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Disposition Of Local Government Receipts From State And Local Highway-User Revenues - 2012 1/ 2/

October 2014
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 110,276 110,276 - - 107,215 107,215 - - - - - -
Alaska 3/ 13,781 13,781 - - 2,410 2,410 - - - - - -
Arizona 3/ 649,570 649,570 - - - - - - - - - -
Arkansas 3/ - - - - - - - - - - - -
California 7,664,904 7,664,904 - - - - - - 370,072 200,185 169,785 102
Colorado 3/ 620,990 620,990 - - - - - - 122,603 122,603 - -
Connecticut 3/ 32,276 32,276 - - 494,613 494,613 - - - - - -
Delaware 3/ - - - - - - - - - - - -
Florida 384,882 384,882 - - 623,806 623,806 - - 71,142 70,848 250 44
Georgia 3/ 7,642 7,642 - - - - - - - - - -
Hawaii 32,987 32,987 - - 213,552 213,552 - - - - - -
Idaho 151,952 151,952 - - 9,074 9,074 - - - - - -
Illinois 3/ 567,295 567,295 - - 38,113 38,113 - - - - - -
Indiana 3/ 246,826 246,826 - - 71,068 71,068 - - - - - -
Iowa 710,373 710,373 - - - - - - - - - -
Kansas 3/ 147,481 147,481 - - - - - - - - - -
Kentucky 3/ 1,514 1,514 - - 29,041 29,041 - - - - - -
Louisiana 1,735 1,735 - - 21,645 21,645 - - - - - -
Maine 3/ 77 77 - - 219,618 219,618 - - 3,680 3,680 - -
Maryland 3/ 147,064 147,064 - - - - - - - - - -
Massachusetts 3/ 167,890 167,890 - - - - - - 75,697 75,697 - -
Michigan 3/ 36,558 36,558 - - - - - - 1,521 1,521 - -
Minnesota 791,362 791,362 - - - - - - - - - -
Mississippi 3/ 97,002 97,002 - - 6,267 6,267 - - - - - -
Missouri 3/ 252,889 252,889 - - - - - - - - - -
Montana 3/ 50,061 50,061 - - 37,120 14,427 - 22,693 - - - -
Nebraska 3/ 266,919 266,919 - - 17,229 17,229 - - 1,882 915 967 -
Nevada 3/ 3,334 3,334 - - 108,221 108,221 - - - - - -
New Hampshire 3/ 30,263 30,263 - - 132,134 132,134 - - - - - -
New Jersey 3/ - - - - - - - - 36,571 36,571 - -
New Mexico 16,737 16,737 - - - - - - - - - -
New York 3/ 372,545 372,545 - - 21,003 21,003 - - 1,481,539 497,671 983,868 -
North Carolina 140,059 140,059 - - 19,863 19,863 - - - - - -
North Dakota 3/ 110,434 110,434 - - - - - - - - - -
Ohio 3/ 1,109,855 1,109,855 - - - - - - - - - -
Oklahoma 317,829 317,829 - - - - - - - - - -
Oregon 15,349 15,349 - - 27,374 27,374 - - 5,032 4,062 970 -
Pennsylvania 3/ 284,858 284,858 - - 51,333 51,333 - - 119 119 - -
Rhode Island - - - - - - - - - - - -
South Carolina 1,690 1,690 - - - - - - - - - -
South Dakota 3/ 1,524 1,524 - - 75,913 75,913 - - - - - -
Tennessee 3/ 290,996 290,996 - - 23,186 23,186 - - - - - -
Texas 441,555 441,555 - - 215,084 215,084 - - 664,523 649,372 11,175 3,976
Utah 3/ 71,494 71,494 - - 41,684 41,684 - - - - - -
Vermont 3/ 25,711 25,711 - - - - - - - - - -
Virginia 3/ 379,228 379,228 - - 178,298 178,298 - - 47,076 46,013 - 1,063
Washington 242,385 242,385 - - 432 432 - - 4,215 4,215 - -
West Virginia 3/ 13,453 13,453 - - - - - - 1,835 1,835 - -
Wisconsin 3/ 440,605 440,605 - - 6,799 6,799 - - 138 138 - -
Wyoming 3/ 3,990 3,990 - - - - - - - - - -
Total 17,468,200 17,468,200 - - 2,792,095 2,769,402 - 22,693 2,887,645 1,715,445 1,167,015 5,185

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.

 

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