Rhode Island - Bureau of Transportation Statistics RHODE ISLAND TRANSPORTATION BY THE NUMBERS RHODE
Rhode Island - Bureau of Transportation Statistics RHODE ISLAND TRANSPORTATION BY THE NUMBERS RHODE
Rhode Island - Bureau of Transportation Statistics RHODE ISLAND TRANSPORTATION BY THE NUMBERS RHODE
Rhode Island - Bureau of Transportation Statistics RHODE ISLAND TRANSPORTATION BY THE NUMBERS RHODE

Rhode Island - Bureau of Transportation Statistics RHODE ISLAND TRANSPORTATION BY THE NUMBERS RHODE

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  • ROAD CONDITION

    Good or Fair

    BRIDGE DECK AREA CONDITION

    Good

    Fair

    Poor

    January 2020

    Rhode Island

    Transportation Infrastructure Major Airports

    1

    1

    Transportation by the Numbers

    40

    6,013

    780

    58

    Major Water Ports

    Miles of Waterway

    Miles of Freight Railroad

    Bridges

    Miles of Public Road

    Includes ports ranked in the top 150

    ports by tonnage in 2017.

    Includes Federal Aviation

    Administration Part-139 public use

    airports.

    NUMBER OF MPOsNumber of MPOs

    1

    13.8%

    62.2%

    23.9%

    Roads with acceptable pavement

    ride quality based on International

    Roughness Index

    44.7%

  • POPULATION HOW RESIDENTS GET TO WORK Percentage of workers over age 16, 2018

    EMPLOYMENT

    LICENSED DRIVERS

    REGISTERED VEHICLES

    TRANSIT RIDERSHIP AVERAGE DAILY PERSON MILES AVERAGE DAILY PERSON TRIPS

    Miles per person per day, 2017 Trips per person per day, 2017

    AIR CARRIER ENPLANEMENTS PASSENGER TRAVEL BY TRIP PURPOSE TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY JOBS Percentage of annual person trips, 2017

    HIGHWAY TRAVEL Billions of vehicle miles traveled

    RHODE ISLAND TRANSPORTATION BY THE NUMBERS

    26.3

    36.1

    Rhode Island

    United States

    3.40

    3.37

    Rhode Island

    United States

    Social/recreational

    To/from work

    School/church

    Work-related

    Other

    TRUE

    TRUE Family/personal business

    Social/recreational

    To/from work

    School/church

    Work-related

    Other

    36.6%

    28.8%

    19.2%

    12.3%

    1.2%

    1.9%

    Drove alone Carpool Public

    transportation

    Bicycle Walked Taxi, motorcycle,

    other

    Worked at

    home

    81.3

    8.1

    2.2 0.3 3.4

    0.9 3.7

    76.3

    9.0 4.9

    0.5 2.6 1.3 5.3

    Rhode Island United States

    2008-2018

    -2.2%

    8.2 8.0

    2008 2018

    1.1m ▲ 0.5% 2019 2009-2019

    482.0k ▲ 2.6% 2018 2008-2018

    757.0k ▲ 1.2% 2018 2008-2018

    872.8k ▲ 9.6% 2017 2007-2017

    16.8m ▼ -23.5% 2018 2008-2018

    2.2m ▼ -8.3% 2018 2008-2018

    9.3k ▲ 3.9% 2018 2008-2018

    Truck transportation

    2,449 ▲ 13.4%

    Transit and ground passenger transportation

    2,724 ▼ -3.5%

    Air transportation

    366 ▼ -14.3%

    Other

    3,776 ▲ 6.1%

  • VALUE OF FREIGHT FLOW TONS OF FREIGHT FLOW TON-MILES OF FREIGHT FLOW

    RHODE ISLAND INTERSTATE FREIGHT FLOWS, 2018

    STATE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT TOP COMMODITIES SHIPPED FROM By value moved in billions of current dollars, 2018 By weight moved in millions of tons, 2018

    TOP COMMODITIES SHIPPED TO Millions of current dollars, 2017 By value moved in billions of current dollars, 2018 By weight moved in millions of tons, 2018

    TOP COMMODITIES SHIPPED WITHIN By value moved in billions of current dollars, 2018 By weight moved in millions of tons, 2018

    STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

    TRANSPORTATION

    REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES

    RHODE ISLAND TRANSPORTATION BY THE NUMBERS

    RHODE ISLAND

    RHODE ISLAND

    RHODE ISLAND

    $60.6b ▲ 28.6% Current dollars, 2018 2008-2018

    TRUE

    TRUE

    TRUE

    TRUE

    TRUE

    TRUE

    155

    25 58

    2

    447

    172

    75

    3

    Highway Transit Air Water

    Revenues

    Expenditures

    $7.7

    $7.1

    $3.9

    $2.4

    $1.7

    Gasoline

    Mixed freight

    Misc. mfg. prods.

    Electronics

    Pharmaceuticals

    $6.4

    $2.0

    $1.8

    $1.7

    $1.6

    Mixed freight

    Misc. mfg. prods.

    Motorized vehicles

    Pharmaceuticals

    Electronics

    $7.6

    $6.1

    $3.9

    $0.9

    $0.6

    Gasoline

    Motorized vehicles

    Fuel oils

    Mixed freight

    Misc. mfg. prods.

    7.7

    3.5

    1.4

    1.3

    0.8

    Gasoline

    Coal-n.e.c.

    Waste/scrap

    Other foodstuffs

    Fuel oils

    3.6

    2.5

    0.8

    0.6

    0.6

    Coal-n.e.c.

    Mixed freight

    Other foodstuffs

    Nonmetal min. prods.

    Wood prods.

    8.2

    4.1

    3.5

    1.9

    1.2

    Gasoline

    Fuel oils

    Gravel

    Waste/scrap

    Nonmetal min. prods.

    $83.4b ▲ 4.7% Current dollars, 2018 2012-2018

    54.0m ▲ 7.7% 2018 2012-2018

    7.5b ▲ 6.4% 2018 2012-2018

  • RAIL FATALITIES ENERGY USE BY SECTOR

    TRANSIT FATALITIES

    RECREATIONAL BOAT FATALITIES

    HIGHWAY FATALITIES

    HIGHWAY FATALITY RATE Fatalities per 100 million vehicle miles

    traveled, 2018

    HIGHWAY FATALITIES BY PERSON

    ALTERNATIVE FUEL STATIONS

    Percent of Btu consumed, 2017

    Number of stations, 2016-2018

    TRANSPORTATION ENERGY USE Trillion Btu consumed, 2007-2017

    0.74

    1.13

    Rhode Island

    United States

    Sources: Roads, Bridges, Licensed Drivers, Vehicle Miles Traveled, Motor Fuel Use-Federal Highway Administration. Railroads-American Association of Railroads. Airports-Federal Aviation Administration. Ports,

    Border Ports, Enplanements-Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Population, Employment, Commuting-U.S. Census Bureau. Transit Ridership, Transit Safety-Federal Transit Administration. Personal Travel-Federal

    Highway Administration, National Household Travel Survey. Freight-Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Freight Analysis Framework. GDP-Bureau of Economic Analysis. Highway Safety-National Highway Traffic

    Safety Administration. Rail Safety-Federal Railroad Administration. Recreational Boating Safety-U.S. Coast Guard. Energy Consumption, Emissions-Energy Information Administration. Alternative Fuel Stations-

    Alternative Fuels Data Center.

    RHODE ISLAND TRANSPORTATION BY THE NUMBERS

    63.7 59.7 2007 2017

    350.6

    416.2

    Rhode Island

    United States

    4.3 4.0

    2007 2017

    TRANSPORTATION ENERGY

    USE PER CAPITA Million Btu per capita, 2017

    HIGHWAY MOTOR FUEL USE PER

    CAPITA Gallons per capita, 2018

    Driver

    Passenger

    Motorcyclist

    Pedestrian

    Pedalcyclist

    Other

    37.3%

    16.9%

    30.5%

    11.9%

    1.7%

    1.7%

    Driver

    Passenger

    Motorcyclist

    Pedestrian

    Pedalcyclist

    Other

    56.6

    86.2

    Rhode Island

    United States

    TRANSPORTATION EMISSIONS Million metric tons of CO2, 2007-2017

    204

    0 5 6

    216

    0 4 6

    257

    0 4 5

    Electric Ethanol Compressed Natural Gas Biodiesel

    2016 2017 2018

    TRUE

    Residential

    30.7%

    Commercial

    24.3%

    Industrial

    12.5%

    32.5%

    Transportation

    Motor fuel

    Diesel

    Jet fuel

    Natural gas

    Other

    72.3%

    13.7%

    7.8%

    5.1%

    1.0%

    Energy Source 2 ▲ 100.0% 2018 2008-2018

    0 ─ 2018 2008-2018

    1 ▼ -75.0% 2018 2008-2018

    59 ▼ -9.2% 2018 2008-2018

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