How are states spending their transportation dollars? Select a project type or project types using the map filters and see how each state compares. Scroll over a state to learn more about its transportation priorities. All percentages are rounded.

Ways of funding transportation projects vary across the 50 states. For example, in addition to federal funds, states may utilize public authorities, public-private partnerships, and infrastructure banks as means to develop and maintain roads, bridges, and transit. This project examines each state’s use of federal transportation dollars as reported to the federal government through the state’s statewide transportation improvement program. State and local contributions to the federal funds are included in the state analysis if the state included this information in its statewide transportation improvement program. Read more about the project here and here.

Map Filtersby type of spending
Cumulative (All)
Bridge Maintenance/Replacement
Transit
Road Maintenance/Minor Widening
Bicycle/Pedestrian
Road/Bridge Project with
Bicycle/Pedestrian Components
Safety
New Road Capacity
Bridge Capacity Expansion
Other