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Major Flows by Truck To, From, and Within Texas: 2007, 2010 and 2040

2007

U.S. map showing tons moving by truck and the number of trucks carrying that tonnage within Texas and between Texas and other states in 2007. The color of the state indicates tons, and the widths of lines for major highways indicate number of trucks. Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, New York, and California have the biggest tonnage. Highways within Texas, to Los Angeles, to Oklahoma City, to New York City via Knoxville, and to New Orleans have the largest truck volumes.

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Note

Major flows include domestic and international freight moving by truck on highway segments with more than twenty five FAF trucks per day and between places typically more than fifty miles apart.

Source

U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Freight Management and Operations, Freight Analysis Framework, Version 3.1.2, 2011.

2010

U.S. map showing tons moving by truck and the number of trucks carrying that tonnage within Texas and between Texas and other states in 2010. The color of the state indicates tons, and the widths of lines for major highways indicate number of trucks. Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida, New York, and California have the biggest tonnage. Highways within Texas, to Los Angeles, to Oklahoma City, to New York City via Knoxville, and to New Orleans have the largest truck volumes.

High-Resolution Images

Note

Major flows include domestic and international freight moving by truck on highway segments with more than twenty five FAF trucks per day and between places typically more than fifty miles apart.

Source

U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Freight Management and Operations, Freight Analysis Framework, Version 3.4, 2012.

2040

U.S. map showing tons moving by truck and the number of trucks carrying that tonnage within Texas and between Texas and other states in 2040. The color of the state indicates tons, and the widths of lines for major highways indicate number of trucks. Texas, its adjacent states, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Tennessee, North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, New York, and California have the biggest tonnage. Highways within Texas, to Los Angeles, to central Kansas via Oklahoma City, to New York City via Knoxville, and to Altanta via New Orleans have the largest truck volumes.

High-Resolution Images

Note

Major flows include domestic and international freight moving by truck on highway segments with more than twenty five FAF trucks per day and between places typically more than fifty miles apart.

Source

U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Freight Management and Operations, Freight Analysis Framework, Version 3.1.2, 2011.

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