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Highway Statistics 2019


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Motor-Fuel Use - 2019 (1)

November 2020

Table MF-21
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 (3) 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 2,598,931 3,173 57,548 60,721 2,659,652 192,943 3,055 195,998 2,855,650 2,855,650 874,206 3,533,858 4 195,998
Alaska 230,203 1,617 10,742 12,359 242,562 42,165 559 42,724 285,286 285,286 126,670 369,232 9.2 42,724
Arizona 2,794,816 6,667 30,144 36,811 2,831,627 233,072 1,573 234,645 3,066,272 3,066,272 946,619 3,778,246 2.7 234,645
Arkansas 1,410,849 1,729 18,893 20,622 1,431,471 123,952 991 124,943 1,556,414 3 1,556,417 680,318 2,111,789 2.4 124,943
California 14,062,939 26,155 343,489 369,644 14,432,583 981,078 17,927 999,005 15,431,588 15,431,588 3,502,324 17,934,907 0.7 999,005
Colorado 2,232,559 4,519 33,571 38,090 2,270,649 182,810 1,762 184,572 2,455,221 2,455,221 681,901 2,952,550 2.4 184,572
Connecticut 1,434,972 1,928 544 2,472 1,437,444 79,933 28 79,961 1,517,405 803 1,518,208 286,501 1,723,945 (0.2) 79,961
Delaware 519,561 506 2,485 2,991 522,552 34,970 109 35,079 557,631 409 558,040 84,114 606,666 7.1 35,079
Dist. of Col. 86,977 5,685 20,594 26,279 113,256 6,107 917 7,024 120,280 9 120,289 16,539 129,795 5.9 7,024
Florida 8,396,104 12,809 177,756 190,565 8,586,669 868,820 8,442 877,262 9,463,931 9,463,931 1,781,089 10,367,758 0.5 877,262
Georgia 4,639,241 6,712 97,424 104,136 4,743,377 271,147 5,083 276,230 5,019,607 5,019,607 1,342,455 6,085,832 (0.6) 276,230
Hawaii 422,640 2,268 11,803 14,071 436,711 34,549 618 35,167 471,878 471,878 48,952 485,663 0.7 35,167
Idaho 727,654 2,157 4,235 6,392 734,046 127,171 222 127,393 861,439 861,439 327,007 1,061,053 5.8 127,393
Illinois 4,404,195 6,773 44,016 50,789 4,454,984 301,749 2,298 304,047 4,759,031 3,234 4,762,265 1,521,395 5,976,379 (2.9) 304,047
Indiana 2,913,892 3,344 17,431 20,775 2,934,667 208,037 914 208,951 3,143,618 3,143,618 1,254,793 4,189,460 (0.5) 208,951
Iowa 1,463,523 1,588 21,799 23,387 1,486,910 195,754 1,143 196,897 1,683,807 1,683,807 735,232 2,222,142 1.3 196,897
Kansas 1,274,712 1,978 7,560 9,538 1,284,250 101,231 397 101,628 1,385,878 6 1,385,884 502,670 1,786,920 6.0 101,628
Kentucky 2,092,400 2,803 51,001 53,804 2,146,204 118,572 2,663 121,235 2,267,439 2,267,439 811,703 2,957,907 0.1 121,235
Louisiana 2,035,446 3,162 50,525 53,687 2,089,133 161,188 2,863 164,051 2,253,184 2,253,184 757,322 2,846,455 5.2 164,051
Maine (3) 584,683 823 7,747 8,570 593,253 64,799 405 65,204 658,457 658,457 180,116 773,369 - 65,204
Maryland 2,555,462 5,978 40,862 46,840 2,602,302 143,889 2,131 146,020 2,748,322 14,212 2,762,534 550,738 3,153,040 1.4 146,020
Massachusetts 2,651,146 3,732 3,722 7,454 2,658,600 144,937 194 145,131 2,803,731 2,803,731 452,669 3,111,269 (0.4) 145,131
Michigan 4,334,567 5,228 41,735 46,963 4,381,530 478,700 2,175 480,875 4,862,405 4,862,405 969,508 5,351,038 (1.8) 480,875
Minnesota 2,378,891 2,940 29,320 32,260 2,411,151 273,642 1,536 275,178 2,686,329 2,686,329 874,736 3,285,887 1.1 275,178
Mississippi 1,658,625 2,053 7,930 9,983 1,668,608 85,661 416 86,077 1,754,685 1,754,685 709,977 2,378,585 3.3 86,077
Missouri 2,966,807 4,064 22,921 26,985 2,993,792 215,876 1,203 217,079 3,210,871 2,255 3,213,126 1,100,304 4,094,096 0.7 217,079
Montana 482,483 2,065 467 2,532 485,015 70,935 24 70,959 555,974 555,974 278,801 763,816 1.4 70,959
Nebraska 842,368 1,330 19,635 20,965 863,333 68,201 1,026 69,227 932,560 932,560 488,471 1,351,804 2.5 69,227
Nevada 1,142,628 2,623 12,116 14,739 1,157,367 96,300 632 96,932 1,254,299 1,254,299 386,789 1,544,156 2.4 96,932
New Hampshire 669,164 790 7,263 8,053 677,217 63,329 379 63,708 740,925 9 740,934 102,744 779,961 0.4 63,708
New Jersey 3,736,104 5,212 29,416 34,628 3,770,732 205,143 1,535 206,678 3,977,410 3,977,410 800,663 4,571,395 - 206,678
New Mexico 948,359 4,140 6,932 11,072 959,431 70,141 362 70,503 1,029,934 1,029,934 607,689 1,567,120 2.3 70,503
New York 5,361,667 10,328 29,069 39,397 5,401,064 410,645 1,517 412,162 5,813,226 -5,143 5,808,083 1,499,237 6,900,301 1.9 412,162
North Carolina 4,540,817 5,282 86,991 92,273 4,633,090 445,980 3,727 449,707 5,082,797 5,082,797 1,207,990 5,841,080 3.1 449,707
North Dakota 402,226 1,155 8,160 9,315 411,541 40,253 427 40,680 452,221 452,221 321,072 732,613 0.6 40,680
Ohio 4,723,159 5,888 59,037 64,925 4,788,084 354,837 3,095 357,932 5,146,016 5,146,016 1,656,621 6,444,705 (0.6) 357,932
Oklahoma 1,805,266 2,340 8,293 10,633 1,815,899 163,223 433 163,656 1,979,555 3 1,979,558 932,354 2,748,253 (0.7) 163,656
Oregon 1,457,566 3,578 45,635 49,213 1,506,779 120,427 2,387 122,814 1,629,593 1,629,593 574,017 2,080,796 (2.2) 122,814
Pennsylvania 4,611,893 6,807 60,956 67,763 4,679,656 297,537 2,959 300,496 4,980,152 4,980,152 1,564,703 6,244,359 2.0 300,496
Rhode Island 356,823 802 8,826 9,628 366,451 22,351 431 22,782 389,233 1,864 391,097 70,603 437,054 0.5 22,782
South Carolina 2,553,961 2,827 112,947 115,774 2,669,735 213,826 6,076 219,902 2,889,637 2,889,637 882,310 3,552,045 1.9 219,902
South Dakota 422,534 1,043 12,006 13,049 435,583 37,314 632 37,946 473,529 473,529 240,057 675,640 (1.2) 37,946
Tennessee 3,176,609 4,526 97,257 101,783 3,278,392 205,033 4,787 209,820 3,488,212 3,488,212 1,130,885 4,409,277 3.9 209,820
Texas 14,079,056 17,284 175,577 192,861 14,271,917 659,119 9,176 668,295 14,940,212 14,940,212 5,982,285 20,254,202 1.8 668,295
Utah 1,170,394 2,834 17,217 20,051 1,190,445 78,206 902 79,108 1,269,553 1,269,553 483,312 1,673,757 2.5 79,108
Vermont 281,019 462 7,463 7,925 288,944 20,998 390 21,388 310,332 289 310,621 71,598 360,542 5.8 21,388
Virginia (3) 3,834,187 9,740 75,513 85,253 3,919,440 213,616 3,939 217,555 4,136,995 4,136,995 1,043,447 4,962,887 - 217,555
Washington 2,697,025 6,005 108,400 114,405 2,811,430 193,069 4,760 197,829 3,009,259 3,009,259 736,027 3,547,457 1.2 197,829
West Virginia (3) 769,547 1,535 20,590 22,125 791,672 54,952 1,075 56,027 847,699 847,699 508,187 1,299,859 - 56,027
Wisconsin 2,414,792 2,484 43,745 46,229 2,461,021 245,071 2,293 247,364 2,708,385 2,708,385 863,778 3,324,799 (1.0) 247,364
Wyoming 286,565 1,205 5,833 7,038 293,603 74,057 309 74,366 367,969 367,969 368,810 662,413 1.8 74,366
Total 133,638,007 222,676 2,215,141 2,437,817 136,075,824 10,097,315 112,897 10,210,212 146,286,036 17,953 146,303,989 43,922,308 179,998,132 1.0 10,210,212
Percentage of
Total Use 70.3 0.1 1.2 1.3 71.5 5.3 0.1 5.4 76.9 - 76.9 23.1 94.6 5.4

(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.

(3) Prior year data are shown in lieu of 2019 data due to multi-year trend concerns. FHWA will re-evaluate 2019 data upon receipt of the 2020 data.

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