The Blank Outline Map of the United States Country Border Shows that the USA has land borders with two nations: Canada and Mexico. The Canada–United States border to the north of the Contiguous United States and to the east of Alaska. The Mexico–United States border to the south.
The United States and Canada’s land border is the world’s longest international border. It has a total area of 8,891 kilometers (5,525 mi), of which 2,475 kilometers (1,538 mi) is the border of Alaska with British Columbia and Yukon. Mexico–United States border has a total length of 3,145 kilometers (1,954 mi).
- Alaska, USA – Canada 1,538 miles (2,475 km)
- Canada – USA 3,145 miles (5,061 km)
- Mexico – USA 1,951 miles (3,141 km)
- Bordering Countries (2) Canada and Mexico
The 1,951-mile U.S.-Mexico border is the busiest in the world. Each year our southern border allows in more than 300 million people, approximately 90 million cars, and 4.3 million truck crossings. Since the implementation of NAFTA, the number of commercial vehicles crossing the border has increased by 41 percent. Two-way trade has almost tripled and cross-border trade averages more than $650 million dollars a day, two-thirds of which comes through ports of entry in Texas.
US Border Map With Mexico-Canada
The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It has Canada in the north, North Atlantic Ocean in the east, Mexico in the south, and North Pacific Ocean in the west. This Blank Outline Map of the United States highlights international and state boundaries, important cities, and major visitor attractions.
The United States and Canada’s land border is the world’s longest international border. According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the length of the International Boundary line of the U.S.-Canadian border, excluding Alaska, is approximately 3,987 miles. The length of the Alaska-Canada border alone is 1,538 miles. There are 13 U.S. states that share international boundaries with Canada.
Mexico–United States border is an international border separating Mexico and the United States. It is extending from the Pacific Ocean in the west to the Gulf of Mexico in the east. It has a total length of 3,145 kilometers (1,954 mi). There are four states that share an international border with Mexico.