Table 7.12

Transportation Expenditures – Capital Inclusive (In millions of dollars)


  Actual Fiscal 2019 Actual Fiscal 2020 Estimated Fiscal 2021
FIPS State or other
jurisdiction
General
Fund
Federal
Funds
Other State
Funds
Bonds Total General
Fund
Federal
Funds
Other State
Funds
Bonds Total General
Fund
Federal
Funds
Other State
Funds
Bonds Total
Total$6,044$43,742$100,618$14,035

$164,439

$8,522$47,533$104,861$13,962$174,877$10,687$53,601$108,828$16,024$189,140
01Alabama01,041703281

2,025

09587491431,8500749551961,396
02Alaska2539102680

1,431

27795123701,46525591825801,431
04Arizona145881,848669

3,119

296372,1134053,18427021,9273502,981
05Arkansas15257610

1,287

14891,07801,56807811,20201,983
06California2274,57412,765976

18,542

2104,45014,13043519,2252386,04516,21157823,072
08Colorado06211,4900

2,111

16211,48302,10526301,34701,979
09Connecticut07031,6381,224

3,565

08001,7028913,39309901,7547153,459
10Delaware429268612

994

629975401,0595355724211,105
12Florida1732,3896,447349

9,358

762,2016,9593439,57902,5687,21953910,326
13Georgia1,8761,330197112

3,515

1,8741,5356451524,2061,9311,607981003,736
15Hawaii02851,561346

2,192

02081,2134211,84203691,1462851,800
16Idaho03194300

749

03723820754045264101,093
17Illinois6824,320298

4,706

01313,5835324,24605663,9121,0275,505
18Indiana481,0311,3240

2,403

449791,75802,781401,1621,78702,989
19Iowa05891,4750

2,064

06721,50702,17907941,58702,381
20Kansas0438495209

1,142

04497582081,41504891,1882081,885
21Kentucky108981,6020

2,510

79831,59002,58069981,47102,475
22Louisiana682261177

1,516

161,3877622182,383901,4297002702,489
23Maine (a)0203374124

701

82624331038062284366131783
24Maryland09434,0330

4,976

01,4753,92005,39501,7853,53805,323
25Massachusetts1476392,1641,248

4,198

1596982,2311,3454,4331277952,4131,6895,024
26Michigan (b)3571,2622,8983

4,520

121,7023,153444,91102,3273,3644976,188
27Minnesota2052723,518219

4,214

1753213,4263234,2451841,0653,6263215,196
28Mississippi0653516130

1,299

06234361301,18906245361451,305
29Missouri18781,9350

2,031

69762,00602,15162832,02802,173
30Montana394713630

873

4052039309534254743601,025
31Nebraska03455010

846

046755801,025048452701,011
32Nevada4648733112

1,497

03434270770328646363815
33New Hampshire124327710

531

22592691554532552609527
34New Jersey1,7682,0461,5882,142

7,544

1,9621,8191,4331,9067,1202,0431,7491,5322,6007,924
35New Mexico4878371732

1,580

138829743301,740210933816351,994
36New York6071,7065,1362,403

9,852

4581,6464,8512,2399,1944291,6335,1803,04710,289
37North Carolina01,4183,01075

4,503

01,7174,1935316,44101,2823,3058965,483
38North Dakota73313280

666

13330331067433413700714
39Ohio (c)141,4561,431513

3,414

491,5251,93803,512361,4741,69703,207
40Oklahoma063569285

1,412

0705768941,567073593161,672
41Oregon11421,7698

1,830

15352,45852,51334592,673212,787
42Pennsylvania21,9358,946203

11,086

2,2621,9296,25720310,6514,7302,7736,63417514,312
44Rhode Island0287261183

731

031829117578404042803231,007
45South Carolina157351,4540

2,204

08391,44802,28707571,23501,992
46South Dakota12823220

605

54743000779304553590844
47Tennessee (d)08896110

1,500

01,12055801,67801,04164201,683
48Texas (e)24,0267,356419

11,803

35,2178,6262713,873175,9058,985014,907
49Utah43861,067150

1,607

64531,4127172,588156241,66702,306
50Vermont02692641

534

0314257157203152472564
51Virginia411,2095,621118

6,989

01,1945,7131257,03201,0627,006678,135
53Washington25361,2211,304

3,063

34521,1381,4223,01523441,0311,3682,745
54West Virginia75007520

1,259

35349114331,88155478004401,792
55Wisconsin1261,0512,0330

3,210

1539522,04903,1541411,0032,05403,198
56Wyoming0261060

132

02610601320261040130
11Dist. of Columbia229220445287

1,181

4462374253461,453N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Source:

National Association of State Budget Officers, 2021 Expenditure Report.

Notes:

1. Small dollar amounts, when rounded, cause an aberration in the percentage increase. In these instances, the actual dollar amounts should be consulted to determine the exact percentage increase.

2. “State funds” refers to general funds plus other state fund spending. State spending from bonds is excluded.

3. “Total funds” refers to funding from all sources — general fund, federal funds, other state funds and bonds. For all states, Medicaid reflects provider taxes, fees, assessments, donations, and local funds in Other State Funds.

Key:

N/A — Not available.

Footnotes:

(a)

Highway Fund revenues declined at the end of FY20 and into FY21 as a result of COVID. Highway Fund revenue (fuels tax, etc.) is Maine’s primary source of non-federal transportation revenue. Consequently, Transportation expenditures were reduced and/or other revenue sources including General Fund, Bond Funds and federal COVID relief funds designated for transportation were used to cover expenses. This can be seen in the Capital expenditures section as well.

(b)

New revenue bonds support increased transportation spending for road improvements.

(c)

While employer contributions to current employees’ pensions and employer contributions to employee health benefits are included in the expenditure totals, agencies do not receive specific appropriations for these purposes. The Ohio Department of Public Safety and the Ohio Public Utilities Commission are responsible for truck enforcement/regulatory programs. A portion of spending by the Ohio Public Works Commission to retire debt for local road and bridge projects is not included in road assistance subsidy programs for local government.

(d)

Bond estimates represent bond authorizations, while actual bonds represent bond proceeds utilized.

(e)

Port authority operations are outside of TXDOT.