US Freight

US Freight: Facts and Figures [BTS DATA]

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US Freight by Mind Map: US Freight

1. Cargo Types

1.1. Bulk

1.1.1. Dry-Bulk

1.1.2. Liquid-Bulk

1.1.3. Break-Bulk

1.2. Container

1.2.1. Refrigerated

1.2.2. Intermodal-Container

2. Transport Types

2.1. Maritime

2.1.1. Container-Ships

2.1.2. Tankers

2.1.3. Coasters

2.1.4. Lake-Freighters

2.1.5. Barges

2.2. Ground

2.2.1. Rail

2.2.2. Road

2.2.3. Pipeline

2.3. Air

2.3.1. Cargo-Aicraft

2.3.2. Combi-Aircraft

3. Aggregate Freight (US)

3.1. Value [Millions of $'s]

3.1.1. Truck - 2,064,562 (58%)

3.1.2. Rail - 333,397 (9%)

3.1.3. Water - 200,834 (6%)

3.1.4. Air - 430,403 (12%)

3.1.5. Multiple modes - 380,238 (11%)

3.1.6. Pipeline - 153,552 (4%)

3.2. Tons [Thousands]

3.2.1. Truck - 747,752 (43%)

3.2.2. Rail - 337,311 (19%)

3.2.3. Water - 219,838 (13%)

3.2.4. Air - 3,673 (>1%)

3.2.5. Multiple Modes - 159,667 (9%)

3.2.6. Pipeline - 262,618 (15%)

4. Energy/Fuel (US)

4.1. Energy Consumption [Trillions of BTU's]

4.1.1. Truck - 6,209.69

4.1.2. Class 1 Rail - 507.23

4.1.3. Water - 1,135.29

4.1.4. Pipeline - 697.35

4.2. Energy Intensity [BTU's Per Mile]

4.2.1. Highway - 22,848 (per vehicle-mile)

4.2.2. Class 1 Rail - 14,415 (per freight-car-mile)

4.2.3. Class 1 Rail - 299 (per ton-mile)

4.2.4. Water - 218 (per ton-mile)

4.3. Fuel Consumption [Millions of Gallons]

4.3.1. Highway (Truck) - 45,367

4.3.2. Class 1 Rail - 3,657

4.3.3. Water - 2,681

5. Number of Vehicles

5.1. Trucks (Total) - 11,157,266

5.2. Class 1 Rail (Locomotive) - 24,752

5.2.1. Year Built

5.2.1.1. Before 1995 - 34%

5.2.1.2. 1995-1999 - 17%

5.2.1.3. 2000-2004 - 16%

5.2.1.4. 2005-2009 - 15%

5.2.1.5. 2010-2014 - 12%

5.2.1.6. After 2014 - 6%

5.3. Water (Self-Propelled) - 9,044

5.3.1. Age [From Year Built or Rebuilt]

5.3.1.1. <6years - 14.2%

5.3.1.2. 6-10 years - 12%

5.3.1.3. 11-15 years - 9.4%

5.3.1.4. 16-20 years - 8.8%

5.3.1.5. 21-25 years - 5.2%

5.3.1.6. >25 years - 50.4%

6. Congestion/Delays

6.1. Metro Congestion [Minutes of Delay]

6.1.1. LA (CA) - 528

6.1.2. DC (WSH) - 429

6.1.3. Seattle (WA) - 428

6.1.4. San Francisco (CA) - 416

6.1.5. NY (NY) - 408

6.1.6. Portland (OR) - 400

6.1.7. Baltimore (MD) - 376

6.1.8. Denver (CO) - 359

6.1.9. Miami (FL) - 348

6.1.10. Houston (TX) - 340

6.2. Lock/Barge Delay

6.2.1. Average Age of Locks - 62 years

6.2.2. Total Lockages - 584,563

6.2.3. Average Delays - 154 mins

6.2.4. Percent of Vessels Delayed - 49%

7. Top 10 US Ports

7.1. By Short-Tons [Millions]

7.1.1. Port of South Louisiana, LA - 275.1

7.1.2. Houston, TX - 260.1

7.1.3. New York, NY and NJ - 135.9

7.1.4. New Orleans, LA - 96.3

7.1.5. Beaumont, TX - 89.4

7.1.6. Corpus Christi, TX - 87.3

7.1.7. Long Beach, CA - 86.0

7.1.8. Baton Rouge, LA - 77.0

7.1.9. Port of Virginia, VA - 67.3

7.1.10. Los Angeles, CA - 65.8

7.2. By Containerized Cargo [TEU's]

7.2.1. Los Angeles, CA - 5,474

7.2.2. Long Beach, CA - 4.907

7.2.3. New York, NY - 4,521

7.2.4. Savannah, GA - 2,820

7.2.5. Norfolk, VA - 1.965

7.2.6. Houston, TX - 1,761

7.2.7. Charleston, SC - 1,554

7.2.8. Oakland, CA - 1,523

7.2.9. Tacoma, WA - 1,334

7.2.10. Seattle, WA - 810