Selected SLC Research


Policy Analysis | December 1, 2011

How much federal highway program transportation funding will SLC member states receive in fiscal year 2012?

In continuation of the critical state transportation finances issue presented in SLC's November 2011 Question of the Month (QoM), the December 2011 QoM presents more current data and actual dollar amounts for Federal-Aid Highway Program obligation limitation distributions to the SLC member states.

Estimate of Federal-Aid Highway Program Distributions to SLC Member States in FY 2012

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State Funding Amount Percentage of National Total
Alabama $713,471,576 2.0%
Arkansas $479,788,318 1.3%
Florida $1,780,101,280 5.0%
Georgia $1,214,498,673 3.4%
Kentucky $626,532,905 1.8%
Louisiana $644,233,704 1.8%
Mississippi $449,316,217 1.3%
Missouri $858,947,101 2.4%
North Carolina $981,806,695 2.8%
Oklahoma $601,764,529 1.7%
South Carolina $592,027,120 1.7%
Tennessee $780,171,356 2.2%
Texas $2,971,523,577 8.3%
Virginia $941,493,787 2.6%
West Virginia $403,255,950 1.1%
SLC Region Total $14,038,932,788 39.4%
National Total $35,667,399,138 100.0%

Source: Bloomberg Government Study, FY 2012 Transportation Funding: $71.6 Billion, November 23, 2011