Table 1-16 U.S. Domestic Dry-Cargo Barge Trade Flow by Region, 2000

Table 1-16
U.S. Domestic Dry-Cargo Barge Trade Flow by Region, 2000

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Shipped from Where received
Alaska Far West Great Lakes Hawaii Middle Atlantic Northeast Plains Puerto Rico Rocky Mt. Southeast Southwest Other Total
Southeast 1 45,216 18,794 964 6,754 1,355 137,987 5,578 57 216,706
Great Lakes 35,474 5,263 4,482 71,745 402 76 117,442
Plains 4,964   65 13,165 31,700 955 50,849
Middle Atlantic 4,195 31,517 2,198 63 205 8,805 176 47,159
Far West 525 12,698 210 9 1   13,443
Southwest 838 37 281 17 2,846 3,762 4 7,785
Hawaii 6 6,230 20 6,255
Alaska 925 335 1,131 2,392
Northeast 594 1,491 7 265 2,357
Rocky Mt 761 a 761
Puerto Rico 139 4 159 302
Other 20 2 115 2 a 138
Total 1,470 13,801 90,688 6,441 56,408 4,653 24,745 1,588 9 253,622 10,876 1,288 465,587

aLess than 500 metric tons.

KEY: — = not available.

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center, Waterborne Commerce of the United States, calendar year 2000, computer file.

  • Southeast accounted for 47 percent of total domestic dry-cargo barge trade in 2000.