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Highway Statistics 2009

Disposition of Local Government Receipts from State and Local Highway-User Revenues - 2008 1/ 2/

October 2010
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 215,958 215,958 - - 135,720 116,350 76 19,294 - - - -
Alaska 4/ 932 932 - - 20,647 2,761 - 17,886 - - - -
Arizona 4/ 706,825 706,825 - - - - - - - - - -
Arkansas - - - - - - - - - - - -
California 4,290,174 3,823,698 466,476 - - - - - 345,158 291,308 53,850 -
Colorado 4/ 208,157 208,157 - - - - - - 93,955 93,955 - -
Connecticut 4/ 34,606 34,606 - - 48,951 48,951 - - - - - -
Delaware 4/ - - - - - - - - - - - -
Florida 403,994 403,994 - - 778,997 646,936 128,494 3,567 70,765 70,521 - 244
Georgia 4/ - - - - 10,251 10,251 - - - - - -
Hawaii 21,546 21,546 - - 165,439 164,626 813 - - - - -
Idaho 128,853 128,853 - - 6,967 6,967 - - - - - -
Illinois 4/ 606,748 606,748 - - 32,918 32,918 - - 190 190 - -
Indiana 4/ 1,544 1,544 - - 427,231 427,231 - - - - - -
Iowa 627,342 627,342 - - 113 113 - - - - - -
Kansas 4/ 156,743 156,743 - - 27,465 27,465 - - - - - -
Kentucky 4/ - - - - 15,226 15,226 - - - - - -
Louisiana 4/ 1,954 1,954 - - - - - - - - - -
Maine 4/ 25,828 25,828 - - - - - - 843 843 - -
Maryland 4/ 529,444 529,444 - - - - - - - - - -
Massachusetts 4/ 193,514 193,514 - - - - - - 72,198 72,198 - -
Michigan 4/ 33,000 33,000 - - - - - - 1,473 1,473 - -
Minnesota 683,089 683,089 - - - - - - - - - -
Mississippi 4/ 100,454 100,454 - - 6,433 6,433 - - - - - -
Missouri 4/ 264,765 264,765 - - - - - - - - - -
Montana 4/ 18,809 18,809 - - 38,369 38,369 - - - - - -
Nebraska 4/ 250,562 250,562 - - 18,790 18,790 - - 2,014 1,910 - 104
Nevada 4/ - - - - 102,843 102,843 - - - - - -
New Hampshire 4/ 29,584 29,584 - - 196,281 196,281 - - - - - -
New Jersey 4/ 21,938 21,938 - - - - - - 30,586 30,586 - -
New Mexico 63,062 63,062 - - - - - - - - - -
New York 4/ 429,303 429,303 - - 127,023 127,023 - - 1,280,380 519,441 760,939 -
North Carolina 158,096 158,096 - - 17,544 17,544 - - - - - -
North Dakota 4/ 77,795 77,795 - - - - - - - - - -
Ohio 4/ 1,116,275 1,116,275 - - - - - - - - - -
Oklahoma - - - - - - - - - - - -
Oregon 8,696 8,696 - - 14,561 14,561 - - 4,574 4,574 - -
Pennsylvania 4/ 258,894 258,894 - - 44,336 44,336 - - 115 115 - -
Rhode Island - - - - - - - - - - - -
South Carolina - - - - - - - - - - - -
South Dakota 4/ 1,633 1,633 - - 7,899 7,899 - - - - - -
Tennessee 4/ 414,383 414,383 - - 18,748 18,748 - - - - - -
Texas 476,692 476,692 - - 195,240 195,240 - - 557,537 473,817 - 83,720
Utah 195,393 195,393 - - 9,759 9,759 - - - - - -
Vermont 4/ 25,111 25,111 - - - - - - - - - -
Virginia 348,949 348,949 - - 192,266 131,775 60,491 - 34,592 33,719 - 873
Washington 860,316 860,316 - - 181 181 - - 1,306 1,306 - -
West Virginia 4/ - - - - - - - - 1,343 1,343 - -
Wisconsin 4/ 434,713 434,713 - - 303 303 - - 73 73 - -
Wyoming 4/ - - - - - - - - - - - -
Total 14,425,674 13,959,198 466,476 - 2,660,501 2,429,880 189,874 40,747 2,497,102 1,597,372 814,789 84,941

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, 2008" for 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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