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... km) Highway 1 Trans-Canada Highway from British Columbia border near Lake Louise to Saskatchewan border near Walsh 536 Highway 1A Bow Valley Parkway •Lake Louise to Banff 64 Bow Valley Trail •Canmore to Calgary 89 ... Highway 35 Mackenzie Highway Grimshaw to Northwest Territories border near Indian Cabins 465 Highway 36 Veterans Memorial Highway Warner to Lac La Biche 641 Highway 37 North of Edmonton, from Onoway to Fort ...
... Beginning approximately 50 kilometres (31 mi) from the United States border, the Sierra Madre Occidental extends about 1,250 kilometres (780 mi) south to the Río ... Sierra Madre Oriental starts at the Big Bend region of the border with the U.S ... state of Texas and continues 1,350 kilometres (840 mi) until reaching Cofre de Perote, one of the major peaks of the Cordillera Neovolcánica ...
... The United States Border Patrol operates 71 traffic checkpoints, including 32 permanent traffic checkpoints, near the southern border of the United States ... These checkpoints are located between 25 and 75 miles of the Mexico – United States border along major U.S ... that may have bypassed official border crossings along the frontier ...
... See also Illegal immigration to the United States This section has been nominated to be checked for its neutrality ... can be found on the talk page The U.S.–Mexico border has the second highest number of both legal and illegal crossings of any land border in the world, behind the Canada – United ... Over five million cars and trucks travel through the border annually ...
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