Land Border Crossing Project
As part of its commitment to border modernization, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will upgrade or replace 24 ports of entry to improve the border crossing experience for travellers, provide border services officers with upgraded infrastructure and technology, and deliver on the border of the future.
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About the Land Border Crossing Project
The CBSA is the custodian of 107 land border ports of entry. The agency has a 30 year real property strategy to rebuild these ports of entry and is starting with 24.
The 24 ports of entry are a mix of full service, medium and low volume ports. The full service ports will have major infrastructure enhancements, while the smaller ports of entry will be completely rebuilt.
The ports of entry will remain open during the construction process. Travellers will be informed of potential impacts and disruptions to services and operations.
Ports of entry
The following ports of entry are included in this phase of the Land Border Crossing Project:
The Land Border Crossing Project is taking a collaborative approach to constructing and enhancing the 24 ports of entry.
The following groups are being engaged throughout the project:
- local Indigenous communities
- United States stakeholders
- other federal government departments
- industry groups
- municipal and provincial levels of government, including roads authorities
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