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2014 ANNUAL TRAFFIC VOLUME REPORT ALASKA MARINE HIGHWAY SYSTEM

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ALASKA MARINE HIGHWAY SYSTEM

2014 Annual Traffic Volume Report

Published by the Alaska Marine Highway System For the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities


Table of Contents Introduction

1

Tariff Traffic

25

Alaska Marine Highway System

2

Car Deck Tariff Usage

26

Comparisons to Previous Years 

2

Passenger Tariff Chart

27

Southwest Alaska Routes

3

Vehicle Tariff Chart

27

Cross-Gulf Service

4

Car Deck Space Usage Chart

28

Southeast Alaska Routes

4

Car Length Chart

28

Vessel Information Table

5

RV Length Chart

29

Operating Schedule

6

Van Length Chart

29

Sailings

30

Historical Traffic

7

Annual Traffic

8

Southeast Routes

31

Annual Traffic Chart

9

Southwest Routes

34

Annual Southeast Traffic Chart

9

Cross-Gulf Routes

35

Annual Southwest Traffic Chart

9

Southeast City Pairs

36

Annual Traffic Percentage Change

10

Southwest City Pairs

36

Regional Traffic Percentage Change

11

Embarking Passenger Traffic

12

Monthly Port Traffic

37

Embarking Passenger Traffic Percentage Change

13

Southeast Passengers

38

Embarking Vehicle Traffic

14

Southeast Vehicles

39

Embarking Vehicle Traffic Percentage Change

15

Southwest Passengers

40

Disembarking Passenger Traffic

16

Southwest Vehicles

41

Disembarking Passenger Traffic Percentage Change

17

Aurora Passengers

42

Disembarking Vehicle Traffic

18

Aurora Vehicles

43

Disembarking Vehicle Traffic Percentage Change

19

Chenega Passengers

44

Southeast Port Departures

20

Chenega Vehicles

44

21

Columbia Passengers

45

Columbia Vehicles

45

Fairweather Passengers

46

Southwest Port Departures

Current Annual Traffic

22

Regional Monthly Traffic

23

Fairweather Vehicles

46

Regional Monthly Passenger Traffic Chart

23

Kennicott Passengers

47

Regional Monthly Vehicle Traffic Chart

23

Kennicott Vehicles

47

Vessel Monthly Traffic Comparison

24

LeConte Passengers

48

Vessel Passenger Chart

24

LeConte Vehicles

48

Vessel Vehicle Chart

24

Lituya Passengers

49

Vessel Monthly Passenger Chart

24

Lituya Vehicles

49


Malaspina Passengers

50

Fairweather Link Volume

78

Malaspina Vehicles

50

Kennicott Link Volume

78

Matanuska Passengers

51

LeConte Link Volume

79

Matanuska Vehicles

52

Lituya Link Volume

79

Taku Passengers

53

Malaspina Link Volume

80

Taku Vehicles

54

Matanuska Link Volume

81

Tustumena Passengers

55

Taku Link Volume

82

Tustumena Vehicles

56

Tustumena Link Volume

83

Monthly Southeast Link Volume

84

Monthly Southwest Link Volume

86

Monthly Cross-Gulf Link Volume

88

Port to Port Traffic (On/Off)

57

Southeast On/Off: Calendar Year

58

Southeast On/Off: Summer

59

Southwest On/Off: Calendar Year

60

Stateroom Usage

89

Southwest On/Off: Summer

61

Columbia Staterooms

90

Cross-Gulf On/Off: Calendar Year

62

Kennicott Staterooms

90

Cross-Gulf On/Off: Summer

63

Malaspina Staterooms

91

Aurora On/Off

64

Matanuska Staterooms

92

Chenega On/Off

65

Taku Staterooms

93

Columbia On/Off

65

Tustumena Staterooms

94

Fairweather On/Off

66

Stateroom Usage by Link

95

Kennicott On/Off

67

Stateroom Usage by Capacity

96

LeConte On/Off

68

Cross-Gulf Link Diagram

97

Lituya On/Off

68

Southeast Link Diagram

97

Malaspina On/Off

69

Southwest Link Diagram

98

Matanuska On/Off

70

Taku On/Off

71

Tustumena On/Off

72

Link Volume Summary

73

Southeast Alaska Link Volume

74

Southwest Alaska Link Volume

75

Cross-Gulf Link Volume

76

Aurora Link Volume

76

Chenega Link Volume

77

Columbia Link Volume

77


Introduction Alaska Marine Highway System, Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Alaska Marine Highway System The Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) serves 33 Alaska ports by transporting passengers and vehicles between coastal communities. This service helps meet the social, educational, health and economic needs of Alaskans. AMHS provides year-round scheduled ferry service throughout Southeast and Southwest Alaska, extending south to Prince Rupert, British Columbia and Bellingham, Washington. The system connects communities with each other, regional centers, and the continental road system. It is an integral part of Alaska’s highway system, reaching many communities that would otherwise be cut off from the rest of the state and nation. AMHS also provides a coastal transportation alternative between Anchorage and the “Lower 48” states versus driving the Alaska Highway. AMHS is designed to provide basic transportation services to these communities: transportation that allows community access to health services, commodities, legal services, government services, and social services; transportation that meets the social needs of isolated communities; and transportation that provides a base for economic development.

Service and Amenities AMHS service is divided into two major systems: the Southeast System (from Bellingham north to Yakutat) and the Southwest System (from Cordova west to Unalaska / Dutch Harbor). The Alaska Marine Highway fleet consists of eleven vessels; 7 operate in the Southeast System and 4 operate in the Southwest System. All eleven vessels are designed to carry passengers and vehicles ranging in size from motorcycles to large freight container vans. Trips on AMHS can last several hours or several days, so passenger services are an important aspect of the state’s transportation service. Most vessels provide food service, shower facilities, observation lounges, and recliner lounges. The larger vessels provide additional amenities, including play areas for children. Six vessels have stateroom accommodations for overnight travel, or for passengers who want a space they can call their own while traveling.

Freight Transport One regular use of AMHS is the year-round shipment of container vans. These vans transport time-sensitive cargo such as fresh vegetables, meat, and dairy products from Bellingham and regional Alaska centers to communities served by the system. Local restaurants, grocery stores, individuals, and food distribution businesses have established delivery schedules with AMHS to ensure regular and continuous delivery of perishable goods. Shipping perishable supplies on AMHS is more cost-effective than air freight, and in many cases ensures delivery to communities on a more frequent basis than commercial barge and freight lines. Vans are also used to move fresh Alaska fish and seafood to markets, and to transport U.S. mail and household goods.

Planned Service Reductions During the fall, winter and spring months, all vessels are scheduled for annual maintenance. This normally requires a six to eight week lay-up period per ship that results in reduced service. Major projects to refurbish the vessels and to keep them in compliance with SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) requirements also keep vessels out of service. Vessels are put into lay-up during periods of low traffic demand, or as a means to reduce operating costs. During 2014, each AMHS vessel was out of service for maintenance, project work, or lay-up status. Please refer to page 6 for a full operating schedule.

Comparisons to Previous Years For the years 2000 through 2014, counts are based on tickets that were issued for the sailings. This method should not affect the traffic totals or the traffic between ports when compared to previous years; however, some counts may not be accurate when subtotaled by vessel. Furthermore, the following points should be considered: • Care must be taken when comparing the traffic data to 1997. A fishermen’s blockade of the MV Malaspina on July 19, 1997 resulted in a 138-day suspension of service to the Canadian port of Prince Rupert. Limited service was restored December 4th, with one trip per week by the MV Aurora. The disruption had a major impact on AMHS traffic. 2


Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014 • In January 2002, AMHS discontinued regular service to Hollis when the Inter-Island Ferry Authority’s MV Prince of Wales began service between Ketchikan and Hollis. The impact of discontinuing regular Hollis service can be seen when comparing previous years for Hollis and Ketchikan. While AMHS does not officially serve Hollis any longer, backup support for the Inter-Island Ferry Authority may be provided as needed. • Prior to 2003, Yakutat traffic was included in the Southwest Region. From 2003 forward, Yakutat traffic has been reported in the Southeast Region. • On September 29th, 2005 service to Seward was discontinued. However, overall cross-gulf traffic was not impacted because Seward traffic was re-routed to Whittier. • On June 9th, 2006 the MV LeConte ceased operations as a 24/7 vessel and was converted to day boat status. Consequently, statistics for the MV LeConte will reflect that change in status. • During 2009 the MV Tustumena provided only one trip per month down the Aleutian Chain. • During 2013, service in the Southwest region was severely impacted by delays in the MV Tustumena’s annual maintenance project. Limited summer service from Homer to Kodiak and the Aleutian Chain was provided by the MV Kennicott. The MV Kennicott also provided supplemental service to Prince William Sound in 2013, along with the MV Aurora and FVF Chenega in the summer. • In July 2013, service to Metlakatla was discontinued from Port Chester and began from the new Annette Bay terminal. Therefore, traffic will be split on the charts for Metlakatla.

Southwest Alaska Routes The Southwest system serves Prince William Sound, Kodiak Island, the Kenai Peninsula, and the Aleutian Islands. The MV Tustumena provides regular service between Kodiak, Port Lions, Seldovia and Homer. The Aleutian Chain trip is not made in the winter because of adverse weather conditions. Tourist passengers add a significant percentage to Prince William Sound traffic in the summer, especially between Valdez and Whittier. The economy began to realize gains in the travel market in 2010, which were then realized in overall ridership of the Alaska Marine Highway System. Prince William Sound traffic has remained strong after a peak in 2011. The Southwest routes connect to the continental road system at Valdez, Whittier, and Homer, Alaska.

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Cross Gulf Service When the MV Kennicott, a vessel certified to operate in open waters, joined the fleet in summer 1998 the ferry system expanded to include regular cross gulf sailings. These sailings connect Southeast Alaska with the South Central and Southwest regions of the state. In 2014, the MV Kennicott operated on a full-time basis. All cross-gulf trips include a stop at the port of Yakutat, a community that is unique in that it is served only on the cross-gulf route.

Southeast Alaska Routes The Southeast AMHS route system is divided into two subsystems: the “mainline” routes which typically take more than one day for the ship to travel; and shorter routes where the vessels depart their home port in the morning, travel to destination ports and then return to their home port on the same day. The shorter routes are commonly referred to as “day boat” routes. The mainline routes carry a high percentage of tourists and vehicles in the summer, and provide service between Bellingham, Washington or Prince Rupert, British Columbia and Skagway or Haines, Alaska. Along the way, the ships stop in Ketchikan, Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka, Juneau, and Haines. Although Kake and Hoonah are smaller communities, they are also served by certain mainline sailings. During 2014, four out of the five largest AMHS vessels were used on the Southeast mainline routes. These were the MV Columbia, MV Kennicott, MV Matanuska, and MV Taku. Day boat service was also provided on the North Lynn Canal route during the peak summer season by MV Malaspina. This route provides round-trip service between Juneau, Haines and Skagway. The day boat routes connect the smaller communities of Southeast Alaska with each other and with the Southeast Alaska mainline communities (Ketchikan, Petersburg, Wrangell, Sitka, Juneau, Haines and Skagway) that serve as regional centers for commerce, government, health services, and/or connections to other transportation systems. The day boat routes primarily serve local residents, and include Angoon, Gustavus, Hoonah, Kake, Metlakatla, Pelican, and Tenakee. In 2014, there were five AMHS vessels that provided service on the day boat routes. These were the MV LeConte, the FVF Fairweather and the MV Lituya and in the summer, MV Malaspina. The MV Lituya is dedicated to providing day boat service between Ketchikan and Metlakatla. The Southeast system connects with the continental road system at Bellingham, Washington, Prince Rupert, British Columbia, and in Alaska at Haines and Skagway. 4


Date Built Length (feet) Beam (feet) Displacement (long tons) Loaded Draft (feet-inches) International Tonnage: Gross (cubic capacity) Net Domestic Tonnage: Gross (cubic capacity) Net Horsepower @ Service Speed Service Speed (knots) Fuel Use (Gallons/hour) Crew Capacity Passenger Capacity Staterooms - 4 berth Staterooms - 3 berth Staterooms - 2 berth ADA Staterooms (4 b) ADA Staterooms (2 b) Total Staterooms Total Berths Vehicle Capacity (lane-ft.) (Qty of 20 foot vehicles) Van Capacity - Booking Limit 72 238 1,760 88 20

247 1,760 88 10

1

1 106

-

45

6

-

499

499 -

59

57

26

270

234

79

16.5

16.5

20

1,253 8,000

7,400

3,029 1,235

3,667 2,928

3,824

4

69

1,380

106

40

2

-

32

-

6

370

43

253

16.5

8,122

1,494

2,624

2,496

4,283 16'-11" 7,302

74

74 5,552 16'-11 3/8" 9,121

74

408

5,569 16'-11 5/8" 9,214

352

1963

1963

TAKU

408

MALASPINA

1963

MATANUSKA

6

36

720

68

24

1

-

17

-

6

174

37

151

13.8

5,100

898

2,174

1,451

3,067 14'-4 1/2" 4,529

59

296

1964

TUSTUMENA

21

134

2,680

294

103

3

-

56

-

44

600

86

397

17.3

12,350

2,683

3,946

4,932

7,683 17'-6 1/8" 13,009

85

418

1974

COLUMBIA

8

34

680

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

247

24

188

14.5

4,300

566

1,328

987

2,132 13'-10 7/8" 3,124

57

235

1974

LECONTE

Vessel Information Table

8

34

680

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

300

24

190

14.5

4,300

453

1,280

987

2,132 13'-10 7/8" 3,124

57

235

1977

AURORA

17

80

1,600

320

109

2

3

56

-

46

499

52

354

16.8

13,380

7,354

9,978

3,790

7,503 17'-6" 12,635

85

382

1998

KENNICOTT

2

18

360

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

149

5

55

11.5

2,000

66

99

n/a

647 10'-6" n/a

50

193

2004

LITUYA

2

36

720

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

250

10

600

32

15,360

870

1280

1,032

787 8'-6" 3,442

60

240

2004

FAIRWEATHER

3

36

720

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

250

10

600

32

15,360

827

1333

1,026

787 8'-6" 3,420

60

240

2005

CHENEGA

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Jan 15 OH

Jan 4 OH

Jan 10 OH

In Transit (IT)

CIP

Layup (LU)

APR

Jun 18 BEL

JUL AUG

SW: Southwest

SIT or PSG : Sitka or Petersburg Service

Note: Dates represent the first day of the period. Overhaul and refurbishment periods include vessel travel time.

MET: Metlakatla Service

OCT

Oct 1 LU

Oct1 CIP

NOV

YPR-SGY: Prince Rupert to Skagway

YPR-JNU: Prince Rupert to Juneau

NLC: North Lynn Canal Dayboat

Oct 13 LU

Dec 8 Repairs

DEC

391.3

114.0 Southwest Vessels Total Operating Weeks

118.3

159.0

27.6

28.1

40.6

45.6

40.7

49.7

44.0

43.0

27.1

15.0

29.9

Operating Weeks

Feeder Vessels

Mainline Vessels

Oct 6 IT Sep 8 OH Oct 11 PWS 4X / week

Sep11 IT Sep 15 OH Oct 13 NP

Oct 13 CIP

Oct 1 BEL

Sep 15 LU

SEP

NP: Northern Panhandle Dayboat

Jul 1 SIT 6X and PSG 1X / week

Jul 1 YPR - JNU

Jul 1 NLC

PWS: Prince William Sound

May 15 SIT 4X / week

May 15 PWS

May 13 OH

May 11 BEL

BEL - X - Gulf: Bellingham Cross Gulf Southwest

BEL: Bellingham to Skagway

Mar 29 IT Mar 1 OH Apr 3 PWS

Apr 1 OH

JUN

May 13 YPR - JNU - SGY Jul 1 YPR - JNU

May 2 OH

MAY

Mar 9 IT Apr 20 IT Apr 23 SW Mar 13 OH

Mar 9 OH

Mar 9 BEL

Mar 6 BEL - X - GULF

MAR

Feb 10 OH Feb 14 PWS

Overhaul (OH)

On Line

CHE Jan 1 LU

FEB

Jan 26 MET

FWX Jan 1 Re-Engine

AUR

Jan 1 PWS

TUS Jan 1 SW

LEC Jan 1 NP

LIT

TAK Jan 1 YPR - JNU

MAL Jan 1 BEL

MAT

COL Jan1 CIP

KEN

JAN

January 1 to December 31, 2014

Operating Schedule

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Historical Traffic Alaska Marine Highway System, Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Source: Annual Traffic Volume Reports (Link Volume Summary Reports). Percentage change is calculated from the prior year and all traffic is included with the exception of excursion trip passenger traffic. For 1998 through 2004, excursion trips were offered. 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of AMHS and as part of the celebration, two excursion trips were offered: one to Misty Fjords and one to Tracy Arm. 7


Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Annual Traffic PASSENGERS YEAR

SOUTHEAST

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

311,459 313,147 296,070 326,644 344,209 344,389 363,122 368,780 372,680 342,613 347,998 332,712 318,864 300,653 303,076 323,608 301,244 270,507 263,105 245,818 240,666 233,667 237,965 249,310 268,335 242,940 251,503 253,554 262,931 254,437 242,648

SOUTHWEST 55,791 56,282 51,799 52,047 50,432 44,202 50,271 36,248 47,756 48,678 48,545 45,373 46,053 49,450 48,337 48,437 50,216 48,384 51,304 52,147 49,959 48,569 69,255 72,299 72,077 74,951 74,810 81,224 74,843 58,874 76,356

VEHICLES

TOTAL

YEAR

SOUTHEAST

367,250 369,429 347,869 378,691 394,641 388,591 413,393 405,028 420,436 391,291 396,543 378,085 364,917 350,103 351,413 372,045 351,460 318,891 314,409 297,965 290,625 282,236 307,220 321,609 340,412 317,891 326,313 334,778 337,774 313,311 319,004

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

79,966 79,757 75,996 83,451 90,672 89,793 94,730 95,173 97,239 92,598 90,758 88,942 87,863 82,451 84,328 88,101 82,651 76,413 74,460 72,386 69,993 67,938 71,609 77,000 82,040 77,671 79,745 81,118 85,009 83,707 78,372

SOUTHWEST 15,544 16,509 16,029 16,524 16,642 15,743 16,310 12,860 15,656 15,696 15,245 15,031 14,809 15,878 16,490 16,921 17,484 17,533 17,943 18,586 18,620 18,580 25,461 27,913 27,799 30,870 30,330 32,982 30,439 25,090 30,106

TOTAL 95,510 96,266 92,025 99,975 107,314 105,536 111,040 108,033 112,895 108,294 106,003 103,973 102,672 98,329 100,818 105,022 100,135 93,946 92,403 90,972 88,613 86,518 97,070 104,913 109,839 108,541 110,075 114,100 115,448 108,797 108,478

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Annual Traffic Chart 450,000

Passengers

400,000

Vehicles

350,000

Traffic

300,000 250,000

200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 Year

Annual Southeast Traffic Chart Passengers Vehicles

390,000 340,000

290,000

Traffic

240,000 190,000 140,000 90,000 40,000 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 Year

Annual Southwest Traffic Chart Passengers Vehicles

90,000 80,000 70,000

Traffic

60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 Year

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Annual Traffic Percentage Change PASSENGER TRAFFIC YEAR 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

TOTAL TRAFFIC 367,250 369,429 347,869 378,691 394,641 388,591 413,393 405,028 420,436 391,291 396,543 378,085 364,917 350,103 351,413 372,045 351,460 318,891 314,409 297,965 290,625 282,236 307,220 321,609 340,412 317,891 326,313 334,778 337,774 313,311 319,004

VEHICLE TRAFFIC % CHANGE 1.09% 0.59% -5.84% 8.86% 4.21% -1.53% 6.38% -2.02% 3.80% -6.93% 1.34% -4.65% -3.48% -4.06% 0.37% 5.87% -5.53% -9.27% -1.41% -5.23% -2.46% -2.89% 8.85% 4.68% 5.85% -6.62% 2.65% 2.59% 0.89% -7.24% 1.82%

YEAR 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

TOTAL TRAFFIC 95,510 96,266 92,025 99,975 107,314 105,536 111,040 108,033 112,895 108,294 106,003 103,973 102,672 98,329 100,818 105,022 100,135 93,946 92,403 90,972 88,613 86,518 97,070 104,913 109,839 108,541 110,075 114,100 115,448 108,797 108,478

% CHANGE 4.55% 0.79% -4.41% 8.64% 7.34% -1.66% 5.22% -2.71% 4.50% -4.08% -2.12% -1.92% -1.25% -4.23% 2.53% 4.17% -4.65% -6.18% -1.64% -1.55% -2.59% -2.36% 12.20% 8.08% 4.70% -1.18% 1.41% 3.65% 1.18% -5.76% -0.29%

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Regional Traffic Percentage Change PASSENGERS YEAR 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

SOUTHEAST 311,459 313,147 296,070 326,644 344,209 344,389 363,122 368,780 372,680 342,613 347,998 332,712 318,864 300,653 303,076 323,540 301,176 270,443 263,040 245,818 240,666 233,667 237,965 249,310 268,335 242,940 251,503 253,554 262,931 254,437 242,648

% CHANGE SOUTHWEST % CHANGE 1.19% 55,791 0.49% 0.54% 56,282 0.88% -5.45% 51,799 -7.97% 10.33% 52,047 0.48% 5.38% 50,432 -3.10% 0.05% 44,202 -12.35% 5.44% 50,271 13.73% 1.56% 36,248 -27.89% 1.06% 47,756 31.75% -8.07% 48,678 1.93% 1.57% 48,545 -0.27% -4.39% 45,373 -6.53% -4.16% 46,053 1.50% -5.71% 49,450 7.38% 0.81% 48,337 -2.25% 6.75% 48,505 0.35% -6.91% 50,284 3.67% -10.20% 48,448 -3.65% -2.74% 51,369 6.03% -6.55% 52,147 1.51% -2.10% 49,959 -4.20% -2.91% 48,569 -2.78% 1.84% 69,255 42.59% 4.77% 72,299 4.40% 7.63% 72,077 -0.31% -9.46% 74,951 3.99% 3.52% 74,810 -0.19% 0.81% 81,224 8.57% 3.70% 74,843 -7.86% -3.23% 58,874 -21.34% -4.63% 76,356 29.69%

VEHICLES YEAR 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

SOUTHEAST 79,966 79,757 75,996 83,451 90,672 89,793 94,730 95,173 97,239 92,598 90,758 88,942 87,863 82,451 84,328 88,068 82,614 76,384 74,409 72,386 69,993 67,938 71,609 77,000 82,040 77,761 79,745 81,118 85,009 83,707 78,372

% CHANGE SOUTHWEST % CHANGE 5.99% 15,544 -2.31% -0.26% 16,509 6.21% -4.72% 16,029 -2.91% 9.81% 16,524 3.09% 8.65% 16,642 0.71% -0.97% 15,743 -5.40% 5.50% 16,310 3.60% 0.47% 12,860 -21.15% 2.17% 15,656 21.74% -4.77% 15,696 0.26% -1.99% 15,245 -2.87% -2.00% 15,031 -1.40% -1.21% 14,809 -1.48% -6.16% 15,878 7.22% 2.28% 16,490 3.85% 4.44% 16,954 2.81% -6.19% 17,521 3.34% -7.54% 17,562 0.23% -2.59% 17,994 2.46% -2.72% 18,586 3.29% -3.31% 18,620 0.18% -2.94% 18,580 -0.21% 5.40% 25,461 37.03% 7.53% 27,913 9.63% 6.55% 27,799 -0.41% -5.22% 30,870 11.05% 2.55% 30,330 -1.75% 1.72% 32,982 8.74% 4.80% 30,439 -7.71% -1.53% 25,090 -17.57% -6.37% 30,106 19.99%

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Embarking Passenger Traffic SOUTHEAST ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BARTLETT COVE BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOLLIS HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL SOUTHWEST AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA SEWARD TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL SYSTEM TOTAL

2005 3,077 640 15,538 32,598 49 4,298 65,581 1,644 31,405 7,195 1,411 10,475 12,541 13,685 25,125 909 7,394 102 233,667 2005 210 104 126 90 8,136 720 3 7,463 270 6,528 418 186 1,685 2,035 46 10,837 9,712 48,569

2006 3,410 461 15,294 31,249 83 4,891 65,269 1,708 36,736 13,278 607 9,965 11,551 12,853 21,826 1,209 7,446 129 237,965 2006 325 69 303 150 11,532 642 44 11,029 537 8,754 1,020 405 2,710 112 13,434 18,189 69,255

2007 3,297 14,328 33,033 5,914 72,876 2,458 35,604 15,249 976 8,754 10,269 14,401 23,450 1,542 6,929 230 249,310 2007 349 81 265 150 12,722 645 76 11,093 341 9,124 1,471 374 2,872 112 13,745 18,879 72,299

2008 4,160 12,734 34,946 6,556 81,642 2,510 36,965 15,655 1,019 9,895 10,924 17,489 24,413 1,653 7,676 98 268,335 2008 217 104 186 83 12,585 339 23 12,517 291 9,368 1,405 230 3,307 76 13,326 18,020 72,077

2009 4,287 12,757 32,267 5,217 72,150 2,344 34,063 14,690 755 9,170 9,663 14,542 22,276 1,862 6,772 125 242,940 2009 283 141 203 143 13,799 364 41 13,192 325 10,436 1,357 222 3,075 114 12,792 18,464 74,951

2010 4,360 12,805 112 34,295 5,599 76,936 2,539 33,079 12,900 568 9,203 10,483 17,250 22,197 1,768 7,156 253 251,503 2010 438 127 215 137 13,124 603 39 13,194 448 10,718 1,356 254 2,666 138 12,641 18,712 74,810

2011 4,172 14,180 3,247 34,005 4,635 75,014 2,440 35,710 16,624 612 8,832 9,356 14,668 21,216 1,776 6,838 229 253,554 2011 542 180 282 182 13,736 697 67 13,670 489 10,810 1,699 325 2,907 118 14,197 21,323 81,224

2012 4,028 14,629 4,090 35,411 5,560 77,399 2,584 35,785 16,934 557 8,716 8,468 17,887 21,885 2,061 6,707 230 262,931 2012 559 173 221 182 12,055 761 31 13,179 592 10,996 2 258 1,005 410 2,661 128 11,487 20,143 74,843

2013 3,865 7,942 13,999 3,796 35,722 5,402 76,933 2,559 32,995 7,084 440 7,748 7,761 16,926 22,817 1,459 6,782 207 254,437 2013 203 52 11,997 79 7,091 207 6,343 17 256 423 129 1,141 95 12,800 18,041 58,874

2014 3,982 15,214 13,647 4,165 36,134 -. 5,368 70,538 2,208 33,254 461 7,961 7,209 13,451 20,732 1,355 6,835 134 242,648 2014 274 113 259 143 12,034 538 26 13,126 490 11,236 21 587 1,288 365 2,467 58 12,788 20,543 76,356

282,236

307,220

321,609

340,412

317,891

326,313

334,778

337,774

313,311

319,004

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Embarking Passenger Traffic Percentage Change SOUTHEAST ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BARTLETT COVE BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOLLIS HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL SOUTHWEST AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA SEWARD TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL SYSTEM TOTAL

2005 -6.6% -10.2% -4.2% -6.4% -2.3% -19.4% 8.3% 4.2% 290.9% -2.7% -11.6% -4.6% -9.6% -15.5% -4.4% 2.0% -2.9% 2005 -33.3% 131.1% -25.9% 18.4% 58.5% -3.0% -85.7% -25.6% -4.7% -1.2% -36.7% -10.7% -55.9% -24.6% -18.3% 17.9% -2.8%

2006 10.8% -28.0% -1.6% -4.1% 69.4% 13.8% -0.5% 3.9% 17.0% 84.5% -57.0% -4.9% -7.9% -6.1% -13.1% 33.0% 0.7% 26.5% 1.8% 2006 54.8% -33.7% 140.5% 66.7% 41.7% -10.8% 1366.7% 47.8% 98.9% 34.1% 144.0% 117.7% 60.8% 143.5% 24.0% 87.3% 42.6%

2007 -3.3% -6.3% 5.7% 20.9% 11.7% 43.9% -3.1% 14.8% 60.8% -12.2% -11.1% 12.0% 7.4% 27.5% -6.9% 78.3% 4.8% 2007 7.4% 17.4% -12.5% 10.3% 0.5% 72.7% 0.2% -36.5% 4.2% 44.2% -7.7% 6.0% 2.3% 3.8% 4.4%

2008 26.2% -11.1% 5.8% 10.8% 12.0% 2.1% 3.8% 2.7% 4.4% 13.0% 6.4% 21.4% 4.1% 7.2% 10.8% -57.4% 7.6% 2008 -37.8% 28.4% -29.8% -44.7% -1.1% -47.4% -69.7% 13.3% -14.7% 2.7% -4.5% -38.5% 15.1% -32.1% -3.0% -4.6% -0.3%

2009 3.1% 0.2% -7.7% -20.4% -11.6% -6.6% -7.9% -6.2% -25.9% -7.3% -11.5% -16.9% -8.8% 12.6% -11.8% 27.6% -9.5% 2009 30.4% 35.6% 9.1% 72.3% 9.6% 7.4% 78.3% 5.4% 11.7% 11.4% -3.4% -3.5% -7.0% 50.0% -4.0% 2.5% 4.0%

2010 1.7% 0.4% 6.3% 7.3% 6.6% 8.3% -2.9% -12.2% -24.8% 0.4% 8.5% 18.6% -0.4% -5.0% 5.7% 102.4% 3.5% 2010 54.8% -9.9% 5.9% -4.2% -4.9% 65.7% -4.9% 37.8% 2.7% -0.1% 14.4% -13.3% 21.1% -1.2% 1.3% -0.2%

2011 -4.3% 10.7% 2799.1% -0.8% -17.2% -2.5% -3.9% 8.0% 28.9% 7.7% -4.0% -10.8% -15.0% -4.4% 0.5% -4.4% -9.5% 0.8% 2011 23.7% 41.7% 31.2% 32.8% 4.7% 15.6% 71.8% 3.6% 9.2% 0.9% 25.3% 28.0% 9.0% -14.5% 12.3% 14.0% 8.6%

2012 -3.5% 3.2% 26.0% 4.1% 20.0% 3.2% 5.9% 0.2% 1.9% -9.0% -1.3% -9.5% 21.9% 3.2% 16.0% -1.9% 0.4% 3.7% 2012 3.1% -3.9% -21.6% 12.2% 9.2% -53.7% -3.6% 21.1% 1.7% -40.8% 26.2% -8.5% 8.5% -19.1% -5.5% -7.9%

2013 -4.0% -4.3% -7.2% 0.8% -2.8% -0.6% -1.0% -7.8% -58.2% -21.0% -11.1% -8.3% -5.4% 4.3% -29.2% 1.1% -10.0% -3.2% 2013 17.3% -71.4% -0.5% -88.7% -46.2% -65.0% -42.3% 750.0% 0.8% -57.9% -68.5% -57.1% -25.8% 11.4% -10.4% -21.3%

2014 3.0% 91.5% -2.5% 9.7% 1.1% -0.6% -8.3% -13.7% 0.7% 4.7% 2.7% -7.1% -20.5% -9.1% -7.1% 0.7% -35.2% -4.6% 2014 100.0% -44.3% 100.0% 175.0% 0.3% 581.0% 100.0% 85.1% 85.1% 136.7% 77.1% 23.5% 129.2% 204.4% 182.9% 116.2% -38.9% 13.8% 29.6%

-2.9%

8.9%

4.7%

5.8%

-6.6%

2.6%

2.6%

0.9%

-7.1%

1.8%

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Embarking Vehicle Traffic SOUTHEAST ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOLLIS HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL SOUTHWEST CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA SEWARD TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL SYSTEM TOTAL

2005 567 5,867 11,468 13 1,409 17,486 329 9,741 2,532 59 2,533 4,256 3,399 6,452 12 1,717 98 67,938 2005 49 13 46 2,877 149 9 3,260 61 2,662 187 55 922 1,239 19 3,292 3,740 18,580

2006 539 5,721 11,448 21 1,399 18,361 368 11,291 4,539 64 2,623 4,105 3,537 5,672 11 1,843 67 71,609 2006 20 34 89 4,151 94 15 4,316 138 3,295 419 126 1,138 24 4,223 7,379 25,461

2007 742 6,054 11,868 1,812 20,905 475 11,654 5,406 74 2,183 3,515 3,973 6,273 45 1,894 127 77,000 2007 29 38 78 4,805 62 20 4,792 123 3,713 566 74 1,346 29 4,042 8,196 27,913

2008 893 5,066 12,778 2,130 23,179 546 11,687 5,408 88 2,475 3,983 4,789 7,067 38 1,822 91 82,040 2008 60 26 57 5,009 43 10 5,131 83 3,560 598 64 1,436 20 4,208 7,494 27,799

2009 829 5,307 12,415 1,763 21,238 465 11,026 5,201 68 2,580 3,888 4,298 6,737 33 1,735 88 77,671 2009 46 34 67 5,839 54 20 5,858 85 4,192 572 65 1,493 25 4,534 7,986 30,870

2010 960 5,234 50 12,789 1,950 22,187 483 10,904 4,688 64 2,547 4,100 4,816 6,800 71 1,952 150 79,745 2010 52 39 68 5,598 52 15 5,631 92 4,185 550 63 1,376 24 4,259 8,326 30,330

2011 1,040 5,677 1,036 12,876 1,739 22,014 508 11,482 5,691 90 2,515 3,725 4,278 6,454 1,866 127 81,118 2011 75 35 80 5,943 56 17 6,036 112 4,562 680 102 1,510 18 4,811 8,945 32,982

2012 1,023 6,185 1,419 13,416 2,019 23,306 528 11,612 5,647 82 2,424 3,416 4,834 6,897 2,066 135 85,009 2012 89 56 128 5,457 74 23 5,594 148 4,252 4 39 415 144 1,397 22 3,767 8,830 30,439

2013 901 2,835 5,799 1,374 13,690 2,041 23,803 539 10,671 2,418 79 2,430 3,153 4,860 6,698 2,017 129 83,707 2013 99 30 5,099 24 3,754 54 3,022 5 38 169 32 794 21 4,178 7,771 25,090

2014 919 5,213 5,678 1,436 13,321 2,115 21,259 452 10,787 92 2,257 2,880 3,897 6,088 1,876 102 78,372 2014 61 37 83 5,034 64 14 5,612 102 4,345 8 120 534 94 1,248 21 4,201 8,528 30,106

86,518

97,070

104,913

109,839

108,541

110,075

114,100

115,448

108,797

108,478

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Embarking Vehicle Traffic Percentage Change SOUTHEAST ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOLLIS HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL SOUTHWEST CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA SEWARD TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL SYSTEM TOTAL

2005 18.4% -7.6% -6.4% -7.7% -5.3% -13.6% 14.8% 23.6% 25.5% 3.1% -9.6% -10.1% -9.9% -40.0% -2.7% 34.2% -2.9% 2005 390.0% -18.8% -16.4% 55.8% 41.9% 28.6% -0.3% -24.7% -5.8% 8.1% -8.3% -4.9% -46.4% -13.6% -19.7% 35.1% -0.2%

2006 -4.9% -2.5% -0.2% 61.5% -0.7% 5.0% 11.9% 15.9% 79.3% 8.5% 3.6% -3.5% 4.1% -12.1% -8.3% 7.3% -31.6% 5.4% 2006 -59.2% 161.5% 93.5% 44.3% -36.9% 66.7% 32.4% 126.2% 23.8% 124.1% 129.1% 23.4% 26.3% 28.3% 97.3% 37.0%

2007 37.7% 5.8% 3.7% 29.5% 13.9% 29.1% 3.2% 19.1% 15.6% -16.8% -14.4% 12.3% 10.6% 309.1% 2.8% 89.6% 7.5% 2007 45.0% 11.8% -12.4% 15.8% -34.0% 33.3% 11.0% -10.9% 12.7% 35.1% -41.3% 18.3% 20.8% -4.3% 11.1% 9.6%

2008 20.4% -16.3% 7.7% 17.5% 10.9% 14.9% 0.3% 0.0% 18.9% 13.4% 13.3% 20.5% 12.7% -15.6% -3.8% -28.3% 6.5% 2008 106.9% -31.6% -26.9% 4.2% -30.6% -50.0% 7.4% -32.5% -4.1% 5.7% -13.5% 6.7% -31.0% 4.1% -8.6% -0.4%

2009 -7.2% 4.8% -2.8% -17.2% -8.4% -14.8% -5.7% -3.8% -22.7% 4.2% -2.4% -10.3% -4.7% -13.2% -4.8% -3.3% -5.3% 2009 -23.3% 30.8% 17.5% 16.6% 25.6% 100.0% 14.2% 2.4% 17.8% -4.3% 1.6% 4.0% 25.0% 7.7% 6.6% 11.0%

2010 15.8% -1.4% 3.0% 10.6% 4.5% 3.9% -1.1% -9.9% -5.9% -1.3% 5.5% 12.1% 0.9% 115.2% 12.5% 70.5% 2.7% 2010 13.0% 14.7% 1.5% -4.1% -3.7% -25.0% -3.9% 8.2% -0.2% -3.8% -3.1% -7.8% -4.0% -6.1% 4.3% -1.7%

2011 8.3% 8.5% 1972% 0.7% -10.8% -0.8% 5.2% 5.3% 21.4% 40.6% -1.3% -9.1% -11.2% -5.1% -4.4% -15.3% 1.7% 2011 44.2% -10.3% 17.6% 6.2% 7.7% 13.3% 7.2% 21.7% 9.0% 23.6% 61.9% 9.7% -25.0% 13.0% 7.4% 8.7%

2012 -1.6% 8.9% 37.0% 4.2% 16.1% 5.9% 3.9% 1.1% 0.8% -8.9% -3.6% -8.3% 13.0% 6.9% 10.7% 6.3% 4.8% 2012 18.7% 60.0% 60.0% -8.2% 32.1% 35.3% -7.3% 32.1% -6.8% -39.0% 41.2% -7.5% 22.2% -21.7% -1.3% -7.7%

2013 -11.9 -6.2% -3.2% 2.0% 1.1% 2.1% 2.1% -8.1% -57.2% -3.7% 0.2% -7.7% 0.5% -2.9% -2.4% -4.4% -1.5% 2013 11.2% -76.6% -6.6% -67.6% -32.9% -63.5% -28.9% 25.0% -2.6% -59.3% -77.8% -43.2% -4.5% 10.9% -12.0% -17.6%

2014 1.9% 83.8% -2.0% 4.5% -2.6% 3.6% -10.6% -16.1% 1.0% 16.4% -7.1% -8.6% -19.8% -9.1% -6.9% -20.9% -6.3% 2014 -38.3% 100.0% 176.6% -1.2% 166.6% 100.0% 49.4% 88.8% 43.7% 60.0% 215.7% 215.9% 193.7% 57.1% 0.5% 9.7% 19.9%

-2.4%

12.2%

8.1%

4.7%

-1.2%

1.4%

3.7%

1.2%

-5.8%

-0.2%

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Disembarking Passenger Traffic SOUTHEAST ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BARTLETT COVE BELLINGHAM GLACIER BAY GUSTAVUS HAINES HOLLIS HOONAH HOTEL JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT REVILLA ISLAND SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL SOUTHWEST AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER HOTEL KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA SEWARD TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL

2005 3,720 668 12,964 32,223 99 4,680 171 66,618 1,748 27,173 11,101 1,353 10,722 12,161 13,292 25,745 1,239 7,209 158 233,044 2005 208 119 159 118 7,974 585 37 6,793 41 235 6,978 520 247 1,846 2,064 49 9,011 12,208 49,192

2006 3,775 446 13,790 473 29,759 155 5,204 66,038 1,726 33,336 14,782 603 10,065 11,171 708 13,357 23,164 1,248 7,676 184 237,660 2006 205 133 252 242 11,650 819 55 10,243 77 419 9,066 1,178 398 2,862 81 10,360 21,520 69,560

2007 3,664 12,935 31,502 5,937 74,540 2,601 33,973 16,484 985 8,606 10,843 14,883 23,212 1,574 7,174 276 249,189 2007 310 114 244 169 12,608 841 62 10,373 410 9,520 1,525 288 3,028 89 10,603 22,236 72,420

2008 4,584 10,931 34,214 7,055 82,957 2,814 35,506 16,419 959 9,887 10,976 18,047 24,297 1,694 7,673 162 268,175 2008 192 111 151 106 12,801 466 23 11,583 274 10,145 1,430 233 3,398 102 10,083 21,139 72,237

2009 4,655 10,345 30,944 5,847 73,189 2,536 32,296 15,667 885 8,984 9,766 15,151 23,307 2,040 6,979 161 242,752 2009 161 152 186 149 13,787 528 52 12,621 59 309 10,820 1,355 221 3,253 81 9,266 22,139 75,139

2010 4,849 10,961 168 32,987 6,030 77,991 2,629 31,723 13,888 555 9,527 10,688 17,367 22,539 1,758 7,325 303 251,288 2010 311 128 215 194 13,335 749 58 12,360 375 11,396 1,474 258 2,818 78 9,604 21,672 75,025

2011 4,519 12,403 3,551 33,284 5,040 76,027 2,492 34,687 17,430 703 9,046 8,914 14,967 21,081 1,749 7,112 294 253,299 2011 390 153 280 220 13,846 925 61 12,674 475 11,599 1,726 312 3,135 115 10,635 24,933 81,479

2012 4,472 -12,987 12,987 4,440 33,575 6,428 78,134 2,642 34,507 17,959 529 8,691 8,015 18,164 22,962 2,040 6,909 344 262,798 2012 522 215 223 260 12,350 881 39 12,456 518 11,466 36 245 1,048 424 2,793 136 8,640 22,724 74,976

2013 4,188 8,429 12,502 3,945 33,811 5,862 76,769 2,655 31,523 7,487 475 8,040 8,011 17,011 24,025 1,608 7,180 267 253,786 2013 209 55 12,255 90 6,282 199 6,906 20 283 421 171 1,300 112 9,859 20,917 59,079

SYSTEM TOTAL

282,236

307,220

321,609

340,412

317,891

326,313

334,778

337,774

313,311

2014 4,345 16,169 12,312 4,413 32,924 5,905 72,187 2,374 32,178 555 8,002 7,344 13,540 22,110 1,367 6,803 223 242,751 2014 234 146 233 211 12,164 665 47 12,117 463 11,766 29 582 1,324 340 2,723 51 9,461 23,697 76,253 319,004

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Disembarking Passenger Traffic Percentage Change SOUTHEAST ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BARTLETT COVE BELLINGHAM GLACIER BAY GUSTAVUS HAINES HOLLIS HOONAH HOTEL JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT REVILLA ISLAND SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL SOUTHWEST AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER HOTEL KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA SEWARD TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL SYSTEM TOTAL

2005 4.7% -10.0% -5.4% -7.0% -2.0% -11.2% -2.9% 46.9% 293.3% -1.7% -11.5% -11.1% -10.7% 5.9% -4.7% 6.8% -3.0% 2005 0.5% 80.3% 23.3% -8.5% 53.2% -23.2% 37.0% -3.9% -28.8% -5.8% 13.0% -14.2% -7.0% -60.5% 4.3% -20.8% 25.8% -2.4%

2006 1.5% -33.2% 6.4% -7.6% 56.6% 11.2% -0.9% -1.3% 22.7% 33.2% -55.4% -6.1% -8.1% 0.5% -10.0% 0.7% 6.5% 16.5% 2.0% 2006 -1.4% 11.8% 58.5% 105.1% 46.1% 40.0% 48.6% 50.8% 78.3% 29.9% 126.5% 61.1% 55.0% 65.3% 15.0% 76.3% 41.4%

2007 -2.9% -6.2% 5.9% 14.1% 12.7% 50.7% 1.9% 11.5% 63.3% -14.5% -2.9% 11.4% 0.2% 26.1% -6.5% 50.0% 4.8% 2007 51.2% -14.3% -3.2% -30.2% 8.2% 2.7% 12.7% 1.3% -2.1% 5.0% 29.5% -27.6% 5.8% 9.9% 2.3% 2.8% 3.9%

2008 25.1% -15.5% 8.6% 18.8% 11.3% 8.2% 4.5% -0.4% -2.6% 14.9% 1.2% 21.3% 4.7% 7.6% 7.0% -41.3% 7.6% 2008 -38.1% -2.6% -38.1% -37.3% 1.5% -44.6% -62.9% 11.7% -33.2% 6.6% -6.2% -19.1% 12.2% 14.6% -4.9% -4.9% -0.3%

2009 1.5% -5.4% -9.6% -17.1% -11.8% -9.9% -9.0% -4.6% -7.7% -9.1% -11.0% -16.0% -4.1% 20.4% -9.0% -0.6% -9.5% 2009 -16.1% 36.9% 23.2% 40.6% 7.7% 13.3% 126.1% 9.0% 12.8% 6.7% -5.2% -5.2% -4.3% -20.6% -8.1% 4.7% 4.0%

2010 4.2% 6.0% 6.6% 3.1% 6.6% 3.7% -1.8% -11.4% -37.3% 6.0% 9.4% 14.6% -3.3% -13.8% 5.0% 88.2% 3.5% 2010 93.2% -15.8% 15.6% 30.2% -3.3% 41.9% 11.5% -2.1% 21.4% 5.3% 8.8% 16.7% -13.4% -3.7% 3.6% -2.1% -0.2%

2011 -6.8% 13.2% 2013.7% 0.9% -16.4% -2.5% -5.2% 9.3% 25.5% 26.7% -5.0% -16.6% -13.8% -6.5% -0.5% -2.9% -3.0% 0.8% 2011 25.4% 19.5% 30.2% 13.4% 3.8% 23.5% 5.2% 2.5% 26.7% 1.8% 17.1% 20.9% 11.2% 47.4% 10.7% 15.0% 8.6%

2012 -1.0% 4.7% 25.0% 0.9% 27.5% 2.8% 6.0% -0.5% 3.0% -24.8% -3.9% -10.1% 21.4% 8.9% 16.6% -2.9% 17.0% 3.8% 2012 33.8% 40.5% -20.4% 18.2% -10.8% -4.8% -36.1% -1.7% 9.1% -1.1% -39.3% 35.9% -10.9% 18.3% -18.8% -8.9% -8.0%

2013 -6.4% -3.7% -11.1% 0.7% -8.8% -1.2% 0.5% -8.6% -58.3% -10.2% -7.5% -6.3% 4.6% -21.2% 3.9% -22.4% -3.3% 2013 -2.8% -78.8% -0.8% -89.8% -49.6% -61.6% -39.8% -44.4% 15.5% -59.8% -59.7% -53.5% -17.6% 14.1% -8.0% -21.2%

2014 3.7% 91.8% -1.5% 11.8% -2.6% 0.7% -5.9% -10.5% 2.0% -100.0% 16.8% -0.4% -8.3% -20.4% -7.9% -14.9% -5.2% -16.4% -4.3% 2014 100.0% -30.1% 100.0% 283.6% -0.7% 638.8% 100.0% 92.8% 132.6% 70.3% 45.0% 105.6% 214.4% 98.8% 109.4% -54.4% -4.0% 13.2% 29.0%

-2.9%

8.9%

4.6%

5.8%

-6.6%

2.6%

2.6%

0.9%

-7.2%

1.8%

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Disembarking Vehicle Traffic SOUTHEAST ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BARTLETT COVE BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOLLIS HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL SOUTHWEST CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA SEWARD TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL SYSTEM TOTAL

2005 595 4,941 11,182 29 1,523 17,281 363 8,880 3,577 88 2,522 4,171 3,644 7,049 24 1,815 128 67,812 2005 60 41 69 3,053 60 12 2,885 112 3,035 219 83 946 1,089 22 2,759 4,261 18,706

2006 583 53 5,394 10,766 34 1,573 18,008 422 10,811 4,837 66 2,521 4,122 3,695 6,481 22 2,050 137 71,586 2006 57 51 97 4,328 72 16 3,808 178 3,598 482 140 1,229 25 3,250 8,153 25,484

2007 761 5,438 11,060 1,947 20,794 513 11,514 5,657 77 2,145 3,990 4,150 6,609 56 2,084 202 76,997 2007 39 58 111 4,974 62 31 4,222 158 4,083 634 98 1,458 30 3,304 8,654 27,916

2008 948 4,450 12,567 2,207 23,023 590 11,564 5,620 97 2,501 4,058 4,990 7,310 48 1,894 70 81,937 2008 59 32 53 5,200 26 10 4,518 117 4,246 615 87 1,502 25 3,252 8,160 27,902

2009 852 4,425 11,658 1,886 21,523 481 11,076 5,436 74 2,502 3,945 4,483 7,371 41 1,797 129 77,679 2009 50 53 70 5,972 53 22 5,261 118 4,688 613 83 1,582 32 3,364 8,901 30,862

2010 994 4,679 56 11,945 2,098 22,525 504 10,924 4,883 67 2,507 4,174 4,969 7,150 76 2,010 174 79,735 2010 55 70 75 5,853 52 17 5,087 118 4,662 596 87 1,434 19 3,299 8,916 30,340

2011 1,070 5,311 1,165 12,204 1,853 22,098 577 11,608 5,859 89 2,434 3,306 4,534 6,806 1,995 170 81,079 2011 85 77 83 6,009 68 23 5,545 150 4,997 704 141 1,541 23 3,549 10,026 33,021

2012 1,061 5,748 1,513 12,377 2,150 23,317 572 11,638 5,793 88 2,425 3,299 5,194 7,563 2,120 179 85,037 2012 100 72 125 5,571 90 37 5,110 163 4,704 11 54 436 144 1,442 24 2,915 9,413 30,411

2013 914 2,880 5,365 1,433 12,541 2,107 23,778 582 10,838 2,550 88 2,383 3,257 5,096 7,627 2,159 172 83,770 2013 95 36 5,183 25 3,285 65 3,445 11 57 183 54 877 27 3,464 8,220 25,027

2014 958 5,307 5,413 1,509 11,966 2,270 21,243 492 10,845 93 2,246 2,898 4,193 6,962 2,009 138 78,542 2014 69 53 89 5,123 62 19 4,977 133 4,857 20 139 548 101 1,312 26 3,298 9,110 29,936

86,518

97,070

104,913

109,839

108,541

110,075

114,100

115,448

108,797

108,478

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Disembarking Vehicle Traffic Percentage Change SOUTHEAST ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BARTLETT COVE BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOLLIS HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL SOUTHWEST CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA SEWARD TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL SYSTEM TOTAL

2005 11.8% -4.2% -6.6% -7.8% -5.0% -4.7% 2.8% 65.4% 76.0% 1.7% -11.9% -11.7% -9.5% -11.1% -5.3% 25.5% -3.0% 2005 275.0% 20.6% 1.5% 51.5% 20.0% 9.1% 1.8% 0.9% -4.9% -2.7% -7.8% -12.2% -54.5% -24.7% 47.0% -

2006 -2.0% 9.2% -3.7% 17.2% 3.3% 4.2% 16.3% 21.7% 35.2% -25.0% -1.2% 1.4% -8.1% -8.3% 12.9% 7.0% 5.6% 2006 -5.0% 24.4% 40.6% 41.8% 20.0% 33.3% 32.0% 58.9% 18.6% 120.1% 68.7% 29.9% 13.6% 17.8% 91.3% 36.2%

2007 30.5% 0.8% 2.7% 23.8% 15.5% 21.6% 6.5% 17.0% 16.7% -14.9% -3.2% 12.3% 2.0% 154.5% 1.7% 47.4% 7.6% 2007 -31.6% 13.7% 14.4% 14.9% -13.9% 93.8% 10.9% -11.2% 13.5% 31.5% -30.0% 18.6% 20.0% 1.7% 6.1% 9.5%

2008 24.6% -18.2% 13.6% 13.4% 10.7% 15.0% 0.4% -0.7% 26.0% 16.6% 1.7% 20.2% 10.6% -14.3% -9.1% -65.3% 6.4% 2008 51.3% -44.8% -52.3% 4.5% -58.1% -67.7% 7.0% -25.9% 4.0% -3.0% -11.2% 3.0% -16.7% -1.6% -5.7% -0.1%

2009 -10.1% -0.6% -7.2% -14.5% -6.5% -18.5% -4.2% -3.3% -23.7% -2.8% -10.2% 0.8% -14.6% -5.1% 84.3% -5.2% 2009 -15.3% 65.6% 32.1% 14.8% 103.8% 120.0% 16.4% 0.9% 10.4% -0.3% -4.6% 5.3% 28.0% 3.4% 9.1% 10.6%

2010 16.7% 5.7% 2.5% 11.2% 4.7% 4.8% -1.4% -10.2% -9.5% 0.2% 5.8% 10.8% -3.0% 85.4% 11.9% 34.9% 2.6% 2010 10.0% 32.1% 7.1% -2.0% -1.9% -22.7% -3.3% -0.6% -2.8% 4.8% -9.4% -40.6% -1.9% 0.2% -1.7%

2011 7.6% 13.5% 1980.4% 2.2% -11.7% -1.9% 14.5% 6.3% 20.0% 32.8% -2.9% -20.8% -8.8% -4.8% -0.7% -2.3% 1.7% 2011 54.5% 10.0% 10.7% 2.7% 30.8% 35.3% 9.0% 27.1% 7.2% 18.1% 62.1% 7.5% 21.1% 7.6% 12.4% 8.8%

2012 -0.8% 8.2% 29.9% 1.4% 16.0% 5.5% -0.9% 0.3% -1.1% -1.1% -0.4% -0.2% 14.6% 11.1% 6.3% 5.3% 4.9% 2012 17.6% -6.5% 50.6% -7.3% 32.4% 60.9% -7.8% 8.7% -5.9% -38.1% 2.1% -6.4% 4.3% -17.9% -6.1% -7.9%

2013 -13.9% -6.7% -5.3% 1.3% -2.0% 2.0% 1.7% -6.9% -56.0% -1.7% -1.3% -1.9% 0.8% 1.8% -3.9% -1.5% 2013 -5.0% -71.2% -7.0% -72.2% -35.7% -60.1% -26.8% 5.6% -58.0% -62.5% -39.2% 12.5% 18.8% -12.7% -17.7%

2014 4.8% 84.2% 0.8% 5.3% -4.5% 7.7% -10.6% -15.4% -100.0% 5.6% -5.7% -11.0% -17.7% -8.7% -6.9% -19.7% -6.2% 2014 -27.3% 100.0% 147.2% -1.1% 148.0% 100.0% 51.5% 104.6% 40.9% 81.8% 143.8% 199.4% 87.0% 49.6% -3.7% -4.7% 10.8% 19.6%

-2.4%

12.2%

8.1%

4.7%

-1.2%

1.4%

3.7%

1.2%

-5.8%

-0.2%

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Southeast Port Departures SOUTHEAST ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BARTLETT COVE BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOLLIS HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL

2005 281 8 80 591 3 308 888 155 695 249 17 509 146 337 314 141 421 34 5,177

2006 239 4 74 612 3 319 988 170 1,014 510 24 523 170 323 311 111 470 20 5,885

2007 105 67 508 225 1,025 187 945 515 17 389 146 262 266 100 389 52 5,198

2008 109 52 619 271 1,085 183 932 522 18 420 153 299 320 102 387 21 5,493

2009 138 54 574 233 905 166 861 476 19 380 146 255 298 107 361 27 5,000

2010 118 53 4 574 203 919 168 805 416 17 415 146 281 287 101 384 27 4,918

2011 108 63 60 641 184 974 177 923 514 17 418 142 263 310 99 385 12 5,290

2012 112 64 116 570 232 894 172 917 510 17 395 136 293 276 103 380 38 5,225

2013 128 263 61 106 649 203 958 161 866 240 18 375 105 295 312 119 360 41 5,260

2014 120 516 67 117 554 202 843 152 872 17 365 97 230 256 111 354 30 4,903

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Southwest Port Departures SOUTHWEST AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA SEWARD TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL

2005 14 34 14 14 278 7 7 168 14 138 86 14 72 63 44 277 213 1,394

2006 26 44 26 26 340 13 14 261 26 195 116 26 110 58 372 419 2,072

2007 26 35 26 26 302 13 26 253 26 193 119 26 110 43 290 381 1,895

2008 12 36 12 12 289 6 12 254 12 171 133 12 111 55 291 356 1,774

2009 14 47 14 14 355 7 14 286 14 186 116 14 125 46 351 417 2,020

2010 22 51 22 22 289 11 22 254 22 178 98 22 102 32 275 340 1,762

2011 24 36 24 24 283 12 24 305 24 202 171 24 136 30 331 380 2,030

2012 24 49 20 24 292 12 12 239 24 179 4 26 111 24 118 32 244 413 1,847

2013 42 6 307 3 135 6 111 2 21 41 6 77 34 268 375 1,434

2014 22 35 18 22 284 11 11 264 22 186 4 75 145 22 116 16 252 405 1,910

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Current Annual Traffic Alaska Marine Highway System, Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

The tables and charts in this section provide a visual summary of the traffic data collected from the Passenger and Vehicle Traffic Summaries by Month; this traffic is shown both by region and by types of vessels (as described below). The Regional Monthly Traffic tables and charts on page 23 break the traffic down by region, utilizing passenger and vehicle counts to / from ports in the Southeast Region, and then counts to / from ports in the Southwest Region. The steep bell curves display the seasonal nature of AMHS traffic, a pattern that is repeated consistently from year to year. The Vessel Monthly Traffic tables and charts on page 24 are broken down by three general vessel types. The Southeast vessels are the mainline vessels sailing the long haul routes in the Southeast Panhandle area and include the MV Columbia, MV Kennicott, MV Malaspina, MV Matanuska and MV Taku. The Southwest vessels include the MV Aurora and MV Tustumena. The Day Boat vessels in Southeast include the MV Lituya, MV LeConte, FVF Fairweather and MV Malaspina during the peak summer season as well as the FVF Chenega in the Southwest Region. Please see page 5 for a detailed explanation of these vessel types. 22


Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2013

Regional Monthly Traffic MONTH JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER TOTAL

PASSENGERS SOUTHEAST SOUTHWEST 10,484 2,343 10,825 2,590 15,033 2,913 14,376 3,112 18,774 7,553 29,315 10,344 39,289 14,210 38,935 14,078 21,331 8,112 16,995 4,504 13,841 3,725 13,450 2,872 242,648

76,356

MONTH JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER

TOTAL 12,827 13,415 17,946 17,488 26,327 39,659 53,499 53,013 29,443 21,499 17,566 16,322

VEHICLES SOUTHEAST SOUTHWEST 3,422 1,174 3,618 1,083 5,227 1,451 5,307 1,631 6,705 3,103 9,202 4,150 11,114 4,624 11,209 4,824 7,403 3,146 5,856 1,958 4,836 1,638 4,473 1,324

TOTAL

319,004

78,372

30,106

TOTAL 4,596 4,701 6,678 6,938 9,808 13,352 15,738 16,033 10,549 7,814 6,474 5,797 108,478

Regional Monthly Passenger Traffic Chart

Regional Monthly Passenger Traffic Chart

60000

Total Southeast Southwest

50000

Traffic

40000 30000 20000 10000 0 Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Oct

Nov

Dec

Regional Monthly Vehicle Traffic Chart

Regional Monthly Vehicle Traffic Chart

18000

Total Southeast Southwest

16000 14000

Traffic

12000

10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Please see page 22 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Vessel Monthly Traffic Comparison DAY BOATS 7,360 8,106 7,824 7,903 16,130 21,895 27,980 28,291 15,923 12,057 7,165 7,096

MONTH JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER TOTAL

PASSENGERS SE VESSELS 3,102 2,719 7,951 8,257 6,886 12,406 16,814 16,566 9,723 4,264 3,026 2,700

167,730

94,414

SW VESSELS 2,365 2,590 2,171 1,328 3,311 5,358 8,705 8,156 3,797 5,178 7,375 6,526

TOTAL

MONTH

12,827 13,415 17,946 17,488 26,327 39,659 53,499 53,013 29,443 21,499 17,566 16,322

JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER

56,860

319,004

TOTAL

94,414

Traffic

Traffic

SW VESSELS 1,193 1,083 960 498 1,187 1,956 2,575 2,593 1,293 2,028 2,477 2,233

4,596 4,701 6,678 6,938 9,808 13,352 15,738 16,033 10,549 7,814 6,474 5,797

55,268

33,134

20,076

108,478

TOTAL

Vessel Vehicles Chart

167,730

56,860

Day Boats

VEHICLES SE VESSELS 888 808 3,102 3,449 2,987 4,277 5,285 5,147 3,833 1,467 1,108 783

Vessel Vehicle Chart

Vessel Passenger Chart

Vessel Passengers Chart

200,000 180,000 160,000 140,000 120,000 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 0

DAY BOATS 2,515 2,810 2,616 2,991 5,634 7,119 7,878 8,293 5,423 4,319 2,889 2,781

S.E. Vessels

S.W. Vessels

70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0

55,268 33,134 20,076

Day Boats

S.E. Vessels

S.W. Vessels

Vessel Monthly Passenger Chart 35,000

Day Boats

30,000

Southeast Vessels

25,000

Southwest Vessels

Traffic

20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000

0 Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Please see page 22 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

Oct

Nov

Dec

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Tariff Traffic Alaska Marine Highway System, Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Car deck space is predominantly sold by vehicle length. However, some consideration must be given to width, to the overall weight of the vehicle traffic on the car deck, and to the affect of vehicle placement on the vessel’s overall stability. Consequently, vehicle tariffs are classified as Standard (up to 8-1/2’ wide), Wide (up to 9’ wide), Extra Wide (over 9’ wide), and Vans. Due to their height and weight, vans must be categorized separately. Vans are defined as vehicles, normally commercial, from 12’-13’ in height with enclosed cargo space. Vans can be any length and either self-propelled or towed. A flatbed truck or trailer, with a load higher than 10 feet from the ground, is also considered a van. In 2012, new tariffs were created for the communities of Ouzinkie and Old Harbor, the newest communities to receive ferry service. With the addition of new tariffs in 2011 for the roadless communities of Tenakee and Akutan, tariffs for roll-on / roll-off trailers, hand carts and ATV’s are now accounted for separately in the second table on page 26 under Car Deck Tariff Usage. Recreational vehicles are defined as truck / campers, camper vans, motorhomes, and vehicles with trailers. Although RVs are identified with a separate class, they are also classified by width. In the first table, the RV traffic is broken out by width. Recreational vehicles of all widths made up 3.96% of the total motorized cardeck traffic. In addition, 2,269 non-motorized forms of transport were ticketed. Nonmotorized traffic includes bicycles, kayaks and canoes that are not being transported in a car, truck or trailer. Another tariff number that has no impact on actual traffic but is always of interest, are the pets, confined to the car deck, this category includes all animals. The pie charts on pages 27 and 28 present the length of various types of vehicles measured in feet. The labels for each slice in each pie chart represent the upper limit of the category size. For example, in the Car Length Chart on page 28, the pie slice labeled 15’ is to be read as “cars larger than 10 feet up to and including 15 feet.” The next slice is to be read as “cars larger than 15 feet up to and including 19 feet.” 25


Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Car Deck Tariff Usage STANDARD VEHICLES (TO 8-1/2') 9,481 7,727 5,759 6,071 5,493 9,983 10,505 17,697 8,118 10,456 8,477

VESSEL AURORA CHENEGA COLUMBIA FAIRWEATHER KENNICOTT LECONTE LITUYA MALASPINA MATANUSKA TAKU TUSTUMENA TOTAL

99,767

VESSEL AURORA CHENEGA COLUMBIA FAIRWEATHER KENNICOTT LECONTE LITUYA MALASPINA MATANUSKA TAKU TUSTUMENA TOTAL

WIDE STANDARD RVS & X-W VEHICLES (TO 8-1/2') (> 8-1/2') 19 790 38 272 20 385 19 197 62 161 15 166 9 6 39 1,200 42 617 57 278 49 109 369

NONMOTORIZED TRAFFIC 92 106 234 229 147 340 2 572 263 165 119 2,269

4,181

WIDE & X-W RVS (> 8-1/2') 8 15 13 8 3 41 39 8 4 139

BUSES

VANS

TOTAL

54 5 7 1 12 44 34 3 -

291 190 223 40 432 498 477 432 485 794

10,643 8,232 6,409 6,341 6,156 10,677 10,520 19,498 9,282 11,287 9,433

160

3,862

108,478

PETS (INCLUDES LIVESTOCK)

ATV’S

TRAILERS

1,245 1,139 1,409 1,133 1,293 1,800 351 4,252 1,904 1,997 1,493

27 86 2

58 273 -

VEHICLES WITHOUT A DRIVER 856 742 794 559 1,419 1,905 254 1,499 1,248 2,001 1,833

18,016

115

331

13,110

Please see page 25 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Passenger Tariff Chart

Passenger Tariff Chart

Senior Citizens 45,912 14.39% All other adults 185,598 58.18%

Children with groups 1,775 0.56% Children under 6 15,021 4.71% Drivers 35,677 11.18%

Vehicle Tariff Chart

Children 6 and over 15,160 4.75% Adults with groups 19,861 6.23%

Vehicle Tariff Chart RVs 4,320 3.96%

Cars 100,136 91.88%

Vans 3,862 3.54% Buses 160 0.15%

Hand Carts 65 0.06% Trailers 331 ATVs 0.30% 115 0.11%

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Car Deck Space Usage Chart

Car Deck Space Usage Chart (In feet)

Standard RVs 113,151 5.19% Wide Vehicles 16,180 0.74% Vans 124,568 5.71%

Standard Vehicles 1,914,822 87.76%

Buses 6,881 0.32%

Hand Carts 218 0.01%

Trailers 5,966 0.27%

Car Length Chart

Car Length Chart 21' 8,188 8.18%

30' 7,122 7.11%

40' 3,666 3.66% 50' 1,487 1.48%

19' 44,833 44.78%

60' 458 0.46%

15' 31,737 31.69% 10' 2,616 2.61%

70' 29 0.03%

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

RV Length Chart

RV Length Chart

40' 756 17.50%

50' 186 4.31% 60' 55 1.27% 70' 3 0.07%

30' 2,616 60.56% 21' 490 11.34%

19' 210 4.86%

15' 4 0.09%

Van Length Chart

Van Length Chart

40' 1,590 41.17%

50' 87 2.25%

60' 25 0.65% 70' 11 0.28%

30' 2,120 54.89%

21' 27 0.70%

19' 2 0.05%

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Sailings Alaska Marine Highway System, Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

The following three tables represent sailings that show the sequence of ports traveled by AMHS vessels during 2014, and the number of times each different sequence occurred. The data is broken into summer and winter seasons, summer being the time period from May 1 to September 30. Of the 2,465 Southeast sailings, 92 different routes are represented, and of these, 28 occur only one or two times. In the combined Southwest and Cross Gulf systems, there were 1,135 sailings that occurred with 15 of the 47 different routes seeing only occasional use. It is also noteworthy that many of the routes are minor variations of a standard pattern. Published schedule variations may occur due to seasonal transitions, rerouting a vessel to accommodate a special event or accommodating for an unexpected mechanical repair. 30


Alaska Marine Highway System

ANGBELCBYCDVCHB-

Angoon Bellingham Cold Bay Cordova Chenega Bay

CHGFPSGUSHNHHNS-

Chignik False Pass Gustavus Hoonah Haines

HOMHTLJNUKAEKCV-

PORT CODES KOD- Kodiak KTN- Ketchikan MET- Metlakatla OLD- Old Harbor ORI- Port Lions

Homer Hotel Juneau Kake King Cove

OUZPELPSGSDPSDV-

Ouzinkie Pelican Petersburg Sand Point Seldovia

SGYSITTATTKEUNA-

Skagway Sitka Tatitlek Tenakee Unalaska

VDZWRGWTRYAKYPR-

Valdez Wrangell Whittier Yakutat Prince Rupert

TAKU

Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Southeast Routes

1 21 2 14 1 16 19 4 21 1 2 18 4 15 3

295 -

1 1 20 1 1 1 -

1 5 1 1 -

2 1 13 2 1 1 1 3 20 -

ANNUAL TOTAL

7 3 1 2 10 4 15 1 3 9 3 17 3 10 3 3

TOTAL

MATANUSKA

223 8 19 2 1 20 2 24 10 24 12 2 1 1 8 1 15 26 5 9 28 1 12 16

MALASPINA

1 1 -

LITUYA

1 1 1 1 -

LECONTE

5 -

AURORA

TAKU

223 -

TOTAL

MATANUSKA

8 19 2 - 24 10 24 4 8 1 26 5 9 28 1 12 16

MALASPINA

1 -

LECONTE

8 15 -

KENNICOTT

15 -

WINTER

LITUYA

ANB KTN ANG HNH JNU ANG JNU ANG KAE HNH JNU ANG TKE HNH JNU ANG TKE JNU BEL KTN BEL KTN WRG PSG JNU HNS BEL KTN WRG PSG JNU HNS SGY BEL KTN WRG PSG SIT JNU HNS BEL KTN WRG PSG SIT JNU HNS SGY GUS HNH JNU GUS JNU GUS PEL JNU HNH GUS JNU HNH JNU HNS JNU HNS JNU HNH SIT KAE PSG WRG KTN HNS JNU HNH SIT PSG WRG KTN HNS JNU KAE PSG WRG KTN YPR HNS JNU PSG WRG KTN HNS JNU PSG WRG KTN BEL HNS JNU PSG WRG KTN YPR HNS JNU SIT KAE PSG WRG KTN HNS JNU SIT PSG WRG KTN HNS JNU SIT PSG WRG KTN BEL JNU ANG JNU ANG HNH JNU ANG SIT JNU GUS JNU GUS HNH JNU GUS PEL JNU HNH JNU HNH ANG JNU HNH GUS JNU HNH KAE PSG WRG KTN JNU HNH SIT KAE PSG WRG KTN JNU HNH SIT KAE PSG WRG KTN YPR JNU HNH TKE JNU HNH TKE ANG

FAIRWEATHER

ROUTES

COLUMBIA

SUMMER

295 8 24 1 4 24 1 2 25 1 1 5 31 1 22 13 2 1 13 1 2 1 1 2 24 1 19 21 14 18 1 3 20 6

518 8 32 1 4 43 3 3 45 1 1 7 55 1 10 46 25 2 1 2 13 1 3 1 1 3 32 2 15 45 26 9 28 15 18 1 3 20 12 22

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12 111 11 1 11 1 7 2 64 12 1 13 5 223 2 2 2 9 1 11 111 8 11 3 18 2 15 64

9 25 1 2 8 1 1 2 25 -

4 45 4 17 4 45 -

295 -

1 20 -

1 6 1 -

5 1 1 1 1 22 3 1 1 1 5 1 -

-

ANNUAL TOTAL

11 1 3 11 1 1 1 2 -

TOTAL

4 1 13 1 6 11 -

TAKU

89 1 89 2 4 -

MATANUSKA

TAKU

223 -

MALASPINA

MATANUSKA

4 15 1 5 9 1 15 -

LITUYA

MALASPINA

-

LECONTE

LITUYA

8 7 11 2 64 11 7 2 15 64

AURORA

LECONTE

2 1 14 -

TOTAL

KENNICOTT

JNU HNS JNU HNS SGY JNU KAE JNU KAE PSG WRG KTN YPR JNU PEL JNU PSG JNU PSG WRG KTN JNU PSG WRG KTN YPR JNU SGY JNU SIT JNU SIT KAE PSG WRG KTN YPR JNU SIT PSG WRG KTN JNU SIT PSG WRG KTN YPR JNU TKE ANG KAE JNU KTN ANB KTN BEL KTN WRG PSG JNU HNS KTN WRG PSG JNU HNS SGY KTN WRG PSG KAE JNU KTN WRG PSG KAE JNU HNS SGY KTN WRG PSG KAE SIT HNH JNU KTN WRG PSG KAE SIT JNU KTN YPR PEL GUS JNU PEL HNH JNU PEL JNU PSG JNU SGY HNS JNU SGY HNS JNU KAE PSG WRG KTN YPR SGY HNS JNU PSG WRG KTN SGY HNS JNU PSG WRG KTN YPR SGY HNS JNU SIT PSG WRG KTN SGY HNS JNU SIT PSG WRG KTN BEL SGY JNU SGY JNU PSG WRG KTN SGY JNU PSG WRG KTN BEL SGY JNU SIT KAE PSG WRG KTN SIT ANG JNU SIT JNU

FAIRWEATHER

ROUTES

WINTER

COLUMBIA

SUMMER

13 70 1 5 6 1 1 25 1 295 1 1 1 22 1 3 1 1 1 6 70 1 26 5 1 1 -

25 181 1 16 7 11 1 8 2 64 12 1 14 30 1 518 3 1 3 22 1 3 1 3 9 1 7 11 181 8 1 11 3 44 2 5 1 1 15 64

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MALASPINA

MATANUSKA

TAKU

AURORA

LECONTE

LITUYA

MALASPINA

MATANUSKA

TAKU

ANNUAL TOTAL

LITUYA

214

1

12 259

446

190

1 15 1 16 1 3 77

12 1 2 1 16 1 2 2 18 12 12 1 14 17 64 1,283 168

261

590

46

16

12 1 1 3 16 3 3 5 18 4 4 16 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 15 15 15 17 6 6 6 118 1,199 2,482

TOTAL

LECONTE

32

TOTAL

KENNICOTT

TKE HNH JNU YPR KTN YPR KTN WRG PSG JNU YPR KTN WRG PSG JNU HNS YPR KTN WRG PSG JNU HNS SGY YPR KTN WRG PSG KAE JNU YPR KTN WRG PSG KAE JNU HNS YPR KTN WRG PSG KAE JNU HNS SGY YPR KTN WRG PSG KAE SIT HNH JNU YPR KTN WRG PSG KAE SIT HNH JNU HNS YPR KTN WRG PSG KAE SIT JNU YPR KTN WRG PSG KAE SIT JNU HNS SGY GRAND TOTAL

FAIRWEATHER

ROUTES

WINTER

COLUMBIA

SUMMER

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Southwest Routes

ANNUAL TOTAL

4 31 115 23 2 1 1 4 23 1 1 18 9 1 3 8 2 19 8 7 1 8 1 1 3 7 1 112 115 1 111 32 674

TOTAL

12 2 1 1 4 12 1 1 18 9 1 3 8 2 19 8 1 8 1 1 113

TUSTUMENA

TOTAL

11 11 22

KENNICOTT

TUSTUMENA

3 31 115 3 115 32 299

FAIRWEATHER

KENNICOTT

1 7 7 1 112 1 111 240

CHENEGA

CHENEGA

CDV CHB WTR CDV TAT VDZ CDV VDZ CDV VDZ WTR CDV WTR HOM KOD HOM ORI KOD HOM ORI OUZ KOD HOM SDV KOD HOM KOD HOM SDV KOD ORI KOD ORI HOM KOD ORI HOM SDV KOD OUZ ORI KOD OUZ ORI HOM KOD OUZ ORI HOM SDV ORI KOD ORI OUZ KOD SDV HOM SDV HOM KOD SDV HOM KOD CHG SDP KCV CBY FPS AKU UNA SDV HOM KOD OLD SDP KCV CBY FPS AKU UNA SDV HOM ORI KOD SDV HOM ORI OUZ KOD TAT VDZ UNA AKU CBY KCV SDP CHG KOD HOM UNA AKU CBY KCV SDP CHG KOD HOM SDV UNA AKU CBY KCV SDP OLD KOD HOM UNA AKU CBY KCV SDP OLD KOD HOM SDV VDZ CDV VDZ TAT VDZ TAT CDV VDZ WTR WTR CDV WTR CHB CDV WTR CHB VDZ WTR VDZ WTR VDZ CDV GRAND TOTAL

AURORA

ROUTES

WINTER

AURORA

SUMMER

1 4 4 11 45 5 4 1 45 3 2 12 137

2 7 17 2 17 7 52

11 3 30 11 30 3 88

3 3 6

2 1 1 1 2 27 9 7 1 2 24 9 1 1 20 1 14 26 149

1 1 4 4 17 21 21 52 92 207 5 28 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 6 30 53 9 10 1 7 25 1 1 2 11 24 24 9 9 1 2 1 1 20 23 1 9 2 14 33 26 34 7 1 8 1 1 18 21 7 4 5 1 113 92 207 3 3 1 2 113 22 54 432 1,106

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KENNICOTT

TUSTUMENA

TOTAL

BEL KTN JNU YAK WTR CHB KOD HOM HOM KOD CHB WTR YAK JNU JNU HOM JNU HOM SDV JNU YAK WTR CHB KOD HOM KOD OUZ ORI WTR JNU KOD WTR JNU SDV HOM KOD CHB WTR YAK JNU KTN BEL GRAND TOTAL

TOTAL

ROUTES

WINTER

KENNICOTT

SUMMER

10 11 21

10 11 21

4 1

1 2 1 2 6

4 1 1 2 1 1 2 3 15

1 3 9

ANNUAL TOTAL

Cross-Gulf Routes

14 1 1 2 1 1 2 14 36

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14 15 14 43

TOTAL

TENAKEE

47 50 94 34 27 64 177 66 177 177 96 106 74 145 1,044

YAKUTAT

SKAGWAY 46 255 257 8 75 75 25 7 75 823

WRANGELL

SITKA 15 2 55 26 185 43 45 45 39 48 45 548

PETERSBURG

50 10 94 24 27 20 16 188 94 66 58 177 97 94 96 106 46 74 19 177 94 26 1,055 546

PELICAN

KETCHIKAN

15 103 1 516 50 64 67 33 82 3 299 13 94 28 15 108 26 27 98 306 150 67 191 24 20 86 66 101 19 191 84 9 1 17 101 19 188 84 177 46 16 96 57 97 23 19 124 39 106 247 256 9 74 16 59 101 19 177 84 177 15 14 135 1,014 330 1,865 464 1,606

KAKE

GUSTAVUS

48 63 66 49 47 45 49 14 381

JUNEAU

BELLINGHAM

518 518

HOONAH

ANNETTE BAY

37 105 15 52 209

HAINES

ANGOON

ARRIVED DEPARTED ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT TOTAL

PRINCE RUPERT

Southeast City Pairs

Southeast City Pairs

181 516 343 125 979 375 1,976 437 1,564 27 1,009 568 638 846 127 998 43 10,752

Southwest City Pairs

FALSE PASS

HOMER

KING COVE

KODIAK

OLD HARBOR

OUZINKIE

PORT LIONS

SAND POINT

SELDOVIA

TATITLEK

VALDEZ

WHITTIER

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 72

11 9 11 11 11 11 2 11 11 88

3 5 80 258 346

11 9 11 11 11 11 11 2 11 11 99

9 11 11 11 11 2 11 11 77

11 15 9 11 11 11 146 2 35 61 11 116 15 454

11 9 11 11 11 11 2 11 11 88

11 15 9 11 11 149 11 2 38 83 11 115 15 481

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 16

36 37 38 34 145

72 73 37 67 249

11 9 11 11 11 11 11 2 11 88

9 8 9 9 115 9 111 1 24 49 9 353

4 12 16

1 76 11 168 256

16 260 15 18 1 1 14 165 490

TOTAL

DUTCH HARBOR

-

CORDOVA

1 15 15 14 19 64

COLD BAY

9 11 11 11 11 11 11 2 11 11 99

CHIGNIK

CHENEGA BAY

DEPARTED AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER TOTAL

AKUTAN

ARRIVED

Southwest City Pairs

86 50 80 97 341 86 22 479 97 477 17 135 232 97 437 16 257 475 3,481

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The data in the traffic tables is generated by the AMHS Reservations Management System (RMSIII) through a standard reporting process. The following is a brief explanation of the terms used and a description of the reports. A “passenger” is any individual who got on or off the vessel, including drivers, infants, partial-fare travelers, and anyone traveling on a pass. A “vehicle” is any passenger or cargo conveyance transported on the vessel, including construction equipment, container vans, motorcycles, unaccompanied cars shipped by dealers, and employee cars traveling on a space available basis. The vehicle count is not related to size; i.e. a 40-foot van is counted as one vehicle, as is a 15-foot compact car. The count of passengers, vehicles and cabins is derived from reservation information for specific vessels. A traveler who must transfer vessels to reach a destination or who is traveling on vacation and stopping to visit several communities is counted more than once. For example, a traveler from Pelican to Bellingham will show up in the passenger count as one who embarked at Pelican and disembarked at Juneau. This person will also be counted as one who embarked at Juneau and disembarked at Bellingham. These tables provide the monthly total of embarking and disembarking passengers and vehicles by port. This summary gives an overview of seasonal travel trends, and allows the reader to easily identify the busiest and slowest ports and travel months. Information is provided for the total system by geographic area and by vessel. Note that the quantity of passengers and vehicles embarking and disembarking in the regional charts presented on pages 38-41 do not match due to the fact that the MV Kennicott loads or off-loads passengers and vehicles in both the Southeast and Southwest regions. For example, when a passenger embarks in Ketchikan (Southeast) and disembarks at Whittier (Southwest), the actions are recorded and reported in the appropriate region. 37


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ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

259 620 824 215 1,537 472 3,012 225 1,315 9 524 114 348 475 85 450 10,484

294 1,102 562 159 1,319 523 2,939 97 1,947 17 355 86 566 494 49 316 10,825

353 1,391 919 152 1,715 475 4,649 303 2,618 10 486 205 564 669 109 404 11 15,033

294 1,105 966 311 1,584 541 3,920 216 2,469 9 501 436 696 759 81 485 3 14,376

ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

274 551 474 197 1,427 428 3,427 205 1,478 13 551 81 456 435 63 453 10,513

250 1,196 512 160 1,362 462 3,158 122 1,810 18 301 85 526 476 63 324 10,825

399 1,537 780 150 1,672 537 4,359 281 2,625 17 564 135 732 734 123 407 16 15,068

312 1,186 459 381 1,731 631 3,776 252 2,695 27 562 132 663 887 89 503 50 14,336

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 242 261 371 1,222 1,032 957 1,374 1,852 1,884 278 475 708 2,598 4,154 6,408 342 314 534 5,696 9,357 12,556 84 148 250 2,666 3,441 3,673 36 87 90 758 633 1,073 900 1,401 1,949 1,112 2,153 2,903 1,036 3,313 4,597 87 80 145 325 599 1,158 18 15 33 18,774 29,315 39,289 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 336 372 395 1,255 1,219 1,221 809 1,843 1,823 432 617 798 2,895 4,132 6,191 367 488 660 5,541 8,973 12,159 88 201 264 2,849 3,449 3,257 62 101 108 901 758 1,105 285 979 2,012 1,224 2,153 2,792 1,146 3,260 5,271 117 106 128 451 781 1,055 30 25 47 18,788 29,457 39,286

DEC

NOV

OCT

SEP

AUG

JUL

JUN

MAY

MAR

FEB

JAN

PORT

APR

Southeast Passengers

Southeast Passengers ,

TOTAL

371 1,720 2,246 782 7,099 521 11,283 192 4,108 67 1,101 1,292 2,574 4,205 194 1,150 30 38,935

231 1,240 842 419 3,740 316 5,726 139 2,766 77 862 383 925 3,035 164 442 24 21,331

488 1,950 913 194 2,247 495 4,247 200 3,361 16 638 213 731 818 79 405 16,995

392 1,413 657 195 2,099 423 3,646 178 2,401 25 521 109 417 702 174 489 13,841

426 1,462 608 277 1,634 412 3,507 176 2,489 18 509 121 462 629 108 612 13,450

3,982 15,214 13,647 4,165 36,134 5,368 70,538 2,208 33,254 461 7,961 7,209 13,451 20,732 1,355 6,835 134 242,648

387 1,631 1,654 772 5,384 582 12,118 178 4,126 80 1,002 2,008 2,682 4,950 238 880 29 38,701

216 1,303 1,516 277 2,671 368 6,543 187 2,459 73 657 976 869 2,785 95 470 26 21,491

568 2,007 1,014 178 1,997 606 4,494 153 3,014 29 663 377 569 818 79 429 16,995

383 1,488 587 144 1,889 385 4,058 184 2,244 13 508 161 448 732 167 450 13,841

453 1,575 841 307 1,573 391 3,581 259 2,172 14 430 113 426 616 99 600 13,450

4,345 16,169 12,312 4,413 32,924 5,905 72,187 2,374 32,178 555 8,002 7,344 13,540 22,110 1,367 6,803 223 242,751

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63 420 517 118 632 184 1,513 59 775 5 164 246 227 231 145 8 5,307

ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

42 198 266 88 521 144 1,149 19 460 2 153 42 162 130 137 3,513

45 392 243 72 502 159 936 21 653 2 89 43 192 160 109 3,618

75 508 405 80 626 228 1,415 54 964 2 169 60 256 246 138 15 5,241

55 435 250 140 768 235 1,439 67 862 8 168 66 243 292 194 19 5,241

DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 73 73 78 424 423 405 339 716 639 179 172 168 1,106 1,515 2,076 182 198 197 1,947 2,489 2,996 21 41 37 1,106 1,217 1,093 18 16 9 243 230 286 134 361 691 395 602 654 369 995 1,516 169 204 253 23 19 13 6,728 9,271 11,111

DEC

68 489 499 85 638 216 1,470 47 894 2 157 107 173 237 136 9 5,227

NOV

46 392 320 66 482 162 940 12 633 2 96 53 173 154 87 3,618

OCT

35 196 439 89 550 132 946 20 433 2 134 54 144 128 120 3,422

SEP

ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

EMBARKING VEHICLES 58 59 76 416 409 377 535 549 624 139 145 164 1,021 1,568 2,273 186 161 171 1,804 2,558 3,068 32 43 40 926 1,116 1,087 17 12 7 200 221 312 461 525 621 370 560 684 394 1,073 1,318 129 193 277 17 10 15 6,705 9,202 11,114

79 546 682 177 2,483 168 3,067 39 1,233 14 282 418 660 1,108 230 23 11,209

74 429 381 133 1,582 161 1,975 31 984 14 204 169 334 761 151 20 7,403

121 544 455 106 861 231 1,467 50 1,082 8 190 113 219 274 135 5,856

124 477 352 105 671 190 1,266 39 821 5 163 61 187 230 145 4,836

116 518 325 109 560 153 1,185 40 803 4 134 52 166 180 128 4,473

919 5,213 5,678 1,436 13,321 2,115 21,259 452 10,787 92 2,257 2,880 3,897 6,088 1,876 102 78,372

79 533 648 167 1,892 177 2,911 37 1,169 7 247 730 717 1,619 220 29 11,182

70 434 658 117 1,052 153 2,020 56 865 16 162 452 344 899 154 20 7,472

130 552 476 105 742 255 1,517 41 919 6 217 194 217 329 156 5,856

125 498 348 94 626 195 1,291 48 785 6 147 88 221 231 133 4,836

113 505 425 127 540 147 1,133 50 752 1 135 37 190 176 142 4,473

958 5,307 5,413 1,509 11,966 2,270 20,938 492 10,845 93 2,246 2,898 4,193 6,962 2,009 138 78,542

AUG

JUL

JUN

APR

MAR

FEB

JAN

PORT

MAY

Southeast Vehicles

Southeast Vehicles

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TOTAL

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Southwest Passengers

475 552 571 79 144 149 7 142 471 2,590

2 756 441 457 20 55 126 6 63 952 2,878

5 42 9 813 37 7 436 48 480 23 58 15 118 239 822 3,152

DEC

511 278 347 50 58 76 2 264 728 2,314

NOV

AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

OCT

26 6 679 569 20 453 21 27 53 86 219 953 3,112

SEP

3 719 476 424 26 38 125 7 96 999 2,913

21 37 64 18 1,846 93 4 1,815 104 1,815 8 42 71 68 227 11 3,563 4,271 14,078

74 2 73 46 1,534 93 1 1,472 137 1,071 19 86 104 312 3 1,291 1,794 8,112

950 1,067 869 81 127 210 388 812 4,504

715 870 861 105 197 287 51 639 3,725

402 805 786 90 163 187 61 378 2,872

274 113 259 143 12,034 538 26 13,126 490 11,236 21 587 1,288 365 2,467 58 12,788 20,543 76,356

DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 49 43 59 25 19 41 42 21 97 22 44 7 29 24 61 35 1,567 1,415 1,664 1,761 92 118 174 122 7 8 2 8 1,290 1,241 1,718 2,010 103 43 68 76 1,386 1,354 1,858 1,691 21 8 15 35 23 45 47 85 272 54 83 15 60 58 271 341 363 240 4 1 17 14 611 1,663 2,552 2,583 1,869 3,732 5,236 5,554 7,539 10,202 14,213 14,312

58 16 21 53 1,089 122 15 1,339 125 1,223 29 83 109 276 852 2,542 7,952

1,008 998 929 69 132 226 309 833 4,504

666 1,018 727 99 176 300 136 603 3,725

439 796 743 95 160 237 47 355 2,872

234 146 233 211 12,164 665 47 12,117 463 11,766 29 582 1,324 340 2,723 51 9,461 23,697 76,253

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 36 48 69 6 30 29 27 14 81 29 18 32 1,097 1,364 1,769 128 113 111 10 2 9 1,638 1,578 1,952 93 39 97 1,211 1,275 1,544 13 9 41 29 37 74 273 60 19 61 153 286 387 1 10 15 888 2,296 3,513 2,130 3,124 4,239 7,553 10,344 14,210

AUG

APR

346 545 612 77 131 130 8 253 488 2,590

JUL

MAR

613 339 315 47 64 77 3 169 716 2,343

JUN

FEB

AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

PORT

MAY

JAN

Southwest Passengers

TOTAL

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NOV

DEC

13 19 10 651 16 3 655 20 601 2 9 39 12 138 6 1,064 1,566 4,824

3 7 28 645 7 3 566 27 403 1 43 39 135 3 495 741 3,146

393 529 359 15 60 114 105 383 1,958

315 408 356 17 96 92 28 326 1,638

211 364 336 22 65 95 18 213 1,324

61 37 83 5,034 64 14 5,612 102 4,345 8 120 534 94 1,248 21 4,201 8,528 30,106

10 12 8 430 3 227 11 291 3 23 7 82 76 514 1,697

DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 14 11 20 20 3 11 13 10 15 673 575 598 14 12 6 7 5 503 538 609 34 11 20 511 600 636 15 9 9 5 26 38 57 27 18 15 184 170 137 6 1 6 237 607 823 802 1,458 1,669 3,080 4,081 4,627

7 1 21 691 16 2 713 19 593 5 12 34 16 117 8 848 1,748 4,851

6 6 22 463 11 5 506 38 467 4 45 18 121 1 329 1,035 3,077

382 441 415 17 77 127 111 388 1,958

342 422 352 25 86 84 16 311 1,638

231 378 306 27 64 107 17 194 1,324

69 53 89 5,123 62 19 4,977 133 4,857 20 139 548 101 1,312 26 3,298 9,110 29,936

JUN

OCT

1 335 239 279 7 22 73 3 33 445 1,437

3 331 1 305 4 206 5 17 4 72 85 598 1,631

EMBARKING VEHICLES 7 16 14 5 1 5 22 11 12 490 655 642 23 12 6 6 1 678 714 677 31 6 14 435 528 499 6 6 11 6 25 32 53 15 12 12 98 153 169 1 2 5 347 787 1,069 914 1,204 1,440 3,103 4,150 4,624

APR

MAR

FEB 171 272 216 17 48 64 1 85 209 1,083

5 296 266 239 6 24 71 2 39 503 1,451

SEP

232 129 191 4 28 46 116 337 1,083

151 247 245 15 40 70 1 86 228 1,083

AUG

CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK 0LD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

254 203 138 7 40 41 1 78 412 1,174

JUL

CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

JAN

PORT

MAY

Southwest Vehicles

Southwest Vehicles

TOTAL

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ANGOON CHENEGA BAY CORDOVA GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE PELICAN SKAGWAY TATITLEK TENAKEE VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

511 2 264 675 1,452

475 7 142 471 1,095

756 6 63 780 1,605

23 122 214 41 9 409

JUL

JUN

DEC

19 124 38 154 67 7 409

NOV

719 7 96 783 1,605

OCT

346 8 253 488 1,095

SEP

613 3 169 667 1,452

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 1 10 15 443 1,839 3,017 330 1,246 2,082 774 3,095 5,114 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 17 4 1 17 331 1,256 2,080 439 1,838 3,000 774 3,095 5,114

AUG

ANGOON CORDOVA GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE PELICAN SKAGWAY TATITLEK TENAKEE VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

MAY

APR

MAR

FEB

PORT

JAN

Aurora Passengers

47 11 3,052 2,065 5,175

3 3 3 1 632 298 940

270 106 641 242 1,256 16 246 47 2,824

392 195 1,446 350 2,058 25 416 173 5,055

426 277 1,067 401 1,861 24 18 313 108 4,495

1,110 1,725 578 3,278 1,031 5,332 24 59 1,042 58 336 9,501 7,959 32,033

4 14 2,119 3,038 5,175

2 1 4 301 632 940

290 103 555 271 1,262 29 256 58 2,824

383 144 1,046 306 2,528 13 468 167 5,055

453 307 757 299 2,281 7 14 278 99 4,495

1,151 17 1,746 554 2,480 877 6,289 7 56 1,043 51 333 6,556 10,873 32,033

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

296 2 39 346 683

5 60 7 60 26 158

13 6 899 685 1,603

1 3 238 109 351

60 66 202 130 397 8 88 951

124 105 402 155 613 5 104 1,508

116 109 322 150 569 7 4 74 1,351

ANGOON CHENEGA BAY CORDOVA GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE PELICAN SKAGWAY TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

232 116 292 640

171 1 85 209 466

335 3 33 312 683

4 55 85 14 158

DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 2 6 1 6 129 441 666 159 623 899 294 1,065 1,573

JUN

151 1 86 228 466

APR

254 1 78 307 640

FEB

ANGOON CORDOVA GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE PELICAN SKAGWAY TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

EMBARKING VEHICLES 1 2 5 165 624 905 128 439 663 294 1,065 1,573

PORT

JAN

JUL

MAY

MAR

Aurora Vehicles TOTAL 306 714 280 986 442 1,639 7 17 292 21 3,034 2,905 10,643

8 704 891 1,603

1 1 112 237 351

60 64 165 140 424 6 92 951

125 94 294 150 712 6 127 1,508

113 127 246 122 657 3 1 82 1,351

302 2 738 285 760 412 1,879 3 13 315 26 2,286 3,622 10,643

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

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-

-

-

JUL

JUN

1,534 659 1,201 3,394

456 167 413 1,036

-

-

8,698 2,954 8,743 20,395

1,757 464 1,859 4,080

1,089 551 1,754 3,394

453 153 430 1,036

-

-

8,758 2,566 9,071 20,395

CORDOVA VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

-

-

-

430 76 321 827

JUL

JUN

DEC

331 85 411 827

NOV

-

OCT

-

SEP

-

EMBARKING VEHICLES 490 655 642 182 163 164 637 594 589 1,309 1,412 1,395 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 673 575 598 108 166 157 528 671 640 1,309 1,412 1,395

AUG

CORDOVA VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

MAY

APR

MAR

FEB

JAN

1,799 511 1,770 4,080

TOTAL

Chenega Vehicles

Chenega Vehicles

PORT

DEC

CORDOVA VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

NOV

-

OCT

-

SEP

-

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 679 1,097 1,364 1,769 219 445 457 496 756 1,488 1,403 1,712 1,654 3,030 3,224 3,977 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 813 1,567 1,415 1,664 239 280 407 472 602 1,183 1,402 1,841 1,654 3,030 3,224 3,977

AUG

CORDOVA VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

MAY

MAR

FEB

JAN

PORT

APR

Chenega Passengers

Chenega Passengers

638 165 681 1,484

645 257 489 1,391

178 58 178 414

-

-

3,579 1,074 3,579 8,232

691 144 649 1,484

463 217 711 1,391

171 57 186 414

-

-

3,601 925 3,706 8,232

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

-

-

-

-

JUL

JUN

1,565 1,281 959 655 223 211 628 301 5,823

728 943 671 518 190 211 633 157 4,051

-

-

-

4,440 3,766 3,252 2,479 697 786 2,216 797 18,433

1,227 889 1,128 671 228 248 1,179 253 5,823

1,181 628 887 418 153 275 370 139 4,051

-

-

-

4,855 2,812 3,694 2,034 670 900 2,772 696 18,433

TOTAL

-

-

-

-

JUL

DEC

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

NOV

-

OCT

-

SEP

-

EMBARKING VEHICLES 3 232 478 1 222 473 5 204 273 278 152 32 57 28 59 1 109 207 23 53 10 1,128 1,752 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 1 407 489 2 163 367 2 176 333 3 88 176 1 37 36 80 83 1 146 230 31 38 10 1,128 1,752

AUG

-

JUN

APR

MAR

FEB

JAN

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

MAY

Columbia Vehicles

Columbia Vehicles

PORT

DEC

-

NOV

-

OCT

-

SEP

-

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 3 775 1,369 1 463 1,078 5 643 974 8 764 534 87 197 121 243 1 305 649 88 251 18 3,246 5,295 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 6 1,054 1,387 2 403 890 2 535 1,142 3 354 588 1 118 170 191 186 2 464 757 2 127 175 18 3,246 5,295

AUG

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

MAY

MAR

FEB

JAN

PORT

APR

Columbia Passengers

Columbia Passengers

488 542 304 162 52 79 179 45 1,851

332 478 294 174 68 75 189 58 1,668

-

-

-

1,533 1,716 1,080 766 209 241 685 179 6,409

474 365 294 173 48 93 330 74 1,851

510 281 328 175 39 151 136 48 1,668

-

-

-

1,881 1,178 1,133 615 161 407 843 191 6,409

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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ANGOON CORDOVA HAINES JUNEAU PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

-

-

-

-

43 18 585 41 359 231 1,277

494 221 399 1,114

715 51 639 1,405

402 61 378 841

793 1,611 1,450 9,000 416 7,107 852 333 1,416 22,978

296 85 2,423 157 1,962 4,923

54 23 601 24 308 267 1,277

555 156 403 1,114

666 136 603 1,405

439 47 355 841

918 1,660 1,251 9,405 545 6,751 748 339 1,361 22,978

JUL

308 280 2,258 174 1,903 4,923

TOTAL

ANGOON CORDOVA HAINES JUNEAU PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

-

-

-

-

JUL

JUN

DEC

-

NOV

-

OCT

-

SEP

-

EMBARKING VEHICLES 6 24 54 116 220 321 614 524 11 44 219 420 518 26 170 699 1,448 1,140 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 17 44 63 132 238 344 639 569 18 41 174 391 467 14 136 699 1,448 1,140

AUG

ANGOON CORDOVA HAINES JUNEAU PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

MAY

APR

MAR

FEB

JAN

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 18 140 284 496 656 1,337 2,409 2,411 31 170 789 1,735 2,321 87 534 2,758 5,474 5,186 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 41 199 328 470 673 1,326 2,585 2,470 162 202 704 1,591 2,186 55 426 2,758 5,474 5,186

Fairweather Vehicles

Fairweather Vehicles

PORT

DEC

-

NOV

-

OCT

-

SEP

-

AUG

ANGOON CORDOVA HAINES JUNEAU PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

JUN

APR

MAR

FEB

JAN

PORT

MAY

Fairweather Passengers

Fairweather Passengers

64 68 559 41 451 1,183

8 6 144 3 101 31 293

215 47 205 467

315 28 326 669

211 18 213 442

156 741 410 2,162 99 1,709 227 93 744 6,341

62 20 582 36 483 1,183

15 3 132 5 88 50 293

211 54 202 467

342 16 311 669

231 17 194 442

201 784 393 2,266 100 1,603 200 87 707 6,341

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

46


Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014 Kennicott Passengers

210 2 235 105 82 261 37 172 16 1,120

JUL

JUN

MAY

DEC

-

NOV

BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KODIAK SELDOVIA WHITTIER YAKUTAT GRAND Kennicott TOTAL Vehicles-

OCT

236 3 242 82 49 232 49 216 11 1,120

SEP

-

APR

MAR

-

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 259 327 498 515 6 6 30 29 178 433 554 550 150 121 303 240 44 94 227 144 144 410 631 462 14 51 72 42 197 312 475 445 3 18 15 33 995 1,772 2,805 2,460 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 88 280 582 436 5 19 41 25 122 373 426 429 177 142 399 307 101 122 179 139 210 505 612 648 22 54 49 34 220 247 492 395 50 30 25 47 995 1,772 2,805 2,460

AUG

BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KODIAK SELDOVIA WHITTIER YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

FEB

PORT

JAN

Kennicott Passengers

681 37 557 287 192 777 35 436 30 3,032

114 2 403 126 80 200 28 295 24 1,272

-

-

-

2,630 113 2,917 1,309 830 2,856 291 2,376 134 13,456

427 21 705 312 188 672 21 657 29 3,032

335 16 177 80 63 394 25 156 26 1,272

-

-

-

2,358 129 2,467 1,522 874 3,302 242 2,339 223 13,456

TOTAL

BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KODIAK SELDOVIA WHITTIER YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

-

-

107 1 126 82 46 183 34 133 15 727

48 10 102 142 47 199 26 193 19 786

JUL

JUN

DEC

157 3 142 143 14 111 21 187 8 786

NOV

140 5 157 62 25 134 38 157 9 727

OCT

-

SEP

-

EMBARKING VEHICLES 146 147 146 7 16 14 230 289 230 66 96 90 41 53 34 191 259 199 30 47 23 149 171 188 17 10 15 877 1,088 939 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 135 221 150 14 11 18 175 184 186 72 92 77 63 43 42 235 321 303 45 33 20 115 164 130 23 19 13 877 1,088 939

AUG

BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KODIAK SELDOVIA WHITTIER YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

MAY

APR

MAR

FEB

PORT

JAN

Kennicott Vehicles

194 13 223 104 43 284 27 200 23 1,111

49 3 176 61 35 125 16 143 20 628

-

-

-

979 61 1,447 622 245 1,303 202 1,195 102 6,156

174 7 262 87 47 280 17 208 29 1,111

148 6 103 35 31 182 16 87 20 628

-

-

-

983 67 1,138 587 319 1,703 191 1,030 138 6,156

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

399 150 888 355 2,009 17 529 123 4,470

JUL

JUN

MAY

DEC

250 160 679 319 1,526 18 375 63 3,390

NOV

ANGOON 274 GUSTAVUS 197 HAINES 688 HOONAH 275 JUNEAU 1,682 PELICAN 13 SKAGWAY 299 TENAKEE LeConte Vehicles 63 GRAND TOTAL 3,491

OCT

353 152 933 272 2,127 10 514 109 4,470

SEP

294 159 654 285 1,524 17 408 49 3,390

APR

MAR

259 215 771 328 1,523 9 301 85 3,491

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 275 224 121 87 311 278 475 708 714 1,112 716 380 342 314 534 1,693 2,223 2,170 1,705 9 36 87 90 502 586 519 74 87 80 145 3,958 4,888 4,482 3,269 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 289 295 173 67 381 432 617 798 663 1,192 783 420 367 488 660 1,601 1,846 1,741 1,508 27 62 101 108 497 577 473 80 117 106 128 3,958 4,888 4,482 3,269

AUG

ANGOON GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU PELICAN SKAGWAY TENAKEE GRAND TOTAL

LeConte Passengers FEB

PORT

JAN

LeConte Passengers

63 782 521 1,731 67 194 3,358

185 419 316 844 77 163 2,004

218 88 580 111 888 264 33 2,182

-

-

2,079 3,587 5,480 3,403 16,428 402 3,094 1,019 35,492

91 772 582 1,595 80 238 3,358

160 277 367 1,032 73 95 2,004

278 75 414 174 1,004 216 21 2,182

-

-

2,276 3,859 5,307 4,007 15,544 499 2,966 1,034 35,492

TOTAL

42 88 212 100 452 2 84 980

45 72 215 124 427 2 120 1,005

75 80 281 164 649 2 171 1,422

JUL

JUN

MAY

DEC

ANGOON GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU PELICAN SKAGWAY GRAND TOTAL

NOV

68 85 308 160 620 2 179 1,422

OCT

46 66 204 97 477 2 113 1,005

SEP

35 89 242 98 435 2 79 980

EMBARKING VEHICLES 58 52 35 22 118 139 145 164 270 431 244 133 186 161 171 583 694 565 385 5 17 12 7 142 217 166 1,309 1,736 1,328 749 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 51 56 29 15 140 179 172 168 257 415 252 161 182 198 197 534 688 523 360 8 18 16 9 158 198 138 1,309 1,736 1,328 749

AUG

ANGOON GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU PELICAN SKAGWAY GRAND TOTAL

APR

MAR

FEB

PORT

JAN

LeConte Vehicles

15 177 168 359 14 733

65 133 161 311 14 684

61 40 191 52 307 80 731

-

-

457 1,156 1,890 1,387 4,736 75 976 10,677

17 167 177 365 7 733

55 117 153 343 16 684

70 41 149 70 300 101 731

-

-

455 1,224 1,781 1,526 4,641 80 970 10,677

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

48


Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

KETCHIKAN ANNETTE BAY GRAND TOTAL

620 551 1,171

1,102 1,196 2,298

1,391 1,537 2,928

1,105 1,186 2,291

JUL

1,631 1,720 3,351

1,303 1,240 2,543

2,007 1,950 3,957

1,488 1,413 2,901

1,575 1,462 3,037

16,169 15,214 31,383

1,720 1,631 3,351

1,240 1,303 2,543

1,950 2,007 3,957

1,413 1,488 2,901

1,462 1,575 3,037

15,214 16,169 31,383

TOTAL

196 198 394

392 392 784

489 508 997

420 435 855

JUL

DEC

KETCHIKAN ANNETTE BAY GRAND TOTAL

NOV

435 420 855

OCT

508 489 997

SEP

392 392 784

EMBARKING VEHICLES 424 423 405 416 409 377 840 832 782 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 416 409 377 424 423 405 840 832 782

AUG

198 196 394

JUN

APR

MAR

FEB

JAN

KETCHIKAN ANNETTE BAY GRAND TOTAL

MAY

Lituya Vehicles

Lituya Vehicles

PORT

DEC

1,186 1,105 2,291

NOV

1,537 1,391 2,928

OCT

1,196 1,102 2,298

SEP

551 620 1,171

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 1,255 1,219 1,221 1,222 1,032 957 2,477 2,251 2,178 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 1,222 1,032 957 1,255 1,219 1,221 2,477 2,251 2,178

AUG

KETCHIKAN ANNETTE BAY GRAND TOTAL

JUN

APR

MAR

FEB

JAN

PORT

MAY

Lituya Passengers

Lituya Passengers

533 546 1,079

434 429 863

552 544 1,096

498 477 975

505 518 1,023

5,307 5,213 10,520

546 533 1,079

429 434 863

544 552 1,096

477 498 975

518 505 1,023

5,213 5,307 10,520

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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Malaspina Passengers

-

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

474 518 779 357 207 118 136 109 2,698

512 422 712 302 73 155 101 141 2,418

134 102 169 15 6 426

-

2,398 2,318 1,989 6,705

913 562 770 780 81 81 262 154 3,773

657 417 528 582 60 60 139 241 2,857

608 483 791 500 80 80 227 297 3,215

4,956 17,003 17,600 3,432 1,409 612 11,222 1,248 57,482

4,163 4,818 3,598 12,579

1,816 2,877 2,012 6,705

1,014 672 797 397 218 168 346 161 3,773

587 541 685 368 251 114 137 174 2,857

841 566 678 323 199 240 194 174 3,215

4,200 15,741 18,735 2,899 1,280 1,148 12,521 958 57,482

AUG 5,060 4,371 3,148 12,579

JUL

JUN

DEC

154 158 52 39 10 13 426

NOV

561 439 423 480 132 171 86 126 2,418

OCT

824 466 437 339 211 28 174 219 2,698

SEP

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 660 579 458 1,860 4,702 627 2,087 5,196 583 129 248 95 59 133 240 1,485 3,472 102 96 2,977 6,464 13,370 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 431 207 538 1,796 4,709 787 1,920 4,580 337 646 198 119 165 188 407 1,509 4,081 114 79 2,977 6,464 13,370

TOTAL

75 22 92 5 3 197

-

DEC

243 193 236 139 25 90 40 55 1,021

NOV

266 227 261 157 63 67 46 54 1,141

OCT

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

EMBARKING VEHICLES 232 170 207 677 1,538 223 601 1,288 184 48 53 38 20 55 101 477 986 30 33 1,050 2,099 3,812 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 162 88 241 651 1,484 252 564 1,118 109 229 46 30 77 55 123 456 1,210 40 26 1,050 2,099 3,812

SEP

-

AUG

81 48 36 23 5 4 197

JUL

MAR

320 199 185 151 43 55 41 27 1,021

JUN

FEB

439 211 213 108 47 19 49 55 1,141

APR

JAN

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

MAY

Malaspina Vehicles

Malaspina Vehicles

PORT

MAY

APR

MAR

FEB

PORT

JAN

Malaspina Passengers

1,688 1,269 857 3,814

952 744 496 2,192

455 286 306 287 90 45 92 50 1,611

352 207 255 185 74 26 78 68 1,245

325 217 326 193 65 46 83 61 1,316

2,374 6,230 5,446 1,179 415 266 3,260 328 19,498

1,399 1,171 1,244 3,814

677 843 672 2,192

476 276 328 182 70 71 136 72 1,611

348 233 256 165 49 73 64 57 1,245

425 223 261 141 59 88 58 61 1,316

2,083 5,604 5,312 1,214 347 521 4,049 368 19,498

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Matanuska Passengers

-

-

436 504 692 65 269 136 288 205 128 2,723

JUL

JUN

MAY

DEC

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

NOV

530 442 748 3 525 162 61 155 97 2,723

OCT

-

SEP

-

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 707 384 420 356 459 628 771 933 1,745 1,309 64 134 1 823 587 1,020 853 207 311 426 350 662 1,333 1,343 221 180 151 147 190 122 470 476 206 149 399 479 3,545 3,748 6,137 5,586 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 371 92 491 593 477 592 850 1,061 1,743 1,380 60 196 780 802 1,204 903 304 377 497 460 227 955 1,275 249 194 131 110 349 105 388 433 151 237 546 433 3,545 3,748 6,137 5,586

AUG

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

APR

MAR

FEB

PORT

JAN

Matanuska Passengers

478 1,055 814 421 749 154 429 470 4,570

241 448 219 297 158 46 102 80 1,591

-

-

-

1,621 3,024 7,009 202 4,841 2,174 4,245 960 1,944 1,880 27,900

247 1,137 912 362 1,243 100 173 396 4,570

82 444 252 211 370 116 41 75 1,591

-

-

-

899 2,986 7,307 321 5,122 2,347 4,070 1,188 1,694 1,966 27,900

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Matanuska Vehicles

-

-

223 228 278 10 134 52 106 75 59 1,165

JUL

JUN

MAY

DEC

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

NOV

278 213 292 197 55 30 58 42 1,165

OCT

-

SEP

-

EMBARKING VEHICLES 360 154 208 177 205 262 267 338 478 330 24 40 127 212 289 232 59 90 141 103 323 495 401 68 87 53 38 63 49 151 125 55 66 130 127 1,207 1,520 1,982 1,618 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 202 41 217 255 211 225 290 408 479 347 14 40 192 358 432 280 47 119 154 123 106 354 436 78 97 51 26 120 33 119 76 61 89 142 105 1,207 1,520 1,982 1,618

AUG

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

APR

MAR

FEB

PORT

JAN

Matanuska Vehicles

185 300 254 91 258 44 72 107 1,311

88 133 97 31 60 18 29 23 479

-

-

-

792 1,338 2,138 64 1,408 570 1,537 338 547 550 9,282

108 271 246 92 448 29 45 72 1,311

39 98 76 37 165 28 9 27 479

-

-

-

466 1,283 2,171 64 1,718 624 1,509 415 477 555 9,282

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

52


Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Taku Passengers

221 153 915 205 501 344 81 338 344 3,102

260 143 919 122 406 227 85 369 183 2,714

281 182 1,452 216 714 414 135 446 273 4,113

JUL

JUN

MAY

DEC

HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

NOV

182 203 1,641 300 471 314 205 503 294 4,113

OCT

226 238 991 97 268 223 86 395 190 2,714

SEP

300 144 1,030 225 425 313 114 320 231 3,102

EMBARKING PASSENGERS 326 175 123 1,152 450 721 216 34 249 416 221 921 294 193 356 436 306 606 475 97 192 279 90 428 3,717 1,566 3,473 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 455 100 211 934 427 772 252 33 264 709 397 670 258 187 273 132 82 737 414 213 310 352 127 447 3,717 1,566 3,473

AUG

HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

APR

MAR

FEB

PORT

JAN

Taku Passengers

622 192 816 283 543 306 379 3,141

140 731 139 646 334 225 309 80 205 2,809

465 145 1,333 200 574 387 213 650 46 251 4,264

235 73 1,060 178 331 288 109 357 147 248 3,026

84 8 855 152 414 280 121 382 89 315 2,700

2,133 934 10,586 1,982 5,503 3,265 2,964 3,986 362 2,910 34,625

705 178 635 255 765 372 231 3,141

122 618 187 486 269 606 170 95 256 2,809

356 161 1,436 153 667 445 377 401 268 4,264

302 79 843 184 463 257 161 334 127 276 3,026

250 92 619 252 387 231 113 186 144 426 2,700

2,347 1,021 9,640 2,046 6,035 3,160 3,274 3,553 366 3,183 34,625

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

53


Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

82 44 326 19 107 90 42 95 83 888

93 35 273 21 122 64 43 100 54 805

118 64 384 44 203 112 60 152 76 1,213

239 74 388 67 203 121 66 165 133 1,456

JUL

DEC

94 44 460 59 199 105 246 159 90 1,456

NOV

69 56 461 47 143 97 107 143 90 1,213

OCT

79 65 277 12 88 53 53 118 60 805

SEP

97 34 279 20 127 87 54 125 65 888

EMBARKING VEHICLES 89 157 178 11 40 90 264 56 108 168 220 48 69 40 97 659 976 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 61 197 192 8 37 173 218 68 86 35 255 72 78 45 110 659 976

AUG

HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

JUN

APR

MAR

FEB

JAN

PORT

MAY

Taku Vehicles

Taku Vehicles

172 39 241 98 160 86 78 874

58 288 31 244 102 109 140 16 70 1,058

182 49 457 50 243 100 113 174 14 85 1,467

62 35 398 39 138 89 61 161 48 77 1,108

21 3 290 33 105 69 52 120 23 67 783

751 286 3,417 381 1,882 964 1,343 1,343 101 819 11,287

141 37 157 71 282 112 74 874

52 240 56 154 81 287 77 32 79 1,058

152 45 465 41 193 147 194 146 84 1,467

99 45 323 48 143 98 88 148 40 76 1,108

71 25 215 47 93 76 37 102 36 81 783

967 332 3,144 425 1,766 1,014 1,389 1,247 108 895 11,287

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

278 51 347 50 58 76 53 913

552 571 79 144 149 1,495

206 196 20 55 89 566

JUL

JUN

DEC

AKUTAN CHIGNIK COLD BAY DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER JUNEAU KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

NOV

234 192 26 38 76 566

OCT

545 612 77 131 130 1,495

SEP

339 22 315 47 64 77 49 913

EMBARKING VEHICLES 26 36 48 69 27 14 81 29 18 32 128 113 111 10 2 9 391 1,205 1,024 1,402 20 93 39 97 309 801 644 1,082 13 21 9 41 29 27 37 74 273 53 60 19 61 72 102 214 345 919 2,537 2,263 3,591 DISEMBARKING PASSENGERS 49 43 59 42 97 22 44 9 29 24 61 37 92 118 174 7 7 8 2 314 917 815 1,289 48 103 43 68 270 881 742 1,210 21 23 15 35 23 58 47 85 272 15 83 15 60 96 217 292 329 919 2,537 2,263 3,591

AUG

AKUTAN CHIGNIK COLD BAY DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER JUNEAU KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

MAY

MAR

FEB

JAN

PORT

APR

Tustumena Passengers

Tustumena Passengers

21 64 18 93 4 1,258 104 1,038 8 42 71 68 192 2,981

74 73 46 93 1 1,069 137 871 19 86 104 284 2,857

1,067 869 81 127 210 2,354

870 861 105 197 287 2,320

805 786 90 163 187 2,031

274 259 143 538 26 10,209 22 490 8,380 21 587 1,288 365 2,176 49 24,827

25 7 35 122 8 1,305 76 1,019 8 45 54 58 219 2,981

58 21 53 122 15 1,162 125 829 29 83 109 251 2,857

998 929 69 132 226 2,354

1,018 727 99 176 300 2,320

796 743 95 160 237 2,031

234 233 211 665 47 9,650 51 463 8,464 29 582 1,324 340 2,481 53 24,827

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

CHIGNIK COLD BAY DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER JUNEAU KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

129 110 191 4 28 46 45 553

272 216 17 48 64 617

113 96 7 22 39 277

12 8 3 125 11 92 3 23 7 56 340

JUL

JUN

DEC

1 163 4 95 5 17 4 1 340

NOV

109 105 6 24 33 277

OCT

247 245 15 40 70 617

SEP

203 19 138 7 40 41 105 553

EMBARKING VEHICLES 5 1 5 22 11 12 23 12 6 6 1 448 425 447 31 6 14 244 269 300 6 6 11 6 25 32 53 15 12 12 68 106 146 893 891 1,002 DISEMBARKING VEHICLES 20 3 11 13 10 15 14 12 6 7 5 328 354 423 34 11 20 276 279 333 15 9 9 5 26 38 57 27 18 15 139 137 117 893 891 1,002

AUG

CHIGNIK COLD BAY DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER JUNEAU KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

MAY

APR

MAR

Tustumena Vehicles FEB

PORT

JAN

TUSTUMENA VEHICLES

19 10 16 3 432 20 317 2 9 39 12 111 990

7 28 7 3 390 27 278 1 43 39 119 942

529 359 15 60 114 1,077

408 356 17 96 92 969

364 336 22 65 95 882

37 83 64 14 4,165 19 102 3,042 8 120 534 94 1,046 105 9,433

1 21 16 2 451 19 313 5 12 34 16 100 990

6 22 11 5 403 38 285 4 45 18 105 942

441 415 17 77 127 1,077

422 352 25 86 84 969

378 306 27 64 107 882

53 89 62 19 3,839 110 133 3,154 20 139 548 101 1,121 45 9,433

Please see page 37 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

TOTAL

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Port to Port Traffic (On / Off) Alaska Marine Highway System, Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

These tables summarize inter-port passenger and vehicle traffic. They provide origin-destination information for analyzing through-traffic movements on the vessels. Information is provided for the total system for the year by geographic area (Southeast, Southwest, and CrossGulf) and by vessel. The report also includes summary tables for the summer season. These On / Off tables do not reflect the origindestination of passengers and vehicles that transferred to another vessel. They show where the traffic boarded the vessel and then traveled to, by port, for that particular vessel. 57


Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014 SE ON/OFF

Southeast On/Off: Calendar Year

YAKUTAT

-

-

5

-

-

-

92

-

-

-

GRAND TOTAL 4,345 16,169 10,802 4,413 32,924 5,905 71,626 2,374 32,101 555 ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

VEHICLES 5,213 1,591 7 364 9 16 273 862 55 54 70 299 9 1,323 62 311 53 8 726 -

3 90 -

958 5,307 4,788 1,509 11,966 2,270 20,938 492 10,813

93

109 744 1,490 1,388 301 1,132 1,477 7,183 128 176 1 1,753 750 977 1,331 7,068 1,805 1 4 235 5,307 1,552 284 5 859 2 1 89 170 83 4 963 258 3 753 80 258 58 38 2,662 211 2,673 2,761 137 50 349 6 67

-

-

-

-

-

-

8,002 7,344 13,540 22,110 1,367 6,803

-

TOTAL

TENAKEE

13 146 15 -

SKAGWAY

349 220 548 14 1,233 479 225 580 450 8,883 203 8 3 94 12 2 3,186 1,885 10,541 10,906 1,135 1,306 244 15 265 24 1,546 3,193 538 272 2,893 330 363 82 1,056 336 244 612 355 614 305 20 423 75 641 478 62 1,220 392 204 102 -

SITKA

YAKUTAT

PRINCE RUPERT

WRANGELL

PASSENGERS ANGOON 294 3,119 ANNETTE BAY - 15,214 BELLINGHAM 3,095 2,883 4,009 GUSTAVUS 700 3,379 86 HAINES 2,916 - 22,113 13 751 HOONAH 206 359 11 4,615 15 43 JUNEAU 3,489 2,017 3,978 21,518 4,796 1,496 3,086 469 KAKE 4 4 1,349 303 KETCHIKAN - 16,169 3,648 634 8 3,906 332 PELICAN 76 385 PETERSBURG 426 246 1 3,879 190 1,388 PRINCE RUPERT 507 3 1,789 14 3,349 SITKA 427 604 122 98 9,628 281 929 SKAGWAY 793 6,573 - 11,819 6 285 TENAKEE 223 1 1,131 WRANGELL 393 214 1,539 27 2,744 -

PETERSBURG

PELICAN

KETCHIKAN

KAKE

HOONAH

HAINES

GUSTAVUS

BELLINGHAM

ANNETTE BAY

ANGOON

OFF

ON

JUNEAU

(January 1 - December 31)

CALENDAR

3,982 15,214 12,274 4,165 36,134 5,368 69,954 2,208 33,154 461 7,961 7,209 13,451 20,732 1,355 6,835 97

174

240,554

66 8 387 301 229 3,643 2 28 726 3,039 2,730 8 69 1,266 198 48 177 139 24 115 112 119 5 148 219 151 83 13 -

-

150 43 1 344 5 854 328 149 130 5 -

15 73 -

919 5,213 5,204 1,436 13,321 2,115 20,958 452 10,749 92 2,257 2,880 3,897 6,088 1,876 73

2,246 2,898 4,193 6,962

-

2,009

88

77,530

175 74 1 890 75 322 158 174 18 359 -

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Southeast On/Off: Summer

SE ON/OFF

ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT

29 264 80 -

2,219 -

GRAND TOTAL

373

2,219 2,497

772 497 813 77 135 140 57 6

272 624 670 4,263 754 93 458 62 518 541 1,902 1,867 172 52

VEHICLES 2,177 705 3 253 118 471 28 9 27 162 5 1,037 26 194 37 4 367 -

64 737 2 -

683 4,196 149 60 203 2,318 32 -

8 86 813 -

803

7,641

907 12,248 192

5,431

2 64 66

TOTAL

YAKUTAT

349 317 893 133 577 254 7,603 1,817 1,673 8,026 7,992 129 14 96 788 2,528 238 211 271 199 61 249 161 611 363 239 49 641 284 578 317 113 41 -

46 11 627 -

284 120 683 5 1,514 458 289 259 25 -

11 98 5 -

1,476 6,171 7,030 2,662 23,999 2,027 44,181 813 16,566 357 4,427 5,925 9,667 16,186 670 3,674 85

4,423 6,260 9,720 17,412 684

3,637

114

145,916

SITKA

WRANGELL

PRINCE RUPERT

TENAKEE

1,706 6,629 6,364 2,896 21,273 2,465 44,904 918 16,087 424

PETERSBURG

PELICAN

72 352 -

KAKE

HOONAH

HAINES

GUSTAVUS

BELLINGHAM

ANNETTE BAY

PASSENGERS 6,171 2,239 8 503 669 1,684 79 65 85 630 9 2,602 71 548 6 248 5 1,383 -

SKAGWAY

GRAND TOTAL

37 1,044 1,492 1,794 171 2,419 1,539 - 13,262 28 93 1,895 1,201 1,265 2,727 13,110 2,257 490 6,629 2,165 300 2,123 76 281 227 155 2,341 413 1,591 427 396 7,364 551 5,720 8,662 50 620 216 83 938 5 80

KETCHIKAN

ANGOON ANNETTE BAY BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PELICAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY TENAKEE WRANGELL YAKUTAT

ANGOON

OFF

ON

JUNEAU

(May 1 - September 30)

SUMMER

66 246 126 3,128 2,111 1,858 22 81 28 65 18 70 112 132 39 8 -

-

66 29 156 1 391 156 116 83 2 -

13 52 -

346 2,177 2,415 758 8,927 847 12,344 185 5,312 64 1,219 2,194 2,608 4,654 980 58

1,168 2,368 2,712 5,398

-

1,000

65

45,088

78 53 438 35 165 110 98 10 181 -

300 569 6 999 136 90 148 120 -

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Southwest On/Off: Calendar Year

AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER

10 193 3 3 6 3 16 -

2 144

9 129 93 2 -

2 4 17 164 8 16 4 1,721 - 10,439

232 6 23 267 13 99 14 11 -

11 14 6 3 13 -

PASSENGERS 3 10 3 4 149 97 8 97 5 242 15 66 100 9,335 84 4 8,643 2 6 15 56 526 335 948 49 239 16 2,393 60 21 475

GRAND TOTAL

234

146

233

211 12,164 665

47

11,993 463 11,550 29

AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER

-

69

34 19 -

3 37 46 1 2 -

605 4,518

2 14 39 2 5 -

6 8 2 1 2 -

2 27 24 44 25 3,361 1 20 160 31 1,235 4

VEHICLES 10 46 1 3 10 53 3,851 2 3 7 100 369 28 31 13 390

GRAND TOTAL

-

69

53

89

5,123

62

19

4,934 133 4,784

2 27 -

63 515 4 -

394 926 4 -

TOTAL

WHITTIER

VALDEZ

TATITLEK

SELDOVIA

SAND POINT

PORT LIONS

OUZINKIE

OLD HARBOR

KODIAK

KING COVE

FALSE PASS

DUTCH HARBOR

CORDOVA

COLD BAY

CHIGNIK

CHENEGA BAY

AKUTAN

OFF ON

HOMER

(January 1 - December 31)

SW ON/OFF CALENDAR YR

15 3 16 16 2 57 2,668 213 20 52 1 -

1 50 -

109 1,745 10,288 15 512 1 1 54 11,017 7,662 -

274 113 259 143 12,034 538 26 13,066 490 10,903 21 587 1,288 365 2,465 58 12,788 18,741

582 1,324 340 2,723

51

9,461 21,943

74,159

1 19 -

27 108 4 -

193 355 -

4 4 41 25 27 -

1,307 5 -

26 -

59 569 4,465 3 286 1 21 3,570 2,708 -

61 37 83 5,034 64 14 5,594 102 4,190 8 120 534 94 1,248 21 4,201 7,689

20

139

548

101 1,312

26

3,298 8,384

29,094

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Southwest On/Off: Summer

TOTAL

WHITTIER

VALDEZ

TATITLEK

SELDOVIA

SAND POINT

PORT LIONS

OUZINKIE

OLD HARBOR

KODIAK

KING COVE

FALSE PASS

DUTCH HARBOR

CORDOVA

COLD BAY

CHIGNIK

CHENEGA BAY

AKUTAN

OFF ON

HOMER

(May 1 - September 30)

SW ON/OFF SUMMER

AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER

10 193 3 3 6 3 16 -

2 137

5 103 81 2 -

2 4 16 156 8 16 -

210 6 23 255 11 98 14 11 4 1,033 6,459 -

11 14 6 3 6 -

PASSENGERS 3 10 3 3 149 97 8 97 5 242 15 66 98 6,189 84 4 5,451 2 6 15 27 110 142 397 49 193 16 1,321 31 20 376

2 27 -

25 120 2 -

150 388 3 -

15 3 16 16 54 203 18 -

2 1,474 15 -

36 -

101 1,106 6,504 13 400 1 36 10,482 7,119 -

248 104 259 143 7,610 538 26 8,398 470 6,614 21 140 541 312 1,364 40 11,551 14,111

GRAND TOTAL

234

139

191

202

7,496 628

40

7,505 415 7,309

29

147

541

325

1,491

36

8,261 17,501

52,490

AKUTAN CHENEGA BAY CHIGNIK COLD BAY CORDOVA DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA TATITLEK VALDEZ WHITTIER

-

58

25 16 -

3 32 43 1 2 -

417 2,583

2 13 37 2 5 -

6 8 2 1 2 -

27 24 44 25 1,936 1 12 62 31 682 4

VEHICLES 10 46 1 3 10 47 2,270 2 2 7 21 127 24 31 11 256

1 19 -

14 22 3 -

77 123 -

4 4 36 24 26 -

726 3 -

22 -

53 398 2,685 2 186 17 3,323 2,429 -

53 37 83 3,083 64 13 3,275 98 2,340 8 33 192 90 693 17 3,762 5,330

GRAND TOTAL

-

58

41

81

3,000

59

19

2,848 122 2,746

20

39

200

94

729

22

2,844 6,249

19,171

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Cross-Gulf On/Off: Calendar Year

X GULF ON OFF

(January 1 - December 31)

WHITTIER

YAKUTAT

-

PASSENGERS 60 11 8 53 11 36 2 1 514 66 -

165 37 14 -

-

-

1,148 494 75 7 37

49 -

1,373 60 584 100 333 7 2 1,802 37

1,510

-

-

124

77

216

-

-

1,754

49

4,291

11 130 484 -

-

-

18 24 1 -

4 2 26 -

58 12 1 2

-

-

398 265 36 27

50 -

474 18 301 38 155 839 29

625

-

-

43

32

73

-

-

726

50

1,854

561

VEHICLES 3 23 279 305

TOTAL

VALDEZ

-

JUNEAU

41 295 1 1,173 -

HOMER

PRINCE RUPERT

GRAND TOTAL

KODIAK

BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY GUSTAVUS HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KODIAK PRINCE RUPERT SELDOVIA WHITTIER YAKUTAT

KETCHIKAN

GRAND TOTAL

GUSTAVUS

BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY GUSTAVUS HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KODIAK PRINCE RUPERT SELDOVIA WHITTIER YAKUTAT

CHENEGA BAY

ON

BELLINGHAM

OFF

CALENDAR

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014 X GULF ON OFF

Cross-Gulf On/Off: Summer

SUMMER

SELDOVIA

VALDEZ

WHITTIER

YAKUTAT

10 31 389 -

8 2 43 -

161 30 12 -

-

-

950 376 71 35

43 -

1,168 57 437 88 302 1 1,447 35

1,281

-

93

430

53

203

-

-

1,432

43

3,535

9 111 383 -

-

17 3 1 -

14 99 -

4 1 14 -

51 1 1 2

-

-

288 32 32 25

39 -

356 15 128 34 126 535 27

503

-

21

115

19

61

-

-

463

39

1,221

TOTAL

KODIAK

57 31 5 -

KETCHIKAN

-

JUNEAU

39 269 1 972 -

HOMER

CHENEGA BAY

ON

BELLINGHAM

OFF

(May 1 - September 30)

PASSENGERS BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KODIAK SELDOVIA VALDEZ WHITTIER YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

VEHICLES BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KODIAK SELDOVIA VALDEZ WHITTIER YAKUTAT GRAND TOTAL

2 -

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

PASSENGERS 122 897 101 463 2,921 873 654 24 59 773 279 -

7 -

14 42 -

357 686 -

1 50 -

91 242 -

112 1,612 54 9,261 6,390 -

1,151

17

1,746

554

2,480

877

6,289

7

56

1,043

51

333

6,556 10,873 32,033

76 226 -

2

58 680

28 257 -

670 90 -

VEHICLES 72 234 57 222 860 338 282 7 1 16 202 -

3 -

1 12 -

126 189 -

26 -

-

42 672 21 2,950 2,223 -

302

2

738

285

760

412

3

13

315

26

-

2,286 3,622 10,643

1,879

TATITLEK

Please see page 58 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

WHITTIER

2,211 269 -

VALDEZ

37 517 -

TENAKEE

4 190 1,552

SKAGWAY

17

JUNEAU

121 973 57 -

HOONAH

PELICAN

CHENEGA BAY

KAKE

GRAND TOTAL

HAINES

ANGOON CHENEGA BAY CORDOVA GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE PELICAN SKAGWAY TATITLEK TENAKEE VALDEZ WHITTIER

GUSTAVUS

GRAND TOTAL

CORDOVA

ANGOON CHENEGA BAY CORDOVA GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE PELICAN SKAGWAY TATITLEK TENAKEE VALDEZ WHITTIER

ANGOON

OFF ON

TOTAL

Aurora On/Off

AURORA ON/OFF

1,110 1,725 578 3,278 1,031 5,332 24 59 1,042 58 336 9,501 7,959

306 714 280 986 442 1,639 7 17 292 21 3,034 2,905

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VALDEZ

WHITTIER

CORDOVA

OFF

PASSENGERS 1,324 1,257 7,501 1,242

7,374 1,697 -

8,698 2,954 8,743

9,071

20,395

VEHICLES 460 487 3,114 465

3,119 587 -

3,579 1,074 3,579

3,601

3,706

8,232

ON CORDOVA VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL CORDOVA VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

WRANGELL

TOTAL

SKAGWAY 691 1,049 882 102 29 19

211 27 34 253 38 128 5 -

4,440 3,766 3,252 2,479 697 786 2,216 797

4,855 2,812 3,694 2,034

670

900

2,772

696

18,433

VEHICLES 370 352 415 75 41 52 73 19 56 195 17 28 55

57 10 10 27 30 3 24

91 215 101 -

194 432 202 5 8 2

51 13 17 48 16 45 1 -

1,533 1,716 1,080 766 209 241 685 179

161

407

843

191

6,409

509 339 53 26 235 16

1,881 1,178 1,133

KETCHKAN

188 512 200 -

JUNEAU

223 27 17 147 111 20 125

HAINES

PASSENGERS 1,080 1,046 1,189 1,336 1,005 134 730 949 128 1,527 107 343 207 77 282 64 343 204 514 556 834 87 198 43 184 228

680 256 581 67 110 133 54

GRAND TOTAL

925

SITKA

BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL

2,566

PETERSBURG

GRAND TOTAL

BELLINGHAM

OFF BELLINGHAM HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL

8,758

Columbia On/Off

Columbia on/off

ON

TOTAL

Chenega On/Off

Chenega on/off

615

Please see page 58 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

ANGOON CORDOVA HAINES JUNEAU PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY VALDEZ WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

WHITTIER

349 6,402 -

174 574 -

309 30

1,302 59 -

545

6,751

748

339

1,361 22,978

PASSENGERS 444 1,276 988 545 416 6,680 263 589 -

491 427 -

274 1,386

918

1,660 1,251 9,405

TOTAL

VALDEZ

PETERSBURG

JUNEAU

HAINES

SKAGWAY

GRAND TOTAL

SITKA

ANGOON CORDOVA HAINES JUNEAU PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY VALDEZ WHITTIER

Fairweather On/Off

CORDOVA

ON

ANGOON

OFF

FWX ON/OFF

793 1,611 1,450 9,000 416 7,107 852 333 1,416

121 80 -

60 724

283 110 -

VEHICLES 90 331 100 99 1,629 117 -

66 1,537 -

79 121 -

67 20

674 33 -

156 741 410 2,162 99 1,709 227 93 744

201

784

393

2,266

1,603

200

87

707

6,341

100

Please see page 58 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

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Alaska Marine Highway System Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

Kennicott On/Off

234 8 -

-

-

1,148 13 2,630 109 113 15 2,917 494 146 1,309 75 15 830 460 2,856 1 291 49 2,376 37 134

3,302

-

-

-

242

-

-

2,339 223 13,456

VEHICLES 226 4 61 2 26 -

58 1,237 12 1 3 390 2

-

-

-

189 2 -

-

-

319

1,703

-

-

-

191

-

-

-

-

2,358 129

-

-

-

2,467 1,522 874

11 206 146 130 484 6

67 -

-

-

-

983

67

-

-

-

18 2 5 1 909 199 4 -

264 3 61 18 174 67

1,138 587

-

-

Please see page 58 for an interpretation of the information on this page.

398 59 3 265 36 242 27

15 73 50 -

TOTAL

VALDEZ

-

-

YAKUTAT

SITKA

-

41 2 429 414 295 1 1,173 127 5 -

PASSENGERS 60 619 625 4 11 8 31 172 11 301 2,057 34 2 283 1 21 465 66 92 -

WHITTIER

SELDOVIA

-

KING COVE

165 2,606 37 14 5 475 -

KETCHIKAN

JUNEAU

HOMER

GUSTAVUS

DUTCH HARBOR

COLD BAY

SAND POINT

GRAND TOTAL

PRINCE RUPERT

BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY COLD BAY DUTCH HARBOR GUSTAVUS HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR PRINCE RUPERT SAND POINT SELDOVIA SITKA VALDEZ WHITTIER YAKUTAT

OLD HARBOR

GRAND TOTAL

KODIAK

BELLINGHAM CHENEGA BAY COLD BAY DUTCH HARBOR GUSTAVUS HOMER JUNEAU KETCHIKAN KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR PRINCE RUPERT SAND POINT SELDOVIA SITKA VALDEZ WHITTIER YAKUTAT

CHENEGA BAY

ON

BELLINGHAM

OFF

KEN ON/OFF

979 61 1,447 622 245 1,303 202 1,195 102

1,030 138 6,156

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GRAND TOTAL ANGOON GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU PELICAN SKAGWAY TENAKEE GRAND TOTAL

PELICAN

SKAGWAY

TENAKEE

72 427 -

932 2,034 -

129 12 893 -

2,276 3,859 5,307 4,007 15,544 499

TOTAL

JUNEAU

PASSENGERS 172 599 85 322 2,025 3,461 4,353 3,235 76 954 166 1

ANGOON GUSTAVUS HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU PELICAN SKAGWAY TENAKEE

1,778 2,916 4,548 2,984 326 2,140 852

HOONAH

HAINES

LeConte On/Off

GUSTAVUS

ON

ANGOON

OFF

LEC ON/OFF

2,079 3,587 5,480 3,403 16,428 402 3,094 1,019

2,966 1,034 35,492

52 403 -

VEHICLES 37 420 244 910 1,479 148 1,187 1,074 1,377 1,245 2 73 404 572 -

2 78 -

411 559 -

-

457 1,156 1,890 1,387 4,736 75 976 -

455

1,224 1,781 1,526 4,641

80

970

-

10,677

Lituya On/Off

ANNETTE BAY KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA GRAND TOTAL ANNETTE BAY KETCHIKAN METLAKATLA GRAND TOTAL

TOTAL

METLAKATLA

KETCHIKAN

ON

ANNETTE BAY

OFF

LIT ON/OFF

PASSENGERS 15,214 16,169 -

-

15,214 16,169 -

16,169

15,214

-

31,383

VEHICLES 5,213 5,307 -

-

5,213 5,307 -

5,307

-

10,520

5,213

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Malaspina On/Off

243 36 211 414 66 16 294

1 149 731 14 1 243 9

408 5,992 5,966 67 26 62

4,200

-

15,741 18,735 2,899 1,280 1,148 12,521 958 57,482

651 421 685 81 114 69 62

-

VEHICLES 766 562 2,893 3,050 78 134 16 242 1 37 1,681 1,387 12 57

2,083

-

5,604 5,312 1,214

731 134 115 35 77 13 109

TOTAL

PASSENGERS 1,573 926 1,597 9,245 258 9,602 279 177 825 66 921 127 6 134 171 4,203 6,456 86 114 228 381

WRANGELL

-

JUNEAU

1,299 708 1,428 187 207 211 160

HAINES

SKAGWAY

GRAND TOTAL

SITKA

BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL

PETERSBURG

GRAND TOTAL

KETCHIKAN

BELLINGHAM GUSTAVUS HAINES JUNEAU KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL

GUSTAVUS

ON

BELLINGHAM

OFF

MAL ON/OFF

208 4,956 24 17,003 103 17,600 507 3,432 81 1,409 28 612 7 11,222 1,248

87 11 79 64 21 6 79

90 313 11 104 3

156 2,442 1,425 13 7 6

72 9 43 194 34 16 -

347

521

4,049

368 19,498

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2,374 6,230 5,446 1,179 415 266 3,260 328

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Matanuska On/Off

SKAGWAY

WRANGELL

-

PASSENGERS 292 598 1,576 8 181 201 1,130 138 12 1,367 75 1,193 22 392 1,177 1 1,686 218 8 323 789 5 84 557 1 716

82 72 979 32 519 166 132 26 339

546 1,102 2 1,348 158 126 615 173

13 72 806 17 166 43 25 35 11

134 201 622 88 21 604 6 18

60 87 494 1 781 246 190 91 16 -

899

2,986

-

7,307

321

282 99 243 14 80 676 91 17 216

31 27 241 14 97 70 36 7 101

284 369 1 515 79 51 142 68

8 40 278 3 32 17 13 14 10

37 98 188 28 7 111 4 4

27 11 96 239 84 75 22 1 -

792 1,338 2,138 64 1,408 570 1,537 338 547 550

1,718

624

1,509

415

477

555

9,282

146 94 140 22 34 9 21

215 591 93 28 194 2 146 14

-

192 630 32 252 246 397 96 211 115

VEHICLES 3 38 12 7 1 2 1

466

1,283

-

2,171

64

TOTAL

SITKA

442 1,525 218 67 396 2 306 30

KAKE

281 150 279 32 54 68 35

JUNEAU

PRINCE RUPERT

GRAND TOTAL

PETERSBURG

BELLINGHAM HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL

KETCHIKAN

GRAND TOTAL

HOONAH

BELLINGHAM HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL

HAINES

ON

BELLINGHAM

OFF

MAT ON/OFF

1,621 3,024 7,009 202 4,841 2,174 4,245 960 1,944 1,880

5,122 2,347 4,070 1,188 1,694 1,966 27,900

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Taku On/Off

HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL HAINES HOONAH JUNEAU KAKE KETCHIKAN PETERSBURG PRINCE RUPERT SITKA SKAGWAY WRANGELL GRAND TOTAL

TOTAL

WRANGELL

SKAGWAY

SITKA

PRINCE RUPERT

PETERSBURG

KETCHIKAN

KAKE

JUNEAU

HOONAH

ON

HAINES

OFF

TAK ON/OFF

PASSENGERS 1,542 5 178 90 34 41 758 15 43 8 3 94 1,288 1,377 1,434 783 2,090 1,187 291 212 13 248 1,070 257 466 1,845 358 1,067 168 805 172 319 612 13 1,663 170 219 2,596 273 231 305 179 238 1 28 13 26 570 26 1,419 462 219 184

178 142 15 6 8 14 3

65 2,133 2 934 675 10,586 23 1,982 1,352 5,503 691 3,265 165 2,964 176 3,986 34 362 2,910

2,347 1,021 9,640 2,046 6,035 3,160 3,274 3,553

366

3,183 34,625

VEHICLES 4 56 9 16 232 402 41 42 63 165 8 647 60 87 6 7 346

55 46 2 2 1 1 1

10 1 188 5 373 194 74 47 3 -

751 286 3,417 381 1,882 964 1,343 1,343 101 819

108

895

11,287

11 1,890 4 132 36 111 114 22 27

907 4 8 1 3 98 -

1 758 1 60 13 64 55 7 8

278 4 5 4 3 38 -

575 228 196 360 303 356 900 77 149

967

332

3,144

425

26 1 460 61 134 88 87 2 155

17 2 357 7 751 98 68 6 83

8 28 696 66 155 122 102 70

1,766 1,014 1,389 1,247

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Tustumena On/Off

10 193 3 3 6 3 -

9 129 93 -

2 4 17 164 8 -

232 6 23 267 13 99 -

11 14 6 3 -

SAND POINT

16

2

16

14

13

49

-

-

-

-

11 -

-

2,110 -

49

234

233

211

665

47

9,650

51

-

34 19 -

3 37 46 1 2 -

2 14 39 2 5 -

6 8 2 1 2 -

27 24 44 19 25 2,452 1 20 160 31 1,036 -

-

53

89

62

19

3,839

GRAND TOTAL AKUTAN CHIGNIK COLD BAY DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER JUNEAU KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SAND POINT SELDOVIA WHITTIER GRAND TOTAL

239 -

TOTAL

WHITTIER

SELDOVIA

SAND POINT

PORT LIONS 394 926 4 -

15 3 16 16 57 213 20 -

2 2,434 44 1 -

52 1

16

-

-

-

-

-

-

365

55 -

-

-

-

-

-

-

2,176 49

463

8,464

29

582

1,324

340

2,481

53

24,827

VEHICLES 46 3 53 5 3 28 105 -

10 1 10 2,614 2 7 100 369 31 10 -

1 19 -

27 108 4 -

193 355 -

4 4 41 25 27 -

1,118 3 -

44 1 -

37 83 64 14 4,165 19 102 3,042 8 120 534 94 1,046 105

3,154

20

139

548

101

1,121

45

9,433

133

-

OUZINKIE

2 27 -

63 515 4

110

3 97 5 66 6,729 4 15 526 948

OLD HARBOR

KODIAK

KNG COVE

PASSENGERS 10 97 15 100 2 2 -

AKUTAN CHIGNIK COLD BAY DUTCH HARBOR FALSE PASS HOMER JUNEAU KING COVE KODIAK OLD HARBOR OUZINKIE PORT LIONS SELDOVIA WHITTIER

3 149 8 242 22 84 6,586 6 56 335

JUNEAU

HOMER

FALSE PASS

DUTCH HARBOR

COLD BAY

CHIGNIK

ON

AKUTAN

OFF

TUS on/off

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274 259 143 538 26 10,209 22 490 8,380 21 587 1,288

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Link Volume Summary Alaska Marine Highway System, Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014 The link volume summary reports are used to establish a measure of capacity utilized, relative to the capacity provided. The reports show the traffic and capacity on each “link” of the system. A “link” is defined as a departure from one port and an arrival at the next. A complete trip usually consists of several links. For example, a passenger going from Juneau to Skagway in one trip would typically travel on two links “Juneau to Haines” and “Haines to Skagway.” This passenger would be counted as one on each of these links. Consequently, the link volume count includes both the through-traffic and the traffic embarking from the first port in the link pair. The link volume for each pair of ports is directional, with the port of origin appearing first. The link volume for “Bellingham-Ketchikan” indicates the total traffic northbound between Bellingham and Ketchikan with no intermediate stops. Cross-gulf links are listed in a separate table named “Cross-Gulf Link Volume.” Link volume data is provided by geographic area and by vessel. Reported information includes a passenger and vehicle count, total passenger and total vehicle miles for each link, the capacity ratios for both passengers and vehicles, the number of trips, trip length, and total miles of each link. Furthermore, monthly Link Volume Tables are provided by region. In these tables, only total counts for passengers, vehicles, and trips by month are provided. The link volume data is useful because of the finite capacity of the vessels and the variation in size from vessel to vessel. One hundred and twenty-five passengers on the MV Aurora traveling from Petersburg to Kake would have the same passenger link volume capacity ratio, 50%, as 225 passengers traveling on the MV Taku. High link volume ratios indicate that additional service may be warranted. The link length in the table is given in nautical miles. Statute miles for each link are shown on the diagrammatic maps located on pages 106 and 107. The “vessel miles” are the total number of nautical miles traveled over each link during the year, and are determined by multiplying the number of trips by the link length. Passenger Capacity As the Vessel Information Table on page 5 shows, each vessel not only has functional booking limits, but also has a maximum capacity as authorized by the U.S. Coast Guard. Furthermore, both categories can be different for the summer and winter seasons. For example, AMHS occasionally increases the capacity on “full” sailings to accommodate additional passengers, but it never goes beyond the U.S.C.G. limit. Following the example set in 1996, the functional booking limit for each sailing is used to calculate capacity ratios for the 2014 report. Prior to 1996, reports used a number closer to the U.S.C.G. limit. This change results in a higher capacity ratio on most links, but more accurately reflects the percentage of usable passenger space. Vehicle Capacity This report continues to use linear feet to measure vehicle capacity. Vehicle capacity ratios are calculated by dividing the total linear feet sold on the car deck by the vehicle capacity in linear feet. The capacities used in the 1994 and 1995 reports were based on an analysis of fiscal year 1994 sailings. For the 1996 and subsequent reports, the vehicle capacity used has been changed to reflect the amount of space used for booking purposes. The actual amount of “sellable” space on the car deck depends on the amount of open space between vehicles, needed for maneuvering vehicles on the car deck, and for pathways for people entering or exiting their vehicles. The mix of vehicles can affect this non-sellable space, as well as the number of vans being carried. When comparing multi-year data, it is important to note the differences in vehicle capacity ratio calculations or the results will indicate an artificial change. The number of vehicles per link and the number of trips per link can be used to evaluate whether increases or decreases in link volume capacity ratios are significant or just reflect a change in the methodology. 73


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Southeast Alaska Link Volume LINK ANGOON-HOONAH ANGOON-JUNEAU ANGOON-TENAKEE BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY HOONAH-ANGOON HOONAH-JUNEAU HOONAH-KAKE HOONAH-SITKA HOONAH-TENAKEE JUNEAU-ANGOON JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-HOONAH JUNEAU-KAKE JUNEAU-KETCHIKAN JUNEAU-PELICAN JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA JUNEAU-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-TENAKEE JUNEAU-YAKUTAT KAKE-HOONAH KAKE-JUNEAU KAKE-PETERSBURG KAKE-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-JUNEAU KETCHIKAN-PRINCE RUPERT KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PELICAN-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-KAKE PETERSBURG-SITKA PETERSBURG-WRANGELL PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN SITKA-HOONAH SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-KAKE SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES SKAGWAY-JUNEAU TENAKEE-ANGOON TENAKEE-HOONAH TENAKEE-JUNEAU WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG YAKUTAT-JUNEAU SITKA-ANGOON JUNEAU-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-JUNEAU GUSTAVUS-PELICAN PELICAN-GUSTAVUS ANGOON-KAKE HOONAH-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-HOONAH KETCHIKAN-ANNETTE BAY ANNETTE BAY-KETCHIKAN ANGOON-SITKA PELICAN-HOONAH TOTAL

COUNT 546 2,597 1,396 13,639 40,777 21,764 1,010 7,722 120 3,095 1,221 2,511 39,112 9,817 2,587 2,193 156 4,987 18,582 267 1,257 2,209 56 3,065 5,286 3,253 12,017 2,421 7,343 21,306 104 16,080 5,269 646 19,754 7,204 2,520 8,690 3,803 10,621 20,168 533 1,556 420 1,882 20,199 20,889 2,194 1,357 4,307 3,666 406 339 42 999 1,327 16,179 15,214 1,487 25

PASSENGER MILES 34,398 202,566 48,860 8,115,205 2,772,836 282,932 63,630 370,656 13,920 365,210 59,829 195,858 2,659,616 451,582 294,918 515,355 14,196 613,401 2,452,824 21,627 79,191 499,234 6,496 349,410 343,590 374,095 7,150,115 568,935 668,213 1,896,234 9,464 1,977,840 342,485 100,776 809,914 655,564 297,360 1,147,080 437,345 1,656,876 262,184 43,173 54,460 20,580 118,566 1,797,711 856,449 495,844 90,919 267,034 227,292 18,676 15,594 2,520 22,977 30,521 129,432 121,712 99,629 1,600

CAPACITY 22.5% 24.4% 12.8% 44.0% 37.9% 23.0% 27.9% 31.0% 34.3% 34.0% 15.8% 28.5% 35.5% 31.4% 25.7% 34.8% 9.6% 25.3% 36.7% 55.6% 18.7% 32.7% 22.4% 20.7% 22.1% 21.2% 39.9% 38.4% 19.5% 29.7% 6.4% 36.9% 17.6% 71.8% 27.6% 19.1% 37.9% 34.8% 27.7% 34.7% 22.0% 17.6% 13.2% 11.5% 19.0% 28.2% 29.1% 32.5% 37.7% 23.3% 21.5% 17.8% 16.7% 16.8% 15.7% 17.5% 25.4% 23.8% 41.3% 10.0%

COUNT 158 612 393 5,681 12,607 7,068 229 2,643 14 961 213 571 12,167 2,988 775 887 49 1,597 6,358 44 280 925 21 867 1,684 1,261 5,060 857 3,108 7,723 52 5,500 1,986 127 7,202 3,218 875 2,338 1,072 4,100 5,828 138 435 75 369 7,322 7,401 921 293 1,469 1,254 81 74 18 451 576 4,684 4,606 311 7

VEHICLE MILES 10,017 50,232 13,475 3,376,030 878,152 89,518 15,309 127,008 1,740 113,752 12,348 45,162 848,912 139,104 89,490 218,550 3,185 193,479 850,212 4,050 18,333 199,332 2,436 100,206 106,080 136,390 3,152,310 200,220 263,718 662,961 3,549 664,200 123,565 19,812 291,469 261,716 103,014 312,576 119,600 648,648 77,246 11,178 15,015 3,920 23,814 646,496 293,519 209,050 20,368 88,784 76,508 2,990 2,530 1,020 10,281 12,949 42,456 41,704 20,971 320

CAPACITY 47.9% 41.1% 25.4% 93.1% 65.4% 41.4% 46.3% 69.1% 21.2% 61.2% 19.0% 46.7% 61.9% 62.6% 47.2% 94.6% 21.3% 47.2% 71.1% 71.1% 29.3% 92.0% 65.0% 35.3% 43.1% 49.6% 85.1% 91.4% 47.9% 58.4% 22.3% 65.2% 40.0% 76.1% 54.4% 49.6% 71.7% 67.4% 47.9% 65.2% 35.0% 31.0% 25.9% 14.1% 26.0% 55.3% 56.0% 91.6% 63.1% 55.6% 51.3% 24.5% 25.1% 53.5% 48.9% 52.9% 61.3% 60.1% 66.9% 20.9%

420,192

43,596,509

34.9%

140,584

16,070,979

68.9%

10 46 47 67 299 255 15 98 1 26 34 38 306 122 27 14 7 55 144 2 29 15 1 42 66 43 65 14 97 177 7 102 84 2 177 97 19 90 39 67 247 9 51 16 43 177 177 15 15 80 74 10 9 1 28 33 509 511 15 1

LINK LENGTH 63 78 35 595 68 13 63 48 116 118 49 78 68 46 114 235 91 123 132 81 63 226 116 114 65 115 595 235 91 89 91 123 65 156 41 91 118 132 115 156 13 81 35 49 63 89 41 226 67 62 62 46 46 60 23 23 8 8 67 64

VESSEL MILES 630 3,588 1,645 39,865 20,332 3,315 945 4,704 116 3,068 1,666 2,964 20,808 5,612 3,078 3,290 637 6,765 19,008 162 1,827 3,390 116 4,788 4,290 4,945 38,675 3,290 8,827 15,753 637 12,546 5,460 312 7,257 8,827 2,242 11,880 4,485 10,452 3,211 729 1,785 784 2,709 15,753 7,257 3,390 1,005 4,960 4,588 460 414 60 644 759 4,072 4,088 1,005 64

4,867

-

349,934

TRIPS

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Southwest Alaska Link Volume LINK AKUTAN-DUTCH HARBOR CHENEGA BAY-CORDOVA CHENEGA BAY-KODIAK CHENEGA BAY-WHITTIER CHIGNIK-KODIAK CHIGNIK-SAND POINT COLD BAY-FALSE PASS COLD BAY-KING COVE CORDOVA-CHENEGA BAY CORDOVA-TATITLEK CORDOVA-VALDEZ CORDOVA-WHITTIER DUTCH HARBOR-AKUTAN FALSE PASS-AKUTAN HOMER-KODIAK HOMER-PORT LIONS HOMER-SELDOVIA KING COVE-COLD BAY KING COVE-SAND POINT KODIAK-CHENEGA BAY KODIAK-CHIGNIK KODIAK-HOMER KODIAK-PORT LIONS PORT LIONS-HOMER PORT LIONS-KODIAK SAND POINT-CHIGNIK SAND POINT-KING COVE SELDOVIA-HOMER TATITLEK-CORDOVA TATITLEK-VALDEZ VALDEZ-CORDOVA VALDEZ-TATITLEK VALDEZ-WHITTIER WHITTIER-CHENEGA BAY WHITTIER-CORDOVA WHITTIER-VALDEZ CHENEGA BAY-VALDEZ KODIAK-WHITTIER OLD HARBOR-KODIAK OLD HARBOR-SAND POINT KODIAK-OLD HARBOR SAND POINT-OLD HARBOR PORT LIONS-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-PORT LIONS KODIAK-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-KODIAK AKUTAN-COLD BAY PORT LIONS-WHITTIER TOTAL

COUNT 665 18 818 986 624 513 495 507 8 10 2,926 9,090 538 474 5,899 4,601 2,693 683 686 871 722 6,196 2,149 3,411 2,227 389 835 2,453 11 63 3,105 57 12,204 986 9,028 9,043 10 33 125 104 133 104 2,902 1,878 2,332 3,341 387 22 97,355

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 29,925 37.8% 1,746 2.4% 164,418 12.1% 66,062 14.1% 155,376 43.3% 70,794 35.6% 28,710 28.1% 12,675 28.8% 776 3.2% 500 1.3% 216,524 18.0% 881,730 18.5% 24,210 30.6% 27,492 26.9% 802,264 28.5% 616,534 41.1% 45,781 12.2% 17,075 38.8% 67,228 39.0% 175,071 12.9% 179,778 50.1% 842,656 28.6% 58,023 38.4% 457,074 34.9% 60,129 33.9% 53,682 27.0% 81,830 47.4% 41,701 11.0% 550 1.1% 1,386 2.3% 229,770 17.8% 1,254 2.1% 951,912 30.3% 66,062 12.7% 875,716 19.0% 705,354 22.0% 870 4.0% 8,778 10.3% 12,500 39.1% 30,264 32.5% 13,300 41.6% 19,760 32.5% 37,726 49.0% 24,414 31.7% 32,648 39.4% 46,774 56.4% 61,146 22.0% 5,962 13.8% 8,305,910 22.9%

COUNT 66 12 541 520 184 185 67 135 9 5 1,103 4,153 66 65 2,716 1,891 1,363 142 139 442 236 2,459 814 1,515 1,010 150 175 1,285 5 24 1,262 32 4,054 635 4,055 3,282 4 34 33 35 55 24 1,039 907 980 1,095 66 20 39,089

VEHICLE MILES 2,835 1,164 99,093 32,093 45,069 25,254 3,886 3,400 679 200 76,886 386,448 2,925 3,596 343,944 236,912 22,151 3,625 13,622 83,013 58,764 304,776 21,384 192,290 26,001 19,872 17,542 21,080 200 506 88,134 660 315,354 38,659 379,658 256,854 435 8,512 3,200 9,312 5,200 4,560 12,571 11,115 13,202 14,476 10,112 5,393 3,226,617

CAPACITY 17.7% 11.9% 53.8% 50.1% 60.2% 60.4% 17.9% 36.1% 26.2% 4.5% 50.9% 63.8% 17.8% 17.5% 76.0% 79.5% 31.7% 37.9% 37.3% 43.9% 77.2% 65.1% 68.4% 73.1% 72.4% 49.1% 46.7% 29.6% 3.7% 6.6% 54.3% 8.7% 76.5% 55.9% 64.5% 60.5% 11.2% 50.1% 48.7% 51.0% 80.5% 35.3% 82.6% 72.1% 77.9% 87.0% 17.5% 58.5% 63.2%

TRIPS 11 3 15 16 9 9 11 11 1 3 69 207 11 11 77 70 113 11 11 15 9 83 35 61 41 9 11 114 4 11 74 11 163 19 200 167 1 2 2 2 2 2 37 37 37 37 11 1 1,867

LINK LENGTH 45 97 201 67 249 138 58 25 97 50 74 97 45 58 136 134 17 25 98 201 249 136 27 134 27 138 98 17 50 22 74 22 78 67 97 78 87 266 100 291 100 190 13 13 14 14 158 271 -

VESSEL MILES 495 291 3,015 1,072 2,241 1,242 638 275 97 150 5,106 20,079 495 638 10,472 9,380 1,921 275 1,078 3,015 2,241 11,288 945 8,174 1,107 1,242 1,078 1,938 200 242 5,476 242 12,714 1,273 19,400 13,026 87 532 200 582 200 380 481 481 518 518 1,738 271 148,549

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Cross-Gulf Link Volume LINK WHITTIER-YAKUTAT YAKUTAT-WHITTIER WHITTIER-JUNEAU JUNEAU-HOMER TOTAL

COUNT 2,146 2,072 51 22 4,291

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 648,092 31.7% 625,744 30.7% 25,602 10.6% 13,464 4.6% 1,312,902 28.5%

COUNT 897 865 97 17 1,876

VEHICLE MILES 272,404 248,546 55,220 10,404 586,574

CAPACITY 89.2% 86.1% 95.2% 16.7% 82.1%

TRIPS 15 15 3 3 36

LINK VESSEL LENGTH MILES 302 4,530 302 4,530 502 1,506 612 1,836 12,402

Aurora Link Volume LINK ANGOON-HOONAH ANGOON-JUNEAU ANGOON-TENAKEE CHENEGA BAY-CORDOVA CHENEGA BAY-WHITTIER CORDOVA-CHENEGA BAY CORDOVA-TATITLEK CORDOVA-VALDEZ CORDOVA-WHITTIER HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY HOONAH-ANGOON HOONAH-JUNEAU HOONAH-TENAKEE JUNEAU-ANGOON JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-HOONAH JUNEAU-KAKE JUNEAU-PELICAN JUNEAU-TENAKEE KAKE-HOONAH KAKE-JUNEAU PELICAN-JUNEAU SKAGWAY-HAINES TATITLEK-CORDOVA TATITLEK-VALDEZ TENAKEE-ANGOON TENAKEE-HOONAH TENAKEE-JUNEAU VALDEZ-CORDOVA VALDEZ-TATITLEK VALDEZ-WHITTIER WHITTIER-CHENEGA BAY WHITTIER-CORDOVA WHITTIER-VALDEZ CHENEGA BAY-VALDEZ JUNEAU-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-JUNEAU GUSTAVUS-PELICAN ANGOON-KAKE HOONAH-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-HOONAH PELICAN-HOONAH TOTAL

COUNT 338 94 632 18 8 8 10 208 1,499 3,694 1,043 572 1,427 268 45 2,896 1,357 7 42 449 56 10 41 1,042 11 63 532 189 630 391 57 9,366 45 1,326 6,588 10 532 389 21 42 80 227 25 36,288

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 21,294 19.3% 7,332 12.5% 22,120 21.1% 1,746 2.4% 536 3.2% 776 3.2% 500 1.3% 15,392 5.5% 145,403 13.3% 251,192 43.5% 13,559 16.7% 36,036 22.9% 68,496 31.7% 13,132 35.7% 3,510 9.0% 196,928 34.1% 62,422 33.9% 798 2.8% 3,822 8.4% 28,287 22.5% 6,496 22.4% 1,140 4.0% 3,731 8.2% 13,546 16.7% 550 1.1% 1,386 2.3% 18,620 19.3% 9,261 37.8% 39,690 25.2% 28,934 9.8% 1,254 2.1% 730,548 30.2% 3,015 4.5% 128,622 12.9% 513,864 21.1% 870 4.0% 32,984 10.6% 24,118 10.4% 966 8.4% 2,520 16.8% 1,840 10.7% 5,221 13.0% 1,600 10.0% 2,464,057 21.3%

COUNT 100 31 182 12 9 9 5 92 606 980 292 155 440 39 21 784 401 3 17 117 21 3 25 267 5 24 150 31 158 141 32 3,001 19 590 2,276 4 261 184 9 18 48 109 7 11,670

VEHICLE MILES 6,237 2,418 6,440 1,164 469 679 200 6,808 59,267 72,216 4,095 10,080 21,552 2,107 1,560 58,412 18,630 342 1,092 7,434 2,436 342 1,729 3,796 200 506 5,110 1,519 10,332 10,138 660 234,312 1,273 56,745 179,478 435 16,182 11,656 368 1,020 1,104 2,507 320 823,370

CAPACITY 43.3% 30.9% 45.8% 11.9% 26.2% 26.2% 4.5% 18.6% 40.8% 87.3% 35.4% 46.9% 74.1% 39.2% 31.5% 69.9% 75.9% 8.6% 25.0% 44.4% 65.0% 8.9% 37.6% 32.4% 3.7% 6.6% 41.2% 46.4% 47.8% 26.6% 8.7% 73.3% 14.2% 43.6% 55.2% 11.2% 39.5% 37.1% 28.3% 53.5% 48.7% 47.0% 20.9% 52.0%

TRIPS 7 3 12 3 1 1 3 15 45 34 25 10 18 3 2 34 16 1 2 8 1 1 2 25 4 11 11 2 10 16 11 124 4 41 125 1 20 15 1 1 3 7 1 680

LINK VESSEL LENGTH MILES 63 441 78 234 35 420 97 291 67 67 97 97 50 150 74 1,110 97 4,365 68 2,312 13 325 63 630 48 864 49 147 78 156 68 2,312 46 736 114 114 91 182 63 504 116 116 114 114 91 182 13 325 50 200 22 242 35 385 49 98 63 630 74 1,184 22 242 78 9,672 67 268 97 3,977 78 9,750 87 87 62 1,240 62 930 46 46 60 60 23 69 23 161 64 64 45,499

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Chenega Link Volume LINK CORDOVA-VALDEZ CORDOVA-WHITTIER VALDEZ-CORDOVA VALDEZ-WHITTIER WHITTIER-CORDOVA WHITTIER-VALDEZ TOTAL

COUNT 2,294 6,404 2,317 2,664 6,440 2,302 22,421

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 169,756 23.5% 621,188 20.3% 171,458 22.2% 207,792 31.0% 624,680 20.9% 179,556 24.8% 1,974,430 22.3%

COUNT 890 2,931 997 970 2,790 921 9,500

VEHICLE MILES 61,050 267,138 68,746 74,178 259,087 70,746 800,945

CAPACITY 70.0% 71.6% 73.1% 86.9% 69.8% 76.2% 72.8%

TRIPS 41 132 44 36 129 39 421

LINK LENGTH 74 97 74 78 97 78 -

VESSEL MILES 3,034 12,804 3,256 2,808 12,513 3,042 37,457

Columbia Link Volume LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-WRANGELL SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG TOTAL

COUNT 4,435 4,339 2,757 3,940 3,912 4,573 4,195 3,990 3,957 3,813 2,203 4,145 4,104 50,363

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 2,638,825 59.3% 295,052 58.0% 35,841 36.8% 267,920 52.6% 516,384 52.3% 2,720,935 61.1% 373,355 56.0% 490,770 53.3% 162,237 52.9% 594,828 50.9% 28,639 29.4% 368,905 55.4% 168,264 54.8% 8,661,955 51.8%

COUNT 1,536 1,695 876 1,321 1,609 1,713 1,380 1,344 1,509 1,440 641 1,501 1,353 17,918

VEHICLE MILES CAPACITY 910,350 77.0% 116,824 84.9% 10,881 43.9% 90,984 66.2% 217,008 80.7% 1,054,935 85.9% 121,396 69.2% 163,959 67.4% 62,976 75.6% 231,504 72.2% 8,853 32.1% 138,039 75.3% 54,735 67.8% 3,182,444 69.1%

TRIPS 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 195

LINK LENGTH 595 68 13 68 132 595 89 123 41 156 13 89 41 -

VESSEL MILES 8,925 1,020 195 1,020 1,980 8,925 1,335 1,845 615 2,340 195 1,335 615 30,345

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Fairweather Link Volume LINK ANGOON-JUNEAU CORDOVA-VALDEZ CORDOVA-WHITTIER HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-ANGOON JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA JUNEAU-SKAGWAY PETERSBURG-JUNEAU SITKA-JUNEAU SKAGWAY-HAINES SKAGWAY-JUNEAU VALDEZ-CORDOVA VALDEZ-WHITTIER WHITTIER-CORDOVA WHITTIER-VALDEZ SITKA-ANGOON ANGOON-SITKA TOTAL

COUNT 1,374 424 1,187 1,639 481 1,629 1,295 545 5,264 267 416 5,750 626 226 397 174 1,262 153 1,357 1,487 25,953

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 107,172 38.2% 31,376 15.2% 115,139 18.5% 111,452 45.5% 6,253 28.6% 127,062 45.3% 88,060 36.0% 67,035 20.6% 694,848 34.3% 21,627 55.6% 51,168 15.8% 759,000 37.4% 8,138 37.3% 18,306 47.1% 29,378 13.2% 13,572 26.4% 122,414 19.7% 11,934 23.2% 90,919 37.7% 99,629 41.3% 2,574,482 31.7%

COUNT 305 121 618 375 147 373 336 96 1,235 44 94 1,347 189 42 124 84 675 85 293 311 6,894

VEHICLE MILES 24,492 9,028 60,043 27,676 1,950 28,704 24,072 12,300 170,280 4,050 12,177 185,460 2,418 3,321 9,250 6,864 63,826 6,630 20,368 20,971 693,880

CAPACITY 65.6% 30.0% 66.5% 80.6% 67.8% 80.2% 72.2% 28.2% 62.3% 71.1% 27.7% 67.9% 86.9% 67.1% 28.6% 90.1% 72.6% 91.5% 63.1% 66.9% 63.4%

TRIPS 15 13 30 15 7 15 15 11 64 2 11 64 7 2 14 3 30 3 15 15 351

LINK VESSEL LENGTH MILES 78 1,170 74 962 97 2,910 68 1,020 13 91 78 1,170 68 1,020 123 1,353 132 8,448 81 162 123 1,353 132 8,448 13 91 81 162 74 1,036 78 234 97 2,910 78 234 67 1,005 67 1,005 34,784

Kennicott Link Volume LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN CHENEGA BAY-KODIAK CHENEGA BAY-WHITTIER HOMER-KODIAK HOMER-SELDOVIA JUNEAU-KETCHIKAN JUNEAU-YAKUTAT KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-JUNEAU KODIAK-CHENEGA BAY KODIAK-HOMER SELDOVIA-HOMER WHITTIER-CHENEGA BAY WHITTIER-YAKUTAT YAKUTAT-JUNEAU YAKUTAT-WHITTIER TOTAL

PASSENGER COUNT MILES CAPACITY 2,630 1,564,850 39.0% 818 164,418 12.1% 978 65,526 14.5% 2,691 365,976 20.6% 242 4,114 3.8% 2,193 515,355 34.8% 2,209 499,234 32.7% 2,358 1,403,010 37.4% 2,421 568,935 38.4% 871 175,071 12.9% 2,192 298,112 16.8% 291 4,947 4.6% 941 63,047 13.9% 2,146 648,092 31.8% 2,194 495,844 32.5% 2,072 625,744 30.7% 27,247 7,462,275 23.0%

COUNT 976 541 511 1,367 219 887 925 930 857 442 1,034 217 616 897 921 865 12,204

VEHICLE MILES CAPACITY 582,505 97.1% 99,093 53.8% 31,624 50.8% 171,496 70.4% 3,247 23.3% 218,550 94.6% 199,332 92.0% 584,885 99.1% 200,220 91.4% 83,013 43.9% 127,976 53.2% 3,434 23.1% 37,386 61.3% 272,404 89.3% 209,050 91.6% 248,546 86.1% 3,072,761 69.3%

TRIPS 15 15 15 29 14 14 15 14 14 15 29 14 15 15 15 15 263

LINK VESSEL LENGTH MILES 595 8,925 201 3,015 67 1,005 136 3,944 17 238 235 3,290 226 3,390 595 8,330 235 3,290 201 3,015 136 3,944 17 238 67 1,005 302 4,530 226 3,390 302 4,530 56,079

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LeConte Link Volume LINK ANGOON-HOONAH ANGOON-JUNEAU ANGOON-TENAKEE HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY HOONAH-ANGOON HOONAH-JUNEAU HOONAH-TENAKEE JUNEAU-ANGOON JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-HOONAH JUNEAU-PELICAN JUNEAU-TENAKEE PELICAN-JUNEAU SKAGWAY-HAINES TENAKEE-ANGOON TENAKEE-HOONAH TENAKEE-JUNEAU JUNEAU-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-JUNEAU GUSTAVUS-PELICAN PELICAN-GUSTAVUS HOONAH-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-HOONAH TOTAL

COUNT 208 1,129 764 6,686 2,965 438 3,122 953 837 6,384 4,503 114 808 63 3,093 1,024 231 1,252 3,775 3,277 385 339 919 1,100 44,369

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 13,104 30.8% 88,062 17.9% 26,740 9.7% 454,648 43.7% 38,545 22.0% 27,594 38.9% 149,856 22.7% 46,697 13.7% 65,286 17.7% 434,112 41.7% 207,138 25.3% 10,374 10.1% 50,904 17.1% 5,733 5.6% 40,209 22.9% 35,840 11.4% 11,319 7.3% 78,876 16.9% 234,050 28.0% 203,174 24.7% 17,710 19.0% 15,594 16.7% 21,137 16.3% 25,300 18.8% 2,302,002 23.9%

COUNT 58 276 212 1,896 925 75 1,152 174 177 1,816 1,404 33 163 27 937 285 44 212 1,208 1,070 71 74 403 467 13,160

VEHICLE MILES 3,780 23,322 7,035 139,468 12,610 5,229 55,152 10,241 14,898 131,648 65,274 2,093 10,899 1,820 12,688 9,905 2,401 13,482 72,602 64,852 2,622 2,530 9,177 10,442 684,170

CAPACITY 58.5% 29.9% 18.4% 84.5% 46.7% 45.3% 57.2% 17.0% 25.6% 80.9% 53.8% 19.8% 23.6% 16.2% 47.3% 21.6% 9.5% 19.4% 61.0% 55.0% 24.0% 25.1% 48.9% 54.5% 48.3%

VEHICLE MILES 42,456 41,704 84,160

CAPACITY 61.3% 60.1% 60.7%

TRIPS 3 28 35 68 60 5 61 31 21 68 79 5 21 5 60 40 14 33 60 59 9 9 25 26 825

LINK VESSEL LENGTH MILES 63 189 78 2,184 35 1,225 68 4,624 13 780 63 315 48 2,928 49 1,519 78 1,638 68 4,624 46 3,634 91 455 63 1,323 91 455 13 780 35 1,400 49 686 63 2,079 62 3,720 62 3,658 46 414 46 414 23 575 23 598 40,217

Lituya Link Volume LINK KETCHIKAN-ANNETTE BAY ANNETTE BAY-KETCHIKAN TOTAL

COUNT 16,179 15,214 31,393

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 129,432 25.4% 121,712 23.8% 251,144 24.6%

COUNT 4,684 4,606 9,290

LINK LENGTH 509 8 511 8 1,020 TRIPS

VESSEL MILES 4,072 4,088 8,160

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Malaspina Link Volume LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-SITKA PETERSBURG-WRANGELL SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG TOTAL

COUNT 4,955 17,975 12,460 17,914 109 4,258 4,195 5,361 5,201 217 3,782 332 3,607 11,205 4,080 5,354 101,005

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 2,948,225 38.9% 1,222,300 34.3% 161,980 24.2% 1,218,152 34.2% 13,407 24.2% 562,056 34.6% 2,496,025 34.1% 477,129 41.9% 639,723 42.1% 33,852 48.2% 155,062 29.7% 43,824 73.8% 562,692 29.3% 145,665 21.8% 363,120 32.0% 219,514 41.8% 11,262,726 31.4%

COUNT 2,386 5,217 4,251 5,400 65 1,967 1,973 2,190 2,008 59 1,751 81 1,661 3,213 1,809 2,050 36,082

VEHICLE MILES 1,412,530 363,528 52,377 371,892 7,749 263,340 1,238,790 190,193 246,492 9,204 74,292 10,956 267,696 42,328 167,409 83,148 4,801,924

CAPACITY 101.7% 53.7% 44.5% 55.6% 77.1% 87.0% 87.3% 93.4% 88.8% 70.6% 74.7% 97.3% 73.4% 33.7% 77.1% 87.4% 60.6%

TRIPS 28 116 114 116 1 27 27 28 27 1 28 1 27 114 28 28 711

LINK LENGTH 595 68 13 68 123 132 595 89 123 156 41 132 156 13 89 41 -

VESSEL MILES 16,660 7,888 1,482 7,888 123 3,564 16,065 2,492 3,321 156 1,148 132 4,212 1,482 2,492 1,148 70,253

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Matanuska Link Volume LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-KAKE JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA KAKE-JUNEAU KAKE-PETERSBURG KAKE-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-PRINCE RUPERT KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-KAKE PETERSBURG-SITKA PETERSBURG-WRANGELL PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-KAKE SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES SKAGWAY-JUNEAU WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG TOTAL

COUNT 1,619 4,385 1,692 4,171 1,001 2,579 3,370 604 1,274 287 891 4,069 6,791 5,693 835 429 6,186 4,236 669 448 2,744 1,873 71 6,173 6,716 68,806

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 963,305 40.0% 298,180 37.5% 21,996 15.7% 283,628 34.3% 114,114 31.8% 317,217 35.8% 444,840 34.0% 68,856 67.1% 82,810 35.4% 33,005 21.3% 530,145 22.0% 370,279 24.4% 604,399 33.5% 700,239 32.4% 54,275 37.1% 66,924 95.3% 253,626 30.5% 385,476 25.4% 88,308 37.2% 51,520 99.6% 428,064 29.0% 24,349 18.1% 5,751 15.8% 549,397 30.5% 275,356 33.2% 7,016,059 30.5%

COUNT 783 1,713 465 1,514 329 834 1,048 141 393 156 444 1,608 2,237 1,767 288 68 2,075 1,723 245 67 898 549 26 2,184 2,128 23,681

VEHICLE MILES CAPACITY 470,645 103.8% 109,548 78.7% 6,201 23.2% 103,020 67.0% 37,278 56.1% 98,031 62.2% 135,828 56.9% 16,644 84.1% 24,960 58.7% 16,330 62.1% 273,700 58.9% 137,319 51.9% 188,769 59.4% 207,870 54.1% 17,810 68.8% 10,608 81.5% 81,385 55.1% 139,503 55.6% 30,492 73.1% 8,165 80.5% 134,628 51.0% 6,773 28.5% 2,106 30.6% 184,675 57.9% 83,025 56.5% 2,525,313 56.3%

TRIPS 9 26 24 27 7 16 22 2 8 3 9 37 45 39 5 1 45 37 4 1 21 23 1 45 45 502

LINK VESSEL LENGTH MILES 595 5,355 68 1,768 13 312 68 1,836 114 798 123 1,968 132 2,904 114 228 65 520 115 345 595 5,355 91 3,367 89 4,005 123 4,797 65 325 156 156 41 1,845 91 3,367 132 528 115 115 156 3,276 13 299 81 81 89 4,005 41 1,845 49,400

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Taku Link Volume LINK HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY HOONAH-JUNEAU HOONAH-KAKE HOONAH-SITKA JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-HOONAH JUNEAU-KAKE JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA KAKE-JUNEAU KAKE-PETERSBURG KAKE-SITKA KETCHIKAN-PRINCE RUPERT KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-KAKE PETERSBURG-WRANGELL PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN SITKA-HOONAH SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-KAKE SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES SKAGWAY-JUNEAU WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG TOTAL

PASSENGER COUNT MILES CAPACITY 2,059 140,012 23.5% 366 4,758 10.5% 3,173 152,304 47.7% 120 13,920 34.3% 3,095 365,210 34.0% 2,512 170,816 23.2% 3,957 182,022 41.9% 1,579 180,006 23.7% 1,754 215,742 18.6% 1,778 234,696 31.8% 2,451 279,414 18.0% 4,012 260,780 19.8% 2,966 341,090 21.2% 3,274 297,934 15.6% 4,959 441,351 15.9% 780 95,940 22.3% 4,434 288,210 16.0% 5,829 238,989 18.7% 2,968 270,088 14.1% 2,520 297,360 37.9% 1,939 255,948 26.4% 3,355 385,825 25.2% 457 71,292 32.6% 126 1,638 12.0% 236 19,116 11.2% 5,801 516,289 18.6% 4,715 193,315 15.1% 71,215 5,914,065 20.5%

COUNT 733 111 1,050 14 961 996 1,183 443 603 499 723 1,291 1,105 1,501 1,915 286 1,698 1,867 1,496 875 664 1,005 102 31 71 1,828 1,870 24,921

VEHICLE MILES CAPACITY 48,892 47.1% 1,404 22.3% 50,304 86.1% 1,740 21.2% 113,752 61.2% 68,884 54.2% 55,200 72.2% 51,870 43.3% 75,399 37.2% 63,756 58.4% 83,220 32.1% 81,120 39.8% 120,060 48.3% 126,399 44.2% 162,603 37.4% 33,702 50.1% 105,755 37.4% 72,816 36.4% 122,213 44.0% 103,014 71.7% 85,668 62.2% 111,435 46.7% 14,820 37.4% 390 20.6% 5,751 23.7% 156,373 35.6% 72,611 36.6% 1,989,151 43.5%

TRIPS 25 10 19 1 26 31 27 19 27 16 39 58 40 60 89 10 79 89 60 19 21 38 4 3 6 89 89 994

LINK VESSEL LENGTH MILES 68 1,700 13 130 48 912 116 116 118 3,068 68 2,108 46 1,242 114 2,166 123 3,321 132 2,112 114 4,446 65 3,770 115 4,600 91 5,460 89 7,921 123 1,230 65 5,135 41 3,649 91 5,460 118 2,242 132 2,772 115 4,370 156 624 13 39 81 486 89 7,921 41 3,649 80,649

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Tustumena Link Volume LINK AKUTAN-DUTCH HARBOR CHIGNIK-KODIAK CHIGNIK-SAND POINT COLD BAY-FALSE PASS COLD BAY-KING COVE DUTCH HARBOR-AKUTAN FALSE PASS-AKUTAN HOMER-KODIAK HOMER-PORT LIONS HOMER-SELDOVIA KING COVE-COLD BAY KING COVE-SAND POINT KODIAK-CHIGNIK KODIAK-HOMER KODIAK-PORT LIONS PORT LIONS-HOMER PORT LIONS-KODIAK SAND POINT-CHIGNIK SAND POINT-KING COVE SELDOVIA-HOMER WHITTIER-JUNEAU KODIAK-WHITTIER OLD HARBOR-KODIAK OLD HARBOR-SAND POINT KODIAK-OLD HARBOR SAND POINT-OLD HARBOR PORT LIONS-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-PORT LIONS KODIAK-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-KODIAK JUNEAU-HOMER AKUTAN-COLD BAY PORT LIONS-WHITTIER TOTAL

COUNT 665 624 513 495 507 538 474 3,208 4,601 2,451 683 686 722 4,004 2,149 3,411 2,227 389 835 2,162 51 33 125 104 133 104 2,902 1,878 2,332 3,341 22 387 22 42,778

PASSENGER MILES CAPACITY 29,925 37.8% 155,376 43.3% 70,794 35.6% 28,710 28.1% 12,675 28.8% 24,210 30.6% 27,492 26.9% 436,288 41.8% 616,534 41.1% 41,667 15.5% 17,075 38.8% 67,228 39.0% 179,778 50.1% 544,544 46.3% 58,023 38.4% 457,074 34.9% 60,129 33.9% 53,682 27.0% 81,830 47.4% 36,754 13.5% 25,602 10.6% 8,778 10.3% 12,500 39.1% 30,264 32.5% 13,300 41.6% 19,760 32.5% 37,726 49.0% 24,414 31.7% 32,648 39.4% 46,774 56.4% 13,464 4.6% 61,146 22.0% 5,962 13.8% 3,332,126 33.1%

COUNT 66 184 185 67 135 66 65 1,349 1,891 1,144 142 139 236 1,425 814 1,515 1,010 150 175 1,068 97 34 33 35 55 24 1,039 907 980 1,095 17 66 20 16,229

VEHICLE MILES CAPACITY 2,835 17.7% 45,069 60.2% 25,254 60.4% 3,886 17.9% 3,400 36.1% 2,925 17.8% 3,596 17.5% 172,448 82.7% 236,912 79.5% 18,904 34.0% 3,625 37.9% 13,622 37.3% 58,764 77.2% 176,800 77.6% 21,384 68.4% 192,290 73.1% 26,001 72.4% 19,872 49.1% 17,542 46.7% 17,646 31.4% 55,220 95.2% 8,512 50.1% 3,200 48.7% 9,312 51.0% 5,200 80.5% 4,560 35.3% 12,571 82.6% 11,115 72.1% 13,202 77.9% 14,476 87.0% 10,404 16.7% 10,112 17.5% 5,393 58.5% 1,226,052 59.1%

TRIPS 11 9 9 11 11 11 11 48 70 99 11 11 9 54 35 61 41 9 11 100 3 2 2 2 2 2 37 37 37 37 3 11 1 808

LINK VESSEL LENGTH MILES 45 495 249 2,241 138 1,242 58 638 25 275 45 495 58 638 136 6,528 134 9,380 17 1,683 25 275 98 1,078 249 2,241 136 7,344 27 945 134 8,174 27 1,107 138 1,242 98 1,078 17 1,700 502 1,506 266 532 100 200 291 582 100 200 190 380 13 481 13 481 14 518 14 518 612 1,836 158 1,738 271 271 58,042

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Monthly Southeast Link Volume (January - June) TRIPS 1 3 3 6 19 12 11 5 4 21 10 1 1 4 3 3 3 4 5 4 5 2 4 13 1 4 8 1 12 5 4 1 5 3 11 1 3 2 1 12 13 2 3 4 5 4 40 40 -

25,838

9,544

368

27,123

9,973

332

JUNE

PASS VEH TRIPS PASS VEH TRIPS 50 19 1 209 58 5 493 102 4 84 27 4 38 18 3 1,371 532 7 1,850 549 6 2,803 1,040 26 4,930 1,550 33 1,137 366 16 3,204 974 30 74 12 1 287 129 5 321 140 8 79 15 3 293 70 5 682 141 6 3,197 1,095 26 4,824 1,406 33 159 88 3 525 168 10 343 130 4 727 231 4 273 133 2 597 211 3 39 9 1 434 99 4 299 84 3 1,589 507 12 2,909 861 20 149 36 4 29 10 1 248 105 2 427 123 2 404 78 1 308 129 4 1,022 289 5 281 130 3 177 84 2 798 337 6 1,566 609 7 292 122 2 561 147 2 284 134 9 979 361 10 2,047 795 14 2,696 803 13 18 9 1 1,842 632 12 2,083 620 10 250 118 3 480 147 3 1,090 441 13 2,489 836 14 891 457 9 1,401 525 9 1,066 352 9 1,477 392 16 448 71 1 675 257 6 1,260 460 6 1,033 392 15 3,234 1,046 30 52 21 1 77 27 4 21 13 2 16 3 2 127 27 4 80 23 3 1,106 448 13 2,403 849 14 1,907 747 14 2,594 778 13 252 123 2 557 182 3 91 32 1 427 89 3 467 183 6 715 186 8 154 103 4 495 141 8 23 9 1 100 16 2 18 8 1 86 12 2 104 68 3 40 29 2 257 106 5 103 43 2 1,257 424 46 1,221 426 45 1,224 416 46 1,031 410 45 74 28 1 513 103 4 -

459

VEH 31 27 27 517 664 292 395 203 39 887 372 57 8 96 190 45 188 85 129 192 250 133 66 641 5 264 281 68 387 246 256 77 133 171 205 26 39 20 10 372 607 111 69 77 95 65 435 420 -

16,406

PASS 109 90 104 966 1,888 885 1,081 624 135 2,232 1,033 107 27 277 534 224 237 174 407 389 459 221 132 1,813 9 656 535 429 1,413 436 602 310 472 625 688 71 184 97 39 1,423 1,785 150 132 111 285 237 1,182 1,104 -

52,789

TRIPS 7 4 6 20 16 2 8 1 3 4 19 8 1 2 1 4 5 5 2 6 4 3 7 2 6 13 1 4 9 14 6 3 2 6 16 5 4 14 13 2 5 2 2 5 48 48 -

383

VEH 73 14 498 782 246 25 338 15 132 36 782 301 31 108 2 139 327 39 111 172 95 93 399 120 60 489 2 257 257 437 107 155 64 251 237 33 15 445 478 119 90 29 39 105 508 489 -

11,478

PASS 278 76 918 2,185 734 159 1,001 120 434 154 2,226 1,076 78 205 17 280 1,042 155 165 497 360 252 772 198 135 1,194 10 705 679 1,156 205 594 209 755 669 86 132 1,124 1,221 195 154 44 72 185 1,540 1,392 -

30,628

TRIPS 1 3 4 4 19 14 10 3 4 19 7 1 1 3 5 4 3 4 4 4 5 11 1 3 7 1 12 4 4 1 3 5 14 4 1 3 12 11 4 4 4 4 43 45 -

323

MAY

VEH 10 22 19 320 559 160 283 107 26 584 219 16 2 50 273 26 34 71 76 243 43 405 2 211 108 59 316 53 142 83 66 206 154 24 8 14 339 360 59 44 41 50 391 392 -

6,670

APRIL

PASS 49 134 112 561 1,623 476 965 305 135 1,631 650 45 18 176 671 138 104 177 209 512 85 965 17 460 256 217 734 86 459 332 214 442 494 117 50 71 874 817 96 97 105 102 1,194 1,102 -

18,077

MARCH

TRIPS 5 4 5 19 15 9 4 1 4 19 9 1 1 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 14 1 5 9 13 4 4 4 4 15 5 4 13 14 5 4 4 5 20 20 -

297

TOTAL

FEBRUARY

VEH 35 14 439 621 130 260 104 9 33 595 214 16 2 67 282 17 68 64 89 266 42 515 2 343 142 359 54 161 62 234 128 23 13 359 498 69 61 54 63 199 196 -

6,902

ANGOON-HOONAH ANGOON-JUNEAU ANGOON-TENAKEE BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY HOONAH-ANGOON HOONAH-JUNEAU HOONAH-KAKE HOONAH-SITKA HOONAH-TENAKEE JUNEAU-ANGOON JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-HOONAH JUNEAU-KAKE JUNEAU-KETCHIKAN JUNEAU-PELICAN JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA JUNEAU-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-TENAKEE JUNEAU-YAKUTAT KAKE-HOONAH KAKE-JUNEAU KAKE-PETERSBURG KAKE-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-JUNEAU KETCHIKAN-PRINCE RUPERT KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PELICAN-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-KAKE PETERSBURG-SITKA PETERSBURG-WRANGELL PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN SITKA-HOONAH SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-KAKE SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES SKAGWAY-JUNEAU TENAKEE-ANGOON TENAKEE-HOONAH TENAKEE-JUNEAU WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG YAKUTAT-JUNEAU SITKA-ANGOON JUNEAU-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-JUNEAU GUSTAVUS-PELICAN PELICAN-GUSTAVUS ANGOON-KAKE HOONAH-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-HOONAH KETCHIKAN-ANNETTE BAY ANNETTE BAY-KETCHIKAN ANGOON-SITKA PELICAN-HOONAH

JANUARY PASS 143 114 824 1,888 433 722 313 48 127 1,740 631 150 13 341 515 113 246 205 269 474 81 1,212 9 871 359 964 118 373 190 425 474 148 145 924 1,249 149 131 118 154 563 619 -

18,585

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PASS

VEH

TRIPS

PASS

VEH

TRIPS

PASS

VEH

TRIPS

PASS

VEH

TRIPS

363 87 1,884 6,864 5,261 455 196 518 7,319 856 403 364 1,204 3,698 432 530 608 419 1,824 448 2,013 3,500 2,943 792 3,327 1,949 2,181 376 1,784 4,597 67 21 211 3,432 3,497 415 385 851 844 109 92 101 1,217 957 495 -

81 22 624 1,951 1,514 146 34 112 1,952 230 85 133 363 1,033 127 128 184 94 639 121 691 1,015 843 204 1,075 621 509 114 557 1,318 15 7 31 1,122 992 126 74 173 197 9 7 31 402 377 96 -

4 4 6 36 36 10 8 5 36 15 5 2 10 33 2 5 9 4 6 2 18 22 18 9 22 18 26 4 8 36 4 4 4 22 22 2 4 9 11 2 2 2 42 42 5 -

463 63 2,246 7,211 4,954 503 326 403 6,244 901 273 343 874 3,613 574 444 622 407 1,654 601 2,007 2,979 2,464 757 3,050 1,292 1,765 431 1,668 4,205 91 55 201 3,291 3,009 341 397 827 893 80 66 68 1,632 1,719 349 -

111 16 682 1,943 1,620 155 47 94 1,863 222 65 155 259 1,110 175 80 170 102 648 171 730 823 688 164 1,010 418 424 121 594 1,108 18 14 22 1,039 804 142 89 167 209 7 14 24 533 545 74 -

6 4 8 37 36 9 10 4 38 16 4 2 8 35 3 4 9 5 6 3 18 23 18 9 22 18 24 5 9 35 5 5 4 22 23 2 6 9 11 2 2 2 48 48 4 -

165 52 842 4,736 2,514 275 224 42 3,320 567 353 304 593 1,715 267 126 111 423 186 1,516 100 976 1,380 1,308 258 2,115 383 608 156 1,192 2,861 174 160 9 175 2,199 1,268 284 57 275 448 73 77 26 1,302 1,240 56 -

64 23 381 1,573 848 121 74 13 1,150 202 129 133 177 728 50 53 30 165 66 658 38 452 500 448 89 833 169 200 68 508 741 20 62 3 31 852 478 122 20 127 160 16 14 18 434 429 12 -

4 4 6 34 33 6 7 1 33 13 4 2 6 12 2 1 3 6 3 6 1 12 17 12 6 18 13 6 2 7 34 1 6 1 4 18 17 2 1 8 9 2 2 1 42 42 1 -

259 235 913 2,541 814 247 969 666 348 22 2,290 1,551 130 29 199 730 206 625 289 1,014 377 1,406 16 1,043 400 1,345 214 418 243 543 643 818 299 172 112 1,381 1,346 270 86 200 2,010 1,955 -

71 60 455 907 328 57 334 165 73 15 843 405 40 6 128 343 88 149 103 476 194 607 8 432 167 546 113 132 40 124 317 274 67 25 39 554 578 136 45 92 551 544 -

5 4 5 21 14 3 9 4 5 1 21 12 1 1 4 4 4 5 4 5 4 14 1 6 8 13 4 3 1 4 4 14 5 1 3 13 14 9 4 5 45 45 -

199 188 656 2,237 732 257 627 370 2,205 917 78 13 195 645 219 126 262 204 587 161 1,120 848 231 940 108 74 352 292 470 555 147 127 286 1,020 1,079 109 159 35 36 1,486 1,411 25

69 68 352 698 231 83 207 146 702 339 39 6 67 350 61 51 124 93 348 88 449 345 123 425 61 27 155 116 257 182 48 52 72 457 429 76 86 18 19 499 478 5

4 5 4 18 17 5 7 4 21 10 1 1 3 5 4 3 6 4 4 4 12 5 7 13 4 1 3 5 4 14 3 4 5 13 12 6 6 1 1 47 47 1

139 243 608 1,871 620 273 516 383 1,884 951 7 115 921 230 56 223 267 171 841 113 994 25 857 272 1,131 121 356 472 682 540 89 179 303 1,022 1,117 262 204 21 42 45 53 1,575 1,460 -

30 77 325 626 177 66 138 107 625 264 3 44 437 57 21 65 63 64 425 37 407 11 317 101 444 52 136 101 346 157 23 56 81 428 410 97 82 8 17 30 20 505 517 -

3 4 4 17 16 4 6 3 20 9 1 2 6 4 1 4 4 3 5 3 11 1 5 6 11 3 3 4 5 13 3 4 4 11 11 8 7 1 1 2 2 43 43 -

37,491

13,482

471

29,374

10,631

352

21,788

8,501

344

22,254

7,997

321

DECEMBER

TRIPS

621

NOVEMBER

VEH

19,469

OCTOBER

PASS

66,356

SEPTEMBER

TRIPS

596

TOTAL

AUGUST

VEH

20,179

ANGOON-HOONAH ANGOON-JUNEAU ANGOON-TENAKEE BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY HOONAH-ANGOON HOONAH-JUNEAU HOONAH-KAKE HOONAH-SITKA HOONAH-TENAKEE JUNEAU-ANGOON JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-HOONAH JUNEAU-KAKE JUNEAU-KETCHIKAN JUNEAU-PELICAN JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA JUNEAU-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-TENAKEE JUNEAU-YAKUTAT KAKE-HOONAH KAKE-JUNEAU KAKE-PETERSBURG KAKE-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-JUNEAU KETCHIKAN-PRINCE RUPERT KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PELICAN-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-KAKE PETERSBURG-SITKA PETERSBURG-WRANGELL PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN SITKA-HOONAH SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-KAKE SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES SKAGWAY-JUNEAU TENAKEE-ANGOON TENAKEE-HOONAH TENAKEE-JUNEAU WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG YAKUTAT-JUNEAU SITKA-ANGOON JUNEAU-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-JUNEAU GUSTAVUS-PELICAN PELICAN-GUSTAVUS ANGOON-KAKE HOONAH-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-HOONAH KETCHIKAN-ANNETTE BAY ANNETTE BAY-KETCHIKAN ANGOON-SITKA PELICAN-HOONAH

JULY PASS

69,889

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Monthly Southwest Link Volume (January - June) PASS 92 135 103 127 112 59 118 275 822 128 62 961 419 271 88 163 97 204 987 135 164 263 109 133 153 1 416 4 800 154 1,151 667 167 50 62 173 89 91 467 154 23 18 104 257 1,257 1,224 74 -

VEH 14 55 58 59 52 15 45 117 373 23 14 372 127 184 28 58 51 72 345 47 66 104 54 43 98 1 188 6 314 69 485 280 26 23 27 27 23 32 183 103 9 8 68 106 424 416 28 -

TRIPS 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 8 23 3 2 11 5 10 2 3 2 2 14 2 3 4 3 2 8 1 8 1 24 2 23 24 1 1 1 1 3 1 6 4 1 1 3 5 46 46 1 -

PASS 118 157 355 56 57 85 95 294 1,070 114 79 876 382 341 107 101 327 72 597 288 379 259 50 117 286 10 404 1 2,170 196 1,011 1,638 57 48 69 44 142 121 140 167 79 427 715 495 100 86 40 103 1,221 1,031 513 -

VEH 12 73 146 12 27 17 17 117 538 12 12 380 165 170 21 17 130 30 231 114 155 115 11 26 153 2 151 1 756 84 424 609 19 12 27 13 61 58 56 61 12 89 186 141 16 12 29 43 426 410 103 -

TRIPS 2 2 3 1 1 2 2 5 25 2 2 9 6 10 2 2 3 1 8 4 6 4 1 2 11 2 7 2 33 2 23 35 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 8 8 2 2 2 2 45 45 4 -

5,320

327

17,690

6,502

355

JUNE

TRIPS 1 3 2 1 1 5 12 1 5 3 4 1 2 1 5 2 3 2 1 4 5 4 3 12 4 1 1 1 1 3 4 5 4 40 40 -

13,583

7,007

MAY

VEH 3 85 35 20 2 116 215 3 158 65 82 10 32 32 96 59 58 52 18 72 135 106 95 295 116 20 12 15 25 69 77 95 65 435 420 -

187

APRIL TRIPS PASS 37 1 2 63 2 51 21 22 1 4 280 16 399 15 5 257 2 194 6 118 31 2 45 59 6 219 2 128 2 130 2 97 69 6 86 1 1 2 312 1 4 203 3 68 17 501 2 255 1 95 1 31 1 54 1 116 5 132 2 111 2 285 5 237 48 1,182 48 1,104 204

6,636

VEH 5 66 55 1 44 251 150 44 73 52 144 26 26 42 71 1 3 36 4 61 70 293 48 22 17 24 28 90 29 39 105 508 489 -

3,193

MARCH

TRIPS PASS 1 6 60 52 1 2 5 89 12 628 4 251 7 104 11 126 50 4 268 4 73 7 53 5 68 11 125 2 1 2 9 6 73 2 7 4 152 1 67 10 676 5 101 3 60 4 21 4 41 3 86 4 154 4 44 4 72 4 185 43 1,540 45 1,392 222

2,454

6,277

VEH 2 2 22 127 73 110 64 81 71 120 59 70 3 3 42 4 82 2 124 102 66 78 93 77 59 44 41 50 391 392 -

2,917

FEBRUARY TRIPS PASS 1 3 1 1 1 4 5 54 17 288 3 108 4 300 6 149 2 208 1 169 2 2 226 2 119 6 130 6 1 12 8 153 1 13 4 183 1 3 14 313 7 172 2 260 2 161 2 235 2 312 1 5 96 4 97 4 105 5 102 20 1,194 20 1,102 157

TOTAL

VEH 5 7 7 1 13 233 67 90 46 39 16 32 30 60 41 2 59 52 5 168 134 58 48 51 64 18 69 61 54 63 199 196 1,988

AKUTAN-DUTCH HARBOR CHENEGA BAY-CORDOVA CHENEGA BAY-KODIAK CHENEGA BAY-WHITTIER CHIGNIK-KODIAK CHIGNIK-SAND POINT COLD BAY-FALSE PASS COLD BAY-KING COVE CORDOVA-CHENEGA BAY CORDOVA-TATITLEK CORDOVA-VALDEZ CORDOVA-WHITTIER DUTCH HARBOR-AKUTAN FALSE PASS-AKUTAN HOMER-KODIAK HOMER-PORT LIONS HOMER-SELDOVIA KING COVE-COLD BAY KING COVE-SAND POINT KODIAK-CHENEGA BAY KODIAK-CHIGNIK KODIAK-HOMER KODIAK-PORT LIONS KODIAK-WHITTIER PORT LIONS-HOMER PORT LIONS-KODIAK SAND POINT-CHIGNIK SAND POINT-KING COVE SELDOVIA-HOMER TATITLEK-CORDOVA TATITLEK-VALDEZ VALDEZ-CORDOVA VALDEZ-TATITLEK VALDEZ-WHITTIER WHITTIER-CHENEGA BAY WHITTIER-CORDOVA WHITTIER-VALDEZ CHENEGA BAY-VALDEZ OLD HARBOR-KODIAK OLD HARBOR-SAND POINT KODIAK-OLD HARBOR SAND POINT-OLD HARBOR PORT LIONS-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-PORT LIONS KODIAK-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-KODIAK AKUTAN-COLD BAY PORT LIONS-WHITTIER SITKA-ANGOON JUNEAU-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-JUNEAU GUSTAVUS-PELICAN PELICAN-GUSTAVUS ANGOON-KAKE HOONAH-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-HOONAH KETCHIKAN-ANNETTE BAY ANNETTE BAY-KETCHIKAN ANGOON-SITKA PELICAN-HOONAH

JANUARY PASS 9 8 8 4 18 583 95 168 76 89 75 33 90 107 77 6 165 1 84 9 337 321 102 72 118 145 22 149 131 118 154 563 619 4,556

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7,413

VEH 17 194 99 138 98 92 23 140 30 87 18 212 127 148 169 143 97 82 8 17 30 20 505 517 -

TRIPS 4 11 5 7 11 5 2 7 2 11 5 11 6 7 7 6 8 7 1 1 2 2 43 43 -

214

DECEMBER

TRIPS PASS 5 47 13 355 4 224 8 350 12 208 6 219 2 66 6 274 3 98 12 173 4 61 1 14 377 7 301 7 272 7 351 7 375 6 262 6 204 21 42 1 45 1 53 47 1,575 47 1,460 1 -

227

8,258

VEH 30 285 114 211 84 164 17 167 55 92 16 26 326 174 158 175 183 76 86 18 19 499 478 5

3,011

NOVEMBER TRIPS PASS 7 181 11 534 4 199 9 386 12 300 7 431 2 34 6 315 4 97 13 287 9 27 4 69 9 639 6 7 350 6 321 6 396 7 431 9 109 4 159 35 5 36 45 1,486 45 1,411 25

237

11,148

VEH 137 256 116 287 127 196 16 132 69 114 167 132 215 168 220 135 147 230 136 45 92 551 544 -

3,458

OCTOBER

TRIPS PASS 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 11 417 19 533 2 2 9 229 6 614 11 225 2 2 2 2 7 469 5 27 7 321 4 127 2 2 11 210 1 10 557 1 20 300 1 20 451 19 361 2 514 2 326 2 373 2 573 2 1 8 270 9 86 2 2 1 200 42 2,010 42 1,955 1 -

309

5,216

14,170

363

7,399

VEH 12 26 45 59 42 13 32 206 439 8 11 296 153 121 32 28 42 48 189 140 186 104 52 39 136 3 144 1 509 32 319 279 58 57 60 58 7 20 127 160 16 14 18 434 429 12 -

4,232

SEPTEMBER

PASS VEH TRIPS PASS 122 16 2 122 194 89 3 31 201 76 2 68 116 33 1 146 73 18 1 100 121 15 2 77 95 24 2 84 456 123 6 542 1,390 528 23 992 93 16 2 93 117 16 2 63 972 356 9 693 604 183 6 511 240 117 10 276 149 34 2 118 141 23 2 144 165 64 2 66 79 19 1 121 1,270 388 10 620 208 94 3 332 518 188 6 415 355 123 4 216 53 14 1 73 167 32 2 166 227 137 10 312 4 1 7 4 1 3 289 114 5 334 14 8 2 3,507 1,012 33 1,394 214 96 3 47 1,467 576 23 755 2,367 789 33 744 68 13 1 56 20 1 64 25 1 60 11 1 269 65 2 323 313 94 3 108 340 100 3 136 293 68 2 341 84 16 2 50 397 89 6 57 827 167 9 275 893 209 11 448 80 7 2 73 66 14 2 77 68 24 2 26 1,632 533 48 1,302 1,719 545 48 1,240 349 74 4 56 -

23,573

TRIPS 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 25 2 2 9 7 10 2 2 2 2 9 6 6 5 2 2 11 2 5 1 32 3 24 32 1 3 1 1 3 2 4 9 11 2 2 2 42 42 5 -

351

TOTAL

AUGUST

VEH 6 99 57 18 24 5 18 97 545 6 6 348 195 137 20 13 42 35 276 169 167 150 13 21 169 5 121 6 993 124 477 768 5 70 27 26 70 6 74 173 197 9 7 31 402 377 96 -

6,700

AKUTAN-DUTCH HARBOR CHENEGA BAY-CORDOVA CHENEGA BAY-KODIAK CHENEGA BAY-WHITTIER CHIGNIK-KODIAK CHIGNIK-SAND POINT COLD BAY-FALSE PASS COLD BAY-KING COVE CORDOVA-CHENEGA BAY CORDOVA-TATITLEK CORDOVA-VALDEZ CORDOVA-WHITTIER DUTCH HARBOR-AKUTAN FALSE PASS-AKUTAN HOMER-KODIAK HOMER-PORT LIONS HOMER-SELDOVIA KING COVE-COLD BAY KING COVE-SAND POINT KODIAK-CHENEGA BAY KODIAK-CHIGNIK KODIAK-HOMER KODIAK-PORT LIONS KODIAK-WHITTIER PORT LIONS-HOMER PORT LIONS-KODIAK SAND POINT-CHIGNIK SAND POINT-KING COVE SELDOVIA-HOMER TATITLEK-CORDOVA TATITLEK-VALDEZ VALDEZ-CORDOVA VALDEZ-TATITLEK VALDEZ-WHITTIER WHITTIER-CHENEGA BAY WHITTIER-CORDOVA WHITTIER-VALDEZ CHENEGA BAY-VALDEZ OLD HARBOR-KODIAK OLD HARBOR-SAND POINT KODIAK-OLD HARBOR SAND POINT-OLD HARBOR PORT LIONS-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-PORT LIONS KODIAK-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-KODIAK AKUTAN-COLD BAY PORT LIONS-WHITTIER SITKA-ANGOON JUNEAU-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-JUNEAU GUSTAVUS-PELICAN PELICAN-GUSTAVUS ANGOON-KAKE HOONAH-GUSTAVUS GUSTAVUS-HOONAH KETCHIKAN-ANNETTE BAY ANNETTE BAY-KETCHIKAN ANGOON-SITKA PELICAN-HOONAH

JULY PASS 174 178 148 179 150 131 115 273 1,496 110 138 1,034 569 363 190 137 121 187 819 614 526 421 104 183 387 15 314 17 3,342 228 1,350 2,417 10 319 82 86 329 85 385 851 844 109 92 101 1,217 957 495 -

22,392

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Monthly Cross-Gulf Link Volume (January - June)

VEH 181 113 -

TRIPS 3 2 -

5

294

TRIPS PASS 2 554 2 414 -

968

VEH 120 96 -

4

TRIPS PASS 2 250 3 234 -

JUNE

216

VEH 111 177 -

484

4

335

-

TRIPS PASS 2 154 2 194 -

MAY

5

VEH 115 101 -

TRIPS PASS 185 150 -

288

VEH -

APRIL

348

MARCH

216

FEBRUARY

-

TRIPS PASS 3 3 -

-

VEH 110 19

6

TOTAL

PASS 51 22

129

WHITTIER-YAKUTAT YAKUTAT-WHITTIER WHITTIER-JUNEAU JUNEAU-HOMER

JANUARY

73

LINK

Monthly Cross-Gulf Link Volume (July-December)

VEH -

TRIPS -

-

TRIPS PASS -

-

DECEMBER

-

VEH -

TRIPS PASS -

VEH -

NOVEMBER

-

-

TRIPS PASS 2 1 3

VEH 120 51 171

396

TRIPS PASS 2 278 3 118 -

OCTOBER

-

SEPTEMBER

5

VEH 135 162 297

TRIPS PASS 2 330 2 564 894

VEH 120 123 -

AUGUST

4

TOTAL

PASS 395 398 -

243

WHITTIER-YAKUTAT YAKUTAT-WHITTIER WHITTIER-JUNEAU JUNEAU-HOMER

JULY

793

LINK

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Stateroom Usage Alaska Marine Highway System, Annual Traffic Volume Report • 2014

These reports focus on stateroom usage and are similar to the Link Volume Summary Reports of Passengers and Vehicles. They show the percentage of cabins used on each link and are reported by geographic region and vessel. Regional reports of stateroom usage are displayed alphabetically by embarking port and capacity ratio. Individual vessel tables provide the link volume ratio by month. Of the eleven vessels in the AMHS fleet, six have staterooms: the MV Columbia, the MV Kennicott, the MV Taku, the MV Malaspina, the MV Matanuska, and the MV Tustumena. Please note that stateroom sales on the MV Malaspina in the summer are limited to onboard only. The years 2000 through 2014 Annual Traffic Volume Reports are based on counts from issued tickets (pre-sailing data). Years prior to 2000 were based on counts from used tickets (post-sailing data). 89


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Columbia Staterooms (103 Staterooms)

LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-WRANGELL SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG

JAN -

FEB -

MAR -

APR -

MAY -

JUN 94% 71% 28% 55% 81% 83% 81% 88% 82% 82% 26% 80% 82%

JUL 94% 69% 25% 57% 82% 96% 84% 88% 90% 88% 28% 90% 86%

AUG 89% 76% 31% 62% 82% 95% 82% 84% 87% 84% 29% 85% 82%

SEP 68% 67% 15% 46% 80% 96% 68% 70% 74% 73% 23% 75% 68%

OCT -

NOV -

DEC -

TOTAL 86% 70% 25% 55% 81% 93% 79% 82% 83% 81% 26% 82% 79%

AUG 81% 27% 30% 36% 72% 77% 83% 75% 29% 26% 27% 66% 68% 76%

SEP 25% 13% 15% 25% 1% 70% 54% 79% 43% 15% 10% 1% 13% 61% 63% 49%

OCT -

NOV -

DEC -

TOTAL 66% 21% 22% 25% 1% 66% 58% 71% 64% 22% 17% 1% 21% 58% 59% 55%

Kennicott Staterooms (109 Staterooms)

LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN CHENEGA BAY-KODIAK CHENEGA BAY-WHITTIER HOMER-KODIAK HOMER-SELDOVIA JUNEAU-KETCHIKAN JUNEAU-YAKUTAT KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-JUNEAU KODIAK-CHENEGA BAY KODIAK-HOMER SELDOVIA-HOMER WHITTIER-CHENEGA BAY WHITTIER-YAKUTAT YAKUTAT-JUNEAU YAKUTAT-WHITTIER

JAN -

FEB -

MAR 46% 15% 13% 17% 1% 50% 33% 51% 38% 13% 11% 1% 14% 42% 45% 30%

APR 53% 10% 9% 21% 45% 32% 39% 43% 8% 8% 10% 29% 29% 30%

MAY 74% 17% 20% 21% 2% 57% 50% 60% 62% 20% 18% 1% 17% 51% 52% 48%

JUN 85% 31% 37% 26% 1% 79% 80% 77% 88% 37% 20% 1% 31% 73% 73% 78%

JUL 92% 36% 22% 30% 1% 75% 79% 85% 84% 21% 20% 1% 35% 75% 79% 75%

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Malaspina Staterooms (72 Staterooms)

LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-WRANGELL SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG PETERSBURG-SITKA

JAN 73% 48% 6% 40% 72% 70% 61% 64% 61% 61% 7% 64% 58% -

FEB 72% 47% 8% 43% 66% 64% 68% 72% 55% 94% 55% 7% 57% 67% 71%

MAR 83% 36% 64% 72% 63% 61% -

APR -

MAY 93% 60% 25% 59% 74% 77% 83% 91% 65% 68% 21% 66% 83% -

JUN 95% 23% 7% 16% 85% 89% 84% 90% 88% 85% 9% 88% 86% -

JUL 5% 4% 6% 4% -

AUG 7% 3% 6% 4% -

SEP 6% 3% 5% 6% -

OCT 89% 64% 18% 56% 84% 93% 78% 84% 84% 82% 24% 82% 76% -

NOV 82% 55% 10% 49% 73% 83% 74% 86% 67% 66% 14% 70% 77% -

DEC 72% 45% 7% 45% 76% 81% 63% 76% 68% 70% 10% 65% 68% -

TOTAL 81% 19% 6% 17% 64% 75% 79% 72% 80% 69% 94% 69% 7% 69% 72% 71%

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Matanuska Staterooms (106 Staterooms)

LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-KAKE JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA KAKE-JUNEAU KAKE-PETERSBURG KAKE-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-PRINCE RUPERT KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-KAKE PETERSBURG-WRANGELL PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-KAKE SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG PETERSBURG-SITKA SKAGWAY-JUNEAU

JAN -

FEB -

MAR 66% 36% 8% 34% 48% 57% 39% 58% 57% 69% 36% 38% 7% 37% 55% -

APR 61% 36% 17% 37% 35% 48% 38% 55% 61% 42% 47% 45% 17% 39% 58% 51% 17%

MAY 67% 18% 11% 34% 29% 27% 43% 25% 37% 37% 13% 38% 45% 29% 23% 26% 32% 32% 8% 21% 38% -

JUN 32% 28% 41% 60% 28% 64% 91% 61% 25% 36% 51% 53% 51% 44% 40% 33% 91% 48% 15% 40% 52% -

JUL 53% 29% 48% 72% 43% 49% 50% 52% 59% 40% 53% 27% 54% 51% -

AUG 44% 14% 23% 62% 33% 47% 28% 31% 48% 21% 42% 25% 47% 30% -

SEP 31% 6% 12% 46% 22% 32% 10% 12% 33% 6% 26% 11% 33% 10% -

OCT -

NOV -

DEC -

TOTAL 64% 37% 18% 35% 47% 53% 42% 74% 48% 33% 38% 38% 42% 43% 46% 43% 28% 36% 91% 41% 17% 41% 42% 51% 17%

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Taku Staterooms (40 Staterooms)

LINK HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY HOONAH-JUNEAU HOONAH-KAKE HOONAH-SITKA JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-HOONAH JUNEAU-KAKE JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA KAKE-JUNEAU KAKE-PETERSBURG KAKE-SITKA KETCHIKAN-PRINCE RUPERT KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-KAKE PETERSBURG-WRANGELL PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN SITKA-HOONAH SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-KAKE SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-JUNEAU

JAN 8% 63% 59% 13% 63% 65% 40% 35% 26% 40% 17% 25% 31% 21% 19% 66% 39% 17% 26% -

FEB 7% 67% 68% 10% 67% 25% 35% 55% 23% 29% 38% 16% 20% 26% 24% 16% 60% 47% 33% 21% 22% -

MAR 16% 84% 53% 72% 22% 66% 60% 35% 88% 29% 51% 60% 15% 30% 85% 33% 34% 21% 83% 71% 64% 31% 33% -

APR 9% 87% 79% 22% 78% 43% 31% 51% 75% 33% 47% 33% 53% 41% 49% 86% 58% 30% 50% -

MAY 13% 30% 60% 40% 60% 60% 65% 17% 49% 44% 58% 31% 42% 55% 28% 27% 49% -

JUN -

JUL 62% 61% 71% 57% 88% 56% 73% 80% 54% 40% 40% 74% 58% 65% -

AUG 61% 62% 68% 59% 66% 60% 46% 62% 58% 35% 38% 70% 60% 56% -

SEP 46% 20% 33% 58% 44% 46% 22% 52% 47% 62% 29% 30% 30% 48% 19% 63% 59% 16% 46% 28% -

OCT 16% 78% 78% 16% 79% 55% 54% 26% 55% 41% 71% 31% 68% 31% 43% 33% 78% 90% 64% 15% 38% 32% -

NOV 20% 15% 70% 74% 32% 77% 70% 48% 78% 31% 36% 43% 36% 21% 35% 29% 28% 21% 68% 71% 50% 30% 25% 12%

DEC 8% 80% 23% 82% 49% 63% 39% 38% 44% 33% 28% 15% 33% 33% 18% 86% 68% 21% 28% 16%

TOTAL 15% 14% 75% 53% 73% 21% 73% 59% 43% 62% 39% 48% 55% 41% 34% 41% 42% 38% 29% 74% 57% 60% 47% 16% 36% 37% 14%

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Tustumena Staterooms (24 Staterooms)

LINK COLD BAY-KING COVE HOMER-KODIAK HOMER-PORT LIONS HOMER-SELDOVIA KING COVE-COLD BAY KING COVE-SAND POINT KODIAK-HOMER KODIAK-PORT LIONS PORT LIONS-HOMER PORT LIONS-KODIAK SAND POINT-KING COVE SELDOVIA-HOMER KODIAK-OLD HARBOR OLD HARBOR-KODIAK OLD HARBOR-SAND POINT SAND POINT-OLD HARBOR KODIAK-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-KODIAK OUZINKIE-PORT LIONS PORT LIONS-OUZINKIE KODIAK-WHITTIER PORT LIONS-WHITTIER JUNEAU-HOMER WHITTIER-JUNEAU KODIAK-CHIGNIK FALSE PASS-AKUTAN CHIGNIK-SAND POINT AKUTAN-DUTCH HARBOR COLD BAY-FALSE PASS CHIGNIK-KODIAK AKUTAN-COLD BAY SAND POINT-CHIGNIK DUTCH HARBOR-AKUTAN

JAN 51% 57% 69% 75% 67% 48% 40% 52% 40% 52% 29% 29% 13% 39% -

FEB 48% 43% 4% 49% 46% 46% 28% 4% 38% 51% 40% 51% -

MAR 58% 67% 4% 67% 58% 42% 54% 4% 21% 67% 21% 67% -

APR 52% 69% 42% 75% 73% 61% 52% 54% 29% 75% 29% 75% 83% 29% 33% 42% 38% -

MAY 40% 93% 64% 4% 54% 49% 63% 69% 74% 60% 77% 4% 67% 42% 71% 46% 96% 52% 67% 60% 48% 56% 42% 49% 47%

JUN 75% 81% 83% 5% 71% 85% 72% 81% 83% 72% 94% 7% 92% 96% 83% 75% 69% 69% 77% 77% 100% 71% 88% 81% 71% 88% 75% 83% 83%

JUL 77% 71% 88% 4% 92% 79% 85% 69% 92% 77% 96% 4% 58% 63% 67% 65% 96% 90% 90% 92% 90% 90% 73% 71% 79%

AUG SEP 69% 50% 53% 69% 90% 78% 8% 85% 69% 81% 65% 89% 89% 83% 74% 94% 80% 80% 72% 92% 100% 6% 8% 83% 92% 83% 92% 85% 73% 83% 75% 86% 73% 88% 75% 100% 94% 85% 58% 100% 81% 85% 81% 81% 60% 79% 85% 69% 46% 63% 54% 65% 52%

OCT 78% 89% 4% 83% 73% 73% 63% 80% 65% 82% -

NOV 71% 69% 86% 4% 76% 48% 61% 58% 62% 61% -

DEC 60% 64% 4% 54% 56% 71% 4% 48% 54% 49% 56% -

TOTAL 60% 68% 73% 5% 71% 70% 74% 68% 72% 63% 88% 6% 88% 94% 83% 83% 56% 64% 58% 67% 29% 29% 13% 39% 95% 67% 77% 77% 67% 76% 59% 60% 64%

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Stateroom Usage by Link SOUTHEAST LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU HAINES-SKAGWAY HOONAH-JUNEAU HOONAH-KAKE HOONAH-SITKA JUNEAU-HAINES JUNEAU-HOONAH JUNEAU-KAKE JUNEAU-KETCHIKAN JUNEAU-PETERSBURG JUNEAU-SITKA JUNEAU-YAKUTAT KAKE-JUNEAU KAKE-PETERSBURG KAKE-SITKA KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM KETCHIKAN-JUNEAU KETCHIKAN-PRINCE RUPERT KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL PETERSBURG-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-KAKE PETERSBURG-WRANGELL PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN SITKA-HOONAH SITKA-JUNEAU SITKA-KAKE SITKA-PETERSBURG SKAGWAY-HAINES WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN WRANGELL-PETERSBURG YAKUTAT-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-SITKA SKAGWAY-JUNEAU TOTAL

COUNT

STATEROOM MILES

CAPACITY

4,627 3,660 1,322 570 21 760 3,444 789 792 983 1,410 4,116 915 762 1,510 986 4,395 951 2,472 5,883 4,777 1,557 6,098 1,807 560 698 1,002 3,603 1,297 5,878 6,027 944 105 51 74,772

2,753,065 248,880 17,186 27,360 2,436 89,680 234,192 36,294 90,288 231,005 173,430 543,312 206,790 86,868 98,150 113,390 2,615,025 223,485 224,952 523,587 587,571 101,205 250,018 164,437 66,080 92,136 115,230 562,068 16,861 523,142 247,107 213,344 16,380 4,131 11,499,085

76% 29% 11% 75% 53% 73% 25% 73% 53% 66% 50% 64% 58% 43% 48% 51% 74% 64% 39% 49% 59% 42% 51% 29% 74% 52% 62% 61% 12% 50% 51% 59% 59% 15% -

SOUTHWEST LINK CHENEGA BAY-KODIAK CHENEGA BAY-WHITTIER COLD BAY-KING COVE HOMER-KODIAK HOMER-PORT LIONS HOMER-SELDOVIA KING COVE-COLD BAY KING COVE-SAND POINT KODIAK-CHENEGA BAY KODIAK-HOMER KODIAK-PORT LIONS PORT LIONS-HOMER PORT LIONS-KODIAK SAND POINT-KING COVE SELDOVIA-HOMER WHITTIER-CHENEGA BAY KODIAK-OLD HARBOR OLD HARBOR-KODIAK OLD HARBOR-SAND POINT SAND POINT-OLD HARBOR KODIAK-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-KODIAK OUZINKIE-PORT LIONS PORT LIONS-OUZINKIE KODIAK-WHITTIER PORT LIONS-WHITTIER KODIAK-CHIGNIK FALSE PASS-AKUTAN CHIGNIK-SAND POINT AKUTAN-DUTCH HARBOR COLD BAY-FALSE PASS CHIGNIK-KODIAK AKUTAN-COLD BAY SAND POINT-CHIGNIK DUTCH HARBOR-AKUTAN TOTAL

COUNT

STATEROOM MILES

CAPACITY

340 349 159 1,551 1,228 22 188 184 346 1,474 460 1,057 528 233 31 338 42 45 40 40 485 556 501 575 14 7 205 178 167 202 177 164 156 130 168 12,340

68,340 23,383 3,975 210,936 164,552 374 4,700 18,032 69,546 200,464 12,420 141,638 14,256 22,834 527 22,646 4,200 4,500 11,640 7,600 6,790 7,784 6,513 7,475 3,724 1,897 51,045 10,324 23,046 9,090 10,266 40,836 24,648 17,940 7,560 1,235,501

21% 22% 60% 37% 73% 3% 71% 70% 22% 34% 68% 72% 63% 88% 3% 21% 88% 94% 83% 83% 56% 64% 58% 67% 29% 29% 95% 67% 77% 77% 67% 76% 59% 60% 64% -

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Stateroom Usage by Capacity SOUTHEAST LINK BELLINGHAM-KETCHIKAN HOONAH-JUNEAU KETCHIKAN-BELLINGHAM SITKA-HOONAH HOONAH-SITKA JUNEAU-HOONAH JUNEAU-KETCHIKAN KETCHIKAN-JUNEAU JUNEAU-SITKA SITKA-KAKE SITKA-PETERSBURG PETERSBURG-JUNEAU YAKUTAT-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-SITKA JUNEAU-YAKUTAT JUNEAU-KAKE HOONAH-KAKE SITKA-JUNEAU KAKE-SITKA PETERSBURG-WRANGELL WRANGELL-PETERSBURG WRANGELL-KETCHIKAN JUNEAU-PETERSBURG KETCHIKAN-WRANGELL KAKE-PETERSBURG KAKE-JUNEAU PETERSBURG-KAKE KETCHIKAN-PRINCE RUPERT PRINCE RUPERT-KETCHIKAN HAINES-JUNEAU JUNEAU-HAINES SKAGWAY-JUNEAU SKAGWAY-HAINES HAINES-SKAGWAY TOTAL

COUNT

STATEROOM MILES

CAPACITY

4,627 570 4,395 560 760 789 983 951 4,116 1,002 3,603 4,777 944 105 915 792 21 698 986 6,098 6,027 5,878 1,410 5,883 1,510 762 1,557 2,472 1,807 3,660 3,444 51 1,297 1,322 74,772

2,753,065 27,360 2,615,025 66,080 89,680 36,294 231,005 223,485 543,312 115,230 562,068 587,571 213,344 16,380 206,790 90,288 2,436 92,136 113,390 250,018 247,107 523,142 173,430 523,587 98,150 86,868 101,205 224,952 164,437 248,880 234,192 4,131 16,861 17,186 11,499,085

76% 75% 74% 74% 73% 73% 66% 64% 64% 62% 61% 59% 59% 59% 58% 53% 53% 52% 51% 51% 51% 50% 50% 49% 48% 43% 42% 39% 29% 29% 25% 15% 12% 11% -

SOUTHWEST LINK KODIAK-CHIGNIK OLD HARBOR-KODIAK SAND POINT-KING COVE KODIAK-OLD HARBOR OLD HARBOR-SAND POINT SAND POINT-OLD HARBOR CHIGNIK-SAND POINT AKUTAN-DUTCH HARBOR CHIGNIK-KODIAK HOMER-PORT LIONS PORT LIONS-HOMER KING COVE-COLD BAY KING COVE-SAND POINT KODIAK-PORT LIONS FALSE PASS-AKUTAN COLD BAY-FALSE PASS PORT LIONS-OUZINKIE OUZINKIE-KODIAK DUTCH HARBOR-AKUTAN PORT LIONS-KODIAK COLD BAY-KING COVE SAND POINT-CHIGNIK AKUTAN-COLD BAY OUZINKIE-PORT LIONS KODIAK-OUZINKIE HOMER-KODIAK KODIAK-HOMER KODIAK-WHITTIER PORT LIONS-WHITTIER CHENEGA BAY-WHITTIER KODIAK-CHENEGA BAY CHENEGA BAY-KODIAK WHITTIER-CHENEGA BAY SELDOVIA-HOMER HOMER-SELDOVIA TOTAL

COUNT

STATEROOM MILES

CAPACITY

205 45 233 42 40 40 167 202 164 1,228 1,057 188 184 460 178 177 575 556 168 528 159 130 156 501 485 1,551 1,474 14 7 349 346 340 338 31 22 12,340

51,045 4,500 22,834 4,200 11,640 7,600 23,046 9,090 40,836 164,552 141,638 4,700 18,032 12,420 10,324 10,266 7,475 7,784 7,560 14,256 3,975 17,940 24,648 6,513 6,790 210,936 200,464 3,724 1,897 23,383 69,546 68,340 22,646 527 374 1,235,501

95% 94% 88% 88% 83% 83% 77% 77% 76% 73% 72% 71% 70% 68% 67% 67% 67% 64% 64% 63% 60% 60% 59% 58% 56% 37% 34% 29% 29% 22% 22% 21% 21% 3% 3% -

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Southeast Link Diagram (Diagrammatic - No Scale)

Yakutat

226/2

60

Haines

91/10 5

Gustavus

68 /78

62/71

23/26

Skagway

5 13/1

81/93

Pelican

48/55

Hoonah

Juneau

49/5 6

Tenakee

1 13 4/ 1 1

2

156/18 0

10 0/ 11 5 65/75

Kake

Petersburg 7 /4 41

In miles: nautical / statute

235/270

115/ 13

164/1 89

67/77

Sitka

60/69

Angoon

12 3

/152 132

/14 2

/90 78

35/40

4 13 6/ 11

11 8/ 13 6

63/72

228 /

262

Wrangell

1 nautical mile = 6,076.12 ft. 1 statute mile = 5,280 ft

89 02 /1

1 nautical mile = 1.15 Statute miles

Ketchikan

8/9

10 5

Metlakatla (ANB) 91 /

Cross-Gulf Link Diagram (Diagrammatic - No Scale)

595/685

Prince Rupert

Whittier 30 2

/5 518

/34 7

96

Yakutat 22 6 -2

60

Juneau Bellingham

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Southwest Link Diagram (Diagrammatic - No Scale)

78/90

Valdez

5 /2

87 /

22

74/85

10 0

Whittier

67/77

Tatitlek

266/

306

2 11

50 /58

/ 97 97/112

Cordova

Homer 3/ 25

0 /2 17

20 1/ 23 1

32 8/ 37 7

Chenega Bay

1 29

In miles: nautical / statute

Seldovia 7 15

134/15 4

6/ 13

1 nautical mile = 6,076.12 ft. 1 statute mile = 5,280 ft

48/55

1 nautical mile = 1.15 Statute miles

Kodiak

15

14 /

/ 13

16

Port Lions

96

/1 10

Ouzinkie

24 9/2

87

Old Harbor

Chignik 28

Dutch Harbor

7

58 /6

/2 9

King Cove

/119 103

13 /1 98

2 /5 45

False Pass

25

138/1 59

58/67

Akutan

182

9

/ 158

2 6/3

Cold Bay

Sand Point

98


ALASKA

Valdez Whittier Tatitlek Chenega Bay Cordova Homer Seldovia

Yakutat Haines

Skagway

Port Lions Gustavus Chignik

False Pass

Kodiak

Old Harbor

Cold Bay King Cove Dutch Harbor

Ouzinkie

Pelican Hoonah Tenakee

Juneau

Angoon

Sitka Kake Petersburg

Sand Point

Akutan

Wrangell

Ketchikan Metlakatla Prince Rupert

Bellingham

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