| Intermodal Passenger Connectivity Facts
- There are more than 7,000 rail, bus, air and Ferry passenger terminals in the U.S.
- 55 percent of all U.S. passenger transportation terminals offer intermodal connectivity among at least two scheduled passenger transportation modes.
- Considering only communities served by more than one mode, 75 percent of terminals offer intermodal connections.
- Rail stations are more likely than terminals of other modes to offer intermodal connections.
- Airports are least likely to offer intermodal connections.
- 97 percent of intermodal terminals are served by transit, but only 43 percent are served by an intercity mode.
- 68 percent of terminals in urbanized areas offer intermodal connections, but only 7 percent of terminals in rural areas.
- Transit buses are the most frequent intermodal mode, serving 93 percent of all intermodal terminals.
- Connections are available to at least one other mode or between intercity and transit service at:
- 83.1% of heavy rail statons
- 70.2% of commuter rail stations
- 67.0% of light rail stations
- 54.3% of intercity rail stations
- 43.1% of intercity bus stops
- 42.4% of transit ferry terminals
- 38.5% of interstate ferry terminals
- 24.0% of airline airports