Table 2 Transportation Services Costs to Establishments in Nontransportation Industries: 1992
Transportation Services Costs to Establishments in Nontransportation Industries: 1992
|Industry||In-house services ($ millions)||For-hire transportation services ($ millions)||Total transportation ($ millions)||Industry output ($ millions)||Transportation costs per $ output (Cents)|
|Agriculture, forestry, fisheries||13,177||5,720||18,897||237,662||8.0|
|Communications and utilities||1,187||8,803||9,990||520,688||1.9|
|Finance, insurance, real estate||899||10,523||11,422||1,654,732||0.7|
* In the national accounts, the services sector includes: hotels and lodging; personal and repair services; computer and data processing; legal, engineering, and accounting services; business and professional services; advertising; automobile repair and services; amusements; health services; and education and social services.
Note: Transportation costs to industries, as shown here, should not be confused with transportation costs embodied in goods grouped by product category in figure 2.
Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, April 1998.