Florida Department of Transportation - Forecasting and Trends Office Center for Urban Transportation Research

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Fuel Sales & Prices



In this section, six indicators are used to present Florida’s fuel sale and fuel price trends: weekly price of regular gasoline,  the monthly price of regular gasoline before taxes, Florida gasoline taxes, monthly gasoline sales, regular and total gasoline sales, and Florida certified gallons. There is approximately a one month lag time for the monthly indicator.


The tables in the ‘details’ section of each indicator have more historical data than is presented in the graphical portion. The Energy Information Administration has a comprehensive web page that details fuel activity in Florida at http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/state/state_energy_profiles.cfm?sid=FL.


Availability of affordable motor fuel shapes our nations economy. Transportation relies heavily on this resource. Until recently, the use of gasoline in Florida has climbed as more individuals travel more. According to the Energy Information Administration, the number of gasoline stations in Florida makes up over five percent of the national total.


The Florida Department of Revenue tracks the sales of and tax revenues from motor fuels. State, federal and additional local option fuel taxes are the primary sources of funding for transportation expenditures, including roadway improvements.


Contact Information:

National Energy Information Center

Phone: (202) 586-8800




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