Table 9a. Ton-miles of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Origin: 2007

Table 9a. Ton-miles of Commodity Flows for Selected Mode of Transportation by State of Origin: 2007

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[Millions of ton-miles]

Origin State All Modes1 Truck Rail Water Air (incl truck and air) Multiple Modes
Alabama 58,222 30,088 20,504 S 32 6,381
Alaska 12,633 665 S 7,589 S S
Arizona 24,207 19,702 1,867 Z 116 2,126
Arkansas 40,027 23,067 8,011 1,804 7 6,684
California 180,976 131,440 16,641 673 1,543 23,132
Colorado 76,804 16,219 55,964 Z 27 4,348
Connecticut 11,702 9,937 501 Z S 1,006
Delaware 4,422 2,331 468 S 4 681
District of Columbia 57 50 Z Z - S
Florida 73,811 48,420 8,346 S 121 16,202
Georgia 70,173 54,402 10,145 S 67 4,541
Hawaii 1,547 242 Z 247 118 444
Idaho 20,153 9,365 7,888 S S 2,578
Illinois 180,924 64,408 38,773 35,515 104 32,214
Indiana 75,389 44,600 20,442 S 41 8,805
Iowa 73,213 27,735 26,200 7,230 S S
Kansas 41,690 22,681 14,628 Z 85 4,028
Kentucky 111,257 25,016 64,033 7,567 46 14,278
Louisiana 107,733 26,703 30,047 25,342 S 20,191
Maine 9,826 6,488 1,810 S 6 1,435
Maryland 16,713 12,820 1,214 S S 2,364
Massachusetts 13,335 11,364 606 S 67 1,094
Michigan 66,965 38,094 10,396 5,725 45 11,094
Minnesota 114,425 31,270 37,065 13,055 56 32,324
Mississippi 34,461 17,894 5,440 5,895 4 3,786
Missouri 77,099 32,641 13,575 22,107 72 7,178
Montana 62,620 5,239 43,862 Z S 12,411
Nebraska 50,805 14,568 32,123 Z 10 3,658
Nevada 9,531 7,751 723 Z 43 947
New Hampshire 3,311 2,891 11 Z 11 305
New Jersey 37,087 23,719 5,028 S 148 6,245
New Mexico 9,470 4,041 3,719 S 3 S
New York 73,793 52,917 3,144 S 108 S
North Carolina 52,366 41,290 5,232 S 110 4,727
North Dakota 31,700 5,506 23,737 Z S 1,597
Ohio 96,370 58,488 19,719 2,041 133 14,200
Oklahoma 40,620 22,498 12,777 Z S 4,659
Oregon 49,849 27,962 9,889 379 21 11,083
Pennsylvania 88,690 54,596 21,077 S 107 9,732
Rhode Island 1,945 1,543 S Z 10 S
South Carolina 30,835 22,291 3,938 S 69 4,104
South Dakota 21,268 6,379 11,755 Z 1 3,079
Tennessee 67,397 51,159 7,450 1,199 26 6,706
Texas 252,819 110,160 70,343 11,141 323 39,329
Utah 40,249 13,250 22,768 Z S 3,426
Vermont 3,643 2,281 1,226 Z 2 83
Virginia 50,629 25,963 21,942 S S 1,919
Washington 62,811 28,746 7,970 S 116 18,752
West Virginia 85,627 6,332 66,958 1,784 S 10,426
Wisconsin 64,301 37,728 13,557 S 49 S
Wyoming 559,160 7,166 538,992 Z 1 S

KEY: Z Represents data cell equal to zero. S Estimate does not meet publication standards because of high sampling variability or poor response quality. - Less than half the unit shown; thus, it has been rounded to zero.

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 http://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.