Capital Obligations for Selected UZAs Over 1 Milion Population (FY 1965-2000)

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Figure 57 - Bar Chart Ranking of Selected Urban Zoning Areas Above One Million in Population for Capital Grants (Fiscal Years 1965 - 2000). New York is the area with the largest capital grants contribution, with 19,441 Million Dollars. The rest of the chart shows the remaining areas' fiscal obligations, in descending order, and in Millions of Dollars: Washington - $6,794; Chicago - $6,608; Philadelphia - $4,931; Boston - $4,340; Los Angeles - $4,205; San Francisco - $3,878; Atlanta - $2,552; Baltimore - $1,971; Miami - $1,602; Pittsburgh - $1,559; Houston - $1,416; Portland - $1,372; Seattle - $1,261; Buffalo - $1,047; Saint Louis - $951; Cleveland - $900; San Jose - $855; Denver - $671; Detroit - $656; Dallas - Fort Worth - $595; Minneapolis - Saint Paul - $548; San Diego - $539; San Juan - $514; New Orleans - $498; Phoenix - $333; Milwaukee - $307; Cincinnati - $268;  and Kansas City - $205 Million Dollars.