U.S. state and local government expenditure - transportation

The time line shows the U.S. state and local government transportation expenditure, from their own funds, during the 1995 to 2007 fiscal years. In 2000, U.S. state and local governments spent 139.1 billion U.S. dollars on transportation.

U.S. state and local government transportation* expenditure from own funds during the 1995 to 2007 fiscal years

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Release date

2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

1995 to 2007

Supplementary notes

* Modes of transportation: highways, air, transit, water, rail, pipeline, and general support.
State and local expenditures from own funds include outlays of the state and local governments from all sources of funds excluding federal grants.

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