Table 4-5 Government Transportation Revenues: 1995, 2000, 2007–2009
Millions of current dollars
|Total, All Modes||93,698||127,295||162,821||162,385||155,729|
|State and local||63,220||80,157||108,365||110,332||105,775|
|State and local||44,516||55,289||73,236||73,384||69,235|
|State and local||8,206||11,691||17,390||18,218||17,327|
|State and local||1,923||2,507||3,866||4,139||3,921|
aIncludes both Highway and Transit Accounts of the Highway Trust Fund (HTF) and other receipts from motor fuel and motor vehicle taxes not deposited in the HTF.
bIncludes state and local government only.
cIncludes Federal only.
dReceipts from aviation user and aviation security fees also included.
eIncludes Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund, St. Lawrence Seaway tolls, Inland Waterway Trust Fund, Panama Canal receipts through 2000, Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund, Offshore Oil Pollution Fund, Deep Water Port Liability Fund, and excise taxes of the Boat Safety Program.
NOTES: Government transportation revenue consists of money collected by govenrments from transportation user charges and taxes to finance transportation program. The revenue of a transportation mode includes all transportation revenues designated to that mode regardless of the sources or instruments from which the revenues are collected. Tolls from highways, bridges, and tunnels, etc., designated for transit use are counted as transit revenue.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Government Transportation Financial Statistics 2012. Available at http://apps.bts.gov/publications/government_transportation_financial_sta... as of January 2013.