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Transportation Energy Data Book

The Transportation Energy Data Book (TEDB) is a compendium of data on transportation with an emphasis on energy. The TEDB is produced by Oak Ridge National Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office. Edition 38.1 is the latest edition.

Highlights

Net Imports of Petroleum, 1960-2019

U.S. net imports of petroleum declined to 0.53 million barrels per day (mmbd) in 2019 from a high of 12.55 mmbd in 2005.

To read more see Table 1.6 of the Transportation Energy Data Book: Edition 38.1.
U.S. Total Energy Consumption, 2019

The transportation sector used 28% of all U.S. energy in 2019.

To read more see Table 2.1 of the Transportation Energy Data Book: Edition 38.1.
Share of Non-Hybrid Stop-Start in New Vehicles, 2012-2019

Nearly 30% of new cars and 55% of new light trucks produced in 2019 had stop-start systems.

To read more see Tables 4.14 & 4.15 of the Transportation Energy Data Book: Edition 38.1.
Shared Micromobility Trips, 2010-2018

There were 84 million micromobility trips in 2018, including bike trips, e-bike trips, and scooter trips.

To read more see Figure 7.4 of the Transportation Energy Data Book: Edition 38.1.
Price of a Gallon of Gasoline, 1978-2019

The average annual retail price of a gallon of gasoline in 2019 was $2.64.

To read more see Table 11.6 of the Transportation Energy Data Book: Edition 38.1.

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