US To Replace Derby Line Border Crossing

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The federal government is developing plans to replace the U.S. border facility in Derby Line.

Customs and Border Protection officials say the existing border crossing at the northern end of Interstate 91 has "security and traffic flow deficiencies" that make it a priority for renovation and replacement.

CPB says the Derby Line project is part of a nationwide effort to ensure the country’s land ports meet modern demands.

Since the project is in the planning stages, it hasn’t been determined how large the new Derby Line facility will be or how much it will cost. And there’s no word on when construction could begin.

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