Table 3-3: Hazardous Material Shipments by Selected State of Destination: 2002

Table 3-3: Hazardous Material Shipments by Selected State of Destination: 2002

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(Ranked by tons)

State Value ($ millions) Tons (thousands) Ton-miles (millions)
Texas 120,183 459,432 57,616
California 74,773 203,905 32,293
Louisiana 38,542 157,297 13,783
Ohio 28,692 105,770 17,208
Illinois 30,797 96,587 14,703
Florida 27,431 94,555 30,545
New Jersey 23,071 85,470 16,218
Michigan 23,135 68,731 8,682
Indiana 19,982 68,339 4,845
Pennsylvania 18,554 52,390 5,245
Tennessee 15,899 49,330 7,920
New York 15,474 48,093 8,663
Georgia 16,255 48,091 5,638
Washington 13,213 47,739 8,300
Kentucky 11,922 37,984 8,509
Mississippi 9,389 35,497 4,394
North Carolina 13,976 30,367 5,017
Alabama 9,613 30,093 4,003
Utah 6,261 27,951 2,295
Missouri 9,011 27,309 2,939
Top 20 states 526,173 1,774,930 258,816
All other states 134,008 416,587 67,911
United States, total 660,181 2,191,519 326,727

NOTE: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics and U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, 2002 Commodity Flow Survey: Hazardous Materials, Washington, DC: December 2004, Table 5b, available at http://www.bts.gov/publications/commodity_flow_survey/2002/hazardous_materials/ as of Jan. 26, 2009.