Table 2-6: Incoming Rail Container Crossings by State, U.S.-Canadian Border
Most freight trains enter the United States through five states: Michigan, Texas, Minnesota, New York, and North Dakota. Three border crossings -- Port Huron, MI, Detroit, MI, and International Falls, MN -- account for more than half of all containers coming in to the U.S. from Canada by rail.
|Total U.S. - Canada border||1,178,207||1,594,837||1,849,911|
Key: N = not applicable; NA = not available.
Note: Full or empty rail containers entering the U.S. The data include containers moving as in-bond shipments.
Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, special tabulation 2004, based on data from U.S. Customs Service, Mission Support Services, Office of Field Operations, Operations Management Database.