Border Crossing/Entry DataNOTE: The most recent data are from August 2014.
The Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) Border Crossing/Entry Data provides summary statistics for incoming crossings at the U.S.-Canadian and the U.S.-Mexican border at the port level. Data are available for trucks, trains, containers, buses, personal vehicles, passengers, and pedestrians. Border crossing data are collected at border ports by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The data reflect the number of vehicles, containers, passengers or pedestrians entering the United States. Customs and Border Protection does not collect comparable data on outbound crossings. Users seeking data on outbound vehicles may therefore want to review data from individual bridge operators, border state governments, or the Mexican and Canadian governments.
Online Data Tool
Click here to query data
Click here to quick search by rankings
Click here to do time series analysis
Click port marker to see more detailed information, if
the port marker is not shown up over the highlighted Canadian Province
or Mexican State, refresh your browser. Clicking a check box from the
layer list adds a new layer to the map, however you may need to zoom in
to see the layer information (for example; U.S. Cities).
For accurate search results for all ports, this query tool is currently only compatible with Internet Explorer browser version 8.0 or older. Additional browser support is forthcoming. In the interim, to obtain accurate data for Brownsville, Texas, please run data on all individual ports and scroll down to see the Brownsville data.
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SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Adminstration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Border Crossing/Entry Data; based on data from U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection, OMR database.