New sensor technologies will assist in reporting delays and relying information to travelers. This new system is anticipated to reduce border wait times for commercial carriers and other travelers by up to one million hours per year.
"This technology demonstrates significant progress on behalf of the Beyond the Border Action Plan by updating critical infrastructure at our ports and enhancement of the border-crossing experience for travelers," said acting customs and border protection commissioner David Aguilar. "This latest example of US-Canadian collaboration demonstrates our nations' partnership to ensure continued economic competitiveness."
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