TABLE G-12 Passenger and Freight Expenditures: 1991-2001

TABLE G-12 Passenger and Freight Expenditures: 1991-2001

Millions (in current dollars)

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  TOTAL passenger and freight transportation expenditures PASSENGER transportation expenditures, total Highway Intercity bus Air Rail Water
1995 945,316 693,889 600,289 1,800 83,681 4,132 3,988
1996 1,010,079 747,346 648,709 1,900 87,929 4,576 4,231
1997 1,071,632 798,216 691,562 2,200 95,312 4,701 4,440
1998 1,098,126 837,566 722,525 2,200 102,819 4,786 5,237
1999 1,188,252 914,032 790,538 2,200 110,110 4,954 6,230
2000 1,287,038 995,747 859,347 2,400 120,987 5,316 7,697
2001 1,296,037 1,010,043 885,022 2,400 108,791 5,560 8,270
2002 1,300,203 1,013,152 895,894 2,400 100,573 5,634 8,652
2003 1,362,963 1,064,204 942,594 2,300 104,422 5,833 9,055
2004 1,448,699 1,117,709 995,617 2,100 104,354 6,199 9,438

  FREIGHT transportation expenditures, total Highway Air Rail Water Oil pipeline Other
1995 251,427 140,774 10,901 34,342 25,162 27,346 12,902
1996 262,733 149,784 11,843 34,903 23,980 28,774 13,449
1997 273,416 159,798 12,984 35,349 23,761 27,093 14,431
1998 260,560 148,222 13,259 35,295 24,767 23,750 15,267
1999 274,220 155,982 14,374 35,893 26,667 25,329 15,975
2000 291,291 165,538 15,838 36,282 30,925 26,057 16,651
2001 285,994 162,984 15,107 36,579 29,574 25,678 16,072
2002 287,051 164,332 15,749 36,921 28,643 25,318 16,088
2003 298,759 168,596 16,325 38,268 34,191 25,194 16,184
2004 330,990 186,045 17,707 42,160 40,612 27,622 16,844

NOTES: The numbers in this table are not comparable with the previous issue because the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute changed its methodology. Air passenger includes aircraft and operating costs, plus domestic and international air passenger federal excise taxes. Rail passenger includes federal operating subsidies and capital grants for Amtrak and the Northeast Corridor. Water passenger includes international. Air freight includes domestic and international. Other includes shipping, recieving, and traffic clerks.

SOURCE: Eno Transportation Foundation Inc., Transportation in America, 20th ed. (Washington, DC: 2006), pp.32-34.