(Thousands of passengers)
|Mode of transportation||Total|
|Los Angeles, CA and San Francisco, CA||4,009|
|San Diego, CA and San Francisco, CA||1,411|
|Los Angeles, CA and Phoenix, AZ||1,354|
|Miami, FL and New York, NY||1,326|
|Las Vegas, NV and Los Angeles, CA||1,276|
|New York, NY and Washington, DC||547|
|San Diego, CA and Los Angeles, CA||212|
|Boston, MA and Washington, DC||169|
|New York, NY and Philadelphia, PA||158|
|Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA||132|
|Los Angeles, CA and San Diego, CA||10,178|
|New York, NY and Philadelphia, PA||8,267|
|Las Vegas, NV and Los Angeles, CA||7,844|
|New York, NY and Washington, DC||6,603|
|Sacremento, CA and San Francisco, CA||5,272|
KEY: U = Data are unavailable.
NOTES: Data are based on trips over 100 miles one-way. Hence, trips between cities less than 100 miles apart are not included. Places are defined at the highest aggregation of metropolitan geography, either consolidated metropolitan statistical areas (CMSAs) or metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs).
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. 1995 American Travel Survey. Special tabulation. (Washington, DC: 1996).