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Laurier-Cascade

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    STAA-CP

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    US 395 and BC 3

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 24 trucks/day

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      Lumber, woodchips, particleboard, zinc and lead, paper and printed matter

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        Fom a July 1993 16-hour survey of Canadian originating truck traffic (combining traffic through Laurier and Frontier):

wood chips

31

lumber products

20

fertilizer

19

other freight

5

empty

8

Total

83

Commodities

Number of Trucks

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    About one-half of the Canadian trucks enter at Laurier, and the other half at Frontier

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      Canadian originating traffic accounted for 44% of all trucks surveyed on US 395.

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      “About half of the wood products trucks originating in Canada were chip trucks with loads terminating at a

wood generation power plant .. in Kettle Falls. Most of the remaining Canadian-origin trucks carrying wood cargo continued on S 395 to Spokane and .. beyond”.

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    Wood-related products are also the primary commodities hauled by trucks originating in Washington and

travelling SB on US 395 towards Spokane. Sawmills located in Kettle Falls, Colville and Arden are the primary sources of wood traffic from NE Washington.

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 35 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 31 trucks/day

[21 U.S./10 Canadian]

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    BN line through Laurier with 1 train/day, 5 days/week--same commodities as trucks

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      “A critical link supporting both the northeastern Washington economy and international trade with Canada”

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    Obtained from “Modeling Washington State Truck Freight Flows Using GIS-T: Data Collection and

Design,” K. Casavant et. al., TRB Paper No. 95-0444, January 1995. ^ Derived from Statistics Canada computer runs, June 19, 1995.

Frontier-Paterson

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    STAA

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    US 25 and BC 3

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 35 trucks/day

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      Chemicals (acids, fertilizer, other HAZMAT), wood, paper and printed matter, metal and metal products

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 36 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 59 trucks/day

[37 U.S./22 Canadian]

^ Derived from Statistics Canada computer runs, June 19, 1995.

Metaline Falls-Nelway

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    STAA

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    US 31 and BC 6

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 5 trucks/day

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      Lumber, shakes and shingles, fertilizer

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