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1053. Passenger Transportation Arrangement

[In millions of dollars, except percent. Represents SIC 4722]

 
Source of receipts 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 Operating expenses 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997
 
    Receipts, total 1 7,291 8,470 9,822 10,921 10,152 10,573 11,032 11,710 12,754 13,725 14,812 Expenses, total 1 6,375 7,633 8,799 9,912 9,469 9,705 10,051 10,706 11,258 12,238 13,166
 
Air carriers 4,087 4,731 5,401 5,837 5,527 5,881 6,211 6,544 7,174 7,689 8,332 Payroll, annual 2,602 3,063 3,468 3,891 3,740 3,924 4,013 4,489 4,745 5,114 5,460
Water carriers 325 335 394 474 520 523 529 584 679 653 649 Employer contributions 2 319 382 464 519 516 526 573 664 718 791 802
Hotels and motels 463 569 693 771 676 744 773 846 951 1,045 1,151 Lease and rental payments 608 730 825 919 874 873 838 767 786 850 898
Motor coaches 275 304 343 403 385 379 363 348 342 421 466 Advertising and promotion 370 487 588 722 636 653 670 652 607 697 691
Railroads 57 79 106 127 130 110 122 116 122 147 156 Taxes and licenses 114 127 148 158 134 135 140 153 160 152 181
Rental cars 130 140 157 175 171 187 216 264 335 363 402 Utilities 132 244 295 352 341 371 417 448 505 544 553
Package tours 1,450 1,729 1,978 2,250 1,931 1,989 2,143 2,397 2,539 2,706 2,875 Depreciation 358 354 371 409 379 326 339 365 393 412 506
Other 504 583 750 884 812 760 671 609 612 701 781 Office Supplies 196 260 306 321 295 300 288 313 324 337 370
  Repair Services 83 110 124 156 139 124 129 142 151 161 195
  Other 1593 1876 2210 2,465 2,415 2,473 2,644 2,713 2,869 3,180 3,510



1 Receipts for firms primarily engaged in arranging passenger transportation. These estimates exclude receipts of transportation companies (airlines, railroads, etc.).
2 Includes contributions to social security and other supplemental benefits.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Business Reports, Service Annual Survey, Series BS. http://www.census.gov/pub/svsd/www/sas.html SERVICE ANNUAL SURVEY

PURPOSE

To provide estimates of revenue and other measures for most traditional service industries. The United States Code, Title 13, authorizes this survey and provides for mandatory responses.

COVERAGE

Companies that primarily provide services to individuals, businesses, and governments (NAICS 51, 5231, 52392, 52393, 532, 54, 56,62, 71, 81). This survey also covers the Transportation and Warehousing sector (NAICS 484, 492, and 493). Industry coverage and detail have been expanded since 1982, and include most personal, business, automotive, amusement and recreation, social, health, and other professional services. In 1991, use of expanded 1987 SIC classifications began. Covered industries accounted for about 20% of the Nation's 1994 Gross Domestic Product. The new North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is being used for the first time with the 1999 survey to collect data for the Service Annual Survey (SAS). The scope of the Service Annual Survey has been broadened to encompass the old Annual Survey of Communication Services and the old Transportation Annual Survey. With the implementation of NAICS, approximately 150 additional service industries are being covered.

CONTENT

Collected data include tax and organizational status; operating revenue for both taxable and tax-exempt firms and organizations; sources of revenue and expenses by type for selected industries; operating expenses for tax-exempt firms; and selected industry-specific items. In addition, starting with the 1999 survey, e-commerce data will be collected for all industries, and export and inventory data will be collected for selected industries.

FREQUENCY

Annually since 1982; reported data are for activities which take place during the calendar year. Prior to 1982, the survey was conducted monthly. Data collection begins in January following the survey year and continues for about 14 weeks. A new sample is introduced about every 5 years, most recently for the 1999 survey.

METHODS

A mail-out/mail-back survey of approximately 45,000 selected service businesses with paid employees; supplemented by administrative records data or imputed values to account for nonemployer and certain other businesses. To be eligible for the list sample, service businesses must be in the Standard Statistical Establishment List which contains all Employer Identification Numbers (EINs) for listed businesses and all locations of multi-establishment companies. EINs may represent one or more establishments and firms may have one or more EINs.

In the initial sampling, companies are stratified by major and minor kind of business, and by estimated receipts or revenue. All companies with total receipts above applicable size cutoffs are included in the survey and report for all their service industry locations. In a second stage, EINs of unselected companies are stratified by major kind of business and receipts or revenue. Within each stratum a simple random sample of EINs is selected.

The initial sample is updated quarterly to reflect "births" and "deaths"; adding new employer businesses identified in the business and professional classification survey and dropping firms and EINs that are no longer active. During interim periods, service nonemployer and other businesses are represented by administrative records data or imputed values.

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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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