• Dynamic Border Management

    Operations Project — This project consists of three initiatives that reflect current IMTC priorities and will offer lasting benefits to the Cascade Gateway. Border facility simulation modeling – Simulation modeling will enable detailed comparisons of investment alternatives...

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  • FAST Enhancements

    Operations Project — This project looked at ways to best provide expedited service to FAST program participants while maximizing existing infrastructure and operations to lessen wait times for all commercial vehicles. Location This...

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  • Border Circulation Analysis

    Operations Project — This analysis considered east-west routes that connect the four border crossings of the Cascade Gateway, and identified strategies for optimizing the Cascade Gateway transportation system. Location This study focused on...

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  • FAST Promotion

    Operations Project — The Whatcom Council of Governments  worked with U.S. Customs & Border Protection and the Canada Border Services Agency on several outreach and educational efforts directed at commercial vehicle drivers, carriers,...

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  • NEXUS Marketing

    Operations Project — The binational NEXUS expedited passenger crossing program has lanes at three of the four Cascade Gateway ports-of-entry, and its traffic constitutes well over 30 percent of cross-border car trips at...

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  • PACE Promotion

    Operations Project — The PACE and CANPASS expedited traveler programs were the predecessors to the current NEXUS program, in operation at the Peace Arch/Douglas Ports-of-Entry between 1992 and 2001. This project promoted participation...

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