Legislative Analyst's Office, December 2000

California's Economy and
Budget in Perspective

2000 Cal Facts

Program Trends

Part 5

Traffic Delay Increases as Driving Outpaces Highway Capacity

Local Funds Account for
Half of Transportation Revenues


Most State and Federal Transportation Revenues Come From Fuel Taxes

How Californians Commute Varies Little From National Average

Rail Transit Passengers Grow While Bus Ridership Remains Unchanged

Are Californians Really in Love
With Their Cars?

Voter Action Since 1986 on
State General Obligation Bonds

Share of General Fund Revenue Needed for Bond Payments

Trends in State Capital Outlay
Spending Over Time

1966-67 Through 2000-01

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