(Value in Current U.S. Dollars ($))
(a) U.S. exports to Mexico by truck
|U.S. State of Origina||Mexican State of Destinationb||Export Value|
(b) Imports from Mexico to the United States by truck
|Mexicod||US State of Destinatione||Import Value|
|All Mexican States||All U.S. States||76,447,963,851|
|All Mexican States||Texas||19,449,947,087|
|All Mexican States||California||15,452,495,772|
|All Mexican States||Michigan||4,726,663,941|
|All Mexican States||North Carolina||3,929,354,706|
|All Mexican States||Arizona||3,711,362,178|
|All Mexican States||Ohio||3,202,656,440|
|All Mexican States||Indiana||3,083,635,482|
|All Mexican States||Illinois||2,396,025,982|
|All Mexican States||New York||2,371,483,270|
|All Mexican States||Tennessee||1,632,923,638|
|All Mexican States||Georgia||1,630,116,671|
|All Mexican States||Florida||1,394,334,230|
|All Mexican States||Pennsylvania||1,370,591,783|
|All Mexican States||South Carolina||1,323,575,060|
|All Mexican States||Virginia||1,153,153,063|
|All Mexican States||Kentucky||1,129,142,892|
|All Mexican States||Missouri||1,115,795,879|
|All Mexican States||Oregon||1,015,710,986|
|All Mexican States||New Jersey||1,006,736,330|
|All Mexican States||Connecticut||674,730,782|
a The US state of origin typically refers to the state of origin where the goods were grown,manufactured or otherwise produced. In some instances, however it may notalways reflect the actual province of physical origin
c Baja California Norte and Baja California: Baja California Norte isnot officially a Mexican state. Due to a Census Bureau error in geographic identification,it was listed as a Mexican state until May 1998. The actual Mexican state is Baja California.The total amount of trade for this state would be the sum of the Baja California Norte andBaja California categories shown in this table.
U.S. state: For U.S. exports to Mexico, the U.S. state is based on the state of origin as reported on official U.S. trade documents, which typically refer to the state of origin where the goods were grown, manufactured, or otherwise produced. For U.S. imports from Mexico, the U.S. state of destination reflects the state of the importer of record.This state may not always represent the ultimate physical destination of shipments.
Mexican state: For U.S. exports to Mexico, the Mexican state of destination is the state where the ultimate consignee is located, and may not always be the state of final destination. For U.S. imports from Mexico, it is not possible to obtain the Mexican state of origin due to the existing filing requirements of trade documentation.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Transborder Surface Freight data, special tabulation, December 2000.