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Table 3-14: Incoming Truck Container (Empty) Crossings, U.S.-Canadian Border: 2009—2014

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  2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Alaska 1,044 4,579 4,356 3,856 3,770 3,882
Idaho 8,510 8,755 12,788 16,633 21,634 22,570
Maine 131,192 144,724 133,641 141,840 98,972 99,883
Michigan 280,601 288,006 274,300 388,933 509,246 477,666
Minnesota 29,320 35,226 37,381 36,699 31,623 27,194
Montana 23,092 26,071 35,776 44,047 43,575 35,183
New York 277,995 308,783 315,926 321,025 323,218 310,682
North Dakota 102,566 111,243 132,504 139,638 120,910 113,272
Vermont 40,867 48,576 40,927 41,455 39,084 28,557
Washington 161,951 163,753 175,823 172,773 181,333 126,971
United States, total 1,057,138 1,139,716 1,163,422 1,306,899 1,373,365 1,245,860

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