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Disposition Of Local Government Receipts From State And Local Highway-User Revenues - 2009 1/ 2/

June 2012
Table LDF

(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 PURPOSES FOR LOCAL GENERAL PURPOSES
Alabama 281,432 281,432 - - 131,472 131,472 149 (149) - - - -
Alaska 1,774 1,774 - - 3,922 3,922 - - - - - -
Arizona 695,849 695,849 - - - - - - - - - -
Arkansas 5,526 5,526 - - - - - - - - - -
California 8,563,525 8,097,049 466,476 - - - - - 332,077 290,572 38,481 3,024
Colorado 230,297 230,297 - - - - - - 93,913 93,913 - -
Connecticut 32,117 32,117 - - 480,468 480,468 - - - - - -
Delaware - - - - - - - - - - - -
Florida 389,090 389,090 - - 774,435 639,229 131,695 3,511 68,291 68,007 - 284
Georgia 1,669 1,669 - - - - - - - - - -
Hawaii 37,297 37,297 - - 162,839 161,256 1,583 - - - - -
Idaho 157,717 157,717 - - 6,967 6,967 - - - - - -
Illinois 4/ 572,420 572,420 - - 34,234 34,234 - - 313 313 - -
Indiana 1,544 1,544 - - 43,430 43,430 - - - - - -
Iowa 4/ 661,339 661,339 - - 118 118 - - - - - -
Kansas 145,866 145,866 - - 23,918 23,918 - - - - - -
Kentucky 2,439 2,439 - - 15,835 15,835 - - - - - -
Louisiana 3,004 3,004 - - - - - - - - - -
Maine 24,807 24,807 - - 197,270 197,270 - - 3,368 3,368 - -
Maryland 465,079 465,079 - - - - - - - - - -
Massachusetts 60,792 60,792 - - - - - - 71,033 71,033 - -
Michigan 37,111 37,111 - - - - - - 1,551 1,551 - -
Minnesota 702,518 702,518 - - - - - - - - - -
Mississippi 100,906 100,906 - - 6,100 6,100 - - - - - -
Missouri 248,175 248,175 - - - - - - - - - -
Montana 42,787 40,272 - 2,515 11,749 (8,635) 767 19,617 - - - -
Nebraska 234,891 234,891 - - 15,130 15,130 - - 1,747 1,747 - -
Nevada 4/ 5,409 5,409 - - 97,209 97,209 - - - - - -
New Hampshire 31,137 31,137 - - 118,688 118,688 - - - - - -
New Jersey 151,726 151,726 - - - - - - 33,665 33,665 - -
New Mexico 161,948 161,948 - - - - - - - - - -
New York 396,264 396,264 - - 18,866 18,866 - - 1,322,188 560,082 762,052 54
North Carolina 147,069 147,069 - - 18,874 18,874 - - - - - -
North Dakota 74,592 74,592 - - - - - - - - - -
Ohio 1,097,774 1,097,774 - - - - - - - - - -
Oklahoma 4/ 41,931 41,931 - - - - - - - - - -
Oregon 29,634 29,634 - - 16,714 16,714 - - 4,543 4,543 - -
Pennsylvania 4/ 266,148 266,148 - - 46,109 46,109 - - 161 161 - -
Rhode Island 4/ - - - - - - - - - - - -
South Carolina 4/ 2,266 2,266 - - - - - - - - - -
South Dakota 4/ 2,697 2,697 - - 8,215 8,215 - - - - - -
Tennessee 280,137 280,137 - - 22,660 22,660 - - - - - -
Texas 4/ 463,221 463,221 - - 195,999 195,999 - - 559,778 439,570 - 120,208
Utah 61,566 61,566 - - 11,235 11,235 - - - - - -
Vermont 24,551 24,551 - - - - - - - - - -
Virginia 355,134 355,134 - - 135,866 87,835 48,031 - 40,548 40,200 - 348
Washington 480,759 480,759 - - 2,295 2,295 - - 4,191 4,191 - -
West Virginia 4/ 10,683 10,683 - - - - - - - - - -
Wisconsin 417,105 417,105 - - 6,462 6,462 - - 132 132 - -
Wyoming 4/ 4,538 4,538 - - - - - - - - - -
Total 18,206,260 17,737,269 466,476 2,515 2,607,079 2,401,875 182,225 22,979 2,537,499 1,613,048 800,533 123,918

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.