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Colorado

$0

$0

$0

$0

$21,800,000

Connecticut

$87,614,575

$113,241,041

$163,266,135

$206,440,541

$225,605,428

Delaware

$7,406,200

NR

$35,685,145

$72,600,000

$67,180,200

DC

$115,007,775

$123,051,000

NR

$212,050,288

$212,146,507

Florida

$23,214,100

$89,510,720

$92,724,263

$149,738,231

$176,391,501

Georgia

$1,295,589

$1,892,582

$306,393,067

$8,222,757

$4,695,983

Hawaii

$350,000

$0

$0

$0

$0

Idaho

$0

$0

$136,000

$312,000

$312,000

Illinois

$266,813,600

$264,992,700

$467,622,300

$445,600,000

$489,200,000

Indiana

$16,623,895

NR

$29,201,270

$37,046,940

$40,214,028

Iowa

$5,367,893

$7,464,513

$10,411,432

$10,140,000

$10,842,863

Kansas

$390,000

$1,000,000

$6,000,000

$6,000,000

$6,000,000

Kentucky

$468,098

$612,196

NR

$1,400,000

$1,700,000

Louisiana

$3,000,000

NR

NR

$4,962,500

$4,962,500

Maine

$1,949,042

$392,000

$420,000

$1,555,000

$505,000

Maryland

$271,066,348

$349,848,000

$273,843,580

$727,433,000

$811,485,000

Massachusetts

$357,508,623

$531,895,787

$771,356,465

$1,197,137,541

$1,217,790,879

Michigan

$132,816,959

$124,400,599

$187,197,690

$195,149,300

$200,984,058

Minnesota

$38,071,015

$47,988,633

$80,289,455

$254,527,000

$295,853,000

Mississippi

$32,040

$0

$115,185

$800,000

$1,600,000

Missouri

$0

$1,495,000

$17,029,357

$6,600,000

$6,800,000

Montana

$71,250

$75,000

$75,000

$415,197

$740,891

Nebraska

$1,500,000

$1,529,843

$1,539,135

$1,500,000

$1,500,000

Nevada

$320,000

$437,748

NR

$95,000

$92,000

New Hampshire

$1,166,756

$12,208

$0

$225,000

$588,000

New Jersey

$235,225,000

$458,704,000

$509,237,000

$910,584,000

$847,052,000

New Mexico

$0

NR

$0

$2,830,000

$35,650,000

New York

$1,422,752,000

$1,356,600,000

$1,926,571,085

$2,169,005,000

$2,573,088,000

North Carolina

$5,934,875

$22,138,279

$38,246,921

$111,724,897

$66,466,447

North Dakota

$0

$761,329

$1,665,933

$2,203,657

$2,203,657

Ohio

$32,350,882

$29,232,523

$42,348,466

$18,300,000

$16,300,000

Oklahoma

$259,042

$951,497

$3,530,125

$3,250,000

$3,250,000

Oregon

$6,933,258

$44,689,000

$15,553,262

$26,140,529

$35,983,883

Pennsylvania

$425,666,677

$628,400,000

$731,800,000

$835,223,000

$822,826,000

Rhode Island

$15,253,694

$19,121,259

$36,822,442

$34,847,617

$47,182,752

South Carolina

NR

$4,140,384

$4,234,189

$5,943,000

$7,400,004

South Dakota

$0

$300,000

$397,061

$1,891,229

$750,000

Tennessee

$9,860,000

$12,458,000

$22,291,000

$34,196,000

$38,050,000

Texas

$8,831,085

$17,200,000

$27,945,051

$29,741,067

$28,741,067

Utah

NR

$139,929

$0

$0

$0

Vermont

$668,644

$860,917

NR

$6,266,976

$5,746,599

Virginia

$73,555,000

$78,248,186

$163,959,344

$157,600,000

$267,556,000

Washington

$2,220,900

$6,434,900

$84,455,509

$30,423,000

$39,338,803

West Virginia

$1,261,903

$1,537,898

$1,395,489

$2,258,342

$2,258,342

Wisconsin

$53,439,491

$77,321,415

$100,448,100

$109,438,341

$113,411,541

Wyoming

$0

$976,736

NR

$2,955,511

$2,388,281

TOTALS

$3,742,211,127

$4,760,994,970

$7,499,314,371

$9,517,290,604

$11,065,597,728

According to the Survey of State Funding for Public Transportation, states’ provided $11.1 billion in funding for transit in Fiscal Year 2006. This compares to $8.1 billion in funding provided by the Federal Transit Administration in the U.S. Department of Transportation that same year. The $11.1 billion in state funding for FY 2006 is more than double the $4.8 billion provided by the states in FY 1995. The most used sources of funding for transit in FY 2006 in the states and the District of Columbia included:

  • Gas tax 19 states

  • General fund 12 states

  • Motor vehicle/rental car sales taxes 10 states

  • Bond proceeds 10 states

  • Registration/title/license fees 10 states

  • General sales tax 9 states

About 57 percent of the state funding designated for transit in FY 2006 went for operating assistance only, about 21 per cent was for capital purposes only, and 16 percent could be used for capital or operating purposes. The remaining six percent went to other purposes. State Transit Funding Trends

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