Figure 9 - Tonnage of Inbound and Outbound Rail Shipments: 2003

Figure 9 - Tonnage of Inbound and Outbound Rail Shipments: 2003

(Million short tons)

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State Outbound Inbound
Alabama 42.93 51.85
Alaska 8.32 8.32
Arizona 4.87 25.25
Arkansas 20.11 28.09
California 64.82 98.13
Colorado 38.53 28.35
Connecticut 1.65 2.02
Delaware 1.16 5.70
District of Columbia 0.16 0.01
Florida 72.28 100.35
Georgia 37.60 83.96
Hawaii NA NA
Idaho 10.97 9.90
Illinois 133.45 188.76
Indiana 53.35 62.80
Iowa 43.42 36.83
Kansas 19.73 25.99
Kentucky 91.72 41.11
Louisiana 38.51 30.39
Maine 3.84 3.51
Maryland 8.05 23.68
Massachusetts 2.66 9.59
Michigan 38.46 54.34
Minnesota 52.66 45.79
Mississippi 13.55 18.14
Missouri 17.32 81.01
Montana 37.55 4.67
Nebraska 22.09 19.65
Nevada 2.74 8.35
New Hampshire 0.86 1.43
New Jersey 11.23 22.74
New Mexico 14.48 3.31
New York 10.86 24.84
North Carolina 13.87 60.08
North Dakota 22.51 9.08
Ohio 67.56 99.50
Oklahoma 22.21 32.48
Oregon 15.64 25.13
Pennsylvania 59.92 63.35
Rhode Island 0.40 0.47
South Carolina 16.94 33.62
South Dakota 8.61 3.15
Tennessee 20.02 37.39
Texas 109.05 193.00
Utah 22.60 12.69
Vermont 0.83 1.17
Virginia 52.30 59.30
Washington 22.88 40.93
West Virginia 114.27 35.91
Wisconsin 17.19 71.94
Wyoming 376.54 16.74

KEY: NA = Not Applicable

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, based on Surface Transportation Board carload, Rail waybill sample data.