(With crossing and entry detail)
|Rank in 2001||U.S. port||Annual truck trade value (millions of $)||Value per day (millions of $)||Annual incoming truck crossings||Truck crossings per day|
|U.S.-North American trade||395,425||1,083||11,081,868||30,361|
|3||Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY||47,196||129||1,123,971||3,079|
|4||El Paso, TX||34,697||95||660,583||1,810|
|5||Port Huron, MI||29,955||82||828,802||2,271|
|Rank in 2001||U.S. port||Annual rail trade value (millions of $)||Value per day (millions of $)||Annual incoming rail container||Rail container entries per day|
|U.S.-North American trade||92,617||254||2,361,997||6,471|
|2||Port Huron, MI||22,914||63||449,299||1231|
|4||Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY||10,497||29||150,525||412|
|5||International Falls-Ranier, MN||4,012||11||205,430||563|
NOTE: Rail containers represent the number of container entries, not the number of unique containers. Data represent the number of truck crossings, not the number of unique vehicles, and include both loaded and unloaded trucks. Port rank is based on tradee value for 2001. Truck and rail value data include both import and export trade.
SOURCE: Truck crossings and rail entries- U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, June 2002; based on data from U.S. Customs Service, Mission Support Services, Office of Field Operations, Operations Management CD, 2001. Truck and rail trde value-U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Transborder Surface Freight Data, as of June 2002.