TRANSPORTATION DATA SOURCES
free data on transportation
stats. Publications on aviation/maritime stats for 2002
available for purchase.
(US) Statistics from US Bureau
of Transportation Statistics
DEPT OF TRANSPORT. Online publication of stats
called Transport Statistics Great Britain. 2003
edition. Also available are “International
Comparisons” charts comprised of stats from various
American Transportation Atlas Data (NORTAD) is
a set of transportation-related geospatial data for the United
States. The data consist of transportation networks, transportation
facilities, and other spatial data used as geographic reference.
This CD-ROM works with the GIS software. Available through
purchase from BTS.
BTS publication on
international info found in Transportation
Statistics Annual Reports, now available up to year 2003.
They have simple charts on a variety of topics.
ECLAC look for BTI (Int’l
Transport Database) and the publication International
trade and Transport Profile of Latin American Countries.
AVIATION DATA SOURCES
Transport Association) Most of the stats are for purchase
statistics and other general statistics available.
World Air Transport Statistics
annual report. 2001 available in SSRC—earlier editions
going back to 1970s also available. Regional traffic flows
for passangers and freight.
Civil Aviation Organization Int’l list
offices on aviation.
Publications called Digest
of Statistics. Three of the most relevant are “On-flight
Origins and Destinations,” “Flights,” and
“Civil Aviation Statistics of the World.” These
are available through purchase only.
Council Interational has some basic int’l
stats under “Traffic Data.” No country to country
file examples from website (compiled for website) on Canadian
Office of Airline Information Many tables on the website,
such as tables on airport activity and flight details (fuel
consumption, delays, airport lists).
OF AIRLINE INFORMATION has U.S.
Int’l Air Passenger and Freight Statistics Go to
Aviation Industry Data: Online data for 2000-2001 is in pdf
format. Earlier data (1990-1999) is in txt. Data on passenger
and freight travel, and on top gateways to the World and the
(Air Transport Association) has a historical
chart on US passengers enplaned dating back to 1926. Also
available from ATA through purchase is the CD-ROM of “Summary
tables of passenger traffic flows on U.S. scheduled airlines,
as reported to the U.S. Department of Transportation in Data
Bank 1A." Passenger volumes are shown by trip origin
and destination (O&D),including detail on carriers and
transfer points involved in each city pair.
statistics on additional airport related information.
MARITIME DATA SOURCES
Online database called Maritime
Profile of Latin America and the Caribbean
Transportation in Latin America and the Caribbean
a publication from the UT Austin LBJ School whose graphs shows
some regional trade from LAC to world. Through purchase only.
INSTITUTE FOR SHIPPING ECONOMICS
AND LOGISTICS has an impressive online
TOP 20 STATS from
the US Bureau of Transportation
Statistics. BTS also has a publication, Maritime Trade
and Transporation, 2002. Chapter 1 has tables on global trends,
however there are no tables or charts showing region-to-region
GROUND TRANSPORTATION DATA SOURCES
free data for railway
Road Federation (IRF) - Access only through membership.
Publications available through purchase like the online publication
Road Statistics 2002” Available in hardcover. Chapters
on road networks, vehicle use, road accidents, road user taxes
and traffic. Also, from IRF are pdf
files called Market Profiles for Mexico
which lists useful contacts of Mexican and Brazilian transportation
organizations (including foreign contacts).
The World Bank has an online
Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT):
has stats on railways and roads
UNION OF RAILWAYS (UIC) has links to various