Construction at Peace Arch crossing could mean delays for drivers

The Peace Arch Crossing will be undergoing some construction in late March, which may cause delays for drivers. File Photo

High gas prices combined with spring break might mean it’s a good week to head down to the U.S., but drivers may want to avoid Peace Arch border crossing.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is warning of traffic delays at the border crossing this month due to construction.

Travellers can expect lane closures until the end of March.

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CBSA says peak lane closures will be March 20 to 22.

Drivers travelling to and from the U.S. are advised to take alternate routes while construction is underway.

The crossing is also commonly known as the Douglas Border Crossing.


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