Table 3.4 Top 10 U.S. Land Border Ports for Incoming Passenger and Personal Vehicle Crossings: 2004
10 U.S. Land Border Ports for Incoming Passenger and Personal Vehicle
(Daily annual average)
|Rank1||U.S. Customs port/crossing||Passengers crossing in personal vehicles||Crossings of personal vehicles||Share of personal vehicle crossings at U.S. land border ports (percent)|
|1||San Ysidro, CA||91,460||48,277||14.5|
|2||El Paso, TX||77,009||40,595||12.2|
|6||Otay Mesa, CA||32,440||16,969||5.1|
|7||Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY||36,151||16,847||5.1|
|10||San Luis, AZ||20,155||10,290||3.1|
|Total, top 10 ports||441,094||223,097||66.9|
|Total, North America||700,781||333,615||100.0|
1 Rankings are based on the number of personal vehicle crossings per day.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, special tabulation, July 2005; 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.