Michigan Transportation Facts & Figures - 2001

The 2001 Michigan Transportation Facts & Figures is presented as an Internet-only document. The contents are as follows: ACCOMPLISHMENTS - statewide accomplishments, additional program accomplishments, and environmental accomplishments; LOOKING AHEAD - five year road and bridge program, and trunkline pavement condition forecast; AVIATION - Michigan aviation activity, aircraft operations, itinerant/local operations, public vs. private ownership, public airport locations, private airport locations, activity by airport category and group, passenger activity, and total scheduled passengers; HIGHWAYS - highway facts; travel information centers; roadside motorist facilities; population estimates by county for 2025; population change by number (1990-2000); population change by percentage (1990-2000); highway, road and street mileage; roadway travel volumes; vehicle registrations; fuel usage (Michigan); fuel usage (U.S.); Michigan's international border crossings; Michigan's state highway system; 2000 trunkline mileage and AVMT by MDOT region; trunkline commercial annual vehicle miles traveled (AVMT) by region; 2000 freeway/non-freeway route mileage and AVMT by MDOT region; 2000 freeway/non-freeway route mileage and condition by MDOT region; trunkline surface condition; trunkline surface condition by funding category; bridge condition; traffic crash trends; traffic fatality rate; truck-related crashes and fatalities; tort liability: open case load; state payments for tort litigation; truck weight limits; all season route mileage vs. seasonal route mileage; and rehabilitation of state highways; MARINE - Michigan's commercial ports, commodities shipped at Michigan ports, waterborne commerce at cargo ports, historical waterborne commerce, ferry service, and St. Mary's river ferry system; PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION - intercity bus service; intercity bus route system, local public transit service, intercity rail passenger system, intercity rail ridership, rail ridership by route, carpool parking lot program, statewide ridesharing and vanpooling programs, and ridesharing offices; RAILROADS - Michigan railroad mileage, state-owned rail mileage, and annual railroad information; and FINANCE - MDOT's road and bridge program for 2002, state funding for local roads, Michigan motor fuel pump prices, fuel efficiency, state gasoline tax rates, gasoline and diesel tax rates by state, Michigan Transportation Fund (MTF), MTF: distribution to counties, MTF: distribution to cities and villages, MFT: county supplemental snow removal, MTF: city supplemental snow removal, federally-funded contract awards for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, annual price trends for federal aid highway construction, federal funds for state highways, state revenue for highways and bridges, expenditures for state highways and bridges, transportation enhancement activities, revenues and expenditures for other funds, Transportation Economic Development Fund (TEDF) distribution of revenue, federal revenue for public transportation, state revenue for public transportation, public transportation expenditures, federal revenue for aviation, state revenue for aviation, and aviation expenditures.

  • Corporate Authors:

    Michigan Department of Transportation

    State Transportation Building, 425 West Ottawa Street, P.O. Box 30050
    Lansing, MI  United States  48909
  • Publication Date: 2003-5-28


  • English

Media Info

  • Media Type: Web
  • Features: Figures; Tables;
  • Pagination: 105p

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Filing Info

  • Accession Number: 01007189
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
  • Created Date: Nov 15 2005 9:54AM