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Transportation Geography of the United States 2021 - front


Map of the US showing transportation infrastructure


The front side of our 2-sided print map, Transportation Geography of the U.S. 2021, showing:

  • Major airports;
  • Major marine ports;
  • Navigable waterways;
  • Person border crossings;
  • Interstate highways;
  • US, State, and County highways; and
  • Rail lines.

View the full-size image (60MB).


U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, National Transportation Atlas Database, 2020. Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics Consortium, National Land Cover Database (NLCD), 2016. Major airports include only airports with 1 million enplanements or more in 2019. Major ports include only ports with a total tonnage of 10 million or more in 2016. Border crossings are shown for all passenger ports of entry with a road border crossing. Non-capital cities with a population of 250,000 or more are shown, based on 2017 Census Bureau population estimates.

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