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Highway Statistics 2011


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State Motor Fuel Tax Receipts (1961-2011)

July 2013
Table MF-201

(Thousands of Dollars)

YEAR ADJUSTED
NET TOTAL
RECEIPTS
1961 3,547,749
1962 3,761,299
1963 3,962,868
1964 4,217,495
1965 4,495,236
1966 4,757,636
1967 5,006,739
1968 5,470,199
1969 5,994,343
1970 6,477,019
1971 6,901,204
1972 7,611,498
1973 8,352,556
1974 8,124,158
1975 8,353,191
1976 8,891,460
1977 9,319,297
1978 9,716,246
1979 9,784,273
1980 9,577,740
1981 10,083,810
1982 10,610,419
1983 11,627,177
1984 13,149,742
1985 13,991,805
1986 14,932,258
1987 16,473,496
1988 17,828,521
1989 18,869,419
1990 19,877,713
1991 21,305,467
1992 23,995,000
1993 24,989,864
1994 25,853,471
1995 26,881,169
1996 27,554,989
1997 28,476,881
1998 29,802,864
1999 31,752,790
2000 31,291,017
2001 31,783,843
2002 32,275,459
2003 33,257,334
2004 34,491,295
2005 34,984,939
2006 35,818,306
2007 36,811,361
2008 36,168,970
2009 35,019,410
2010 35,568,433
2011 1/ 38,228,430

1/ The jump in revenue in 2011 from 2010, is due to the fact that in California, 2009 and 2010 had partial fuel suspensions of six months each. In 2011 all twelve months had fuel taxes in efffect, increasing the revenue in 2011. In addition, the gasohol tax rate (majority of fuel sold in California), went from 35.3 cents in 2010 to 35.7 cents in 2011.