Report finds cross-border traffic steadier in Blaine than other regions

The Northern Light

The most striking trend across the U.S.-Canada border since 2000 is a “severe reduction in passenger traffic.”

That’s one change outlined in the “Border Barometer,” a recent report on the U.S./Canada border crossing corridor Western Washington University’s Border Policy Research Institute was one of the report’s authors.

The report looks at the three busiest crossing regions: Detroit-Windsor, Buffalo-Niagara Falls, and the “Cascade Gateway” – the reports name for the Peace Arch and Pacific Highway crossings in Blaine.

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