Maine

 

Driving Across the United States / Canadian Border in the State of Maine

Maine shares a 611 mile (983 kilometres) border with the Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick that has 24 land border crossings. It has several of the more heavily travelled border crossings between the countries including Calais / St. Stephen, Madawaska / Edmundston, and Houlton / Woodstock Road.  All of these are major truck portals.

Quebec / Maine Border Crossings


The links below take you to pages that have detailed information on each border crossing including border wait times, real-time traffic, contact information, maps, current weather and much more.  As you read down the list you are seeing the border crossings running from West to East.

  1. Coburn Gore / Woburn
  2. Armstrong-Jackman / Ste Theophile
  3. Sainte Aurelie
  4. Sainte Zacharie
  5. St Juste
  6. Saint Pamphile
  7. Estcourt Station

New Brunswick / Maine Border Crossings


The links below take you to pages that have detailed information on each border crossing including border wait times, real-time traffic, contact information, maps, current weather and much more.  As you read down the list you are seeing the border crossings running from West to East.

  1. Fort Kent / Clair
  2. Edmundston-Madawaska Bridge
  3. St Leonard-Van Buren Bridge
  4. Hamlin / Grand Falls
  5. Limestone / Gillespie Portage
  6. Fort Fairfield / Perth-Andover
  7. Easton / River de Chute
  8. Bridgewater / Centreville
  9. Monticello / Bloomfield
  10. Houlton / Richmond Corner
  11. Orient /Fosterville
  12. Forest City
  13. Vanceboro / Ste Croix
  14. Calais / International Avenue
  15. Milltown / Saint Stephen
  16. Ferry Point Crossing / Calais
  17. FDR Bridge

More Travel Tips

  • We have a separate page that shows the Priority Snow Removal Corridors for the State of Maine.  These are the roads that will be cleared first after a snowstorm or other weather condition.
  • The State of  Maine, and the Canadian Provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick issue NEXUS and FAST Cards.  Only Maine and Quebec issue Enhanced Drivers Licenses (EDL).
  • You can dial 511 on your phone to access the road conditions information in Maine.
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