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Table 3. Flow of Goods Through States on the U.S.-Canada Border by All Modes of Transportation

Ranked by 2017 Value, (millions of current dollars)

Dataset Table:

State 2016 2017 Percent Change 2016 - 2017
Value Rank Value Rank
Michigan 211,909 1 222,854 1 5.2
New York 120,379 2 117,409 2 -2.5
North Dakota 35,512 3 41,019 3 15.5
Washington 32,231 4 34,419 4 6.8
Minnesota 14,370 5 17,355 5 20.8
Montana 13,982 6 16,210 6 15.9
Maine 9,436 7 10,084 7 6.9
Vermont/New Hampshire 9,099 8 9,394 8 3.2
Idaho 5,571 9 6,435 9 15.5
Alaska 923 10 1,053 10 14.2

Notes:

Percent change based on numbers prior to rounding.  
Vermont and New Hampshire data have been combined, as data for the port of entry at Beecher Falls includes three crossings, two in Vermont and one in New Hampshire.  Data only include trade between the United States and Canada.

Source:

Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, https://www.bts.gov/transborder as of March 2018.