Bureau of Transportation Statistics
is to lead in developing transportation data andinformation of high quality and to advance their effective use inboth public and private transportation decisionmaking.
Our vision for the future:
Data and information of high qualitywill support every significant transportation policy decision, thusadvancing the quality of life and the economic well-being of allAmericans.
Transportation Statistics Annual Report 2000
and other BTS publications
Mail:Product OrdersBureau of Transportation StatisticsU.S. Department of Transportation400 Seventh Street, SW, Room 3430Washington, DC 20590Phone:202-366-DATA [press 1]Fax:202-366-3197Internet:www.bts.gov
U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of TransportationStatistics,
Transportation Statistics Annual Report 2000,
BTS01-02(Washington, DC: 2001).
Chapters 1, 2, 4, 5—Marsha Fenn for Bureau of TransportationStatistics: Metro, Washington, DC; luggage carousel, Reagan NationalAirport, Washington, DC; MARC train at Camden Yards Station,Baltimore, MD; containers loaded on ship at the Port of Miami, FLChapter 3—National Highway Traffic Safety AdministrationChapters 6 and 7—Bureau of Transportation Statistics staff: Washing-ton, DC, traffic; U.S. Coast Guard vessel, outside Baltimore, MDAll material contained in this report is in the public domain and maybe used and reprinted without special permission; citation as tosource is required.