Table 6-9: Transportation Revenues Collected by State and Local Governments: 2005

Table 6-9: Transportation Revenues Collected by State and Local Governments: 2005

(Millions of current dollars)

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State Total Highway Transit Air Water
Alabama 1,032 867 7 71 87
Alaska 329 174 5 107 43
Arizona 1,264 923 39 302 Z
Arkansas 699 659 2 37 1
California 11,534 7,046 1,603 1,799 1,087
Colorado 1,647 981 74 591 Z
Connecticut 839 769 36 33 1
Delaware 393 349 10 6 28
District of Columbia 732 69 663 Z Z
Florida 7,149 5,195 208 1,403 343
Georgia 2,058 1,290 114 506 149
Hawaii 722 368 44 228 81
Idaho 393 360 1 30 1
Illinois 5,479 3,993 740 729 17
Indiana 1,499 1,343 29 121 6
Iowa 943 878 16 49 <0.5
Kansas 737 705 3 29 Z
Kentucky 936 746 15 159 16
Louisiana 1,046 779 43 119 105
Maine 472 442 1 27 2
Maryland 2,047 1,691 126 135 95
Massachusetts 2,442 1,496 459 423 64
Michigan 2,641 2,198 59 384 <0.5
Minnesota 1,648 1,322 11 275 39
Mississippi 653 581 2 29 42
Missouri 1,389 1,079 50 257 2
Montana 411 384 1 26 Z
Nebraska 513 441 6 66 Z
Nevada 1,015 663 49 304 Z
New Hampshire 361 315 4 42 Z
New Jersey 2,830 2,164 631 13 22
New Mexico 476 403 4 68 Z
New York 10,382 4,184 4,050 1,987 161
North Carolina 2,285 1,967 35 248 35
North Dakota 197 183 1 13 Z
Ohio 3,296 2,881 98 296 20
Oklahoma 1,293 1,202 5 82 4
Oregon 1,323 941 97 207 78
Pennsylvania 4,509 3,544 459 498 8
Rhode Island 289 201 28 60 <0.5
South Carolina 969 737 13 80 138
South Dakota 213 202 1 10 Z
Tennessee 1,548 1,284 27 234 3
Texas 6,697 5,278 151 1,052 217
Utah 708 507 18 183 Z
Vermont 173 157 3 13 Z
Virginia 2,533 1,641 71 598 224
Washington 2,424 1,543 206 410 265
West Virginia 511 489 5 17 Z
Wisconsin 1,613 1,445 60 103 6
Wyoming 158 145 <0.5 13 Z
United States, total 97,449 69,203 10,383 14,471 3,393

1 State fiscal years ending in 2005.

KEY: Z = Data not available, no activity, value of zero, or value too small to report.

NOTES: Data include transportation revenues collected by state and local governments, while the data reported in the last year's edition of the report were for state governments only. Data are for Fiscal Year 2005. The fiscal year for most states runs from July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2005. Fiscal Year 2005 for Alabama, the District of Columbia, and Michigan runs from October 1, 2004 to September 30, 2005. Fiscal Year 2005 for Texas runs from September 1, 2004 to August 31, 2005. The fiscal year for New York runs from April 1, 2004 to March 31, 2005.

Any agency that does not have a fiscal year that coincides with that of the state has the entirety of its revenues count toward the state fiscal year within which the agency's fiscal year ends. For example, if an airport authority's fiscal year ends November 30, 2005, the data would be reported for the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2006, and not the state fiscal year ending June 30, 2005.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, State and Local Government Finances, available at http://www.census.gov/govs/www/estimate.html as of Jan. 8, 2008.