|Light duty vehiclesa||181,975,051||212,706,399||236,448,155||234,467,679|
|Commuter railcars and locomotives||4,982||5,497||6,494||6,722|
|Class IFreight cars||658,902||560,154||450,297||416,180|
|Other freight carse||553,359||820,642||942,675||947,253|
|Non-self-propelled vessels (barges)f||31,209||33,152||31,238||31,008|
|Oceangoing ships (1,000 gross tons and over)||636||454||272||196|
|Recreational boats(numbered boats)||10,996,253||12,782,143||12,692,892||12,721,541|
aLight duty vehicles include passenger cars, light trucks, vans
and sport utility vehicles
regardless of wheelbase.
bIncludes municipally owned transit and commercial, Federal, and school buses.
cSingle-unit trucks include single frame trucks that have two axles and at least six tires or a gross vehicle weight rating exceeding 10,000 lbs.
dIncludes light and heavy rail only.
eIncludes Non-class I and car companies' and shippers' freight cars only.
fSee Glossary for definitions.
Key: R = revised.
Notes: In 2011, FHWA revised highway data for 2007 through 2009 using a new methodology. Data for these years are based on new categories and are not comparable to previous years.
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, U.S. Coast Guard, and Maritime Administration 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/publications/national_transportation_statistics/ as of December 2011.