Caliper Mapping and Transportation Glossary

DEFINITION

What is a Boundary Line?

A boundary line is a line along which two areas meet. A boundary line between privately owned parcels of land is usually termed a property line. A boundary line between political entities (such as counties, states, or countries) is usually termed a political boundary. If a boundary is a line of the United States public land surveys, it is given a particular designation, such as section line or township line.

What is a boundary line/boundary line definition: This Maptitude map shows country, county, city, postal code, military base, and Native American reservation boundary lines boundary lines

What is boundary line? This Maptitude map shows some of the boundary lines that are provided with Maptitude mapping software.

GIS Software for Mapping Boundary Lines

Maptitude Mapping Software gives you all of the tools, maps, and data you need to analyze and understand how geography affects you and your business. Maptitude includes many boundary layers including census tracts, postal codes, cities, counties, states, provinces, and countries.

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