Transportation Statistics Annual Report 1999

Transportation Statistics Annual Report 1999

Transportation Statistics Annual Report 1999

BTS 99-03

NOTE: This edition of the Transportation Statistics Annual Report is provided as a historical reference. A newer edition of this publication, with more recent data for many items, is available. Some information and data in the historical document for a stated time period may differ from that for the same time period in the newer edition, reflecting revisions in the data by the source.

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Front Matter   HTML
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Preface   HTML
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Summary   HTML
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Chapter 1 - System Extent and Condition   HTML
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Highway    
Rail    
Air    
Water    
Oil and Gas Pipelines    
Transit    
Information Technology Use in Transportation    
Data Needs    
References    
Box 1-1: High-Speed Rail Corridor Status   HTML
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Box 1-2: Report on Maritime Trade and Water Transportation   HTML
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Box 1-3: Railroad Applications for Information Technology   HTML
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Table 1-2: Highway Pavement Conditions: 1994–97   HTML
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Table 1-3: Highway Bridge Conditions: 1990 and 1997   HTML
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Table 1-4: U.S.-Flag Waterborne Cargo-Carrying Vessel Fleet Profile: 1997   HTML
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Figure 1-1: Urban and Rural Roadway Mileage by Surface Type: 1950–97   HTML
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Figure 1-2: Registered Highway Vehicle Trends: 1987–97   HTML
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Figure 1-3: Trends in Directional Route-Miles Serviced by Mass Transit: 1992–97   HTML
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Figure 1-4: Indicators of Intelligent Transportation System Infrastructure Deployment: Fiscal Year 1997   HTML
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Chapter 2 - Transportation System Use and Performance   HTML
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Passenger Travel    
Domestic Freight    
International Freight    
Use and Performance    
References    
Box 2-1: The Commodity Flow Survey and Supplementary Freight Data   HTML
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Table 2-1: Population and Passenger Travel in the United States: 1977 and 1995   HTML
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Table 2-2: Daily and Long-Distance Trips by Mode: 1995   HTML
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Table 2-3: Person Trips per Day by Purpose and Sex: 1995   HTML
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Table 2-4: Domestic- and Export-Bound Freight Shipments within the United States: 1993 and 1997   HTML
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Table 2-5: Modal Shares of Freight Shipments within the United States by Domestic Establishments: 1993 and 1997   HTML
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Table 2-6: U.S. Freight Shipments by Distance Shipped: 1993 and 1997   HTML
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Table 2-7: Major Commodities Shipped in the United States: 1997   HTML
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Table 2-8: Shipments by Size: 1993 and 1997   HTML
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Table 2-9: Top 10 U.S. Merchandise Trade Partners by Value: 1980 and 1997   HTML
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Table 2-10: Top Water Ports for International Trade: 1997   HTML
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Table 2-11: Highway Vehicle-Miles Traveled by Functional Class: 1980–97   HTML
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Table 2-12: Urban Congestion Indicators for 70 Urban Areas: Selected Years   HTML
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Table 2-13: Urban Transit Indicators: 1987–97   HTML
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Table 2-14: Top 10 State Rail Freight Flows and Major Commodities: 1997   HTML
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Figure 2-1: Person-Miles Traveled per Day: 1995   HTML
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Figure 2-2: Long-Distance Trips per Person: 1995   HTML
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Figure 2-3: Freight Shipments and Related Factors of Growth: 1993–97   HTML
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Figure 2-4: Modal Shares of U.S. Merchandise Trade by Value and Tons: 1997   HTML
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Figure 2-5: Top Border Land Ports: 1997   HTML
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Figure 2-6: Top Freight Gateways by Shipment Value: 1997   HTML
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Figure 2-7: Congested Person-Miles of Travel in 70 Urban Areas   HTML
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Figure 2-8: Enplanements at Major Hubs: 1987 and 1997   HTML
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Figure 2-9: Tonnage Handled by Major Ports: 1997   HTML
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Figure 2-10: Largest Transit Markets: 1997   HTML
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Figure 2-11: ADA-Accessible Vehicles by Mode: 1994–97   HTML
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Figure 2-12: Railroad Network Showing Volume of Freight: 1997   HTML
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Figure 2-13: Rail Carload Mix: 1997   HTML
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Chapter 3 - Transportation and the Economy   HTML
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Transportation and Gross Domestic Product    
Public Transportation Revenues and Expenditures    
Capital Investment and Capital Stock    
Data Needs    
References    
Table 3-1: Transportation-Related Components of U.S. GDP: 1993–98 (Current $ billions)   HTML
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Table 3-2: Transportation-Related Components of U.S. GDP: 1993–98 (Chained 1992 $ billions)   HTML
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Table 3-3: Major Societal Functions in GDP   HTML
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Table 3-4: U.S. Gross Domestic Product by For-Hire Transportation Industries   HTML
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Table 3-5: Household Transportation Expenditures: 1994–96   HTML
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Table 3-6: Net Capital Stock of Highways and Streets   HTML
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Figure 3-1: Characteristics of Household Transportation Expenditures by Age Group 73   HTML
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Figure 3-2: Modal Share of Transportation Industry Employment: 1997 73   HTML
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Figure 3-3: Employment in Transportation Occupations: 1997   HTML
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Figure 3-4: Labor Productivity Trends by Mode   HTML
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Figure 3-5: Growth in Government Transportation Revenues: 1986–95   HTML
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Figure 3-6: Government Transportation Revenues by Mode: Fiscal Year 1995   HTML
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Figure 3-7: Growth in Government Transportation Expenditures: 1986–95   HTML
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Chapter 4 - Transportation Safety   HTML
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Long-Term Trends    
Transportation of School Children    
Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety    
Terrorism and Transportation Security    
International Trends in Road Safety    
Data Needs    
References    
Table 4-1: Fatalities, Injuries, and Accidents/Incidents by Transportation Mode   HTML
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Table 4-2: Detailed Distribution of Transportation Fatalities by Mode: 1997   HTML
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Table 4-3: Highway Fatalities and Injuries by Occupant and Nonoccupant Category   HTML
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Table 4-4: Pedestrian Crash Types   HTML
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Table 4-5: Bicycle-Motor Vehicle Crash Types   HTML
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Table 4-6: International Terrorist Incidents and Casualties: 1993–98   HTML
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Table 4-7: Motor Vehicle Fatalities in Selected Countries: 1980 and 1996   HTML
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Figure 4-1: Fatality Rates for Selected Modes   HTML
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Figure 4-2: School Transportation by Mode: 1995   HTML
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Figure 4-3: Fatal Crashes and Occupant Fatalities Among School-Age Children by Vehicle Type: 1997   HTML
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Figure 4-4: Relative Change in Motorist, Bicyclist, and Pedestrian Fatalities: 1975–97   HTML
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Figure 4-5: Bicycle Fatalities by Age of Bicyclist: 1975–97   HTML
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Figure 4-6: World Motor Vehicle Registration Trends: 1960–95   HTML
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Chapter 5 - Transportation, Energy, and the Environment   HTML
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Energy    
Greenhouse Gases    
Environment    
Data Needs    
References    
Table 5-1: Alternative Transportation Fuels   HTML
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Table 5-2: Carbon Emissions by Sector   HTML
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Table 5-3: Mobile Source Urban Hazardous Air Pollutants: 1990 Base Year   HTML
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Table 5-4: Aircraft-Related Criteria Pollutants Emitted at Airports: 1997   HTML
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Table 5-5: Toxic Release Inventory Data for Transportation Equipment Manufacturing: 1996   HTML
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Table 5-6: Wastes from Vehicle Dismantling Operations that may be Classified as Hazardous   HTML
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Figure 5-1: Transportation Energy and Economic Activity: 1960–97   HTML
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Figure 5-2: Transportation Energy Use by Mode: 1997   HTML
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Figure 5-3: Highway Vehicle Average Fuel Consumption: 1960–97   HTML
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Figure 5-4: U.S. Sales of Domestic and Foreign Light-Duty Vehicles by Class   HTML
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Figure 5-5: Fuel Economy of Light Vehicles by Class and Sales Change: 1990–97   HTML
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Figure 5-6: Petroleum Production and Imports: 1980–98   HTML
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Figure 5-7: World Oil Price: 1980–98   HTML
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Figure 5-8: National Transportation Emissions Trends Index: 1970–97   HTML
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Figure 5-9: Modal Shares of Key Criteria Pollutants from Transportation Sources: 1997   HTML
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Figure 5-10: National Air Quality Trends Index for Criteria Pollutants: 1975–97   HTML
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Chapter 6 - The State of Transportation Statistics   HTML
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References    
Box 6-1: Domestic Transportation of International Trade   HTML
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Table 6-1: Transportation Data Needs   HTML
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Appendices   HTML
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Appendix A: List of Acronyms   HTML
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Appendix B: U.S./Metric Conversions and Energy Unit Equivalents   HTML
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Index   HTML
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