Federal officials have agreed to stagger Customs inspections booth at the Blue Water Bridge to reduce wait times.
The work could start “immediately” and will be paid for by the Blue Water Bridge Port Authority, which controls the Canadian side of the bridge, a Customs representative wrote in a May 17 letter to U.S. Rep. Candice Miller.
Miller, R-Harrison Township, had called on Customs and Border Protection to stagger booths after Canadian officials complained to a congressional panel about traffic backups. The complaints were lodged in April.
Customs agrees to make changes at Blue Water Bridge