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Transportation Statistics Annual Report 1999

Transportation Statistics Annual Report 1999

Transportation Statistics Annual Report 1999

BTS 99-03

NOTE: This edition of the Transportation Statistics Annual Report is provided as a historical reference. A newer edition of this publication, with more recent data for many items, is available. Some information and data in the historical document for a stated time period may differ from that for the same time period in the newer edition, reflecting revisions in the data by the source.

Table of ContentsFile Formats
Entire ReportPDF
(4.35MB)
 
Front Matter HTML
(3KB)
Preface HTML
(2KB)
Summary HTML
(35KB)
Chapter 1 - System Extent and Condition HTML
(39KB)
Highway  
Rail  
Air  
Water  
Oil and Gas Pipelines  
Transit  
Information Technology Use in Transportation  
Data Needs  
References  
Box 1-1: High-Speed Rail Corridor Status HTML
(7KB)
Box 1-2: Report on Maritime Trade and Water Transportation HTML
(4KB)
Box 1-3: Railroad Applications for Information Technology HTML
(4KB)
Table 1-2: Highway Pavement Conditions: 1994–97 HTML
(55KB)
Table 1-3: Highway Bridge Conditions: 1990 and 1997 HTML
(14KB)
Table 1-4: U.S.-Flag Waterborne Cargo-Carrying Vessel Fleet Profile: 1997 HTML
(9KB)
Figure 1-1: Urban and Rural Roadway Mileage by Surface Type: 1950–97 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 1-2: Registered Highway Vehicle Trends: 1987–97 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 1-3: Trends in Directional Route-Miles Serviced by Mass Transit: 1992–97 HTML
(2KB)
Figure 1-4: Indicators of Intelligent Transportation System Infrastructure Deployment: Fiscal Year 1997 HTML
(2KB)
Chapter 2 - Transportation System Use and Performance HTML
(72KB)
Passenger Travel  
Domestic Freight  
International Freight  
Use and Performance  
References  
Box 2-1: The Commodity Flow Survey and Supplementary Freight Data HTML
(4KB)
Table 2-1: Population and Passenger Travel in the United States: 1977 and 1995 HTML
(6KB)
Table 2-2: Daily and Long-Distance Trips by Mode: 1995 HTML
(3KB)
Table 2-3: Person Trips per Day by Purpose and Sex: 1995 HTML
(3KB)
Table 2-4: Domestic- and Export-Bound Freight Shipments within the United States: 1993 and 1997 HTML
(10KB)
Table 2-5: Modal Shares of Freight Shipments within the United States by Domestic Establishments: 1993 and 1997 HTML
(7KB)
Table 2-6: U.S. Freight Shipments by Distance Shipped: 1993 and 1997 HTML
(5KB)
Table 2-7: Major Commodities Shipped in the United States: 1997 HTML
(7KB)
Table 2-8: Shipments by Size: 1993 and 1997 HTML
(5KB)
Table 2-9: Top 10 U.S. Merchandise Trade Partners by Value: 1980 and 1997 HTML
(9KB)
Table 2-10: Top Water Ports for International Trade: 1997 HTML
(9KB)
Table 2-11: Highway Vehicle-Miles Traveled by Functional Class: 1980–97 HTML
(5KB)
Table 2-12: Urban Congestion Indicators for 70 Urban Areas: Selected Years HTML
(4KB)
Table 2-13: Urban Transit Indicators: 1987–97 HTML
(7KB)
Table 2-14: Top 10 State Rail Freight Flows and Major Commodities: 1997 HTML
(9KB)
Figure 2-1: Person-Miles Traveled per Day: 1995 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-2: Long-Distance Trips per Person: 1995 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-3: Freight Shipments and Related Factors of Growth: 1993–97 HTML
(2KB)
Figure 2-4: Modal Shares of U.S. Merchandise Trade by Value and Tons: 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-5: Top Border Land Ports: 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-6: Top Freight Gateways by Shipment Value: 1997 HTML
(2KB)
Figure 2-7: Congested Person-Miles of Travel in 70 Urban Areas HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-8: Enplanements at Major Hubs: 1987 and 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-9: Tonnage Handled by Major Ports: 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-10: Largest Transit Markets: 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-11: ADA-Accessible Vehicles by Mode: 1994–97 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-12: Railroad Network Showing Volume of Freight: 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 2-13: Rail Carload Mix: 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Chapter 3 - Transportation and the Economy HTML
(35KB)
Transportation and Gross Domestic Product  
Public Transportation Revenues and Expenditures  
Capital Investment and Capital Stock  
Data Needs  
References  
Table 3-1: Transportation-Related Components of U.S. GDP: 1993–98 (Current $ billions) HTML
(19KB)
Table 3-2: Transportation-Related Components of U.S. GDP: 1993–98 (Chained 1992 $ billions) HTML
(18KB)
Table 3-3: Major Societal Functions in GDP HTML
(4KB)
Table 3-4: U.S. Gross Domestic Product by For-Hire Transportation Industries HTML
(7KB)
Table 3-5: Household Transportation Expenditures: 1994–96 HTML
(6KB)
Table 3-6: Net Capital Stock of Highways and Streets HTML
(3KB)
Figure 3-1: Characteristics of Household Transportation Expenditures by Age Group 73 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 3-2: Modal Share of Transportation Industry Employment: 1997 73 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 3-3: Employment in Transportation Occupations: 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 3-4: Labor Productivity Trends by Mode HTML
(1KB)
Figure 3-5: Growth in Government Transportation Revenues: 1986–95 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 3-6: Government Transportation Revenues by Mode: Fiscal Year 1995 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 3-7: Growth in Government Transportation Expenditures: 1986–95 HTML
(1KB)
Chapter 4 - Transportation Safety HTML
(47KB)
Long-Term Trends  
Transportation of School Children  
Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety  
Terrorism and Transportation Security  
International Trends in Road Safety  
Data Needs  
References  
Table 4-1: Fatalities, Injuries, and Accidents/Incidents by Transportation Mode HTML
(30KB)
Table 4-2: Detailed Distribution of Transportation Fatalities by Mode: 1997 HTML
(12KB)
Table 4-3: Highway Fatalities and Injuries by Occupant and Nonoccupant Category HTML
(34KB)
Table 4-4: Pedestrian Crash Types HTML
(2KB)
Table 4-5: Bicycle-Motor Vehicle Crash Types HTML
(3KB)
Table 4-6: International Terrorist Incidents and Casualties: 1993–98 HTML
(2KB)
Table 4-7: Motor Vehicle Fatalities in Selected Countries: 1980 and 1996 HTML
(9KB)
Figure 4-1: Fatality Rates for Selected Modes HTML
(2KB)
Figure 4-2: School Transportation by Mode: 1995 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 4-3: Fatal Crashes and Occupant Fatalities Among School-Age Children by Vehicle Type: 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 4-4: Relative Change in Motorist, Bicyclist, and Pedestrian Fatalities: 1975–97 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 4-5: Bicycle Fatalities by Age of Bicyclist: 1975–97 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 4-6: World Motor Vehicle Registration Trends: 1960–95 HTML
(1KB)
Chapter 5 - Transportation, Energy, and the Environment HTML
(118KB)
Energy  
Greenhouse Gases  
Environment  
Data Needs  
References  
Table 5-1: Alternative Transportation Fuels HTML
(8KB)
Table 5-2: Carbon Emissions by Sector HTML
(3KB)
Table 5-3: Mobile Source Urban Hazardous Air Pollutants: 1990 Base Year HTML
(12KB)
Table 5-4: Aircraft-Related Criteria Pollutants Emitted at Airports: 1997 HTML
(5KB)
Table 5-5: Toxic Release Inventory Data for Transportation Equipment Manufacturing: 1996 HTML
(20KB)
Table 5-6: Wastes from Vehicle Dismantling Operations that may be Classified as Hazardous HTML
(1KB)
Figure 5-1: Transportation Energy and Economic Activity: 1960–97 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 5-2: Transportation Energy Use by Mode: 1997 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 5-3: Highway Vehicle Average Fuel Consumption: 1960–97 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 5-4: U.S. Sales of Domestic and Foreign Light-Duty Vehicles by Class HTML
(1KB)
Figure 5-5: Fuel Economy of Light Vehicles by Class and Sales Change: 1990–97 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 5-6: Petroleum Production and Imports: 1980–98 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 5-7: World Oil Price: 1980–98 HTML
(1KB)
Figure 5-8: National Transportation Emissions Trends Index: 1970–97 HTML
(2KB)
Figure 5-9: Modal Shares of Key Criteria Pollutants from Transportation Sources: 1997 HTML
(2KB)
Figure 5-10: National Air Quality Trends Index for Criteria Pollutants: 1975–97 HTML
(2KB)
Chapter 6 - The State of Transportation Statistics HTML
(13KB)
References  
Box 6-1: Domestic Transportation of International Trade HTML
(5KB)
Table 6-1: Transportation Data Needs HTML
(8KB)
Appendices HTML
(5KB)
Appendix A: List of Acronyms HTML
(5KB)
Appendix B: U.S./Metric Conversions and Energy Unit Equivalents HTML
(2KB)
Index HTML
(107KB)
Updated: Tuesday, June 27, 2017