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Table 6-8: Transportation Expenditures by State and Local Governments: 2012

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(Millions of   current dollars)

State Total Highway Transit Air Water
Alabama 2,649 2,265 77 185 123
Alaska 1,813 1,285 60 362 106
Arizona 3,595 2,343 670 582 Z
Arkansas 1,583 1,444 28 108 4
California 32,312 17,080 10,452 3,519 1,261
Colorado 3,543 2,410 581 550 2
Connecticut 2,517 1,742 716 57 2
Delaware 898 724 136 7 32
District of Columbia 2,832 548 2,284 Z Z
Florida 12,221 8,110 1,696 1,961 454
Georgia 4,887 3,110 792 727 259
Hawaii 1,593 605 647 284 58
Idaho 951 881 17 51 2
Illinois 12,226 7,250 3,757 1,202 16
Indiana 3,209 2,842 185 166 17
Iowa 2,626 2,405 113 109 <0.5
Kansas 1,928 1,810 47 71 Z
Kentucky 2,903 2,577 143 163 19
Louisiana 3,619 2,766 222 289 342
Maine 999 893 16 69 21
Maryland 6,728 5,123 1,259 246 99
Massachusetts 5,718 2,627 2,449 557 85
Michigan 4,432 3,350 612 464 5
Minnesota 4,225 3,638 184 368 36
Mississippi 1,933 1,738 16 107 72
Missouri 3,760 2,962 449 342 7
Montana 1,161 1,058 35 67 1
Nebraska 1,375 1,229 40 106 Z
Nevada 2,698 1,686 361 651 Z
New Hampshire 824 750 15 59 <0.5
New Jersey 6,730 4,246 2,401 67 16
New Mexico 1,266 1,044 135 87 Z
New York 32,310 10,368 19,762 1,767 413
North Carolina 4,919 3,955 562 372 31
North Dakota 1,363 1,296 13 54 Z
Ohio 6,613 5,409 736 449 20
Oklahoma 2,550 2,330 72 138 11
Oregon 3,086 1,878 821 225 162
Pennsylvania 11,914 8,894 2,403 435 182
Rhode Island 647 441 150 53 3
South Carolina 1,985 1,585 91 160 148
South Dakota 1,016 949 10 58 Z
Tennessee 3,138 2,489 254 384 11
Texas 16,030 11,348 2,783 1,528 371
Utah 2,696 1,962 624 111 Z
Vermont 733 678 24 31 Z
Virginia 6,545 4,248 523 1,378 396
Washington 7,528 4,153 2,432 447 496
West Virginia 1,412 1,301 50 60 1
Wisconsin 4,499 3,874 363 247 15
Wyoming 823 761 3 59 Z
United States, total 249,562 160,459 62,270 21,533 5,300

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

NOTES: Data are for fiscal year 2012. 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, 2011, and June 30, 2012. 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/local as of July 2015.

Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017