A multi-year effort has been underway to improve the mobility of trucks traveling southbound through the Pacific Highway border crossing in Blaine, Washington. The effort grew out of CVO (commercial vehicle operations) studies undertaken by the Whatcom Council of Governments (WCOG) in collaboration with the Border Policy Research Institute (BPRI). The impetus for the studies was the truck congestion and delay evidenced at Pacific Highway in the mid 2000s.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Trucking--Washington (State)--Blaine; Border crossing--Washington (State)--Blaine
Davidson, David L. (David Lindsay), "2012 Evaluation of Mobility at the Pacific Highway Truck Crossing, Southbound" (2012). Border Policy Research Institute Publications. 73.