February '08 transportation indicators

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Thursday, May 01, 2008
All "latest" numbers are for February 2008 unless otherwise noted. Latest Month Previous Month Previous Year Annual Change
TRANSPORTATION
Trucking Weight-mile tax receipts, millions $18.6 $17.5 $18.1 2.6%
Shipping Port of Portland, total containers load and discharge 21,029 22,093 21,753 -3.3%
Shipping Port of Portland, number of calls by oceangoing vessels 68 71 79 -13.9%
Airline travel, PDX Passengers, thousands 1,042.1 1,043.6 954.9 9.1%
Airline travel, Eugene Passengers, thousands 56.1 55.9 48.6 15.4%
Airline travel, Medford Passengers, thousands 44.0 44.9 39.6 11.0%
Airline travel, Redmond Passengers, thousands (March) 43.2 41.1 37.3 16.0%
Airline travel, Salem Passengers, thousands (March) 3.7 2.3 NA NA

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