TABLE 4-12 Long-Distance Trips and Population by Age: 2001

TABLE 4-12 Long-Distance Trips and Population by Age: 2001

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Age group Long-distance trips Population
Number SE Percent SE Number Percent
0-4 115,225,493 4,437,993 4.4 0.16 19,363,867 6.8
5-17 343,836,299 10,469,412 13.1 0.35 53,239,685 18.7
18-29 408,287,370 15,405,778 15.6 0.51 46,887,873 16.4
18-23 169,718,337 7,951,794 6.5 0.29 24,182,799 8.5
24-29 238,569,033 13,051,406 9.1 0.46 22,705,074 8.0
30-44 774,328,843 21,857,253 29.6 0.64 65,764,297 23.1
45-54 456,884,948 12,509,793 17.5 0.47 39,200,481 13.8
55-64 292,533,009 11,173,336 11.2 0.40 25,299,892 8.9
65-74 159,955,574 5,307,273 6.1 0.20 18,329,175 6.4
75 and older 66,074,832 3,747,206 2.5 0.14 17,008,543 6.0
Total 2,617,126,367 37,924,186 100.0 NA 285,093,813 100.0

KEY: SE = standard error; NA = not applicable.

NOTE: Data may not add to total because of independent rounding.

SOURCES: Long-distance trips—U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), Bureau of Transportation Statistics and USDOT, Federal Highway Administration, 2001 National Household Travel Survey, CD-ROM, February 2005. PopulationU.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, National Estimates by Demographic Characteristics: Single Year of Age, Sex, Race, and Hispanic Origin, available at http://www.census.gov/, as of March 2005.