(Current $ millions)
|All industries||4,182,719||4,471,400||4,829,240||(R) 4,942,776||(R) 4,976,266||5,103,553|
|Transportation and warehousing, total||142,175||151,999||162,753||(R) 165,113||(R) 162,173||162,768|
|Air||25,512||27,447||30,046||(R) 32,311||(R) 30,551||28,410|
|Rail||12,611||12,610||12,409||(R) 12,104||(R) 11,824||11,765|
|Water||2,396||2,652||2,710||(R) 2,789||(R) 2,830||3,023|
|Truck||43,059||45,818||48,594||(R) 48,541||(R) 47,918||48,497|
|Transit and ground passenger transportation||7,672||8,249||8,497||(R) 8,806||(R) 9,011||9,222|
|Other transportation and support activitiesb||34,105||37,040||39,974||(R) 39,881||(R) 39,863||40,853|
|Warehousing and storage||13,641||14,709||16,240||(R) 16,442||(R) 16,893||17,811|
KEY: R = revised.
a Wages do not include supplements to wages and salaries such as pension, profit-sharing, and other retirement plans, and health, life, and unemployment insurance compensation.
b Comprises business establishments involved in scenic and sightseeing transportation, support activities for transportation, postal service, and couriers and messengers.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis provides this data on a Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) basis ending in 2000 and on a NAICS basis beginning in 1998 (see table 3-23a for data based on SIC).
U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, National Income and Products Accounts, Annual edition, table 6.3d, Internet site http://www.bea.doc.gov/bea/dn1.htm as of Oct. 4, 2004.