Transport

Transport statistics provide information on areas such as vehicle ownership as well as expenditure on transport. These statistics are obtained from sources including Household Income and Expenditure Surveys and Population and Housing Censuses.

1 - No Poverty2 - Zero Hunger3 - Good Health and Well-Being4 - Quality Education5 - Gender Equality6 - Clean Water and Sanitation7 - Affordable and Clean Energy8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth9 - Industry Innovation and Infrastructure10 - Reduced Inequalities11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities12 - Responsible Consumption and Production13 - Climate Action14 - Life Below Water15 - Life Land16 - Peace Justice and Strong Institutions17 - Partnerships Goals
Key Reports
  • American Samoa 2010 statistical yearbook
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  • American Samoa 2016 Statistical Yearbook
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  • American Samoa 2012 Statistical Yearbook
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  • Key Chart
    International passenger flights

    News & Publications

    Pacific Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose (PACCOICOP) 2020

    July 6, 2020
    The Pacific Classification of Individual Consumption According to Purpose 2020 (PACCOICOP 2020) is a regional classification of goods and services purchased by individuals and households in the Pacific Island countries and territories.

    The Economic and Social Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Pacific Island Economies

    April 29, 2020
    The ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic around the world has necessitated the Statistics Development Division (SDD) of the Pacific Community (SPC) to explore it’s impact on the Pacific Island economies.

    Provisional Pacific Sustainable Development Indicators

    April 24, 2018
    The first quadrennial Pacific Regional Sustainable Development Report will be released after the Pacific Forum Leaders meeting in Nauru in September 2018.

    Road Related Deaths

    May 11, 2017
    This week is Global Road Safety Week. Road traffic accidents and injuries are an important cause of premature deaths in the Pacific Islands, but are often poorly recorded in our cause of death data.