Table 5a. Value of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Origin: 2007

Table 5a. Value of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Origin: 2007

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[Millions of dollars]

Origin State All Modes1 Truck Rail Water Air (incl truck and air) Multiple Modes
Alabama 182,785 138,230 12,388 710 849 27,897
Alaska 18,184 8,032 S 2,896 1,241 1,050
Arizona 164,820 123,371 1,811 Z 8,545 27,542
Arkansas 101,915 84,263 3,827 771 1,000 9,894
California 1,341,220 893,972 15,202 2,787 48,014 294,387
Colorado 125,093 85,521 3,472 Z 6,469 26,222
Connecticut 142,787 103,878 600 Z 11,067 25,678
Delaware 34,757 23,000 S S 1,014 5,031
District of Columbia 2,876 2,407 Z Z 2 365
Florida 399,941 306,131 4,870 186 7,249 70,344
Georgia 377,718 317,143 5,066 S 8,303 39,711
Hawaii 22,043 10,381 Z 469 721 2,098
Idaho 38,452 25,373 2,199 S S 6,860
Illinois 639,177 435,723 21,298 5,559 7,866 122,640
Indiana 355,503 281,871 19,276 S 2,046 43,337
Iowa 156,920 126,849 10,203 1,130 1,227 14,415
Kansas 149,210 105,121 7,362 Z 11,722 18,114
Kentucky 241,879 164,037 S 2,210 1,082 17,714
Louisiana 269,932 100,403 29,502 38,905 891 34,164
Maine 30,893 24,982 1,168 S 329 3,996
Maryland 131,252 105,910 1,172 S 3,109 18,830
Massachusetts 212,121 149,201 484 S 7,959 48,332
Michigan 409,172 303,534 32,814 300 2,977 61,199
Minnesota 237,290 151,458 9,151 1,555 5,607 57,661
Mississippi 90,753 69,408 3,617 4,814 304 6,791
Missouri 225,954 162,243 7,221 2,966 S 36,704
Montana 21,583 12,699 3,259 Z 106 1,975
Nebraska 76,148 56,836 6,618 Z 153 11,025
Nevada 53,126 41,574 47 Z 630 9,783
New Hampshire 38,482 24,286 9 Z 3,465 10,156
New Jersey 422,581 303,512 3,393 S 9,466 76,073
New Mexico 31,388 20,285 1,404 S 849 5,718
New York 549,674 394,628 2,759 S 10,293 127,459
North Carolina 363,549 311,617 4,235 S 5,399 32,719
North Dakota 26,743 18,626 4,821 Z S 2,209
Ohio 563,187 437,806 23,740 457 3,173 81,159
Oklahoma 116,806 93,940 5,381 Z 550 8,085
Oregon 146,886 101,093 3,353 1,859 5,262 28,450
Pennsylvania 489,415 374,836 18,514 S 4,136 75,080
Rhode Island 28,662 22,634 S Z 476 5,212
South Carolina 155,619 129,869 5,628 S 1,318 16,217
South Dakota 26,677 20,452 2,095 Z 64 3,482
Tennessee 433,270 355,137 4,664 709 10,008 56,784
Texas 1,166,608 692,717 75,871 31,287 22,015 155,352
Utah 106,690 63,493 S Z 3,028 18,504
Vermont 17,919 14,407 97 Z 515 2,582
Virginia 194,444 156,076 4,262 35 2,001 26,897
Washington 215,515 127,098 5,218 3,717 S 46,714
West Virginia 49,842 32,332 9,262 743 S 6,087
Wisconsin 263,658 214,839 3,537 S 2,834 36,297
Wyoming 23,753 12,555 6,485 Z 18 1,727

KEY: Z Represents data cell equal to zero. S Estimate does not meet publication standards because of high sampling variability or poor response quality.

1 "All Modes" 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.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publications/commodity_flow_survey/index.html

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 Commodity Flow Survey, individual state data, July 2010.