Figure 3.2 U.S. Land Border Ports with 1 Million or More Incoming Personal Vehicle Crossings: 2004

Figure 3.2
U.S. Land Border Ports with 1 Million or More Incoming Personal Vehicle Crossings: 2004

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FROM CANADA

Rank in 2004 Port Personal Vehicle Crossings
1 Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY 6,148,983
2 Detroit, MI 6,131,426
3 Blaine, WA 2,524,256
4 Port Huron, MI 1,995,988
5 Calais, ME 1,200,379
6 Massena, NY 1,070,672
7 Champlain-Rouses Pt., NY 1,001,278

FROM MEXICO

Rank in 2004 Port Personal Vehicle Crossings
1 San Ysidro, CA 17,621,030
2 El Paso, TX 14,817,206
3 Brownsville, TX 7,211,401
4 Hidalgo, TX 7,183,674
5 Laredo, TX 6,725,119
6 Otay Mesa, CA 6,193,568
7 Calexico, CA 5,641,994
8 San Luis, AZ 3,755,829
9 Eagle Pass, TX 3,580,066
10 Nogales, AZ 3,571,230
11 Calexico East, CA 3,159,892
12 Douglas, AZ 2,087,450
13 Del Rio, TX 1,881,858
14 Roma, TX 1,223,819
15 Tecate, CA 1,183,222
16 Progreso, TX 1,120,869

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, special tabulation, February 2006; based on data from the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Management Reporting, Data Warehouse CD-ROM, May 2005.