Total 623. 3 711. 8 734. 6 380. 1 429. 3 445. 2 6,079. 3 7,062. 0 7,320. 7 Air 4 4 4 1 1 1 7 5 8 Water transport 60. 4 50. 5 48. 8 30. 6 31. 8 31. 6 1,014. 0 985. 4 991. 9



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Domestic Freight Activity by Mode

(Millions of metric tons)
Canada Mexico United States
1990 1995 1996 1990 1995 1996 1990 1995 1996
Total 623.3 711.8 734.6 380.1 429.3 445.2 6,079.3 7,062.0 7,320.7

Air 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.1 0.1 0.1 7.7 8.5 9.8

Water transport 60.4 50.5 48.8 30.6 31.8 31.6 1,014.0 985.4 991.9

Coastal shipping 26.2 22.6 21.1 30.6 31.8 31.6 270.9 241.9 242.6

Great Lakes 10.6 7.7 8.8 NA NA NA 99.9 105.3 104.2

Inland waterwaysa 23.6 20.2 18.9 NA NA NA 643.2 638.1 645.1


Pipeline 221.4 290.6 303.5 U U U 1,416.2 1,551.6 1,611.8

Crude oil and petroleum

products 145.8 174.5 183.4 U U U 958.9 1,017.0 1,067.8

Natural gas 75.6 116.1 120.1 U U U 457.3 534.6 544.0


Rail 191.8 203.0 200.0 34.7 30.7 30.2 1,292.6 1,405.8 1,461.4

Road 149.3 167.3 181.9 314.7 366.7 383.3 2,348.7 3,110.7 3,245.9

aCommercially navigable.

KEY: NA = Not applicable. U = Data are unavailable.

NOTES

Canada

Road: Includes only activity of Canadian domiciled for-hire carriers with annual intercity revenues greater than or equal to 1 million

Canadian dollars; excludes local (less than 24 kilometers) deliveries and deliveries made by private trucks and small for-hire carriers.

Pipeline: Data are for both oil pipelines and natural gas.



Mexico

Total: Does not include data for pipelines because the data are unavailable.

Road: Includes only intercity truck activity on the Mexican federal highway system.

United States

Road: Data are for intercity for-hire and private truck only.

Pipeline: Data are for both oil pipelines and natural gas.

SOURCES

Canada

Air: Statistics Canada. Canadian Civil Aviation, Catalogue No. 51-206-XPB. (Ottawa, Ont.: various years).

Coastal shipping, Great Lakes and inland waterways and rail: Transport Canada. Economic Analysis Directorate based on Statistics

Canada data. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).

Pipeline: Statistics Canada. Oil Pipeline Transport, Catalogue No. 55-201-XPB, and Gas Utilities Transport and Distribution Systems,

Catalogue No. 57-205-XPB. (Ottawa, Ont.: various years).

Rail: Transport Canada. Economic Analysis Directorate, based on Statistics Canada data. (Ottawa, Ont: 1998).

Road: Statistics Canada. Trucking in Canada, Catalogue No. 53-222-XPB. (Ottawa, Ont.: various years).

Mexico

Air: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil. La Aviación Mexicana en Cifras 1990-1996.

(Mexico City, D.F.: 1998).

Water transport: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Coordinación General de Puertos y Marina Mercante. Los Puertos



Mexicanos en Cifras 1990-1996. (Mexico City, D.F.: 1997).

Rail: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Based on data from Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México. Series Estadísticas 1990,



1995 and 1996. (Mexico City, D.F.: various years).

Road: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Dirección General de Autotransporte Federal. (Mexico City, D.F.: 1998).


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Domestic Freight Activity by Mode-Continued


United States

Air: U.S. Department of Transportation. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Office of Airline Information. Air Carrier Traffic Statistics.

(Washington, DC: various years).

Coastal shipping, Great Lakes and inland waterways: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Waterborne Commerce of the U.S., Part 5. (New

Orleans, LA: Annual issues).

Pipeline, crude oil and petroleum products: Association of Oil Pipe Lines. Shifts in Petroleum Transportation. (Washington, DC: various

years).

Pipeline, natural gas: U.S. Department of Transportation. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Special tabulation based on Department



of Energy data. (Washington, DC: 1999).

Rail: Association of American Railroads. Railroad Facts, 1997. (Washington, DC: 1997).

Road: Eno Transportation Foundation, Inc. Transportation in America, 1997. (Lansdowne, VA: 1997).
t a b l e 5-2

Domestic Freight Activity by Mode

(Billions (thousand millions) of metric ton-kilometers)
Canada Mexico United States
1990 1995 1996 1990 1995 1996 1990 1995 1996
Total 520.7 602.8 614.3 154.1 206.0 212.7 5,070.0 5,784.7 5,916.2

Air 0.5 0.6 0.6 0.9 1.2 1.0 10.9 15.6 16.0

Water transport 53.7 42.5 40.2 19.3 20.0 19.9 1,217.0 1,179.3 1,116.4

Coastal shipping 14.0 10.5 10.3 19.3 20.0 19.9 699.5 642.9 595.8

Great Lakes 7.3 5.1 5.4 NA NA NA 89.0 87.2 85.2

Inland waterwaysa 32.4 26.9 24.5 NA NA NA 428.5 449.2 435.5


Pipeline 212.2 273.9 280.6 U U U 1,259.5 1,338.9 1,364.6

Crude oil and petroleum

products 102.8 103.9 105.0 U U U 852.8 877.6 904.0

Natural gas 109.4 170.0 175.6 U U U 406.7 461.3 460.6


Rail 199.6 220.0 221.4 25.0 22.0 21.0 1,509.6 1,906.3 1,979.7

Road 54.7 65.8 71.5 108.9 162.8 170.8 1,073.1 1,344.6 1,439.5

aCommercially navigable.

KEY: NA = Not applicable. U = Data are unavailable.

NOTES

Canada

Road: Data include only activity of Canadian domiciled for-hire carriers with annual intercity revenues greater than or equal to 1 million

Canadian dollars. Data excludes local (less than 24 kilometers) deliveries, and deliveries made by private trucks and small for-hire

carriers.

Pipeline: Data are for both oil pipelines and natural gas.

Mexico

Total: Does not include data for pipelines because the data are unavailable.

Road: Includes only intercity truck activity on the Mexican federal highway system.

United States

Pipeline: Data are for both oil pipelines and natural gas.

Road: Data are for intercity for-hire and private truck only.

SOURCES

Canada

Air: Statistics Canada. Canadian Civil Aviation, Catalogue No. 51-206-XPB. (Ottawa, Ont.: various years).

Coastal shipping, Great Lakes and inland waterways and rail: Transport Canada. Economic Analysis Directorate based on Statistics

Canada data. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).

Pipeline: Statistics Canada. Oil Pipeline Transport, Catalogue 55-201-XPB, and Gas Utilities Transport and Distribution Systems,

Catalogue No. 57-205-XPB. (Ottawa, Ont.: various years).

Rail: Transport Canada. Economic Analysis Directorate, based on Statistics Canada data. (Ottawa, Ont: 1998).

Road: Statistics Canada. Trucking in Canada, Catalogue No. 53-222-XPB. (Ottawa, Ont.: various years).

Mexico

Air: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil. La Aviación Mexicana en Cifras 1990-1996.

(Mexico City, D.F.: 1997).

Water transport: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Coordinación General de Puertos y Marina Mercante. Los Puertos



Mexicanos en Cifras 1990-1996. (Mexico City, D.F.: 1997).

Rail: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Based on data from Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México. Series Estadísticas 1990,



1995 and 1996. (Mexico City, D.F.: various years).

Road: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Dirección General de Autotransporte Federal. (Mexico City, D.F.: 1998).


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Domestic Freight Activity by Mode-Continued


United States

Air: U.S. Department of Transportation. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Office of Airline Information. Air Carrier Traffic Statistics.

(Washington, DC: various years).

Coastal shipping, Great Lakes and inland waterways: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Waterborne Commerce of the U.S., Part 5. (New

Orleans, LA: Annual issues).

Pipeline, crude oil and petroleum products: Association of Oil Pipe Lines. Shifts in Petroleum Transportation. (Washington, DC: various

years).

Pipeline, natural gas: U.S. Department of Transportation. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Special tabulation based on Department



of Energy data. (Washington, DC: 1999).

Rail: Association of American Railroads. Railroad Facts, 1997. (Washington, DC: 1997).

Road: Eno Transportation Foundation, Inc. Transportation in America, 1997. (Lansdowne, VA: 1997).
t a b l e 5-3a

Top Canadian Domestic Freight Commodities

by Mode: 1996

(Millions of metric tons)


Mode of transportation Total Mode of transportation Total
Air Road

N N Forest products 40.3

Live animals and food products 24.0

Pipeline Petroleum products 23.1

Natural gas 120.1 Construction materials 18.4

Crude oil 118.9 Steel 14.4

Petroleum products 64.5 Water transport

Iron ore 7.0

Rail Pulpwood and chips 6.7

Bituminous coal 39.8 Wheat 4.8

Iron ore and concentrates 37.4 Stone and limestone 4.7

Wheat 20.3 Fuel oil 4.3

Muriate of potassium (potash) 12.3 Intermodal

Pulpwood and chips 11.7 N N


KEY: N = Data are nonexistent.

SOURCES

Pipeline: Statistics Canada. Oil Pipeline Transport, Catalogue No. 55-201-XPB, 1996. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1997). Statistics Canada. Gas



Utilities, Transport and Distribution Systems, Catalogue No. 57-205-XPB, 1996. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1997).

Rail: Statistics Canada. Rail in Canada, Catalogue No. 52-216-XPB, 1996. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).

Road: Statistics Canada. Transportation Division. Special for-hire trucking tabulations for Transport Canada. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).

Water transport: Transport Canada. Economic Analysis Directorate. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998). (Tabulations derived from Statistics Canada’s

Marine Database.)
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Top Mexican Domestic Freight Commodities

by Mode: 1996

(Millions of metric tons)


Mode of transportation Total Mode of transportation Total
Air Road

N N Miscellaneous manufactured articles 51.2

Salt, sulfur, plaster and cement 36.0

Pipeline Mineral fuels, oils and waxes 28.9

Crude oil U Edible fruits and vegetables 19.9

Natural gas U Beverages, spirits and vinegar 18.6

Petroleum products U Water transport

Crude oil and petroleum products 19.4

Rail Limestone 7.3

Cement 9.3 Salt 6.3

Corn 5.9 Iron ore pellets 1.4

Iron ore 3.9 Cement 0.1

Coal 2.8 Intermodal

Fuel oil 2.4 N N


KEY: U = Data are unavailable. N = Data are nonexistent.

NOTES

Road and water transport: Data are for 1993.

Road and rail: Data include foreign trade merchandise.

SOURCES

Rail: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Based on data from the Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México. Series Estadísticas,



1996. (Mexico City, D.F.: 1997).

Road: Instituto Mexicano del Transporte based on the vehicle’s weight and dimensions study. (Sanfandila, Qro.: 1997).

Water transport: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Coordinación General de Puertos y Marina Mercante. (Mexico City,

D.F.: 1997).


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Top U.S. Domestic Freight Commodities

by Mode: 1993

(Millions of metric tons)


Mode of transportation Total Mode of transportation Total
Air Road

Machinery, excluding electricals 0.46 Nonmetallic minerals 1,364.6

Chemicals or allied products 0.32 Petroleum or coal products 900.6

Electrical machinery, equipment or supplies 0.25 Food or kindred products 674.2

Transportation equipment 0.24 Lumber or wood products, excluding furniture 529.0

Instruments, photographic and optical goods, 0.09 Chemicals or allied products 281.7

watches or clocks

Water transport

Petroleum and petroleum products 844.2



Pipeline

Crude materials 327.1

Crude oil 925.0

Coal 272.5

Petroleum products 771.9

Food and farm products 244.3

Natural gas 502.6

Chemicals and related products 119.4


Rail Intermodal (road and rail combination)

Coal 572.5 Transportation equipment 6.9

Farm products 158.7 Chemicals or allied products 1.9

Nonmetallic minerals 131.5 Food or kindred products 1.7

Petroleum or coal products 123.6 Lumber or wood products, excluding furniture 1.5

Chemicals or allied products 118.2 Pulp, paper or allied products 1.4


SOURCES

Air, road and rail: U.S. Department of Commerce. U.S. Census Bureau. 1993 Commodity Flow Survey. Special tabulation.

(Washington, DC: 1998).

Pipeline: U.S. Department of Transportation. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Special tabulation. (Washington, DC: 1998).

Water transport: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Waterborne Commerce of the United States, Calendar Year 1996; Part 5 -

National Summaries. (New Orleans, LA: 1997).
t a b l e 5-4a

Top Canadian Domestic Freight Interprovincial Pairs

by Mode: 1996

(Thousands of metric tons)


Mode of transportation Total Mode of transportation Total
Air Québec to Ontario 6,845

N N Alberta to British Columbia 3,048

British Columbia to Alberta 2,060

Pipeline

Alberta to Saskatchewan 1,781

N N

Water transport

Rail

Ontario to Québec 6,187

Alberta to British Columbia 29,335

Québec to Ontario 5,963

Newfoundland to Québec 20,875

Nova Scotia to Newfoundland 810

Saskatchewan to British Columbia 12,890

Nova Scotia to Québec 745

Saskatchewan to Ontario 8,249

Nova Scotia to New Brunswick 680

Ontario to Québec 4,677
Road Intermodal

Ontario to Québec 7,002 N N


KEY: N = Data are nonexistent.

NOTE: Data represent one-way flows.

SOURCES

Rail: Transport Canada. Economic Analysis Directorate. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998). (Rail data adapted by Transport Canada from Statistics

Canada sources.)

Road: Statistics Canada. Transportation Division. Special for-hire trucking tabulations for Transport Canada. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).

Water transport: Transport Canada. Economic Analysis Directorate. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998). (Tabulations derived from Statistics Canada’s

Marine Database.)


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Top U.S. Domestic Freight Interstate Pairs

by Mode: 1993

(Thousands of metric tons)


Mode of transportation Total Mode of transportation Total
Air Illinois to Indiana 18,008

California to Texas 39 Pennsylvania to New Jersey 16,991

California to New Jersey 27 Michigan to Ohio 15,056

Indiana to California 22 New Jersey to New York 14,587

New Jersey to California 16

Water transport

California to Georgia 15

Illinois to Louisiana 18,416

Pipeline Missouri to Louisiana 11,088

N N West Virginia to Pennsylvania 10,938

Louisiana to Texas 8,828

Rail

Iowa to Louisiana 8,628

Wyoming to Texas 37,608

Intermodal

West Virginia to Virginia 21,640



(road and rail combination)

Wyoming to Kansas 19,472

Kentucky to Michigan 988

Wyoming to Missouri 18,507

California to Michigan 313

Illinois to Indiana 17,200

Ohio to California 298

Road Illinois to California 261

Indiana to Illinois 25,978 Michigan to Florida 163


KEY: N = Data are nonexistent.

NOTE: Data represent one-way flows.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce. U.S. Census Bureau. 1993 Commodity Flow Survey. Special tabulation. (Washington, DC:

1998).
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Top Canadian Domestic Freight Area Pairs

by Mode: 1996

(Thousands of metric tons)
Mode of transportation Total Mode of transportation Total
Air Toronto, Ont. to Hamilton, Ont. 964

N N Montréal, Que. to Québec, Que. 919


Pipeline Water transport

N N Sept-Îles/Pte-Noire, Que. to Hamilton, Ont. 3,294

Havre-St-Pierre, Que. to Sorel, Que. 2,447

Rail Port-Cartier, Que. to Hamilton, Ont. 2,065

N N Colborne, Ont. to Clarkson, Ont. 1,824

Fraser River, B.C. to East Coast

Road

Vancouver Island, B.C. 1,625

Hamilton, Ont. to Toronto, Ont. 2,716

Toronto, Ont. to Montréal, Que. 2,061 Intermodal

Montréal, Que. to Toronto, Ont. 1,623 N N
KEY: N = Data are nonexistent.

NOTE: Data represent one-way flows. Water data represent port to port pairs rather than metropolitan area pairs.

SOURCES

Road: Statistics Canada. Transportation Division. Special for-hire trucking tabulations for Transport Canada. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).

Water transport: Transport Canada. Economic Analysis Directorate. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998). (Tabulations derived from Statistics Canada’s

Marine Database.)


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Top Mexican Domestic Freight Area Pairs

by Mode: 1996

(Thousands of metric tons)


Mode of transportation Total Mode of transportation Total
Air Road

Mexico City, D.F. to Guadalajara, Jal. 6 Mexico City, D.F. to Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. 12,700

Mexico City, D.F. to Tijuana, B.C. 5 Mexico City, D.F. to Monterrey, N.L. 7,400

Mexico City, D.F. to Cancún, Q. Roo. 4 Mexico City, D.F. to Guadalajara, Jal. 6,100

Guadalajara, Jal. to Mexico City, D.F. 4 Mexico City, D.F. to Veracruz, Ver. 4,700

Mexico City, D.F. to Monterrey, N.L. 4 Mexico City, D.F. to Toluca, Edo. de Mex. 4,400


Pipeline Water transport

U U Guerrero Negro, B.C.S. to Isla de Cedros, B.C. 7,400

Pajaritos, Ver. to Tuxpan, Ver. 4,000

Rail

Salina Cruz, Oax. to Guaymas, Son. 2,300

Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. to Monterrey, N.L. 1,553

Salina Cruz, Oax. to Manzanillo, Col. 2,100

Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. to Mexico City, D.F. 1,271

Salina Cruz, Oax. to Lázaro Cárdenas, Mich. 1,300

Veracruz, Ver. to Mexico City, D.F. 803

Ciudad Sahagún, Hgo. to Mexico City, D.F. 783 Intermodal

Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. to Guadalajara, Jal. 697 N N
KEY: N = Data are nonexistent. U = Data are unavailable.

NOTES

Data represent one-way flows.

Rail: Figures of 1993, based on allocation studies (see Appendix B).

Road: Figures of 1994, from a survey of motor carrier vehicles on federal roads (see Appendix B).

Water transport: Data represent port to port pairs rather than metropolitan area pairs.

SOURCES

Air: Instituto Mexicano del Transporte based on special tabulation of the Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Dirección

General de Aeronáutica Civil. (Sanfandila, Qro.: 1999).

Rail: Instituto Mexicano del Transporte. Evaluación Económica de Mejoras a la Infraestructura del Sistema Nacional Ferroviario,



Publicación Técnica No. 82. Estimates included in this document are based on information from the Ferrocarriles Nacionales de

México. (Sanfandila, Qro.: 1996).

Road: Instituto Mexicano del Transporte. Special tabulation from Estudio de pesos y dimensiones de los vehculos de carga que

circulan en la red nacional de carreteras, 1994. (Sanfandila, Qro.: 1999).

Water transport: Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes. Coordinación General de Puertos y Marina Mercante. (Mexico City,



D.F.: 1997).


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