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2014 San Diego Transportation Employment Outlook
Trade, transportation and utilities will gain employment. San Diego's economy is led by manufacturing, especially in the areas of shipbuilding and repair, metals production, industrial machinery, and the manufacture of sporting goods. International trade is an large part of San Diego's economy, accounting for 39 percent of its manufacturing dollars. The border between the San Diego area and Tijuana is the busiest in the U.S.
The Port of San Diego handles hundreds of merchant ships each year. Therailroad connects San Diego to major market areas. More than 90 trucking companies are established in metropolitan San Diego, providing hauling, freight, or equipment services. Air cargo services are stationed at San Diego International Airport, which handles more than 80,000 tons of cargo annually.
The city's economy has always been tied to the natural harbor of San Diego Bay. It is an important link in the nation's international shipping trade. The two marine cargo facilities are the National City Marine Terminal, which is a primary port of entry for motors vehicles and Tenth Avenue Marine commodities Terminal. The port also has serves cruise ship operation, with more than 200 cruise ships docking annually.