|Name (click for metadata and to rate record)||Description||Agency||Subagency||Category|
|Airline On-Time Performance and Causes of Flight Delays||
This table contains on-time arrival data for non-stop domestic flights by major air carriers, and provides such additional items as departure and arrival delays, origin and destination airports, flight numbers, scheduled and actual departure and arrival times, cancelled or diverted flights, taxi-out and taxi-in times, air time, and non-stop distance.
|North American TransBorder Freight Monthly and Annual Summary Data||
The North American Transborder Freight Database contains freight flow data by commodity type and by mode of transportation (rail, truck, pipeline, air, vessel, and other) for U.S. exports to and imports from Canada and Mexico. It allows users to analyze movement of merchandise by all land modes, waterborne vessels, and by air carriers.
|National Census of Ferry Operators||
Contains information on each ferry vessel, route segments, passenger/vehicle boardings, peak periods, modal connectivity, terminal information
|Fatalities Analysis Report System||
FARS is a steady state crash data collection and analysis program. It was implemented to improve the availability of data needed for improving vehicle safety performance and reducing deaths related to vehicles in transport. The Agency's goal is to reduce fatal injuries resulting from motor vehicle crashes to a rate of 1.0 fatalities per 100M VMT from the current rate of 1.5. It is the only national census data system for fatal vehicle crashes. FARS is extensively referenced to support legislation, enforcement and education programs designed to reduce injury and property damage resulting from motor vehicle crashes. The FARS data are used by virtually all traffic safety professionals and other customers interested in traffic safety including: Congress, NHTSA, USDOT, State agencies, the automotive industry, the insurance industry, advocacy groups, international users, and the general public. The FARS data support customers' most significant programs that address traffic safety. It is the basis for the Agency's traffic safety grants to the States for programs such as the Impaired Driver Program. FARS collects State level data for analysis of traffic safety crashes to identify problems and evaluate countermeasures designed to reduce injuries and property damage resulting from motor vehicle crashes. The data are used for agency rulemaking and targeting grant money to areas most in need. The types of data collected can be used specifically to conduct research on ways to remediate problems such as alcohol involvement, vehicle types, weather and road conditions, seat belt use, car seats, air bags. The program provides analytical data and information to the public through various media, including the program's web services. The program is able to target data collections to respond to the most recent Congressional interest and mandates for new data. The Information Technology component provides for support for operations and maintenance of the program's data collection application, client server platform, and communications network that is consistent with the Agency's architecture and standards. Without the FARS program and data, many of the legislative actions, enforcement, and education programs designed to save lives and reduce traffic safety related injuries and property damage could not be targeted, affected, or enacted.
|DOT||NHTSA||Births, Deaths, Marriages, and Divorces|
|Railroad Accident Data on Demand||
This file contains reported cases of collisions, derailments, fires, explosions, acts of God, or other events involving the operation of railroad on-track equipment and involving damages exceeding the reporting threshold for the year reported. It also contains information about reported cases of impacts between on-track equipment and any user of a public or private highway-rail intersection, and casualties of these accidents/incidents. National files from 1975 through the current year are available for download. In addition, individual files by State are available for the years 1991 through the current year.
|Highway-Rail Grade Crossing Inventory by State||
This dataset contains an inventory of highway-rail crossings throughout the United States. This information previously was provided voluntarily by the States or by the railroads controlling the crossings. Now this information is required by law, and so this dataset is in transition. The inventory includes information about the railroad owning the crossing, the location of the crossing, information about the highway, traffic control information, and physical characteristics of the crossing.
|Monthly Transit Service||
This dataset contains six elements for transit systems serving urbanized areas in the United States:<ul><li> Transit Unlinked Passenger Trips (UPT) (also known as "ransit boardings" or "transit ridership")<li> Transit Vehicle Revenue Miles (VRM)<li> Transit Vehicle Revnue Hours (VRH)<li> TransitVehicles Operated in Maximum (Peak) Services (VOMS)<li> Regular service days operated<li> Meta-Data for each modal system, including urbanized area population, annual operating expenses, annual fares, and average passenger trip length</ul>
|FMCSA Analysis & Information Online||
The goal of the Analysis and Information (A&I) Online site is to provide information and data to promote analytically sound, safety-conscious decisions by all Motor Carrier Industry stakeholders. The site provides motor carrier safety information including statistical and analytical resources for FMCSA and State enforcement personnel, motor carriers, researchers, insurers, shippers, and the public.
|Airport Status Web Service||
A web service that allows end-users the ability to query the current known delays in the National Airspace System as well as the current weather from NOAA by airport code. The user can choose to receive the response in XML or JSON formats suitable for use in interactive web applications.
|Large Truck Crash Causation Study (LTCCS)||
The Large Truck* Crash Causation Study (LTCCS) is based on a three-year data collection project conducted by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). LTCCS is the first-ever national study to attempt to determine the critical events and associated factors that contribute to serious large truck crashes allowing DOT and others to implement effective countermeasures to reduce the occurrence and severity of these crashes.
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