26,376 1,377,803 66,210 1,300 67,510 1,445,313 14,657 1,459,970 673,731 2,051,534 2.3 67,510 2,119,044
California 15,182,211 16,717 203,236 219,953 15,402,164 285,034 10,596 295,630 15,697,794 - 15,697,794 3,181,111 18,583,275 (0.1) 295,630 18,878,905
Colorado 2,056,129 2,278 34,069 36,347 2,092,476 46,035 1,776 47,811 2,140,287 21,619 2,161,906 601,573 2,694,049 1.7 47,811 2,741,860
Connecticut 1,497,162 1,667 27,501 29,168 1,526,330 40,682 1,018 41,700 1,568,030 (670) 1,567,360 306,861 1,833,191 0.6 41,700 1,874,891
Delaware 428,079 446 5,526 5,972 434,051 27,841 273 28,114 462,165 3,146 465,311 71,608 505,659 0.4 28,114 533,773
Dist. of Col. 116,410 256 5,520 5,776 122,186 3,728 288 4,016 126,202 5 126,207 21,864 144,050 (3.0) 4,016 148,066
Florida 8,116,535 8,746 125,417 134,163 8,250,698 359,085 4,798 363,883 8,614,581 - 8,614,581 1,680,451 9,931,149 (2.3) 363,883 10,295,032
Georgia 4,820,890 5,154 57,045 62,199 4,883,089 106,322 2,974 109,296 4,992,385 - 4,992,385 1,515,560 6,398,649 0.1 109,296 6,507,945
Hawaii 443,942 494 9,548 10,042 453,984 14,932 498 15,430 469,414 4,737 474,151 54,841 508,825 (2.4) 15,430 524,255
Idaho 616,530 697 12,928 13,625 630,155 39,281 674 39,955 670,110 6,769 676,879 277,342 907,497 4.0 39,955 947,452
Illinois 4,905,807 5,322 88,429 93,751 4,999,558 115,358 4,610 119,968 5,119,526 (2,542) 5,116,984 1,558,708 6,558,266 0.2 119,968 6,678,234
Indiana 3,002,132 3,244 47,778 51,022 3,053,154 133,870 2,491 136,361 3,189,515 32,236 3,221,751 1,383,666 4,436,820 (0.6) 136,361 4,573,181
Iowa 1,487,241 1,604 29,341 30,945 1,518,186 139,518 1,530 141,048 1,659,234 - 1,659,234 653,815 2,172,001 0.8 141,048 2,313,049
Kansas 1,237,854 1,193 27,140 28,333 1,266,187 58,126 1,415 59,541 1,325,728 13,433 1,339,161 480,028 1,746,215 4.2 59,541 1,805,756
Kentucky 2,124,703 2,262 34,330 36,592 2,161,295 68,565 1,790 70,355 2,231,650 6 2,231,656 876,018 3,037,313 1.3 70,355 3,107,668
Louisiana 2,128,533 2,359 33,786 36,145 2,164,678 216,664 1,761 218,425 2,383,103 17,376 2,400,479 707,188 2,871,866 (13.3) 218,425 3,090,291
Maine 660,363 737 9,661 10,398 670,761 22,049 504 22,553 693,314 2,561 695,875 190,990 861,751 (2.8) 22,553 884,304
Maryland 2,629,108 2,814 27,062 29,876 2,658,984 73,039 1,411 74,450 2,733,434 97,576 2,831,010 576,988 3,235,972 1.0 74,450 3,310,422
Massachusetts 2,816,579 2,963 34,516 37,479 2,854,058 56,879 1,800 58,679 2,912,737 - 2,912,737 405,019 3,259,077 3.1 58,679 3,317,756
Michigan 4,537,838 5,031 64,707 69,738 4,607,576 170,212 3,374 173,586 4,781,162 - 4,781,162 908,978 5,516,554 (1.9) 173,586 5,690,140
Minnesota 2,470,759 2,728 43,129 45,857 2,516,616 146,084 2,249 148,333 2,664,949 26,927 2,691,876 677,757 3,194,373 (0.5) 148,333 3,342,706
Mississippi 1,596,445 1,670 25,561 27,231 1,623,676 49,539 1,333 50,872 1,674,548 16,915 1,691,463 626,360 2,250,036 1.5 50,872 2,300,908
Missouri 3,073,450 3,227 45,743 48,970 3,122,420 85,324 2,385 87,709 3,210,129 31,801 3,241,930 1,093,652 4,216,072 2.0 87,709 4,303,781
Montana 460,886 572 10,074 10,646 471,532 29,125 525 29,650 501,182 - 501,182 265,261 736,793 1.9 29,650 766,443
Nebraska 778,726 854 17,815 18,669 797,395 43,253 929 44,182 841,577 - 841,577 436,757 1,234,152 5.4 44,182 1,278,334
Nevada 1,135,418 1,252 13,557 14,809 1,150,227 26,478 707 27,185 1,177,412 - 1,177,412 387,773 1,538,000 0.3 27,185 1,565,185
New Hampshire 698,691 712 9,202 9,914 708,605 20,341 480 20,821 729,426 - 729,426 104,823 813,428 2.9 20,821 834,249
New Jersey 4,216,612 4,452 49,217 53,669 4,270,281 101,017 2,566 103,583 4,373,864 - 4,373,864 989,724 5,260,005 2.1 103,583 5,363,588
New Mexico 901,641 1,096 16,264 17,360 919,001 26,784 848 27,632 946,633 - 946,633 532,246 1,451,247 0.1 27,632 1,478,879
New York 5,453,896 6,064 101,769 107,833 5,561,729 170,454 5,306 175,760 5,737,489 1,962 5,739,451 1,431,990 6,993,719 0.4 175,760 7,169,479
North Carolina 4,186,874 4,359 105,004 109,363 4,296,237 146,247 2,863 149,110 4,445,347 44,954 4,490,301 1,113,940 5,410,177 1.1 149,110 5,559,287
North Dakota 320,293 384 8,086 8,470 328,763 28,852 422 29,274 358,037 938 358,975 182,784 511,547 5.0 29,274 540,821
Ohio 4,881,626 5,281 79,373 84,654 4,966,280 156,567 4,138 160,705 5,126,985 51,809 5,178,794 1,607,615 6,573,895 0.0 160,705 6,734,600
Oklahoma 1,752,838 1,916 32,025 33,941 1,786,779 82,487 1,670 84,157 1,870,936 9 1,870,945 841,118 2,627,897 5.6 84,157 2,712,054
Oregon 1,478,833 1,709 25,636 27,345 1,506,178 60,369 1,337 61,706 1,567,884 - 1,567,884 563,925 2,070,103 0.7 61,706 2,131,809
Pennsylvania 4,929,900 5,392 72,115 77,507 5,007,407 96,794 3,760 100,554 5,107,961 25,687 5,133,648 1,565,445 6,572,852 0.4 100,554 6,673,406
Rhode Island 380,661 401 8,008 8,409 389,070 12,234 418 12,652 401,722 4,911 406,633 62,590 451,660 (0.6) 12,652 464,312
South Carolina 2,420,819 2,516 27,758 30,274 2,451,093 77,849 1,447 79,296 2,530,389 - 2,530,389 729,583 3,180,676 0.2 79,296 3,259,972
South Dakota 388,784 458 9,439 9,897 398,681 28,902 492 29,394 428,075 4,331 432,406 211,545 610,226 6.3 29,394 639,620
Tennessee 2,981,292 3,268 43,737 47,005 3,028,297 106,596 2,280 108,876 3,137,173 31,689 3,168,862 1,062,419 4,090,716 1.0 108,876 4,199,592
Texas 11,567,774 11,884 151,384 163,268 11,731,042 274,337 7,892 282,229 12,013,271 31,689 12,044,960 4,313,359 16,044,401 3.1 282,229 16,326,630
Utah 1,020,723 1,099 20,022 21,121 1,041,844 33,947 1,044 34,991 1,076,835 11,011 1,087,846 492,839 1,534,683 4.9 34,991 1,569,674
Vermont 328,363 354 5,513 5,867 334,230 10,871 287 11,158 345,388 224 345,612 65,828 400,058 (0.0) 11,158 411,216
Virginia 3,944,977 4,103 50,296 54,399 3,999,376 84,918 2,622 87,540 4,086,916 - 4,086,916 1,131,864 5,131,240 2.5 87,540 5,218,780
Washington 2,596,652 2,934 36,804 39,738 2,636,390 83,916 1,919 85,835 2,722,225 12,678 2,734,903 712,423 3,348,813 1.3 85,835 3,434,648
West Virginia 795,968 876 16,006 16,882 812,850 20,523 834 21,357 834,207 - 834,207 294,671 1,107,521 (0.3) 21,357 1,128,878
Wisconsin 2,412,949 2,566 43,658 46,224 2,459,173 105,205 2,276 107,481 2,566,654 25,926 2,592,580 762,358 3,221,531 2.4 107,481 3,329,012
Wyoming 308,510 366 6,391 6,757 315,267 46,213 333 46,546 361,813 3,501 365,314 392,283 707,550 6.6 46,546 754,096
Total 133,219,607 143,923 2,054,031 2,197,954 135,417,561 4,377,387 102,308 4,479,695 139,897,256 538,877 140,436,133 40,785,107 176,202,668 0.7 4,479,695 180,682,363
Percentage of Total Use 73.7 0.1 1.1 1.2 74.9 2.4 0.1 2.5 77.4 0.3 77.7 22.6 97.5 0.0 2.5 100.0

1/ This table is one of a series giving an analysis of motor-fuel consumption, based on reports from State motor-fuel tax agencies. Gasohol is included with gasoline. In order to make the data uniform and complete, public use and nonhighway use were estimated by the Federal Highway Administration. These estimates may not be comparable to data for prior years due to revised estimation procedures. The resulting volumes differ in many cases from the unadjusted data reported in table MF-2. For some States, data are not comparable to prior years due to changes in data analysis and/or improvements in reporting procedures. All data are subject to review and revision.

2/ Some States make a flat percentage allowance for losses in storage and handling, and others allow for actual losses not to exceed a specified percentage. Still others permit distributors to claim stock losses in reconciliations of inventories, thus exempting the lost volume from taxation. Losses by destruction, where reported separately, are also included in this column. The maximum allowance used in the analysis to cover losses in storage and handling was one percent. Because of accounting methods, losses can be reported as a net gain.

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