Table 3: Value of U.S.-NAFTA Trade Moved by All Modes by State, 2006 and 2007

Table 3: Value of U.S.-NAFTA Trade Moved by All Modes by State, 2006 and 2007

Ranked by 2007 U.S.-NAFTA All Mode Trade (Millions of current U.S. dollars)

U.S. - NAFTA Trade by All Modes

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U.S. State 2006 2007 Percent
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All U.S. states 866,099 908,888 4.9
Texas 141,027 147,333 4.5
Michigan 102,507 109,818 7.1
California 87,944 91,903 4.5
Illinois 49,769 52,703 5.9
New York 42,901 43,207 0.7
Ohio 40,475 41,507 2.6
Pennsylvania 26,794 26,821 0.1
Washington 21,732 24,367 12.1
Indiana 22,034 22,977 4.3
Tennessee 22,099 22,100 0.0
New Jersey 18,068 21,359 18.2
Minnesota 16,132 18,027 11.8
North Carolina 14,874 15,952 7.3
Kentucky 14,646 15,419 5.3
Wisconsin 14,860 15,245 2.6
Arizona 13,936 14,298 2.6
Georgia 14,500 14,200 -2.1
Florida 12,105 13,878 14.6
Massachusetts 12,416 13,421 8.1
Louisiana 10,709 11,917 11.3
Missouri 11,317 11,363 0.4
Iowa 8,440 8,952 6.1
South Carolina 8,148 8,140 -0.1
Connecticut 8,627 8,122 -5.9
Oregon 7,817 7,780 -0.5
Mississippi 7,313 7,756 6.1
New Hampshire 6,949 7,425 6.8
Colorado 6,439 6,750 4.8
Virginia 6,583 6,665 1.2
Kansas 6,143 6,070 -1.2
Alabama 5,660 6,066 7.2
Maryland 4,913 5,801 18.1
Montana 4,304 5,019 16.6
Vermont 4,340 4,072 -6.2
Oklahoma 4,135 3,858 -6.7
Nebraska 2,977 3,787 27.2
Maine 3,218 3,356 4.3
West Virginia 2,779 3,074 10.6
Arkansas 2,811 2,953 5.1
Utah 3,219 2,934 -8.8
North Dakota 2,335 2,887 23.6
Wyoming 3,130 2,872 -8.3
Nevada 2,061 2,183 5.9
Delaware 2,123 2,092 -1.4
Rhode Island 2,044 1,749 -14.5
Idaho 1,487 1,475 -0.8
New Mexico 1,214 1,421 17.0
South Dakota 1,185 1,286 8.5
Alaska 984 925 -6.0
Hawaii 198 154 -21.9
District of Columbia 141 121 -14.2
US State Unknown 33,538 35,326 5.3

1 All modes include - Truck, Rail, Pipeline, Mail, Air, Vessel, and Other. "Other" includes other modes, for example; flyaway aircraft and vessels moving under their own power, where the conveyance itself is the shipment.

NOTES: Total for all U.S. states includes data for shipments where the U.S. state of origin or destination was unknown. For U.S. imports, the state of destination reflects the state of the importer of record; this state may not always represent the ultimate physical destination of shipments. For U.S. exports, the state of origin typically reflects the state of origin where the goods were grown, manufactured, or otherwise produced. However, in some instances it may not always reflect the actual state of physical origin.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Transborder Freight Data as of October 2008.