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Mileage Inside the Municipalities Reports

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These reports are in Adobe Acrobat format.

HPS-60-A

This report summarizes mileage of state, county and municipal roadways.  Summaries are provided by: 

  • Pavement type: earth or paved
  • Total mileage of all state, county and municipally roadways
  • Total urban or rural
Document Link Document Type Document Size (kb)
2012 PDF 44
2011 PDF 41
2010 PDF 41
2009 PDF 41
2008 PDF 39
2007 PDF 88
2006 PDF 42
2005 PDF 104
2004 PDF 11
2003 PDF 35
2002 PDF 32.1
2001 PDF 23.5
2000 PDF 56.7
1999 PDF 48.5
1998 PDF 48.5

HPS-60

These reports summarizes the mileage of road within a municipality.  The mileage totals are used for credit of Highway User Revenue Funds.  Summaries are provided by:

  • Pavement type: earth or paved
  • Total mileage of all state, county and municipally roadways within eavh town or taxing area
  • Total urban or rural
Document Link Document Type Document Size (kb)
2012 PDF 88
2011 PDF 84
2010 PDF 84
2009 PDF 84
2008 PDF 80
2007 PDF 54
2006 PDF 102
2005 PDF 204
2004 PDF 341
2003 PDF 377
2002 PDF 284
2001 PDF 298
2000 PDF 521
1999 PDF 328
1998 PDF 328

Special Notes:

  • The term "URBAN" denotes roads located inside a municipality’s incorporated boundary.
  • The term "RURAL" indicates roads outside the boundaries.
  • The amount of state-maintained, municipally-maintained and county-maintained roadway mileage within that boundary is represented under the heading URBAN MILEAGE TABULATED.
  • The municipal mileage amount eligible for credit toward the distribution of the Highway User Revenue Fund is located under the column heading TOWN MILEAGE ON WHICH DISTRIBUTION WILL BE BASED.
  • The figures in the column "MILEAGE EXCEPTED BY CERTIFICATE" indicate roadway mileage located inside municipal boundaries, which have been certified to SHA as being maintained by the county. They are therefore not credited to that municipality for Highway User Revenue Fund distribution.
 
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