Table 3-11: U.S. Surface Merchandise Imports from Canada and Mexico: 2007

Table 3-11: U.S. Surface Merchandise Imports from Canada and Mexico: 2007

(Short Tons)

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State Imports from Canada Imports from Mexico
Total (short tons) Truck (percent) Rail (percent) Other1 (percent) Total (short tons) Truck (percent) Rail (percent) Other1 (percent)
Alabama 1,578,804 23 77 <0.5 144,135 85 15 <0.5
Alaska 116,611 71 29 <0.5 1,871 99 Z Z
Arizona 1,019,284 22 78 <0.5 2,956,604 89 11 <0.5
Arkansas 565,619 41 59 <0.5 101,585 84 16 <0.5
California 7,593,456 31 68 0.7 6,279,927 92 8 <0.5
Colorado 4,784,366 11 25 64 158,343 60 38 2
Connecticut 1,307,960 57 38 5 232,332 60 40 <0.5
Delaware 670,421 29 42 29 22,556 45 55 Z
District of Columbia 22,529 77 23 Z 10,206 100 Z Z
Florida 2,182,876 30 70 <0.5 426,992 86 14 <0.5
Georgia 2,725,365 34 66 <0.5 826,692 88 12 <0.5
Hawaii 40,034 99 1 <0.5 88 100 Z Z
Idaho 1,694,417 30 70 <0.5 26,946 56 44 <0.5
Illinois 43,327,135 7 15 78 3,683,196 28 72 <0.5
Indiana 6,617,542 28 53 18 486,413 89 11 <0.5
Iowa 2,824,042 28 71 2 186,741 87 13 <0.5
Kansas 972,335 27 46 27 104,576 74 26 <0.5
Kentucky 2,246,965 46 54 <0.5 486,518 83 17 <0.5
Louisiana 826,183 19 81 <0.5 81,630 52 48 Z
Maine 3,062,877 54 35 11 3,685 93 7 <0.5
Maryland 1,551,513 43 55 2 230,416 59 41 <0.5
Massachusetts 3,188,104 62 38 <0.5 146,888 93 7 <0.5
Michigan 18,483,671 48 29 23 4,193,854 33 67 <0.5
Minnesota 21,197,481 8 22 70 260,668 84 15 <0.5
Mississippi 456,598 37 63 <0.5 71,587 85 0 15
Missouri 1,942,586 34 66 <0.5 611,748 84 16 <0.5
Montana 11,281,443 15 5 81 1,186 100 Z Z
Nebraska 1,255,539 43 57 Z 29,971 87 13 <0.5
Nevada 678,644 23 77 <0.5 74,304 96 4 <0.5
New Hampshire 1,144,138 54 45 <0.5 20,453 100 Z Z
New Jersey 4,439,656 41 23 36 449,872 73 27 <0.5
New Mexico 151,970 22 78 <0.5 332,747 54 46 <0.5
New York 9,272,378 79 20 1 1,011,077 94 6 <0.5
North Carolina 2,764,386 33 67 <0.5 586,566 93 6 <0.5
North Dakota 3,606,335 43 47 10 7,419 94 6 Z
Ohio 16,139,292 28 23 49 812,676 88 12 Z
Oklahoma 1,037,089 18 44 38 152,110 98 2 <0.5
Oregon 6,034,076 19 81 <0.5 368,767 97 3 <0.5
Pennsylvania 8,803,892 50 42 8 706,042 68 32 <0.5
Rhode Island 225,300 77 23 <0.5 22,298 85 15 Z
South Carolina 1,252,535 42 58 <0.5 176,480 89 3 8
South Dakota 627,256 56 44 Z 26,017 23 77 <0.5
Tennessee 3,425,999 24 76 <0.5 789,702 79 18 3
Texas 6,287,485 26 66 8 14,315,346 79 19 2
Utah 1,030,319 31 65 4 47,664 98 2 <0.5
Vermont 1,526,102 69 31 <0.5 8,776 80 20 Z
Virginia 1,625,387 40 60 <0.5 121,974 95 5 <0.5
Washington 11,934,456 30 23 48 183,327 60 40 Z
West Virginia 718,472 37 63 <0.5 262,202 3 97 Z
Wisconsin 6,463,026 22 60 18 781,568 90 10 <0.5
Wyoming 5,776,522 3 4 93 6,694 36 64 Z
United States, total2 238,539,781 27 34 38 43,033,407 73 26 1

1 Includes pipeline, mail, imports into Foreign Trade Zones, and other imports by modes not elsewhere classified.

2 The sum of states may not add to U.S. totals, because the totals include imports to unknown destinations.

KEY: Z = No activity.

NOTE: For the category "Other" for Canada, approximately 99.7 percent of the weight arrives by pipeline. For the category "Other" for Mexico, approximately 58.4 percent of the weight is via Foreign Trade Zones, and approximately 26.4 percent of the weight arrives by pipeline. Data in metric tons can be obtained from the Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Transborder Freight Database available at http://www.bts.gov/itt/ as of February 2008.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Transborder Freight Data, available at http://www.bts.gov/programs/international/transborder/ as of Mar.. 20, 2008.