US-to-Canada truck crossings hit pre-COVID level

An aerial view of trucks at a U.S.-Canada border crossing. Truck crossings at the border have trended higher since April.

Truck crossings from the U.S. to Canada reached a pre-COVID-19 level last week, suggesting that the cross-border freight recovery didn’t miss a beat during two national holidays and the implementation of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) on trade.

About 85,000 truck drivers entered Canada from the U.S. during the week ending Sunday, data from the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) released Tuesday shows. An almost identical number crossed during the comparable week in 2019. 


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