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Local Government Disbursements for Highways – 2010 1/ 2/

October 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 8,423 15,869 99,413 123,705 278,141 314 72,662 65,334 191,766 38,588 92,591 - 5,437 868,538
Alaska 5/ 2,244 13,519 70,297 86,060 48,262 35,775 10,969 8,015 33,153 10,518 1,454 - - 234,206
Arizona 53,680 109,355 332,879 495,914 247,615 3,347 100,221 126,997 87,397 59,720 177,483 10,130 953 1,309,777
Arkansas 5/ - 5,010 63,583 68,593 226,808 - - 53,640 132,670 7,735 20,554 - 11,197 521,197
California 2,071,385 1,537,125 3,813,151 7,421,661 974,933 38,029 465,133 620,770 619,408 463,551 34,105 - 1,258,061 11,895,651
Colorado 5/ 25,576 44,999 53,940 124,515 411,595 65,163 194,499 123,099 159,617 98,397 195,931 - 41,196 1,414,012
Connecticut 5/ 7,983 30,339 219,779 258,101 157,660 29,332 63,823 40,529 35,867 332 415 - 8,105 594,164
Delaware 5/ - 1,955 4,676 6,631 13,030 420 8,753 1,479 21,004 2,133 27,418 - 9,185 90,053
Florida 162,897 165,446 1,151,530 1,479,873 762,894 - 321,005 216,346 624,141 170,000 265,454 67,724 317,141 4,224,578
Georgia 5/ 62,561 70,358 410,409 543,328 315,125 66 58,593 211,984 173,939 9,750 60,820 - 21,138 1,394,743
Hawaii 2,422 24,220 107,311 133,953 64,250 - 24,529 38,546 47,176 35,286 22,019 - - 365,759
Idaho 9,376 13,353 76,811 99,540 165,230 14,536 - 38,584 - 740 226 - 7,824 326,680
Illinois 5/ 14,020 95,802 338,367 448,189 1,153,269 159,167 847 321,380 561,933 52,024 139,077 - 829 2,836,715
Indiana 5/ 809 - 281,810 282,619 361,359 - 44,160 222,929 - 8,520 431,414 - - 1,351,001
Iowa 5/ 9,452 66,473 328,174 404,099 470,475 67,294 35,428 60,541 - 46,753 170,893 - - 1,255,483
Kansas 5/ - 146,893 155,750 302,643 205,012 - 32,544 93,873 278,790 30,767 93,810 - 57,434 1,094,873
Kentucky 5/ - 443,818 - 443,818 - - - - - 312 419 - - 444,549
Louisiana 5/ 661 33,690 102,117 136,468 271,711 - 251 94,556 172,559 45,115 12,661 - - 733,321
Maine - 2,080 50,332 52,412 225,939 75,920 15,132 37,257 38,480 395 538 - - 446,073
Maryland 3,393 29,199 337,350 369,942 221,079 84,558 43,498 61,609 77,488 50,094 45,564 - 1,330 955,162
Massachusetts 5/ 3,084 18,063 311,666 332,813 305,256 230,627 117,657 193,062 197,696 25,144 58,531 - - 1,460,786
Michigan 5/ - 55,458 422,048 477,506 831,393 203,876 151,928 85,797 - 20,988 25,584 - 16,266 1,813,338
Minnesota 38,077 90,956 1,051,094 1,180,127 549,102 121,267 137,259 117,933 216,723 67,163 413,867 1,415 210,138 3,014,994
Mississippi 5/ 3,138 5,185 57,757 66,080 276,802 - 16,862 2,076 27,363 20,489 101,175 - 114,468 625,315
Missouri 5/ 18,024 33,289 326,549 377,862 299,328 25,428 112,391 94,786 171,726 8,614 41,942 - 39,372 1,171,449
Montana 5/ 1,530 7,007 97,303 105,840 121,667 24,484 29,588 31,790 69,115 6,494 14,390 - 2,717 406,085
Nebraska 5/ 4,793 15,678 187,272 207,743 128,683 3,732 12,956 108,497 - 7,930 8,747 - 536,113 1,014,401
Nevada 5/ 97,066 51,993 184,961 334,020 - - - - - 25,100 236,337 - - 595,457
New Hampshire 5/ - 71,991 - 71,991 62,362 39,912 15,436 68,257 85,724 1,434 23,331 - 1,024 369,471
New Jersey 5/ 9,950 54,013 337,323 401,286 445,650 12,794 45,057 37,815 576,878 3,813 15,914 - - 1,539,207
New Mexico 7,162 22,531 177,990 207,683 58,168 1,352 31,458 51,111 100,687 10,650 32,954 - - 494,063
New York 5/ - 693 2,006,624 2,007,317 1,281,739 396,354 570,833 537,081 16,843 470,667 916,873 299,165 38,878 6,535,750
North Carolina 12,734 30,752 156,053 199,539 160,863 5,586 33,038 49,036 186,228 43,895 136,037 - 30,827 845,049
North Dakota 5/ 1,557 9,198 103,347 114,102 107,076 19,472 33,036 18,059 3,528 29,133 55,709 - 31,974 412,089
Ohio 5/ 39,347 79,422 609,874 728,643 742,639 127,385 81,647 172,437 270,445 35,124 104,452 - 93,343 2,356,115
Oklahoma 3,248 10,713 73,350 87,311 114,825 1,513 37,699 50,656 47,794 21,034 28,163 - 32,034 421,029
Oregon 5/ 20,023 41,100 210,535 271,658 249,843 12,435 67,103 128,375 121,416 10,309 46,923 - 4,797 912,859
Pennsylvania 5/ - 15,208 166,640 181,848 1,540,200 28,349 320 77,258 239,811 2,149 21,948 - 13,728 2,105,611
Rhode Island - - 63,426 63,426 15,528 7,717 5,790 4,412 5,096 2,159 5,336 - - 109,464
South Carolina 44,969 31,856 269,157 345,982 67,571 18,452 880 26,764 73,677 17,000 101,011 - 29,073 680,410
South Dakota 2,496 4,992 75,710 83,198 112,615 25,830 13,872 16,913 47,630 1,025 18,069 - 7,350 326,502
Tennessee 4,204 12,395 137,724 154,323 342,284 5,576 - 73,234 46,622 2,902 9,043 - - 633,984
Texas 5/ - 468,000 2,677,247 3,145,247 1,769,908 - 363,331 273,512 827,975 948,775 1,454,641 665,370 188,798 9,637,557
Utah 5/ 5,738 16,840 - 22,578 170,035 26,611 16,659 25,550 58,106 8,908 8,979 - 82,412 419,838
Vermont 5/ 74 2,945 2,394 5,413 60,502 23,927 - 6,458 705 586 5,456 - 2,717 105,764
Virginia 5/ 43,342 36,982 167,931 248,255 598,875 30,466 30,777 77,674 583,452 66,942 162,985 - 76,635 1,876,061
Washington 50,772 148,553 705,417 904,742 510,090 25,499 81,181 350,560 176,869 51,635 82,161 - 21,159 2,203,896
West Virginia 5/ - 2,628 30,635 33,263 53,112 52,051 5,647 4,160 172,154 295 1,666 - 518 322,866
Wisconsin 5/ 24,908 59,474 678,275 762,657 726,617 162,010 261 126,840 464,476 108,628 525,161 - 98,515 2,975,165
Wyoming 2,962 25,196 151,879 180,037 26,484 - - 7,458 81,865 9 33 - - 295,886
Total 2,874,080 4,272,614 19,437,860 26,584,554 18,303,604 2,206,626 3,504,713 5,255,029 8,125,992 3,149,724 6,450,264 1,043,804 3,412,686 78,036,996

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.