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June 26, 2012
A new border delay road sign to help truckers & motorists in B.C.
A new border delay message sign on Highway 1 will make it easier for motorists and commercial vehicle operators travelling to the U.S. to plan their route and save time. The sign was announced by Minister of International Trade Ed Fast and British Columbia Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Blair Lekstrom.
The Advanced Traveller Information System (ATIS) measures and displays border wait times to allow motorists to make informed travel decisions. The new sign is located on Highway 1 westbound, between the Whatcom Road Interchange and Highway 11.
The entire ATIS includes overhead message signs approaching key Lower Mainland Canada-U.S. border crossings and changeable message signs on Highway 1, 91 and 99. In addition, travellers can check border wait times and conditions online, at: www.th.gov.bc.ca/ATIS or by calling: 604-542-4380.
(Source: Transport Canada)
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