Figure 2 Transportation Services Costs Embodied in a Dollar of Goods and Services Purchased by Consumers and Other End-Users: 1992

Figure 2
Transportation Services Costs Embodied in a Dollar of Goods and Services Purchased by Consumers and Other End-Users: 1992

Figure 2 - Transportation Services Costs Embodied in a Dollar of Goods and Services Purchased by Consumers and Other End-Users: 1992. If you are a user with a disability and cannot view this image, please call 800-853-1351 or email answers@bts.gov for further assistance.

Truck shipments for Alaska are about the same size as New Hampshires and shipments for Hawaii are about the same size as Rhode Islands.

NOTE: The size of each circle represents shipments by truck from manufacturing, mining, farming, and wholesale establishments. Imports, shipments crossing the U.S. en route between foreign origins and destinations, and shipments by service industries, governments, and households are excluded. Shipments from, to, and within each state are compiled from the 1993 Commodity Flow Survey, adjusted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory to include farm-based shipments in the 1992 Census of Agriculture. Oak Ridge estimated through shipments by assigning flows to most likely routes on the National Highway Planning Network

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, May 5, 1997.