New York - Transportation Profile

New York
Transportation Profile

2002


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Table of Contents File Formats
Entire Report
Acknowledgments
New York Fast Facts
Preface
Chapter A - Infrastructure
Table 1-1 - New York Public Road Length, Miles by Functional System: 1995-2000
Table 1-2 - New York Public Road Length, Miles by Ownership: 2000
Table 1-3 - New York Toll Roads: 2001
Table 1-4 - New York Toll Bridges, Tunnels, and Ferries: 2001
Table 1-5 - New York Road Condition by Functional System – Rural: 1995-2000
Table 1-6 - New York Road Condition by Functional System – Urban: 1995-2000
Table 1-7 - Highway Bridge Condition: 2001
Table 1-8 - Characteristics of Directly Operated Motor Bus Transit in New York: 2000
Table 1-9 - Characteristics of Rail Transit in New York: 2000
Table 1-10 - Civil and Joint-Use Airports, Heliports, STOLports, and Seaplane Bases in New York: 2002
Table 1-11 - New York Commercial Service Airport Enplanements: 2000
Table 1-12 - Freight Railroads in New York and the United States: 2000
Table 1-13 - Freight Railroads Operating in New York by Class: 2000
Table 1-14 - New York Water Ports Ranked in Top 150 U.S. Ports by Tonnage: 2000
Table 1-15 - Inland Waterway Mileage: 2000
Figure 1-1 - Rural Road Conditions in New York: 2000
Figure 1-2 - Urban Road Conditions in New York: 2000
Figure 1-3 - Highway Bridge Condition in New York and the United States: 1996-2001
Chapter B - Safety
Table 2-1 - Highway Traffic Fatalities and Fatality Rates: 2000
Table 2-2 - Passenger Car Occupants Killed and Restraint Use: 2000
Table 2-3 - Key Provisions of Safety Belt Use Laws: 2000
Table 2-4 - Shoulder Belt Use: 2000
Table 2-5 - Pedestrian Fatalities Involving Motor Vehicles: 2000
Table 2-6 - Motor Vehicle Fatalities Involving High Blood Alcohol Concentration: 1995 and 2000
Table 2-7 - Impaired Driving Laws: 2000
Table 2-8 - Maximum Posted Speed Limits by System: 2001
Table 2-9 - Total Rail Accidents/Incidents: 2000
Table 2-10 - Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Incidents: 2000
Table 2-11 - Highway-Rail Grade Crossings by Type: 2000
Table 2-12 - Warning Devices at Public Highway-Rail Grade Crossings: 2000
Table 2-13 - Types of People Injured in New York Train Accidents/Incidents: 2000
Table 2-14 - New York Transit Safety Data: 2000
Table 2-15 - U.S. Transit Safety Data: 2000
Table 2-16 - Recreational Boating Accidents: 2000
Table 2-17 - Alcohol Involvement in Recreational Boating Accidents: 1999 and 2000
Table 2-18 - Hazardous Materials Incidents: 2000
Table 2-19 - New York Hazardous Materials Incidents by Mode: 2000
Table 2-20 - Natural Gas Distribution Pipeline Incidents: 1995-2000
Table 2-21 - Natural Gas Transmission Pipeline Incidents: 1995-2000
Table 2-22 - Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Incidents: 1995-2000
Figure 2-1 - Shoulder Belt Use: 1998-2000
Figure 2-2 - New York Train Accidents: 1995-2000
Figure 2-3 - New York Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Fatalities and Injuries: 1995-2000
Figure 2-4 - Railroad Trespasser Deaths and Injuries in New York: 1995-2000
Figure 2-5 - New York Recreational Boating Accidents: 1995-2000
Figure 2-6 - New York Recreational Boating Accidents Involving Alcohol: 1996-2000
Figure 2-7 - New York Hazardous Materials Incidents: 1995-2000
Figure 2-8 - New York Hazardous Materials Incidents by Mode: 1995-2000
Chapter C - Freight Transportation
Table 3-1 - Domestic Shipments to New York by State: 1997
Table 3-2 - Domestic Shipments from New York by State: 1997
Table 3-3 - Shipments Originating in New York by Mode of Transportation: 1997
Table 3-4 - Domestic Shipments from New York by Truck: 1997
Table 3-5 - Domestic Shipments to New York by Truck: 1997
Table 3-6 - Truck Shipments from New York by Commodity: 1997
Table 3-7 - Rail Shipments Terminating in New York: 1999 and 2000
Table 3-8 - Rail Shipments Originating in New York: 1999 and 2000
Table 3-9 - Foreign and Domestic Waterborne Shipments Originating in New York by Destination: 2000
Table 3-10 - Foreign and Domestic Waterborne Shipments to New York by Origin: 2000
Table 3-11 - Foreign and Domestic Waterborne Shipments Originating in New York by Commodity: 2000
Table 3-12 - Domestic Waterborne Shipments Originating in New York by Commodity: 2000
Table 3-13 - Foreign and Domestic Waterborne Shipments to New York by Commodity: 2000
Table 3-14 - Domestic Waterborne Shipments to New York by Commodity: 2000
Table 3-15 - U.S. Waterborne Imports by State and Vessel Type: 1999
Table 3-16 - U.S. Waterborne Exports by State and Vessel Type: 1999
Table 3-17 - Top 15 U.S. Containership Ports by Port Calls and Vessel Size: 1999
Table 3-18 - Scheduled and Nonscheduled Air Freight and Mail Enplaned: 2000
Table 3-19 - Surface Merchandise Trade with Canada and Mexico: 2000
Table 3-20 - Incoming Truck Crossings, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 3-21 - Incoming Truck Container (Loaded) Crossings, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 3-22 - Incoming Truck Container (Unloaded) Crossings, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 3-23 - Incoming Train Crossings, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 3-24 - Incoming Rail Container (Full) Crossings, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 3-25 - Incoming Rail Containers (Empty) Crossings, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 3-26 - Top 50 U.S. Foreign Trade Freight Gateways: 2000
Figure 3-1 - New York Surface Merchandise Trade with Canada and Mexico: 1997-2000
Figure 3-2 - Truck and Rail Imports from Mexico to New York by Weight: 1997-2000
Figure 3-3 - Truck and Rail Imports from Canada to New York by Weight: 1997-2000
Map 3-1 - New York Network Truck Flows: 1998
Map 3-2 - New York Total Rail Flows: 1999
Chapter D - Passenger Travel
Table 4-1 - Commuting to Work: 2000
Table 4-2 - Licensed Drivers: 2000
Table 4-3 - Major Urban Transit Agencies in New York: 2000
Table 4-4 - New York Airports in Top 50 by Passengers Enplaned: 2000
Table 4-5 - Incoming Personal Vehicle Crossings, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 4-6 - Incoming Passengers in Personal Vehicles, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 4-7 - Incoming Train Passengers, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 4-8 - Incoming Bus Crossings, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 4-9 - Incoming Passengers on Buses, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 4-10 - Incoming Pedestrians, U.S.–Canadian Border: 1995-2000
Table 4-11 - Overseas Visitors to the United States: Top 20 Destination States and Territories: 1995 and 2000
Table 4-12 - Overseas Visitors to the United States: Top 20 Destination Cities: 1995 and 2000
Figure 4-1 - Licensed Drivers in New York by Age and Sex: 2000
Figure 4-2 - Overseas Visitors to New York: 1995-2000
Chapter E - Registered Vehicles and Vehicle-Miles Traveled
Table 5-1 - New York and U.S. Motor-Vehicle Registrations: 2000
Table 5-2 - New York and U.S. Trailer and Semi-Trailer Registrations: 2000
Table 5-3 - New York Truck Characteristics and Use: 1997
Table 5-4 - Highway Vehicle-Miles Traveled (VMT): 2000
Table 5-5 - Highway, Demographic, and Geographic Characteristics of Urbanized Areas in New York: 2000
Table 5-6 - New York and U.S. Recreational Boat Registrations by Propulsion Type: 1999 and 2000
Table 5-7 - General Aviation and Air Taxi Aircraft and Hours Flown: 2000
Table 5-8 - Active Aviation Pilots and Flight Instructors: 2000
Figure 5-1 - Highway Vehicle-Miles Traveled, United States and New York: 1995-2000
Figure 5-2 - New York Recreational Boat Registrations: 1996-2000
Chapter F - Economy and Finance
Table 6-1 - Transportation and Warehousing Establishments and Employment in New York: 1999
Table 6-2 - Transportation and Warehousing Establishments and Employment in the United States: 1999
Table 6-3 - Transportation Revenues Collected by State and Local Governments in New York: 1995-1999
Table 6-4 - Transportation Expenditures by State and Local Governments in New York: 1995-1999
Table 6-5 - State Motor-Fuel Tax Rates: 2000
Chapter G - Energy and Environment
Table 7-1 - Transportation Energy Consumption: 1999
Table 7-2 - Energy Consumption by End-Use Sector: 1999
Table 7-3 - Transportation Energy Consumption per Capita: 1999
Table 7-4 - New York and U.S. Motor-Fuel Use: 2000
Table 7-5 - New York Air Quality Nonattainment Areas for Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Table 7-6 - New York Air Quality Nonattainment Areas for Ozone (O3)
Table 7-7 - New York Air Quality Nonattainment Areas for Particulate Matter (PM-10)
Table 7-8 - Highway Noise Barriers: 1999
Figure 7-1 - Energy Consumption by End-Use Sector: 1999
Figure 7-2 - New York Transportation Energy Consumption: 1995-1999
Chapter H - Information on Data Sources
Chapter I - Glossary
Map: New York Major Transportation Facilities



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