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Highways Local Expenditures in 2014

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600010,252,524
2New York360006,166,785
3Texas480004,581,787
4Illinois170003,246,364
5Florida120002,934,552
6Ohio390002,348,404
7Minnesota270002,303,992
8Pennsylvania420002,277,918
9Wisconsin550002,225,696
10Michigan260002,068,590
11Washington530001,729,244
12Colorado080001,524,937
13Georgia130001,383,165
14New Jersey340001,218,865
15Missouri290001,112,864
16Maryland240001,090,596
17Virginia510001,083,399
18Iowa190001,079,998
19Massachusetts250001,026,878
20Oregon41000932,026
21Tennessee47000921,870
22Arizona04000837,096
23Indiana18000816,875
24Oklahoma40000801,099
25Kansas20000784,921
26District of Columbia11000767,495
27Alabama01000724,300
28Louisiana22000718,510
29Nevada32000703,545
30Connecticut09000655,995
31Mississippi28000634,230
32North Dakota38000608,751
33North Carolina37000566,477
34Nebraska31000515,636
35Kentucky21000513,760
36Arkansas05000485,110
37South Carolina45000432,891
38New Mexico35000396,880
39Utah49000385,729
40South Dakota46000354,943
41Idaho16000323,581
42Alaska02000298,595
43Maine23000297,903
44Hawaii15000295,033
45New Hampshire33000280,072
46Montana30000223,565
47Vermont50000222,476
48Wyoming56000205,640
49Delaware10000131,828
50Rhode Island44000122,893
51West Virginia5400095,106

Data Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

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