Table 1.—Total Use of Transportation Across Industries

Industry Commodity
Millions of dollars at producers' prices Percent
For-hire transportation Own-account transportation Total transportation Share of total for-hire transportation Share of total own-account transportation Share of total transportation
Agriculture, forestry, and fisheries 5,720 13,177 18,897 1.5 8.0 3.5
Mining 2,810 3,870 6,680 .7 2.3 1.2
Construction 13,286 38,950 52,235 3.5 23.5 9.6
Manufacturing 80,248 21,806 102,054 21.0 13.2 18.7
Railroads and related services; passenger ground transportation 3,470 3,470 .9 .6
Motor freight transportation and warehousing 35,049 35,049 9.2 6.4
Water transportation 5,889 5,889 1.5 1.1
Air transportation 14,409 14,409 3.8 2.6
Pipelines, freight forwarders, and related services 1,294 1,294 .3 .2
State and local government passenger transit 173 173 (*) (*)
Own-account transportation 1,306 1,306 .3 .2
Communications and utilities 8,803 1,187 9,990 2.3 .7 1.8
Wholesale and retail trade 8,963 42,819 51,783 2.4 25.9 9.5
Finance, insurance, and real estate 10,523 899 11,422 2.8 .5 2.1
Services 21,482 42,035 63,517 5.6 25.4 11.6
Other/1/ 4,500 718 5,218 1.2 .4 1.0
Total commodity output 381,300 165,461 546,761 100.0 100.0 100.0

* Less than 0.1 percent.

1. "Other" consists of government enterprises (except state and local government passenger transit) and other input-output special industries. See Ann M. Lawson, "Benchmark Input-Output Accounts for the U.S. Economy, 1992: Make, Use, and Supplementary Tables," SURVEY OF CURRENT BUSINESS 77 (November 1997): 58-62.