Table 3-4: U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Attributed to Transportation-Related Final Demand (Billions of chained 2009 dollars)

Excel | CSV

  1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (R) 2011 (R) 2012 2013
Gross Domestic Product (R) 12,065.9 (R) 12,559.7 (R) 12,682.2 (R) 12,908.8 (R) 13,271.1 (R) 13,773.5 (R) 14,234.2 (R) 14,613.8 (R) 14,873.7 (R) 14,830.4 (R) 14,418.7 (R) 14,783.8 15,020.6 15,369.2 15,710.3
Total transportation-related final demanda (R) 1,342.1 (R) 1,336.2 (R) 1,345.4 (R) 1,340.9 (R) 1,338.0 (R) 1,361.2 (R) 1,377.2 (R) 1,372.6 (R) 1,389.7 (R) 1,296.9 (R) 1,208.5 (R) 1,239.5 1,287.6 1,322.5 1,356.7
Total transportation in GDP (percent) 11.1 10.6 10.6 10.4 10.1 9.9 9.7 9.4 9.3 8.7 8.4 8.4 8.6 8.6 8.6
Personal consumption of transportation, total 923.6 945.0 960.3 971.2 984.7 1,007.9 1,007.7 994.6 1,005.0 924.5 867.0 870.4 882.6 908.8 937.4
Motor vehicles and parts 335.8 346.4 364.1 383.3 394.6 405.5 400.0 385.1 392.8 340.8 317.1 323.4 333.8 357.9 376.0
Motor vehicle fuels, lubricants, and fluids 270.3 265.8 265.7 267.1 267.2 270.9 273.0 274.0 273.2 262.4 260.2 259.9 254.7 251.3 253.8
Transportation services 317.5 332.8 330.5 320.8 322.9 331.5 334.7 335.5 339.0 321.3 289.7 287.1 294.1 299.6 307.6
Gross private domestic investment, total 217.0 212.9 193.6 175.4 162.5 184.3 205.8 221.9 213.0 166.9 79.7 146.7 192.3 228.0 241.5
Transportation structures 8.6 8.8 8.7 8.2 7.7 7.8 7.9 9.3 9.4 10.0 9.1 9.8 9.3 10.4 10.4
Transportation equipment 208.4 204.1 184.9 167.2 154.8 176.5 197.9 212.6 203.6 156.9 70.6 136.9 183.0 217.6 231.1
Exports ( + ), total (R)223.3 (R)217.0 (R)208.5 (R)207.0 (R)197.4 (R)206.1 (R)226.0 (R)244.9 (R)269.5 (R)268.7 218.7 247.5 273.3 295.5 312.3
Civilian aircraft, engines, and parts 80.7 69.9 72.3 67.5 60.5 57.6 66.9 74.2 80.3 77.7 74.8 70.1 75.5 86.2 94.2
Automotive vehicles, engines, and parts 82.2 86.8 81.1 84.4 85.6 94.1 102.5 110.4 123.4 122.3 81.7 111.5 130.1 140.5 145.8
Transport 60.4 60.3 55.1 55.1 51.3 54.4 56.6 60.3 65.8 68.7 62.2 65.9 67.7 68.8 72.3
Imports ( - ), total (R) 297.5 (R) 321.7 (R) 314.1 (R) 317.5 (R) 322.4 (R) 345.4 (R) 358.8 (R) 380.1 (R) 386.5 (R) 350.6 (R) 254.0 (R) 323.0 349.6 389.6 410.5
Civilian aircraft, engines, and parts 35.1 37.7 43.1 34.2 31.6 30.9 31.6 33.5 38.6 37.5 30.7 30.5 33.3 35.7 41.0
Automotive vehicles, engines, and parts 195.9 211.9 205.0 219.6 225.3 241.1 250.1 267.1 267.1 235.5 159.2 224.2 245.8 281.4 292.7
Transport 66.5 72.1 66.0 63.7 65.5 73.4 77.1 79.5 80.8 77.6 64.1 68.3 70.5 72.5 76.8
Net exports of transportation-related goods and servicesb -(R) 74.2 -(R) 104.7 -(R) 105.6 -(R) 110.5 -(R) 125.0 -(R) 139.3 -(R) 132.8 -(R) 135.2 -(R) 117.0 -(R) 81.9 -(R) 35.3 -(R) 75.5 -76.3 -94.1 -98.2
Government transportation-related purchases, total (R) 275.7 (R) 283.0 (R) 297.1 (R) 304.8 (R) 315.8 (R) 308.3 (R) 296.5 (R) 291.3 (R) 288.7 (R) 287.4 (R) 297.1 (R) 297.9 289.0 279.8 276.0
Federal purchasesc (R) 25.5 (R) 25.3 (R) 26.9 (R) 31.2 (R) 35.3 (R) 33.2 (R) 33.3 (R) 34.0 (R) 32.6 (R) 35.3 (R) 35.9 (R) 37.8 38.6 38.8 36.1
State and local purchasesc 237.5 245.5 257.5 261.0 261.0 256.0 245.5 241.6 235.5 232.5 238.7 236.0 228.1 223.4 226.0
Defense-related purchasesd 12.7 12.2 12.7 12.6 19.5 19.1 17.7 15.7 20.6 19.6 22.5 24.1 22.3 17.6 13.9

KEY: R = revised.

a Sum of total Personal consumption of transportation, total Gross private domestic investment, Net exports of transportation-related goods and services and total Government transportation-related purchases.

bExports minus Imports.

c Federal purchases and State and local purchases are the sum of consumption expenditures and gross investment.

d Defense-related purchases are the sum of transportation of material and travel.

NOTES

The Bureau Economic Analysis has changed the reference year for chained dollar estimates from 1999 onward as part of the comprehensive revision of the national income and product accounts in 2014.

Chained (2009) dollar series are calculated as the product of the chain-type quantity index and the 2009 current-dollar value of the corresponding series, divided by 100. Because the formula for the chain-type quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period, the corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive.

This table is not comparable with the previous' version since the categories for "Export" and "Import" were changed based on US Bureau of Economic Analysis' reports.

Chained 2005 dollars estimates for earlier years can be found in the 2013 edition of NTS, table 3-4.

SOURCE

U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, National Income and Product Accounts Tables, tables 1.1.6, 2.3.6, 2.4.6, 3.11.6, 3.15.6, 4.2.6, 5.4.6, and 5.5.6, available at http://www.bea.gov/National/nipaweb/SelectTable.asp?Selected=N as of Sept. 25, 2014.