Figure 6. Percent of Rural Residents with Intercity Ferry Access in 2010, by State

Figure 6. Percent of Rural Residents with Intercity Ferry Access in 2010, by State

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State name Total population Total rural residents Rural residents with access to intercity ferry service
Number Percent
Rhode Island 1,048,319 137,818 137,818 100.0
Connecticut 3,405,565 581,332 237,032 40.8
Massachusetts 6,349,097 874,037 352,603 40.3
Delaware 783,600 263,591 101,175 38.4
Maine 1,274,923 866,035 261,393 30.2
Washington 5,894,121 1,397,435 333,326 23.9
Alaska 626,932 295,959 70,569 23.8
Vermont 608,827 448,107 106,588 23.8
Hawaii 1,211,537 241,720 34,828 14.4
Wisconsin 5,363,675 2,274,322 221,915 9.8
Michigan 9,938,444 3,086,957 208,412 6.8
New Jersey 8,414,350 786,237 34,195 4.3
Florida 15,982,378 2,889,903 120,658 4.2
New York 18,976,457 3,401,227 138,977 4.1
Virginia 7,078,515 2,301,597 77,837 3.4
South Carolina 4,012,012 1,994,363 42,168 2.1
California 33,871,648 3,583,428 73,971 2.1
Maryland 5,296,486 1,005,287 14,426 1.4
Minnesota 4,919,479 1,826,652 1,290 0.1

NOTE: A rural area is a Census block group with its centroid outside of the area defined by the United States Census Bureau as an urbanized area or urban cluster in 2000.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics.