Table C-14 U.S.-NAFTA Trade by State for All Surface Modes: 2001

Table C-14
U.S.-NAFTA Trade by State for All Surface Modes: 2001

(Millions of current dollars)

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U.S. state1 Total U.S.-NAFTA surface trade U.S.-Canada U.S. -Mexico
Michigan 89,327 61,787 27,540
Texas 77,324 14,972 62,352
California 53,845 21,623 32,222
New York 31,748 27,133 4,616
Ohio 28,335 22,919 5,417
Illinois 28,023 22,750 5,273
Pennsylvania 15,697 11,947 3,751
Indiana 15,270 9,745 5,525
Washington 14,585 13,382 1,203
Tennessee 11,891 8,097 3,794
North Carolina 11,047 6,289 4,758
Arizona 10,287 2,150 8,137
Georgia 9,903 6,541 3,362
New Jersey 9,569 7,736 1,833
Wisconsin 9,131 7,595 1,537
Minnesota 8,332 7,354 978
Massachusetts 7,975 6,958 1,017
Kentucky 7,319 5,431 1,888
Florida 7,067 4,471 2,596
Missouri 6,344 4,694 1,650
South Carolina 5,815 4,067 1,747
Virginia 5,426 3,717 1,709
Vermont 4,453 4,427 26
Connecticut 4,326 3,356 970
Oregon 3,879 3,398 481
Iowa 3,872 3,311 562
Alabama 3,845 2,591 1,253
Kansas 3,571 2,924 647
Maryland 2,862 2,085 778
Colorado 2,722 2,192 529
Maine 2,695 2,657 37
Oklahoma 2,121 1,629 492
Arkansas 2,022 1,630 391
Montana 1,909 1,863 46
Utah 1,902 1,659 242
Louisiana 1,882 1,509 374
New Hampshire 1,725 1,402 323
North Dakota 1,716 1,616 100
Mississippi 1,647 864 783
Nebraska 1,593 1,097 497
Delaware 1,517 1,099 418
Wyoming 1,310 1,254 56
West Virginia 1,174 1,095 79
Nevada 992 888 105
Idaho 893 813 80
Rhode Island 869 725 144
South Dakota 611 531 80
New Mexico 473 252 221
Alaska 303 275 28
District of Columbia 122 109 13
Hawaii 60 57 3
Total, all U.S. states 547,312 346,515 200,797

1 States are ranked by total U.S.-NAFTA surface trade.

NOTE: U.S. state surface trade value equals imports to the U.S. state of destination plus exports from the U.S. state of origin. 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. The U.S. state of origin typically reflects the state of origin where the goods were grown, manufactured or otherwise produced. In some instances, however, it may not always reflect the actual state of physical origin. Shipments for Hawaii are intermodal and are included in this dataset, because a portion of the shipment moves by a land mode from either its origin or final destination. Total for all U.S. states includes data where the state of origin or destination was unknown.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Transborder Surface Freight Data, as of January 2002.