WWU students study freight traffic at border

Western Washington University’s Border Policy Research Institute is involved in a two-year project researching the movement of freight across the U.S.-Canada border at the Sumas, Lynden and Blaine truck crossings.

The project with the Whatcom Council of Governments involves Western students documenting and analyzing the number and types of freight vehicles crossing the border. The data will help with planning at the border crossings, and help develop ways to expedite freight traffic across the border.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015 - 12:23pm