Table 18
Transportation Total Requirements: 1992 and 1997

Table 18
Transportation Total Requirements: 1992 and 1997

(Cents per dollar increase in final demand)

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  Natural resources and mining Con-struction Manu-facturing Trade Utilities and commun-ications Services Othera
In-house truckb              
1992              
1992 procedure; 1992 classification 0.0662 0.0728 0.0269 0.0460 0.0178 0.0197 0.0034
1997 procedure; 1997 classification 0.0994 0.1107 0.0311 0.0648 0.0352 0.0244 0.0037
1997              
1997 procedure; 1997 classification 0.0991 0.1459 0.0370 0.0684 0.0270 0.0250 0.0029
For-hire truckc              
1992              
1992 procedure; 1992 classification 0.0076 0.0063 0.0078 0.0024 0.0273 0.0026 0.0012
1997 procedure; 1997 classification 0.0247 0.0311 0.0343 0.0086 0.0557 0.0106 0.0022
1997              
1997 procedure; 1997 classification 0.0218 0.0272 0.0320 0.0052 0.0099 0.0060 0.0035
Total transportation              
1992              
1992 procedure; 1992 classification 0.1149 0.1193 0.0870 0.0650 0.0788 0.0410 0.0117
1997 procedure; 1997 classification 0.1605 0.1625 0.1019 0.0853 0.1352 0.0481 0.0089
1997              
1997 procedure; 1997 classification 0.1681 0.2016 0.1120 0.1048 0.1242 0.0499 0.0129

NOTES:

a "Other" consists of government enterprise (except State and local government passenger transit) and other input-output special industries. See Ann M. Lawson et al., "Benchmark Input-Output Accounts for the U.S. Economy, 1992: Make, Use, and Supplementary Tables," Survey of Current Business, 1997, 77(11), pp. 58-62.

b In-house truck in 1992 also includes in-house bus operations as these two operations were estimated together in the 1992 TSAs.

c For-hire truck transportation in 1992 (under both the 1992 and 1997 classification) includes courier (except air courier) services. Courier services are not included in the 1997 estimate of for-hire truck transportation. For-hire truck transportation in 1992, under the 1992 procedure and 1992 classification, includes warehousing and storage.

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