Table 6a. Value of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Destination: 2002

Table 6a. Value of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Destination: 2002

(Millions of dollars)

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State of destination Total1 Truck Rail Water Air (including truck and air)
Alabama 124,308 95,719 5,305 1,066 3,013
Alaska 13,620 6,057 1,181 309 1,430
Arizona 118,892 87,895 3,327 S 4,911
Arkansas 78,105 65,549 2,751 S 741
California 894,487 617,877 26,265 S 46,119
Colorado 104,508 77,197 3,220 2,836
Connecticut 75,329 56,030 937 393 1,459
Delaware 30,719 24,209 1,047 S 393
District of Columbia 14,154 9,073 S S 1,115
Florida 404,644 297,680 9,594 7,410 13,932
Georgia 295,406 237,550 14,132 343 5,494
Hawaii 20,963 7,484 1,651 2,244
Idaho 27,887 21,150 880 S
Illinois 416,154 313,419 17,459 1,780 8,690
Indiana 244,031 188,327 9,237 S 1,751
Iowa 88,753 70,981 3,996 S 649
Kansas 87,391 68,307 2,615 1,627
Kentucky 159,694 125,545 8,775 1,815 4,822
Louisiana 159,495 79,306 10,302 34,333 964
Maine 29,237 23,244 671 S 270
Maryland 151,521 119,729 5,275 155 2,603
Massachusetts 159,884 120,711 2,152 S 2,880
Michigan 406,942 338,376 11,519 S 4,744
Minnesota 161,310 116,203 7,428 116 1,726
Mississippi 77,779 58,869 4,737 573 562
Missouri 177,887 138,840 10,048 191 3,191
Montana 23,295 17,532 400 504
Nebraska 52,477 40,480 2,052 S 1,228
Nevada 69,013 56,777 1,009 3,252
New Hampshire 32,191 24,506 257 S 900
New Jersey 266,867 196,087 7,579 3,001 6,527
New Mexico 34,118 23,882 731 S 1,501
New York 372,472 266,758 5,335 1,552 22,395
North Carolina 257,179 213,232 6,518 884 3,478
North Dakota 24,047 16,886 2,352 S 373
Ohio 413,206 303,275 22,657 4,179 8,883
Oklahoma 82,848 65,553 1,541 131 1,777
Oregon 94,427 68,055 2,116 912 2,237
Pennsylvania 328,278 260,255 8,966 764 6,215
Rhode Island 18,147 14,046 284 S 375
South Carolina 128,514 106,392 8,477 S 1,041
South Dakota 20,137 14,086 264 372
Tennessee 200,245 157,617 5,241 S 5,459
Texas 719,284 496,349 38,942 16,430 16,056
Utah 62,354 45,147 3,035 1,436
Vermont 17,751 14,040 192 76
Virginia 198,879 161,263 5,637 162 4,308
Washington 223,300 122,768 9,416 2,016 S
West Virginia 36,747 29,025 2,250 388 289
Wisconsin 182,785 145,492 S S 1,439
Wyoming 15,548 10,174 S 110

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.