Table 6-5: Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2008

Table 6-5: Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2008

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State Number of establishments Number of paid employees Annual payroll ($ thousands)
Alabama 93 1,965 36,046
Alaska 80 W 22,739
Arizona 210 8,230 238,023
Arkansas 63 1,045 16405
California 1,737 43,142 1,111,470
Colorado 183 5,228 120,084
Connecticut 375 13,653 329,144
Delaware 143 2,155 34210
District of Columbia 44 1,088 41,474
Florida 852 11,417 270,407
Georgia 317 4,511 105,068
Hawaii 113 3,725 124,606
Idaho 80 2,321 34,072
Illinois 922 26,243 482,032
Indiana 264 6,824 99,454
Iowa 115 1,786 29,760
Kansas 139 7,584 116,884
Kentucky 102 1,792 37,673
Louisiana 150 3,123 77,749
Maine 83 1,481 24,302
Maryland 686 9,935 228,638
Massachusetts 765 21,050 540,906
Michigan 296 5,259 119,266
Minnesota 485 14,257 262,546
Mississippi 80 1,446 26,672
Missouri 288 9,346 154,522
Montana 91 1,259 16,668
Nebraska 72 1,929 29,732
Nevada 133 13,708 345,356
New Hampshire 132 3,690 64,553
New Jersey 1,111 30,696 645,013
New Mexico 137 3,700 59,192
New York 2,717 68,366 1,956,238
North Carolina 310 5,019 130,855
North Dakota 63 1,746 27324
Ohio 459 10,510 230,817
Oklahoma 75 1,149 21342
Oregon 228 4,873 83,451
Pennsylvania 1,174 35,494 579,527
Rhode Island 111 2,403 40,590
South Carolina 133 1,706 35,541
South Dakota 67 1,032 15,659
Tennessee 305 4,401 96,800
Texas 637 15,643 360,324
Utah 77 1,865 28,966
Vermont 70 1,612 27,729
Virginia 371 7,787 210,988
Washington 261 5,926 140,078
West Virginia 31 464 4,512
Wisconsin 540 14,059 215,164
Wyoming 41 306 7297
United States, total1 18,011 449,381 10,057,868

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, 2008 County Business Patterns (Washington, DC: 2010), available at http://www.census.gov/econ/cbp/index.html as of Jul. 8, 2011.