Ever heard the terms high volume or high value domestic agriculture highways, you're able to identify the 17 different we call them high value agricultural highways account for more than 80 percent of all agricultural tonnage by truck movement at Imparja of the Agricultural Marketing Service says that's one of the main findings of a recent joint study by USDA and the Department of Transportation on the importance of U.S. highways. We did detailed analysis just on the 17 corridors, and that was one of the major findings. But also just kind of surprising to realize we could test for that much with the market where there were just 17 corridors. With greater detail on the study, focusing on the specific corridors and predominate issues with each one, including… optimal commodity flows, safety, congestion, infrastructure, conditions, roadway reliability, Spurger adds. The findings of the study were derived from a new model in combining both public and proprietary data sets, findings that also quantify the benefits of the nation's highway system to agriculture.