Colorado by the Numbers: Disposition of State Motor-Fuel Tax Receipts, 1995

 
COMPILED FROM REPORTS                                                                                                                                                                                       TABLE MF-3
OF STATE AUTHORITIES                                                                (THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS)                                                                                                OCTOBER 1996
                                                     
                                                    |______FOR STATE ADMINISTERED HIGHWAYS 4/_______|____FOR LOCAL ROADS AND STREETS__|             |____________FOR GENERAL AND NONHIGHWAY PURPOSES__________________|
                               FOR                  |                                               |                                 |             |    LOCAL             ___TO STATE GENERAL FUND________|          |
              RECEIPTS      COLLECTING              |   CAPITAL      HIGHWAY                        |    DIRECT    TRANSFERS          |   FOR MASS  |   GENERAL    STATE   |            OFFSET BY          |          |
STATE       AVAILABLE FOR   MOTOR-FUEL   NET FUNDS  |   OUTLAY,        LAW        DEBT              |    EXPEND-   TO LOCAL           |   TRANSIT   |   AND NON-    NON-   |  STATE   GENERAL FUNDS        |          |
            DISTRIBUTION      TAXES     DISTRIBUTED | MAINTENANCE    ENFORCE-   SERVICE     TOTAL   |    ITURES     GOVERN-     TOTAL |   PURPOSES  |   HIGHWAY   HIGHWAY  |  GENERAL   SPENT FOR    NET   |   TOTAL  |
                 1/          AND FEES        3/     | AND ADMINIS-     MENT                         |   BY STATE     MENTS            |             |   PURPOSES  PURPOSES | PURPOSES    HIGHWAYS          |          |
                                2/                  |   TRATION     AND SAFETY                      |                                 |             |      5/        6/    |                 7/            |          | 
 
Arizona          454,526       3,452       451,074       33,072       26,616    130,628     190,316        151    259,929    260,080         -              -         678        -           -         -          678
Colorado         427,204         -         427,204      240,407       29,810        -       270,217         -     156,779    156,779        208             -          -         -           -         -           -
Idaho            149,905       1,724       148,181       71,812        8,264        -        80,076     14,327     52,947     67,274        831             -          -         -           -         -           -
Montana          147,985         -         147,985       65,012       18,018     46,904     129,934         -      16,882     16,882      1,169             -          -         -           -         -           -
Nevada           216,865       1,281       215,584      129,333       14,167     26,187     169,687        459     45,406     45,865         32             -          -         -           -         -           -
New Mexico       245,311         -         245,311      142,051       21,216      2,765     166,032     21,545     17,340     38,885        102          15,596    14,145     17,561      (7,010)   10,551     40,292
Utah             201,672         970       200,702      132,986        5,155        -       138,141     15,313     47,150     62,463         -              -          98        -           -         -           98
Wyoming           48,589         642        47,947       26,241        6,969        -        33,210      3,313     10,872     14,185        484             -          68        -           -         -           68
 
USA           26,755,606     211,180    26,544,426   13,191,615    1,536,557  2,036,087  16,764,259  1,307,637  6,002,874  7,310,511  1,401,476          15,596   852,861  1,016,100    (816,377)  199,723  1,068,180
 


Notes:
1/ See table MF-1 for details of receipts. Differences between amounts shown and the adjusted net gallonage receipts shown on Table MF-1, column (7) are due to timing differences and funds in transit.
2/ Includes some estimates.
3/ The distributions shown include both specific dedications and the prorated share of motor-fuel tax distributions from common funds with multiple revenue sources.
4/ Includes expenditures for county roads under State control.
5/ Some allocations for local general purposes may have been used in part for highways.
6/ Includes only allocations for specific nonhighway purposes.
7/ Gross allocations of highway-user revenues to State general funds were reduced by appropriations for highways from State general funds. These amounts are included with allocations for State highway purposes.
8/ In these States, most highway-user revenues are placed in the State general fund. For a discussion of general fund States' financing, see "Highway Finance" text under "Funds Attributable to Highway Users."


Source: Highway Statistics, 1995, section 1, "Motor Fuel,", "Disposition of State Motor-Fuel Tax Receipts, 1995, MF-3," prepared by the U.S. Dept. of Transportion, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Highway Information Management.
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