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1021. Federal Grants to State and Local Governments for Highway Trust Fund and Federal Transit Administration (FTA), by State

[Year ending Sept. 30]

 
Highway trust fund FTA 2
State FIPS Total Total
code (mil. dol.) Per capita 1 (mil. dol.) Per capita 1
 
 
  U.S 1996 3 00000 19,544 72.6 4,885 18.2
 
Alabama 01000 257 60.0 15 3.5
Alaska 02000 231 380.1 7 12.0
Arizona 04000 230 51.9 22 5.0
Arkansas 05000 204 81.4 9 3.6
California 06000 1,523 47.8 755 23.7
Colorado 08000 275 72.0 22 5.8
Connecticut 09000 311 95.1 65 19.8
Delaware 10000 74 101.8 13 18.0
District of Columbia 11000 63 116.0 329 606.7
Florida 12000 610 42.4 140 9.7
Georgia 13000 406 55.3 100 13.6
Hawaii 15000 177 149.6 16 13.6
Idaho 16000 122 102.4 5 4.1
Illinois 17000 601 50.7 338 28.5
Indiana 18000 325 55.7 34 5.9
Iowa 19000 230 80.8 16 5.6
Kansas 20000 208 80.9 7 2.6
Kentucky 21000 192 49.4 16 4.1
Louisiana 22000 256 58.8 31 7.2
Maine 23000 86 69.5 7 5.3
Maryland 24000 315 62.0 117 23.0
Massachusetts 25000 1,005 164.9 340 55.8
Michigan 26000 441 46.0 69 7.1
Minnesota 27000 242 51.9 24 5.2
Mississippi 28000 182 67.2 6 2.2
Missouri 29000 324 60.6 52 9.6
Montana 30000 178 202.7 3 3.1
Nebraska 31000 143 86.8 5 2.9
Nevada 32000 106 66.0 13 8.0
New Hampshire 33000 78 67.1 4 3.4
New Jersey 34000 514 64.4 360 45.1
New Mexico 35000 167 97.3 9 5.1
New York 36000 980 53.9 879 48.4
North Carolina 37000 265 36.2 30 4.1
North Dakota 38000 94 145.5 2 2.7
Ohio 39000 687 61.5 102 9.2
Oklahoma 40000 211 63.9 14 4.1
Oregon 41000 214 66.7 173 54.0
Pennsylvania 42000 686 56.9 284 23.6
Rhode Island 44000 117 118.2 14 14.4
South Carolina 45000 207 55.9 18 5.0
South Dakota 46000 138 188.1 2 2.6
Tennessee 47000 348 65.5 26 5.0
Texas 48000 1,074 56.2 210 11.0
Utah 49000 143 71.3 28 14.2
Vermont 50000 81 137.9 4 7.3
Virginia 51000 340 50.9 39 5.8
Washington 53000 332 60.1 35 6.3
West Virginia 54000 156 85.4 8 4.2
Wisconsin 55000 283 54.8 47 9.2
Wyoming 56000 123 256.4 1 3.0
 
  Highway trust fund FTA 2
 
State FIPS Total Total
  code (mil. dol.) Per capita 1 (mil. dol.) Per capita 1
 
 
  U.S 1997 3 00000 20,467 75.4 4,555 16.8
 
Alabama 01000 299 69.3 10 2.4
Alaska 02000 240 394.0 2 2.9
Arizona 04000 334 73.2 35 7.7
Arkansas 05000 285 113.1 9 3.6
California 06000 2,097 65.0 675 20.9
Colorado 08000 207 53.3 20 5.2
Connecticut 09000 368 112.7 72 21.9
Delaware 10000 86 116.9 6 7.6
District of Columbia 11000 94 178.0 117 220.6
Florida 12000 736 50.3 154 10.5
Georgia 13000 473 63.2 119 15.8
Hawaii 15000 207 174.2 10 8.1
Idaho 16000 161 133.0 4 3.2
Illinois 17000 704 59.1 281 23.6
Indiana 18000 429 73.1 40 6.8
Iowa 19000 229 80.3 20 6.9
Kansas 20000 186 71.7 5 2.1
Kentucky 21000 293 74.9 16 4.1
Louisiana 22000 256 58.8 48 11.1
Maine 23000 118 94.9 3 2.8
Maryland 24000 419 82.3 90 17.6
Massachusetts 25000 1,025 167.5 225 36.8
Michigan 26000 605 61.9 68 6.9
Minnesota 27000 302 64.5 13 2.7
Mississippi 28000 195 71.4 7 2.6
Missouri 29000 444 82.2 62 11.5
Montana 30000 171 195.1 3 2.9
Nebraska 31000 167 101.0 6 3.3
Nevada 32000 148 88.5 22 13.3
New Hampshire 33000 105 89.3 3 2.9
New Jersey 34000 644 80.0 352 43.7
New Mexico 35000 201 116.3 11 6.6
New York 36000 1,201 66.2 752 41.4
North Carolina 37000 448 60.3 35 4.8
North Dakota 38000 141 220.5 4 6.8
Ohio 39000 763 68.2 94 8.4
Oklahoma 40000 270 81.4 13 4.0
Oregon 41000 340 104.7 164 50.6
Pennsylvania 42000 934 77.7 256 21.3
Rhode Island 44000 106 107.4 7 7.1
South Carolina 45000 252 67.0 10 2.8
South Dakota 46000 146 197.3 5 6.6
Tennessee 47000 378 70.5 40 7.4
Texas 48000 1,179 60.7 173 8.9
Utah 49000 153 74.4 43 20.9
Vermont 50000 89 151.6 7 12.5
Virginia 51000 442 65.6 37 5.5
Washington 53000 467 83.2 92 16.3
West Virginia 54000 219 120.3 13 7.1
Wisconsin 55000 329 63.7 40 7.7
Wyoming 56000 134 279.2 1 2.9



1 Based on Bureau of the Census resident population as of July 1, 1994, excluding population of the territories (260,341).
2 Federal Transit Administration.


3 Does not include amounts for territories and U.S. undistributed.

Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census, Federal Expenditures by State for Fiscal Year, annual. http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/ohim/ohimstat.htm



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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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