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Highways Local Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600012,595,552
2New York360006,963,953
3Texas480006,528,361
4Florida120003,983,201
5Minnesota270003,693,771
6Michigan260003,675,641
7Illinois170003,446,002
8Pennsylvania420002,866,894
9Ohio390002,767,578
10Washington530002,524,538
11Virginia510002,310,168
12Colorado080002,028,818
13Wisconsin550001,992,671
14Georgia130001,942,426
15Arizona040001,656,067
16New Jersey340001,420,725
17Iowa190001,399,925
18Nevada320001,379,235
19Missouri290001,359,426
20Oregon410001,229,694
21Indiana180001,197,390
22Massachusetts250001,140,148
23Maryland240001,035,300
24Alabama01000988,703
25Nebraska31000957,794
26Tennessee47000943,957
27Kansas20000887,069
28Mississippi28000831,247
29Oklahoma40000818,969
30Utah49000798,934
31Louisiana22000792,042
32North Carolina37000776,005
33Connecticut09000691,757
34District of Columbia11000671,219
35North Dakota38000654,045
36Arkansas05000607,475
37Kentucky21000596,341
38Idaho16000559,866
39South Carolina45000528,299
40South Dakota46000489,089
41Maine23000414,056
42New Mexico35000381,452
43New Hampshire33000350,478
44Vermont50000324,636
45Hawaii15000312,212
46Montana30000260,219
47Alaska02000230,594
48Wyoming56000197,112
49Rhode Island44000156,229
50Delaware10000145,624
51West Virginia5400098,305

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

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