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B-7

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    4,000 permits were issued pursuant to the MoU between 1991 and September 1993 [p19].

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      The commodities benefitting from the ISTEA provision are fuel oil, frac sand, grains, potash, fertilizer,

agricultural products [p21].

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    There are switching tracks between the BN and CP at the border crossing; Shelby is the only BN intermodal

hub in Montana, operated by a trucking company.

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    The BN intermodal hub in Shelby was established in 1987: 30 lifts/month in 1987 to 1000 lifts/month in 1993

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      The western and northern States are the major destinations of Alberta exports to the U.S. (80% trucking

revenue; 85% shipments; 90% tonnage) [p19].

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    Derived from the 1994 Coutts Commercial Vehicle Survey: Summary Report, Alberta Transportation and

Utilities, October 18 1994--72 hour survey conducted June 7-9, 1994.

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    Derived from “Descriptive Report on Cross-Border Traffic and Transportation in the Western U.S.-Canada

Region” FHWA-PL-94-009- 041, August 1993.

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    Derived from “Making Things Work: Transportation and Trade Expansion in North America: Volume 7:

Commissioned Special Reports Number 4: The Sweetgrass Montana and Coutts Alberta Border Crossing” FHWA-PL-94-009-029, September 1993. = Derived from an interview with Mike Areshenko, Scale Officer, Coutts Alberta, June 2, 1995. @ Supplied by Tom Hoyme, Great Falls District, U.S. Customs, June 13, 1995. & Supplied by Jerry Stephens, Montana State University, May 17, 1995, based on a truck classification and

weight survey conducted between September 12 and 16 nclusive during afternoon periods at the Coutts Scale. ^ Derived from Statistics Canada computer runs, June 19, 1995.

Morgan-Monchy

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    NHS

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    US 242 and SK 4

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    Southbound Traffic:

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    Primarily local traffic; potash, paper, fuel, wood posts, peat moss, egg cartons, paper from Prince Albert

Saskatchewan.

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        FY 1994 = 4 trucks/day

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 3 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 4 trucks/day

[3 U.S./1 Canadian]

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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.

Opheim-West Poplar

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    STAA

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    US 24 and SK 2

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      Salt cake and potash to Missoula, grain to Wolf Point, fence posts to Glasgow

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        FY 1994 = 2 trucks/day

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 1 truck/day

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      Primarily empty grain trucks

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

Scobey-Coronach

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    NHS

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    US 13 and SK 36

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    Southbound Traffic:

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