FIGURE G-9 Public Expenditures on Nonroadway Transportation Construction: 1995-2007

FIGURE G-9 Public Expenditures on Nonroadway Transportation Construction: 1995-2007

monthly data, seasonally adjusted

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TABLE G-9 Public Expenditures on Nonroadway Transportation Construction: January 2006-May 2007

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (millions of dollars)

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  State and local only Air transporation Land transporation Water transporation
January 2006 16,019 8,725 6,040 1,255
February 2006 15,817 8,432 6,148 1,236
March 2006 16,779 9,240 6,449 1,090
April 2006 17,325 9,273 6,734 1,319
May 2006 16,884 8,985 6,638 1,261
June 2006 17,861 9,617 7,137 1,106
July 2006 17,837 9,727 6,750 1,361
August 2006 17,837 10,134 6,435 1,268
September 2006 17,871 10,105 6,426 1,340
October 2006 17,756 9,919 6,529 1,309
November 2006 17,536 9,577 6,510 1,448
December 2006 18,622 10,978 6,306 1,338
January 2007 18,783 10,553 6,656 1,573
February 2007 18,667 10,048 6,992 1,626
March 2007 18,040 9,781 6,493 1,766
April 2007 18,583 9,518 7,071 1,994
May 2007 19,953 10,700 7,185 2,068

NOTES: Public expenditures on transportation construction is a measurement of growth of system capacity. Construction includes new buildings, infrastructure, renovations, site preparation, and other materials and structures involved in construction. Maintenance of existing facilities and structures is not included.

Construction expenditures on completely new routes and terminals are direct additions to system capacity. Construction expenditures (like renovations, expansions, conversions, etc.) on existing transportation infrastructure may result in improved maintenance and management capabilities, improved safety, and other attributes that increase capacity.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census; available at: http://www.census.gov/const/www/c30index.html as of September 2007.