TABLE 4-14b Long Distance Trips by Age and Mode: 2001

TABLE 4-14b Long Distance Trips by Age and Mode: 2001

Number (thousands)

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Age group Personal vehicle Air Other Total
Number SE Number SE Number SE Number SE
0-4 108,313.8 4,269.9 6,182.9 907.1 728.8 264.3 115,225.5 4,438.0
5-17 302,204.2 9,575.6 17,491.9 1,871.3 23,926.4 2,124.6 343,836.3 10,469.4
18-29 369,244.1 15,358.4 27,265.3 2,090.8 11,562.1 2,539.8 408,287.4 15,405.8
18-23 156,028.8 7,890.8 8,553.4 1,115.9 5,136.1 843.3 169,718.3 7,951.8
24-29 213,215.3 12,728.6 18,711.9 1,751.2 6,426.0 2,299.9 238,569.0 13,051.4
30-44 683,674.2 21,489.0 72,313.0 3,895.7 17,722.2 2,270.7 774,328.8 21,857.3
45-54 406,073.6 11,279.2 37,396.6 2,115.5 9,261.6 1,209.8 456,884.9 12,509.8
55-64 264,504.3 10,854.7 20,629.3 1,364.6 7,317.2 1,243.1 292,533.0 11,173.3
65-74 144,491.4 5,054.5 7,701.4 897.5 7,700.6 1,354.0 159,955.6 5,307.3
75 and older 57,588.1 3,422.2 4,309.0 619.5 4,136.5 659.8 66,074.8 3,747.2
Total 2,336,093.7 36,886.3 193,289.5 6,275.2 82,355.4 5,066.8 2,617,126.4 37,924.2

KEY: SE = standard error.

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

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics and USDOT, Federal Highway Administration, 2001 National Household Travel Survey, CD-ROM, February 2005.