Table 3-13: Incoming Truck Container (Loaded) Crossings, U.S.-Canadian Border: 2007—2012

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  2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Alaska 7,591 7,061 7,059 10,141 10,469 9,920
Idaho 53,298 51,306 49,723 49,573 46,726 48,556
Maine 332,730 271,686 189,200 199,200 176,215 183,831
Michigan 2,220,447 1,957,860 1,541,803 1,805,476 1,734,025 1,732,268
Minnesota 47,637 42,473 38,300 40,189 40,575 35,160
Montana 162,053 144,612 119,215 112,774 127,790 129,789
New York 1,556,491 1,331,016 1,118,436 1,144,885 1,091,610 1,100,864
North Dakota 313,189 303,473 262,108 273,137 259,135 277,270
Vermont 213,092 217,949 195,304 169,036 163,909 162,117
Washington 455,501 370,447 376,156 367,020 398,462 388,999
United States, total 5,362,029 4,697,883 3,897,304 4,171,431 4,048,916 4,068,774

NOTES: Truck crossings do not represent the number of unique vehicles and include both loaded and unloaded trucks. Crossings do not include privately owned pickup trucks. The data for incoming trucks exceeds the data for truck containers loaded and unloaded (empty) because some incoming trucks do not carry a container. The states listed in the table comprise all states with truck entries at U.S.–Canada border.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, North American Border Crossing/Entry Data available at transborder.bts.gov/programs/international/transborder/TBDR_BC/TBDR_BC_Index.html as of May 2013.