Trucks Transported $32.5B in Canada-U.S. Freight

Trucks moved US$32.5 billion in freight across the Canada-U.S. border in June, representing 55.3% of all freight shipped between the countries, the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics reports.

Computers and parts accounted for the top commodities hauled by trucks between all three Canada-U.S.-Mexico Trade Agreement partners, at $13.4 billion, followed by electrical machinery at $10.7 billion, and vehicles and parts at $8.8 billion.

About $8.9 billion of the total truck traffic crossed at Windsor, Ont., while another $5.7 billion crossed the border at Sarnia, Ont. Only the U.S.-Mexico crossing at Laredo, Texas, was busier, accounting for $17.4 billion in freight.

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