1997 Economic Census:
Comparative Statistics for Kansas
1987 SIC Basis: Transportation, Communications and Utilities

 
Transportation, Communications and Utilities by Major Group (2-digit SIC)
Includes only establishments with payroll. Data are in current dollars and have not been adjusted for inflation. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. Introductory text includes scope and methodology.
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SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
  Transportation, communications, and utilities %% ** 3,753 3,150 19.1 11,749,763 8,581,003 36.9 61,856 55,382 11.7 2,138,854 1,546,054 38.3
41 Local and interurban passenger transportation 170 154 10.4 D 75,189 N (2500-4999) 3,311 N D 30,061 N
42 Motor freight transportation and warehousing 1,993 1,575 26.5 D 1,762,931 N (25k-49999) 21,259 N D 486,734 N
44 Water transportation 17 19 -10.5 D 7,697 N (100-249) 164 N D 1,714 N
45 Transportation by air %% 120 105 14.3 252,485 179,384 40.8 2,384 1,877 27.0 70,404 40,460 74.0
46 Pipelines, except natural gas 43 42 2.4 140,792 200,726 -29.9 639 712 -10.3 30,348 30,537 -0.6
47 Transportation services 378 320 18.1 D 148,369 N (2500-4999) 2,352 N D 48,379 N
48 Communications 663 596 11.2 D 2,776,732 N (10k-24999) 14,073 N D 468,801 N
49 Electric, gas, and sanitary services 369 339 8.8 4,161,526 3,429,975 21.3 9,188 11,634 -21.0 435,692 439,368 -0.8
N=Comparable data not available D=Withheld to avoid disclosure
%% Data do not include large certificated passenger carriers that report to the Office of Airline Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Transportation
** Railroad transportation and U.S. Postal Service industries are out of scope for the 1997 Economic Census

 

 

Transportation, Communications and Utilities by Industry (4-digit SIC)
Includes only establishments with payroll. Data are in current dollars and have not been adjusted for inflation. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. Introductory text includes scope and methodology.
For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table. An alternate display has fewer columns.

SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
  Transportation, communications, and utilities %% ** 3,753 3,150 19.1 11,749,763 8,581,003 36.9 61,856 55,382 11.7 2,138,854 1,546,054 38.3
SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
41 Local and interurban passenger transportation 170 154 10.4 D 75,189 N (2500-4999) 3,311 N D 30,061 N
411 Local and suburban passenger transportation 72 48 50.0 D 21,361 N (1000-2499) 697 N D 8,003 N
4111 Local and suburban transit 10 8 25.0 D 3,394 N (100-249) 147 N D 1,433 N
4119 Other local passenger transportation 62 40 55.0 D 17,967 N (500-999) 550 N D 6,570 N
412 Taxi service 22 17 29.4 4,109 3,277 25.4 199 201 -1.0 1,541 1,378 11.8
4121 Taxi service 22 17 29.4 4,109 3,277 25.4 199 201 -1.0 1,541 1,378 11.8
413 Interurban and rural bus transportation 2 4 -50.0 D 325 N (1-19) 13 N D 171 N
4131 Interurban and rural bus transportation 2 4 -50.0 D 325 N (1-19) 13 N D 171 N
414 Charter bus service 17 19 -10.5 12,313 10,127 21.6 243 200 21.5 3,338 2,600 28.4
4141 Charter bus service, local 1 3 -66.7 D D N (1-19) (1-19) N D D N
4142 Charter bus service, interstate/interurban 16 16 0.0 D D N (100-249) (100-249) N D D N
415 School bus service 57 66 -13.6 D 40,099 N (1000-2499) 2,200 N D 17,909 N
4151 School bus service 57 66 -13.6 D 40,099 N (1000-2499) 2,200 N D 17,909 N
417 Bus terminal and service facilities 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
4173 Bus terminal and service facilities 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
42 Motor freight transportation and warehousing 1,993 1,575 26.5 D 1,762,931 N (25k-49999) 21,259 N D 486,734 N
421 Trucking and courier services, except air 1,860 1,464 27.0 2,218,246 1,625,391 36.5 24,315 20,181 20.5 667,734 465,713 43.4
4212 Local trucking without storage 893 699 27.8 D 333,301 N (5000-9999) 4,520 N D 86,717 N
4213 Trucking, except local 851 672 26.6 1,327,235 985,108 34.7 12,273 10,624 15.5 371,910 265,439 40.1
4214 Local trucking with storage 21 33 -36.4 D D N (100-249) (250-499) N D D N
4215 Courier services, except by air 95 60 58.3 316,754 D N 5,543 (2500-4999) N 142,390 D N
422 Public warehousing and storage 133 111 19.8 D 137,540 N (1000-2499) 1,078 N D 21,021 N
4221 Farm product warehousing and storage facilities 18 16 12.5 9,187 D N 91 (20-99) N 2,318 D N
4222 Refrigerated products warehousing 12 16 -25.0 58,029 36,181 60.4 414 437 -5.3 13,177 8,244 59.8
4225 General warehousing and storage 98 64 53.1 D D N (250-499) (250-499) N D D N
4226 Other special warehousing and storage 5 15 -66.7 D 39,557 N (20-99) 209 N D 4,339 N
423 Trucking terminal facilities 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
4231 Trucking terminal facilities 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
44 Water transportation 17 19 -10.5 D 7,697 N (100-249) 164 N D 1,714 N
441 Deep sea freight transportation 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
4412 Deep sea freight transportation 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
442 Coastal and intercoastal freight transportation 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
4424 Coastal and intercoastal freight transportation 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
443 Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Seaway freight transportation 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
4432 Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Seaway freight transportation 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
444 Inland waterways freight transportation 0 1 N 0 D N 0 (20-99) N 0 D N
4449 Inland waterways freight transportation 0 1 N 0 D N 0 (20-99) N 0 D N
448 Water transportation of passengers 2 1 100.0 D D N (20-99) (20-99) N D D N
4481 Deep sea passenger transportation, except by ferry 1 0 N D 0 N (20-99) 0 N D 0 N
4482 Ferry transportation 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
4489 Water transportation of passengers, not elsewhere classified 1 1 0.0 D D N (20-99) (20-99) N D D N
449 Services incidental to water transportation 15 17 -11.8 D D N (100-249) (20-99) N D D N
4491 Marine cargo handling and operation of port and waterfront terminals 1 0 N D 0 N (100-249) 0 N D 0 N
4492 Towing and tugboat services 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
4493 Marinas 14 17 -17.6 D D N (20-99) (20-99) N D D N
4499 Other water transportation services 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
45 Transportation by air %% 120 105 14.3 252,485 179,384 40.8 2,384 1,877 27.0 70,404 40,460 74.0
451 Scheduled air transportation and air courier services %% 38 34 11.8 91,152 68,598 32.9 847 651 30.1 24,509 16,267 50.7
4512 Scheduled air transportation %% 13 18 -27.8 14,430 D N 146 (100-249) N 3,457 D N
4513 Air courier services 25 16 56.2 76,722 D N 701 (500-999) N 21,052 D N
452 Nonscheduled air transportation 22 23 -4.3 D 69,036 N (100-249) 542 N D 10,468 N
4522 Nonscheduled air transportation 22 23 -4.3 D 69,036 N (100-249) 542 N D 10,468 N
458 Airport terminal services 60 48 25.0 D 41,750 N (1000-2499) 684 N D 13,725 N
4581 Airport terminal services 60 48 25.0 D 41,750 N (1000-2499) 684 N D 13,725 N
SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
46 Pipelines, except natural gas 43 42 2.4 140,792 200,726 -29.9 639 712 -10.3 30,348 30,537 -0.6
461 Pipelines, except natural gas 43 42 2.4 140,792 200,726 -29.9 639 712 -10.3 30,348 30,537 -0.6
4612 Pipeline transportation of crude oil 14 19 -26.3 55,930 D N 360 (250-499) N 15,761 D N
4613 Pipeline transportation of refined petroleum products 29 18 61.1 84,862 111,256 -23.7 279 257 8.6 14,587 10,848 34.5
4619 All other pipeline transportation 0 5 N 0 D N 0 (20-99) N 0 D N
SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
47 Transportation services 378 320 18.1 D 148,369 N (2500-4999) 2,352 N D 48,379 N
472 Arrangement of passenger transportation 243 216 12.5 D 64,381 N (1000-2499) 1,391 N D 25,040 N
4724 Travel agencies 216 189 14.3 53,767 43,360 24.0 1,300 1,112 16.9 26,843 18,511 45.0
4725 Tour operators 20 19 5.3 21,607 D N 262 (100-249) N 6,539 D N
4729 Arrangement of passenger transportation, not elsewhere classified 7 8 -12.5 D D N (500-999) (20-99) N D D N
473 Freight shipping services 106 77 37.7 D 37,389 N (500-999) 350 N D 10,759 N
4731 Freight shipping services 106 77 37.7 D 37,389 N (500-999) 350 N D 10,759 N
474 Railroad car rental 2 4 -50.0 D 3,052 N (1-19) 28 N D 811 N
4741 Railroad car rental 2 4 -50.0 D 3,052 N (1-19) 28 N D 811 N
478 Miscellaneous services incidental to transportation 27 23 17.4 D 43,547 N (500-999) 583 N D 11,769 N
4783 Packing and crating 5 8 -37.5 D 509 N (1-19) 18 N D 88 N
4785 Fixed facilities, inspection, and weighing services 1 1 0.0 D D N (1-19) (1-19) N D D N
4789 Transportation services, not elsewhere classified 21 14 50.0 D D N (500-999) (500-999) N D D N
SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
48 Communications 663 596 11.2 D 2,776,732 N (10k-24999) 14,073 N D 468,801 N
481 Telephone 459 391 17.4 D 2,432,800 N (10k-24999) 10,483 N D 389,315 N
4812 Radiotelephone 89 38 134.2 D 78,430 N (1000-2499) 499 N D 14,699 N
4813 Other telephone 370 353 4.8 D 2,354,370 N (10k-24999) 9,984 N D 374,616 N
482 Telegraph communications 1 0 N D 0 N (1-19) 0 N D 0 N
4822 Telegraph communications 1 0 N D 0 N (1-19) 0 N D 0 N
483 Radio and television broadcasting 110 115 -4.3 D 150,872 N (1000-2499) 2,445 N D 55,460 N
4832 Radio broadcasting 87 91 -4.4 D 60,626 N (1000-2499) 1,494 N D 27,437 N
4833 Television broadcasting 23 24 -4.2 97,404 90,246 7.9 950 951 -0.1 31,835 28,023 13.6
484 Cable and other pay television broadcasting 82 86 -4.7 214,334 190,087 12.8 1,124 1,112 1.1 28,141 23,411 20.2
4841 Cable and other pay television broadcasting 82 86 -4.7 214,334 190,087 12.8 1,124 1,112 1.1 28,141 23,411 20.2
489 Communication services, not elsewhere classified 11 4 175.0 D 2,973 N (20-99) 33 N D 615 N
4899 Communication services, not elsewhere classified 11 4 175.0 D 2,973 N (20-99) 33 N D 615 N
SIC 1987 SIC Description Establishments Revenue
($1,000)
Paid employees Annual payroll
($1,000)
1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg 1997 1992 % chg
49 Electric, gas, and sanitary services 369 339 8.8 4,161,526 3,429,975 21.3 9,188 11,634 -21.0 435,692 439,368 -0.8
491 Electric services 69 56 23.2 D D N (2500-4999) (2500-4999) N D D N
4911 Electric services 69 56 23.2 D D N (2500-4999) (2500-4999) N D D N
492 Gas production and distribution 140 134 4.5 D D N (1000-2499) (2500-4999) N D D N
493 Combination utility services 69 78 -11.5 D D N (2500-4999) (5000-9999) N D D N
494 Water supply 38 30 26.7 D D N (100-249) (20-99) N D D N
4941 Water supply 38 30 26.7 D D N (100-249) (20-99) N D D N
495 Sanitary services 52 40 30.0 58,823 127,937 -54.0 479 807 -40.6 11,914 20,422 -41.7
496 Steam and air-conditioning supply 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
4961 Steam and air-conditioning supply 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N 0 0 N
497 Irrigation systems 1 1 0.0 D D N (1-19) (1-19) N D D N
4971 Irrigation systems 1 1 0.0 D D N (1-19) (1-19) N D D N
N=Comparable data not available D=Withheld to avoid disclosure
%% Data do not include large certificated passenger carriers that report to the Office of Airline Statistics, U.S. Dept. of Transportation
** Railroad transportation and U.S. Postal Service industries are out of scope for the 1997 Economic Census

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