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Highway Spending by State 2010

Revenues Used for


Total Public
Spending per
Highways (thousands)
Rank Road Mileage
Mile
Rank Population
United States
$202,906,838
4,067,077
$49,890.09
313,914,040
2,296,340
101,575
Alabama
25
$21,788.54
40
4,822,023
1,134,387
16,303
Alaska
39
$69,582.34
12
731,449
3,495,279
64,308
Arizona
18
$54,351.81
16
6,553,255
1,555,064
100,068
Arkansas
36
$15,540.02
47
2,949,131
26,030,565
172,139
California
1
$151,218.59
3
38,041,430
3,199,993
88,353
Colorado
22
$36,218.34
31
5,187,582
1,914,229
21,391
Connecticut
31
$89,488.74
8
3,590,347
955,990
6,337
Delaware
45
$150,853.73
4
917,092
9,834,371
121,702
Florida
4
$80,807.04
9
19,317,568
4,921,107
122,917
Georgia
10
$40,036.12
28
9,919,945
997,145
4,395
Hawaii
43
$226,906.90
1
1,392,313
1,081,934
48,771
Idaho
40
$22,184.14
38
1,595,728
7,124,786
139,519
$51,066.79
18
12,875,255
Illinois
6
4,370,858
96,988
Indiana
14
$45,066.15
23
6,537,334
2,231,802
114,383
Iowa
26
$19,511.69
42
3,074,186
2,198,290
140,653
Kansas
27
$15,629.17
46
2,885,905
2,618,539
79,184
Kentucky
23
$33,069.10
32
4,380,415
3,283,917
61,327
Louisiana
21
$53,547.35
17
4,601,893
1,070,208
22,864
Maine
41
$46,808.08
20
1,329,192
3,315,338
31,526
Maryland
19
$105,161.65
7
5,884,563
3,861,510
36,248
Massachusetts
17
$106,530.83
6
6,646,144
4,897,011
121,969
Michigan
11
$40,149.75
27
9,883,360
4,004,575
138,164
Minnesota
16
$28,984.24
35
5,379,139
1,598,691
75,080
Mississippi
33
$21,293.03
41
2,984,926
3,297,192
130,360
Missouri
20
$25,293.06
36
6,021,988
1,000,551
74,793
Montana
42
$13,377.57
48
1,005,141
1,567,230
93,653
Nebraska
35
$16,734.39
45
1,855,525
35,061
1,589,981
34
$45,348.84
22
2,758,931
Nevada
991,933
16,085
New Hampshire
44
$61,669.82
14
1,320,718
6,874,160
39,242
New Jersey
7
$175,174.94
2
8,864,590
1,211,774
68,378
New Mexico
38
$17,721.73
44
2,085,538
12,727,374
114,574
New York
3
$111,084.48
5
19,570,261
4,154,883
105,653
North Carolina
15
$39,325.72
30
9,752,073
716,595
86,842
North Dakota
48
$8,251.71
50
699,628
5,627,937
123,192
Ohio
8
$45,684.31
21
11,544,225
2,068,513
112,873
Oklahoma
28
$18,326.02
43
3,814,820
2,356,796
59,151
Oregon
24
$39,843.80
29
3,899,353
8,474,499
119,685
Pennsylvania
5
$70,806.40
11 12,763,536
463,588
6,490
Rhode Island
49
$71,431.39
10
1,050,292
1,503,996
66,024
South Carolina
37
$22,779.64
37
4,723,723
751,907
82,447
South Dakota
47
$9,119.90
49
833,354
94,207
2,060,595
29
$21,873.07
39
6,456,243
Tennessee
15,449,818
311,249
Texas
2
$49,638.05
19
26,059,203
1,976,186
45,124
Utah
30
$43,794.82
24
2,855,287
440,996
14,437
Vermont
50
$30,546.77
33
626,011
4,519,469
74,378
Virginia
13
$60,763.51
15
8,185,867
5,184,420
83,822
Washington
9
$61,850.09
13
6,897,012
1,617,565
38,625
West Virginia
32
$41,878.70
26
1,855,413
4,874,241
114,963
Wisconsin
12
$42,398.35
25
5,726,398
817,724
28,105
Wyoming
46
$29,095.34
34
576,412
Source: Federal Highway Administration, www.fhwa.dot.gov/policyinformation/, Table HF-1, Table HM-20.
U.S. Census, www.census.gov, Population Estimates
State

Prepared by the Commonwealth Foundation, www.CommonwealthFoundation.org

Spending Rank
per capita
$646.38
$476.22
46
$1,550.88
1
$533.37
39
$527.30
41
$684.27
21
$616.86
26
$533.16
40
$1,042.41
3
$509.09
42
$496.08
43
$716.18
17
$678.02
22
$553.37
34
$668.60
23
$725.98
16
$761.73
12
$597.78
28
$713.60
18
$805.16
10
$563.40
33
$581.02
31
$495.48
44
$744.46
15
$535.59
38
$547.53
36
$995.43
5
$844.63
9
$576.30
32
$751.06
14
$775.46
11
$581.04
30
$650.34
25
$426.05
48
$1,024.25
4
$487.51
45
$542.23
37
$604.41
27
$663.96
24
$441.39
47
$318.39
50
$902.27
6
$319.16
49
$592.87
29
$692.11
20
$704.45
19
$552.11
35
$751.69
13
$871.81
7
$851.19
8
$1,418.65
2