Table 6-4: Truck Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2009

Table 6-4: Truck Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2009

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State Number of establishments Number of paid employees Annual payroll ($ thousands)
Alabama 1,833 25,588 896,899
Alaska 234 3,656 200,732
Arizona 1,494 23,421 804,506
Arkansas 1,592 30,333 1,128,689
California 9,413 107,009 4,210,714
Colorado 1,960 17,768 730,054
Connecticut 593 6,030 279,659
Delaware 270 4,291 116,746
District of Columbia 22 311 10,692
Florida 4,941 45,812 1,742,099
Georgia 3,081 44,086 1,637,661
Hawaii 216 3,222 120,041
Idaho 1,111 8,648 293,549
Illinois 7,212 60,598 2,542,485
Indiana 3,324 49,282 1,841,097
Iowa 2,712 35,843 1,186,740
Kansas 1,705 18,772 699,318
Kentucky 1,816 20,971 771,469
Louisiana 1,778 17,240 604,989
Maine 711 6,201 223,021
Maryland 1,435 15,495 622,254
Massachusetts 1,416 15,367 660,512
Michigan 3,123 34,860 1,356,208
Minnesota 2,855 25,001 993,472
Mississippi 1,307 15,167 536,553
Missouri 2,915 37,795 1,390,186
Montana 785 5,216 188,595
Nebraska 1,775 26,789 930,954
Nevada 581 6,375 254,302
New Hampshire 411 3,110 118,804
New Jersey 2,933 37,136 1,706,840
New Mexico 740 6,326 238,702
New York 4,404 38,897 1,500,085
North Carolina 3,038 41,717 1,526,060
North Dakota 801 6,875 284,057
Ohio 4,165 57,071 2,241,624
Oklahoma 1,661 18,111 650,409
Oregon 1,636 18,968 709,197
Pennsylvania 4,117 59,403 2,394,254
Rhode Island 276 2,501 98,015
South Carolina 1,255 17,319 615,408
South Dakota 818 4,888 174,080
Tennessee 2,087 52,767 1,935,743
Texas 7,639 112,072 4,277,405
Utah 1,344 23,326 842,430
Vermont 298 2,281 86,218
Virginia 2,660 27,472 998,291
Washington 2,417 25,026 966,429
West Virginia 864 7,588 252,659
Wisconsin 3,510 47,775 1,946,205
Wyoming 627 5,223 198,414
United States, total 109,911 1,326,999 50,735,525

NOTES: The Truck Transportation subsector (NAICS 484) includes industries providing over-the-road transportation of cargo using Motor vehicles, such as trucks and tractor trailers. The subsector is divided into two industry groups for general freight trucking and specialized freight trucking. This distinction reflects differences in equipment used, type of load carried, scheduling, terminal, and other networking services. These data do not include support activities for road transportation (NAICS 4884), freight transportation arrangement services (NAICS 4885, part), the Postal Service (NAICS 491), or courier services (NAICS 492, part).

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, County Business Patterns 2009, available at http://www.census.gov/econ/cbp/ as of April 27, 2012.