Table 5a. Value of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Origin: 2002

Table 5a. Value of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Origin: 2002

(Millions of dollars)

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State of origin Total1 Truck Rail Water Air (including truck and air)
Alabama 127,727 101,595 11,530 S 1,246
Alaska 8,032 4,620 1,181 516 294
Arizona 111,273 73,237 2,208 S 17,221
Arkansas 91,967 78,165 3,044 S S
California 923,669 625,530 9,718 1,789 51,996
Colorado 93,184 64,155 2,775 6,965
Connecticut 82,477 61,768 121 1,673
Delaware 20,348 14,481 S 59 228
District of Columbia 3,707 3,576 S S
Florida 296,989 226,639 6,701 320 10,922
Georgia 270,703 224,029 9,527 S S
Hawaii 13,480 7,484 S 362
Idaho 28,471 19,094 2,234 S 4,367
Illinois 442,130 328,191 14,877 4,917 3,639
Indiana 291,458 225,612 11,600 1,153 S
Iowa 115,396 92,849 8,528 1,096 S
Kansas 95,285 69,645 9,141 S 4,271
Kentucky 189,390 157,473 6,955 S 1,100
Louisiana 139,843 55,481 17,128 35,103 133
Maine 32,355 25,307 2,178 S 537
Maryland 121,356 104,030 1,618 S 1,105
Massachusetts 200,813 145,408 S S S
Michigan 388,571 303,640 16,881 503 2,931
Minnesota 166,430 114,842 5,579 2,481 6,949
Mississippi 94,897 82,103 3,204 1,960 S
Missouri 185,392 134,904 19,652 1,043 2,170
Montana 12,447 8,281 1,865 396
Nebraska 61,797 49,569 3,015 293
Nevada 40,756 27,748 484 1,931
New Hampshire 31,191 19,541 S S 1,887
New Jersey 286,580 210,095 2,293 4,383 3,889
New Mexico 14,907 11,118 898 S 314
New York 318,775 231,714 3,484 163 7,051
North Carolina 293,604 264,443 2,772 S 2,825
North Dakota 18,921 13,126 2,627 S 74
Ohio 494,278 377,110 33,146 1,082 3,453
Oklahoma 77,576 60,450 7,250 165 650
Oregon 102,600 73,655 5,272 S 7,075
Pennsylvania 354,399 287,156 4,389 S 5,066
Rhode Island 21,035 14,475 S 3 406
South Carolina 143,194 126,452 6,968 S 1,135
South Dakota 26,430 15,634 1,449 1,161
Tennessee 286,576 229,373 5,263 S 14,359
Texas 589,064 379,531 37,571 16,268 12,428
Utah 61,515 45,233 3,366 1,659
Vermont 16,238 12,571 146 S
Virginia 164,557 137,943 3,206 S 3,069
Washington 177,395 89,594 4,874 2,304 S
West Virginia 38,479 28,536 5,590 580 71
Wisconsin 217,451 172,120 4,190 S 1,993
Wyoming 12,106 5,675 3,649 19

KEY:
– Represents data cell equal to zero or less than 1 unit of measure.
S Estimate does not meet publication standards because of high sampling variability or poor response quality.

1 "Total" include shipments by other modes not separately listed on this table, such as pipeline and multimodal shipments such as parcel, postal and courier; truck and rail; truck and water; rail and water; other multiple combinations, and unknown modes. Hence the sum of the four modes shown here will not equal the total.

NOTES: The appendices provide information on confidentially protection, sampling error, nonsampling error, sample design, and definitions. Links to this information on the Internet may be found at www.census.gov/cfs.
Coverage for the 2002 Commodity Flow Survey (CFS) differs from the previous surveys due to a change from the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification System to the 1997 North American Industry Classification System and other survey improvements. Therefore, data users are urged to use caution when comparing 2002 CFS estimates with estimates from prior years.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics and U.S. Census Bureau, 2002 Commodity Flow Survey, Individual States Data, May 2005.