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B-4

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 5 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 23 trucks/day

[17 U.S./6 Canadian]

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

Eastport-Kingsgate

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    NHS

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    US 95 and BC 95

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 80 trucks/day

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        FY 1993 = 93 trucks/day

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        FY 1994 = 107 trucks/day

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      building materials, peat moss, fertilizer, meat, livestock

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 85 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 87 trucks/day

[13 U.S./74 Canadian]

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    Food and produce from Sallinas Valley to Calgary/Edmonton

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      The Yahk Weight Scale on B.C. Highway 3/95 handles 3,000 trucks per month--mainly U.S.-related. Cattle from

Alberta (and Saskatchewan) moves to Pasco Washington (in the Spokane area--through Fernie to Yahk to US 95 in Idaho to Washington).

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    Rail traffic is 1 train/day; has facility for transloading lumber between trucks and rail (BN and CP)

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    Supplied by Bruce Fuller, Pacific Scale Manager, 604-5381121 or Ron Oldridge, Manager Commercial

Transport, 604-3876444, B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Highways.

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    Supplied by Tom Hoyme, Great Falls District, U.S. Customs, June 13, 1995.

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

Rooseville-Grasmere

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    STAA-NHS

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    US 93 and BC 93

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 31 trucks/day

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        FY 1993 = 38 trucks/day

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        FY 1994 = 47 trucks/day

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      lumber and logs moving south to BN at Eureka; also woodchips and saw dust to pellet mill in Eureka

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    Northbound traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 34 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 38 trucks/day

[9 U.S./29 Canadian]

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    Six of 10 northbound trucks are empty

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    Rooseville offers shortest distance between west coast and southwest and Calgary; but most truckers prefer I-15

through Sweetgrass (better highway, less mountainous); US-93 is occasionally congested by slow moving trucks.

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    Supplied by Tom Hoyme, Great Falls District, U.S. Customs, June 13, 1995.

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

Piegan-Carway

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    STAA

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    US 89 and AL 2

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 5 trucks/day

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        FY 1994 = 6 trucks/day

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        chemicals and related commodities

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