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Aspenite wafer board (from Saskatchewan to McMillan Bloedel in Springfield, Missouri), and malting barley (to the Busch Brewery in St. Louis). This traffic uses 49,340 railcars southbound (135/day).

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    Derived from an interview with Radley Austin, Area Port Director, U.S. Customs Service, Pembina, North Dakota.

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      Derived from and interview with Willber Scrumeda, Manitoba DHT, Emerson Scale Officer, May 30, 1995.

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

Warroad-Sprague

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    US 313 and MA 12

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 50 trucks/day

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        FY 1994 = 46 trucks/day

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      Fuel, agricultural products, grain, mustard seed, hay

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 38 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 43 trucks/day

[10 U.S./33 Canadian]

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    Being a short-cut for Canadian east-west traffic, much of the truck movement (24/day in each direction) is in-transit

between eastern and western Canada.

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    There is considerable in-transit rail traffic via CN between Ontario and Manitoba (9 trains/day, 15,000 cars/month).

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    Derived from an interview with Radley Austin, Area Port Director, U.S. Customs Service, Pembina, North

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

Baudette-Rainy River

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    STAA

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    US 11 and ON 11

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    Southbound Traffic:

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      FY 1992 = 13 trucks/day

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        FY 1994 = 14 trucks/day

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      Limited truck traffic; mainly in-transit between east and west; pulpwood moved SB to local area

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    Northbound Traffic:

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      CY 1992 = 10 trucks/day ^ CY 1994 = 12 trucks/day

[2 U.S./10 Canadian]

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    Derived from an interview with Radley Austin, Area Port Director, U.S. Customs Service, Pembina, North

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

International Falls-Fort Frances

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    NHS/CNHS

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    US 53 and ON 11

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    Northbound Traffic:

^ CY 1994 = 71 trucks/day

[26 U.S./45 Canadian]

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    Most of the crossborder traffic is Boise-Cascade, and it fluctuates with Boise Cascade activity. Ninety percent of the southbound trucking is on line-release. It consists of paper products, machinery, wood products. The rail traffic consists of chemicals, wood products, lumber, potash, and sulphur.

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

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