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Table 6-9: Transportation Revenues Collected by State and Local Governments: 2012

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(Millions of current   dollars)

State Total Highway1 Transit Air Water
Alabama 1,118 868 6 99 145
Alaska 371 190 7 115 58
Arizona 1,661 1,099 116 446 Z
Arkansas 705 630 3 68 3
California 16,188 10,176 1,987 2,737 1,289
Colorado 2,232 1,301 140 791 Z
Connecticut 859 758 54 46 1
Delaware 510 453 17 6 34
District of Columbia 997 93 904 Z Z
Florida 8,495 5,887 303 1,915 390
Georgia 2,532 1,368 174 707 284
Hawaii 1,064 530 59 380 94
Idaho 442 407 3 30 2
Illinois 5,948 3,904 907 1,118 19
Indiana 1,452 1,215 46 180 11
Iowa 1,103 1,012 25 66 <0.5
Kansas 786 739 6 41 Z
Kentucky 1,309 1,057 22 209 20
Louisiana 1,089 767 27 137 158
Maine 511 469 3 35 3
Maryland 2,186 1,752 168 211 55
Massachusetts 2,881 1,589 604 605 83
Michigan 2,616 2,070 85 458 2
Minnesota 1,983 1,617 21 334 11
Mississippi 648 562 1 51 33
Missouri 1,470 1,044 73 351 3
Montana 417 382 3 31 1
Nebraska 634 567 6 61 Z
Nevada 1,031 553 78 400 Z
New Hampshire 444 400 4 39 Z
New Jersey 3,733 2,707 986 20 19
New Mexico 462 365 15 82 Z
New York 15,415 6,799 5,640 2,690 287
North Carolina 3,057 2,543 74 408 32
North Dakota 362 339 4 19 Z
Ohio 3,275 2,834 131 280 30
Oklahoma 1,466 1,358 13 86 8
Oregon 1,603 1,159 126 242 76
Pennsylvania 5,309 4,179 599 520 11
Rhode Island 288 196 33 56 3
South Carolina 1,091 831 17 112 132
South Dakota 240 226 2 12 Z
Tennessee 1,600 1,272 38 286 4
Texas 8,868 6,631 292 1,575 369
Utah 813 574 47 192 Z
Vermont 205 182 5 18 Z
Virginia 2,951 1,660 116 875 299
Washington 3,411 2,039 417 527 428
West Virginia 545 499 11 34 Z
Wisconsin 1,923 1,676 84 153 10
Wyoming 184 162 1 22 Z
United States, total 120,481 81,692 14,505 19,876 4,408

1Highway revenues include state and local government receipts from motor fuel taxes and motor vehicle 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 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