BC Highway 99 Peace Arch Border Cams – Crossing to Blaine Washington Interstate 5.
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Highway 99 at 8th Ave Looking to the North. You’re looking to the direction of Vancouver on Hwy 99. If the southbound border line up was long and extended back to the 8th Ave overpass you would see it here.
Highway 99 at 8th Ave Looking to the West. This image shows the southbound onramp leaving White Rock and South Surrey for vehicles heading to Hwy 99 south to the USA.
Highway 99 at 8th Ave Looking to the South. Here you are looking towards Blaine Washington. If the southbound border lineup was really long you would see the southbound lineup here.
Highway 99 Beach Road Looking to the North. You are looking at approaching southbound traffic destined to the USA here.
Highway 99 Beach Road Looking to the South. Here you are looking towards Blaine Washington. The Duty Free Store is in the right. The building on the left is the Canada Customs building.
Peace Arch Border Southbound Traffic Camera Looking to the North. Here you are seeing the southbound traffic heading for Blaine Washington. The far right lane when facing southbound is the Nexus Lane.
In the above image you are looking north towards Canada. The traffic lineup are people heading for Canada.
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The Peace Arch Border Crossing is the common name for the border crossing which connects the cities of Blaine, Washington and Surrey, British Columbia on the Canada–United States border. The crossing is reached by Interstate 5 on the American side and by British Columbia Highway 99 on the Canadian side. It serves the most direct route between the major cities of Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia. Peace Arch Border Cams.