Table 3-26a. Federal Transportation-Related Revenues, Fiscal Year (Current $ millions)
|Airport/airway trust funda||2,274||3,598||4,945||6,206||5,918||6,096||6,027||6,291||3,128||4,488||8,654|
|Highway trust fund|
|Mass transit account||X||1,420||1,977||3,149||1,816||2,735||2,691||2,813||3,282||3,819||4,269|
|Pipeline safety fund||X||X||10||11||14||15||19||35||31||30||29|
|Emergency preparedness fund||X||X||X||X||3||10||7||7||7||7||8|
a The tax requirement that allows for the 10% passenger ticket tax and certain other taxes paid by airport and airway users to be transferred
to the Airport and Airway Trust Fund expired on Dec. 31, 1995; it was reenacted in August 1996; but expired again in December 1996.
b Beginning in 1983, a portion of the fuel tax credited to the Highway Trust Fund is earmarked for transit.
c Water receipts include the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund, St. Lawrence Seaway tolls, the Inland Waterway Trust Fund, Panama Canal receipts, and the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund. 1998 Panama Canal receipts are estimates.
KEY: R = revised; X = no activity or a value of zero.
NOTE: Numbers my not add to totals due to rounding.
1980: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Transportation Receipts and Outlays in the Federal Budget,
Fiscal Years 1977-94 (Washington, DC: April 1997), table C-1.
1985-95: Ibid., Government Transportation Financial Statistics: Fiscal Years 1985-95, Internet site www.bts.gov, table A-2.
1996-98: U.S. Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the United States Government, Appendix (Washington, DC: Annual issues).