Table 6-2b Mexican Merchandise Trade With Canada and the United States by Mode of Transportation

Table 6-2b
Mexican Merchandise Trade With Canada and the United States by Mode of Transportation

(Thousands of U.S. short tons)

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  1990 1995 1996
Total trade with Canada N N N
Air a2 2 2
Water transport 1,571 b3778 3,095
Road N N N
Rail U U U
Pipeline NA NA NA
Exports to Canada N N N
Air a1 1 1
Water transport 1,159 b1893 1,089
Road N N N
Rail U U U
Pipeline NA NA NA
Imports from Canada N N N
Air a1 1 1
Water transport 412 b1885 2,006
Road N N N
Rail U U U
Pipeline NA NA NA
Total trade with the United States N N N
Air a77 128 155
Water transport 65,334 b79888 99,100
Road N N 42,690
Rail U U 16,667
Pipeline U U U
Exports to the United States N N N
Air a33 66 82
Water transport 54,784 b68010 85,592
Road N N 15,964
Rail U U 5,305
Pipeline U U U
Imports from the United States N N N
Air a44 62 74
Water transport 10,550 b11877 13,508
Road N N 26,727
Rail U U 11,362
Pipeline U U U

a Data for 1990 are nonexistent. Data in this table represent 1992.

b Data for 1995 are nonexistent. Data in this table represent 1994.

KEY: N = Data are nonexistent. NA = Not applicable. U = Data are unavailable.

SOURCES

Air: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil. Special tabulation. (Mexico City, D.F.: 1997).

Water transport: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Coordinación General de Puertos y Marina Mercante. (Mexico City,D.F.: 1998).

Road and rail, 1996: Instituto Mexicano del Transporte. Special tabulations based on data from the Secretaría de Comercio y FomentoIndustrial and U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. (Querétaro, Qro.: 1998).