Table 8a. Weight of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Destination: 2002

Table 8a. Weight of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Destination: 2002

(Thousands of tons)

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State of destination Total1 Truck Rail Water Air (including truck and air)
Alabama 225,432 153,085 52,405 6,112 S
Alaska 36,168 14,742 S 364 46
Arizona 131,719 90,221 36,287 S 29
Arkansas 127,587 93,013 23,687 S 7
California 973,826 782,431 75,424 8,239 820
Colorado 134,356 105,506 23,883 34
Connecticut 59,164 53,392 1,140 2,616 S
Delaware 47,312 26,529 S S 3
District of Columbia 6,432 5,424 S S 18
Florida 541,905 382,706 102,757 36,942 S
Georgia 387,847 297,640 78,826 S 69
Hawaii 24,995 11,494 661 69
Idaho 33,719 27,151 4,476 3
Illinois 672,904 485,408 119,101 18,484 184
Indiana 428,530 277,490 83,134 S 17
Iowa 190,663 147,336 29,839 S 7
Kansas 185,853 149,349 27,536 12
Kentucky 266,383 166,233 28,776 30,215 66
Louisiana 561,053 131,068 33,355 266,795 15
Maine 25,955 22,561 1,898 S 2
Maryland 188,575 149,546 32,710 1,578 39
Massachusetts 92,619 83,080 5,252 S S
Michigan 366,357 259,325 51,842 15,920 114
Minnesota 274,798 195,219 61,565 6,639 45
Mississippi 106,481 66,019 17,606 3,674 13
Missouri 237,221 169,686 46,526 S 45
Montana 45,309 23,626 S 4
Nebraska 114,810 86,122 24,650 S 4
Nevada 60,943 45,906 5,238 20
New Hampshire 34,240 30,564 1,884 S 11
New Jersey 279,581 206,175 27,425 12,152 105
New Mexico 51,087 29,792 13,888 S S
New York 286,042 231,705 27,884 12,147 263
North Carolina 327,948 234,097 73,329 S 29
North Dakota 82,075 36,231 11,734 S S
Ohio 584,902 367,477 90,881 50,244 96
Oklahoma 144,384 104,278 24,661 S 13
Oregon 187,449 131,118 20,728 S 21
Pennsylvania 399,523 287,946 63,618 12,515 100
Rhode Island 16,509 14,355 489 S 2
South Carolina 163,527 119,583 40,208 S S
South Dakota 38,857 32,751 2,671 S
Tennessee 272,961 198,474 36,637 S S
Texas 1,179,581 594,235 231,195 72,660 204
Utah 81,952 58,581 9,606 12
Vermont 16,466 15,575 413 S
Virginia 273,849 225,657 38,564 2,452 30
Washington 248,558 163,656 37,491 13,941 194
West Virginia 131,725 55,571 39,084 11,751 S
Wisconsin 248,800 168,705 61,698 S 15
Wyoming 68,986 35,003 16,675 3

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.