Table 6-8: Transportation Expenditures by State and Local Governments: 2010(1)

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(Millions of current dollars)

State Total Highway Transit Air Water
Alabama 2,575 2,134 66 242 133
Alaska 2,044 1,745 51 100 148
Arizona 4,023 2,646 837 540 Z
Arkansas 1,407 1,274 28 101 5
California 31,939 16,848 9,905 3,724 1,462
Colorado 4,007 2,520 790 697 Z
Connecticut 2,319 1,639 620 58 2
Delaware 804 642 125 7 29
District of Columbia 2,624 590 2,034 Z Z
Florida 13,418 8,865 1,451 2,332 769
Georgia 5,289 3,455 752 935 146
Hawaii 1,451 752 333 320 46
Idaho 1,054 973 19 60 2
Illinois 13,309 8,292 3,720 1,297 Z
Indiana 3,203 2,741 171 278 13
Iowa 2,543 2,330 99 114 Z
Kansas 1,836 1,717 36 83 Z
Kentucky 2,661 2,316 200 132 12
Louisiana 3,584 2,900 204 227 253
Maine 933 842 15 70 5
Maryland 4,645 3,170 1,117 220 138
Massachusetts 5,295 2,557 2,213 436 90
Michigan 4,953 3,780 601 572 Z
Minnesota 4,376 3,751 268 340 17
Mississippi 1,859 1,702 14 92 51
Missouri 4,176 3,224 574 374 4
Montana 1,019 929 32 53 5
Nebraska 1,398 1,248 35 115 Z
Nevada 2,084 1,455 313 317 Z
New Hampshire 812 747 16 48 <0.5
New Jersey 6,956 4,121 2,745 48 42
New Mexico 1,487 1,239 131 117 Z
New York 32,148 10,744 18,886 2,214 304
North Carolina 4,453 3,445 478 477 53
North Dakota 882 816 8 58 Z
Ohio 6,051 4,841 826 353 31
Oklahoma 2,745 2,534 95 111 5
Oregon 3,362 2,141 663 394 164
Pennsylvania 11,742 8,650 2,484 539 69
Rhode Island 702 396 159 144 3
South Carolina 2,039 1,680 83 143 131
South Dakota 849 784 13 51 Z
Tennessee 2,951 2,255 246 446 4
Texas 15,422 10,415 2,746 1,804 457
Utah 2,932 1,902 826 204 Z
Vermont 631 531 56 44 <0.5
Virginia 5,266 3,295 534 1,178 259
Washington 7,314 4,322 2,041 494 458
West Virginia 1,355 1,245 52 58 <0.5
Wisconsin 4,287 3,647 371 252 18
Wyoming 884 763 4 117 Z
United States, total 246,096 157,550 60,089 23,129 5,329

1State fiscal years ending in 2010.

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

NOTES: Data are for fiscal year 2010. 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, 2009, and June 30, 2010. Details may not add to totals due to rounding and values that are too small to report.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, State and Local Government Finance, available at www.census.gov/govs/estimate as of March 2013.