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Government Publications- U.S. Statistical Resources

Energy & Transportation

  • U.S. Energy Information Administration
    Provides access to statistics on U.S. energy production and consumption by geography, fuel, sector, price, process, environment, forecasts, or analyses. Many time series go back as far as 1949, and can be downloaded. International energy statistics dating back to 1980 are also available from the International Energy Annual.

  • RITA: Research and Innovative Technology Administration
    From the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics, this site develops and disseminates statistics on various modes of transportation, including air, rail, highway, passenger car, bike/pedestrian, maritime, transit, and more. Also provides statistics on topics such as safety, freight transport, passenger travel, air fares, North American transborder statistics, transportation services, infrastructure and environment.

  • Gasoline and Disel Fuel Update
    From the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Weekly frequency.

  • International Energy Agency (IEA)
    The Energy Statistics Division (ESD) of the IEA collects, processes and publishes data and information on energy production, trade, stocks, transformation, consumption, prices and taxes as well as on greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Airlines 4 America: Economics - Traffic & Financial Results
    This section contains selected quarterly and annual financial information regarding the aggregate operation and financial performance of the U.S. airline industry and the global airline industry.

  • Bureau of Transportation Statistics
    Statistics from the U.S. Department of Transportation.

  • Federal Aviation Administration: Data and Research
    Includes Accident & Incident Reports, Aviation Data & Statistics, Commercial Space Data, Passengers & Cargo Data, and Safety Data.

  • Transborder Surface Freight data
    The Transborder Surface Freight Dataset provides North American merchandise trade data by commodity type, by surface mode of transportation (rail, truck, pipeline, mail and other), and with geographic detail for U.S. exports to and imports from Canada and Mexico.

    This type of information is being used to monitor freight flows and changes to them since the signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) by the United States, Canada and Mexico in December 1993 and its entry into force on January 1, 1994.