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Table MF-21 – Office of Highway Policy Information (OHPI)

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Highway Statistics 2012


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Motor-Fuel Use - 2012 (1)

July 2013
Table MF-21

(Thousands of Gallons)

STATE COMBINED GASOLINE AND GASOHOL SPECIAL FUEL SUMMARY OF TOTAL USE
HIGHWAY USE NONHIGHWAY USE TOTAL USE LOSSES ALLOWED FOR EVAPORATION, HANDLING, ETC. (2) TOTAL CONSUMPTION PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY USE HIGHWAY NON-HIGHWAY (GASOLINE ONLY) TOTAL
PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL PUBLIC USE TOTAL PRIVATE AND COMMERCIAL STATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL TOTAL AMOUNT PERCENT CHANGE FROM PRIOR YEAR
FEDERAL CIVILIAN STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL TOTAL
Alabama 2,482,282 2,789 35,998 38,787 2,521,069 52,506 1,876 54,382 2,575,451 1,584 2,577,035 730,942 3,252,011 (1.1) 54,382 3,306,393
Alaska 260,224 411 7,148 7,559 267,783 20,586 369 20,955 288,738 - 288,738 155,848 423,631 5.3 20,955 444,586
Arizona 2,516,339 3,173 35,762 38,935 2,555,274 59,845 1,859 61,704 2,616,978 - 2,616,978 766,195 3,321,469 (0.7) 61,704 3,383,173
Arkansas 1,339,977 1,515 25,214 26,729 1,366,706 51,781 1,328 53,109 1,419,815 14,366 1,434,181 606,650 1,973,356 (0.1) 53,109 2,026,465
California 13,997,910 16,401 206,887 223,288 14,221,198 293,731 10,762 304,493 14,525,691 - 14,525,691 2,748,351 16,969,549 (0.4) 304,493 17,274,042
Colorado 2,027,925 2,453 34,787 37,240 2,065,165 48,871 1,836 50,707 2,115,872 21,372 2,137,244 558,555 2,623,720 0.1 50,707 2,674,427
Connecticut 1,394,092 1,582 19,660 21,242 1,415,334 33,221 1,022 34,243 1,449,577 (193) 1,449,384 269,438 1,684,772 (1.4) 34,243 1,719,015
Delaware 398,897 452 6,610 7,062 405,959 27,705 272 27,977 433,936 2,770 436,706 60,644 466,603 (0.9) 27,977 494,580
Dist. of Col. 88,229 533 5,652 6,185 94,414 2,019 302 2,321 96,735 4 96,739 16,559 110,973 (9.8) 2,321 113,294
Florida 7,777,218 8,969 100,178 109,147 7,886,365 259,175 5,037 264,212 8,150,577 - 8,150,577 1,358,480 9,244,845 0.7 264,212 9,509,057
Georgia 4,547,375 5,206 57,474 62,680 4,610,055 78,436 2,987 81,423 4,691,478 - 4,691,478 1,130,190 5,740,245 (1.4) 81,423 5,821,668
Hawaii 426,444 655 9,814 10,469 436,913 8,359 515 8,874 445,787 4,499 450,286 50,308 487,221 (4.5) 8,874 496,095
Idaho 646,578 819 13,136 13,955 660,533 36,341 691 37,032 697,565 7,046 704,611 258,660 919,193 2.2 37,032 956,225
Illinois 4,426,637 5,118 88,478 93,596 4,520,233 122,736 4,606 127,342 4,647,575 1,633 4,649,208 1,425,227 5,945,460 (2.1) 127,342 6,072,802
Indiana 2,842,320 3,177 48,252 51,429 2,893,749 91,270 2,538 93,808 2,987,557 30,193 3,017,750 1,261,204 4,154,953 (0.3) 93,808 4,248,761
Iowa 1,443,016 1,695 29,586 31,281 1,474,297 160,378 1,556 161,934 1,636,231 - 1,636,231 658,411 2,132,708 (4.1) 161,934 2,294,642
Kansas 1,179,125 1,423 27,476 28,899 1,208,024 38,595 1,448 40,043 1,248,067 12,621 1,260,688 475,258 1,683,282 (2.7) 40,043 1,723,325
Kentucky 2,061,283 2,343 34,593 36,936 2,098,219 47,717 1,801 49,518 2,147,737 - 2,147,737 767,628 2,865,847 (0.7) 49,518 2,915,365
Louisiana 2,112,404 2,482 34,524 37,006 2,149,410 74,198 1,819 76,017 2,225,427 22,479 2,247,906 675,030 2,824,440 (5.1) 76,017 2,900,457
Maine 622,412 728 9,679 10,407 632,819 22,274 505 22,779 655,598 2,615 658,213 189,575 822,394 (2.6) 22,779 845,173
Maryland 2,626,895 3,129 27,302 30,431 2,657,326 52,987 1,418 54,405 2,711,731 10,049 2,721,780 509,605 3,166,931 1.8 54,405 3,221,336
Massachusetts 2,689,006 3,029 34,789 37,818 2,726,824 51,117 1,811 52,928 2,779,752 - 2,779,752 423,269 3,150,093 0.3 52,928 3,203,021
Michigan 4,281,182 4,741 64,193 68,934 4,350,116 106,796 3,327 110,123 4,460,239 - 4,460,239 840,560 5,190,676 0.2 110,123 5,300,799
Minnesota 2,383,352 2,572 43,637 46,209 2,429,561 121,553 2,291 123,844 2,553,405 25,793 2,579,198 690,567 3,120,128 3.4 123,844 3,243,972
Mississippi 1,571,191 1,757 25,711 27,468 1,598,659 40,695 1,357 42,052 1,640,711 16,573 1,657,284 578,538 2,177,197 3.3 42,052 2,219,249
Missouri 2,961,959 3,356 46,132 49,488 3,011,447 64,829 2,431 67,260 3,078,707 30,649 3,109,356 968,275 3,979,722 (1.2) 67,260 4,046,982
Montana 477,000 649 10,173 10,822 487,822 17,805 531 18,336 506,158 - 506,158 262,303 750,125 2.5 18,336 768,461
Nebraska 787,864 904 18,013 18,917 806,781 36,517 939 37,456 844,237 - 844,237 420,809 1,227,590 0.5 37,456 1,265,046
Nevada 1,049,054 1,270 13,824 15,094 1,064,148 18,748 718 19,466 1,083,614 - 1,083,614 299,954 1,364,102 0.3 19,466 1,383,568
New Hampshire 671,888 737 9,205 9,942 681,830 17,652 479 18,131 699,961 3 699,964 92,157 773,987 (0.6) 18,131 792,118
New Jersey 3,927,516 4,522 49,520 54,042 3,981,558 74,548 2,574 77,122 4,058,680 - 4,058,680 786,804 4,768,362 (1.9) 77,122 4,845,484
New Mexico 921,748 1,327 16,569 17,896 939,644 21,181 861 22,042 961,686 - 961,686 513,198 1,452,842 0.7 22,042 1,474,884
New York 5,163,443 6,778 102,144 108,922 5,272,365 149,334 5,314 154,648 5,427,013 (2,869) 5,424,144 1,367,780 6,640,145 (1.5) 154,648 6,794,793
North Carolina 4,045,391 4,685 56,042 60,727 4,106,118 159,237 2,960 162,197 4,268,315 43,571 4,311,886 957,407 5,063,525 (3.4) 162,197 5,225,722
North Dakota 410,832 501 8,221 8,722 419,554 17,721 431 18,152 437,706 1,026 438,732 378,361 797,915 11.6 18,152 816,067
Ohio 4,739,369 5,284 79,640 84,924 4,824,293 101,410 4,188 105,598 4,929,891 49,415 4,979,306 1,466,077 6,290,370 (0.6) 105,598 6,395,968
Oklahoma 1,824,857 1,987 32,595 34,582 1,859,439 63,347 1,697 65,044 1,924,483 3 1,924,486 816,781 2,676,220 5.1 65,044 2,741,264
Oregon 1,395,811 1,689 25,936 27,625 1,423,436 43,970 1,356 45,326 1,468,762 - 1,468,762 513,432 1,936,868 (0.9) 45,326 1,982,194
Pennsylvania 4,818,056 5,488 72,780 78,268 4,896,324 110,921 3,778 114,699 5,011,023 25,075 5,036,098 1,530,059 6,426,383 (1.4) 114,699 6,541,082
Rhode Island 346,077 423 7,991 8,414 354,491 8,652 415 9,067 363,558 1,792 365,350 57,533 412,024 (3.3) 9,067 421,091
South Carolina 2,544,070 2,771 28,205 30,976 2,575,046 62,702 1,461 64,163 2,639,209 - 2,639,209 662,553 3,237,599 (0.3) 64,163 3,301,762
South Dakota 428,483 530 9,519 10,049 438,532 21,291 505 21,796 460,328 4,654 464,982 228,318 666,850 4.5 21,796 688,646
Tennessee 3,026,448 3,491 44,333 47,824 3,074,272 58,899 2,336 61,235 3,135,507 31,671 3,167,178 882,947 3,957,219 (1.6) 61,235 4,018,454
Texas 11,973,702 13,367 156,736 170,103 12,143,805 292,492 8,181 300,673 12,444,478 - 12,444,478 4,437,817 16,581,622 2.8 300,673 16,882,295
Utah 1,014,627 1,271 20,581 21,852 1,036,479 24,101 1,082 25,183 1,061,662 10,830 1,072,492 474,413 1,510,892 (1.9) 25,183 1,536,075
Vermont 301,130 351 5,520 5,871 307,001 8,254 288 8,542 315,543 1,182 316,725 59,990 366,991 (1.4) 8,542 375,533
Virginia 3,807,576 4,569 50,963 55,532 3,863,108 67,337 2,647 69,984 3,933,092 - 3,933,092 1,003,684 4,866,792 3.7 69,984 4,936,776
Washington 2,544,686 3,130 37,537 40,667 2,585,353 76,061 1,955 78,016 2,663,369 21,798 2,685,167 615,876 3,201,229 (0.3) 78,016 3,279,245
West Virginia 778,324 921 16,082 17,003 795,327 12,852 837 13,689 809,016 - 809,016 294,786 1,090,113 (0.2) 13,689 1,103,802
Wisconsin 2,359,858 2,636 44,007 46,643 2,406,501 72,971 2,315 75,286 2,481,787 25,069 2,506,856 754,158 3,160,659 1.1 75,286 3,235,945
Wyoming 327,038 426 6,562 6,988 334,026 37,133 354 37,487 371,513 (1) 371,512 363,484 697,510 9.5 37,487 734,997
Total 128,789,120 150,215 1,995,370 2,145,585 130,934,705 3,542,857 103,966 3,646,823 134,581,528 417,272 134,998,800 37,414,653 168,349,358 (0.1) 3,646,823 171,996,181
Percentage of Total Use 74.9 0.1 1.2 1.2 76.1 2.1 0.1 2.1 78.2 0.2 78.5 21.8 97.9   2.1 100.0

(1) This table is one of a series giving an analysis of motor-fuel consumption, based on reports from State motor-fuel tax agencies. Gasohol is included with gasoline. In order to make the data uniform and complete, public use and nonhighway use were estimated by the Federal Highway Administration. These estimates may not be comparable to data for prior years due to revised estimation procedures. The resulting volumes differ in many cases from the unadjusted data reported in table MF-2. For some States, data are not comparable to prior years due to changes in data analysis and/or improvements in reporting procedures. All data are subject to review and revision.

(2) Some States make a flat percentage allowance for losses in storage and handling, and others allow for actual losses not to exceed a specified percentage. Still others permit distributors to claim stock losses in reconciliations of inventories, thus exempting the lost volume from taxation. Losses by destruction, where reported separately, are also included in this column. The maximum allowance used in the analysis to cover losses in storage and handling was one percent. Because of accounting methods, losses can be reported as a net gain.

 

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