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W. Cottrell

Cal Poly Pomona

Figure 2. Crude Oil Pipelines Network – Major Trunklines (2001)

Figure 3. Major Refined Products Pipelines (2001)

Despite aviation’s secondary role in freight movement in the U.S., an airport – John F. Kennedy International (JFK) in New York City – is the U.S.’ busiest freight gateway. In 2004, more U.S.- international freight revenue ($125.3 billion) moved through JFK than through either the Port of Los Angeles or the Port of Long Beach (which were the second and third busiest freight gateways). Other than JFK, Los Angeles International Airport ($68.7 billion), O’Hare International Airport in Chicago

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