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America’s Freight Transportation Gateways: Connecting Our Nation to Places & Markets Abroad
Wendell Fletcher (ed); Michael Sprung (ed); Chip Moore (ed). Transportation gateways -- seaports, airports, & land border crossings -- are the entry & exit points for international merchandise trade between the U.S. & countries around the world. From 1990 through 2003, the value of U.S. international merchandise trade increased from $889 billion to about $2 billion (in current terms), growing at an avg. rate of 6%/year. While over 400 U.S. seaports, airports, & land border crossings handle international merchandise trade, most of that trade passes through a relatively small number of gateways. Chapters: (1) The Nation’s Top Freight Transportation Gateways; & The Gateways & Data Needs; (2) Highlights of Top 25 Freight Gateways by Shipment Value. Charts & tables.
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