Table 7a. Weight of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Origin: 2002

Table 7a. Weight of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Origin: 2002

(Thousands of tons)

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State of origin Total1 Truck Rail Water Air (including truck and air)
Alabama 216,383 152,285 49,082 S S
Alaska 36,498 14,266 S 1,529 42
Arizona 100,872 79,060 13,812 S 140
Arkansas 120,127 93,587 15,801 4,993 34
California 903,954 767,680 21,358 8,673 636
Colorado 150,476 106,093 36,148 43
Connecticut 48,894 47,291 489 10
Delaware 30,988 21,383 895 S 2
District of Columbia 1,407 1,388 S S
Florida 455,084 361,197 S S 238
Georgia 339,846 301,838 27,180 S 76
Hawaii 23,659 11,494 547 13
Idaho 34,971 26,666 5,898 S 11
Illinois 718,351 497,573 88,500 56,725 110
Indiana 397,829 291,532 57,902 14,935 S
Iowa 232,544 163,776 45,536 8,635 S
Kansas 192,854 159,838 23,685 S 23
Kentucky 336,341 159,849 106,722 32,887 23
Louisiana 495,703 130,369 29,927 220,917 5
Maine 32,121 26,660 3,735 S 21
Maryland 165,399 157,023 4,499 S 20
Massachusetts 75,123 70,702 S S 38
Michigan 331,190 245,249 22,399 27,980 109
Minnesota 336,237 199,281 53,733 36,124 58
Mississippi 98,720 68,359 8,650 10,460 S
Missouri 254,827 189,434 31,118 S 65
Montana 89,547 22,292 51,400 34
Nebraska 101,684 79,225 20,778 6
Nevada 44,210 37,957 3,444 19
New Hampshire 33,751 30,651 S S 9
New Jersey 237,847 180,400 5,987 21,868 S
New Mexico 48,841 20,272 22,084 S 2
New York 249,551 225,444 7,320 S S
North Carolina 276,004 241,308 S S 77
North Dakota 88,302 37,627 16,412 S S
Ohio 546,095 387,982 72,295 24,486 124
Oklahoma 136,033 97,147 21,256 1,112 S
Oregon 158,053 132,229 17,197 1,626 S
Pennsylvania 399,764 295,816 62,755 12,020 69
Rhode Island 19,389 18,836 S S 8
South Carolina 142,708 125,103 15,805 S 28
South Dakota 52,286 37,034 11,680 10
Tennessee 270,265 223,648 17,308 S S
Texas 1,082,596 584,922 146,341 72,177 146
Utah 109,672 72,361 21,829 S
Vermont 16,218 14,624 1,121 3
Virginia 268,935 216,324 45,359 1,947 38
Washington 259,594 159,578 26,931 S 205
West Virginia 275,583 57,618 151,686 17,566 1
Wisconsin 229,502 169,843 37,956 S 55
Wyoming 401,092 30,721 329,697 S

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.