|Other 2-axle, 4-tire vehiclesa||48,274,555||79,084,979||99,124,775||101,469,615|
|Buses(municipally owned transit and commercial, federal, and school buses)||626,987||746,125||821,959||834,436|
|Commuter railcars and locomotives||4,982||5,498||6,403||6,391|
|Class I-Freight cars||658,902||560,154||475,415||460,172|
|Other freight carsc||553,359||820,642||871,092||925,537|
|Nonself-propelled vessels (barges)d,e||31,209||33,152||32,211||31,654|
|Oceangoing shipse (1,000 gross tons and over)||635||461||272||275|
|Recreational boats(numbered boats)||10,996,253||12,782,143||12,746,126||12,875,568|
a Includes vans, pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles, and other 2-axle, 4-tire motor vehicles that are not passenger cars. b Includes light and heavy rail transit only. c Includes Non-class I and car companies' and shippers' freight cars only. d See Glossary for definitions. e U.S.-flag vessels. 1990 and 2000 data include private and government owned vessels of 1,000 gross tons and over. Beginning in 2006, data are for privately-owned vessels of 1,000 gross tons and over.
Key: R = revised.
Notes: Transit, commuter rail, oceangoing ships, and motorcycles data for 2006 are revised. Transit and oceangoing ships data for 1990 and 2000 are revised, as is commuter rail data for 1990.
Sources: Air-Federal Aviation Administration, Highway-Federal Highway Administration, Rail: Amtrak and Association of American Railroads, Transit-American Public Transportation Association, Waterborne-U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers and U.S. Coast Guard as cited in U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, National Transportation Statistics, table 1-11, available at http://www.bts.gov as of January 2010.