Border Policy Brief
There is a dense web of connections between the state of Washington and its northern neighbor, Canada. This article catalogs the transportation modes that connect the two and then explores the way in which goods flow between Washington and Canada across and through those connections. As seen in the sidebar figure, Canada is the 3rd -ranked destination of Washington’s exports and the largest source (by far) of imports. The conveyance of goods between these trade partners is of vital interest to both, so the methods of conveyance deserve some attention. A future issue of the Border Policy Brief will examine other kinds of connections, such as business ownership and flows of people.
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Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
United States--Boundaries--Canada; Canada--Boundaries--United States
United States; Canada
Davidson, David L. (David Lindsay) and Faulds, Ian, "Washington Connecting to Canada: Flow of Goods" (2013). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 15.