Table 6-9: Transportation Revenues Collected by State and Local Governments: 2009

Table 6-9: Transportation Revenues Collected by State and Local Governments: 2009

(Millions of current dollars)

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State Total Highway2 Transit Air Water
Alabama 1,061 861 6 90 103
Alaska 321 150 5 107 57
Arizona 1,608 1,056 118 434 Z
Arkansas 698 632 3 61 2
California 12,522 7,081 1,864 2,323 1,255
Colorado 1,832 1,087 132 613 Z
Connecticut 822 736 44 41 1
Delaware 495 446 13 7 29
District of Columbia 874 76 798 Z Z
Florida 7,798 5,457 258 1,759 324
Georgia 2,211 1,181 137 665 228
Hawaii 797 398 47 279 73
Idaho 417 373 3 40 1
Illinois 5,850 3,960 837 1,054 Z
Indiana 1,322 1,133 40 141 8
Iowa 990 914 23 52 Z
Kansas 743 698 5 40 Z
Kentucky 1,147 909 22 193 22
Louisiana 1,014 736 23 125 130
Maine 454 414 3 36 1
Maryland 2,017 1,599 143 185 90
Massachusetts 2,927 1,707 613 531 75
Michigan 2,555 2,033 81 441 Z
Minnesota 1,750 1,405 19 310 16
Mississippi 639 560 1 41 37
Missouri 1,455 1,028 84 341 2
Montana 386 358 2 26 Z
Nebraska 532 470 5 56 Z
Nevada 1,064 557 81 426 Z
New Hampshire 392 352 4 36 Z
New Jersey 3,208 2,317 852 17 22
New Mexico 450 371 11 69 Z
New York 13,338 5,621 5,002 2,489 226
North Carolina 2,630 2,175 62 358 35
North Dakota 256 233 2 21 Z
Ohio 3,393 2,970 125 277 21
Oklahoma 1,352 1,245 8 93 5
Oregon 1,389 945 115 223 105
Pennsylvania 4,814 3,714 590 501 8
Rhode Island 294 191 34 68 1
South Carolina 1,075 830 13 96 137
South Dakota 200 188 1 11 Z
Tennessee 1,533 1,222 37 269 4
Texas 7,971 5,889 210 1,545 328
Utah 879 645 37 197 Z
Vermont 174 154 5 15 Z
Virginia 2,562 1,600 69 681 211
Washington 3,120 1,938 317 511 355
West Virginia 583 550 8 25 Z
Wisconsin 1,854 1,631 81 135 8
Wyoming 202 183 1 18 Z
United States, total 107,967 72,978 12,994 18,074 3,921

1State fiscal years ending in 2009.

2Highway Revenues include state and local government receipts from Motor fuel taxes, Motor vehicle license taxes, Motor vehicle operator license taxes, regular and toll highway charges, and receipts from parking facilities.

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

NOTES: Data are for fiscal year 2009. Most state government fiscal years end on June 30, except for four states with other ending dates: Alabama and Michigan (September 30), New York (March 31), and Texas (August 31). Not all agencies of a government necessarily have a fiscal period that coincides with the central organization. Totals for an individual government, in those instances, are the summation of finances for all agencies with a fiscal period ending between July 1, 2008, and June 30, 2009.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, State and Local Government Finances 2009, available at http://www.census.gov/govs/estimate/ as of April 27, 2012.