TABLE 2-4-4 - U.S. Surface Trade with Canada and Mexico: January 2007-May 2008

TABLE 2-4-4 - U.S. Surface Trade with Canada and Mexico: January 2007-May 2008

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Millions of dollars

  U.S. - Canada Trade U.S. - Mexico Trade
Truck Rail Pipeline Truck Rail Pipeline
January 2007 24,331 7,046 4,505 18,264 2,851 88
February 2007 24,990 6,349 4,214 17,441 3,437 39
March 2007 29,044 8,531 4,504 20,058 3,953 80
April 2007 27,069 7,624 4,770 18,213 3,702 59
May 2007 28,425 7,906 4,841 20,265 4,078 58
June 2007 28,135 7,883 5,786 19,379 4,159 77
July 2007 24,194 6,660 4,983 18,397 3,481 58
August 2007 27,064 7,820 4,860 20,994 4,262 62
September 2007 27,570 7,980 4,438 18,930 4,309 78
October 2007 30,889 8,065 5,225 21,485 4,303 56
November 2007 29,029 8,239 4,848 19,998 4,249 96
December 2007 24,006 7,356 5,376 16,661 3,617 206
January 2008 25,507 7,016 6,337 18,876 3,441 87
February 2008 27,171 7,802 6,996 19,363 3,978 96
March 2008 28,374 8,461 6,642 18,814 3,886 100
April 2008 29,043 8,185 8,169 20,299 4,325 86
May 2008 29,120 8,523 7,584 20,078 4,162 160

NOTES: Surface freight is useful in monitoring the value and modal patterns of trade with Canada and Mexico, which are the United States's North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) partners. Overall, Canada is the largest U.S. trading partner and Mexico ranks third. Surface modes include not only truck, rail, and pipeline, but also government mail and other miscellaneous modes.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, available at http://www.bts.gov/ntda/tbscd/prod.html as of August 2008.