Infrastructure State-by-State Impact Analysis

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About the Numbers:

 

The following table provides an illustration of the potential impact on federal funding for each state if Congress and the President:

  1. take no action to fix the highway and mass transit accounts of the highway trust fund shortfalls (causing a decrease in funding for each state), or
  2. enact a 25 cent gas tax increase (allowing for an increase in funding for each state).

Note: Figures are illustrative estimates only.  Actual amount available for each state is dependent on the authorizing statute.

 

 

Actual FY ' 19 Apportionment for Highways and Transit

Illustrative 'No Action' to Address Highways and Transit Spending Shortfall

Decrease

Illustrative Spending for Highways and Transit Post Gas Tax Increase

Increase

Alabama

$ 881,027,905

$ 694,884,533

$ 186,143,372

$ 1,218,349,246

$ 337,321,341

Alaska

$ 600,222,438

$ 468,226,190

$ 131,996,248

$ 830,031,093

$ 229,808,655

Arizona

$ 920,807,025

$ 705,715,534

$ 215,091,491

$ 1,273,358,697

$ 352,551,672

Arkansas

$ 596,607,272

$ 471,892,455

$ 124,714,817

$ 825,031,779

$ 228,424,507

California

$ 5,432,077,107

$ 3,946,620,591

$ 1,485,456,516

$ 7,511,869,954

$ 2,079,792,847

Colorado

$ 710,401,578

$ 534,487,185

$ 175,914,393

$ 982,394,794

$ 271,993,216

Connecticut

$ 733,029,904

$ 534,913,852

$ 198,116,053

$ 1,013,686,884

$ 280,656,979

Delaware

$ 211,939,410

$ 162,685,384

$ 49,254,026

$ 293,085,178

$ 81,145,768

Dist. of Col.

$ 383,193,138

$ 245,093,679

$ 138,099,458

$ 529,907,246

$ 146,714,108

Florida

$ 2,453,505,736

$ 1,861,995,404

$ 591,510,332

$ 3,392,885,567

$ 939,379,832

Georgia

$ 1,607,479,590

$ 1,236,654,762

$ 370,824,828

$ 2,222,939,291

$ 615,459,701

Hawaii

$ 230,078,345

$ 171,746,554

$ 58,331,792

$ 318,169,013

$ 88,090,667

Idaho

$ 338,602,815

$ 265,198,742

$ 73,404,073

$ 468,244,515

$ 129,641,700

Illinois

$ 2,167,802,458

$ 1,560,584,502

$ 607,217,956

$ 2,997,794,366

$ 829,991,908

Indiana

$ 1,128,496,498

$ 883,720,181

$ 244,776,318

$ 1,560,566,754

$ 432,070,256

Iowa

$ 576,798,356

$ 453,175,506

$ 123,622,850

$ 797,638,575

$ 220,840,218

Kansas

$ 448,044,574

$ 350,723,455

$ 97,321,119

$ 619,588,512

$ 171,543,938

Kentucky

$ 777,883,063

$ 611,711,227

$ 166,171,836

$ 1,075,713,083

$ 297,830,020

Louisiana

$ 829,170,284

$ 649,902,212

$ 179,268,072

$ 1,146,636,769

$ 317,466,485

Maine

$ 235,325,702

$ 179,553,549

$ 55,772,153

$ 325,425,437

$ 90,099,736

Maryland

$ 920,885,579

$ 661,924,896

$ 258,960,683

$ 1,273,467,327

$ 352,581,748

Massachusetts

$ 1,059,720,617

$ 733,491,107

$ 326,229,510

$ 1,465,458,481

$ 405,737,863

Michigan

$ 1,288,176,630

$ 997,096,396

$ 291,080,235

$ 1,781,384,015

$ 493,207,384

Minnesota

$ 830,087,977

$ 633,673,746

$ 196,414,231

$ 1,147,905,822

$ 317,817,844

Mississippi

$ 556,204,006

$ 440,258,541

$ 115,945,465

$ 769,159,215

$ 212,955,209

Missouri

$ 1,132,440,290

$ 883,624,750

$ 248,815,540

$ 1,566,020,515

$ 433,580,225

Montana

$ 468,004,253

$ 371,565,873

$ 96,438,379

$ 647,190,203

$ 179,185,950

Nebraska

$ 341,611,302

$ 267,715,636

$ 73,895,666

$ 472,404,869

$ 130,793,567

Nevada

$ 462,354,228

$ 352,923,743

$ 109,430,485

$ 639,376,939

$ 177,022,711

New Hampshire

$ 198,350,235

$ 154,571,377

$ 43,778,857

$ 274,293,082

$ 75,942,847

New Jersey

$ 1,738,189,487

$ 1,203,857,936

$ 534,331,551

$ 2,403,694,411

$ 665,504,924

New Mexico

$ 452,537,758

$ 349,392,859

$ 103,144,899

$ 625,802,013

$ 173,264,255

New York

$ 3,407,653,799

$ 2,266,612,103

$ 1,141,041,696

$ 4,712,350,669

$ 1,304,696,869

North Carolina

$ 1,261,559,482

$ 980,460,109

$ 281,099,373

$ 1,744,575,893

$ 483,016,411

North Dakota

$ 286,543,720

$ 226,510,944

$ 60,032,776

$ 396,253,425

$ 109,709,705

Ohio

$ 1,650,191,219

$ 1,274,511,960

$ 375,679,259

$ 2,282,004,028

$ 631,812,809

Oklahoma

$ 739,465,961

$ 582,371,537

$ 157,094,423

$ 1,022,587,129

$ 283,121,168

Oregon

$ 659,674,015

$ 497,419,749

$ 162,254,266

$ 912,245,043

$ 252,571,028

Pennsylvania

$ 2,231,205,643

$ 1,665,711,186

$ 565,494,457

$ 3,085,472,886

$ 854,267,243

Rhode Island

$ 279,249,442

$ 212,949,758

$ 66,299,684

$ 386,166,368

$ 106,916,927

South Carolina

$ 779,044,086

$ 614,033,614

$ 165,010,472

$ 1,077,318,629

$ 298,274,543

South Dakota

$ 324,116,565

$ 256,611,091

$ 67,505,474

$ 448,211,878

$ 124,095,314

Tennessee

$ 1,010,431,160

$ 788,538,048

$ 221,893,112

$ 1,397,297,446

$ 386,866,286

Texas

$ 4,210,609,141

$ 3,262,625,010

$ 947,984,131

$ 5,822,735,515

$ 1,612,126,374

Utah

$ 464,721,636

$ 348,783,678

$ 115,937,957

$ 642,650,762

$ 177,929,126

Vermont

$ 231,427,759

$ 183,760,566

$ 47,667,193

$ 320,035,080

$ 88,607,321

Virginia

$ 1,282,255,710

$ 982,314,918

$ 299,940,792

$ 1,773,196,137

$ 490,940,427

Washington

$ 1,009,806,820

$ 732,194,189

$ 277,612,631

$ 1,396,434,064

$ 386,627,244

West Virginia

$ 501,692,059

$ 397,368,594

$ 104,323,464

$ 693,776,143

$ 192,084,084

Wisconsin

$ 904,419,600

$ 704,484,114

$ 199,935,486

$ 1,250,696,978

$ 346,277,378

Wyoming

$ 291,589,675

$ 231,688,148

$ 59,901,527

$ 403,231,338

$ 111,641,663

 

 

Methodology:

2019 State Spending: Sum of the Highway apportionment for FY 19 and the Transit apportionment for FY 19.

‘No Action’ Cut in Spending: Assume Highway trust fund spending is limited to CBO current revenue baseline. Represents a 19% cut from current spending. Assume transit is limited to CBO current revenue baseline. Represents a 50% cut from current spending.  Reduce highway and transit apportionments by 19% and 50% respectively and sum resulting apportionment.

Post Gas Tax Increase: Utilize ENO Center for Transportation estimate of 5 cents a year for five years of increased revenue. Assume additional funds first reduce existing trust fund shortfall.  Calculate average additional revenue available for spending: approximately $20 billion a year.  Calculate each state’s FY 19 total apportionment as a share of overall spending.  Apply each state’s share to $20 billion.  Add each state’s share of $20 billion to their base FY ’19 apportionment.