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Table 3-12: Incoming Truck Crossings, U.S.-Canadian Border: 2009—2014

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  2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Alaska 9,484 5,944 5,699 5,275 4,843 10,117
Idaho 58,390 63,927 64,992 69,633 69,125 71,408
Maine 335,671 344,612 334,310 328,974 321,728 305,326
Michigan 1,867,706 2,165,079 2,189,895 2,274,224 2,303,991 2,371,352
Minnesota 67,452 73,928 75,298 69,712 66,396 62,929
Montana 144,911 155,016 165,818 175,770 176,583 183,828
New York 1,398,201 1,451,605 1,463,269 1,474,122 1,476,360 1,514,443
North Dakota 363,076 380,838 386,711 412,873 396,412 422,452
Vermont 216,463 217,404 205,843 207,317 212,291 219,548
Washington 559,279 586,052 598,540 605,607 620,929 640,808
United States, total 5,020,633 5,444,405 5,490,375 5,623,507 5,648,658 5,802,211

NOTES: Truck crossings do not represent the number of unique vehicles and include both loaded and unloaded trucks. Crossings do not include privately owned pickup trucks. The data for incoming trucks exceeds the data for truck containers loaded and unloaded (empty) because some incoming trucks do not carry a container. The states listed in the table comprise all states with truck entries at U.S.–Canada border.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, North American Border Crossing/Entry Data, available at transborder.bts.gov/programs/international/transborder/TBDR_BC/TBDR_BC_Index.html as of June 2015.

Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017