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Disposition Of Local Government Receipts From State And Local Highway-User Revenues - 2010 1/ 2/

October 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 194,828 194,828 - - 91,134 91,134 - - - - - -
Alaska 3/ 16,028 16,028 - - 4,079 4,079 - - - - - -
Arizona 699,435 699,435 - - - - - - - - - -
Arkansas 3/ 5,130 5,130 - - - - - - - - - -
California 5,834,766 5,829,053 5,713 - - - - - 355,145 302,676 51,186 1,283
Colorado 3/ 665,812 665,812 - - - - - - 102,626 102,626 - -
Connecticut 3/ 30,300 30,300 - - 499,687 499,687 - - - - - -
Delaware 3/ 290 290 - - - - - - - - - -
Florida 394,004 394,004 - - 627,426 623,326 4,100 - 68,220 67,023 - 1,197
Georgia 3/ 1,545 1,545 - - - - - - - - - -
Hawaii 16,796 16,796 - - 234,642 234,642 - - - - - -
Idaho 152,218 152,218 - - 9,019 9,019 - - - - - -
Illinois 3/ 572,420 572,420 - - 35,604 35,604 - - 313 313 - -
Indiana 3/ 1,376 1,376 - - 45,168 45,168 - - - - - -
Iowa 3/ 750,441 750,441 - - 122 122 - - - - - -
Kansas 3/ 123,227 123,227 - - 24,875 24,875 - - - - - -
Kentucky 3/ 2,151 2,151 - - 17,925 17,925 - - - - - -
Louisiana 3/ 2,570 2,570 - - - - - - - - - -
Maine 17,968 17,968 - - 205,161 205,161 - - 3,448 3,448 - -
Maryland 145,343 145,343 - - - - - - - - - -
Massachusetts 3/ 167,890 167,890 - - - - - - 71,230 71,230 - -
Michigan 3/ 36,947 36,947 - - - - - - 1,538 1,538 - -
Minnesota 804,583 804,583 - - - - - - - - - -
Mississippi 3/ 99,023 99,023 - - 6,344 6,344 - - - - - -
Missouri 3/ 249,161 249,161 - - - - - - - - - -
Montana 3/ 49,876 49,876 - - 34,676 13,477 - 21,199 - - - -
Nebraska 3/ 206,028 206,028 - - 15,735 15,735 - - 1,880 1,880 - -
Nevada 3/ - - - - 101,097 101,097 - - - - - -
New Hampshire 3/ 30,263 30,263 - - 123,436 123,436 - - - - - -
New Jersey 3/ 155,129 155,129 - - - - - - 33,618 33,618 - -
New Mexico 971 971 - - - - - - - - - -
New York 3/ 354,034 354,034 - - 19,620 19,620 - - 1,422,293 560,795 861,386 112
North Carolina 133,665 133,665 - - 18,840 18,840 - - - - - -
North Dakota 3/ 85,087 85,087 - - - - - - - - - -
Ohio 3/ 1,186,848 1,186,848 - - - - - - - - - -
Oklahoma 1,121 1,121 - - - - - - - - - -
Oregon 3/ 29,253 29,253 - - 17,382 17,382 - - 4,709 4,709 - -
Pennsylvania 3/ 568 568 - - 47,953 47,953 - - 122 97 - 25
Rhode Island - - - - - - - - - - - -
South Carolina 2,042 2,042 - - - - - - - - - -
South Dakota 2,432 2,432 - - 70,916 70,916 - - - - - -
Tennessee 285,435 285,435 - - 23,098 23,098 - - - - - -
Texas 3/ 446,863 446,863 - - 203,839 203,839 - - 597,043 580,098 - 16,945
Utah 3/ 182,084 182,084 - - 11,685 11,685 - - - - - -
Vermont 3/ 25,469 25,469 - - - - - - - - - -
Virginia 3/ 355,401 355,401 - - 137,224 137,224 - - 41,754 41,278 - 476
Washington 485,609 485,609 - - 213 213 - - 4,766 4,766 - -
West Virginia 3/ 10,350 10,350 - - - - - - 1,474 1,474 - -
Wisconsin 3/ 478,345 478,345 - - 6,720 6,720 - - 106 106 - -
Wyoming 4,432 - - 4,432 - - - - - - - -
Total 15,495,557 15,485,412 5,713 4,432 2,633,620 2,608,321 4,100 21,199 2,710,285 1,777,675 912,572 20,038

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/ Estimated by FHWA.