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Highway User Revenue Fund

Description: 

These data come from the Highway User Revenue Fund Year-End Report which is prepared by the Arizona Department of Transportation's Office of Financial Planning. According to the report, the State of Arizona taxes motor fuels and collects a variety of transportation fees which are deposited into the Highways User Revenue Fund (HURF). These funds are then distributed to cities, towns, counties, and the State Highway Fund, providing a major source of revenue for highway construction, improvements, and other expenses.

Data Source: 

Highway User Revenue Fund Fiscal Year 2012 Year-End Report:
http://www.azdot.gov/Inside_ADOT/fms/PDF/hurf12.pdf

iconHighway User Revenue Fund Sources

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Visualization Notes:

This pie chart shows that taxes on motor fuels generate the most revenue for HURF.

iconHighway User Revenue Fund Distribution

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Visualization Notes:

* ADOT 15.2% represents ADOT's allocation of HURF for MAG and PAG regional projects.

This pie chart shows that the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is the single largest recipient of HURF dollars followed by cities and counties.


iconArizona Highway User Revenue Fund Collections by Category

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Visualization Notes:

This graph shows that taxes on motor fuels generate the most revenue for HURF, followed by the vehicle license tax.

iconPercent Change in the Arizona Highway User Revenue Fund Collections

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