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WSDOT Table 7: Number Of Truck Shipments By Highway
Yakima Valley
Yakima Valley Highways
2007
2012
2017
2027
US-12
41,163
42,624
44,137
47,325
US-97
41,163
42,624
44,137
47,325
I-90
19,100
19,777
20,479
21,959
US-2
5,763
5,967
6,179
6,626
I-82
35,400
36,656
37,958
40,700
I-182
12,884
13,341
13,815
14,813
SR-124
12,884
13,341
13,815
14,813
Total
46,573
48,226
49,938
53,545

KEY Figure 8 illustrates the apple production intensity for Yakima Valley on the TRS level. On the map the highways in red are the most commonly used highways during the transportation of Washington State apples.

Most commonly used routes for transportation Yakima Valley apples to the final destinations are US 12, US 97, I-90, US 2, I-82, I-182 and SR124. Table 7 shows the aggregate number truck loads on each highway during the transportation of Yakima Valley apples to their final destinations. The total value in the bottom row of each table represents the total unique truck trips for each year. Given that many of truck trip routes are common to several different highways, summation of trucks on all highways results in exceeding the total unique truck trips due to the fact that each truck trip is not unique to one and only one highway.


WSDOT Table 8: Number Of Truck Shipments By Highway
Columbia Basin
Columbia Basin Highways
2007
2012
2017
2027
I-90
20, 675
21,409
22,169
23,770
SR-28
20,675
21,409
22,169
23,770
US-2
4,2134
4,363
4,518
4,844
I-182
25,881
26,800
27,751
29,756
US-12
9,420
9,754
10,100
10,830
SR-124
9,4200
9,754
10,100
10,830
I-82
16,462
17,046
17,651
18,926
US-97
7,463
7,728
8,003
8,581
Total
34,050
35,258
36,510
39,148

KEY The apple production intensity for Columbia Basin on the TRS level is illustrated in Figure 9. On the map the highways in red are the most commonly used highways during the transportation of Washington State apples.

Most commonly used routes for transportation of Columbia Basin apples to the final destinations are US 12, US 97, I-90, US 2, I-82, I-182, SR124 and SR 28. The aggregate number truck loads on each highway during the transportation of Columbia Basin apples to their final destinations are shown in Table 8. The total value in the bottom row of each table represents the total unique truck trips for each year. Again, given that many of truck trip routes are common to several different highways, summation of trucks on all highways results in exceeding the total unique truck trips due to the fact that each truck trip is not unique to one and only one highway.


WSDOT Table 9: Number Of Truck Shipments By Highway
Wenatchee
Table Wenatchee Highways
2007
2012
2017
2027
US-97
27,238
28,205
29,206
31,316
US-2
12,639
13,087
13,552
14,531
I-90
27,238
28,205
29,206
31,316
SR-28
22,744
23,551
24,387
26,149
SR-281
3,813
3,9494
4,089
4,384
Total
30,818
31,912
33,045
35,432

KEY The apple production intensity for Wenatchee on the TRS level is shown in Figure 10. On the map the highways in red are the most commonly used highways during the transportation of Washington State apples.

Most commonly used routes for transportation of Wenatchee apples to the final destinations are US 97, I-90, US 2, SR 281 and SR 28. Table 8 shows the aggregate number truck loads on each highway during the transportation of Columbia Basin apples to their final destinations. The total value in the bottom row of each table represents the total unique truck trips for each year. Again, given that many of truck trip routes are common to several different highways, summation of trucks on all highways results in exceeding the total unique truck trips due to the fact that each truck trip is not unique to one and only one highway.


WSDOT Table 11: Number Of Truck Shipments By Highway
Lower Basin Production Region
Highways
2007
Fresh - Prccessed
2012
Fresh - Prccessed
2017
Fresh - Prccessed
2027
Fresh - Prccessed
I-90
39,104 - 46,365
45,117 - 53,494
48,871 - 57,946
56,327 - 66,785
I-82
39,158 - 46,429
45,179 - 53,567
48,939 - 58,026
356,404 - 66,877
I-5
14,986 - 17,768
117,290 - 20,500
18,729 - 22,206
21,586 - 25,594
I-84
916 - 1,086
1,057 - 1,253
1,145 - 1,358
1,320 - 1,565
Hwy-12
4,939 - 5,857
5,699 - 6,757
6,173 - 7,319
7,115 - 8,436
14
4,939 - 5,857
5,699 - 6,757
6,173 - 7,319
7,115 - 8,436
240
5,657 - 6,708
6,527 - 7,739
7,070 - 8,383
8,149 - 9,662
395
30,663 - 36,356
35,377 - 41,946
38,322 - 45,437
44,167 - 52,368
Hwy-97
6,743 - 7,995
7,779 - 9,224
8,427 - 9,992
9,712 - 11,516
597
5,773 - 6,845
6,660 - 7,897
7,215 - 8,554
8,315 - 9,859
Total
44,482 - 47,359
51,321 - 54,641
55,592 - 59,189
64,073 - 68,218

KEY

  • Transportation Destination Flow Map
  • Production Area Map


  • WSDOT Table 12: Number Of Truck Shipments By Highway
    Skagit Valley Production Region
    Highways
    2007
    Fresh - Processed
    2012
    Fresh - Processed
    2017
    Fresh - Processed
    2027
    Fresh - Processed
    I-90
    3,365 - 0
    3,836 - 0
    4,156 - 0
    4,790 - 0
    I-5
    7,307 - 0
    8,332 - 0
    9,025 - 0
    10,402 - 0
    I-84
    974 - 0
    1,110 - 0
    1,203 - 0
    1,386 - 0
    Hwy-2
    149 - 0
    170 - 0
    184 - 0
    212 - 0
    405
    3,348 - 0
    3,817 - 0
    4,135 - 0
    4,766 - 0
    167
    499 - 0
    568 - 0
    616 - 0
    710 - 0
    I-80
    2,701 - 0
    3,079 - 0
    3,335 - 0
    3,844 - 0
    Total
    7,322 - 0
    8,349 - 0
    9,043 - 0
    10,423 - 0

    KEY

  • Transportation Destination Flow Map
  • Production Area Map


  • WSDOT Table 13: Number Of Truck Shipments By Highway
    Upper Basin Production Region
    Highways
    2007
    Fresh - Processed
    2012
    Fresh - Processed
    2017
    Fresh - Processed
    2027
    Fresh - Processed
    I-90
    15,845 - 51,759
    18,066 - 59,015
    19,569 - 63,927
    22,555 - 73,679
    I-82
    14,162 - 46,263
    16,147 - 52,748
    17,491 - 57,138
    20,160 - 65,855
    I-5
    7,138 - 23,317
    8,138 - 26,585
    8,816 - 28,798
    10,161 - 33,191
    I-84
    10,898 - 35,599
    12,425 - 40,590
    13,460 - 43,968
    15,513 - 50,675
    Hwy-171
    4,420 - 14,440
    5,040 - 16,464
    5,459 - 17,834
    6,292 - 20,555
    395
    12,813 - 41,855
    14,609 - 47,722
    15,825 - 51,694
    18,239 - 59,580
    SR-17
    10,672 - 34,863
    12,168 - 39,750
    13,181 - 43,058
    15,192 - 49,627
    Total
    21,301 - 58,758
    24,287 - 66,996
    26,308 - 72,571
    30,321 - 83,642

    KEY

  • Transportation Destination Flow Map
  • Production Area Map


  • WSDOT Table 10: Major Transportation Routes Used By Region
    Major Destinations
    Lower Basin
    Skagit Valley
    Upper Basin
    Eastern Washington
    I-90, I-82, Hwy 12, 14
    I-5, I-90, Hwy 2, 405
    I-90, I-82, Hwy 17
    Western Washington
    I-90, I-82, I-5,240, 395
    I-5, 405, 167
    I-90, HWY-17
    Oregon
    I-90, I-82, I-84, Hwy-97, 395, 597
    I-5
    I-90, I82, I-84
    California
    I-90, I-82, I-5,Hwy-97, 395
    I-5
    I-90, I-82, I-5, Hwy-17, 395
    Idaho
    I-90, I-82, I-84, SR-17, 395
    States West of Mississippi
    I-90, I-82, 395
    I-90, I-80, I-5, I-84, 405
    I-90, I-82, I-5, I-84, SR-17, 395
    States East of Mississippi
    I-90, I-82,395
    I-90, I-80, I-5, 405
    I-90, I-82, I-5, I-84, SR 17, 395
    Canada
    I-90, I-82, I-5
    I-5, I-90
    I-5, I-90
    Mexico
    I-82, I-5, Hwy 97
    I-5

    KEY:

  • Production Area Map

    The shares of the production shipped from the Lower Basin, Skagit Valley and Upper Basin to their final destinations are provided in Table 9, and are geographically presented for each region in Figures 6, 7 and 8. Forty-one percent of the potato shipments in the Skagit Valley are sent to California. Forty-six percent of the shipments in the Lower Basin go to the States west and east of Mississippi, whereas thirty-four percent of shipments from the Upper Basin go to Idaho. Among the main production regions, Upper Basin is the sole provider of fresh potatoes and potato products to Idaho.

  • Source: 2007 Potato Survey

    The most commonly used routes for shippers from Lower Basin are I-90, I-82, I-5 and 395; from Skagit Valley they are I-5, I-90, I-80 and 405; from Upper Basin they are I-82, I-84, I-90, I-5, Hwy 17 and 395 (Table 10). These routes reflect the flow of potatoes to markets as discussed above.


  • WSDOT Table 9: Percentage Of Shipments To Major Destinations By Region
    Major Destinations
    Lower Basin
    Skagit Valley
    Upper Basin
    Eastern Washington
    12.48%
    2.03%
    6.22%
    Western Washington
    14.29%
    6.81%
    6.40%
    Oregon
    2.31%
    4.35%
    1.25%
    California
    14.58%
    40.73%
    11.85%
    Idaho
    0.00%
    0.00%
    34.33%
    States West of Mississippi
    22.01%
    13.30%
    12.76%
    States East of Mississippi
    24.26%
    23.58%
    11.99%
    Canada
    8.85%
    7.04%
    2.91%
    Mexico
    0.14%
    1.96%
    0.25%
    Other International
    1.09%
    0.20%
    12.03%

    KEY:

  • Production Area Map


  • BTS Table 4: US Modal Commercial Freight Activity
    Mode of Transportation 1993, 1997, 2002
    Mode of Transportation 1993 1997 2002
    Value Tons Ton-miles Value Tons Ton-miles Value Tons Ton-miles
    Combined total (CFS plus out-of-scope estimates) 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
    Truck 65.1 54.5 25.6 61.9 59.5 28.4 63.7 58.2 32.1
    Rail 3.9 11.8 26.5 4.3 10.9 27.3 3.7 12.0 27.8
    Water 8.6 15.9 24.3 8.8 15.4 20.8 8.3 14.8 16.3
    Air (includes truck and air) 5.5 0.1 0.2 7.7 0.1 0.4 7.4 0.1 0.3
    Pipeline 4.3 11.9 16.3 2.7 9.7 15.8 2.7 10.5 16.7
    Multimodal combinations (1) 9.2 1.7 4.6 11.0 1.5 5.4 10.6 1.3 5.0
    Other and unknown modes 3.4 4.0 2.5 3.6 3.0 1.9 3.6 3.2 1.7

    KEY: * 2002 data are preliminary.

    (1)  Multimodal includes the traditional intermodal combination of truck and rail plus truck and water; rail and water; parcel, postal, and courier service; and other multiple modes for the same shipment.

    NOTE: The data in this table include estimates of out-of-scope missing pieces from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. These estimates cover logging, farm-based truck shipments, truck imports from Canada and Mexico, rail imports from Canada and Mexico, air cargo imports and exports, water imports and exports, and pipeline crude and petroleum products shipments. The estimates exclude non-commercial freight shipments such as government shipments and municipal solid waste.

    SOURCE:  U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, based on 1993, 1997, and 2002 Commodity Flow Survey data plus additional estimates from Bureau of Transportation Statistics.


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