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Local Government Disbursements for Highways – 2009 1/ 2/

February 2012
Table LGF-2

(Thousands of Dollars)

STATE CAPITAL OUTLAY MAINTENANCE TRAFFIC SERVICES ADMINIS- TRATION AND MISCEL- LANEOUS HIGHWAY LAW ENFORCE- MENT AND SAFETY INTEREST BOND RETIREMENT 2/ TRANSFERS TO STATE GOVERN- MENTS TOTAL DISBURSE- MENTS
ACQUISITION OF RIGHT- OF-WAY PRELIMINARY AND CON- STRUCTION ENGINEERING 3/ ROAD & STREET CONSTRUCTION AND SYSTEM PRESERVATION TOTAL SNOW REMOVAL OTHER CURRENT REVENUES OR SINKING FUNDS REFUNDING BONDS
Alabama 12,013 16,858 110,570 139,441 304,718 216 73,444 65,487 215,094 36,338 (65,121) 101,482 3,460 874,559
Alaska 2,158 12,999 67,594 82,751 46,406 34,399 10,547 7,707 31,878 10,114 1,398 - - 225,200
Arizona 89,481 87,123 470,341 646,945 293,564 3,488 106,156 137,837 114,826 56,424 120,851 10,130 10,587 1,500,808
Arkansas - 4,816 61,138 65,954 218,085 - - 51,577 127,567 5,033 19,764 - 14,074 502,054
California 2,079,480 1,778,184 3,468,442 7,326,106 2,746,034 8,454 1,583,005 563,371 1,623,278 520,446 85,297 - 1,545,518 16,001,509
Colorado 24,592 43,268 48,010 115,870 395,764 62,656 158,641 112,325 153,478 52,365 133,334 19,365 34,668 1,238,466
Connecticut 7,676 29,172 211,325 248,173 151,596 28,204 61,368 38,970 34,487 319 399 - 24,376 587,892
Delaware - 1,880 4,496 6,376 12,528 404 8,417 1,422 20,196 2,051 26,364 - - 77,758
Florida 303,388 339,207 1,266,015 1,908,610 806,779 - 334,203 275,525 594,537 156,346 160,725 23,486 257,663 4,517,874
Georgia 60,155 67,652 394,624 522,431 303,005 64 56,340 203,830 167,249 9,375 58,481 - 35,043 1,355,818
Hawaii 184 12,498 81,926 94,608 66,892 - 21,580 50,000 23,000 29,256 83,363 - - 368,699
Idaho 5,323 9,215 82,849 97,387 147,592 13,790 - 36,266 - 876 346 - 6,248 302,505
Illinois 5/ 13,480 92,118 325,353 430,951 1,108,885 153,046 635 308,938 540,320 30,793 133,728 - 829 2,708,125
Indiana 778 - 270,971 271,749 347,461 - 42,461 214,354 - 13,000 414,821 - 32,503 1,336,349
Iowa 5/ 9,089 63,916 315,552 388,557 452,380 64,706 34,066 58,213 - 45,868 164,320 - - 1,208,110
Kansas - 141,243 149,760 291,003 197,127 - 31,292 90,262 268,067 29,584 90,202 - 48,780 1,046,317
Kentucky - 17,847 171,825 189,672 32,402 25,963 89,547 22,264 - 375 387 - - 360,610
Louisiana 635 32,394 98,190 131,219 261,261 - 241 90,920 165,922 43,365 12,174 - - 705,102
Maine - 2,000 48,259 50,259 217,249 73,000 12,597 33,238 37,000 323 360 - - 424,026
Maryland 2,241 9,652 341,093 352,986 244,907 18,052 40,115 64,146 110,784 45,689 44,509 - - 921,188
Massachusetts 2,966 17,368 284,695 305,029 284,352 221,757 83,047 160,592 190,093 15,018 51,963 - - 1,311,851
Michigan - 53,325 405,816 459,141 799,278 196,034 143,808 82,199 - 16,335 24,600 - 17,096 1,738,491
Minnesota 55,673 110,437 1,106,495 1,272,605 530,177 109,720 133,779 123,742 233,755 65,931 50,195 1,107 204,630 2,725,641
Mississippi 3,017 4,985 55,536 63,538 266,156 - 16,214 1,996 26,310 19,701 97,284 - 104,405 595,604
Missouri 16,689 30,823 302,360 349,872 277,156 23,544 104,066 87,765 159,005 7,976 38,835 - 53,965 1,102,184
Montana 1,472 6,737 93,561 101,770 116,987 23,542 28,450 30,567 66,457 6,244 13,836 - 2,559 390,412
Nebraska 4,609 15,040 180,065 199,714 123,656 3,588 12,051 104,121 - 7,626 8,411 - 474,428 933,595
Nevada 5/ 93,333 49,994 177,847 321,174 - - - - - 24,135 227,247 - - 572,556
New Hampshire - 69,222 - 69,222 59,964 38,377 14,842 65,631 82,427 898 22,433 - 5,889 359,683
New Jersey 9,568 51,936 319,935 381,439 417,062 12,302 37,594 27,718 554,691 6,326 12,831 - - 1,449,963
New Mexico 2,959 13,104 193,831 209,894 87,984 319 41,581 32,735 112,574 6,423 30,127 1,080 - 522,717
New York - 642 1,696,143 1,696,785 1,114,422 381,110 327,044 467,877 16,195 351,836 582,366 247,900 38,051 5,223,586
North Carolina 17,768 31,760 168,403 217,931 156,734 2,783 36,834 45,210 177,750 34,636 71,542 - 33,611 777,031
North Dakota 1,497 8,844 99,372 109,713 102,958 18,723 31,765 17,365 3,392 13,109 53,566 - 28,678 379,269
Ohio 37,833 76,367 586,417 700,617 714,076 122,486 78,507 165,805 260,043 33,773 100,435 - 99,985 2,275,727
Oklahoma 5/ 3,248 10,713 73,350 87,311 114,825 1,513 37,699 50,656 47,794 21,034 28,163 - 29,343 418,338
Oregon 19,253 39,519 202,437 261,209 239,665 11,957 63,073 123,234 116,746 9,713 44,638 - 5,015 875,250
Pennsylvania 5/ - 14,623 160,231 174,854 1,480,962 27,258 211 74,247 230,587 2,066 21,104 - 30,364 2,041,653
Rhode Island 5/ - 5,449 56,172 61,621 9,339 4,158 5,680 2,010 10,112 1,995 1,525 - - 96,440
South Carolina 5/ 4,376 4,991 142,956 152,323 52,146 2,061 15,059 31,187 52,106 10,504 7,877 - 34,720 357,983
South Dakota 5/ 1,154 6,788 80,601 88,543 141,635 7,394 5,241 - 61,809 1,037 2,435 - 11,414 319,508
Tennessee 6,382 8,886 98,728 113,996 201,290 5,539 - 81,167 45,097 2,257 18,538 - - 467,884
Texas 5/ - 450,000 2,333,420 2,783,420 1,501,835 - 166,660 261,360 796,129 782,599 326,972 401,690 154,993 7,175,658
Utah 5,518 16,192 - 21,710 163,495 25,587 16,019 24,567 55,871 8,565 8,634 - 96,701 421,149
Vermont 71 2,832 2,302 5,205 58,175 23,007 - 6,210 678 563 5,246 - 1,104 100,188
Virginia 73,454 34,507 175,679 283,640 591,417 7,914 36,199 82,976 668,067 57,256 73,621 38,038 80,772 1,919,900
Washington 147,229 169,484 790,638 1,107,351 500,954 29,228 81,828 313,241 218,553 32,615 70,761 - 39,595 2,394,126
West Virginia 5/ - 2,527 29,456 31,983 51,069 50,049 5,094 3,557 165,533 270 1,564 - 439 309,558
Wisconsin 23,950 57,187 652,187 733,324 698,667 155,779 91 121,940 446,611 104,450 504,962 - 96,881 2,862,705
Wyoming 5/ 1,104 10,351 69,101 80,556 33,496 4,868 - 2,367 58,033 14 36 - - 179,370
Total 3,143,796 4,136,675 18,526,067 25,806,538 19,244,567 1,997,039 4,187,091 5,018,694 9,084,101 2,732,845 3,987,449 844,278 3,658,387 76,560,989

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

3/ Engineering costs were estimated for some States.

4/ 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.

5/ Estimated by FHWA.