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Getting There: Expansion planned for U.S. border crossing at Porthill, Idaho

Posted on AllSides June 24th, 2024
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Porthill land port of entry between Idaho and British Columbia. (U.S. General Services Administration) Plans to rebuild the U.S. port of entry at Porthill, Idaho, have prompted questions from residents at the tip of the Panhandle about why the border crossing hasn’t returned to prepandemic hours. Almost three times larger than the existing building, the new facility is meant to improve traffic flow and better accommodate customs staff, according to the U.S. General Services Administration, which is overseeing the project. But residents say there isn’t a traffic problem at the...

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