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B-9

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 127 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 157 trucks/day [42 U.S./115 Canadian]

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    Gateway for CP/SOO; SB rail traffic consists of lumber, cement, fertilizer, zinc, pipe, grain, newsprint, wood pulp, sulphur, metal products.

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    About 100 movements/day are in-transit or in-bond onto U.S. highways and rail, back into Canada at Detroit or Port Huron; also in-bond whiskey moves to U.S. distribution points.

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    Derived from an interview with Radley Austin, Area Port Director, United States Customs Service,

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

Northgate

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    US 8 and SK 8

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 35 trucks/day (exclusive of Kleysen potash trucks)

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        FY 1994 = 36 trucks/day

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      Potash, salt, sunflower seeds, waste oil, mustard, fertilizer, hay, farm equipment, urea, wood products, flax, oats, rye, heavy equipment, log homes, propane

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      Kleysen potash haul from Esterhazy Saskatchewan; in 3-S3-4 at about 200,000 pounds GVW, connecting via a private road in Saskatchewan to BN bulk transloading facility; when running, 1 truck every 5 minutes (192,200 pounds GVW--142,900 pounds payload)

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 36 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 28 trucks/day

[3 U.S./25 Canadian]

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    Considered a potential location for an intermodal facility for north-south TOFC and COFC movements (pvii).

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    Derived from an interview with Radley Austin, Area Port Director, United States Customs Service,

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

Westhope-Coulter

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    STAA-NHS

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    US 83 and MA 83

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 10 trucks/day

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        FY 1994 = 18 trucks/day

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      Potash, farm commodities

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 6 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 14 trucks/day

[7 U.S./7 Canadian]

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    Derived from an interview with Radley Austin, Area Port Director, United States Customs Service,

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

Dunseith-Peace Garden

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    STAA-NHS

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    US 281 and MA 10

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 31 trucks/day

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        FY 1994 = 54 trucks/day

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      Potash, fertilizer, peat moss (Winnipeg to California), grain, cattle (prairies to SD, Nebraska, Iowa), diesel fuel, machinery

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      99% SB trucks are loaded

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