Table 6-5: Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2007

Table 6-5: Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2007

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State Number of establishments Number of paid employees Annual payroll ($ thousands)
Alabama 98 2,080 38,259
Alaska 82 W 25,654
Arizona 230 8,323 237,536
Arkansas 59 823 15329
California 1,688 41,338 1,097,347
Colorado 190 5,493 126,762
Connecticut 376 13,028 331,534
Delaware 147 2,100 36110
District of Columbia 40 1,243 36,942
Florida 913 12,338 310,877
Georgia 321 4,776 119,760
Hawaii 111 3,665 117,555
Idaho 94 2,038 32,204
Illinois 948 25,327 547,630
Indiana 249 6,081 94,082
Iowa 115 1,819 41,405
Kansas 152 7,342 128,407
Kentucky 113 1,984 37,627
Louisiana 163 3,569 88,077
Maine 88 1,402 24,964
Maryland 707 10,392 221,474
Massachusetts 803 20,997 540,641
Michigan 307 5,192 117,082
Minnesota 492 13,521 255,342
Mississippi 81 1,664 29,599
Missouri 298 9,344 169,660
Montana 104 1,314 19,331
Nebraska 76 1,732 31,849
Nevada 134 15,717 332,746
New Hampshire 128 3,353 70,224
New Jersey 1,188 29,898 650,262
New Mexico 145 3,381 59,545
New York 2,680 65,909 1,823,552
North Carolina 316 5,386 136,847
North Dakota 58 1,718 25720
Ohio 443 8,973 174,125
Oklahoma 79 981 17666
Oregon 223 4,628 91,449
Pennsylvania 1,174 33,464 569,704
Rhode Island 119 2,599 54,783
South Carolina 136 1,929 38,287
South Dakota 67 1,026 16,515
Tennessee 328 4,768 119,216
Texas 631 15,245 322,547
Utah 78 1,701 28,921
Vermont 67 1,418 28,330
Virginia 381 7,848 203,872
Washington 264 5,866 138,116
West Virginia 32 303 4,579
Wisconsin 570 14,018 231,570
Wyoming 36 393 7612
United States, total1 18,322 440,623 10,019,227

1 Values for states not reported individually are included in U.S. totals

KEY: W = data withheld to avoid disclosure.

NOTES: The Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation subsector (NAICS 485) includes industries providing a variety of passenger transportation activities, such as urban transit systems; chartered bus, school bus, and interurban bus transportation; and taxis. These activities are distinguished based primarily on such production process factors as vehicle types, routes, and schedules. These data do not include scenic and sightseeing transportation (NAICS 4871, part), support activities for road transportation (NAICS 4884), or arrangement for car pools and vanpools (NAICS 4889, part).

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 County Business Patterns (Washington, DC: 2009), available at http://www.census.gov/econ/cbp/index.html as of Apr. 14, 2010.