List of Mexico–United States border crossings

Traffic approaching the San Ysidro, San Diego border inspection station

There are 50 places where people can legally cross the Mexico–United States border. Several large border cities have multiple crossings, often including one or more that bypass the center of the city and are designated for truck traffic. For planned crossings, see the Proposed crossings section below. For former border crossings, see the Closed crossings section below. Details on each of the US ports of entry are provided using the links in the table.

Vehicle and pedestrian crossings

Proposed crossings

This section lists crossings of the US-Mexico Border that are in the planning or construction phases.

Closed crossings

photo of closed border crossing
Closed Mexican border station at Lochiel, Arizona

This table includes only those roads where the governments of either the US or Mexico once had Customs or Immigration services.

Also included are places where certain legitimate vehicular or vessel traffic has been permitted to cross the border in recent years.

Rail crossings

Rail tracks on Avenida Adolfo López Mateos in Mexicali leading north to the border crossing at Calexico
A Union Pacific train travels under a bridge in Nogales, Sonora headed to Arizona, 9 June 2007
Bridge of the El Paso and Southwestern Railroad as it appeared in the late 1960s

Closed rail crossings

The El Paso City Lines (subsidiary of National City Lines) trolley leaves the border headed to Juárez in the 1960s

Ferry crossings

Hand-Pulled International Ferry at Los Ebanos, Texas, (view from Gustavo Díaz Ordaz, Tamaulipas)

See also

Uses material from the Wikipedia article List of Mexico–United States border crossings, released under the CC BY-SA 3.0 license.