|Large U.S. air carrier||19||29||29||13|
|Commuter air carrier||14||11||7||0|
|On-demand air taxi||43||36||12||23|
|Pipeline, gas and hazardous liquid||192||76||81||49|
|Vessel-related, commercial ship||180||175||130||U|
|Nonvessel-relatedd, commercial ship||U||U||567||U|
a Includes passenger car occupants, motorcyclists, light-duty and large-truck occupants, bus occupants, occupants of unknown vehicle types, and pedestrians, pedalcyclists, and other nonmotorists.
b Injuries resulting from train accidents, train and nontrain incidents, and occupational illness. Includes Amtrak. Also includes train occupants and nonoccupants except motor vehicle occupants at grade crossings.
c Injuries resulting from all reportable incidents, not just from accidents. Includes commuter rail, heavy rail, light rail, motorbus, demand response, van pool, and automated guideway.
d Injuries unrelated to vessel accidents, e.g., an individual getting a cut while onboard a vessel.
Key: N = data are nonexistent; P = preliminary; U = unavailable.
Note: Each mode may use different reporting criteria for injuries.
Sources: Except as noted, various sources, as cited in United States Department of Transportation (USDOT), Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, National Transportation Statistics, table 2-2, available at http://www.bts.gov, forthcoming. 2005 highway-USDOT, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Center for Statistics and Analysis, personal communication, October 2006. 2005 recreational boating-U.S. Coast Guard, Boating Statistics 2005 (annual issues), available at http://www.uscgboating.org/, as of October 2006.