Construction could cause minor delays at Pacific Highway border crossing

By Oliver Lazenby

Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is working on its facility at the Pacific Highway Crossing and northbound border traffic could be slow, the agency warned.

The agency started work on its traffic operations facility on January 16 and expects to be finished by January 31, a CBSA spokesperson said. The work includes repairs to the building’s heating system and other updates.

Construction hasn’t affected wait times so far and CBSA expects that most won’t be affected by the construction.

Bus drivers, and travelers and pedestrians who are referred inside the building will be directed to a separate facility. Commercial drivers, importers or brokers who need commercial front desk services will be directed to the new commercial warehouse “Building B,” the CBSA spokesperson said.

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