Table 6-9: Transportation Revenues Collected by State and Local Governments: 2010(1)

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(Millions of current dollars)

State Total Highway2 Transit Air Water
Alabama 1,088 881 6 94 106
Alaska 358 176 6 115 61
Arizona 1,520 1,025 110 385 Z
Arkansas 692 630 3 56 2
California 12,819 7,290 1,894 2,338 1,298
Colorado 2,127 1,241 147 739 Z
Connecticut 838 751 43 43 1
Delaware 487 436 15 8 28
District of Columbia 839 71 768 Z Z
Florida 8,045 5,771 257 1,666 352
Georgia 2,202 1,170 147 647 238
Hawaii 839 396 50 321 72
Idaho 411 379 4 28 1
Illinois 6,695 4,901 817 977 Z
Indiana 1,431 1,227 39 157 8
Iowa 1,030 956 24 50 Z
Kansas 749 707 5 38 Z
Kentucky 1,148 928 21 190 9
Louisiana 1,045 756 24 133 132
Maine 504 463 3 38 1
Maryland 2,034 1,621 152 195 67
Massachusetts 2,701 1,467 608 554 72
Michigan 2,533 2,040 81 412 Z
Minnesota 1,870 1,514 19 322 15
Mississippi 614 526 1 50 37
Missouri 1,446 1,033 70 341 2
Montana 401 372 2 23 5
Nebraska 562 506 4 51 Z
Nevada 1,027 544 74 409 Z
New Hampshire 498 453 4 41 Z
New Jersey 3,565 2,669 862 16 18
New Mexico 470 382 11 77 Z
New York 13,734 6,020 4,978 2,511 224
North Carolina 2,617 2,176 57 351 33
North Dakota 274 253 2 19 Z
Ohio 3,367 2,970 127 255 14
Oklahoma 1,367 1,255 8 97 6
Oregon 1,426 1,006 108 222 90
Pennsylvania 4,860 3,743 573 522 22
Rhode Island 290 197 28 65 1
South Carolina 1,069 842 16 97 113
South Dakota 208 197 1 10 Z
Tennessee 1,550 1,234 35 276 5
Texas 7,924 5,927 230 1,483 284
Utah 886 679 38 169 Z
Vermont 197 179 4 14 Z
Virginia 2,554 1,523 98 729 204
Washington 3,126 1,978 339 465 345
West Virginia 530 496 10 24 Z
Wisconsin 1,885 1,648 81 147 10
Wyoming 145 128 1 17 Z
United States, total 110,597 75,729 13,006 17,987 3,875

1State fiscal years ending in 2010.

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 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.