The border crossing on Highway 11 in Abbotsford heading south was looking good on Friday afternoon.

Minimal delays at Sumas border crossing heading into long weekend

Drivers were facing a 20-minute wait on Friday afternoon

Anyone planning to head into the U.S. from Abbotsford for the Labour Day long weekend will be happy to know that, as of 4 p.m. Friday, there isn’t much of a wait at the border.

There is a 20-minute delay heading south with three lanes open at the Sumas border crossing, according to ezbordercrossing.com. The NEXUS lane has a 10-minute wait.

There are no delays for northbound traffic.

Meanwhile, there are no waits to enter the U.S. from Aldergrove.

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