TABLE 4-3 - Airport, Ferry, Intercity and Commuter Rail Passenger Intermodal Connectivity as of October 2010

TABLE 4-3 - Airport, Ferry, Intercity and Commuter Rail Passenger Intermodal Connectivity as of October 2010

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Number of facilities

  48 contiguous states Alaska & Hawaii Total
Airports 434 237 671
With intermodal connections 148 11 159
Without intermodal connections 286 226 512
Percent with connections 34.1% 4.6% 23.7%
Intercity rail stationsa 507 22 529
With intermodal connections 271 6 277
Without intermodal connections 236 16 252
Percent with connections 53.5% 27.3% 52.4%
Commuter rail stationsa 1,160 0 1,160
With intermodal connections 812 0 812
Without intermodal connections 348 0 348
Percent with connections 70.0% N/A 70.0%
Passenger ferry terminals 256 42 298
With intermodal connections 112 10 122
Without intermodal connections 144 32 176
Percent with connections 43.8% 23.8% 40.9%
Airports, ferry terminals and intercity/commuter rail stations 2,265 301 2,566
With intermodal connections 1,255 27 1,282
Without intermodal connections 1,010 274 1,284
Percent with connections 55.4% 9.0% 50.0%

a There are 92 stations on the national rail network that are served by both intercity and commuter rail. Data for these 92 stations are included in both the commuter and intercity rail categories. However, these stations are counted only once in the totals at the bottom of this table.

NOTES: The Intermodal Passenger Connectivity Database measures the connectivity between different modes of passenger transportation by counting the number of passenger transportation terminals and the availability of connections among the various scheduled public transportation modes at each facility. All identifiable regularly scheduled stopping locations, whether or not a terminal building is present, are considered terminals for this database. Data for Airports, Intercity rail stations, Commuter rail stations, and Passenger ferry terminals were collected from 2006-2010. Updating and collection of data for other modes is ongoing. When facilities of more than one mode are co-located, the facility for each mode is counted separately for purposes of total facilities. However, rail stations on the national network that served both intercity and commuter rail are included only once in the totals at the bottom of the table.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Intermodal Passenger Connectivity Database, October 2010.