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Revenues Used by Local Government for Highways – 2010 1/ 2/

October 2012
Table LGF-1

(Thousands of Dollars)

STATE MOTOR-FUEL AND MOTOR- VEHICLE TAX REVENUES 4/ ROAD AND CROSSING TOLLS 4/ APPROPRI- ATIONS FROM GENERAL FUNDS PROPERTY TAXES AND SPECIAL ASSESS- MENTS OTHER LOCAL IMPOSTS MISCEL- LANEOUS BOND PROCEEDS 3/ PAYMENTS FROM OTHER GOVERNMENTS TOTAL RECEIPTS
ORIGINAL ISSUES REFUNDING ISSUES STATE FEDERAL
HIGHWAY- USER IMPOSTS 4/ OTHER FHWA OTHER
Alabama 91,134 - 249,028 66,242 49,155 31,234 128,686 - 194,828 41,494 - 17,324 869,125
Alaska 5/ 4,079 - 147,855 46,138 18,606 1,081 420 - 16,028 - - - 234,207
Arizona - - 116,683 13,529 124,290 196,806 4,636 10,130 699,435 116,460 - 21,915 1,303,884
Arkansas 5/ - - 262,471 80,178 90,497 82,921 - - 5,130 - - - 521,197
California - 302,676 3,284,527 261,647 91,300 1,843,829 77,380 - 5,829,053 214,894 - 21,679 11,926,985
Colorado 5/ - 102,626 104,752 132,375 329,211 165,492 192,151 - 665,812 - - - 1,692,419
Connecticut 5/ 499,687 - 62,122 - - 2,054 - - 30,300 - - - 594,163
Delaware 5/ - - 54,805 4,449 1,390 3,242 26,007 - 290 - - - 90,183
Florida 623,326 67,023 631,894 410,203 331,628 498,273 644,012 67,724 394,004 436,326 - 88,869 4,193,282
Georgia 5/ - - 1,080,475 32,642 224,123 7,403 48,557 - 1,545 - - - 1,394,745
Hawaii 234,642 - (3,021) - 78,051 27,020 109,226 - 16,796 710 - 2,576 466,000
Idaho 9,019 - 12,107 97,613 10,242 26,965 13 - 152,218 15,581 - 29,580 353,338
Illinois 5/ 35,604 313 - 1,178,581 499,112 218,448 332,256 - 572,420 - - - 2,836,734
Indiana 5/ 45,168 - 742,043 139,550 160,574 85,303 176,988 - 1,376 - - - 1,351,002
Iowa 5/ 122 - 41,304 187,793 91,787 40,794 217,416 - 750,441 - - - 1,329,657
Kansas 5/ 24,875 - 455,739 194,191 51,463 36,863 118,256 - 123,227 25,784 - - 1,030,398
Kentucky 5/ 17,925 - 338,450 17,926 52,884 15,212 - - 2,151 - - - 444,548
Louisiana 5/ - - 407,818 82,070 222,809 18,119 - - 2,570 350 - - 733,736
Maine 205,161 3,448 93,600 85,724 - 1,609 - - 17,968 154 - 667 408,331
Maryland - - 599,824 36,463 11,365 45,444 96,760 - 145,343 8,793 - 10,030 954,022
Massachusetts 5/ - 71,230 - 1,024,555 5,073 45,989 103,764 - 167,890 557 - 7,784 1,426,842
Michigan 5/ - 1,538 1,298,475 50,550 10 321,075 100,672 - 36,947 1,301 - - 1,810,568
Minnesota - - 1,563,806 340,812 5,997 23,537 182,255 1,415 804,583 77,341 - 15,799 3,015,545
Mississippi 5/ 6,344 - 258,280 135,874 68,198 10,347 43,866 - 99,023 - - - 621,932
Missouri 5/ - - 299,822 120,337 339,966 127,436 34,726 - 249,161 - - - 1,171,448
Montana 5/ 13,477 - 55,820 218,658 22,727 27,538 42,877 - 49,876 - - - 430,973
Nebraska 5/ 15,735 1,880 586,936 29,836 171,286 3,889 - - 206,028 - - - 1,015,590
Nevada 5/ 101,097 - 368,594 657 65,823 49,884 9,417 - - - - - 595,472
New Hampshire 5/ 123,436 - 143,919 33,634 - 828 37,391 - 30,263 - - - 369,471
New Jersey 5/ - 33,618 1,335,423 - - 1,985 12,200 - 155,129 - - - 1,538,355
New Mexico - - 100,163 28,845 58,394 28,448 74,042 - 971 162,272 - 32,093 485,228
New York 5/ 19,620 560,795 2,041,281 1,065,045 199,063 397,707 1,629,566 299,165 354,034 - - - 6,566,276
North Carolina 18,840 - 423,484 6,146 12,025 36,416 251,378 - 133,665 8,328 - 3,035 893,317
North Dakota 5/ - - 128,375 58,073 33,253 19,426 83,841 - 85,087 - - - 408,055
Ohio 5/ - - 604,858 210,875 288,340 38,711 64,049 - 1,186,848 - - - 2,393,681
Oklahoma - - 292,514 3,172 28,759 13,934 44,904 - 1,121 32,384 - 3,818 420,606
Oregon 5/ 17,382 4,709 617,688 18,259 28,808 137,857 50,466 - 29,253 - - - 904,422
Pennsylvania 5/ 47,953 97 837,112 440,982 - 496,537 12,320 - 568 270,000 - - 2,105,569
Rhode Island - - 91,612 - - - 8,512 - - 1,490 - 7,918 109,532
South Carolina - - 565,429 8,559 15,825 - 57,000 - 2,042 24,026 - 7,529 680,410
South Dakota 70,916 - 220,260 - 9,216 5,733 - - 2,432 - - 17,944 326,501
Tennessee 23,098 - 283,805 - - 28,565 10,284 - 285,435 - - 2,899 634,086
Texas 5/ 203,839 580,098 2,238,447 1,953,759 161,002 1,968,338 1,698,983 665,370 446,863 - - - 9,916,699
Utah 5/ 11,685 - 190,752 - 16,355 18,962 - - 182,084 - - - 419,838
Vermont 5/ - - 5,741 70,506 - - 3,107 - 25,469 - - - 104,823
Virginia 5/ 137,224 41,278 59,782 - 974,534 83,995 151,283 - 355,401 75,477 - 1,159 1,880,133
Washington 213 4,766 67,712 562,162 235,445 121,807 507,717 - 485,609 153,931 - 64,534 2,203,896
West Virginia 5/ - 1,474 232,029 61,484 156 17,508 481 - 10,350 - - - 323,482
Wisconsin 5/ 6,720 106 1,448,209 524,072 19,042 36,628 463,316 - 478,345 - - - 2,976,438
Wyoming - - 58,891 24,050 200,671 1,289 - - - 11,008 - - 295,909
Total 2,608,321 1,777,675 25,101,695 10,058,216 5,398,455 7,412,481 7,851,181 1,043,804 15,485,412 1,678,661 - 357,152 78,773,053

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 proceeds from the sale of short term issues (notes). See Table LGB-2 for additional information on local government debt for roads and streets.

4/ See Table LDF for gross receipts and distributions of highway-user revenues, including local toll receipts.

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.