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Transportation Statistics > Public Transportation > Percent commuter rail (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Percent of public transportation used which is classified as commuter rail. "Transit ridership data in this table are based on urban transit agencies that are required to report information to the federal government because they applied for or are direct beneficiaries of urbanized area formula grants (49 USC 5307). Transit agencies with nine or fewer vehicles that would otherwise need to report under this definition typically receive a waiver from detailed reporting and, thus, are not included in the database. Data are assigned to the state of a transit agency's mailing address."
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     New Jersey: 18% 
# 2     Indiana: 12.3% 
# 3     Illinois: 11.4% 
# 4     Massachusetts: 9.4% 
# 5     Pennsylvania: 7.4% 
# 6     New York: 5.6% 
# 7     Virginia: 5.3% 
# 8     Maryland: 4.2% 
# 9     California: 1.3% 
# 10     Florida: 1.2% 
# 11     Texas: 0.7% 
# 12     Connecticut: 0.6% 
# 13     Washington: 0.5% 
= 14     Ohio: 0% 
= 14     Vermont: 0% 
= 14     Minnesota: 0% 
= 14     South Carolina: 0% 
= 14     Mississippi: 0% 
= 14     Maine: 0% 
= 14     North Carolina: 0% 
= 14     Oregon: 0% 
= 14     Nebraska: 0% 
= 14     Tennessee: 0% 
= 14     New Mexico: 0% 
= 14     West Virginia: 0% 
= 14     Alaska: 0% 
= 14     Louisiana: 0% 
= 14     Alabama: 0% 
= 14     Michigan: 0% 
= 14     Arkansas: 0% 
= 14     Missouri: 0% 
= 14     Arizona: 0% 
= 14     Montana: 0% 
= 14     Colorado: 0% 
= 14     North Dakota: 0% 
= 14     District of Columbia: 0% 
= 14     New Hampshire: 0% 
= 14     Delaware: 0% 
= 14     Nevada: 0% 
= 14     Georgia: 0% 
= 14     Oklahoma: 0% 
= 14     Hawaii: 0% 
= 14     Rhode Island: 0% 
= 14     Iowa: 0% 
= 14     South Dakota: 0% 
= 14     Idaho: 0% 
= 14     Utah: 0% 
= 14     Kansas: 0% 
= 14     Wisconsin: 0% 
= 14     Kentucky: 0% 
= 14     Wyoming: 0% 
Weighted average: 1.5%  
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SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, National Transit Database

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"Public Transportation > Percent commuter rail by state", U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, National Transit Database. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/graph/trn_pub_tra_per_com_rai-transportation-public-percent-commuter-rail

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