Wait times at the Pacific Highway border crossing may be a bit longer than usual due to construction on truck cargo lanes between April 27 and 30, according to a statement released by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
During that period, cargo lanes two and three will stay open and lane one will close.
Drivers with loaded trucks are advised to use the Sumas crossing, while drivers with empty trucks are welcomed to cross at both Lynden and Sumas ports of entry. “CBP appreciates the public’s patience during this project and apologizes for any inconvenience,” read the statement.
Starting in May, CBP plans to pursue construction projects along bus and passenger lanes.