Freight Facts and Figures was developed by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. It provides a snapshot of the volume and value of freight flows in the United States; the extent, condition, and performance of the physical network over which freight moves; the economic conditions that generate freight movements; the industry that carries freight; and the safety, energy, and environmental implications of freight transportation.
- Automated Track Inspection Program (ATIP) Exceptions per 100 Miles
- Average Vessel Capacity per Call at U.S. Ports
- Class I Railroad Locomotive Fleet by Year Built
- Commercial Vehicle Weight Enforcement Activities
- Condition of Airport Runway Pavement
- Condition of U.S. Roadways by Functional System
- Domestic Transportation Mode of Exports and Imports by Tonnage and Value
- Economic and Social Characteristics of the U.S.
- Employment by Industry