03/06 transportation indicators

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Thursday, June 01, 2006

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All "latest" numbers are for March 2006 unless otherwise noted. Latest Month Previous Month Previous Year Annual Change
Transportation
Trucking Weight-mile tax receipts, millions $19.8 $18.9 $18.2 8.8%

Shipping Port of Portland, total containers load and discharge 11,995 12,404 11,124 7.8%

Shipping Port of Portland, number of calls by oceangoing vessels 62 60 59 5.1%

Airline travel, PDX Passengers, thousands 1,144.3 929.0 1,107.8 3.3%

Airline travel, Eugene Passengers, thousands 58.5 48.9 59.8 -2.2%

Airline travel, Medford Passengers, thousands 46.6 39.2 47.5 -1.9%

Airline travel, Redmond Passengers, thousands 17.4 14.9 15.2 14.5%


NA = Data not available. Sources: Trucking, Oregon Department of Transportation; shipping contatiners, based on TEUs (20-foot equivalent units).

 

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