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Highway Statistics 2008

Local Government Disbursements For Highways - 2007 1/ 2/

October 2009
Table LGF - 2

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(Thousands of Dollars)

STATE CAPITAL OUTLAY MAINTENANCE TRAFFIC SERVICES ADMINISTRATION AND MISCELLANEOUS HIGHWAY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SAFETY INTEREST BOND RETIREMENT 3/ TRANSFERS TO STATE GOVERNMENTS TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS
ACQUISITION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY PRELIMINARYAND CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING 4/ ROAD & STREET CONSTRUCTION AND SYSTEM PRESERVATION TOTAL SNOW REMOVAL OTHER CURRENT REVENUES OR SINKING FUNDS REFUNDING BONDS
Alabama 17,548 12,089 83,927 113,564 291,573 10 70,629 57,026 189,757 26,968 9,158 420 26,903 786,008
Alaska 2,402 18,356 60,064 80,822 30,707 35,777 4,811 5,511 11,269 17,557 30,631 25,870 - 242,955
Arizona 29,318 74,792 630,557 734,667 303,264 4,571 87,823 158,780 103,043 58,543 79,784 112,135 772 1,643,382
Arkansas 5/ 88 7,138 41,488 48,714 216,710 - - 65,979 76,783 3,350 5,173 - 14,230 430,939
California 2,020,992 592,953 2,546,548 5,160,493 1,985,050 603,860 532,628 597,776 1,074 398,115 113,841 - 1,207,378 10,600,215
Colorado 11,908 43,154 51,853 106,915 326,351 80,704 155,892 138,920 154,618 50,258 150,981 442,173 47,614 1,654,426
Connecticut 5,871 14,669 76,110 96,650 79,359 20,992 54,884 29,356 27,295 357 366 - 30,606 339,865
Delaware 6/ 5,653 1,013 9,559 16,225 13,161 511 7,376 1,418 17,016 983 97 - - 56,787
Florida 349,152 276,090 1,774,498 2,399,740 801,686 - 329,676 267,826 544,017 142,969 123,125 25,338 210,574 4,844,951
Georgia 11,890 40,614 283,723 336,227 231,251 11 42,413 115,794 186,945 4,659 22,914 - 38,511 978,725
Hawaii 229 6,959 60,523 67,711 49,548 - 16,996 45,218 19,400 27,077 81,309 - - 307,259
Idaho 12,194 9,328 82,835 104,357 146,324 8,993 - 35,615 - 820 1,306 - 9,690 307,105
Illinois 5/ 12,849 85,168 278,938 376,955 950,629 141,499 432 285,558 499,556 28,150 123,639 - 62,327 2,468,745
Indiana 5/ 13,238 14,824 204,185 232,247 856,928 19,290 1,059 58,330 61,642 14,699 8,804 - 45,863 1,298,862
Iowa 8,109 61,799 337,206 407,114 417,701 39,145 24,674 45,885 - 41,594 121,268 - - 1,097,381
Kansas - 80,605 98,913 179,518 191,769 - 23,407 41,611 129,984 28,403 71,437 - 41,512 707,641
Kentucky - 16,500 168,435 184,935 31,800 27,700 78,787 21,900 - 383 394 - - 345,899
Louisiana 645 21,578 61,488 83,711 253,301 - 45 71,310 114,593 46,058 9,613 - - 578,631
Maine 5/ - 1,694 15,829 17,523 102,682 59,076 6,851 22,577 32,108 374 443 - - 241,634
Maryland 1,703 8,745 291,019 301,467 146,238 25,927 66,021 65,979 108,209 39,409 54,144 - - 807,394
Massachusetts 810 17,819 261,145 279,774 259,379 80,948 73,624 140,368 200,550 13,619 36,342 - - 1,084,604
Michigan - 50,763 456,863 507,626 732,098 158,639 143,877 84,774 - 14,783 148,578 - 22,731 1,813,106
Minnesota 64,051 100,737 1,239,809 1,404,597 479,842 99,499 173,907 128,917 212,884 62,705 28,294 3,538 86,774 2,680,957
Mississippi 4,320 4,803 54,931 64,054 268,800 - 15,731 3,482 27,274 20,221 28,254 2,573 49,448 479,837
Missouri 32,747 32,701 335,041 400,489 258,489 17,794 56,239 98,786 191,614 7,148 14,728 - 16,351 1,061,638
Montana 5,571 4,388 54,406 64,365 103,880 19,750 15,449 20,223 52,778 2,555 13,936 - 2,961 295,897
Nebraska 3,396 12,969 106,961 123,326 132,369 4,839 24,244 100,181 3,353 8,479 8,923 - 642,219 1,047,933
Nevada 5/ - 17,405 156,642 174,047 228,841 15,324 29,620 4,786 138,025 25,402 215,201 - - 831,246
New Hampshire 1,573 446 4,020 6,039 91,154 72,924 27,239 30,381 35,801 690 690 - 10,640 275,558
New Jersey 10,125 54,961 338,565 403,651 434,879 13,018 38,219 26,611 586,590 4,057 56,353 - - 1,563,378
New Mexico 5/ 7,694 10,704 188,408 206,806 60,695 1,071 39,741 27,604 130,862 8,674 25,594 2,777 - 503,824
New York 566 200 2,128,696 2,129,462 1,703,232 373,281 294,352 567,084 182,013 333,147 509,063 - 28,325 6,119,959
North Carolina 6/ 12,680 25,060 169,461 207,201 154,154 1,574 29,010 42,920 157,087 34,581 52,457 - 35,082 714,066
North Dakota 5/ 1,452 3,806 76,124 81,382 69,680 10,909 832 2,150 6,635 2,473 14,773 - 17,646 206,480
Ohio 36,546 73,768 566,459 676,773 689,773 118,317 75,835 160,162 251,193 22,103 49,239 - 77,086 2,120,481
Oklahoma 3,571 7,177 98,652 109,400 101,578 729 11,002 34,559 31,597 22,713 21,516 - 36,842 369,936
Oregon 49,732 62,639 372,263 484,634 223,449 5,910 64,610 129,711 85,154 13,695 29,203 - 16,469 1,052,835
Pennsylvania 5/ - 13,520 148,143 161,663 1,369,233 25,202 30 68,560 213,191 5,494 19,511 - 20,430 1,883,314
Rhode Island 5/ - 2,966 34,561 37,527 29,169 18,732 27,802 10,477 15,579 2,137 3,083 - - 144,506
South Carolina 5/ 6,875 13,809 164,815 185,499 76,111 649 18,554 24,061 60,681 5,382 7,107 - 10,877 388,921
South Dakota 5/ 1,067 6,276 74,521 81,864 130,950 6,836 4,845 - 57,146 959 2,251 - 10,644 295,495
Tennessee 4,360 8,581 95,340 108,281 297,598 5,427 - 48,916 16,898 1,519 10,497 - 32,562 521,698
Texas 100,000 134,764 1,444,269 1,679,033 1,471,457 - 157,018 348,139 751,758 581,445 741,802 35,114 207,351 5,973,117
Utah 5/ 6,137 18,028 155,619 179,784 146,669 22,948 14,372 19,934 91,086 9,033 9,614 - 23,525 516,965
Vermont 170 2,489 37,806 40,465 61,070 20,874 - 6,443 700 418 2,823 - 4,852 137,645
Virginia 9,064 42,201 217,359 268,624 528,858 7,094 22,975 74,634 455,906 63,137 306,326 334 69,779 1,797,667
Washington 57,559 165,934 729,404 952,897 431,141 26,484 74,171 264,770 153,927 23,761 58,770 - 62,991 2,048,912
West Virginia 5/ 6/ - 2,337 26,806 29,143 47,216 46,273 4,728 3,551 153,044 280 1,410 - 511 286,156
Wisconsin 22,976 55,122 628,376 706,474 668,473 149,137 66 98,009 415,964 97,138 240,619 - 100,894 2,476,774
Wyoming 1,041 10,704 63,888 75,633 30,969 4,596 - 2,189 54,385 23 33 - - 167,828
Total 2,947,872 2,345,145 17,587,051 22,880,068 18,707,238 2,396,844 2,942,496 4,704,751 7,010,984 2,318,497 3,665,417 650,272 3,322,970 68,599,537

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

4/ Engineering costs were estimated for some States.

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.

Updated: 01/03/2012

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