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  • Two transportation modes – rail and air – carried more U.S. freight by value with North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) partners Canada and Mexico in September 2016 compared to September 2015 as total freight on all modes decreased 2.3 percent to $91.1 billion in current dollars, according to the TransBorder Freight Data released today by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS).
  • Figure 1. U.S.-NAFTA Freight Value Percent Change from Previous Year (Last 24 months) SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data Two transportation modes air and truck carried more cross-border freight by value in August 2016 compared to August 2015, resulting in a 0.7 percent increase to $93.1 billion in the
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    All transportation modes except rail carried less cross-border freight by value in July 2016 compared to July 2015 resulting in a 10.0 percent decrease to $83.7 billion in the total current dollar value of freight moved.
  • Figure 1. Percent Change in Value of U.S.-NAFTA Freight Flows by Mode: June 2015-2016 SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data All transportation modes except air carried less cross-border freight by value in June 2016 compared to June 2015 resulting in a 6.4 percent decrease to $92.7 billion in the total current
  • Figure 1. Percent Change in Value of U.S.-NAFTA Freight Flows by Mode: May 2015-2016 SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data Trucks carried more U.S. freight by value with North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) partners Canada and Mexico in May 2016 compared to May 2015 but declines in all other freight modes led

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