The goal is to make it easier for you to cross the border into Canada.
A ceremonial ribbon cutting at Prescott, Ontario's new port of entry - across the St. Lawrence River from Ogdensburg - brought out a number of Canadian and American dignitaries.
The project totals $20 million and the Customs facility includes two commercial processing lanes, as well as a warehouse for handling commercial shipments.
Officials hope the investment will help ensure a free flow of trade and travel across the border.
"The addition of a fourth primary inspection lane and the construction of a travelers' building will allow for an improved client service experience, especially at peak times," said Pierre Sabourin , vice president of the Canada Border Services Agency.
"It's great to see such a nice facility open for business and ready to facilitate traffic," said Wade Davis of the Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority.
Close to 275,000 vehicles and more than half a million travelers pass through the Prescott border crossing each year.
Wednesday, May 4, 2016, Watertown, NY
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