TRANSPORTATION ENERGY USE IN THE UNITED STATES: A STATISTICAL HISTORY 1955-1971.
Another report in the Rand research program on The Growing Demand for Energy, this study summarizes United States transportation energy consumption data which had not previously been available in a single source. The author states that careful estimates of these data are included in this work, which he feels should be of interest to researchers, students, legislators, policymakers, and others involved in energy and transportation activities. The study includes total water, railroads and military transportation. An appendix deals with conversion factors,
- Related Rand reports are listed as: R-804-NSF, The Effect of Fuel Price Increases on Energy Intensiveness of Freight Transport, by W. E. Mooz (Dec. 1971); R-988-NSF, Methods for Estimating the Volume and Energy Demand of Freight Transport, by D. P. Tihansky (Dec. 1972); and R-1360-NSF, The Potential for Energy Conservation in Commercial Transport, by J. J. Mutch (Oct. 1973).
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- Mutch, J J
- Publication Date: 1973-12
- Features: Appendices; References; Tables;
- Pagination: 44 p.
- TRT Terms: Energy; Energy consumption; Freight transportation; Fuel consumption; Mode S; Passengers; Statistics
- Old TRIS Terms: Energy requirements; Energy statistics
- Subject Areas: Data and Information Technology; Energy; Freight Transportation; Highways; Marine Transportation; Passenger Transportation; Railroads;
- Accession Number: 00099780
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: High Speed Ground Transportation Journal
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Oct 18 1975 12:00AM